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BOARD OF COI`ril:TY COMMISSIONERS 304 NW 2I[D STREET
BOARD OF COI'ril:TYCOMMISSIONERS
304 NW 2I[D STREET
OKEECHOBEECOI'NTY, FLORIDA
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AGENDA
FEBRUARY 28,
9:00
CLIF
DAVID E. HAZELLIEF
.TOHN W. ABNEY, SR.
-
BETTS,
2OO2
a.m.
JR.
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CHAIRMAN
1ST VICE CHAIR
2ND VICE CHAIR
CLOIS J. HARVEY
GENE WOODS
George A. Long
County Administrator
,John D. Cassel-s
County Attorney
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TODAY' S INIRA-SESSTON
11:30
I2zl5
a.m.
p.m.
EVEIITS/MEETTNGS :
Executive
Dedication
- Okeechobee County vs. Branch
Session
of Roger Boromei Memorial
Road
BUSINESS:
1.
Approva] of Minutes:
Recommend that the BOCC cons j-der the
approval of minutes from the regular
session of January 10, 2002
(t.o be provided under separate cover) .
- CDBG Application:
2.
9:00 a.m.
Public
Hearinq
the BOCC conduct
a Public
Hearing
to consider
appfication
for the Smal1 Cities
Community Block
Recommend that. the BOCC discuss
appl j-cation
submittal
.
Recommend that. the Bocc approve
bids for a consultant
to prepare
the
potential
Recommend that
submittal
of an
Grant.
CDBG pro-iect
a Request
for
Proposal
the CDBG applicat.ion.
to
for
accept
3.
9:00 a.m.
Recnrest to Af f irm Decision of CfLB; Wallace
Richard Pohl; Case #20005-51:
R e c o m m e n dt h a t t h e B O C C r e v i e w t h e
officialrecord and determine whether or not the decision(s)
of the
ConsLruction Industry Licensing Board in Case #20006-61 should be
affirmed.
4.
Suspension of CILB Member: Recommend that the BOCC reinstate
Mr. Daniel- Kessler
to the ConsLruction
Industry
Licensing
Board or
dismiss him therefrom
based upon his admlssion(s)
in Case No. 20OIcF-304.
q
Request
for
Assistance
in Removinq Storm Water
Pipe and
Excavatinq
a Temporary Ditch Line at Okeechobee Airport:
Recommend
that
the
BOCC approve
forces
remove
the
use of
County
to
the
pipe,
fill
existing
the void,
excavate
a temporary
ditch,
and
authorize
the County Administrator
to contact
the road department
to complete these t.asks.
6.
Review FDOT P]ans for State Road 44I Southeast:
Recommend
that the BOCC review FDOT plans for State Road L5/100 (Highway 441
S.E. ), determine
what, if
drr!r changes that
the Board desires.
7
AuthorizaLrorr
R e c r t it r e d
llocrtments
. r v v s ! ! v s
to Execute Grant Award Notification
Relatinq
to
the
Coastal_
Impact
s v v \
and Other
Assistance
Proqram (CIAP):
R e c o m m e n dt h a t t h e B O C Ca u t h o r i z e
the Chairman to
execute the necessary forms as they relate to the grant. award from
the Coastal Impact Assistance
Program (CIAP) for i-mprovemenLs at
Okee-Tantie Park pending review by legaI counsel.
8.
Air
Handl-er
Chanqe Outs
at
Jail-:
Recommendation
(s)
pending
of proposals
receipt
Okeechobee
County
Anima1
Contro1
Facilit.y:
Recommend that
the BOCCapprove the ArchitecturalServices Agreement with t.he f irm
of Bacon Group, Inc., providing
for the design of the Okeechobee
Count.y Animal Control Facility
at a cost of #23,7 50.00.
10.
Okeechobee Countv Administrat.ive
Annex fnterior
Desiqn:
Recommend that the BOCC approve the Architectural
Agreement
with
the firm
of Bacon Group,
Inc. , providing
interj-or
design
of
the
Okeechobee
County
Administrative
F ' e r - ' il i f r r
el-
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nf
< " nV
YJ
/
Buil_dinq
Services
for
the
Annex
000.00.
L
11.
Ratification
of Collective
Barqaininq
Aqreement:
Recommend.
t.hat
the
Bocc rat.ify
the
col-lective
bargaining
agreement
with
Association
of Firefiohters,,.
"Local- #2918 International-
L2.
FP & L Street.
Liqht.inq
Aqreement:
Recommend t.hat the BOCC
authorize
the County Administrator
to execut.e standard
agreements
with FP & L, as required,
to facil-itate
street
light
instal-l-ations
authorized
by established
policy
or specific
BOCC action.
13.
Board a Committee Application/Ouestionnaire:
the
Bocc
consider
the
approval
of
the
Application/Questionnaire
as submitt.ed.
Board
Recommend that.
&
Committee
CONSENT AGENDA
14.
Approvalwarrants list
of
Warrants:
Recommend t.hat the
BOCC approve
the
15.
Okeechobee Senior Services
Contract
wi-th Area Aqencv on
Aqinq
(USDA):
for
United
States
Department
of
Aqriculture
Recommend that. the BOCC ratify
the change in unit rate and the fund
increase in USDA contract
#fUO11-5 for the period of October I,
200L through September 30, 2002.
16.
RFP - Heawy Dutv Automot,ive Lift:
Recommendthat the BOCC
approve the RFP for the heavy duty automot.j-ve lift
and authorize
staff
to advertise.
I'7.
Advertisement
for
Re-Roofinq
Facility:
Recommend t.hat the
Bocc
(.fait and HRS re-roofing
specifications
18.
11:30
a.m.
Branch and Terri
Executlve Session.
Proiects
authorize
projects)
- Okeechobee
Executive
Session
Branch:
Recommend t.hat
the
at Jail
& HRS
staff
to
let
for bids.
Countw vs.
Bocc
hold
Huqh
the
12:15 p.m.
D e d i c a t i o n o f R o q e r B o r o m e i Memorial
Road:
Recommend t h a t t h e B O C C a d o p t R e s o l u t i o n
2002-09 designating
NW
2 0 t h T r a i l as Roger Boromei Memorial Road.
l-9.
A n y p e r s o n d e c i d i n g t o a p p e a l a n y d e c i s i o n b y t h e B O C Cw i t h r e s p e c t
to any matter considered at this meeting or hearing wil1 need to
ensure that verbatim record of the procee-dings is *"d" and that the
record includes
t.he testimony
and evj-dence upon which the appeal
will
be based.
County clerk
tapes are for t.he sole purpoie of
backup from official
records of the C1erk.
SUBJECT: APPROVALOF MINUTES- JANUARY10, 2002
REGULAR
SESSION
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RECOiIMENDATION
That the Boardof CountyCommissioners
considerthe approvalof minutesfrom the
regufarsessionof January10, 2002.(To be providedunderseparatecover)
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SUBJECT: APPROVALOF MINUTES- JANUARY10, 2002
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RECOMMENDATION
Thatthe Boardof CountyGommissioners
considerthe approvalof minutesfrom the
regufarsessionof January10,2002.
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CountyAdministrator
MINUTESOF BOARDOF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
REGULARSESSION
JANUARY10,2OO2
TheBoardof CountyCommissioners
of Okeechobee
County,
Floridametin regular
sessionat 9:00a.m.on Thursday,
January10,2oo2in countycommissionchambers,
Courthouse,
Okeechobee,
Florida.
ChairBettspresided
withthefollowing
present:
members
Commissioners
Hazellief.
Woods,Abney and Harvey. Also presentwere: DeputyCountyAdministrator
Robbie
chartier,countyAttorneyJohncasselsand Deputyclerk DebraLewis.
ChairBettscalledthe meetingto order. ReverendKilgoreofferedthe invocation,
afterwhichCountyAttorneyCasselsled the pledgeof Allegiance.
1.
APPROVALOF MINUTES- OCTOBER25,2OO1
ChairBettsrequested
the Boardof CountyCommissioners
to consider
approval
of
the minutesfromthe regularsesslonof October25,2OO1
.
2.
APPROVAL
OF MINUTES.OCTOBER
29,2001
ChairBettsrequested
theBoardof CountyCommissioners
to consider
approval
of
the minutesfromthe specialsessionof October29,2001.
MOTIONWAS MADEBY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTO APPROVEMINUTESFROM
THEFOLLOWING
SESSIONS,
AS PRESENTED:
.
.
REGULARSESSIONOF OCTOBER25,2OO1
SPECIALSESSIONOF OCTOBER29,2OO1
SECONDED
BY COMMISSIONER
ABNEY. MOTIONCARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
AGENDAREVISIONS
ChairBettsrequested
additionsand/ordeletions
to the agendafor this session
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Chartierrecommended
thefollowing:
1.
Requestto postponeribboncuttingceremony
for the newfirestation.
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Chartier
explained
thatthededication
plaguefor the
fire stationhas not yet beendeliveredto the county.
2'
Requestfor ltem#18,Purchase
of InitialE-911System,to be considered
separate
fromthe consentAgendaandto be rescheduled
for 1:30p m
3.
Requestfor ltem#19,Joe Hazellief
- Okeechobee
CountySheriff'sOffice
RecordsManagement
System,to be considered
separatefiom the Consent
Agendaandto be rescheduled
for 1:30p.m.
4.
CountyAttorneyCasselsrequested
to discussengagement
of a consultant
to investigate
andreporton issuesrelating
to thelandapplication
of biosolid
materials
at a particular
sitein FortDrum.
5.
Deputy County Administrator
Chartierextendedan invitationto all
commissioners
to attenda memorialservicefor Pam Chambersto be held
thisdateat the SportsComplex.
Staffrequested
the Boardof CountyCommissioners
consideracceptance
of a
memorial
stoneto be installed
alongthe SportsComplexballfield
fencein remembrance
of PamChambers.
3.
PUBLIC HEARING. REQUESTTO VACATECOUNTYRIGHT-OF-WAY
IN
RENFROEPARK suBDtvtstoN - pETriloN 2001-009-ABD;
wtLLlAM AND
WONNE MCELHENY,
APPLICANTS
PlanningDirectorWilliam
Royceannounced
commencement
ofthepublichearing
to acceptinputfrominterested
partiesandto considera requestto vacatecountyright-ofway in RenfroePark subdivision
as set forth in Petition2001-009-ABD:
Williamand
YvonneMcElheny,
applicants.
Mr.Royceprovideda briefdescription
of theproperty,
furtherdescribing
itsintended
use,shouldthe Boardof CountyCommissioners
grantthe request.He advisedthat,
althougha letterhadbeenreceived
fromthe Churchof Nazarene
expressing
opposition
to vacationof thisparticularright-of-way,
staffwouldrecommend
approvalof the request.
In responseto Chair Betts'inquiry,Mr. Royceprovidedclarification
regarding
permittedusesfor the subjectproperty.
ChairBettsopenedthe hearingto publiccomment.
YvonneMcElhaney,
applicant,
wasrecognized.
Ms.McElhaney
askedthe Board
of CountyCommissioners
to grantthe requestto abandonsaidproperty.
ChairBettsinvitedadditional
comment.Therewas none.
MOTIONWAS MADE BY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTO CLOSE THE PUBLIC
HEARING. SECONDEDBY COMMISSIONER
ABNEY.
UNANIMOUSLY.
2
MOTION CARRIED
MOTIONWASMADEBY COMMISSIONER
ABNEYTOADOPTRESOLUTION
2OO2-01
TO VACATE THAT PORTIONOF THE EIGHTEENTH
STREETRIGHT-OF-WAY
BETWEENAND ADJOININGLOT 1, BLOCK10 AND LOT 6, BLOCK9, RENFROE
PARKSUBDIVISION,
ACGORDING
TO THE PLATTHEREOFRECORDEDIN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 55, PUBLICRECORDSOF OKEECHOBEE
COUNTY,FLORIDA.
SECONDED
BY COMMISSIONER
HARVEY.MOTIONCARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
4.
PUBLICHEARING- REQUESTTO VACATECOUNTYRIGHT-OF-WAY
IN EL
MIRASOLSUBD|V|S|ON- pETtTtON2001_01O_ABD;
OKEECHOBEENON
PROFTT
HOUS|NG,
tNC.,APPLICANT
PlanningDirectorRoyceannounced
commencement
of the publichearingto
acceptinputfrominterested
partiesandto considera requestto vacatecountyright-of-way
in El Mirasolsubdivision
as setforthin Petition2001-010-ABD;
Okeechobee
Non-profit
Housing,
Inc.,applicant.
Mr. Royceprovideda briefdescription
of the subjectproperty,furtherdescribing
its
intendeduse,shouldthe Boardof countycommissioners
grantthe request.
Inresponse
to Commissioner
Hazelliefs
inquiry,
CountyAttorney
Cassels
explained
how an alternative
methodto requirea reservation
of use by Okeechobee
Countyfor
drainage,
maintenance
andaccessmattermightprovesuccessful
in achieving
thesame
goal.
ChairBettsopenedthe hearingto publiccomment
Frank"Sonny"Williamson
wasrecognized.
Mr.Williamson
statedhisagreement
with staff'srecommendation
to vacatethe southerlyfifteenfeet (15')of the SantaClara
Driveright-of-way.
ChairBettsinvitedadditional
publiccomment.Therewas none.
MOTIONWAS MADE BY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTO CLOSE THE PUBLIC
HEARING. SECONDEDBY GOMMISSIONER
HAZELLIEF. MOTIONCARRIED
UNANIMOUSLY.
MOTION
WASMADEBYCOMMISSIONERWOODS
TOADOPTRESOLUTION
2OO2.O2
TO VACATETHE SOUTHERLY
15 FEETOF THESANTACLARADRIVERIGHT-OFWAY LOCATEDWEST OF THE NW 32ND
AVENUE(FIKIACERVANTES
STREET)
RIGHT-OF-WAY,
AND THAT PORTIONOF THE PLMA ALCAZALRIGHT-OF-WAY
INCLUDING
THEUNNAMED
CORNER
LOTANDUNNAMED
3O-FOOTSTREET
RIGHTOF-WAYLOCATEDWESTOF THENW 32ND
AVENUE(FIWACERVANTES
STREET)
RIGHT-OF.WAY
ANDSOUTHERLY
OF THESANTACLARADRIVERIGHT-OF-WAY,
ALL INBLOCK33,EL MIRASOL
SUBDIVISION,
ACCORDING
TOTHEPLATTHEREOF
RECORDEDIN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 1, PUBLICRECORDSOF OKEECHOBEE
COUNTY,
FLORIDA,
SUBJECTTO
RESERVATION
OFITSUSEBYTHECOUNTYFOR
DRAINAGE,MAINTENANCE
AND ACCESS. SECONDEDBY COMMISSIONER
HAZELLIEF.MOTIONCARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
5.
PUBLICHEARING- BUDGETAMENDMENT
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Chartierannounced
commencement
of the public
hearingto consideradoptionof a proposedresolution
to amendthe 2001/2002fiscal
budgetto providefor prioryear encumbrances
carriedfonrvard
into the new fiscalyear
whichwereeithernotinvoicedor receivedby September
30,2001. Ms.Chartierexplained
thatCashBalanceCarriedForward
wouldbe adjusted
to actualforthoseparticular
funds
The impactto the budgetwouldbe a netdecrease
of $68,553dueto the changes
in actualcash balancesand prior year encumbrances.In review,Deputycounty
Administrator
Chartierexplained
thatFireRescueDepartment's
projected
cashbalance
was overestimated
due to an errorof omission,beingthe primaryreasonfor the net
reduction
in thefundsbeingamended.
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Chartier
advised
that,included
intheamendment
was
a requestfromthe Clerkof CircuitCourtfor prioryearoutstanding
encumbrances
in the
amountof $185,779.
staff recommended
the Boardof county commissioners
adoptthe proposed
resolution
reflecting
encumbrances
fromthe priorfiscalyearand adjustingbalancesto
actuals;providingan effectivedate.
Stafffurtherrecommended
the Boardof countycommissioners
approvebudget
amendment
BA 02-0S.
ChairBettsopenedthe hearingto public.Therewasnone.
MOTIONWAS MADE BY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTO CLOSE THE PUBLIC
HEARING. SECONDEDBY COMMISSIONER
HMELLIEF. MOTIONCARRIED
UNANIMOUSLY.
MOTIONWAS MADE BY COMMISSIONER
HMELLIEF TO ADOPTRESOLUTION
2OO2-03
AMENDING
THE2OOlIaOO2FISCAL
BUDGET
TOREFLECT
ENCUMBRANCES
FROMTHE PRIORFISCALYEARAND TO ADJUSTPROJECTED
BALANCESTO
ACTUALS;PROVIDING
AN EFFEGTIVE
DATE.HE FURTHER
MOVEDTo APPROVE
BUDGETAMENDMENT
BAO2-05.
SECONDED
BYCOMMISSIONER
ABNEY.MOTION
CARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
6.
DAVEDELARGY- TRIPLEDIAMONDRANCH
DaveDerargy,TripreDiamondRanch,wasrecognized.
Mr.Derargy
inquired
as to
the methodobservedby Okeechobee
Countyto complete
pavement
rmprovements
on a
particular
roadwayin the Vikingarea. He explained
thathe wassearching
for a solution
to thefastdeteriorating
condition
of EastGrade.
Therewasdiscussion
betweenMr.DelargyandCommissioner
Hazellief
regarding
possibleoptionsfor improving
EastGrade. Mr. Delargyadvisedof his concernfor the
recommended
expenditure
of approximately
$100,000by TripleDiamondRanchfor the
purchaseand deliveryof shellfor the improvement
of EastGrade He requested,
and
received
fromcommissioners,
information
relating
to thedeterioration
of EastGradeand
possibilities
for CoquinaWaterControlDistrict
to acceptmaintenance
of the shellroad.
Duringdiscussion,
Mr. Delargyreiterated
his requestfor county-assistance
to
improvethe condition
of EastGrade.
Jonathon Freeman,prairieHomeowners
Association,
was recognized.Mr.
Freemanconcurred
withMr. Delargy'scommentsand recommended
activation
of the
CoquinaWater ControlDistrictRoad and BridgeDepartment.He advised
that all
concerned
wouldbe lookingfor assurance
that,shouldTripleDiamondRanchpurchase
anddeposittheshellmaterial,
EastGradewouldbeaccepted
formaintenance
byCoquina
WaterControlDistrict.
Commissioner
Harveyadvisedof a roadwayexistingalongher propertythathas
createddilemmassimilarin natureto thatof EastGradeto TripleDiamondRanch.
Commissioner
Hazellief
explained
thattaxdollarsto Coquina
WaterControlDistrict
has increasedtremendously
overthe pastfew yearsand mightnow provideadequate
fundingto enableactivation
of its Roadand BridgeDepartment.
Therewas discussion
betweenMr.Delargyandcommissioners
regarding
thismatter.
Commissioner
Hazellief
explained
howthePrairieHomeowner's
Association
could
serveas the prime group to target and encourageCoquinaWater ControlDistrictto
activateits Roadand BridgeDepartment.
CountyAttorneyCasselssuggested
that TripleDiamondRanchmightconsider
developinga route throughMiccoBluff as an alternative
to the currentdilemma.
Chair Betts encouragedMr. Delargy to work in conjunctionwith the Prairie
Homeowner's
Association
to requestCoquinaWaterControlDistrictto activateits Road
and BridgeDepartment.
Mr. Freemanadvisedthat the PrairieHomeowner's
Association
wouldplan to
communicatewith Coquina Water Control District in an effort to encouragethe
improvement
of travelconditions
andconcretestructures
alongEastGrade.Therewas
discussion.
7.
CYNTHIARUONALA- TREASURE
ISLAND
GynthiaRuonala,2924sE 25thstreet,was recognized.Ms. Ruonalaadvisedof
her opposition
to residents
in Treasurelslandestablishing
structures
and usingcountyownedright-of-ways
for personaluse.
CountyAttorneyCasselsexplainedhow the countyhas historically
handled
situations
suchas thatannounced
by Ms.Ruonala.Heencouraged
the Boardof County
Commissioners
to reviewits policyanddetermine
whetherit mightwishto worktowards
county-wide
resolution
of thisdilemma.
Commissioner
Hazellief
requested
thatcommissioners
consider
allowing
residents
to usesaidright-of-ways
and/oreasements
for personal
usein turnfor theirmowingand
maintaining
the properties.Therewas discussion
as to how situations
throughout
the
countyare handledwhen residents
own the land,but havegrantedeasements
to the
countyfor drainage.
CountyAttorneyCasselsexplained
differences
betweencounty-owned
right-of-ways
anddrainage
easements,
notingthatthecountyhashistorically
nottakenissuewithsmall,
non-permanent
encroachments
on countydrainage
easements
in residential
areas
ChairBettsadvisedthatCodeEnforcement
is currently
addressing
thisissueby
photographing
thevariouscountyeasements
intheresidential
areainquestion
andissuing
reportsregarding
thismatter.
ADDITIONAL
ITEM- TOMMYCLAY
TommyClay was recognized.Mr. Clayrequested
that OCRAbe authorized
to
installa memorialstonealongthe ballfield
fenceat theSportsComplexin remembrance
of PamChambers.
MOTIONWAS MADE BY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTO AUTHORIZEOCRA TO
INSTALLA MEMORIAL
STONEALONGTHESPORTSCOMPLEX
BALLFIELD
FENCE
INREMEMBRANCE
OFPAMCHAMBERS.
SECONDED
BYCOMMISSIONER
ABNEY.
MOTIONCARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
8.
REQUESTTO SCHEDULEPUBLIC HEARINGTO CONSIDERA PETITIONTO
VACATE A COUNTY RIGHT-OF.WAYtN BET-HER AGRES SUBDIVISION.
PETITION2002-001-ABD;GHARLESSVEG,AppL|CANT
Planning Director william Royce announcedcharles svec as one (1) of the
ownersof Block7 in Bet-HerAcressubdivision.Mr. RoycedescribedBlock7 as consisting
only of Lots 1 and 2, totalingapproximately1.9 acresin area. He furtherdescribedthe 60foot unconstructedright-of-wayfor SE 1't Street,lyingnorthof Block 7, as the subjectof
Petition2002-001-ABD;charlessvec, applicant.The applicant,he noted,had requested
the abandonmentin order to allow for betteruse of adjoiningproperty
LetterswerereceivedfromAdelphiaCable,FloridaPower& Light,Okeechobee
UtilityAuthority,
SprintTelephone
andWasteManagement,
all indicating
no objections
by
the utilityproviders
to the requested
abandonment.
To furtherconsiderthe requestto vacatecountyright-of-way,
the Boardof County
Commissioners
mustschedulea publichearrng
Staffrecommended
theBoardof CountyCommissioners
schedule
a publichearing
for Thursday,
February14,2002at g:00a.m.to consider
a requestto vacatea portionof
Bet-HerAcres
subdivision,
as setforthin Petition
2002-001-ABD;
CharlesSvec,applicant.
MOTIONWAS MADE BY COMMISSIONER
ABNEY TO SCHEDULEA PUBLIC
HEARfNGFoR THURSDAY,
FEBRUARY14, 2002AT g:00 A.M. To coNstDER A
REQUESTTO VACATETHATPORTIONOF SE 1STSTREET(FIKA PINEAVENUE)
LYING BETWEEN AND ADJOININGBLOCKS 6 AND 7, BET-HER ACRES
SUBDIVISION,
ACCORDING
TOTHEPLATTHEREOF
RECORDED
IN PLATBOOK2,
PAGE12, PUBLICRECORDS
OF OKEECHOBEE
COUNTY,FLORIDA.SECONDED
BY COMMISSIONER
HARVEY.MOTIONCARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
RECESS
9.
SHIPREHABILITATION
APPLICANT.HELENSIPPERT
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Chartierrecommended
that,in accordance
withthe
bid tabulationresultspreviouslyprovidedto commissioners,
the Board of County
Commissioners
take actionregarding
the StateHousingInitiativePartnership
(SHlp)
projectfor applicantHelensippertof 8562NW 80thAvenue,okeechobee,
Florida
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Chartier
explained
thatMs.Sipperthadappliedwith
the SHIPprogramto receivegrantassistance
to correctseveralcodeviolationsidentified
by an inspection
conducted
by Okeechobee
CountyCodeCompliance
Department.
All
repairsweredescribedas emergentin natureand corrections
of saidviolations
would
ensurecompliance
with the 1994 Plumbingcode, 1997 stand Buildingcode, 1997
Mechanical
codeand 1999Electrical
Code.
