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					                              CITY OF BELLEVIEW
                       REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING
                                AGENDA
                    _______________________________________

BELLEVIEW CITY HALL              Mayor TAMMY C. MOORE
COMMISSION CHAMBERS              Seat 1 GARY W. ERNST
                                 Seat 2 KENNETH R. NADEAU
August 17, 2010                  Seat 3 WILMA C. LOAR
6:00 PM                          Seat 4 CHRISTINE K. DOBKOWSKI
            _______________________________________
INVOCATION AND PLEDGE                                       COMMISSIONER ERNST

AGENDA ITEMS


1.     APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
        a) August 3, 2010 Regular Meeting
        b) August 9, 2010 Workshop Meeting with Marion County

2.     PUBLIC REQUESTS:
         a) CdLS Walk for the Cause
         b) Meet and Greet – Michael Hageloh for State Representative

3.     PUBLIC HEARING: Final Reading, Title Only:
         a) Ordinance 2010-13: Charter Amendment: 4 Year Terms Seated 30 Days:
            AN OR DINANCE S UBMITTING A P ROPOSED AM ENDMENT
            OFARTICLE III, SECTION 3.01 THE C ITY C HARTER T O
            EXTEND THE TERM OF OFFICE FOR CITY COMMISSIONERS
            FROM 2 TO 4 YE ARS AND E XTENDING T HE T ERM OF THE
            MAYOR/COMMISSIONER F ROM 3 TO 4 YEARS; AM ENDING
            ARTICLE V, SECTION 5.02 TO DELETE THE PROVISION FOR
            THE T ERM O F OFFICE OF T HE M AYOR/COMMISSIONER T O
            BE A TERM OF THREE YEARS; PROVIDING FOR CONTINUED
            STAGGERED T ERMS OF OF FICE W ITHOUT R EDUCING T HE
            TERM OF OFFICE OF ANY SEAT ON THE CITY COMMISSION;
            PROVIDING FOR T AKING O FFICE W ITHIN 30 DAYS O F T HE
            CANVASS OF VOTES AND ANY RECOUNT; PROVIDING FOR
            NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SUBMIT CHARTER AMENDMENT
            TO E LECTORAL VOTE; P ROVIDING F OR S UBMISSION OF
            SAID AM ENDMENT TO E LECTORAL VOT E AT T HE NE XT
            GENERAL E LECTION; P ROVIDING F OR S EVERABILITY;
            REPEALING A LL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; A ND
            PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing assistance in any of these proceedings should
contact the Deputy City Clerk’s Office listed below at least 48 hours prior to the meeting: 5343 SE Abshier Blvd.,
Belleview, FL 34420 (352-233-2109)
          b) Ordinance 2010-14: Charter Amendment: 18 Years 2 Year Residency

                AN OR DINANCE S UBMITTING A P ROPOSED AM ENDMENT
                OF AR TICLE III, S ECTION 3.02 THE C ITY C HARTER T O
                AMEND THE AGE REQUIREMENT TO HOLD OFFICE AS CITY
                COMMISSIONER       OR    M AYOR/COMMISSIONER T O
                EIGHTEEN ( 18) YE ARS OF AGE ; P ROVIDING F OR A T WO
                YEAR M    INIMUM R      ESIDENCY; P   ROVIDING    FOR
                SEVERABILITY; R EPEALING A LL O RDINANCES IN
                CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.


4.     EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND SUPPLEMENTAL INSURANCE
        a) Short and Long Term Disability Insurances
        b) Dental Insurance

5.     UNSCHEDULED AUDIENCE

6.     DEPARTMENTAL TOPICS:
         A) PUBLIC WORKS – Director Dennis Monroe:
            1) Soccer Lights
            2) Connection and Impact Moratoriums
            3) VFW – Rescheduled to September 7, 2010
         B) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – Coordinator Kevin Towne
            1) Updates
         C) DEVELOPMENT SERVICES – Director Jeff Shrum
            1) Annexation Procedures and Policies
         D) POLICE DEPARTMENT – Chief Lee Strickland
            1) Updates
         E) LEGAL – Attorney Fred Landt
            1) Ballot Language
               a) Ordinance 2010 – 13
               b) Ordinance 2010 – 14
         F) ADMINISTRATION – Clerk/Administrator Sandi McKamey
            1) Pre-Paid Legal Services

7.     COMMISSION COMMENTS:
        A) Commissioner Ernst
        B) Commissioner Nadeau
        C) Commissioner Loar
        D) Commissioner Dobkowski
        E) Mayor Moore




