1. Two (2) vacancies on the Community Development Advisory Board (represents ‘for-profit provider’ and ‘actively engage in home building’ positions).++
2. Two (2) terms expiring on the Planning and Zoning Board (represents ‘at-large’ positions).++
3. Two (2) terms expiring on the Code Enforcement Board (represents ‘at-large’ positions).++
4. Four (4) vacancies on the Youth Advisory Board (represents students in grades 9 to 12).++
5. Three (3) vacancies on the Youth Advisory Board (represents adults 30 years old or older).++
6. Four (4) vacancies on the Business Improvement District (must be located within the District) representing one (1) ‘institution of higher education (college or university)’; one (1) ‘bank or financial institution; and two (2) ‘representing businesses located within the District (at least one (1) representing a small business with less than 50 employees)’.++
CONSENT AGENDA: There will be no separate discussion on those items listed under Consent Agenda (indicated with asterisks(*)). They will be enacted by the City Council on one motion. If discussion is desired by the City Council, that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda by Council and will be considered in the order that it appears on the agenda.
1. Ordinance No. 2019-07, dissolving the Community Development District known as “Chaparral CDD” (246.40 acres), final reading.
2. Ordinance No. 2019-08, establishing a Community Development District to be known as “Chaparral of Palm Bay CDD” (246.40 acres), final reading.
3. Ordinance No. 2019-09, amending the Code of Ordinances, Chapter 119, Special Events, by revising provisions contained therein, final reading.
♣4. Ordinance No. 2019-10, granting approval of a final development plan for a proposed Planned United Development (PUD) to be known as ‘Brentwood Lakes, Phase 3’ on property located on the southwest corner of Malabar Road and Melbourne-Tillman Drainage Canal No. 9 (31.20 acres)(Case No. FD-4-2019,D.R. Horton, Inc.), first reading.
♣5. Resolution No. 2019-02, granting a conditional use to allow a proposed mining/excavation operation of sixty (60) acres of borrow pits by phases in GU (General Use Holding District) zoning (372 acres)(Case No. CU-1-2019, Babcock, LLC).
6. Resolution No. 2019-03, adopting a substantial amendment to prior year Community Development Block Grant Action Plan activities for special economic development activities.
♣7. Request by David Kita for a variance to allow a proposed detached pole sign to encroach five-feet into the 10-foot side front setback (0.21 acres)(Case No. V-3-2019).
8. Request by Carmel Development for a conditional use to allow for retail automotive gas/fuel sales in CC (Community Commercial District) zoning (1.5 acres)(Case No. CU-2-2019). (RESCHEDULED TO RCM 03/21/19)
Award of Bid: * 1. Deep injection well reservoir pond liner replacement, North Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant – IFB No. 08-0-2019 – Utilities Department (Florida Design Contractors, Inc. - $653,000).
* 1. Resolution No. 2019-04, adopting an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2008/2009 State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) Local Housing Assistance Plan to add a new SHIP Strategy, Homes for Warriors.
* 2. Ordinance No. 2019-11, amending the Code of Ordinances, Chapter 55, Police and Firefighters Retirement Pension Plan, by revising provisions related to direct transfers of eligible rollover distributions.
* 3. Ordinance No. 2019-12, amending the Code of Ordinances, Chapter 52, Boards, by revising provisions related to the composition of certain boards contained therein. (Councilman Bailey)
* 4. Ordinance No. 2019-13, amending the Code of Ordinances, Chapter 61, Suspension and/or Removal of City Boardmember, by revising certain definitions contained therein. (Councilman Bailey)
* 5. Consideration of participation in the Florida Power and Light’s “SolarTogether” program.
* 6. Consideration of travel and training for specified City employees.
7. Consideration of Councilmembers attending the Florida League of Cities’ Legislative Action Days in Tallahassee, March 26-27, 2019.
8. Consideration of the Road Paving Program for Year 1 units, collectors and the use of in-house engineering.
9. Consideration of 90-day negotiation period of Solid Waste and Recyclable Materials Collection and Disposable agreement with Waste Management, Inc.