Inspectionspecifications
werepublishedin the OkeechobeeNewsand,to date,only
one (1)vendor submitteda proposal An additionalopportunitywas affordedwhen staff
contactedadditionalvendorsby telephone,but no other proposalswere received.
HPS construction,the sole bidder, has proposed to complete the project for
$11,350. Total repairsnecessaryto correctcode violations,to includeinspectionreport
($250)and title search($a0)will total $11,640.
Deputy County AdministratorChartiernoted that, in accordancewith the Local
H o u s i n gA s s i s t a n c eP l a n ,t h e m a x i m u ma w a r df o r S H I Pr e h a b i l i t a t i osnt r a t e g yi s $ , , 1 0 , 0 0 0
per home unlessothenviseapprovedby the Boardof CountyCommissioners
Staff recommendedthe Boardof CountyCommissionersapprovean exceptionto
the Local HousingAssistancePlan for the total rehabilitationof the home belongingto
S H I Pa p p l i c a nH
t e l e nS i p p e r tf o r a n a m o u n tn o t t o e x c e e d$ 1 1 , 6 4 0
Staff also recommendedthe Board of County Commissionersaward the bid for
S H I P a p p l i c a nH
t e l e nS i p p e r t o H P S C o n s t r u c t i oinn a n a m o u n tn o t t o e x c e e d$ 1 , l , 3 S 0
Commissioner
Hazelliefrequested,
and receivedfrom DeputyCountyAdministration
Chartier,clarificationwith regardto statementsissued by HPS Constructionthat it was
currentlyexempt from Worker'sCompensation
MOTIONWAS MADE BY COMMISSIONERHARVEYTO APPROVEAN EXCEPTIONTO
THE LOCAL HOUSINGASSISTANCEPLAN FOR THE TOTAL REHABILITATIONOF
T H E H O M EB E L O N G I N GT O S H I P A P P L I C A N T
H E L E NS I P P E R Tl N A N A M O U N TN O T
TO EXCEED $11,640. SHE FURTHERMOVED TO AWARD BID FOR TOTAL
REHABILITATIONOF THE HOME TO HPS CONSTRUCTIONFOR THE AMOUNT OF
$ 1 1 , 3 5 0 ;S U B J E G T T O T H E S U B M I T T A LO F P R O O F O F I N S U R A N C EA N D A L L
R E Q U I R E DD O C U M E N T S .S E C O N D E DB Y C O M M I S S I O N E R
H A Z E L L I E F .M O T T O N
C A R R I E DU N A N I M O U S L Y .
10.
AWARDTRAFFICSIGNALCONTRACT
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Threewits
announced
thatthecounty'scurrenttraffic
andstreetlightmaintenance
contract
withCurrenElectricCompany,
Inc wouldexpireat
the end of this month(January2002). The currentcontractwouldallowfor one ('l)
additional
one-year
extension
at thesametermsandconditions.
Although
CurrenElectric
Company,
Inc.hadrequested
anextension,
Mr.Currenhadalsoaskedto modifytheterms
andconditions.Staff,unableto grantmodification
of the contract,
issueda Requestfor
(RFP)for thiscontract.
Proposals
Bid openingfor this contractwas December27,2001 and two (2) bids were
received.Commissioners
wereprovideda copyof the bidtabulationresultsreflecting
the
fowbidderas CurrenElectricat a proposed
costof $144,732
annually.
Deputy County AdministratorThreewitsconfirmedthat the county had not
problems
experienced
withCurrenElectric
Company,
Inc.andthatthevendorhadmetall
contractrequirements
andqualifications.
Staffrecommended
the Boardof CountyCommissioners
approve,and authorize
the Chairmanto execute,an agreement
withCurrenElectricCompany,Inc.for Traffic
Signaland StreetLightMaintenance
in the amountol $144,732
annually
withthe costof
streetlightrepairsto be paidin accordance
withthe bid.
Stafffurtherrecommended
the Boardof CountyCommissioners
authorizea budget
transferin the amountof $72,000to providesufficient
fundsfor the TrafficSignaland
StreetLightMaintenance
contract.
Therewas discussionas to whystaffhadsolicitedproposalsfor thisservicerather
thaninquireof the Boardof CountyCommissioners
as to whetherit wouldwishto extend
the contractwith an agreedupon increasedcost. Therewas discussionbetween
commissionersregardingcosts and servicesofferedfor trafficsignaland street light
maintenance.
Stan Gurrenwas recognized.Mr. Currendescribedprojectsto be completedthis
yearin the area of trafficsignaland streetlightmaintenance
for Okeechobee
County
Duringdiscussion
withcommissioners,
Mr.Currenprovided
detailsrelating
totheproposed
agreementpresentedthisdatefor approval.
CountyAttorneyCasselsexplained
thatthe currentvendorbeingpresented
for
approvalthisdatehad basedhis proposalon a workscopeincreased
fromthat of the
previouslyagreedcontract.
l0
DeputyCountyAdministratorChartierexplainedoptionsavailableto the Board of
CountyCommissioners,shouldit no wish to awardthe contractas presented.Therewas
discussion.
M O T I O NW A S M A D E B Y C O M M I S S I O N E R
H A R V E YT O A P P R O V E A
, NDAUTHORIZE
T H E C H A I R M A N T O E X E C U T E , T H E A G R E E M E N TW I T H C U R R E N E L E C T R I C
C O M P A N Y ,I N C .F O R T R A F F I CS I G N A LA N D S T R E E TL I G H TM A I N T E N A N C E
INTHE
AMOUNTOF $144,732ANNUALLYWITH THE COST OF STREETLIGHT REPAIRSTO
B E P A I D I N A C C O R D A N C EW I T H T H E B I D . S E C O N D E D B Y C O M M I S S T O N E R
WOODS. MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY.
MOTION WAS MADE BY COMMISSIONERHAZELLIEF TO REVISE THE
OKEECHOBEE
COUNTY
PROCUREMENT
POLICYTOREQUIRE
THESPECIFICATION
OFALL SEALEDBIDPROPOSALS
TO BE PRESENTED
TOTHEBOARDOFCOUNTY
COMMISSIONERS
FORREVIEWAND
APPROVAL
PRIORTOISSUANCE.
SECONDED
BY COMMISSIONER
ABNEY.MOTIONCARRIED
UNANIMOUSLY.
Therewas discussion
as to at what pointthe Boardof CountyCommissioners
shouldrequirestaffto presentsolicitations
of proposals
for reviewandapproval
MOTIONWAS MADE BY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTO AUTHORIZE
A BUDGET
TRANSFERFROM TRANSPORTATION
TRUST FUND CONTINGENCIES
LINE
ACCOUNTIN AN AMOUNTSUFFICIENT
TO ACCOMMODATE
PAYMENTFOR
TRAFFIC
SIGNALANDSTREET
LIGHTMAINTENANCE
INFY2OO112002.
SECONDED
BY COMMISSIONER
ABNEY.MOTION
CARRIED
UNANIMOUSLY.
11.
CHANGEORDERFORCOMPLETION
OF THEOKEECHOBEE
COUNTYFIRE
RESCUEGARAGEADDITION
CapitallmprovementProjectsManagerDonnieOdenwasrecognized.
Mr Oden
advisedthat CurrenElectricCompany,Inc. achievedsubstantial
completionof the
Okeechobee
FireRescueGarageon December
09,2001 He notedthatthe punchlist
generated
bythearchitect
andengineerwas
completed
andCurrenElectric
Company,
Inc
hadrequested
finalcompletion.
Mr. Odenrecommended
the countynot assessliquidated
damages,extendthe
originalprojectcompletiondateby forty(40)daysand increasethe totalcontractamount
by $3,796.06.
MOTION WAS MADE BY COMMISSIONER
HAZELLIEFTO APPROVE,AND
AUTHORIZETHE CHAIRMANTO EXECUTE,A FINAL CHANGEORDERWITH
CURRENELEGTRICCOMPANY,tNC.TO INCREASETHE CONTRACTTIME FOR
CONSTRUCTION
OF THE FIRERESCUEGARAGEBY FORTY(40)DAYSAND TO
INCREASE
THECONTRACT
AMOUNT
BY$3,796.06.
SECONDED
BYCOMMISSIONER
ABNEY.Therewasbriefdiscussion
between
Mr.Odenandcommissioners
regarding
this
matter.
chair Bettscalledfora voteon themotion.MorloN GARRIEDuNANtMousLy.
MOTIONWASMADEBY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTOAUTHORIZE
THETRANSFER
OF FUNDSNECESSARY
FROMCAPITALPROJECTSFUNDCONTINGENCIES
TO
ACCOMMODATE
THEINCREASED
CONTRACTAMOUNT
FORCONSTRUCTION
OF
THE FIRERESCUEGARAGE.SECONDED
BY COMMISSIONER
ABNEY. MOTION
CARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
ADDITIONAL
ITEM- BIOSOLIDISSUES
CountyAttorneyCasselspresentedfor review,resumesfromtwo (2) engineering
firmsavailable
to serveas consultant
to Okeechobee
Countyon issuesrelating
to biosolid
materials.Mr. Casselspresenteda reviewof the two (2) resumesand associatedcosts
for services.
Mr. Cassels requesteddirectionas to which firm the Board of County
commissioners
wouldwishto negotiate
withfor services.Therewasdiscussion.
In answerto Commissioner
Hazellief's
inquiry,
CountyAttorney
Casselsestimated
thattotalcostsfor the serviceto be notlessthan$10,000
t2
MOTIONWAS MADEBY COMMISSIONER
ABNEYTO AUTHORIZE
THE COUNTY
ATTORNEY
TO NEGOTIATE
BESTPRICEANDSCOPEOF WORKWITHWCG,INC.
FOR THE ANALYSISOF A BIO SOLIDS APPLICATIONSITE, TO THEN BE
PRESENTED
TO THE CHAIRMANFOR REVIEWAND APPROVAL.HE FURTHER
MOVED,UPON SAID APPROVALBY THE CHAIRMAN,TO AUTHORIZETHE
CHAIRMANTO EXECUTETHEAGREEMENTWITHWCG,INC. FORAN AMOUNTNOT
TO EXCEED$15,000.SECONDED
BY COMMISSIONER
HARVEY.
Dr. RaymondJoneswas recognized.
Dr.Jonesinquiredas to parameters
upon
whichthe proposedconsultant
wouldbe operating.Dr. Joneswas provideda copyof
WCG'sresume.
Therewas discussionbetweenCountyAttorneyCasselsand commissioners
regardingthe scopeof workto be completedby the consultant.
chair Bettscalledfor a voteon the motion.MofloN CARRIEDuNANtMousLy.
The followingwere approvedon the consent Agenda,to includeltems#12,
#13,#14,#15 and #16.(ltem#17 was deletedduringthe Revisionsportion of this
session.)
12.
APPROVALOFWARRANTS
Staff recommendedthe Board of Gounty Commissionersapprove the
following warrants: #71761472135for $4,774,045.77;
#261942624for $10,530.47;
#1050#1060for $20,123.24;
#1704171lor $27,473.17;
lor a total of $4,832,172.65.
13.
SURETYBONDSOF COUNTYOFFICERS
DeakinsLawrenceInsuranceCompanywill be processing
suretybondsfor all
countyofficers.Commissioners
wereprovidedcopiesof suretybondsfor Clif Betts,Jr ,
DavidHazellief,
CloisJ. Harvey,JohnW. Abney,Sr.,GeneWoods,O L. Raulerson,
Jr ,
WilliamSherman,CelesteSmith,GwenChandler
andSharonRobertson.
Pursuant
to Section137.05,FloridaStatutes,
the Boardof CountyCommissioners
is required
to examinethesufficiency
of thesebondsat itsregularmeetingin Januaryand
l3
Juneof eachyear. Shouldthe Boardof CountyCommissioners
failto do so, it wouldbe
liabfefor any lossincurredby the countypursuant
to Section137.07
, FloridaStatutes.
Staffrecommended
the Boardof CountyCommissioners
determinethesurety
bondsof countyofficerssufficientfor purposesof Section137.05,FloridaStatutes.
14.
- COASTALCARE
CERTIFICATE
OFPUBLICCONVENIENCE
ANDNECESSITY
TRANSPORTATION
The Board of county commissionersis empoweredpursuantto section
401.25(2)(d)
and(6),to issuea Certificate
of PublicConvenience
(COPCN)
andNecessity
proposing
to ambulance
companies
to operatewithinOkeechobee
County.
The FloridaDepartment
of HealthandRehabilitative
Services,
Officeof Emergency
MedicalServicesRule64E-2.032
requires
an ambulance
serviceto obtaina COPCNfor
eachcountyin whichit intendsto provideservtces.
CoastalCareTransportation
Serviceshas requestedthe renewalof theirCOPCN
for Okeechobee
County,in whichit intendsto provideemergency
transportation
outof the
area.
Staff recommendedthe Board of County Commissionersauthorizethe
executionand issuanceof a Gertificateof Public Gonvenienceand Necessityto
GoastalCareTransportationServicesto provideemergencytransportationout of the
area during FY 200112002.
15.
SHERIFF;
BUDGETREQUISITION
TheSheriffsubmifted
a requisition
fordisbursement
of g1,017,453forthemonthof
February2002(one-twelfth
of the totalamountbudgetedfor the officefor FY 200112002)
andthe CapitalOutlaydue pursuant
to Section30.50(1),
FloridaStatutes.
staff recommended the Board of Gounty Gommissioners authorize
disbursementof$1,017,453
to the Sheriffforthe monthof February2002(one-twelfth
of the totaf amount budgetedfor the officefor FY 200112002)
and the CapitalOutlay
due pursuantto Section30.50(1),
FloridaStatutes.
t4
16.
APPROVESECOND EXTENSIONTO STREETSTRIPINGCONTRACTFLORIDASTRIPING,
INC.
A one-yearcontract
wasawardedto Floridastriping,Inc on september17,19gg
withtwo (2) additionalone-yearextensions.
Boththe countyand FloridaStriping,
Inc.haveagreedto thefinalextension
of the
currentcontractfor streetstripingservices.A copyof thecontractextension
wasprovided
to commissioners
for reviewand approval.
staff recommendedthe Board of Gounty commissionersapprove,and
authorizethe Chairmanto execute,thesecond,andfinal,one-yearcontractrenewal
for streetstripingserviceswith FloridaStriping,Inc.
17,
- NEWFIRESTATIONADDITION
RIBBONCUTTINGCEREMONY
Thisitemwasdeletedduringthe Revisions
portionof thissession.
MOTIONWAS MADEBY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTO APPROVETHE CONSENT
AGENDAAS PRESENTED.SECONDED
BY COMMISSION
HAZELLIEF.MOTION
CARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
COMMISSIONER
HAZELLIEF'S
COMMENTS
CommissionerHazellief
requested,
andreceivedfrom
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Threewits,
a statusupdateregarding
installation
of ballfield
lighting
at theSportsComplex
There was discussionbetweencommissioners
as to whether the county
should/should
notlimitthe numberof fishingpolesa personmayuseon the Lock7 pier.
MOTIONWAS MADE BY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTO DIRECTTHE COUNTY
ATTORNEYTO INCLUDEIN THE LOCK 7 PARK RULES,ALLOWANCEFOR A
LIMITED NUMBER OF FISHING POLES PER LICENSED,OR OTHERWISE
STATUTORILY
EXEMPT,PERSON. SECONDEDBY COMMISSIONER
WOODS.
MOTIONCARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
t5
COMMISSIONER
ABNEY'SCOMMENTS
Commissioner
Abneyadvisedof severalcallshe had receivedfrom constituents
regardinganimalcontrolmatters. He requestedthat the CountyAttorneyreviewthe
county's
currentordinance
forsufficiency
in dealing
withnuisance
barkingandthenumber
of animalsthatmaybe keptat one (1)location.
CommissionerHazellief
requested
thattheBoardof CountyCommissioners
conduct
workshopswith stafffrom the SherifFsOffice,CodeComplianceand AnimalControlto
discussthe handling
of variousanimalcontrolcalls.Therewasdiscussion
as to direction
the Boardof county commissioners
mightofferstaffregardingsuchmatters.
Road and Bridge MaintenanceDirectorTommyRimeswas recognized.Mr.
Rimesinquiredas to whenemployees
in the Roadand Maintenance
Department
would
be awardedsalarymeritincreases.Therewas discussion.
Commissioner
Hazelliefrecommended
that DeputyCountyAdministrator
Chartier
workwith ChairmanBettsto completethe evaluation
of Boardof CountyCommission
employeesfor the awardof salarymeritincreases.
Therewas discussion
as to whenand howevaluations
shouldbe completed
and
whenpaymentwouldbe issued.DeputyCountyAdministrator
Chartierannounced
that
employeescould expectpaymentof merit increasesno laterthan the first paydayin
February
2002.
Commissioner
Hazelliefinitiatedthe discussion
of issuesrelatingto requested
permission
to construct
a one-halfmilesegmentof testroadin okeechobee
county.
LUNCHRECESS
18.
PURCHASE
OF INITIALENHANCED
9.1.1SYSTEM
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Threewitsadvisedthatfor severalyearsOkeechobee
countyhad beenpreparing
for the installation
of an "Enhanced
911,'system.He noted
thatstaffhadbeenworkingwithSprintto identifyandcorrectall addressesthroughout
the
t6
county.Thistaskhe noted,wasto be finalized
by February
2002
In addition,a committee
wasformedfromall agenciesto be involvedin handling
emergencies
g11"system.Duringthe interview
to identifycomplexities
of the"Enhanced
of vendorsfor thisproject,membersof the committee
received
proposals
for everything
fromportionsof the systemto the complete
selup.
Sprintis the localvendorfor telephone
serviceand canaffordthe countyone (1)
vendorfor bothmaintenance
andserviceneeds.Underthecounty's
procurement
policy,
purchases
fromSprintcanbe madeexemptfromthecompetitive
bidprocessThiswould
resultin one(1)provider
handling
allcallsfortelephone
lineservice,
hardware
or software
problems.
AfterviewingE-911systemsin Marion,Hendryand Leecounties,
the committee
determined
the PositronPower911Litesystemto be the bestproductat the lowestcost
Steve Fullerton,Sprint,was recognized.Mr. Fullertonpresentedinformation
phasesI and ll regulations
regarding
and requirements
for wirelesscommunications
DeputyCountyAdministrator
Threewitscontinuedhis reviewof the proposed
purchasefor the E-911system. In responseto chair Betts'inquiry,Deputycounty
Administrator
provided
Threewits
detailsrelating
to costsfor initialset up andcontinuing
maintenance
for the PositronE-911system.
Mr. Fullertonwas againrecognized.Upon requestsfrom commissioners,
Mr
providedinformation
Fullerton
relatingto the proposedhandlingof the E-911systemby
Sprintin Okeechobee
County.Inresponse
to Commissioner
Harvey,
Mr.Fullerton
advised
thatSprintcurrently
servedninety(90)sitesin Floridaas the E-911equipment
handler.
Commissioner
Hazellief
requested,
andreceived
fromOkeechobee
CountySheriff's
OfficeMajorJoeHazellief,
detailsregarding
thecurrentmannerinwhichpersonnel
handle
an emergencycall from a site withinthe City of Okeechobee
that also requiresan
ambulance.
There was furtherdiscussionbetweenMr Fullerton,Major Hazellief and
commissioners
regarding
anticipated
resultsof the PositronE-911system,shouldit be
installed
in Okeechobee
County.Therewasalsodiscussion
of reasonsfor establishing
alternate
backup locations
for operation
of the E-911system.
17
Commissioner
Hazelliefrecommended
that commissioners
conductworkshoo
sessions
withemergency
serviceunitsto bestdetermine
a methodfor ensuring
theclear
identification
of addresses
withinthecounty.In response,
MajorHazellief
explained
how
the E-911mapsystemwouldworkto assistemergency
servicesin answering
calls
DaleFinch,Sprint,was recognizedMr.Finchprovided
an estimated
timelinefor
theinstallation
andstart-up
operation
ofthePositron
E-911 systeminOkeechobee
County,
notingthatthe systemshouldbe up andrunningno laterthanApril2002
MOTIONWASMADEBY COMMISSIONER
WOODSTOAUTHORIZE
THECHAIRMAN
TOEXECUTE
CONTRACTS
WITHSPRINT
INTHEAMOUNT
OF$381,839.39
FORTHE
PURCHASE
OF THECOMPLETE
ENHANCED
911SYSTEMFORINSTALLATTON
AT
THE OKEECHOBEE
COUNTYSHERTFF'S
OFFICEAND CITYOF OKEECHOBEE
POLICEDEPARTMENT
DISPATCH
CENTERS;
FUNDING
To BE DERIVED
FROMTHE
ENHANCED
911 FUND. SECONDED
BY COMMISSIONER
HAZELLIEF.MOTION
CARRIEDUNANIMOUSLY.
MOTIONWASMADEBY COMMISSIONER
HARVEYTOAUTHORTZE
THECHAIRMAN
TO EXECUTECONTRACTS
WITH SPRINTFOR THE AMOUNTOF $39,890.18
ANNUALLY,
FIRSTPAYMENTTO BEGINDURINGFY 2OO3
ANDCONTINUING
FOR
A TOTALOFFOUR(4)YEARS,FORMAINTENANCE
OFTHECOMPLETE
ENHANCED
911 SYSTEMS;FUNDINGTo BE DER|VEDFROMTHE ENHANCED
911 FUND.
SECONDED
BY COMMISSIONER
HAZELLIEF.
MOTIONCARRIED
UNANIMOUSLY.
19.
- OKEECHOBEE
MAJORJOE HAZELLIEF
COUNTYSHERIFF'S
OFFICERECORDSMANAGEMENT
SYSTEM
MajorJoe Hazellief,Okeechobee
CountySheriff's
Office,wasrecognizedMajor
Hazellief
reportedthatthe currentrecordsmanagement
systemat Okeechobee
County
Sheriff's
Officeis notcapableof integration
withthenewE-91'1systemAt thistime,E-911
moniesmay not be appropriated
for the purchaseof jail management
and records
management
system
MajorHazellief
advisedthat,uponhisreviewof the PositronE-911system,it was
notedthatit wouldaccommodate
allfunctions
already
completed
bytheSheriff's
Officeas
l8
wellas enhanceothers.
In response
to commissioners'
questions,
DeputycountyAdministrator
Threewits
advisedregardingthat portionof the systemfor whichthe Cityof
okeechobeewouldbe
responsible.
Mark Muros,okeechobeecountysheriff'soffice,was recognized.
Mr. Muros
provideddetails regardingthe currenttelephonesystemat
the Sheriff'sOffice and
commentedon recommendations
to reviewoperationsof the currentsystem.
MOTIONWAS MADEBY COMMISSIONER
ABNEYTO DIRECTSTAFFTO
SOLIC]T
PROPOSALS
FOR FUNDINGIN THE AMOUNTOF $126,000FOR THE RECORDS
MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM/JA|L
MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE.
HEFURTHER
MOVEDTO
DIRECTTHATPROPOSALS
SHOULDPROVIDEFORA "NO PRE-PAYPENALTY"
AND PAYMENTSCHEDULING
FOR PERIODSOF BOTHTHREE(3}
YEARS.
AND FIVE(5)
SECONDEDBY COMMISSIONERHARVEY. MOTION CARRIED
UNANIMOUSLY.
COMMISSIONER
WOODS'COMMENTS
Commissioner
Woodsencouraged
all commissioners
to reevatuate
theirpurpose
and to work towardsaccomplishing
mattersfor the benefitof OkeechobeeCountytax
payers'Duringdiscussion,
it wasdetermined
thatmattersdecidedby the Boardof county
Commissioners
shouldreturnto theBoardforanychangesdetermined
necessaryChair
Bettsadvisedof his feelingsthat countycommissioners
mustregaincontrolof county
operations.
Therewas additionaldiscussionbetweencommissioners
regardingpracticesthat
couldserveto helpimproverelationships
betweencommissioners
andstaff
CHAIRBETTS'GOMMENTS
ChairBettsadvisedof hisrecentwithstaffregarding
complaints
concerning
OkeeTantiePark.
chair Bettsrecommended
that,withtheacquisition
of propertyat Joe
& wanda,s
Fish camp, boat ramps locatedat c. scott Drivershouldbe
assrgnedas fishing
l9
forongoingfishingtournaments.
andtheprimaryoperationalsite
headquarters
tournament
Therewas discussionregardingthisrecommendation.
