SWFMIA local government agenda items for the week of July 11, 2016

Lee County No Meetings

City of Cape Coral No Meetings

City of Fort Myers No Meetings

Town of Fort Myers Beach No Meetings

City of Sanibel No Meetings

City of Bonita Springs Wednesday the 13th @ 9:00am

No issues

Village of Estero Wednesday the 13th @ 9:30am

No issues

Charlotte County Tuesday the 12th @ 9:00am

Gulf Cove Waterway Benefit Unit is seeking one regular member to fill a vacant unexpired term. Term will expire on August 12, 2019.
Manchester Waterway Benefit Unit is seeking one regular member to fill a vacant unexpired term. Term will expire on January 12, 2019
Northwest Port Charlotte Waterway Unit is seeking one regular member to fill a vacant unexpired term. Term will expire on June 12, 2019.

Set Public Hearing – Slow Speed Minimum Wake Zone near entrance of Coral Creek
Set a public hearing for Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 10:00 a.m., or soon thereafter as may be heard, to consider approval of an ordinance amending article II, Chapter 3-1 of the Charlotte County Code; amending the size of the slow speed minimum wake zone for vessels operating near the entrance of Coral Creek and South and East of the roadway known as Anglers Way.
No action needed. New marine markers are budgeted in the Boater Improvement Fund, as approved in the FY16 budget process. Funding is supplied from State boater registration fees

City of Punta Gorda No Meetings

Sarasota County Tuesday & Wednesday the 12th & 13th @ 9:00am

Tuesday

To approve Work Assignment No. 5 to Contract No. 2013-475 with Tampa Bay Marine Inc. for the Snook Haven Improvement Project, in an amount not to exceed $195,036.59

To authorize a public hearing on an ordinance amending Section 54-656 and Section 54-661 of the County Code, relating to the Water and Navigation Control Authority;

Wednesday
No issues

City of North Port Tuesday the 12th @ 10:00am

Resolution No. 2016-R-17 directing the City Manager to temporarily suspend enforcement of the Unified Land Development Code, parking and storage of certain vehicles Section 25-19(F), (H) and (J) as they pertain to boats on licensed trailers parked on driveways or side yards, providing for severability; and providing for an effective date.
http://cityofnorthport.legistar.com/gateway.aspx?M=F&ID=f8fa84bf-bbe5-4f47-b3f1-d741389b575b.doc

City of Sarasota No Meetings

City of Venice Tuesday the12th @ 9:00am

No issues

Town of Longboat Key No Meetings

Manatee County No Meetings

City of Anna Maria No Meetings

City of Bradenton Beach No Meetings

City of Bradenton No Meetings

City of Holmes Beach Tuesday the 12th @ 7:00pm

No issues

City of Palmetto No Meetings

Hillsborough County No Meetings

Plant City Monday the 11th @ 7:30pm

No issues

City of Tampa No Meetings

City of Temple Terrace No Meetings

Pinellas County No Meetings

Town of Belleair No Meetings

City of Belleair Beach No Meetings

City of Belleair Bluffs No Meetings

City of Clearwater No Meetings

City of Gulfport No Meetings

City of Indian Rocks Beach Tuesday the 12th @ 7:00pm

No issues

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

Resolution 7-2016, supporting waterborne transportation throughout the Barrier Islands of Pinellas County.

Consideration of approving contract with Gator Dredging for dredging at the Pinellas County Marine Unit.

City of Largo No Meetings

City of Madeira Beach No Meetings

Town of North Redington Beach Thursday the 14th @ 6:00pm

Cancelled

City of Oldsmar No Meetings

City of Pinellas Park Thursday the 14th @ 7:30pm

No issues

Town of Redington Shores No Meetings

City of Safety Harbor No Meetings

City of Seminole Tuesday the 12th @ 6:00pm

No issues

City South Pasadena No Meetings

City of St. Pete Beach Tuesday the 12th @ 6:00pm

No issues

City of St. Petersburg Thursday the 14th @ 3:00am

No issues

City of Tarpon Springs No Meetings

City of Treasure Island No Meetings

Southwest Florida Water Management District No Meetings

South Florida Water Management District Thursday the 14th @ 9:00am

Resolution No. 2016 – 0712 Support the Governor’s proposed Indian River
Lagoon and Caloosahatchee Cleanup Initiative for new funding of a 50/50 matching grant program with local communities surrounding the water bodies affected by algae blooms to encourage residents to move from septic tanks to sewer systems in order to curb pollution that is currently entering into these water bodies.

WCIND No Meetings