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12-14-18

CITY OF LAKE CITY DEC 17 AGENDA

City Council Regular Session
December 17, 2018
6:00 P.M. at City Hall    

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INVOCATION – Vice-Mayor-Council Member Jake Hill    

ROLL CALL

PROCLAMATIONS

None

3.   MINUTES

Workshop-December 3, 2018
Regular Session-December 3, 2018

4.    APPROVAL OF AGENDA

5.    APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

Permit application from the Northeast Florida Leadership

Council to hold the Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade on Monday,

January 21, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.  All

supporting documents including certificate of insurance have

been provided.  In case of inclement weather, the parade will

be held on Saturday, January 26, 2019.    

6.    PRESENTATIONS

None

7.    PERSONS WISHING TO ADDRESS COUNCIL

8.    OLD BUSINESS

Open Public Hearing

ORDINANCES:  
Ordinance No. 2018-2101 (final reading), if adopted, relates

to the voluntary annexation of the Cecilia S. Davis property

located at 2932 U S Highway 441, Lake City, Florida into the

boundaries of the City of Lake City.

Note:  The document will be available at the meeting.

Ordinance No. 2018-2102 (final reading), if adopted, amends

the future land use classification from Residential, Moderate

Density (less than or equal to 4 dwelling units per acre) to

Commercial of certain lands within the corporate limits of the

City of Lake City, Florida.  This property is owned by Drs.

Ricardo and Maria Bedoya and is located at 120 Burk Avenue

and 134 Burk Avenue.

Ordinance No. 2018-2103 (final reading), if adopted, relates to

the rezoning of less than ten contiguous acres of land from

Residential Single-Family-2 (RSF-2) to Commercial, General

(CG) of certain lands within the corporate limits of the City of

Lake City, Florida.  This property is owned by Drs. Ricardo and

Maria Bedoya and is located at 120 Burk Avenue and 134 Burk

Avenue.

Close Public Hearing

ADOPTION OF ORDINANCES:

Ordinance No. 2018-2101 (final reading)
Ordinance No. 2018-2102 (final reading)
Ordinance No. 2018-2103 (final reading)

9.    NEW BUSINESS

RESOLUTIONS:

City Council Resolution No. 2018-101, if adopted, will authorize

the execution of an agreement with Municipal Code Corporation

for website design and development services for the Fiscal

Years ending September 30 of 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022, as

recommended by the City’s Evaluation Committee, for

not-to-exceed prices of $22,150.00 for year one and $7,900.00

for each of years two through four.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-117, if adopted, will authorize

the adoption of the Valic Retirement Services Company

Retirement Plan for Governmental Employers to implement the

Section 401A Retirement Account created by City Council

Ordinance No. 2009-1180.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-121, if adopted, will accept the

bid of Curt’s Construction, Inc. in the amount of $1,035,394.62

for Wilson Park Improvements and authorizes the City to enter

into a contract with Curt’s Construction, Inc. for the completion

of the project.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-122, if adopted, will authorize

the City to enter into Task Assignment Number Eleven to its

continuing contract with North Florida Professional Services, Inc.

for services related to the design and permitting of the Lake

Shore Hospital Emergency Access Road; and to pay North

Florida Professional  Services, Inc. a not-to-exceed amount

of $160,000.00.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-123, if adopted, will accept

the bid of Green Maintenance and Cleaning, Inc. in the amount

of $20,700.00 for cleaning and painting two airport fuel tanks

at the Lake City Gateway Airport and authorizes the City to

enter into a contract with Green Maintenance and Cleaning, Inc.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-124, if adopted, will authorize

the City to enter into Amendment Number One to the

Memorandum of Understanding between the Florida Department

of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles and Lake City Police

Department which was effective on, or about, February 10,

2016.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-125, if adopted, relates to

enacting as necessary, and maintaining in force in those areas

having flood or flood-related hazards, adequate land use and

floodplain regulations with effective enforcement provisions

necessary to implement performance measures required to

ensure consistency with the National Flood Insurance Program

and the Community Rating System.

City Council Resolution No. 2018-127, if adopted, will

authorize the City to enter into a Lighting Agreement

with Florida Power and Light for the installation and

modification of Florida Power and Light owned street

lighting facilities.

10.    DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION

None

11.    COMMENTS BY COUNCIL MEMBERS          

The next City Council Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday,

January 22, 2019 (Mayor Witt)   

Note:  A Council Photo Session (individual and group) is

scheduled for Tuesday, January 22, at 5:15 p.m.  

12.    ADJOURNMENT