ChairBettsalsoannouncedthat Everstarthad offeredto OkeechobeeCounty,at
Therewasdiscussion
price,a fishweighstationfor useduringtournaments.
a discounted
regardingthis offer.
the countydevisea planto providefor repair
Woodsrecommended
Commissioner
of necessaryboatrampsat the C. ScottDriverlocation.Discussionof
and construction
this matterwas scheduledduringthe regularsessionof January24,2002.
that MichaelShiff,architectfor the newjudicial
Hazelliefrequested
Commissioner
facifity,alsobe scheduledto appearat the regularsessionof January24.
the meetingwas adjourned.
Therebeingno furtherbusinessor discussion,
Clif Betts,Jr., Chairman
Boardof CountyCommissioners
County,Florida
Okeechobee
SharonRobertson,Clerk
Boardof CountyCommissioners
County,Florida
Okeechobee
20
Subiect Conduct Public HearingTo ConsiderSubmittal
Of An ApplicationFor The Small GitiesCommunity
Development Block Grant
Item:L
Requestthat the Boardof CountyCommissionersconducta Public Hearingto receivecitizen
commentsregardingthe County'seconomicand communitydevebpmentneds. Said Public
Hearing must be conducledprior to the submittalof an applicationfor the Small Cilies
CommunityDevelopment
Bbck (CDBG)Grant. CDBGgrantfundsrnaybe usedin the areasof
housing,neighborhoodrevitralization,
commercialrevitalization,or economicdevelopmentto
undertakesuch improvementactivitiesas acquisilionof real property,loansto privatefor-profit
purchaseof machineryand equipment,conslructbnof infrastruc{ure,
businesses,
rehabilitation
of houses and/or commercialbuildingsand energy conservation. For each activity that is
proposed,seventypercent(7lo/o)of the funds must benefitlounto moderate-income
persons.
The Florida Departmentof CommunityAffairs awards gnantsyearly on a competitivebasis.
Approximately
$ 30 millionwill be avaihbleforthe FY 2003grantfundingcycle. The Legislation
that govemsthe CDBGprogramstratesthat the fundsare to be distributedas follows:
20o/o
4oo/o
1oo/o
30o/o
Housing
NeighbofioodRevitalization
CommercialRevitalizatbn
EconomicDevelopment
Awards are made based on the low and moderate-income
populationof eligiblecommunities
throughoutthe Stateof Florida. OkeechobeeCountt's low and [email protected]
popuhtionis
11,4U residents,based on the 2000 Censusdata. The total populationfor Okeechobee
Countywas 27,237,which indicates42.160/o
of the populationis consideredto be in the low to
modenate.income
category. The applicationsubmittaltimeframe is April 1-30, 2OA2. The
BOCCwill needto requesta proposalfromconsultants
specializing
in the preparation
of CDBG
applications.
Recommendation:
That the BOCCconducla PublicHearingto considersubmittalof an applicatbnfor the Small
CitiesCommunityBlockGrant.
That the BOCCdiscussthe potentialCDBGprojectfor applicatbnsubmittat.
That the BOCCapprovea Requestfor Proposaltoacceptbidsfor a consultantto preparethe
CDBGapplication.
ftem 2February
28,2002
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PUBLICHEARINGFORMAT
FIRSTPUBLICHEARING
OkeechobeeGounty
February28,2002
t.
PURPOSEOF PUBLIC HEARING
A.
Adviseconcemedcitizensthat Okechobee Countyis consideringapplying
for CommunityDevebpmentBlockGrant(CDBG)fundsin one of the
followingcategories:
1.
2.
3.
4.
B.
gnantsyearlyon a
The FloridaDepartmentof CommunityAffairsarruards
competitivebasis. Approximately$gOmillionwill be availablefor the State
FY 2003 fundingcycle. The Legislationthat govemsthe CDBGprogram
statesthat the fundsare to be disiributedas folbws:
29o/o
4oo/o
10o/o
30o/o
il.
Housing
NeighborhoodRevitalization
CommercialRevitralizatbn
EconomicDevelopment
Housing
NeighborhmdRevilalization
CommercidRevitalizatbn
EconomicDwelopment
C.
Awardsare madebasedon the low and [email protected]
populationof
eligiblecommunitiesthroughoutthe Stateof Florida. OkeechobeeCounty's
populationis 11,4&4residents,basedon 2000
low and [email protected]
Censusdata. The total populationfor OkeechobeeCountywas27,237,
t rhichindicates42.16ohof the populationis consideredto be in the lowto
moderate-income
category.
D.
OkeechobeeCountyis eligibleto makeapplicationfor an estimatedamount
up to $750,000.
PROGRAMAREAS
A.
Housing - The primaryobjec{iveof this categoryis to improvehousing
conditionsor erpand housingopportunitiesfor low and [email protected]
persons.Ac*ivitiesthat couldrchieve theseobjectives,include,but are not
limitedto:
1.
2.
3.
4.
The rehabilitationof housesor publicownedor acquiredproperties;
Demolitionof dilapidatedhousingand relocationof residences;
Weatherizatbnandenergy-efficiencyimprcvements;
Codeenforcement;
5.
6.
Installation
of wellsor septictankswherewateror sewerserviceis
unavailable;and
Mitigationof futurenaturaldisasterhazards.
The primarygoalof the Housingprogramcategoryis to seeka solutionto
subs{andard
housingconditionsin targetedlowand [email protected]
housingareas. The primaryhousinggoal is to providea long-termsolution
by upgnading
housingstockto a conditionthat shalllas{for at least15
years. A secondarygoal is to providea short-termsolutionby upgrading
the unitsto a livablecondition,whichrnakesthe unilssafe,decent,and
sanitary.
B.
Neighborhood Revitalization- The primaryobjectiveof this categoryis to
conserveand revitalizelow and moderate.income
seruicearea
neighborhoods
by addressing
the majorproblemsthatcontributeto the
decline.Activitiesinclude,but are not limitedto:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
c.
Improvementsto deterioratin
g infrastructu
re;
Provisionof basicservicessuchas rarater
and sevverfacilitieswhere
OkeechobeeC;ountycan demonstratesufficientplantcapacityand
operationof suchfacilities;
Constructionor rehabilitationof neighbrhood facilitiesthat provide
communityservlcefor servicearea residentswith the exceptionfor
activitiesto removearchitectunal
baniersto handicappedpersons;
The constructbnor rehabilitation
of facilitiesfor the elderlyand the
handicapped;
Landassemblyor site preparationfor new housingconslruction;
Provisionsof roadsand drainagefacilities;and
Mitigationof fulurenaturaldisasterhazards.
commercial Revitalization- All activitiesmustbe in accordancewith an
adoptedcommunitydevelopment
plan. Allactivitiesmustbe geographicalty
and physicallylocatedwithinthe boundariesof the community
redevelopment
area and be contiguousto or locatedon property,wtrichis
utilizedfor non-residential
use.
Examplesof eligibleaclivitiesmayinclude:
1.
2-
To acquiresubstandard
or blightedareaswhenthe rcquisitionis
necessaryor incidentaltothe prcperclearance,dwebpmentor
redevelopment
of suchcommunityredevelopment
area;
To clearanyarea by demolitionor removalof existingbuildings,
structures,streets,utilities,or otherimprovements
andto insfall,
constructor reconstructstreets,utilities,parks,playgrounds,public
spaces,publicparkingfacilities,sidewalks,lighting,benches,
pedestrianand vehicleoverpassesand underpassesand any other
necessry publicimprovements
essentialtothe preparation
of sites
for use In accordancewith the communityredwelopmentplan.
Installationof sewerand waterutilitiesmustdenpnstratethat
3.
4.
5.
D.
sufficientplantcapacitypresentlyexiststo servesuchwaterand
ser/verfacilities;
To makeavailablelandto be utilizedfor publicparkingor other
publicfacilitiesin accordancewith the communityredevelopment
plan;
Repairand rehabilitation
of privatelyouned buildingfacadesor other
exteriorimprovernents,
dennlitionof privatelyoramedbuildings,
conectionof codevioHions, and the removalof architectunal
baniersto handicappedaccess;
Conectionof architec*ural
barriersto handirppaccessin public
buildingslocatedin the oommunityredevelopment
area.
Economic Development- The primaryobjectiveof this categoryis to
createand/orretainjobs for loarand nroderate-income
percons.Activilies
that couldachievetheseobjedives,include:
1.
Loanto a PrtvateFor-ProfitBusinessfor:
A.
B.
C.
D.
2.
3.
ilt.
Acquisitionof realproperty;
Acquisition,constructionor rehabilitation
of mmmercialand
indus{rialbuildingsand struclures;
Purchaseof capitalmachineryand equipmentwith a useful
life of at leastfive (5) years;and
Energyconservationimprovements
designedto enoourage
the eflpient useof energyresources.
Grantfor publlc,commercialorindustrialrealproperty
improvements,includingrailroadspursor similarextensbns,tied to
a specificproject,and
Grantfor actlvitiesto rernovebaniers,u/[email protected] for the
elderlyor handicappedto publiclyonrnedand privatelyowned
buildings,fmilities,and imprwements.
DISCUSSIONOF POTENTIALPROJEGTFOR OKEECHOBEECOUNTY
Subject:
REQUEST TO AFFIRM DECISION
OF CILB; WALLACE RICI{ARD POHL;
ITEM 3
cAsE #20005-51
the Construction
On September 5, 2000, in a duly convened hearing,
Industry Licensing Board (CILB) found that Mr. Wallace Richard Pohl
(d/b/a Rick Pohl Painting
a
had violated
and Pressure Cleaning)
by
provisions
Code
of
Ordinances
the
okeechobee
County
number of
of
The CILB
license.
working outside
the scope of his contractors
1
e
v
i
e
d
a
issued a letter
of reprimand and
ultimately
$500 fine
(
s
e
e
E
2
,
E
3, E-4).
E-1,
against Mr. Pohl- for these infractions
On or about September 26 , 2000, a I'MoLion To Set Asiderr was
(see E-5).
submitted to the County Attorney on Mr. Pohl's behalf
advised Mr. Pohl that
On October 31, 2000, the County Administrator
his "Motion To Set Aside" would be regarded as a Notice of Appeal
describing,
and requested that he submit an appeal brief
". . .with
particularity,
Board
where you beLieve the ConstrucEion
I'icensing
erred [emphasis added] with regard to this matter. . . " (see n-e) .
Mrs. Pohl submitted
(see E-7) .
a rel-ated
l-etter
on or about November 15, 2000
On February L4, 2002, the BOCCrequested a copy of the
CILB tape and tabled action on this matter to February
Mr. Pohl was so advised by certified
mail (see E-8) .
pertinent
28, 2002.
RECOMMENDATION
That t.he BOCC review
the official
record
and determi-ne
whether
not the decision(s)
of the Construction
Industry
Licensing
Board
Case #20005-61 should be affirmed.
Approved
for
Agenda
or
in
Item 3
2/28/02
Page 1 of 13
Count.y
4e
ministrator
ulanning and D, ,elopmentDepartn tnt
Okeechobee Countv
{W sth Avenue o Okeechobee, Florida 3/;972 o (941) 763-5544 o FAX (941) 763-5276
BEFORE TIIE CONSTRUCTION IFIDUSTRY LICENSING
OF OKEECIIOBEE COUNTY
COI.]NTYOF OKEECHOBEE
vs.
Wallace Richard Pohl
2201 SW 28thStreet # 60
Okeechobeg Florida 34974
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BOARI)
NOTICE OF HEARING
To the above addressee:
You are herebynotified that in accordancewith OkeechobeeCounty Ordinance 93-3, Section2.06,
a hearing wiil be held before the Constrrction lndustry Licensing Board of OkeechobeeCounty to
determinewhetheryouhaveviolatedoneormoreoftheprovisionsofOrdinanceg3-3.
Thehearing
willbeheldonMay2r200O at3:30 p.m. attheOkeechobeeCounty
Commission Chanbers located
in the OkeechobeeCounty Courthouse,304NW 2ndSt, Okeechobee,Florida. You are entitled to
be represented by counsel, present testimony or evidence and to testiff on your own behaif.
Subpoenasfor records and other material and witnessesmay be requestedand will be issuedby this
Board upon proper request.
Signedthis 19th day of April,2000.
Wes Abney, Ch
OkeechobeeCounty Construction
Industry Licensing Board
OKEECHOBEE COTJNTY
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD
Planning and DevelopmentDepartment
499 N.W. 5'h Avenue
Florid a 34972
Okeechobee,
5, 2000
SePtember
RegularMeeting
Minutes
regular sessionTuesday,
The OkeechobeeCounty Construction Industry Licensing Board met in
located zt3Q4NW 2"d
September5, 2000 at 3:30 pm in the okeechobeecounty BOCC Chambers
wes Abney, vice-chairman
Street,Avenue, okeechobee, Florida. Memberspresentwere chairman
Mathews was absent' Also
Ray Worley, Scott Chapman, Elbert Batton *i Totty Stark. Travis
Building Inspector Bruce
presentweie County Code ComplianceDirector Arnold Verwey, County
-C*uroq
Wilson'
County Attorney John basselsand Secretaryto the Board Bonnie
Chairman Abney called the meeting to order.
Mr. Stark secondedthe
Mr. Worley moved to approve the August 1, 2000 meeting minutes.
motioned. The motion passedunanimously'
New Business
Certificates of Competency
Mr. Baffon moved
Mr. Mggins was presentto representhimself. After a review of the application'
and for
to approve sponsorship to take Block Exams for lrrigation/Sprinkler Contractor
Businessand Law. Mr. Stark secondedthe motion. The motion passedunanirnously'
Other New Business
Asenda Item # 3
None
O&ccctobcc Coury Cduaio
Rlgutr M€ding Minrtcr
Sctrcarbcr 5,2mO
lndr*y
tftcnsing Bdd
€-z
Old Business
before the Licensing Board with a
Mr. Casselsopened by stating that Mr. Pohl has been brought
OkeechobeeCounty Code' specifically
requestfor sanctio* ib, violating severaiprovisions of the
zz-7l'oftheCodeof Ordinancesof
Sections22-82(a)and(c),5,6,8(b),9 and'(13) and Section
OkeechobeeCountY.
sworn in' Mr' Cannon testified that on
OkeechobeeCounty Building Inspector Bruce Cannon was
unpermitted roofing work being
March 10, 2000, the Department received a complaint about
Enforcement Officer Beth Albert
perfiormedat 19O1S.E.3^3'dStreet. He statedthat ire and Code
the job' Mr' Cannon statedthat he
went to the site and observedRichard Potrl and Robert Potrl on
statedthat Robert Pohl indicatedthat
askedif there was a permit for the work beingperformed. He
contacted the Buiiding Department to find
a permit was obtained. Mr. Cannon stated ttrat he then
that a permit had not beenissued'
out if a permit was iszued, and was infonned by the Department
Pohl that they were not licensed to do
Mr. Cannon stated that he then told Richard and Robert
Cannon stated that the homeowner later
roofing worh and that he issued a stop work order. Mr.
the roof and that he was not able
obtaineda permit forthe roofing work. He statedthat he inspected
applicable codes'
to upp.or," the inspection becausethe roof did not meet
be placed in lv{r' Potrl's file and that
Mr. Casselsstated that staffis requestinga letter of reprimand
tv1r.Poht be fined $500.00for the violation'
pohl, was sworn in- she testified that Richard was there only to help
Sharonpohl, wife of Richard
got the roofing job' and that ail the
Robert with the roofing work She statedthat it was Robert who
potrl. she further testifieJ that Richard never received any
checks were made payable to Robert
Richard never had any knowledge
money for helping Robert with the roofing work. she stated that
tnat dobert did not have a roofitg license to perform the work'
Cannon recommended a suspension
Mr. Casselsasked Mr. cannon for his recoflrmendation. Mr.
in Richard Pohl's contractor file' hdr'
ofRichard pohl's licenseand a letter oireprimand to be placed
a letter of reprimand and a
C-asselsstated that in the petition for sanctions, staf had requested
be consideredby the Board'
$500.00 fine, and that this was the maximum p"ttaty that could
that Richard and Robert PohI were
Mr. Radanoe the properfy owner, was sworn in. He testified
stated a contract was never
recommend to him by a friend to do the roofing work- Mr- Radanof
did stress to Robert Pohl not to
sigre4 but that a verbal agreement was made. Itdr. Radanof
testified that some time after
.ommence work until he is back in okeechobee. Mr. Radanof further
Pohi stating that the yor\was
the verbal agreement was made he received a phone cail from Robert
his permission. Mr' Radanof also
halfdone. He further stated consequentlythe work beganwithout
received water damagefromthe
statedthat damagewas doneto the roof andthe inside ofthe house
rains.
Okcc6obc Coucy Co<ruakn
R.SulrrMcditg Miolcr
s<fl#5,20ot1
'ddA
L,ictaring Bod
E-Z.l
were made out to' Mr' Radanof indicated one
Board membersasked Mr. Radanof who the checks
pohl and anotherwas made to for cash as per Robert Pohl's requestcheck was written to Robert
in the staff petition' scott chapman
Mr. worley moved to sanction Mr. Pohl as requested
a time limit for payment of the
secondedthe motion. There was discussionabout including
60 days, if not Mr' Pohl's license
fine- Mr. Worley moved that the fine must be paid within
motion passedunanimously'
wiII be suspended. Mr. Stark secondedthe motion' The
potrl that Mr. Pohl has the right to appeal the decision of the Board,
Mr. Casselsinformed Sharon
of the Board's decision' and that the
that the appeal must be filed within 30 days of the rendgring
Mr' Cassels'
appeal*o"ta be to the circuit court. Mrs. Poiri acknowledged
There being no further business,the meetingwas adjourned'
,// -.7 - /c
Date of Approval
/rt - <- ot
lva
BonnieWilsoruSecietaryto the Board
OlcccdobccCcrty Cdudio
R.guLr M€diog }finrna
Scptroba 5,20{n
bdrlry
UcrEiEg Bdrd
Date
IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
LICENSING BOARD IN AND FOR
OKEECHOBEECOUNTY,FLOzuDA
CASENO.: 20006-01
IN RE:
OKEECHOBEECOUNTY,
Petitioner,
vs.
WALLACE zuCHARD POHL,
a/k/aRICK POHL,
Respondent.
county requestlng
THIS CAUSE having come on to be heard upon the Petition of okeechobee
POHL a/k/a RICK POHL' holding
imposition of a fine and reprimand against WALLACE zuCHARD
all interestedpersonsappearingand
License#400 and the Board having heardtestimony from witnessesand
the staffrecommendation and
wishing to be heard, having received evidencesubmitted, having reviewed
being otherwise fully advised in the premises,the Board makes the following
FINDINGS OF FACT
his license in that he'
That the Respondentwas knowingly working outside the scope of
removing of roof materials'
togetherwith his brother, undertook to completea roofing job which involved
replacementof roof decking and fascia boardsas well as re-shingling the roof'
i.
2.
in violation
That the Respondentassistedanotherin the unauthorized practice of contracting
of the OkeechobeeCountY Code.
3.
County Code
That the work completed was substandardand in violation of the Okeechobee
which incorporates standard building codesof an emergency
That the Respondent'sparticipation in the re-roofing project was not the case
practice of contracting
assistanceto his brother but constituteda continuing involvement in the unauthorized
4.
without the appropriate license or permit[7(m-3tE75wPDl
€-3
5.
That the Respondentis in violation of gg22-S2(cX5),u-82(c)(6),22-82(c)(8)b'22-82(c)(9)'
22-52(c)(13),and 22-7l,Code of ordinancesof okeechobeecounty.
It is therefore, ORI)ERED and ADJUDGED:
L
the Respondent
That a letter of reprimand be issued and placed as a permanent part of
Contractor'sFile r#400in the OkeechobeeCounty Building Department'
That a fine in the amount of $500.00is hereby levied pursuantto $22-51(6)c.,Code of
2.
daysfrom the date of this order
ordinances of okeechobee County, Florida. The Respondentshall have 60
within which to pay the fine imposed herein.
DONEAND ORDEREDirlisfaav
2000'
of October,
OkeechobeeCor.rntyConstmction
Industry Licensing Board
[?qxLltt75.wPDl
Bosrd of Cownty Commissioners
OkeechobeeCounty
Planning and D eveInpment D epartment
g4972. (863) 763-5548' FAX (863) 763-5276
499 NW 5,hAvenue . Okeechobee,Florida
LETTER OF REPRIMAND
October3, 2000
Wallace Richard Pohi
a/k/a Rick Pohl
701 SW 96 Street
Okeechobee,Florida 34974
RE:
OkeechobeeCounty Construction Industry Licensing Board
This letter is to servenotice of the board's action taken on September5, 2000. The decisionwas
basedon working outside the scope of your contractors license. You were found to be in violation
ofthe following -o,ttrty Codes:Section22-SZ(a) and (c), 5 6, 8(b), 9 and, (13) and Section22-71
of the Code of Ordinancesof OkeechobeeCounty.
This letter will remain a permanentpart of your personal contractor file # 400 in the Okeechobee
County
IndustryLicensingBoard
COURT
IN THECOUNTY
COUNTY,FLORIDA
IN AND FOROKEECHOBEE
Case No:
<eechobee County Building and Zoning Compliance Board
Plaintifr,
-vs-
^,aqA
t
4,,U
Y'/
ichard Pohl
Defendani.
MOTION TO SET ASIDE
Defendant, Richard Pohl, respectfuily move to set aside motion to a letter of reprtmand and a
(Five Hundred Dollar)fine by the Buildingand Zoning Compliance Committee.
;OO.OO
1.
Defendantwas not working out of the scope of his licenses,(which is a Painter), he
as hired as a laborer and was to be paid by the hour by the owner in which he was never paid, and
:s fiied a Mechanic's Lien in the amount of $2,000.00 against the property. (See Exhibii A)
2.
Defendant did not represent himself as a roofer in any way.
3,
Defendant ciid not pull the buiiding permit, as the Building Permii was pulled by the
'rner, and stated on the permit that the Owner is responsiblefor overseeing all work, paying all
=ges, paying all taxes and workers compensation.
4Defendant was not paid for any work done in this case. All checks were payable to
:bert Pohl, for contract labor, and does have a pending lawsuit by the homeowner, in which the
=fendant is not named.
5.
Defendant had no knowledoe that the iob had been stopped or "RED TAGGED" by the
lilding Department.
6.
Defendant preys to the courts to dismiss this reprimand and fine as it was not his job, nor
J he represent it to be.
CERTIFICATEOF SERVICE
THEREBY CERTIFY that a true and correct copy of the foregoing motion has ben fumished by
on
S. Maif
- . }to
/ Plaintiffs Attomey, John Cassels, 4Ol NW 2nd Street, Okeechobee, Florida 34972
is d (a
day of September 2QQQ.
Richard Pohl
701 SW gth Strcet
Okeechobee,Florida US74
(863)763-E796
Richard Pohl
E-s
goard of CowntYCommissioners
Okeechobee Countv
i04 N.W.2nciSnee:.Room106
OKEEC}IOBEE.FLOzuDA 349i2
(863)763-544i
F.\X;i863) i63-9529
CCober31, 2000
Mr. RichardPohl
701 SW 9th Stre'-t
Okeechobee,FLU974
Re:
Notice of APPeal
Dear Mr. Pohl:
"Motion To Set Asicie''
This letter shalt confirm that I am in receipt of your recently-submiiteC
Procedurally,Okeechobe--Countywiil regardthis documentas a Noticeof Apoeal'
please submit an appeal brief which fully sets forth the facts of your cas€ and descnbes' wiih
matte.:"
particularity,where you belie,rethe ConstructionLicensing Board erreciwith regard to this
twenty
within
to the County Attomey,
'Vour
The appeai nri.i must be submitted to my office, ryrtlra copy
aPPeal
the
submit
faiiure to iimelv
(20)calendardays of the date of youl.,*ipt ot inis letter.
further'
matter
this
right
appeal
to
of
waiver
a
brief will be coniidered
:rour
(20) calenda-rdays
Follo,rlingreceiptof your appeaibrief,the CountyAilomeywiil be afforded twenty
Following
to submit an an*r& oriei'to my office; a copi will also be provided to you + th"t time'
available
next
the
receipt of the County Attomey's ansrt/erbriei tfre matter wiil b€ scfreduled on
County
of
Board
agenda for final disposition before the Board of Courfi Commissioners-The
subjeci
the
Commissionerswiil decide, at that time, whetheror not to hear oral arguments regarding
matter.
lf you have any questions or requirefurther information,please let me knowSincerely,
\.-\_\S-=_
George A Long
County Administrator
/att:
Motion To Set Asicie
County Attomey
lavid E- Hazeilief
)iskict I
Gene Woods
Disrict 2
Clif Betts, JrDistrict 3
JohnW. Abney, Sr.
