October 3rd, at 6pm Palm Coast City Council to Hold Business Meeting

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October 3rd at 6pm, the City of Palm Coast will hold their business meeting. The following agenda items will be up for discussion.

Minutes

The following minutes of the City Council will be presented for approval:

  1. September 19, 2023, Business Meeting Minutes, and September 20, 2023, Final Budget Hearing Minutes.

Proclamations

The following proclamations will be presented:

  1. City Council will present a proclamation to declare the week of October 2nd as Customer Service Week highlighting the City’s Customer Service Division for their commitment to providing the highest quality of service each day.
  1. City Council will present a proclamation to declare October 3, 2023 as Fire Police Recognition Day for their unwavering dedication to the residents and visitors of the City of Palm Coast.
  2. City Council will present a proclamation to declare the week of October 8th as Fire Prevention Week recognizing the importance of fire prevention with a theme of ‘Prevent Kitchen Fires’ that effectively serves as a reminder that cooking is the leading cause of home fires in the United States.
  3. City Council will present a proclamation to declare October 2023 as White Cane Awareness Month. This proclamation aims to recognize every blind citizen of Palm Coast and ensure their right to carry, demonstrate, and symbolize the ability to achieve a full and independent life, as well as the capacity to work productively in competitive employment.

Presentations

The following presentations will be provided:

  1. The Communications Department will provide a presentation on the conclusion of the Annual Photo Contest 2023, during which six category winners will be honored and recognized.

Ordinances Second Read

The following ordinances will be presented:

  1. The Parks & Recreation Department will present an ordinance for amendments to the Special Event Ordinance.

Resolutions

The following resolutions will be presented together for consent:

  1. The Stormwater & Engineering Department will present a resolution approving a contract with Saboungi Construction, Inc., for construction engineering services and a project contingency for James F. Holland Park Splash Pad repairs. Funds for this project are budgeted in the Fiscal Year 2024 Capital Improvement Budget.
  2. The Stormwater & Engineering Department will present a resolution approving a contract with Saboungi Construction, Inc., a work order with Pegasus Engineering, LLC., for grant compliance and a project contingency for the Long Creek Nature Preserve. These funds come from the FY 2024 Recreation Impact Fund budget.
  3. The Stormwater & Engineering Department will present a resolution approving a work order with DRMP, Inc., for engineering services for real-time flood forecasting and a 3-year term Maintenance and Deployment Agreement. Funds for these services are budgeted in the FY 2024 Stormwater and Engineering budget.
  4. The Stormwater & Engineering Department will present a resolution approving a work order with England-Thims & Miller, Inc., to provide engineering services for water quality monitoring program implementation. Funds for these services are budgeted in the FY 2024 Stormwater and Engineering budget.
  5. The Stormwater & Engineering Department will present a resolution authorizing the City Manager to sign Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Assistance applications as requested by the Sate of Florida Division of Emergency Management.
  6. The Parks & Recreation Department will present a resolution amending the Special Events Fee Schedule. Staff has recognized the need to assess the current fee schedule in order to maintain a sustainable level of cost recovery. This resolution aligns with City Council’s principal priority of fostering a “Strong Resilient Economy.”

 

Consent

The following resolutions will be presented together for consent:

  1. Resolution establishing the Fee Structure for Chargepoint Electric Vehicle Charger and providing the City Manager with the authority to make adjustments as necessary.
  2. Resolution approving Master Service Agreement with multiple firms for landscape maintenance services.
  3. Resolution approving a Master Services Agreement with Joe Dirt, Inc., for drying bed cleaning.
  4. Resolution approving a Master Services Agreement with Joe Dirt, Inc., for liquid lime sludge removal, hauling, and disposal.
  5. Resolution approving a Master Services Agreement with Joe Dirt, Inc., for liquid lime sludge removal, hauling, and disposal.
  6. Resolution approving piggybacking Momar, Inc., with JEA (Jacksonville Electric Authority) Contract for the purchase of bulk gycerin.

Residents who would like to voice their opinions on matters pertaining to the above agenda are encouraged to attend. There will be multiple times for public comment throughout the meeting.

By Krys DeWind

Krys DeWind has been a Flagler County resident since 2016. She is active in her community and is always looking for ways to better it. She has a community first attitude which is one of the central founding ideals of the Flagler County Buzz.

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