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October 10, 2023 City Commission Meeting "After Action" Summary

October 10, 2023

City Commission “After Action” Summary


A proclamation was read and presented to Anya Gupta, 8th grader and founder of Pennies For Penguins, for National E-Waste Day. This is a day marked as a reminder to properly dispose of used electronics such as cell phones, radios, and TVs in a manner that will help protect our environment.


The City Commission waived the bid process to unanimously approve the purchase of two Chevy Tahoe vehicles and one 2024 Chevy Silverado pickup truck through the Florida Sheriff’s Association bid award. This motion also approved outfitting two vehicles with emergency equipment from Strobes-R-Us and declared a 1998 GMC Pickup truck as surplus. 


The City Commission unanimously approved the rank order for Continuing Professional Engineering Services, which provides for City Administration to negotiate pricing and a contract with the engineering firm KEITH. 


Two lien reduction settlement agreements with Grant Galuppi, one for 1911 NE 28 Street, and one for 2622 NE 27 Avenue, were approved unanimously by the City Commission.


The City Commission unanimously approved Work Order #11 with Kimley Horn and Associates, Inc. for design services related to the NE 21st Avenue Stormwater Improvement Project.


Also, unanimously approved is Work Order #7 with Kimley Horn and Associates, Inc. to prepare a Bridge Replacement Master Plan.


The City Commission adopted on second reading Ordinance 2023-1014, which amends Chapter 42 – Land Development Code, specifically Section 42-370.1 to add conditional use criteria for healthcare uses other than medical offices. This will allow for dialysis centers to be adjacent to one another in B-3A zones as well as no longer be required to be located within a stand-alone building.


Resolution No. 2023-2553 was approved unanimously by the City Commission which adopts the Broward County revised Multijurisdictional Enhanced Local Mitigation Strategy. The adoption of the ELMS allows the City to apply for funding for emergency mitigation.


Resolution No. 2023-2554, which awards the bid and an agreement for RFP 2023-005, Municipal Windows and Doors Project, to Juliana Enterprises, Inc. This project will replace the windows and doors at the Tennis Center and the Public Works fleet building.

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