Discict4
Clois J- HanreY
District5
George A Long
County Administraror
Sharan M. ana Kick 7 chi
7O13W gth Streev
Okeechobee,
Fia.34974
'16,2000
November
Boardof CounryCcmmissioners
Okeechobee
Ccuntv
304NW 2nd StreetRcomi 06
Okeechobee,
Fia. 34972
863-763-0796
O
<
\)
R,E.Noticefor RickPchi to AopealCharqes
D e a rM r . L o n g :
As per your letterciateCOctober31, 2000,I am now fliinga formalNcticeto Appear
beforethe CkeechobeeCcunty Boaroof CountyCcmmissionersconcerningthe
eonstructionLicensingBoard,ccncemingthe matterof the roof job my brotherRoben
,-'llenPohl did in Taylor Creek lsles. Robertis in the processof a coun trial for non
worker'scompensation.As of today'sdate,I scheduledto work steedilyout of the
stateuntii the middleof Februaryand wiil not be able to attendany meetings. lf my
wiie may attend in my place then pleasepiacethis on the agenda. lf not then please
scheduleit for the rneetinoin March.
I respectfullymove to dismissthe letterof reprimandancjan $500.00fine imposedby
the ConstruciionLicensingBoardchargingme with workingout of the "scope"of my
licenses.
i) I was not workingout of the scopeof my licenses(a painter),as I was hiredas a
labore:'andto be paid by the hour,which I was neverpaid and was forceCto put a
mechanic'slien on the subjectproperty.
2) I did not representmyself in any manneras to beinga "Roofei' especiallya
,icensedRoofer."
3) I did not pull the BuiidingPermit,norwere any check made payableto me.
Con't)
job 6SinE"RedTagged"'my brothermay
7 | personallyhad no knowledgedBt6 tfie
ave had knowledgeof this actionbutagainI did not.
iincerely,
et^- ,
ltncL\a^ ,Q*lrl-
^
2r&
Le^,
u
P"ttt
iick Pohl
)C: faxedAttomeyJohn Cassels763-1031
E'7. I
Board of CountyCommissioners
OheechobeeCounty
Room106
304N.W,2ndStreet,
A 34972
FLORID
OKEECHOBEE,
(863)7$-e4l
FAX (863)763-9s29
February
15,2001
Mr.WallaceRichardPohl
701 SW 9th Street
FL 34974
Okeechobee,
Re:
MAIL
BY CERTIFIED
P238324293
Noticeof AppealConsideration;
Construction
IndustryLicensingBoardCase#20006-61
DearMr. Pohl:
Thislettershallserveas noticethatyourappealfromactiontakenin the above-referenced
at 9:00a.m.on February
casewill be consideredby the Boardof CountyCommissioners
28,2002.
Sincerely,
GeorgeA. Long
CountyAdministrator
E-8
DrvldE,Hrzolllof
DlmlctI
GonoWoodr
Dhtrict2
Cllf Bonr,Jr.
Dlrrict 3
JobnW. Abnoy,Sr.
Dirtrict4
Clois J. Harvey
District 5
GeorgeA. Long
County Administrator
Subject
SUSPENSION
OF CILBMEMBER
rrEM+
On July12,2001,the BOCCsuspendedMr. DanielKesslerfromhis dutiesas a member
of charges
Industry
Licensing
Board(CILB)pendingfinaladjudication
of theConstruction
presented
presented
oral
anyfalse,fraudulent,
or misleading
that he 1)
or causedto be
with Section440.38,F.S.
or writtenstatementto any personas evidenceof compliance
(Countll). Arrest
(Countl) and, 2) failedto securepaymentof workerscompensation
affidavitsand relateddocumentsare attached.
to a reducedcharge(Attempted
On December11,2001,Mr.Kesslerplednolocontendere
FalseStatement
andwas orderedto paya $1,000
of InsuranceCoverageby Employer)
fine and $305.00in othercosts.Adjudication
was withheldpendingsatisfaction
of all
The Clerkof Courtcaserecordis attached.
conditions
of the pleaarrangement.
On the dateof his mostrecentcourtaction,Mr. Kesslerrequested
that he be reinstated
to the CILB.
TheBOCCmayreinstate
Mr.Kesslerto the CILBwithor withoutsanctions,
i.e.,formalor
informal
reprimand,
or maydismissMr. Kesslerbasedon his admission(s)
in this matter.
RECOMIT'IENDATION:
Thatthe BOCCreinstateMr.DanielKesslerto the ConstructionIndustryLicensingBoard
or dismisshimtherefrombaseduponhis admission(s)
in CaseNo.2001-CF-304.
Approvedfor Agenda
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CourftyAdministrator
KM
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SUBJECT: REQUESTFOR ASSISTAI\CEIN REMOVING STORM
WATER PIPE AND EXCAVATING A TEMPORARY
DITCH LINE AT OKEECHOBEEAIRPORT
ITEM 5
At the presenttime there is a 30 inch comrgatedmetal drainage
BACKGROUND:
pipe running through airport property leasedby Mr. JamesConfalone. This pipe is used
to drain the approach end to runway 13 and the adjacent taxiway. Three sections of the
pipe have either been damaged or failed, for whatever reason, and have caused those
sectionsto cave in creating a potentially dangeroussituation. Additionally, the pipe runs
directly under the center of the location of the proposedhangar/maintenancefacility to be
constructed in the very near future (a copy of the site plan is attached for your
information and use). The ODA is requestingthat the BOCC approve the use of County
forces to remove this pipe, fill in the void and excavate a temporary ditch to drain the
water runoff until funding can be obtained to purchaseand install new pipe. Applications
for these funds are being made to the Department of Transportation and the Federal
Aviation Administration.
It is recommended that the Board of County
RECOMMENDATION:
the
use
of County forces to remove the existing pipe, fill the
Commissioners approve
void, excavatea temporary ditch, and authoize the County Administrator to contact the
road departmentto complete thesetasks.
APPROVEDFOR AGENDA
ITEM: 5
02/28/02
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SUBJECT:
REVIEWF.D.O.T. PLANS FOR STATE ROAD 441 SOUTHEAST
ITEM #
F.D.O-T. hasjust senttbe County a set ofplans asking for our comrrents regarding the reconstruction
project for StateRoad 151700(Highway 441 S.E.). This project will begin on the eastsideofTaylor
Creek draw bridge and terminates at the county line.
The project involves milling, resurfacing, traffic signal upgrades, installation of a turn lane and
drainage improvements. The set ofplans they sent ne 40 pages in lengttr- Due to the size, copies
ofthe plans were not included with this agendaitem. The plans are availablefor your review, if you
prefer to have a copy, they can be made.
Staffhas reviewed the plans and submits the following suggestionsfor the boards consideration
I . Intersectionimprovements at both C I 5,A'and C I 58 for right and left hand turn lanes. They have
alreadyincluded a left hand turn lane on Cl5B.
2. Intersection inrprovement at S.E. 38'Avenue (Ludy Lane) for right and left hand turn lanes.
3. Add a left hand turn lane leading to Nubbin's Slough.
4. Add caution light at Cl5B, note: we will incur an increasein our traffic light maintenancecost.
5. Improve the center area striping betweenAncient Oaks and Awesome R.V. and Storage.
6. Other items as the board identifies.
RECOMMENDATTON(S):
Tbat the board review F.D.O.T. plans for StateRoad 151700(tlighway 441 S.E.), determinewhat,
ifaoy, changesthat the board desires.
Approved for Agenda
Item# G>
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Countf Administrator
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SUBJECT:
AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE GRANT AWARD
NOTIFICATION AND OTHER REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
RELATING TO TIIE COASTAL IMPACT ASSISTANCE
PROGRAM (CrAP)
ITEM # ,I
During the May 24,200I board meeting, staffwas given authorizationto apply for a grant under
the "Coast Impact Assistance Program" (CIAP). We have recently received notification that our
grant was approved and funds are available in the amount of $34,455. The grant was to remove
exotics from Lake Okeechobeeshoreline at Okee Tantie Recreational Park.
We now need to execute the Federal "award notificationl' letters, "Certifications Regarding
Debarment, Suspensionand other Responsibility Matters; Drug-Free Workplace Requirements
'Vendor Profile Form" and
and Lobbying", "Assurances - Non-Construction Programs",
"Financial Status Report".
When all of the required paperwork is completed, we can request for reimbursement from the
Federal Government account, via electronic transfer, which they will establish in our name.
with completion of this project. When our grant was
At this tirre, staffcan proceed imdiately
submitted, it was estirnatedthis project would take 4-6 weeks to complete.
After completion, the view of Lake Okeechobeefrom Okee Tantie, should be somethingelse.
RECOMMENDATION:
That the board authorize the Chairman to execute the necessaryforms as they relate to the grant
award from the "Coastal Impact Assistance Program" (CIAP) for improvements at Okee Tantie
Park pending review by legal counsel.
Approved for Agenda
Item# \
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CIF CC'MMEFICE
trIEFAFITMENT
IJNITEtrI STATES
Adrninietnation
Clceanic and Atrnospheric
National
OFFICE OF FINANCE AND ADMINISTtrATION
act AssistanceProgram
Award Notification
RECIPIENT:
OkeechobeeCounty
I ruonn Award No' NA17O72126
I AccountingGode:
499 Nw SthAve
Okeechobee
, FL 34972
$34,455
I Award Amount :
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:12t0112O01
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StateCIAPDated:August1,2001
C F D A: 1 1 . 4 1 9
AccessGode:99016
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This is a CoastallmpactAssistanceaward.lt representsan obligationof the Federal
pursuantto 43 U.S.C.1356a.
Govemmentto providefinancialassistance
The Secretaryof Commercehas reviewedand approvedthe State'sCoastallmpact
AssistancePlan (CIAP),whichis incorporatedby referenceintothis award.Amounts
receivedby ProducingCoastalStatesand coastalpoliticalsubdivisionsmay be used
ontyfor the purposesspecifiedin the ProducingCoastalState'sCoastallmpact
AssistancePlan.
Paymentunderthis awardwill be sent by electronicfundstransferafterreceiptof the
attachedVendorProfileformwhichcan also be accessedat the followingwebsite
htm.The VendorProfile Formmust be
rdc.noaa.oov/-acod/eftform.
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completedand retumedto the NOAAFinanceDivisionbeforeany transferof fundscan
be made.This form can be faxedto that office at3O1427-3242or 3Q1427-2O35.
ln addition,we requirethe followingencloseddocumentsto be completedand retumed,
awarddocument.Please
if you have not alreadydoneso with this countersigned
Assurances,and the
comptetethe SF424B- Assurancesor the SF424D Construction
and OtherResponsibility
Suspension
RegardingDebarment,
CD511,Certifications
and Lobbying.Thesedocumentsas well
Matters;Drug FreeWorkplaceRequirement
as two copiesof the Awad Document(Grantsand FinanceCopy)mustbe retumedto
the NOAAGrantsManagementDivisionwithin30 days.
By signingthis awardnotificationletter,you agreeto complywith the followingprovisions
whichare incorporatedby reference:Departmentof CommerceFinancialAssistance
OMBCircularA-87,
NOAASpecialAwardConditions;
StandardTermsand Conditions;
Part 24, Uniform
15
CFR
Govemment;
and
Indian
Tribal
Principles
for
State,
Local,
Cost
for Grantsand CooperativeAgreementsto State,and
AdministrativeRequirements
LocalGovemments,and OMBCircularA-133,Auditsof States,LocalGovemment,
and non-ProfitOrganizations.
Of(l
Printcd on RecYclcdPaPcr
GRANTSCOPYRETURN
An annualprogressreportand FinancialStatusReport(SF-269)will be due 90 days
afterthe anniversarydate of your award,for the life of the awardperiod(see attachments).
of the paymentsunderthis award.
Failureto submitany reportmay resultin the suspension
with 15
Pleasebe advisedthat you mustkeepthis awarddocumenton file in accordance
at anytimethat your applicationincludes
determines
CFR Part 24.42.lfthe Government
a falsestatement,the Govemmenthasthe rightto pursueany remediesallowedby lawto
recoverthe disbursedFederalFunds.The makingof falsestatementsmay be subject
under18 U.S.C.1001and
fineand/orimprisonment,
including
to criminalpenalties,
42 U.S.C.3220.
lf you haveany questions,pleasecontactthe NOAAProgrammanagerfor the technical
issues.
for administrative
Specialist
issuesor the NOAAGrantsManagement
JoshuaLott
301-713-3155e{{ 17'
[email protected]
NOAAProgramManager:
Specialist:
NOAAGrantsManagement
Brown
Alan Conway/Christine
301-713-0922
1325East-WestHighway,9th Floor
SilverSpring,MD 20910
To the bestof my knowledgeandbelief,alldatain the CIAPare trueand conect.The documenthas
beendulyauthorizedby the govemmentbodyof the applicantand the applicantwillcomplywiththe
attachedassurancesif the assistanceis awarded.
26 2A0l
Recipient
Date
RimasT. Liogys
NOAAGrantsOfficer
Enclosed
NOAASpecialAwardConditions
DoCStandardTermsand Conditions
VendorProfileForm
Assurances
cD511
SF269
GRANTSCOPYRETURN
This form is printable. When completed,pleasefax this form to 3Ol-427-3242or 301-427-2025.
VENDOR PROFILE FORM
The purpose of this form is to provide mandatory award and payment information for NOAA. This
information is required as set forth in FAR 52-232-33,Mandatory Information for Electronic Funds transfer Payment, the Debt
Collection ImprovementAct of 1996,and the TaxpayerRelief Act of 1997. NOAA will use the information only for the
purposesstatedin the refeiences'citedabove and will resfiict accessto the data to authorizedpersonnelwho will use it only for
the specified purposes. Until this information is received, our payment office will not make any Payments. You, the vendor, are
required to inform us of any banking changesthat occur to ensureprompt payment of your invoices. Your paymentsmay be
delayedif the rnformation you provide is not accurate.
Pleaseselectone:
Change(completebold areas,along w/ changes)
New Vendor
Name:Legal Name
(8 characterslong or less)
Acronvm or shortenedname
What tlpe of Vendor are you (selectone):
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State/Local Government
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mailing addressand point of contact?
What is your Individual/Business/Organization's
Name
Addressline I
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City
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State
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InternetE-mail address
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State
City
zip
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Phone
Fax
Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN)*
N (individuaVsoleproprietorshi
EIN (Corporation/partnership/sole
Name and TIN Number
Division or Subunit Name and TIN Number
L___
DUNS # (commercial vendor only)
+ The taxpayerIdentification number is requiredby law. If you fail to provide us with this information,
your paymentsmay be subjectto income tax withholding.
Number&
Identifrcation
for Taxpayer
Type of Entity/Account applicableto the TIN (SeeFormW-9Request
Certification,Specific InstructionsSection).Select One:
, Club, Religious,
table, Educational,or other
exerrpt org. (State/Local
, School, etc.
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Do you require payment in foreign currency? Yes_
No
Currency type?
Pleaseindicatethe type of productsyou provide to NOAA.
ServicesOnly
Goods Only_
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The Debt Collection ImprovementAct of 1996 mandates the use of Electronic Funds Transfer(EFT) for
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all Federalpaymentsto recipientswho becomeeligible to receivesuch payments90 days after enactment,
which is Juiy 26,1996. Fediral agenciesmust grant waivers for this mandateto recipientswho certify in
writing that they do not have an accountwith a financial institution. Pleaseselectone of the following
paymentmethods:
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EFT (Automated Clearing House Payments(ACH))
_
Check (must submit wavier in writing to the FinanceOffice, along with this form)
If EFT was checked,pleaseprovide the following financial information for EFT payments.
(The ACH Coordinator at your financial institution can supply you with this information)
Financial Institution Name
Address
zip
State
City
Phone
ACH Coordinator Name
Nine Digit Routing/Transit Number (ABA#
Type of Account: (select one):
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CERTIF|CAT|oNSREGARD|NGDEBARMENT,SUSPENS|oNAI{D
WORKPLACEREQUIREMENTS
MATTERS;DRUG.FREE
OTHERRESPONSIBILITY
AND LOBBYING
to attest.App.licants
Applicantsshouldreferto the regulationscited below to determinethe certificationto which theyarerequired
this form
Signature-on
this
formcompleting
before
the
regulations
in
included
certification
for
;it"t"d;i;;;i"*-G-i"rtr"ctiois
and
Suspension
Debarment
"Governmentwide
Paft26,
15
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under
fb;.ompliance-wirh certfficationrequirements
;;;;i;.;
for Drug-FreeWorkplace"and 1,5.9Fl,,P* 28' "New Restrictionson
una "Cor.*-"ntwiA" Requirements
[Nonpro.*"-"ni;"
of fact upon which reliancewiil be placedwhen the
representation
as
a
material
treated
be
ioUUii.!.;; The certificationsshall
Deoaitmint of Commercedeterminesto award the coveredtraniaction,grant or cooperativeagreement.
AND OTHER
1. DEBARMENT,SUSPENSION
MATTERS
RESPONSIBILlTY
As requestedby ExecutiveOrder 12549, Debarmentand
at 15 CFR Part 26, for
Suspension,and implemented
prospectirreparticipantsin primarycoveredtransactions,as
definedat 15 CFR Part26, Sections26.105and 26.110-
workplaceand specifyingthe actionsthat will be taken
againstemployeesfor violationof suchprohibition;
(b) Establishing
an ongoingdrug-freeawarenessprogram
to informemployeesabout(1)The dangersof drugabusein theworkplace;
(1) The prospectiveprimaryparticipantcertifiesto the best
of its knowledgeand belief,thatit and its principals:
(2) The grantee's policy of maintaininga drug-free
workolace:
(a) Are not presentlydebaned,suspended,proposedfor
excludedfrom
or voluntarily
debarment,declaredineligible,
by any Federaldepartmentor agenc)4
coleredtransactions
and em(3) Any availabledrug counseling,rehabilitation,
ployeeassistancePrograms;and
(b) Have not within a three-yearperiod precedingthis
proposal been convictedof or had a cMl judgment
rendered
againstthemfor commissionof fraudor a criminal
offensein connectionwith obtaining,attemptingto obtain,or
performinga public(Federal,Stateor local)transactionor
violationof Federalor
contractunder a publictransaction;
State antitruststatutesor commissionof embezzlement,
or destructionof records,
theft forgery,bribery,falsification
or receivingstolenproperty
makingfalsestatements,
(c) Are not presentlyindictedfor or othenvisecriminallyor
civillychargedby a governmentalentity(Federal,Stateor
local) with commissionof anyof the offensesenumerated
and
in paragraph(1) (b) of this certification;
(d) Have not within a three-yearperiod precedingthis application/proposal
had one or more public transactions
(Federal,State,or local)terminatedfor cause or defauft.
(2) Where the prospectiveprimaryparticipantb unableto
certify to any of the statementsin this certification,such
prospectiveparticipantshallattach an explanationto this
proposal.
WORKPLACEREQUIREMENTS
2. DRUG.FREE
Altemate l. GranteesOther Than Individuals
As requiredby the Drug-FreeWorkplaceAct of 1988,and
implemented
at 15 CFR Part26, SubpartF, for grantees,as
definedat',|5CFR Parl26,Sections26.605and 26.610A. The granteecertifiesthat il willor willcontinueto provide
a drug-freeworkplaceb;r
(a) Publishinga statementnotifyingemployeesthat the unor
lawfulmanufacture,
distributbn,dispensing,possession,
use of a controlledsubstanceis prohibitedin the grantee's
(4)The penaltiesthat may be imposedupon employeesfor
drug abuseviolationsoccuningin the workplace;
(c) Makingit a requirementthat each employeeto be engaged in the performanceof the grantbe givena copy of
the statementrequiredby paragraph(a);
(d) Notifyingthe employeein the statementrequiredby
paragraph(a) that as a conditionof employmentunderthe
grant,the employeewill-(1) Abideby the termsof the statement;and
(2) Notifythe employerin writingof hisor her convictionfor
a violation of a criminal drug statute occuning in the
workplace no later than five calendar days after such
conviction;
(e) Notifyingthe agencyin writing,withinten calendardays
after receivingnotice under subparagraph(d)(2)from an
employee or otheruvisereceMng actual notice of such
conviction. Employers of convicted employees must
provUenotice,includingpositiontitle,to the Director,Office
of FederalAssbtance, Offrce of Federal Assistanceand
HCHBRoom6054,U.S.Department
ManagementSupport,
of Commerce,Washington,DC 20230. Noticeshallinclude
the identificationnumbers(s)of each affectedgrant
(Q Takingone of the followingactions,within30 calendar
dayrsof receMngnoticeundersubparagraph(d) (2)' with
respeclto any employeewho is so convicted(1) Taking appropriatepersonnelactionagainstsuch an
with
consistent
employee,up to and includingtermination,
Act of 1973' as
the requirementsof the Rehebilitation
or
amended:
(2) Requfingsuch employeeto Participatesatisfactorilyin a
progrEtmapproved
drug abuse assistanceor rehabil'rtation
for such purposesby a Federal,State,or localhealth,law
or otherappropriateagency
enforcement.
(g) Making a good faith effort to continue to maintain a
drug-freeworkplace through implementationof paragraphs
(a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and (f).
B. The grantee shall hsert in the space provided below the
site(s)for the performance of work done in connection with
the specific grant:
Place of Performance: (Street address, city, county, state'
ZIP code):
CheckE if thereare workplaceson filethatare not identifiedhere.
Alternatell. GranteesWho Are Individuals
As requiredby the Drug-FreeWorkplaceAct of 1988,and
implementedat 15 CFR 26, SubpartF, for grantees,as
26.605and 26.610definedat 15 CFR Part26, Sections
(A)The granteecertifiesthat, as a condilionof the grant,he
distribuor shewillnotengagein the unlawfulmanufacture,
tion, dispensing, possession,or use of a controlled
substancein conductingany activitywithinthe grant;
(B) lf convictedof a criminaldrug offenseresultingfroma
vblationoccuningduringthe conductof any grantactivity,
he or she will reportthe conviction,in writing,within 10
calendardays of the conviction,to the Director,Officeof
Federal Assistance,Office of FederalAssistanceand
Support,HCHBRoom6054,U.S.Department
Management
of Commerce,Washington,DC 20230. When noticeis
made to such a central point, it shall include the
identification
number(s)of eachaffectedgrant.
3. LOBBYING
by Section1352,Title31 of the U.S.Code,and
As required
implemented
at 15 CFRPart2&, for personsenteringinto a
grant cooperatirre
agreementor contractolrer$100,000,or
ban or ban guaranteeo\ier$150,000,as definedat 15 CFR
Pan28,Seclbns28.105and 28.110,the applicantcertifies
that to the best of his or her knowledgeand belief,that:
(1) No Federalappropriatedfunds havebeen pad or will be
pairi,by or on behalfof the unders(;ned,to any personfor
hfluenclrgorattemptingto influencean ofiiceror employee
of an agency, a Member of Congress,an officeror
employeeof Congress,or an employeeof a Memberof
Congressin connectionwith the awardingof any Federal
contract,the makingof any Federalgrant.the makingof
any Federal loan, the entering into of any cooperative
agreement, and the extension, continuation,renewal,
amendment,or modificationof any Federalcontract,grant
loan,or cooperativeagreement.
fundshave
(2\ ll anyfundsotherthan Federalappropriated
been paid or will be paid to any personfor influencingor
attemptingto influencean officer or employeeof any
agency,a Memberof Congress,an officeror employeeof
Congress,or an employeeof a member of Congressin
connection wilh this Federal contract, grant, loan, or
the undersignedshallcompleteand
agreement,
cooperatire
'DisclosureForm to Report
submit StandardForm-LLL,
Lobbying,"in accordancewith its instructions.
(3) The undersignedshallrequirethat the languageof this
certificationbe includedin the award documentsfor all
subawardsat all tiers (includingsubcontracts,subgrants,
and contractsunder grants,loans and cooperativeagreeshallcertiff and disclose
ments) and that all subrecipients
accordingly.
of fact upon
This certificationis a materialrepresentation
whichreliancewas placedwhen thistransactionwas made
or entered into. Submission of this certificationis a
prerequisitefor making or enteringinto this transaction
imposedby section1352,title31, U.S. Code-Any person
who failsto filethe requiredcertificationshall be subiectto a
civilpenattyof not less than $10,000and not more than
$100,000for eachsuchfailure.
