SWFMIA local government agenda items for the week of September 10, 2018

  • Lee County No Meetings

  • City of Cape Coral No Meetings

  • City of Fort Myers No Meetings

  • Town of Fort Myers Beach Monday the 10th @ 5:30pm

    Marine Resources Task Force Report

    Enter into an Interlocal Agreement with Lee County for Red Tide Clean Up for reimbursement via the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

  • City of Sanibel Monday the 10th @ 9:00am

    Approval of a West Coast Inland Navigation District (WCIND) subgrant agreement between the City of Sanibel and Lee County in an amount not to exceed $25,000 for one Marine Patrol Officer and authorize the City Manager to execute same
    Subgrant Agreement

    Approval to purchase two MY V6 200HP Mercury engines and controls to include labor and installation in the amount of $29,277.51 from Page Marine
    Staff Memorandum
    Page Marine Engine Replacement

  • City of Bonita Springs No Meetings

  • Village of Estero No Meetings

  • Charlotte County Tuesday the 11th @ 9:00am

    Vacancies

    Alligator Creek Waterway Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2021

    Buena Vista Area Waterway Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2021.

    Edgewater North Waterway Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2021

    Gulf Cove Waterway Unit is seeking three members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2019 and October 31, 2021

    Harbour Heights Waterway Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2021

    Manchester Waterway Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2021

    Northwest Port Charlotte Waterway Unit is seeking four members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2019, October 31, 2020 and October 31, 2021

    Pirate Harbor Waterway Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2021

    South Gulf Cove Waterway Unit is seeking two members to fill vacant unexpired terms through October 31, 2021

    Appoint by Ballot – Marine Advisory Committee
    Appoint by ballot one volunteer to serve as a member-at-large on the Marine Advisory Committee. This appointment will fill the unexpired term of Sara Buck, who resigned. Term is effective immediately and will expire on 12/31/2019. At their June meeting, the Marine Advisory Committee interviewed one current member and two additional volunteers.
    West Coast Inland Navigation District Agenda for September 13, 2018
    Review of West Coast Inland Navigation District (WCIND) agenda for the final budget and millage rate public hearing on September 13, 2018.

  • City of Punta Gorda No Meetings

  • Sarasota County Tuesday & Wednesday the 11th & 12th @ 9:00am

    Tuesday
    No issues

    Wednesday
    No issues

  • City of North Port No Meetings

  • City of Sarasota No Meetings

  • City of Venice Tuesday the 11th @ 9:00am

    Solution for the Mooring Field (Holic)
    Florida State Statute 327.46 Vessel Safety Boating – Restricted Areas

  • Town of Longboat Key Tuesday the 11th @ 1:00pm

    No issues

  • Manatee County No Meetings

  • City of Anna Maria Thursday the 13th 5:00pm

    Agenda not posted will check back next week

  • City of Bradenton Beach No Meetings

  • City of Bradenton Wednesday the 12th @ 8:30am

    No issues

  • City of Holmes Beach Wednesday the 13th @ 6:00pm

    Agenda not posted will check back next week

  • City of Palmetto Monday the 10th @ 7:00pm

    No issues

  • Hillsborough County No Meetings

  • City of Tampa No Meetings

  • Pinellas County Thursday the 13th @ 2:00pm

    Ordinance relocating Article V-Water and Navigation Regulations, Article II, Division 3-Mangrove Trimming and Preservation, and Article VI-Surface Water Management of Chapter 166-Environmental and Natural Resource Protection of the Pinellas County Land Development Code to Chapter 58-Environment of the Pinellas County Code; and amending Chapter 110-Special Assessments of the Pinellas County Code. (Companion to Items No. 5 and 6)
    https://pinellas.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=3653923&GUID=84C5EB9F-23F7-46E8-BD19-B3D850BFBB66&Options=&Search=
    Dock Fee Report for the month of August 2018.
    https://pinellas.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=3653936&GUID=D5824887-2D98-4697-B471-2BDEC01A5C06&Options=&Search=

  • Town of Belleair No Meetings

  • City of Belleair Beach Wednesday the 5th @ 5:30pm (Last Week)

    Request Authorization to Award Bid # B18-01 (Re-Advertise Belle Isle Avenue Seawall Renovation