In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing assistance in any of these proceedings should
contact the Deputy City Clerk’s Office listed below at least 48 hours prior to the meeting: 5343 SE Abshier Blvd.,
Belleview, FL 34420 (352-233-2109)
                      CITY OF BELLEVIEW
                 REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING
                           MINUTES
              _______________________________________

BELLEVIEW CITY HALL              Mayor TAMMY C. MOORE
COMMISSION CHAMBERS              Seat 1 GARY W. ERNST
                                 Seat 2 KENNETH R. NADEAU
August 17, 2010                  Seat 3 WILMA C. LOAR
6:00 PM                          Seat 4 CHRISTINE K. DOBKOWSKI
            _______________________________________

PRESENT: MAYOR MOORE; COMMISSIONERS: ERNST, NADEAU, LOAR,
DOBKOWSKI; PWD MONROE; IT COORDINATOR TOWNE; DS DIRECTOR
SHRUM; CHIEF STRICKLAND; ATTORNEY LANDT; CLERK/ADMINISTRATOR
MCKAMEY; DEPUTY CITY CLERK DeGENNARO

1.   APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
      a) August 3, 2010 Regular Meeting
      b) August 9, 2010 Workshop Meeting with Marion County

     Motion made by Commissioner Nadeau to approve the minutes; seconded by
     Commissioner Ernst.

     The motion was unanimously approved by the Commission.

2.   PUBLIC REQUESTS:
      a) CdLS Walk for the Cause

     Motion was made by Commissioner Ernst to approve the request; seconded by
     Commissioner Nadeau.

     The motion was unanimously approved by the Commission.

       b) Meet and Greet – Michael Hageloh for State Representative

     Motion made by Commissioner Nadeau to approve the request; seconded by
     Commissioner Ernst.

     The motion was unanimously approved by the Commission.
3.    PUBLIC HEARING: Final Reading, Title Only:
     a) Ordinance 2010-13: Charter Amendment: 4 Year Terms Seated 30 Days:
        Clerk/Administrator McKamey read the following Ordinance by Title:
            AN ORDINANCE SUBMITTING A PROPOSED AMENDMENT
            OF ARTICLE III, S ECTION 3.01 THE C ITY C HARTER T O
            EXTEND THE TERM OF OFFICE FOR CITY COMMISSIONERS
            FROM 2 TO 4 YE ARS AND E XTENDING T HE T ERM OF THE
            MAYOR/COMMISSIONER F ROM 3 TO 4 YEARS; AM ENDING
            ARTICLE V, SECTION 5.02 TO DELETE THE PROVISION FOR
            THE T ERM O F OFFICE OF T HE M AYOR/COMMISSIONER T O
            BE A TERM OF THREE YEARS; PROVIDING FOR CONTINUED
            STAGGERED T ERMS OF OF FICE W ITHOUT R EDUCING T HE
            TERM OF OFFICE OF ANY SEAT ON THE CITY COMMISSION;
            PROVIDING FOR T AKING OFFICE W ITHIN 30 DAYS O F T HE
            CANVASS OF VOTES AND ANY RECOUNT; PROVIDING FOR
            NOTICE OF INTENTION TO SUBMIT CHARTER AMENDMENT
            TO E LECTORAL VOTE; P ROVIDING F OR S UBMISSION OF
            SAID AM ENDMENT TO E LECTORAL VOT E AT T HE NE XT
            GENERAL E LECTION; P ROVIDING F OR S EVERABILITY;
            REPEALING A LL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT; A ND
            PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

     Commissioner Nadeau stated to change the Mayor’s term to 2 years and the
     Commissioner’s term to 4 years. Commissioner Loar a greed. Pam M oore
     came forward and stated that the citizens would vote on the term issue in the
     November election.

     Motion m ade b y C ommissioner Dobkowski to approve f inal r eading of
     Ordinance 2010-13 with the change that the Mayor’s term would be 2 years
     starting in 2014; seconded by Commissioner Nadeau.

     Motion w as a pproved b y a 3-2 roll c all vot e with C ommissioner E rnst a nd
     Mayor Moore dissenting

        b) Ordinance 2010-14: Charter Amendment: 18 Years 2 Year Residency

     Clerk/Administrator McKamey read the following Ordinance by title. No member
     of the public spoke.