Statementfor Loan Guaranteesand Loan lnsurance
states,to the bestof his or her knowledge
Theundersigned
and belief,that:
lf anyfundshavebeen paidor will be paid to any personfor
influencing
or attemptingto influencean officeror employee
of any agency,a Memberof Congress,an officeror employee of Congress,or an employee of a Member of
Congressin connectionwith this commitmentprovidingfor
the United States to insure or guarantee a loan' lhe
undersignedshall completeand submit StandardForm
.LLL,"Disclosure
Form to ReportLobbying,'inaccordance
with ils inslructions.
for makingor
of this statementis a prerequisite
Submission
enteringintothistransactionimposedby section1352,title
31, U.S. Code. Any persn who fails to file the required
statementshallbe subjectto a civilpenaftyof not lessthan
$10,000and not morethan $100,000for eachsuchfailure-
As the duly authorized representativeof the applicant, I hereby certify that the applicant will comply with
the above applicable certification(s).
NUMBER AND/OR PROJECT
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269-104
NSN 754{}{)1-012-42E5
PEsibed
200{96 P.O. 139 ([email protected])
by OMB [email protected] A-lO2 and A-110
OMB Approval No. 0348_00a0
PROGRAMS
ASSURANCES. NON.CONSTRUCTION
public reportingburden for this collectionof informationis estimatedto average 15 minutes per response,includingtime for reviewing
instructions,searchingexistingdata sources,gatheringand maintainingthe data needed,and completingand reviewingthe collectionof
information.Send comments regardingthe burdenestimateor any other aspect of this collectionof information,includingsuggestionsfor
reducingthis burden,to the Officeof Managementand Budget,PapenvorkReductionProject(0348-0040),Washington,DC 20503.
AND BUDGET.
PLEASEDO NOT RETURNYOURCOMPLETEDFORMTO THE OFFICEOF MANAGEMENT
GG E N C Y .
B Y T H ES P O N S O R I NA
S E N DI T T O T H EA D D R E S SP R O V I D E D
NOTE: Certain of these assurancesmay not be applicableto your project or program. lf you have questions,please contact the
awardingagency.Further,certainFederalawardingagenciesmay requireapplicantsto certifyto additionalassurances.lf such
is the case,you will be notified.
As the duly authorizedrepresentativeof the applicant,I certifythat the applicant:
1.
Has the legal authority to apply for Federal assistance
and the institutional,managerialand financialcapability
(includingfunds sufficientto pay the non-Federalshare
of proiectcost) to ensure proper planning,management
and completion of the project described in this
application.
2.
Will give the awarding agency,the ComptrollerGeneral
of the United States and, if appropriate, the State,
through any authorized representative,access to and
the right to examine all records, books, papers, or
documents related to the award; and will establish a
proper accountingsystem in accordancewith generally
acceptedaccountingstandardsor agencydirectives.
3.
Will establish safeguards to prohibit employees from
using their positions for a purpose that constitutesor
presentsthe appearanceof personal or organizational
conflictof interest,or personalgain.
4.
Will initiateand completethe work within the applicable
time frame after receipt of approval of the awarding
agency.
5.
PersonnelAct of
Will complywith the Intergovernmental
1970 (42 U.S.C. 5547284763) relating to prescribed
standardsfor merit systems for programsfunded under
one of the 19 statutes or ?egulations specified in
AppendixA of OPM's Standardsfor a Merit System of
PersonnelAdministration(5 C.F.R.900, SubpartF).
6.
Will comply with all Federal statutes relating to
nondiscrimination.These includebut are not limited to:
(a) TiUeVl of the Civil RightsAct of 1964 (P.L. 88-352)
which prohibitsdiscriminationon the basis of race, color
or naUonal origin; (b) Title lX of the Education
Amendmentso11972,as amended(20 U.S.C.SS1681on
1683,and 1685-1686),
which prohibitsdiscrimination
the basis of sex; (c) Section504 of the Rehabilitation
Act of 1973, as amended (29 U.S.C. $794), which
prohibitsdiscriminationon th'ebasis of handicaps;(d)
Act of 1975, as amended(42
the Age Discrimination
U.S.C. 556101-6107),which prohibitsdiscrimination
on the basis of age; (e) the Drug Abuse Office and
Treatment Act of 1972 (P.L. 92'255), as amended,
relating to nondiscriminationon the basis of drug
abuse; (f) the GomprehensiveAlcohol Abuse and
Alcoholism Prevention,Treatment and Rehabilitation
Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-616),as amended,relatingto
nondiscriminationon the basis of alcohol abuse or
alcoholism; (g) SS523 and 527 of the Public Health
ServiceAct of 1912 (42 U.S.C.SS290dd-3 and 290 ee'
of alcohol
3), as amended,relatingto confidentiality
and drug abuse patientrecords;(h) Title Vlll of the
CivilRightsAct of 1968(42 U.S.C.553601et seq.),as
in the sale,
amended, relating to nondiscrimination
rental or financing of housing; (i) any other
nondiscriminationprovisionsin the specificstatute(s)
underwhich applicationfor Federalassistanceis being
made; and, (l) the requirements of any other
nondiscriminationstatute(s)which may apply to the
application.
7 . Will comply, or has already complied, with the
requirements of Titles ll and lll of the Uniform
RelocationAssistanceand Real PropertyAcquisition
PoliciesAct of 1970 (P.L. 91646) which providefor
fair and equitable treatment of persons displacedor
whose property is acquiredas a result of Federalor
programs.These requirementsapply
federally-assisted
to all interests in real property acquired for proiect
purposes regardless of Federal participation in
purcnases.
Will comply, as applicable, with provisions of the
Hatch Act (5 U.S.C. 551501-1508 and 7324-7328)
which limit the politicalactivitiesof employeeswhose
principalemploymentactivitiesare fundedin whole or
in part with Federalfunds.
Previous Edition Usable
Authorized for Local Reproduction
Standard Form4248 (Rev' 7-97)
Prescribed bY OMB Circular A'102
q
Will comply,as applicable,with the provisionsof the DavisBacon Act (40 U.S.C.SS276ato 276a-7),the CopelandAct
(40 U.S.C.$276cand 18 U.S.C. $874),and the Contract
Work Hours and Safety StandardsAct (40 U.S.C. SS327333), regarding labor standards for federally-assisted
constructionsubagreements.
Will comply. if applicable,with flood insurance purchase
requirements of Section 102(a) of the Flood Disaster
Protection Act of 1973 (P.L.93-234) which requires
recipientsin a specialflood hazardarea to participatein the
programand to purchaseflood insuranceif the total cost of
and acquisitionis $10,000or more.
insurableconstruction
1 1 . Will comply with environmentalstandardswhich may be
prescribed pursuant to the following: (a) institution of
environmentalqualitycontrol measuresunder the National
EnvironmentalPoliry Act of 1969 (P.L- 91-190) and
ExecutiveOrder (EO) 11514; (b) notificationof violating
facilitiespursuantto EO 11738; (c) protectionof wetlands
pursuantto EO 1t990: (d) evaluationof flood hazardsin
floodplainsin accordancewithEO 11988;(e) assuranceof
project consistencywith the approved State management
program developedunder the Coastal Zone Management
Act of 1972 (16 U.S.C.551451 et seq.); (Q conformityof
Federalactions to State (Clean Air) lmplementationPlans
under Section 176(c) of the Clean Air Act of 1955, as
amended (42 U.S.C. SS7401et seq.); (g) protectionof
underground sources of drinking water under the Safe
DrinkingWater Act ol 1974, as amended (P.L. 93-523):
and, (h) protectionof endangeredspecies under the
'1
EndangeredSpeciesAct of 973, as amended(P.L. 93205t.
1 2 . Will comply with the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of
1968 (16 U.S.C.SS1271et seq.) relatedto protecting
components or potential components of the national
wild and scenicrivers system.
l?
of
1 4 . Will complywith P.L.93-348regardingthe protection
human subjectsinvolvedin research,development,and
relatedactivitiessupportedby this award of assistance.
't4
APPLICANTORGANIZATION
Will comply with the LaboratoryAnimal Welfare Act of
1966 (P.L. 89-544, as amended,7 U.S.C. $$2131 et
seq.) pertainingto the care, handling,and trealmentof
warm blooded animals held for research,teaching,or
other activitiessupportedby this award of assistance-
1 6 . Will comply with the Lead-Based Paint Poisoning
Prevention Act (42 U.S.C. SS4801 et seq.) which
orohibitsthe use of lead-basedpaint in constructionor
rehabilitationof residencestructures.
1 7 . Will cause to be performedthe required financial and
complianceaudits in accordancewith the Single Audit
Act Amendmentsof 1996and OMB CircularNo-A-133'
"Audits of States, Local Governments,and Non-Profit
Organizations."
t.'.
SIGNATUREOF AUTHORIZEDCERTIFYINGOFFICIAL
Will assist the awardingagencyin assuring compliance
'106of the National Historic Preservation
with Section
A c t o f 1 9 6 6 ,a s a m e n d e d( 1 6 U . S . C .5 4 7 0 ) ,E O 1 1 5 9 3
(identificationand protectionof historic properties),and
the Archaeologicaland Historic PreservationAct of
. S 4 6 9 a -e1t s e q . ) .
1 9 7 4( 1 6 U . S . C S
of all other
Will complywith all applicablerequirements
Federallaws, executiveorders,regulations,and policies
governingthis program.
TITLE
DATE SUBMITTED
Standard Form4248 (Rev.7'97) Back
Subject
lrEM 8
AIR HANDLERCHANGEOUTSAT JAIL
fn the BOCCmeetingon2-12-02,the Commission
was giveninformationregardingthe
statusof the HVAC repairsat the jail. lt was pointedout that the SiemensBuilding
TechnologyCompanyhad a cunent'SNAPSll" bid in effectthat couldbe usedfor the
air handlerchangeout phase.lt was alsostatedthat moneyand workcouldbe savedif
we could incorporatethe air handlerreplacementbeforethe cunent'controls"phase
was completed. lt was also statedthat Mr. Wojcieszak,our engineer,recommends
using this "SNAPS"contract,and also to continuewith the Canier brand equipment
sinceearlierrepairsusedthe Canierbrand.
The Boarddirectedstaffto obtainpricingbasedon the "SNAPS"bid with Siemensand
to get a comparativebid from anothercompany.Staff alsowas directedto obtainpricing
from Canierwith a comparativepricefrom anothermanufacturer.
Staff has contactedSiemensCorporation
for a proposalfor the laborto changeout the
"SNAPS"
air handlers using their
bid and OkeechobeeAir Conditioningfor a
comparativeprice.
Staffis alsoreceivingpricingfromCanierand Yorkfor supplyingthe air handlers.
RECOMMENDATTON(S):
(pendingreceiptof proposals)
Item
Page1 of 1
SI.]BJECT:
OKEECHOBEECOT.JNTY
AMMAL
CONTROLFACILITY
rrEM#q
OkeechobeeCounty solicited Requestfor Qualificationsfor ArchitecturalServicesto
designthe proposedOkeechobeeCounty Animal Control Facility. Qualificationswere
submittedby the Architects and reviewedby staff. Interviewsand evaluationsof the
Architectswere completedand the Bacon Group, Incorporatedwas selectedfor the
designof the OkeechobeeCounty Animal Control Facility. The ArchitecturalServices
Agreementhasbeencompletedandis attachedfor your review.
RECOMMENDATTON(S):
Recommend
that the Boardof CountyCommissioneni
approvethe ArchitecturalServices
Agreementwith the firm of BaconGroup,Incorporatedproviding for the designof the
Okeechobee
CountyAnimal ControlFacilityat a costof $23,750.00.
Approved For Agenda
Item# Q
02/28n2
.eGeor{eA.Iong
CountyAdministrator
R*
PageI of 2
ARCHITECTURAL SERVICESACREEMENT
OKEECHOBEE
COLIN'" O*''OL CONTROLFACILITY
FLOzuDA
OKEECHOBEE.
(underthreshold)
[-43068BKA]
ARCHITECTI.IRAL SERVICES AGREEMENT
*-
day of February.2001 by and between
THIS AGREEMENT made and enteredinto this
BOARD OF COLINTY COMMISSIONERS, OKEECHOBEE COLINTY,( the "Owner"), and BACON
. (the "Architect").
GROUP.INC. who's FederalTax I.D. Numberis:
I. THE CONSTRUCTION TEAM AIID EXTENT OF AGREEMENT
1.1
The Architect acceptsthe relationshipof trust and confidenceestablishedbetweenhim andthe
Owner by this Ageement. He covenantswith the Owner to fumish his bestskill andjudgment
andto cooperatewith the Ownerandthe Contractorin furtheringthe interestsof the Owner. He
agreesto provide professionalservicesand to usehis bestefforts to completethe project in the
most sound,expeditious,and economicalmannerconsistentwith the interestof the Owner.
1.2
The ConstructionTeam - The Contractor(from time of selection),the Owner, the Owner's
designatedrepresentative
andtheArchitect,calledthe "ConstructionTeam",shallwork from the
beginningof planningthrough final constructioncompletionand shall be availablethereafter
shouldadditionalservicesbe required. The Architectwill provide leadershipduring the design
phasewith supportfrom the Ownerandthe Owner'srepresentative;
the Contractorshallprovide
Ieadershipto the ConstructionTeam on all mattersrelatingto construction.
1.3
Extentof Agreement.This Agreementfor professionalservicesfor "OkeechobeeCounWAnimal
Control Faciliqv",representsthe entireAgreementbetweenthe Owner and the Architect. This
Agreementshallnot be superseded
by anyprovisionsofthe documentsfor constructionandmay
be amendedonly by written instrumentsignedby both the Owner and the Architect.
1.4
Definitions:
Architect -
Bacon Group,Inc.
2641 SunsetPoint Rd.
Clearwater,
Florida33759
Architect'sPersonnel- The Architect'skey personnelshall be as shownby Exhibit "A".
Contractor - To be determinedfollowing completion of constnrction design and
competitivebid solicitation.
[43068 BKA]
d.
ContractSum - The contactualamountto be paidto the Confractorfor the Contractor's
services.
Owner - Board of CountyCommissionersof OkeechobeeCounty,Florida. The fi.rnds
with which the compensationof the architects,engineers,contractors,etc.,will be paid
are under the conftol of the Owner. These fiurds will be paid to the Architect and
Contractorupon approvalof eachpaymentby Owner.
Owner'sConstructionBudget: Owner'sfi.rndsbudgetedand requestedfor construction
of the Project. The Owner's Construction Budget is $ 250,000.00basedupon the
building of a new Animal Conhol Facility, including site construction, utilities,
landscaping, parking, structure, mechanical, plumbing, and electrical supporting
installation,includingall Contractormanagement
fees,costsofthe work andthe Owner's
and Contractor'sconstructionand interfacecontingencies.
o
- The ProjectManager,his superioror his designee.
Owner'sRepresentatives
h.
Project - The Project is the total work to be performed under this Agreement. The
Project consistsof designingand supervisingthe building of a new Animal Control
Facility,includingsiteconstruction,utilities,landscaping,
parking,structure,mechanical,
plumbing, and electricalsupportinginstallation,as identified in the scopeof services
containedin Exhibit B:
i.
ProjectManager- Thepersondesignated
by theOwnerto providedirectinterfacewith
theArchitectwith respectto theOwner'sresponsibilities.
II. COMPENSATION
2.r
THE OWNER AGREES TO PAY TFIE Architect AS COMPENSATIONFOR HIS
SERVICES:
a.
For his Basic Servicesprescribedin Article 3, Sections3.1 through 3.9 hereinafter,an
amount not to exceed$23,750.00basedupon 9 l/2%oof the Owner's Construction
Budgetto be paid as prescribedin Article 9.1 hereinafter.
b.
For Additional Servicesdefinedin Article 4 hereinafterto be paid as a Lump Sum,the
Lump Sum prescribedin the authorization,but not to exceedthe hows expendedbased
upon the personnelcostsdescribedin Exhibit "A".
Reimbursableexpenseas definedin Article 8 hereinafter,not exceedingthe limits of
Section 112.061of the Florida Statutes.
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ARCIIITECT'S BASIC SERVICES
SERVICESFORTHE
THEARCHITECTAGREESTO PROVIDEBASICPROFESSIONAL
HEREINBY
FORTH
IN
B,
WHICH
IS
INCORPORATED
EXHIBIT
PROJECTAS SET
AND MOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS.
REFERENCE,
COMMONTO ALL PHASES
He shallprovidethe servicesprescribedin the attachedExhibit "8" which forms a part
of this Agreement.
b.
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PROGRAMMINGPFTASE
a.
3.4
He shall submit to the Owner for review and approval the Periodic Work Products
describedin the attachedExhibit B.
TheArchitectshallconsultwith theOwnerto ascertain
thereouirements.
CONCEPTUALSCHEMATICDESIGNPHASE
The Architect shall prepare,from the approvedProgrammingPhaseDocuments,the
ConceptualSchematicDesign Studiesfor all componentsas necessaryto achievea
solution acceptableto the Owner. The ConceptualDesign Studiesshall consist of
sketches,concepts,organization,orientation,relationshipto existingandfuturefacilities,
energyconservationapproaches
andequipmentpa.rameters
necessary
to clearlydefinethe
generalscopeand directionof the prqect.
3.5
b.
The Architect shallprovideanddistributetwo (2) hard (paper)copiesof the Conceptual
SchematicDesignStudiesDocumentsfor reviewandcommentasdirectedby theProject
Manager.
c.
Up to three (3) meetingswith the ownersto agreeon ConceptualDesigns.
DESIGNDEVELOPMENTPHASE
The Architect shall prepare,from the approvedAdvanced SchematicDesign Studies
Documents,the Design DevelopmentDocumentsconsistingof plans, elevationsand
other drawings, and outline specificationsto fix and illustate the size and characterof
the entireproject in its essentialsas to kinds of materials,type of structure,mechanical.
electricalsystems,civiVsiteworkand suchother work as may be required.
b.
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The Architect shall coordinatethe developmentwith the Project Manager and provide
the Owner with a review and commentsof any ProjectManager'scost estimatesin an
effort to ensurethe Project stayswithin the Project Budget.
The Architect shall provide and distributetwo (2) hard (paper)copies of the Design
DevelopmentDocumentsfor review and commentas directedby the project Manager.
3.6
DOCUMENTSPHASE
CONSTRUCTION
d-
b.
The Architect shall prepare,from the approved Design Development Documents.
Contract Documentsconsistingof Working Drawings and Specificationsand setting
forth the requirements1brthe constructionand detail of the work.
The ContractDocumentsshallbe preparedfor the GeneralContractwith the Contactor
and for Bid Groups,if any, for specificwork asdesignatedby the ProjectManagerwith
the Agreementof the ConstnrctionTeam.
The nontechnicaldocumentsconsistingof the necessarybidding information, Generai
Conditionsof the Contract,Supplementary
GeneralConditionsof the Contract,Special
proposal
andcontractform shall be prepared
Conditionsof the Contract,specifications,
by the Architect and may be basedon standardAIA document with modifications
requestedby the Owner.
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The Architect shall provideand distributethree(3) hard (paper)copiesof the Contract
Documents for the Contractoreach Bid Group, if any, for review and comment.
inciuding the nontechnicaldocuments,as directedby the project Manager.
Upon approvaiby theprojectManagerofthe ContractDocumentsfor the Contractorand
eachbid group,the Architect shall fumish to the ProjectManagervellums prints of ali
drawingsand camerareadycopy of all specificationdata.
The Architect will provide the Owner with lwo copies of the documentsfor the
Contractorand eachbid group,which shall be properly sealedand forwardedto the
ProjectManager. Copiesof the ContractDocumentsfor the Architect'susewill be the
responsibilityofthe Architect. Upon approvalofthe ContractDocuments.the Architect
will fumish the Owner with two (2) copies of the CADD Documentsas describedin
Article 3.6 (m) hereinbelow.
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The Architect,consultingwith the ConstructionTeam,shall preparenecessaryaddenda
and provide vellumnsor camerareadycopy of eachas appropriate.All addend4prior
to distribution, shall be approvedby the ProjectManager. Copiesof eachaddendum.
properly sealed.shall be forwardedto the ProjectManager.
h.
The Architect shall cooperatein the developmentof eachbid group with the Project
Manager.
The ArchitectshallprovideContact documents(ConstructionDrawings,Specifications,
etc.) which conform to applicable building codes, zoning codes, handicapped
accessibilitylaws, and generallyacceptedconstructionindustry standards.
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The Architect shall sigufy his responsibilityfor the Contract Documentsprepared
pusuant to this Agreementby affixing his signature,dateand sealtheretoasrequiredby
Chapters4ll and481, FloridaStatutes.
k.
Where this Agreementprovides for the Owner's approval of the Architect's design
suggestionsand decisions,such approval shall not relieve the Architect of any
resoonsibilitvor warrantvherer.rnder.
The Architect, whether utilizing a computer aided design and drafting applicatron
(CADD) or a mamnl designand draftingtechnique,shall provide the Owner with two
(2) setsof disk files at the conclusionof 100% ConstructionDocumentsdefinedrn
Section 3.6. Drawing fiies will be compatiblewith DOS or Windows reieaseof
''AutoCad 14" (or earlier)dxf or Adobeformat.The Adobe .pdf format is preferable.
One namedelectronicdrawing file shouldyield exactly one final plot sheet. Files
should be savedso that the entireimageof intendedfinal sheet,as plotted, will fill
screenlimits ofthe computermonitor. Preferably,theprojectmanual(specifications)
shouldbe in WordPerfector Adobe .pdf format,however,Microsoft Word (.doc)
files are alsoan acceptableformat. Disk files may be provided on CD media. If CD
technologyis not availabieto Architect,then 3 t/r" floppy disk format is acceptable.
Do not use compressionprograms,such as pkzip or winzip. Drawings are to be
transmittedin a "bound" form with no x-refs and with all neededlayersturnedon.
Includeany specialfonts or symbols(blocks)that may be neededto seamlesslyopen
the file.
a-
BIDDING PFIASE
The Architect shall be responsiblefor evaluationof constructionbids and development
of a recommendationfor bid award.
b.
The Architectshallevaluateproductequalsat therequestofbiddersandmakea decision
on eachin a timely manner.
The Architect shall attendthe orebidconference.
d.
The Architectwill assisttheProjectManagerin evaluatingall bids receivedandprovide
commentandrecornmendation
to the Owner on eachproposedauthorizationfor work.
3.8
CONSTRUCTIONPHASE
3.9
Construction Phase - The architect shall provide general inspection and oversight of the
Constructionof the ContractWork as follows:
The ConstructionPhasewill commencewith a written authorizationfrom the Project
Administratorfor theContractfor Constructionto beginand,togetherwith theArchitect's
obligationto provideBasicServicesunderthis Agreement,will terminateupontheearlier
ofthe issuanceto the ownerof the final Certificatefor Paymentor 60 daysafterthedate
os SubstantialCompletionof the Work.
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b.
Unless otherwise provided in this Agreement and incorporated in the Contract
Documents,the Architect shallprovidegeneralinspectionand oversightof the Contract
for Constructionas set forth for the Constructioncontractas set forth below.
The Architect shall be a representative
of the Owner during the Construction.and shall
adviseand consultwith the Owner. Instructionsto the Contractorshall be fbrwarded
throughthe Architect. The Architectshall haveauthorityto act on behalf of the Owner
only to the extentprovided in the ContractDocumentsunless otherwisemodified by
written instrumentin accordancewith Subparagaph(r).
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Ll.
to be generallyfamiliar
The Architectshallprovideperiodicvisits to the siteasnecessary
with the progressand quality of the Work and to determinein generalif the Work is
proceedingin accordancewith the ContractDocuments. On the basisof suchon-site
observationsof the Architect, the Architect shall keep the Owner informed of the
progressand quality of the Work, andshallendeavorto guardthe Owner againstdefects
and deficienciesin the Work of the Contractor.
The Architect shall not have control or chargeof and shail not be responsiblefor
construction means, methods, techniques,sequencesor procedr.res,or for safety
precautionsand programsin connectionwith the Work, for acts or omissionsof the
Contractor,subcontractoror anyotherpersonsperforminganyof the Work, or for failure
of any of them to carryout the Work in accordancewith the ContractDocuments.The
Architect shall not be responsiblefor the Contractor.
The Architect shall at all times haveaccessto the Work whereverit is in preparationor
progless.
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Basedon the Architect'sobservationsat the site,and an evaluationof eachApplication
for Payment,theArchitectshalldeterminetheamountsowing to theContractorandshail
issuea CertificateofPaymentin sucharnounts,asprovidedin the ContractDocuments.
h.