  • City of Belleair Bluffs Monday the 19th @ 6:00pm

    No issues

  • City of Clearwater No Meetings

  • City of Gulfport No Meetings

  • City of Indian Rocks Beach Tuesday the 11th @ 7:00pm

    No issues

  • Town of Indian Shores Wednesday the 12th @ 5:00pm

    Agenda not posted will check back next week

  • City of Largo No Meetings

  • City of Madeira Beach No Meetings

  • Town of Redington Beach Wednesday the 5th @ 6:30pm (Last Week)

    No issues

  • Town of North Redington Beach Thursday the 13th @ 6:00pm

    No issues

  • Town of Redington Shores Wednesday the 12th @ 6:00pm

    No issues

  • City of Oldsmar No Meetings

  • City of Safety Harbor No Meetings

  • City of Seminole No Meetings

  • City of South Pasadena Monday the 10th @ 7:00pm

    No issues

  • City of St. Pete Beach Tuesday the 11th @ 6:00pm

    No issues

  • City of St. Petersburg No Meetings

  • City of Tarpon Springs No Meetings

  • City of Treasure Island No Meetings

  • Pasco County No Meetings

  • City of New Port Richey No Meetings

  • City of Port Richey Tuesday the 11th @ 7:30pm

    No issues

  • Hernando County Tuesday the 11th @ 9:00am

    No issues

  • Southwest Florida Water Management District No Meetings

  • South Florida Water Management District Thursday the 13th @ 9:00am

    Amendments to Rule 40E-8.221, Florida Administrative Code to Revise the
    Minimum Flows and Levels (MFL) Criteria for the Caloosahatchee River (Staff contact, Don Medellin, ext. 6340)
    Agenda Item Background:
    In 2010, the Governing Board provided direction and funding to implement 11 new research studies on the Caloosahatchee River to re-evaluate the existing
    Minimum Flows and Levels (MFL) rule. In 2016, the 11 studies were presented for review and technical input at a 2-day Public Science Symposium in Ft. Myers. Since then, additional scientific analyses and modeling were conducted to develop revised MFL criteria. In 2017, a 5-member panel of independent scientific experts reviewed the draft MFL Technical Document, visited the
    Caloosahatchee River and held a public peer review session. The District received a very positive peer review of the MFL technical document and the scientific approaches and methodologies used to revise the MFL criteria. In 2018, two rule development public workshops were held in Ft Myers. In response to public input, District scientists have completed additional scientific analyses and revised the duration criteria of the MFL rule. Based on this compilation of scientific studies, monitoring, modeling, technical evaluations, peer review and public input, staff proposes to amend Rule 40E-8.221, F.A.C., to increase the MFL flow criteria at the S-79 structure from 300 cubic feet per second (cfs) to 400 cfs and to revise the duration and return frequency components of the ML criteria. The Joint Administrative Procedures Committee has reviewed the proposed rule and does not have any comments.
    Recommended Action:
    Adopt amendments to Rule 40E-8.221, Florida Administrative Code to revise the Minimum Flows and Levels (MFL) criteria for the Caloosahatchee River.

    Lock Tender Contract Services for the Operation of Navigational Boat Locks –
    Clewiston, Okeechobee and St. Cloud Areas of Responsibility, Glades, Hendry,
    Martin, Okeechobee, Osceola and Polk Counties (Staff contact, Chris Edelstein, ext. 2952)
    Agenda Item Background:
    The District owns 11 navigational boat locks that allow for public boating access within Lake Okeechobee and along the Kissimmee River Waterway from Lake Tohopekaliga to Lake Okeechobee. Six of the locks are located on the perimeter of Lake Okeechobee and five are located within the Kissimmee River Waterway. This contract provides for annual lock tender services to operate the 11 locks.
    Recommended Action:
    Resolution No. 2018 – 0920 Authorize a 3-year contract with one 2-year renewal option with ECO Preservation Services, LLC, the lowest responsive and responsible bidder, for operational services of District navigational boat locks within Lake Okeechobee and along the Kissimmee River
    Waterway in Glades, Hendry, Martin, Okeechobee, Osceola and Polk counties in an amount not-to-exceed $3,323,487, subject to Governing Board approval of future year budgets. (Contract Number 4600003871)

  • WCIND Thursday the 13th @ 5:00pm

    Final Trim Hearing to adopt the FY 2019 Budget
    Budget FY18-19 Draft .0394
    Budget FY18-19 Draft .0377
    Financial Statements September 30, 2017