            AN ORDINANCE SUBMITTING A PROPOSED AMENDMENT
            OF ARTICLE III, SECTION 3.02 THE CITY CHARTER TO
            AMEND THE AGE REQUIREMENT TO HOLD OFFICE AS CITY
            COMMISSIONER OR MAYOR/COMMISSIONER TO
            EIGHTEEN (18) YEARS OF AGE; PROVIDING FOR A TWO
            YEAR MINIMUM RESIDENCY; PROVIDING FOR
            SEVERABILITY; REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN
            CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
     Motion m ade b y C ommissioner Nadeau t o a pprove final r eading of
     Ordinance 2010 -13; s econded b y C ommissioner Ernst. M otion was
     unanimous approved by roll call vote.

4.   EMPLOYEE HEALTH AND SUPPLEMENTAL INSURANCE
      a) Short and Long Term Disability Insurances

     Motion m ade by C ommissioner Nadeau to rescind awarding the S tandard
     Insurance Company t he Group S hort a nd Long T erm D isability ins urance;
     seconded by C ommissioner Loar. Motion was unanimous approved b y r oll
     call vote.

     Motion m ade by C ommissioner Nadeau t o a pprove awarding the G roup
     Short a nd Long T erm d isability i nsurance package to Sun L ife Financial;
     seconded by C ommissioner Loar. M otion was u nanimous a pproved b y roll
     call vote.


      b) Dental Insurance

     Motion made by Commissioner Nadeau to award the dental package to Sun
     Life; seconded by Commissioner Loar. Motion was unanimous approved by
     roll call vote.

     Commissioner Nadeau made a Motion if the City did not meet the participation
     requirements of Sun Life to award the dental package to Delta Dental; seconded by
     Commissioner Dobkowski.

     Commissioner Nadeau withdrew his Motion; Commissioner Dobkowski withdrew
     her seconded.

5.   UNSCHEDULED AUDIENCE
     Charles Byrd, Lions Club, came forward and asked to use the COB parking lot for a
     fund raiser on October 16, 2010.

     Motion m ade b y C ommissioner E rnst to a pprove t he r equest; s econded by
     Commissioner Nadeau. The m otion w as una nimously approved by t he
     Commission.

6.   DEPARTMENTAL TOPICS:
       A) PUBLIC WORKS – Director Dennis Monroe:
          1) Soccer Lights

     Motion m ade by Commissioner Nadeau to award t he bi d t o Central Florida
     Electric f or the lig hts on the e xisting soccer fields; s econded by
     Commissioner Ernst. Motion was unanimous approved by roll call vote.
       2) Connection and Impact Moratoriums

Motion made by Commissioner Ernst to extend the water impact and connection fee
moratorium for the Highway 441 Project for 6 months from September 2, 2010;
seconded by Commissioner Nadeau. Motion was unanimous approved by roll call
vote.

Motion made by Commissioner Nadeau to extend for 6 months the water/sewer
impact fee moratorium for inside the city limits; seconded by Commissioner Loar.
Motion was unanimous approved by roll call vote.

        3)VFW – Rescheduled to September 7, 2010

   B) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – Coordinator Kevin Towne
      1) Nothing at this time

   C) DEVELOPMENT SERVICES – Director Jeff Shrum
      1) Annexation Procedures and Policies
         Commission directed the PWD to prepare a Cost Benefit Analysis and to
         bring it back to the Commission

   D) POLICE DEPARTMENT – Chief Lee Strickland
      1) Nothing at this time

   E) LEGAL – Attorney Fred Landt
      1) Ballot Language
         a) Ordinance 2010 – 13

Motion made by Commissioner Nadeau to approve the ballot language as read into
the record by Clerk McKamey for Ordinance 2010-13; seconded by Commissioner
Dobkowski. Motion was approved by a 4-1 roll call vote with Mayor Moore
dissenting

          b) Ordinance 2010 – 14

Motion made by Commissioner Nadeau to approve the ballot language for
Ordinance 2010-14; seconded by Commissioner Ernst. Motion was
unanimous approved by roll call vote.


   F) ADMINISTRATION – Clerk/Administrator Sandi McKamey
      1) Pre-Paid Legal Services

Motion made by Commissioner Nadeau to allow a payroll deduction for pre-
paid legal s ervices; seconded b y Commissioner D obkowski. Motion w as
     unanimous approved by roll call vote.



7.   COMMISSION COMMENTS:
      A) Commissioner Ernst – Nothing at this time

          B) Commissioner Nadeau – discussed safety of the house on 54th Avenue and
             cleaning up the Dun Workin mobile home park;

          C) Commissioner Loar - Nothing at this time

          D) Commissioner Dobkowski - Nothing at this time

          E) Mayor Moore – Stated the Freedom Walk meeting was scheduled for Thursday
             at 5:30 PM




Meeting Adjourn at 7:25.

Attest:


Sandi McKamey, MMC, CPM
City Clerk/Administrator

				
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