The issuanceof a Certificate for Payment shall constitute a representationby the
Architect to the Owner that,basedon the Architect'sobservationsat the site and on the
datacomprisingtheApplicationfor Payment,work hasprogressed
to the point indicated;
that,to the bestofthe Architect'sknowledge,informationandbelief,the qualityof Work
is in accordancewith the ContractDocuments.The foregoingrepresentations
aresubject
to: 1) to an evaluationof Work for conformancewith the ContractDocumentsupon
SubstantialCompletion,2) to theresultsor anysubsequent
testsandinspectionsrequired
by or performedundertheContractDocuments,3) to conectionofminor deviationsfrom
the Contract Documents correctableprior to completion, 4) and to any specific
qualifications expressedby the Architect, and stated in the Project Certificate for
Payment: and that the Contractor is entitled to payment in the amount certified.
However,the issuanceof a Certificatefor Paymentshallnot be a representation
that the
Architect hasmadeanyexaminationto ascertainhow or for what purposethe Contractor
has usedthe moniespaid on accountof the ContractSum.
Shoulddisageementoccurbetweenthe Contractorand Architect over acceptabiiityof
work andconformancewith the requirementsofthe specificationsand plans.the Project
Managershall be the final judge of performanceand acceptabilitv.
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All interpretationsand decisionsof the Architect shall be consistentwith the intent of.
and reasonablyinferablefrom, the ContractDocuments,and shall be in writing or in
graphicform.
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The Architect'sdecisionin mattersrelatingto artistic effect shall be final if consistent
with the intentofthe ConhactDocuments.TheArchitect'sdecisionson anyotherclaims.
disputesor other matters,including those in question between the Owner and the
Contractor.shall be subjectto claimsprovisionsprovidedin this Agreementand in the
ContractDocuments.
The ArchitectshallhaveauthoritytorejectWork which doesnot conformto the Contract
Documents.Whenever,in theArchitect'sreasonable
opiruon.it is necessaryor advisable
to insureconformancewith theprovisionsofthe ContractDocuments.theArchitectshall
have authorityto requirespecialinspectionor testingof Work in accordancewith the
provisions of the ContractDocuments,whetheror not such work be then fabricated.
installed or completed;but the Architect shall take suchaction only after consultation
with the Contractorand Owner.
The ArchitectshallreceivesubmittalssuchasShopDrawings,ProductDataandSamples
from the Contractorand shallreview and approveor takeother appropriateactionupon
them, but only for conformancewith the designconceptof the Project and with the
informationgivenin theContractDocuments.Suchactionshallbetakenwith reasonable
promptressso asto causeno delay.The Architect'sapprovalof a specificitem shailnot
indicateapprovalof an assemblyof which the item is a component.
The Architect shall review and approveor take other appropriateaction on Change
Orderspreparedby the Contractorfor the Owner'sauthorizationin accordancewith the
ContractDocuments.
The Architect shall have authorityto order minor changesin Work not involving an
adjustmentin a ContractSum or an extensionof a ContractTime and which are not
inconsistentwith the intentof the ContractDocuments.Suchchangesshallbe effected
by written order issuedto the Conhactorendorsedby the ProjectManager.
p.
The Architect,assistedbytheConftactor,shallconductinspectionsto determinethedates
of substantialcompletionand final completionand shall issueappropriateCertificates.
q.
The Architectshallassistthe Contractorin receivingandforwardingto theOwnerwritten
wanantiesand relateddocumentsassembledbv the Contractors.
The extentof the duties,responsibilitiesand limitationsof authority of the Architect as
a representativeof the Owner during constructionshall not be restricted,modified or
extendedwithout the written consentof the Owner.
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TV. ADDITIONAL SERVICES OF THE ARCHITECT
4.1
The following servicescausetheArchitectextraexpense.If any of theseservicesarepreviousiy
authorizedin writing by the Owner(or ProjectManager),they shall be paid for by the Owneras
a Lump Sum or at the hourly rate describedin Exhibit "A", whichever is specified in the
authorization.
Additional servicesdue to significant changesin generalscopeof the Project or its
requirementsincluding,but not limited to. changesin size,compiexity, or characterof
constructionunlessnecessary
to bring the project within the ConstructionBudget.
b.
Revising previously approveddrawings or specificationsto accompiishchanges
requestedby Owner.
ProvidingDetailedCostEstimates.
d.
When requiredby the Owner,preparingdocumentsfor ChangeOrders.
Consultationconcemingreplacementof anywork damagedby fire or othercauseduring
constructionandfumishingprofessionalservicesofthe tlpes setforth in Article 3 asmay
be requiredin connectionwith the repiacementof suchwork.
Arranging for the work to proceedshouldthe Contractordefaultdue to delinquencyor
insolvency.
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Providingprolongedconffactadministrationandobservationof constructionshouldthe
constructioncontractcompletiontime be exceededby more than60 days dueto no fault
of the Architect. TheArchitect'seflortsnecessary
to accomplishSubstantialCompletion
and Final Completion inspectionsare included as a basic service and shall not be
consideredas an item of prolongedcontractadministrationand observation,regardless
of when performed.
h.
Servicesof special consultantsrequestedby the Owner for other than the normal
structural,mechanicaland electricalengineeringservices.and servicesof estimators
making detailedcost estimates.
Servicesof consultantsproviding surveys,subsurfaceinvestigationsand testing.
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Providing any requestedrenderings.
V. TIME
The Architect shall perform Basic and Additional Servicesas expeditiously as is consistentwith
professionalskill and care and the orderly progressof the Project. Within l0 working daysfrom the
Owner's executionof this Agreement,the Architect shall submit,for the Owner's approvala proposed
projectschedule.Upon the Owner'sapproval,theprojectscheduleshallbe consideredExhibit 66C"and
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incorporatedherein as if originally attached.Exhibit C may be amplified upon or modified by the
Contractorwith the agreementof the Architectand Owner,which agreementshall not be unreasonably
withheld.
VI. THE OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES
6.1
The Owner shall provide full informationas to its requirementsfor the Project.
o.z
The Owner shall designaterepresentatives
authorizedto act in its behalf. It shall examine
documentssubmittedby the Architectandrenderdecisionspertainingtheretopromptly to avoid
unreasonabiedelay in the progressof the Architect'swork. It shall observethe procedureof
issuingordersto Contractoronly throughthe Architect.
6.3
The Owner shall retain a GeneralContractorfollowing competitivebid. The Contractor's
seryices,dutiesandresponsibilitieswill be asdescribedin theGeneralContractBefweenOwner
and Contractorpreparedby the Architect and will not be modified without notification of the
Architect.
o.4
The Owner shall furnish or direct the Architect to obtain, at the Owner'sexpense.a certified
surveyof the site giving, asrequired,gradesandlinesof streets,alleys,pavementsand adjoining
properr.y;rights of way, restrictions,easements,encroachments,zoning, deed restrictions.
boundariesand contoursofthe buildingsite;locations,dimensionsandcompletedatapertaining
to existing buildings,otherimprovementsandtrees;full informationasto avaiiableserviceand
utility lines, both public andprivate;andtestboringsand pits necessaryfor determiningsubsoil
conditions. The Architect'sservicesin obtaininsthis data bv others shall be includedin basic
servrces.
6.5
The Owner shallpayfor off-sitecivil engineering.Engineeringservicesrequiredto designutility
connections,drivewayconnectionsandothertypical projectfeatureswithin streetrights-ofiway
boundingthe project site shallnot be consideredoff-site engineering.
6.6
The Owner shall anangeand pay for suchlegal,auditingand insurancecounselingservicesas
may be requiredby the Owner for the Project.
6.7
if the Owner observesor otherwisebecomesawareof any defect in the Project,it shall give
prompt written noticethereofto the Architectand Contractor.
6.8
If the estimateof ConstructionCost or detailedcostestimatesare in excessof any limit stated
herein,the Owner may give written approvalof an increasein the limit or it shall cooperatein
revising the project scopeor quality,or both,to reducethe costas required.
VII. CONSTRUCTIONCOST
7.r
CONSTRUCTION
COSTDEFINED
The ConstructionCostshallbe the total costto the Ownerof all elementsof the Project
designedor specifiedby the fuchitect. The constructioncost shall not exceedthe
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Owner'sConstructionBudgetwhich shall be consideredthe fixed limit of Construction
budsetis setforth in Section1.4f.
Cost. The Owner'sconstruction
b.
The ConstructionCostshallalsoincludethe costof labor andmaterialsfumishedby the
Owner and any equipmentwhich has beendesigned,specified.selectedor specially
provided for by the Architect. It shall aiso include the Contractor'scompensationfor
services.Reimbursable
Costsand the costof work orovidedbv the Contractor.
ConstructionCostdoesnot inciudethe compensationofthe Architectandthe Architect's
consultants,the costofthe land,rights-of-way,or othercostswhich aretheresponsibility
of the Owner.
7.2
RESPONSIBILITY
FORCONSTRUCTION
COST
It is recognized,that neitherthe Architect, nor the Owner has control over the cost of
labor, materialsor equipment,over the Contractors'methodof determiningbid prices.
or over competitivebidding, market or negotiatingconditions. Accordingly,the
Architect cannotanddoesnot warrantor representthat bids or negotiatedpriceswill not
vary from the Projectbudgetproposed,establishedor approvedby the Owner.
b.
If Bids are not received within the time scheduledat the time the fixed limit of
dueto causesbeyondtheArchitect'scontrol,anyfixed
ConstructionCostwasestablished
limit of ConstructionCostestablishedasa conditionofthis Agreementshallbe mutually
adjustedto reflect any changein the generallevel of pricesin the constnrctionindustry
betweenthe originally scheduleddateand the dateon which Bids are received.
If the fixed limit of ConstructionCostis exceededby the sumof the lowestfiguresfrom
bona fide Bids of negotiatedproposals,plus the Contractor'sestimateof otherelements
of ConstructionCost for the Project,the Owner shall (1) give written approvalof an
increasein such fixed limit, (2) authorizerebidding or renegotiationof the Projector
portionsof the Projectwithin a reasonabletime, or (3) cooperatein revisingthe Project
scopeandquality asrequiredto reducethe ConstructionCost. ln the caseof Item (3) the
Architect shall modifythe Drawingsand Specificationsasnecessaryto comply with the
fixed limit. without additionalcost to the Owner if the Architect has concurredin the
ProjectManager'sestimateof ConstructionCost. The providingof suchserviceshallbe
the limit of the Architect'sresponsibilityarising from the establishmentof suchfixed
limit, andhavingdoneso,theArchitectshallbe entitledto compensationfor all services
performedin accordancewith this Agreement,whetheror not the ConstructionPhaseis
commenced.
VIII.
8.1
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REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES
ReimbursableExpensesinclude actualexpenditures,not incidentalto the servicesdefinedin
Article 3, not exceedingthe limis of Section112.06l of Florida Statutes,madeby the Architect
in the interestof the Projectfor the following incidentalexpenses.All reimbursableexpenses
requirepreviouswritten authorizationfrom the Owner (or the Prqect Manager).
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Expenseof transportationand living of principals and employeeswhen traveling in
connectionwith servicesotherthanthosedefinedin Article 3; reproductionof drawings
and specifications,excludingcopiesfor Architect's ffice useand setsat eachphasefor
the Owner's, Contactor and Owner's review and approval and sets furnished wtder
Article 3; and feespaid for securingapprovalof authoritieshavingjurisdiction over the
Project.
b.
Expenseof any additionalinsurancecoverageor limits, including professionalliability
insurance,requestedby the Owner in excessof that requiredto be maintainedby the
Architect at the Architect's expenseas provided in Section 16.10. carried by the
Architect and the Architect'sconsultants.
IX. PAYMENTSTO TIIE ARCHITECT
9.1
PAYI\4ENTSON ACCOLINTOF ARCHITECT'SSERVICES
For Architect's Basic Services, paymentsshall be made for servicesperformedas
follows:
SchematicDesignPhase
l5% through submittalof conceptualschematicdocuments
$3,562.50
Design DeveloomentPhase
25o/othrough submittalof designdevelopmentdocuments
$5,937.50
ConstructionDocumentsPhase
35% through submittalof 50% completedconstructiondocuments
s8,312.50
Bidding & Ne&otiationPhase
5.00% throughreceiptof bids
$ 1,187.50
ConstructionPhase
20.00% through completionof construction
$ 4.7s0.00
$23,750.00
Feesto be paid in accordancewith Section16.5basedupon work completed,consistentwith
phasemadmum set forth in the abovebreakdown;fees may not be billed or paid for work
completedin a new phaseuntil work completedin a previousphasehasbeenapproved.
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b.
Paymentsfor Additional Servicesofthe Architect asdefinedin Article 4 hereinaboveas
a Lump Sum shall be madeas prescribedin the Authorization.
c.
Thirty (30) calendardaysshallbe allowedfor the Owner'sinspectionandapprovalofthe
goodsand servicesfor which any invoice hasbeensubmitted.
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9.2
WITHHELD
PAYN4ENTS
No deductionsshall be madefrom the Architect'scompensationon accountof penaltv,
liquidateddamagesor othersumswithheld fiom paymentsto Contractor.or on account
of changesin ConstructionCostotherthan thosefor which the Architect is held legally
liable.
b.
9.3
The Architect shall not withhold paymentsto consultantsif suchpaymentshave been
madeto the Architectby the Owner. Shouldthis occurfor anyreason,the Architectshall
immediately retum such monies to the Owners, adjusting pay requestsand project
bookkeepingasrequired.
PROJECTSUSPENSION
OR ABANDONMENT
If the Projectis suspendedor abandonedin whole or in part for more than thee months.the Architect
for all servicesperformedprior to receiptof written noticefiom the Ownerof such
shallbe compensated
abandonment.togetherwith ReimbursableExpensesthen due.
K. ARCHITECT'S ACCOT-INTINGRECORDS
Recordsof the Architect'sDirect Personnel,Consultant,and ReimbursableExpensepertainingto this
project shall be kept on a generallyrecognizedaccountingbasisand shall be avaiiableto the Owner or
his authorizedrepresentativeat mutuallv convenienttimes.
XI.
TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT
i 1. I
TerminationFor CauseOr Mutual Agreement.This Agreementmaybeterminatedby eitherparty
uponseven(7) days'noticeby mutualagreement,
or shouldonepartyfail substantiallyto perform
in accordancewith its terms ttrough no fault of the other. Also, this Agreement may be
unilaterallyterminatedby the Owner for refusalby the Architect to ailow public accessto all
documents,papers,lettersor other materialsubjectto the provisions of Chapter 119. Florida
Statutes,and made or receivedby the Architect or his corsultants in conjunction with this
Agreement.In the eventoftermination,dueto thefault of othersthanthe Architect,theArchitect
thendueplus
shallbe paid for servicesperformedtoterminationdate,includingreimbursements
proven terminal expense.
ll.2
TerminationFor Convenience.The performanceof work underthis contractmay be terminated
by the Owner in accordancewith this clausein whole, or from time to time in part, wheneverthe
Owner shall determinethat such termination is in the best interest of the Owner. Upon
termination,the Architect shallbe entitledto paymentandprofit for work completedto the time
oftermination,only. Profit shallbe deemedtobe uniformly distributedthroughouttheapproved
Scheduledescribedin Section9.1a.The percentage
of completionshall be determinedby the
Owner, basedupon the approvedSchedule.
Xil. RESERVED
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XIU.
REUSE OF DOCUMENTS
1 3 . 1 The Documentspreparedpursuantto this Agreementshallnot be usedon other projectsexcept
by agreementin writing.
XIV.
SUCCESSORSAND ASSIGNS
to the other
assignsand legalrepresentatives
The Owner and the Architect eachbinds itself, successors,
party to this Agreementin respectof all covenantsof this Ageement. Neither the Owner nor the
Architect shall assign,subletor transferits interestin this Ageement without the written consentof the
other.
XV.
CLAIMS AND DISPUTES
1 5 . 1 Underthe termsof this contracttheArchitectshallnot haveanyright to compensationotherthan.
or in additionto, that providedby this contractto satisfr anyclaim of anykind whatsoeverunless
the claim thereforis deliveredto the Owner within ninety (90) daysfrom the dateon which the
act or eventconstitutingthe basisof suchclaim occurs.Failureto presentanyclaim arisingtutder
this contractwithin the ninety (90) day time period specifiedaboveshall constitutewaiver and
abandonmentof claimant'srisht to seekadministrativeconsiderationof said claim.
15.2
All suchclaims shall set forth in a petition addressedto the Owner stating:
a.
The Architect'snameand businessaddress:
b.
A concisestatementof the ultimatefacts,includinga statementof all disputedissuesof
materialfact, upon which the claim is based;
c.
A concisestatementofthe provisionsofthe contract,togetherwith any federal.stateand
local laws, ordinancesor code requirementsor customarypracticesand usagesin the
tradeor professionassertedto be applicableto the questionspresentedby the claim; and
d.
A demandfor that specificrelief to which the Architect deemshimself entitled.
15.3
Within thirfy (30) daysfrom the receiptof any petition settingforth the claim, the Owner shall
provide the Architect its written responsestatingOwner'sposition with respectto eachclaim
asserted.Thereafter,upon not lessthanthirfy (30) daysnoticeto the Architect,the Ownerwill
submit to non-bindingmediationin accordancewith the Florida Rulesof Civil Procedurein an
effort to resolvethe dispute. Shouldmediationresultin an impasse,the Architectmay resortto
such civil action as the Architect may be advised subject to venue and forum restrictions
containedin Section14.4.
I5.4
The venue for all civil and administative actionsagainstthe Owner shall be in Okeechobee
County, unlessotherwiseagreedby the parties.
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15.5
in the eventof any litigation to enforcethetermsof this Agreement,the prevailingparr"vshallbe
entitledto reasonableattorney'sfeesandcostswhich aredirectlyattributedto suchlitigation both
at the trial and appellatelevel.
X\'I.
PROHIBITION AGAINST CONTINGENT FEES
The Architect warrantsthat he hasnot employedor retainedany companyor person.other than a bona
fide employeeworking solelyfor the architectto solicit or securethis agreementandthat he hasnot paid
or agteedto pay any person,company,corporation,individual or firm other than a bona fide empioyee
working solely for the architect any fee, commission,percentage,gift. or anv other consideration
contingentupon or resultingfrom the awardor making of this Agreement. For the breachor violation
of this provision, the Owner shall havethe right to terminatethis Agreementwithout liabilitv and.at its
or otherwiserecover,the fulI arnountof such
discretion,to deductfrom theBasicServicesCompensation,
gift, or consideration.
fee,commission.percentage,
X\rII.
SPECIALPROVISIONS
1 7 . 1 The Architect must usethe latestedition of the ProfessionalServicesGuide (PSG) providedby
Building Construction,Departrnentof ManagementServices.Stateof Florida. It is fumishedto
assistthe Architect in theperformanceofhis servicesunderthis Agreement.Sincethis document
is merely a guide,the Architect must discussthe specificrequirementsof this project with the
Owner'sProjectManagerand utilize only thoseportionsof this documentwhrch apply.
17.2
Monthly Reports:None
17.3
The Architect shall take minutesof all meetingsheld with the Owner and shall provide copies
of the sarneto the Owner within ten (10) daysfollowing suchmeetings.
17.4
Bills for feesor othercompensationfor servicesor expensesshallbe submittedmonthly in detail
sufficient for a proper preauditand postauditthereof. Bills for any fravel expensesshall be
submittedin accordancewith proceduresspecifiedin Section 112.06l of the Florida Statutes
govemingpaymentsby the Owner for travel expenses.Travel expenses,when authoized, may
be reimbursedin an amountnot to exceedthe maximum amountestablishedin Section112.061.
17.5
Architect'sPaymentRiehts.
17.6
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a.
Upon receipt of an invoice, the Owner has thirry (30) calendardays to inspect and
approvethe invoiceandservicesrepresented
therein(seeArticle 9.1(c)hereinabove).A
check for all approvedinvoiceswiil be availableon the 35'nday following receipt.
b.
lnvoiceswhich haveto bereturnedto anArchitectbecauseof Architectpreparation
errors
will resultin a delayin thepayrnent.Theinvoicepaymentrequirementsdo not startuntii
a properly completedinvoiceis providedto the Owner.
Public Entitv Crime lnformation Statemenl
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A personor affiliatewho hasbeenplacedon theconvictedvendorlist following a convictionfor a public
entity crime mav not submita bid on a contractto provideanygoodsandservicesto a public entity,may
not submit a bid on a contractwith a public entity, for the constructionor repairof a public building or
public work, may not submit bids on leasesof real propertyto a public entity. may not be awardedor
perform work as a contractor,supplier,subcontractor.or consultantunder a contractwith any public
entity, and may not transactbusinesswith any public entity in excessof the thresholdamountprovided
in Section287.017,for CATEGORY TWO tbr a periodof 36 monthsfrom the dateof beingplacedon
the convictedvendorlist. The Architectshallensurethat all personsor firms eithersubcontractingto the
Architect or bidding on the Projectexecutesan Public Entity Crime affidavit certifuing suchpersonor
firm is not disquaiifiedfrom workingon the Project.
17.7
UnauthorizedAliens
The Owner shall considerthe empioyrnentby Architect of unauthorizedaliens a violation of
[email protected])of the lmmigation andNationalizationAct. Suchviolationsshallbe causefor
uniiateralcancellationof this conuact.
17.8
ContractsWhich RequireAnnuai Appropriation;ContingencyStatement.
The Owner's performanceand obligation to pay under this contract is contingent upon an annual
appropriationby the Owner, howeverfailure to continueappropriationsshall not excusethe Owner's
liability for palnnent to the Architect for servicesrenderedto the date of conffact termination as
provided.
hereinabove
17.9
IndemnificationAnd Waverof Liabili&
The Architect agrees,to the firllest extentpermittedby law, to indemnify and hold the
Ownerharmlessfrom anydamage,Iiabilitv or cost(includingreasonableattomeys'fees
andcostsof defense)to the extentcausedby the Architect.or its agent'sand employee's.
negligentacts,errorsor omissionsin the performanceof professionalservicesunderthis
Agreementandthoseof Architect'ssubconsultants
or anyonefbr whom the Architect is
legallyliable.
b.
The Owner agrees,to the fi.rllestextentpermitted by law, to indemnify and hold the
Architect harmlessfrom any damage,liability or cost (including reasonableattorneys'
feesand costsof defense)to the extentcausedby the Owner's negligentacts,errorsor
omissionsandthoseof its contractors,subcontractors
or consultantsor anyonefor whom
the Owner is legally liable, and arising from the project that is the subject of this
Agreement.
The Architect is not obligatedto indemnifythe Owner in any mannerwhatsoeverfor the
Owner'sown negligence.
d.
The partiesagee that ONE HTINDRED DOLLARS ($100.00)representsspecific
considerationto the Architect for the indemnificationset forth in this Aereement.
The Architectherebyacknowledges
receiptof ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100.00)
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f.
and other good and valuableconsiderationfrom the Owner in exchangefor giving the
Owner the indemnificationprovidedherein.
17.10 InsuranceRequirements.The Architectshallmaintainduring the terms,exceptasnoted,of this
Agreementthe following insurance
:
a.
with deductibleper
ProfessionalLiability Insurancein the amountof $1,000,000.00.
which shallbe the iimit of liabilitv providingfor all
claim not to Exceed$25,000.00,
sums which the Architect shall becomelegally obligatedto pay as damagesfor claims
arising out of the servicesperformedby the Architect or any personemployedby it in
connectionwith this Agleement.This insuranceshallbe maintainedfor threeyearsafter
completionof the constructionandacceptance
of any Work coveredby this Agreement.
However, the Architect may purchase Specific Project Architect's/Engineer's
ProfessionalLiability Insurancewhich is also acceptabie.
b.
Comprehensivegeneralliability insurancewith broad form endorsement.inciuding
ownedandnon-ownedautomobileliability, completedoperationsandproductsliability,
contractualliability, severabilityof interestswith crossliabiliqvprovision,and personal
injury andproperlydamageliabilitywith limits of $1,000,000.00
combinedsinglelimit
per occurrencefor bodily injury andproperfydamage.Saidpolicy or poiiciesshallname
Owner as additional insuredand shall reflect the hoid harmlessnrovision contained
herein.
Workman's Compensationlnsurancefor the employeesof Architect as required by
Florida Statutes,Section440,andemployers'liability insurancewith limits not lessthan
$100,000.00.
d.
Other (or increasedamountsof) insurancewhich Owner shall from time to time deem
advisableor appropriate,at the Owner's expense.Suchnew or additionalinsuranceto
be efflectiveasof the soonerof 60 daysafternoticethereofor the next annualrenewalof
any policy being increased(asapplicable).
All policiesfor underthis Section16,exceptprofessional
liability,shailcontainwaiver
of subrogationagainstOwnerwhereapplicable,shall expresslyprovide that suchpolicy
or policies are primary over any other collectiveinsurancethat Owner may have.
All of the above insuranceis to be placed with Best-ratedA-8 or better insurance
companies,qualifiedto do businessunderthe laws of the Stateof Florida.
d
6.
h.
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Except as to Sections16.10aand l6.l0c, the Agent and Owner shall be namedas an
additionalinsuredundersuchpolicies. The Owner reservesthe right to requesta copy
of requiredpoliciesfor review.
All policies shall provide for 30 daysnoticeto Owner prior to cancellationor material
chanse.
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17.i 1 ElectronicMail Capabilities.The Architectmusthave elechonicmaii capabilitiesthroughthe
World Wide Web. It is the intentionof the Ownerto useelectroniccommunicationwhenever
possiblefor this project. When possible.plansand specificationsfor review purposeswill also
be transmittedelectronicallyto theOwner. TheArchitectshailprovideits electronicmail address
and a narneof a point of contactfor electroniccommunications.
17.12 Discrimination.The Architectshallassurethatno personshailbe excluded,on the groundsof
race,color.creed,nationalorigin,handicap,ageor sex.from panicipationin, deniedthebenefits
of, or be otherwise subjectedto discriminationin any activitv under, this Agreement. The
CONTRACTOR shall take all measuresnecessaryto effectuatetheseassurances.
17.13 Severabilitv.That,shouldanytermor provisionof this Ageementbeheld,to anyextent.invalid
or unenforceable,as againstanyperson,entity or circumstanceduring the term hereof,by fbrce
of any statute,Iaw, or ruling of any forum of competentjurisdiction, such invaiidity shall not
aflect any other term or provision of this Agreement.to the extent that the Agreementshall
remain operable,enforceableand in full force and effect to the extentpermittedby law.
17.14 Entire Agreement. That this Agreementstatesthe entireunderstandingbetweenthe partiesand
statements,negotiations.or agreementsto the
supersedesany written or oral representations,
statementsor negotiationsmadeby the
contrary. Architect recognizesthat anyrepresentations,
County staffdo not suffice to legally bind the County in a contractualrelationshipunlessthey
have beenreducedto writing, authorized,and signedby the authorizedCounty representatives.
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Construction. Shouldanyprovisionof this Agreementbe subjectto judicial interpretation,it is
agreedthat the court interpretingor consideringsuchprovision will not apply the presumption
or ruie of constructionthat the terms of this Agreementbe more strictly construedagainstthe
parfv which itseif or throughits counselor other agentpreparedthe sarne,as all partieshereto
haveparticipatedin the preparationof the final form of this Agreementthroughreview by their
respectivecounsel, if any, and/or the negotiationof specific language,and, therefore,the
applicationof suchpresumptionor rule of constructionwould be inappropriateand contraryto
the intent of the oarties.
17.16 Waiver. The indulgenceof either parly with regardto any breachor failure to perform any
provision of this Agreementshallnot be deemedto constitutea waiver of the provision or any
portion of this Agreement,eitherat thetime the breachor failure occursor at anytime throughout
the term of this Agreement.
17.17 Force Majeure. Notwithstandingany provisionsof this Agreementto the contrary,the parties
shall not be held liable if failure or delayin the perfbrmanceof this Agreementarisesfrom fires,
floods, strikes,embargos,actsof the public enemy,unusuallysevereweather,out breakof war,
restraintof govemment,riots, civil commotion,forcemajeure,act of God, or for any othercause
of the same characterwhich is unavoidablethrough the exerciseof due care and beyondthe
control of the parties. This provision shallnot apply if the "Scopeof Work" of this Agreement
specifiesthat performanceby the Architectis specificallyrequiredduring the occurrenceof any
of the eventshereinmentioned.
17.18 Headings. All headingsare for clarificationonly and are not to be used in any judicial
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constructionof this Agreementor anyparagnph.
IN WITNESSWHEREOF,thepartiesheretohaveexecuted
thisAgreementthedayandyearfirst writtenabove.
BOARD OF COI.]NTY COMMISSIONERS
OKEECHOBEE COI.]NTY.FLORIDA
ATTEST:
SHARONROBERTSON.
Boardof CountvCommissi
CLIF BET|S, JR.,Chairman
OkeechobeeCoturtv. Florida
GROUP,INC.
io*rr.*or..couNw
By:
WTTNESS
WIINESS
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EXHIBITA
ARCHITECT'SKEY PERSONNEL
&. COSTS
Name
Position
HourlvRate
Pnncipal/Architect
$ 1 10
50
Proj. Manager
s 90.00
Sr. StructuralEngineer
s 80.00
Project Architect/Engineer s 7 5 0 0
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ComputerDesignerDrafter
s 50.00
Clerical
$ 40.00
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DGIIBIT B
ARCHITECT'S SCOPEOF SERVICES
l.
basic services,including landscape& irrigation design;
2.
all architect'spersonneltime, ffansportation& living expenseassociatedwith delivery of basic
servrces;
3.
all structural,mechanical,civil, electricalengineeringconsultant'stime, transportation& living
expenseassociatedwith delivery of basicservices;
4.
reproductionof all documentsevidencingthe completion of each design phaseof the basic
servicesfor Owner's and Using Agency's review and approval(3 copiesper designphase);
5.
reproduction of documentsrequiredfor bidding the project; document sets to be made
availableto biddersby architectwith the costto be reimbursedby the Owner;
6.
reproductionof all documentsrequiredby architectand consultantsfor their usein performing
basicservices;
7.
all architect's personneltime and expenseassociatedwith obtaining proposals from and
administering the work of specializedconsultantsfor other than strrctural, mechanical,civil and electrical
engineeringservicesrequiredin supportof the basicservices;
8.
all architect's personneltime and expensein performing permitting functions not requiring
specialdrawings,specialmeetingsand hearings;
9.
all telephone,telegraph,mailing, copylngandothermiscellaneouscostsof the architectand his
consultantsin performing the basicservices;
10.
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suchother basicservicesdescribedin the body of this Ageement.
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DGIIBIT B (continued)
ARCHITECT'S SCOPEOF SERVICES
Basic servicesdoesnot include:
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"long distancetavel", i.e.,architect'spersonneltime, tansportation& living expenseoutsidethat
required for support of basic servicesand for which prior County authorizationhas been obtained(such as
accompanyingelectedofficials during tour(s) of facilities similar to this project or touring such facilities at
County's request)(seeArticle IV);
2.
of specializedconsultantrequestedby
by recommendation(s)
Documentrevisionsnecessitated
County subsequentto preparationof original documents(seeSectiona.1b);
3.
of[-site civil engineering.Engineeringservicesrequiredto designutility connections,driveway
connectionsand other typical project featureswithin steet rights-of-way bounding the project site shall not be
consideredoff-steet engineering(seeSection6.5).
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SIJBJECT:
OKEECHOBEECOTJNTY
ADMIMSTRATIVE AI\NEX
INTERIORBTIILDINGDESIGN
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OkeechobeeCounty solicited Requestfor Qualificationsfor ArchitecturalServicesto
design the interior of the uncompletedhalf (ll,25} squarefeet) of the Okeechobee
County AdministrativeAnnex Building locatedon Higirway 98.
eualifications were
submittedby the Architects and reviewedby staff. Inierviews and Lvaluationsof the
Architectswerecompletedand the BaconGroup,Incorporatedwas selectedto complete
the designof the facility. The ArchitecturalServicesAgreementhasbeencompletedand
is attachedfor your review.
RECOMMEITIDATION(S):
Recommend
that the Boardof CountyCommissioners
approvethe ArchitecturalServices
Agreementwith the firm of Bacon Group,Incorporatedfroviding for the interior design
of theokeechobeecounty AdministrativeAnneiFacilityat a coslof $30,000.00.
Approved For Agenda
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GeoigeA. Long
CountyAdministrator
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ARCHITECTURALSERVICESAGREEMENT
OKEECHOBEECOLINTY ADMINISTRATIVE ANNEX
OKEECHOBEE.FLOzuDA
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ARCHITECTURAL SERVICESAGREEMENT
THIS AGREEMENT made and enteredinto this
day of February,2001 by and between
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, OKEECHOBEE COUNTY.( the"Owner").andBACON
GROUP.INC. who's FederalTax I.D. Numberis:
, (the "Architect").
I. THE CONSTRUCTION TEAM AND EXTENT OF AGREEMENT
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The Architect acceptsthe relationshipof trust and confidenceestablishedbetweenhim and
the Owner by this Agreement. He covenantswith the Owner to furnish his best skill and
judgment and to cooperatewith the Owner and the Contractor in fuithering the interestsof
the Owner. He agreesto provideprofessionalservicesandto usehis besteffortsto complete
the project in the most sound, expeditious,and economicalmanner consistentwith the
interestof the Owner.
t.2
The ConstructionTeam - The Contractor(from time of selection),the Owner,the Owner's
designatedrepresentative
andtheArchitect,calledthe"ConstructionTeam",shallworkfrom
the beginning of planning through final construction completion and shall be available
thereaftershould additional servicesbe required. The Architect will provide leadership
during the designphasewith supportfrom the Owner and the Owner's representative;
the
Contractor shall provide leadershipto the ConstructionTeam on all mattersrelating to
construction.
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Extent of Agreement.This Agreementfor professionalservicesfor "OkeechobeeCounqy
Administrative Annex Building", representsthe entireAgreementbetweenthe Owner and
the Architect. This Agreementshallnot be superseded
by any provisionsof the documents
for construction and may be amendedonly by written instrument signed by both the Owner
and the Architect.
1.4
Definitions:
l.l
a-
Architect -
b.
Architect'sPersonnel- TheArchitect'skey personnelshallbe asshownby Exhibit
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BaconGroup,Inc.
2641SunsetPointRd.
Clearwater,
Florida33759
c.
Contractor- To be determinedfollowing completion of constructiondesign and
competitivebid solicitation.
d.
Contract Sum - The contractualamount to be paid to the Contractor for the
Contractor's services.
e.
Owner - Board of Countv Commissionersof OkeechobeeCounty, Florida. The
fundswith whichthe compensation
of the architects,engineers,contractors,etc..will
be paid areunderthe controlofthe Owner. Thesefundswill be paid to the Architect
and Contractorupon approvalof eachpaymentby Owner.
f.
Owner's Construction Budget: Owner's funds budgeted and requested for
construction of the Project. The Owner's Construction Budget is $ 375,000.00
basedupon the build-out of the approximatelyI 1,250unfinishedsquarefeet of the
22,500 foot OkeechobeeCounty Administrative Annex, including necessarysite
modifications, utilities, structure,mechanical,plumbing, and electricalsupporting
installation,including all Contractormanagementfees, costsof the work and the
Owner'sand Contractor'sconstructionand interfacecontingencies.
g.
- The ProjectManager,his superioror his designee.
Owner'sRepresentatives
h.
Project- The Projectis the total work to be performedunderthis Agreement. The
Projectconsistsofdesigningandthegeneralinspectionandoversightofthe build-out
of the approximatelyI 1,250unfinishedsquarefeet of the 22,500foot Okeechobee
County Administrative Annex, including necessarysite modifications, utilities,
structure,mechanical,plumbing,andelectricalsupportinginstallation.The build-out
area shall include office areas,auditorium, and associatedsupport spaces. The
facility is to be sprinkledwith basicconstructionof metal stud constructionwith a
9 foot suspended
ceiling system.Projectto be advancedandcompletedby the scope
of servicescontainedin Exhibit B and incorporatedhereinby reference.
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Project Manager- The persondesignatedby the Owner to provide direct interface
with the Architect with respectto the owner's responsibilities.
II. COMPENSATION
2.1
THE OWNER AGREES TO PAY THE Architect AS COMPENSATION FOR HIS
SERVICES:
a-
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For his Basic Servicesprescribedin Article 3, Sections3.1 through 3.9 hereinafter,
an amount not to exceed$30,000.00basedupon 8o4of the Owner's Construction
Budget to be paid as prescribedin Article 9.I hereinafter.
b.
For Additional Servicesdefinedin Article 4 hereinafterto be paid as a Lump Sum,
the Lump Sumprescribedin the authorization,but not to exceedthe hoursexpended
basedupon the personnelcostsdescribedin Exhibit "A".
Reimbursableexpenseas definedin Article 8 hereinafter,not exceedingthe limits
of Sectionl12.06I of the FloridaStatutes.
III. ARCHITECT'SBASIC SERVICES
3.1
THE ARCHITECTAGREESTO PROVIDEBASICPROFESSIONAL
SERVICESFOR
THE PROJECTAS SETFORTHIN EXHIBITB, WHICHIS INCORPORATED
HEREIN
BY REFERENCE,
AND MOREPARTICULARLYDESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS.
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COMMONTO ALL PHASES
3.3
a.
He shall providethe servicesprescribedin the attachedExhibit "B" which forms a
part of this Agreement.
b.
He shall submit to the Owner for review and approvalthe Periodic Work Products
describedin the attachedExhibit B.
PROGRAMMING PHASE
a.
3.4
The Architect shall consultwith the Owner to ascertainthe requirements.
CONCEPTUAL SCHEMATIC DESIGN PHASE
a.
The Architect shall prepare,from the approvedProgramming PhaseDocuments,the
ConceptualSchematicDesignStudiesfor all componentsas necessaryto achievea
solution acceptableto the Owner. The ConceptualDesign Studiesshall consistof
sketches,concepts,organization,orientation,relationship to existing and future
facilities, energyconservationapproachesand equipmentparametersnecessaryto
clearly define the generalscopeand directionof the project.
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The Architect shall provide and distribute two (2) hard (paper) copies of the
Conceptual SchematicDesign Studies Documents for review and comment as
directedby the ProjectManager.
Up to three (3) meetingswith the ownersto agreeon conceptualDesigns.
3.5
DESIGNDEVELOPMENTPHASE
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The Architect shall prepare,from the approvedAdvanced SchematicDesign Studies
Documents,the DesignDevelopmentDocumentsconsistingofplans, elevationsand
other drawings, and outline specificationsto fix and illustrate the size and character
of the entire project in its essentialsas to kinds of materials.type of structure,
mechanical,electrical systems,civil/sitework and such other work as may be
required.
b.
The Architect shall coordinatethe development with the Project Manager and
provide the Owner with a review and comments of any Project Manager's cost
estimatesin an effort to ensurethe Projectstayswithin the ProjectBudget.
The Architect shall provideand distributetwo (2) hard (paper)copiesof the Design
Development Documents for review and comment as directed by the project
Manager.
3.6
CONSTRUCTION
DOCUMENTSPHASE
a.
The Architect shall prepare,from the approvedDesign DevelopmentDocuments.
ContractDocumentsconsistingof Working Drawingsand Specificationsandsetting
forth the requirementsfor the constructionand detail of the work.
b.
The Contract Documents shall be preparedfor the General Contract with the
Contractorandfor Bid Groups,if any, for specificwork asdesignatedby the Project
Managerwith the Agreementof the ConstructionTeam.
The nontechnical documentsconsisting of the necessarybidding information,
General Conditions of the Contract, SupplementaryGeneral Conditions of the
Contract,SpecialConditionsof the Contract, specifications,proposaland contract
form shallbe preparedby the Architectandmay be basedon standardAIA document
with modificationsrequestedby the Owner.
d.
The Architect shall provide and distribute three (3) hard (paper) copies of the
Contract Documentsfor the Contractoreach Bid Group, if any, for review and
comment,includingthe nontechnicaldocuments,asdirectedby the projectManager.
Upon approvalby the projectManagerof the ContractDocumentsfor the Contractor
and eachbid group,the Architectshallfurnishto the ProjectManagervellumsprints
of all drawingsand camerareadycopy of all specificationdata.
The Architect will provide the Owner with two copies of the documentsfor the
Contractorand eachbid group,which shallbe properly sealedand forwardedto the
ProjectManager. Copiesof the ContractDocumentsfor the Architect'susewill be
the responsibilityof the Architect. Upon approvalof the ContractDocuments,the
Architect will furnish the Owner with two (2) copiesof the CADD Documentsas
describedin Article 3.6 (m) hereinbelow.
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The Architect, consulting with the ConstructionTeam, shall prepare necessary
addendaand provide vellumns or czrmeraready copy of each as appropriate. All
addenda,prior to distribution,shall be approvedby the ProjectManager. Copiesof
eachaddendum,properly sealed,shall be forwardedto the ProjectManager.
h.
The Architect shall cooperatein the developmentof eachbid group with the Project
Manager.
The Architect shall provide Contract documents (Construction Drawings,
Specifications,etc.) which conform to applicablebuilding codes,zoning codes.
handicappedaccessibility laws, and generally accepted construction industry
standards.
The Architect shall signi$ his responsibilityfor the ContractDocumentsprepared
pursuanttothis Agreementby affixing his signature,dateand sealtheretoasrequired
by Chapters471 and 481, FloridaStatutes.
k.
Where this Agreementprovidesfor the Owner'sapprovalof the Architect'sdesign
suggestionsand decisions,such approval shall not relieve the Architect of any
responsibilityor warrantyhereunder.
The Architect, whetherutilizing a computeraided designand drafting application
(CADD) or a manualdesignand drafting technique,shall provide the Owner with
two (2) setsof disk files at the conclusionof 100%ConstructionDocumentsdefined
in Section3.6. Drawingfiles will be compatiblewith DOS or Windowsreleaseof
"AutoCad 14" (or earlier)dxf or Adobeformat.The Adobe .pdf format is preferable.
One namedelectronicdrawing file shouldyield exactly one final plot sheet. Files
should be savedso that the entireimageof intendedfinal sheet,as plotted, will fill
screenlimits ofthe computermonitor. Preferably,theprojectmanual(specifications)
should be in WordPerfector Adobe .pdf format; however,Microsoft Word (.doc)
files are alsoan acceptableformat. Disk files may be providedon CD media. if CD
technologyis not availableto Architect,then 3 Yz"floppy disk format is acceptable.
Do not use compressionprograms,such as pkzip or winzip. Drawings are to be
transmitted in a "bound" form with no x-refs and with all neededlayers turned on.
Includeany specialfonts or symbols(blocks)that may be neededto seamlesslyopen
the file.
3.7
BIDDING PFIASE
a.
The Architect shall be responsiblefor evaluationof constructionbids and development
of a recommendationfor bid award.
b.
TheArchitectshallevaluateproductequalsatthe requestofbiddersandmakea decision
on eachin a timely manner.
The Architect shall attendthe prebidconference.
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3.9
The Architectwill assistthe ProjectManagerin evaluatingall bids receivedandprovide
commentandrecommendationto the Owner on eachproposedauthorizationfor work.
CONSTRUCTIONPHASE
Construction Phase- The architect shall provide general inspection and oversight of the
Constructionof the ContractWork as follows:
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The ConstructionPhasewill commencewith a written authorizationfiom the Project
AdministratorfortheContractforConstructiontobeginand,togetherwiththeArchitect's
obligationto provideBasicServicesurder thisAgeement,will terminateupontheearlier
of the issuanceto the ownerof the final Certificatefor Payrnentor 60 davsafterthe date
os SubstantialCompletionof the Work.
Unless otherwise provided in this Agreement and incorporated in the Contract
Documents,the Architectshallprovidegeneralinspectionandoversightof the Conhact
for Constructionas setforth for the Constructioncontractas setforth below.
The Architect shall be a representative
of the Owner during the Construction,and shall
adviseand consultwith the Owner. Instructionsto the Contractorshall be forwarded
throughthe Architect. The Architectshallhaveauthorityto act on behaif of the Owner
only to the extentprovided in the ContractDocumentsunlessotherwisemodified by
written instrumentin accordancewith Subparagaph(r).
The Architectshallprovideperiodicvisitsto the siteasnecessary
to be generallyfamiliar
with the progressand quality of the Work and to determinein generalif the Work is
proceedingin accordancewith the ContractDocuments. On the basisof suchon-site
observationsof the Architect, the Architect shall keep the Owner informed of the
progressandquality of the Work, andshallendeavorto guardthe Owner againstdefects
and deficienciesin the Work of the Conftactor.
The Architect shall not have control or charge of and shall not be responsiblefor
construction means, methods, techniques,sequencesor procedures,or for safety
precautionsand programsin connectionwith the Work. for acts or omissionsof the
Contractor,subcontractor
or anyotherpersonsperforminganyof the Work, or for failure
of any of them to carryout the Work in accordancewith the ContractDocuments.Tne
Architect shall not be responsiblefor the Contractor.
The Architect shall at all times haveaccessto the Work whereverit is in preparationor
progress.
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Basedon the Architect'sobservationsat the site,andan evaluationof eachApplication
for Payment,theArchitectshalldeterminetheamountsowing to theContractorandshall
issuea Certificateof Paymentin suchamounts,asprovidedin the ContractDocuments.
h.
The issuanceof a Certificate for Payment shall constitutea representationby the
Architect to the Ownerthat,basedon the Architect'sobservationsat the site and on the
to thepoint indicated;
datacomprisingtheApplicationfor Payment,work hasprogressed
the quality of Work
and
belief,
knowledge,
information
that.to thebestof theArchitect's
aresubject
is in accordance
with theContractDocuments.The foregoingrepresentations
to: 1) to an evaluationof Work for conformancewith the ContractDocumentsupon
required
testsandinspections
Substantial
Completion,2) to theresultsor anysubsequent
by or performedundertheContact Docurnents,3) to conectionof minor deviationsfrom
the Contract Documents correctableprior to compietion. 4) and to any specific
qualifications expressedby the Architect, and stated in the Project Certificate for
Payrnent;and that the Conffactor is entitled to payment in the amount certified.
that the
However,the issuanceof a Certificatefor Palnnentshallnot be a representation
purpose
the
Contractor
what
for
Architecthasmadeanyexaminationto ascertainhow or
hasusedthe moniespaid on accountof the ContractSum.
Shoulddisagreement
occurbetweenthe Contractorand Architect over acceptabilitvof
work andconformancewith therequirementsofthe specificationsandplans.the Project
Managershall be the final judge of performanceand acceptability.
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All interpretationsand decisionsof the Architect shall be consistentwith the intent o-f.
and reasonablyinferablefrom, the ContractDocuments,and shall be in writing or in
graphicform.
The Architect'sdecisionin mattersrelatingto artistic effect shall be final if consistent
with the intentof theContractDocuments.TheArchitect'sdecisionson anyotherclaims,
disputesor other matters,including those in question between the Owner and the
Contractor,shall be subjectto claimsprovisionsprovidedin this Agreementand in the
ContractDocuments.
The Architectshallhaveauthoritvto rejectWork which doesnot conformto theContract
Documents.Whenever,in theArchitect'sreasonable
or advisable
opinion,it is necessary
to insureconformancewiththe provisionsofthe ContractDocuments,theArchitectshall
have authorityto requirespecialinspectionor testingof Work in accordancewith the
provisionsof the ConftactDocuments,whetheror not such work be then fabricated,
installedor completed;but the Architect shall take suchaction only after consultation
with the Contractorand Owner.
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The ArchitectshallreceivesubmittalssuchasShopDrawings,ProductDataandSampies
from the Contractorandshallreview andapproveor takeotherappropriateactionupon
them, but only for conformancewith the designconceptof the Project and with the
informationgivenin theContractDocuments.Suchactionshallbetakenwith reasonable
promptnessso asto causeno delay.The Architect'sapprovalof a specificitem shallnot
indicateapprovalof an assemblyof which the item is a component.
The Architect shall review and approveor take other appropriateaction on Change
Orderspreparedby the Contractorfor the Owner'sauthorizationin accordancewith the
ContractDocuments.
The Architect shall have authorityto order minor changesin Work not involving an
adjustrnentin a ContractSum or an extensionof a ContractTime and which are not
inconsistentwith the intentof the ContractDocuments.Suchchangesshall be effected
by written orderissuedto the Contractorendorsedby the ProjectManager.
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TheArchitect,assistedby theContractor,shallconductirspectionsto determinethedates
of substantiaicompletionandfinal completionand shail issueappropnateCertificates.
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The ArchitectshallassisttheContractorinreceivingandforwardingto theOwnerwritten
warrantieszurdrelateddocumentsassembledby the Contractors.
The extentof the duties,responsibiiitiesand limitationsof authorityof the Architect as
a representativeof the Owner during constructionshail not be restricted.modified or
extendedwithout the wrinen consentof the Owner.
IV. ADDITIONAL SERVICES OF THE ARCHITECT
4.1
The following servicescausetheArchitectextraexpense.If anyof theseservicesarepreviously
authorizedin writing by the Owner(or ProjectManager),theyshallbe paid for by the Owneras
a Lump Sum or at the hourly rate describedin Exhibit "A", whichever is specified in the
authorization.
a.
Additional servicesdue to significantchangesin generalscopeof the Project or its
requirementsincluding,but not limited to, changesin size,complexity,or characterof
constructionunlessnecessary
to bring the projectwithin the ConstructionBudget.
b.
Revising previously approved drawings or specificationsto accomplish changes
requestedby Owner.
Providing DetailedCost Estimates.
d.
When requiredby the Owner,preparingdocumentsfor ChangeOrders.
Consultationconcemingreplacement
of anywork damagedby fire or othercauseduring
constructionandfumishingprofessionalservicesofthe typessetforth in Article 3 asmay
be requiredin connectionwith the replacementof suchwork.
Arranging for the work to proceedshouldthe Confactor defaultdue to delinquencyor
insolvency.
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Providingprolongedcontact administrationandobservationof constructionshouldthe
constructionconhactcompletiontime beexceededby morethan60 days dueto no fault
ofthe Architect. TheArchitect'seffortsnecessarytoaccomplishSubstantialCompletion
and Final Completion inspectionsare included as a basic service and shall not be
consideredas an item of prolongedcontact administation and observation,regardless
of when performed.
h.
Servicesof special consultantsrequestedby the Owner for other than the normal
structural,mechanicaland electricaiengineeringservices,and servicesof estimators
makingdetailedcostestimates.
Servicesof consuitantsproviding surveys,subsurfaceinvestigationsand testing.
Providinganyrequested
renderings.
V. TIME
The Architect shall perform Basic and Additional Servicesas expeditiouslyas is consistentwith
professionalskill and careand the orderiyprogess of the Project. Within l0 working daysfrom the
Owner's executionof this Ageement, the Architectshall submit,for the Owner's approvala proposed
projectschedule.UpontheOwner'sapprovai,theprojectscheduleshallbe considered
Exhibit 6(C"and
incorporatedherein as if originally attached.Exhibit C may be amplified upon or modified by the
Contractorwth the agreementofthe Architectand Owner,which agreementshall not be unreasonably
withheld.
VI. THE OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES
6.1
The Owner shall provide firll informationasto its requirementsfor the Project.
o.,
The Owner shall designaterepresentatives
authorizedto act in its behalf. It shall examine
documentssubmittedby the Architectandrenderdecisionspertainingtheretopromptlyto avoid
unreasonabledelay in the progressof the Architect'swork. It shall observethe procedureof
issuingordersto Contractoronly throughthe Architect.
6.3
The Owner shall retain a GeneralContractorfollowing competitive bid. The Contractor's
services,dutiesandresponsibilitieswill beasdescribedin the GeneralContractBetweenOwner
and Contractorpreparedby the Architect and will not be modified without notification of the
Architect.
6.4
The Owner shall fumish or direct the Architect to obtain, at the Owner'sexpense,a certified
surveyofthe sitegiving, asrequired,gradesandlinesof streets,alleys,pavementsandadjoining
property; rights of way, restrictions,easements,encroachments,zoning, deed restrictions,
boundariesandcontoursofthe buildingsite;locations,dimensionsandcompletedatapertaining
to existingbuildings,otherimprovementsandhees;firll informationasto availableserviceand
utility lines, both public andprivate;andtestboringsandpits necessaryfor determiningsubsoil
conditions. The Architect'sservicesin obtainingthis databy othersshall be included in basic
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6.5
The Ownershallpayfor ofF-sitecivil engineering.Engineeringservicesrequiredto designutilitv
connections,drivewayconnectionsandotherlvpical projectfeatweswithin streetrights-of-way
boundingthe project site shall not be consideredoff-site engineering.
6.6
The Owner shall anangeand pay for suchlegal,auditingand insurancecounselingservicesas
mav be requiredbv the Owner for the Proiect.
6.7
If the Owner observesor otherwisebecomesawareof any defectin the Project.it shall give
prompt written noticethereofto the Architectand Contractor.
6.8
If the estimateof ConstructionCost or detailedcost estimatesare in excessof any limit stated
herein,the Ownermay give writtenapprovalof an increasein the limit or it shallcooperatein
revisingthe project scopeor quality,or both, to reducethe cost as required.
VII. CONSTRUCTIONCOST
7.1
COSTDEFINED
CONSTRUCTION
The ConstructionCostshall be the total costto the Owner of all elementsof the Project
designedor specifiedby the Architect. The constructioncost shall not exceedthe
Owner'sConstructionBudgetwhich shallbe consideredthe fixed limit of Construction
Cost. The Owner'sconstructionbudeetis setforth in Section1.4f.
I
D.
The ConstructionCostshallalsoincludethe costof labor andmaterialsfurnishedby the
Owner and any equipmentwhich has been designed,specified,selectedor specially
provided for by the Architect. It shall also include the Contractor'scompensationfor
services,ReimbursableCostsandthe costof work providedby the Contractor.
ConstructionCostdoesnot includethecompensationofthe Architectandthe Architect's
consultants.thecostofthe land,rights-of-way,or othercostswhich aretheresponsibility
of the Owner.
7.2
RESPONSIBILITYFOR CONSTRUCTIONCOST
It is recognized,rhatneitherthe Architect,nor the Owner has control over the cost of
labor, materialsor equipment,over the Contractors'methodof determiningbid prices.
or over competitive bidding, market or negotiating conditions. Accordingly, the
Architect cannotanddoesnot warrantor representthat bids or negotiatedpriceswiil not
vary from the Projectbudgetproposed,establishedor approvedby the Owner.
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If Bids are not receivedwithin the time scheduledat the time the fixed limit of
ConstructionCostwasestablished
dueto causesbeyondtheArchitect'scontrol,anyfixed
limitof ConstructionCostestablishedas
aconditionofthisAgreementshallbemutuaily
adjustedto reflectany changein the generallevel of pricesin the constructionindustry
beween the originally scheduleddateand the dateon which Bids arereceived.
c.
If the fixed limit of ConstructionCostis exceededby the sum ofthe lowestfiguresfrom
bonafide Bids of negotiatedproposals,plus the Contractor'sestimateof otherelements
of ConstructionCost for the Project,the Owner shall (1) give written approvalof an
increasein suchfixed limit, (2) authorizerebiddingor renegotiationof the Projector
portionsof the Projectwithin a reasonable
time, or (3) cooperatein revisingthe Project
quality
the
scopeand
asrequiredto reduce ConstructionCost. In the caseof item (3) the
Architectshallmodi! the DrawingsandSpecificationsasnecessaryto comply with the
fixed limit, without additionalcost to the Owner if the Rrchitecthas concurredin the
Cost.Theprovidingof suchserviceshallbe
ProjectManager'sestimateof Construction
the limit of the Architect'sresponsibilityarisingfrom the establishmentof suchfixed
limit, andhavingdoneso,the Architectshallbe entitledto compensationfor all services
performedin accordance
with this Agreement.whetheror not the ConstructionPhaseis
commenced.
VIII.
8.1
REIMBURSABLEEXPENSES
ReimbursableExpensesinclude acnralexpenditures,not incidentalto the servicesdefined in
madeby the Architect
Article 3, not exceeding
the limits of Section112.061of FloridaStatutes.
in the interestof the Projectfor the following incidentalexpenses.All reimbursableexpenses
requirepreviouswritten authorizationfrom the Owner (or the ProjectManager).
Expenseof transportationand living of principals and employeeswhen traveling rn
connectionwith servicesotherthanthosedefinedin Article 3; reproductionof drawings
andspecifications,
excludingcopiesfor Architect'sofice useandsetsat eachphasefor
the Owner's, Contractorand Owner's review and approvaland sets fumished under
Article 3; andfeespaid for securingapprovalof authoritieshavingjurisdiction over the
Project.
b.
Expenseof any additionalinsurancecoverageor limits, including professionailiabiiiw
insurance,requestedby the Owner in excessof that requiredto be maintainedby the
Architect at the Architect'sexpenseas provided in Section 16.10, carriedby the
Architect and the Architect'sconsultants.
IX. PAYMENTSTO TIIE ARCHITECT
9.1
PAYI\4ENTS
ON ACCOTINTOFARCHITECT'S
SERVICES
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For Architect's Basic Services, paymentsshall be made for servicesperformedas
follows:
SchematicDesi$ Phase
15% through submittalof conceptualschematicdocuments
$ 4,500.00
DesignDevelopmentPhase
25% through submittalof designdevelopmentdocuments
$ 7,500.00
ConstructionDocumentsPhase
completedconstructiondocuments
35% throughsubmittalof 50%o
s10,500.00
Bidding & NegotiationPhase
5.00% throughreceiptof bids
$ 1, 500.00
ConstructionPhase
20.00% throughcompletionof construction
$ 6,000.00
$30.000.00
Feesto be paid in accordance
with Section16.5basedupon work completed,consistentwith
phasemaximum set forth in the abovebreakdown;fees may not be billed or paid for work
completedin a new phaseuntil work completedin a previousphasehasbeenapproved.
9.2
b.
Paymentsfor Additional Servicesofthe Architectasdefinedin Article 4 hereinaboveas
a Lump Sum shall be madeasprescribedin the Authorization.
c.
Thirly (30) calendardaysshallbeallowedfor the Owner'sinspectionand approvalofthe
goodsand servicesfor which any invoice hasbeensubmitted.
PAYI\4ENTS WITHHELD
No deductionsshall be madefrom the Architect'scompensationon accountof penaltv,
liquidateddamagesor othersumswithheld from paymentsto Contractor,or on account
of changesin ConstructionCostotherthanthosefor which the Architect is held legally
liable.
b.
9.3
The Architect shall not withhold paymentsto consultantsif suchpaymentshave been
madeto theArchitectby theOwner. Shouldthis occurfor anyreason,the Architectshall
immediately return such monies to the Owners, adjusting pay requestsand project
bookkeepingasrequired.
PROJECT SUSPENSIONOR ABANDONMENT
If the Projectis suspendedor abandonedin whole or in part for more than threemonths,the Architect
shallbe compensated
for all servicesperformedprior to receiptof written noticefrom the Ownerof such
abandonment,togetherwith ReimbursableExpensesthen due.
X. ARCIIITECT'S ACCOTJNTING RECORDS
Recordsof the Architect'sDirect Personnel,Consultant,and ReimbursableExpensepertainingto this
project shall be kept on a generallyrecognizedaccountingbasisand shall be availableto the Owner or
his authorizedrepresentativeat mutually convenienttimes.
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XI. TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT
1 1 . 1 TerminationFor CauseOr Mutual Agreement.This Ageementmaybeterminatedby eitherparly
or shouldonepartyfail substantiallytoperform
uponseven(7) days'noticeby mutualagreement,
in accordancewith its terms tlrough no fault of the other. Also, this Agreementmay be
unilaterally terminatedby the Owner for refusalby the Architect to allow public accessto all
documents,papers,lettersor othermaterialsubjectto the provisionsof Chapter119,Florida
Statutes,and made or receivedby the Architect or his consultantsin conjunction with this
Agreement.ln theeventoftermination,dueto thefault of othersthantheArchitect.theArchitect
thenduepius
shall bepaid for servicesperformedto terminationdate,includingreimbursements
proventerminal expense.
I 1 . 2 TerminationFor Convenience.Theperformanceof work underthis contractmay beterminated
with this clausein whoie,or from time to time in part.wheneverthe
by the Owner in accordance
Owner shall determinethat such termination is in the best interest of the Owner. Upon
termination,the Architectshallbe entitledto paymentandprofit for work completedto the time
of termination,only. Profit shallbedeemedto beuniformly distributedthroughoutthe approved
of completionshallbe determinedby the
Scheduledescribedin Section9.1a.The percentage
Owner,baseduponthe approvedSchedule.
XII. RESERVED
XIII. REUSEOF DOCUMENTS
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prepared
pursuant
TheDocuments
to thisAgreement
shallnot beusedon otherprojects
exceptby agreement
in writing.
XIV. SUCCESSORSAND ASSIGNS
to the
The Owner and the Architect eachbinds itself, successors,
assignsand legal representatives
other parfy to this Agreementin respectof all covenantsof this Agreement.Neither the Owner nor
the Architect shall assisn.subletor transferits interestin this Aseement without the written consent
of the other.
XV. CLAIMS AND DISPUTES
1 5 . 1 Under the terms of this contractthe Architect shall not haveany right to compensationother
than, or in additionto, that providedby this contractto satisfyany claim of any kind
whatsoeverunlessthe claim thereforis deliveredto the Owner within ninety (90) daysfrom
the dateon which the act or eventconstitutingthe basisof suchclaim occurs. Failureto
presentany claim arisingunderthis confractwithin the ninety (90) day time period specified
aboveshall constitutewaiver and abandonmentof claimant'srisht to seekadministrative
considerationof saidclaim.
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15.2
to the Owner stating:
All suchclaims shall setforth in a petitionaddressed
a.
The Architect'snameand businessaddress;
b.
A concisestatementof the ultimatefacts,including a statementof all disputedissues
of materialfact. uponwhich the claim is based;
c.
A conoisestatementof the provisionsof the contract,togetherwith any federal.state
and local laws, ordinancesor coderequirementsor customarypracticesand usagesin
the tradeor professionassertedto be applicableto the questionspresentedby the
claim: and
d.
A demandfor that specificrelief to which the Architect deemshimself entitled.
15.3
Within thirry (30) daysfrom the receiptof any petition settingforth the claim, the Owner shall
provide the Archrtectits written responsestatingOwner'spositionwith respectto eachclaim
asserted.Thereafter,upon not lessthanthirfy (30) daysnoticeto the Architect.the Owner
will submit to non-bindingmediationin accordancewith the Florida Rulesof Civil Procedure
in an effort to resolvethe dispute. Shouldmediationresultin an impasse,the Architect may
resortto suchcivil actionasthe Architectmay be advisedsubjectto venueand forum
restrictionscontainedin Section14.4.
15.4
The venuefor all civil and administrativeactionsagainstthe Owner shall be in Okeechobee
County,unlessotherwiseagreedby the parties.
I 5.5
In the eventof any litigation to enforcethe termsof this Agreement,the prevailing parry shall
be entitledto reasonableattomey'sfeesand costswhich aredirectly atlributedto such
litigation both at the trial and appellatelevel.
XYI.
PROHIBITION AGAINST CONTINGENT FEES
The Architect warrantsthat he hasnot employedor retainedany companyor person,otherthan a
bona fide employeeworking solelyfor the architectto solicit or securethis agreementand that he has
not paid or agreedto pay any person,company,corporation,individual or firm other than a bona fide
employeeworking solely for the architectany fee,commission,percentage,gift, or any other
considerationcontingentupon or resultingfrom the awardor making of this Agreement. For the
breachor violation of this provision,the Owner shallhavethe right to terminatethis Agreement
without liability and, at its discretion,to deductfrom the Basic ServicesCompensation,or otherwise
gift, or consideration.
recover,the full arnountof suchfee, commission,percentage,
XVII.
l1.I
SPECIAL PROVISIONS
The Architectmustusethe latesteditionof the Professional
ServicesGuide(PSG)provided
by Building Construction,Departrnentof ManagementServices,Stateof Florida. It is
furnishedto assistthe Architect in the performanceof his servicesunderthis Agreement.
Sincethis documentis merelya guide,the Architect must discussthe specificrequirementsof
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which apply.
17.2
Monthly Reports:None
17.3
The Architect shall take minutesof all meetingsheld with the Owner and shall provide copies
of the sarneto the Owner within ten (10) daystbllowing suchmeetings.
17.4
for servicesor expenses
shallbe submittedmonthlyin
Bills for feesor othercompensation
detail sufficient for a properpreauditandpostauditthereof. Bills for any travel expensesshall
with procedures
specifiedin Section112.061ofthe Florida
be submittedin accordance
Statutesgovemingpaymentsby the Owner for travel expenses.Travel expenses,when
authonzed.may be reimbursedin an amountnot to exceedthe maximum amountestablished
in Section112.061.
17.5
Architect'sPavmentRishts.
Upon receiptof an invoice,the Owner hasthirry (30) calendardaysto inspectand
therein(seeArticle 9.1(c)hereinabove).
approvethe invoiceand servicesrepresented
A checkfor all approvedinvoiceswill be availableon the 35'hday following receipt.
b.
17.6
Invoiceswhich haveto be retumedto an Architect becauseof Architect preparation
errorswill result in a delayin the payment. The invoice paymentrequirementsdo not
startuntil a properlycompletedinvoice is providedto the Owner.
Public Entity Crime InformationStatement
A personor affiliate who hasbeenplacedon the convictedvendorlist following a conviction for a
public entity crime may not submit a bid on a contractto provide any goodsand servicesto a public
entrty,may not submit a bid on a contact with a public entity, for the constructionor repair of a
public building or public work, may not submitbids on leasesof real properlyto a public entity,may
not be awardedor perform work as a conftactor,supplier,subcontractor,or consultantunder a
contractwith any public entity, and may not transactbusinesswith any public entity in excessof the
threshoidamountprovidedin Section287.017,for CATEGORY TWO for a period of 36 months
from the dateof being placedon the convictedvendorlist. The Architect shall ensurethat all persons
or firms either subcontractingto the Architector bidding on the Projectexecutesan Public Entity
Crime affidavit certifoingsuchpersonor firm is not disqualifiedfrom working on the Project.
17.7
UnauthorizedAliens
The Owner shall considerthe employmentby Architect of unauthorizedaliensa violation of
section274A(e) of the ImmigrationandNationalizationAct. Suchviolationsshall be cause
for unilateralcancellationof this conftact.
17.8
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Contacts Which RequireAnnual Appropriation;ContingencyStatement.
The Owner's performanceand obligationto pay underthis contractis contingentupon an annual
appropriationby the Owner,howeverfailureto continueappropriationsshall not excusethe Owner's
liability for paymentto the Architect for servicesrenderedto the dateof contractterminationas
provided.
hereinabove
17.9
IndemnificationAnd Waverof Liability
a.
The Architect agrees,to the fullest extentpermittedby law, to indemniff and hold the
Owner harrniessfrom any damage,liability or cost (including reasonableattomeys'
feesand costsof defense)to the extentcausedby the Architect,or its agent'sand
employee's.negligentacts,errorsor omissionsin the performanceof professional
or anyonefor
servicesunderthis Agreementand thoseof Architect's subconsultants
whom the Architectis legallyliable.
b.
The Owner agrees,to the fullest extentpermittedby law, to indemnifuand hold the
Architect harmlessfrom any damage,liability or cost (including reasonableattomeys'
feesand costsof defense)to the extentcausedby the Owner's negligentacts.errorsor
omissionsand thoseof its contractors,subcontmctorsor consultantsor anyonefor
whom the Owner is legally liable,andarisingfrom the projectthat is the subjectof
this Agreement.
The Architect is not obligatedto indemni$ the Owner in any mannerwhatsoeverfbr
the Owner'sown negligence.
d.
The partiesagee that ONE HI-INDRED DOLLARS ($100.00)representsspecific
considerationto the Architectfor the indemnificationsetforth in this Apreement.
The Architect herebyacknowledges
receiptof ONE HLINDRED DOLLARS
(s100.00)
f.
and other good and valuableconsiderationfrom the Owner in exchangefor giving the
Owner the indemnificationprovidedherein.
I7.10 lnsuranceRequirements.The Architect shallmaintainduring the terms,exceptas noted.of
this Agreementthe following insurance:
a.
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ProfessionalLiability lnsurancein theamountof$1,000,000.00,withdeductible
per claim not to Exceed$25,000.00,which shallbe the limit of liability providing for
all sumswhich the Architect shallbecomelegally obligatedto pay as damagesfor
claims arisingout of the servicesperformedby the Architect or any personemployed
by it in connectionwith this Agreement.This insuranceshall be maintainedfor three
yearsafter completionof the constructionand acceptanceof any Work coveredby this
Agreement. However,the Architectmay purchaseSpecificProject
Architect's/Engineer's ProfessionalLiability Insurancewhich is also acceptable.
17.ll
b.
Comprehensivegeneralliability insurancewith broadform endorsement,including
owned and non-ownedautomobileliability, completedoperationsand products
liability, contractualliabiliry, severabilityof interestswith crossliability provision,and
personalirj.rfv andpropertydamageliabiiity with limits of $ I ,000,000.00combined
single limit per occurrencefor bodily injury and properlydamage. Saidpolicy or
policies shall nameOwner asadditionalinsuredand shall reflect the hold harmiess
provisioncontainedherein.
c.
Workman's CompensationInsurancefor the employeesof Architect as requiredby
Florida Statutes,Section440,andemployers'liability insurancewith iimits not less
thanS100.000.00.
d.
Other (or increasedamountsofl insurancewhich Owner shail from time to time deem
at the Owner'sexpense.Suchnew or additionalinsuranceto
advisableor appropriate,
be ef[ectiveas of the soonerof 60 daysafter notice thereofor the next annualrenewal
of ani' policy being increased(asapplicable).
e.
All policiesfor tnder this Section16,exceptprofessionalliability, shallcontain
waiver of subrogationagainstOwnerwhereapplicable,shall expresslyprovide that
suchpolicy or policiesareprimary over any other collectiveinsurancethat Owner
may have.
f.
All of the aboveinsuranceis to be placedwith Best-ratedA-8 or betterinsurance
companies,qualifiedto do businessunderthe laws of the Stateof Florida.
g.
Exceptasto Sections16.10aand 16.10c,the Agentand Ownershallbe namedasan
additionaiinsued undersuchpolicies. The Owner reservesthe right to requesta copy
of requiredpoliciesfor review.
h.
All policies shall provide for 30 daysnoticeto Owner prior to cancellationor material
change.
ElechonicMail Capabilities.
The Architectmusthaveelectronicmail capabilitiesthroughthe
World Wide Web. It is the intentionof the Ownerto useelectroniccommunicationwhenever
possiblefor this project. When possible,plansand specificationsfor review purposeswiil
alsobe transmittedelectronicallyto the Owner. The Architect shall provide its electronicmail
addressand a nameof a noint of contactfor electroniccommunications.
17.12 Discrimination. The *"*,"",
shall assurethat no personshall be excluded,on the gounds of
race,color, creed,nationalorigin, handicap,ageor sex,from participationin, deniedthe
benefitsof, or be otherwisesubjectedto discriminationin any activity under,this Agreement.
The CONTRACTOR shall take all measuresnecessaryto effectuatetheseassurances.
17.13 Severability. That, shouldany term or provisionof this Agreementbe held, to any extent,
invalid or unenforceable,as againstanyperson,entity or circumstanceduring the term hereof,
by force of any statute,law, or tolitrg of any forum of competentjurisdiction, suchinvalidity
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shall not affect any otherterm or provisionof this Ageement, to the extent that the
Agreementshall remain operable.enforceableand in full force and effect to the extent
permittedby law.
17.14 Entire Agteement. That this Agreementstatesthe entireunderstandingbetweenthe parties
and supersedes
any written or oral representations,
statements,negotiations,or agreementsto
the contrary. Architect recognizesthat any representations,
statementsor negotiationsmade
by the Courty staffdo not suffice to legally bind the County in a contractualrelationship
unlessthey have beenreducedto writing, authorized,and signedby the authorizedCounty
representatlves.
17.15 Construction.Shouldanyprovisionof this Agreementbe subjectto judicial interpretation,
it
is agreedthat the court interpretingor consideringsuchprovision will not apply the
presumptionor rule of constructionthat the termsof this Agreementbe more strictly
construedagainstthe parrywhich itself or throughits counselor other agentpreparedthe
same.as all partiesheretohaveparticipatedin the preparationof the final form of this
Agreementthroughreview by their respectivecounsel,if any, and/or the negotiationof
specific language,and, therefore,the applicationof suchpresumptionor rule of construction
would be inappropriateand conftaryto the intent of the parties.
17.16 Waiver. The indulgenceof eitherparfy with regardto any breachor failure to perform any
provision of this Ageement shall not be deemedto constitutea waiver of the provision or any
portion of this Agreement,eitherat the time the breachor failure occursor at any time
throughoutthe term of this Agreement.
17.17 ForceMajeure. Notwithstandingany provisionsof this Agreementto the contrary,the parties
shall not be held liable if failure or delayin the performanceof this Agreementarisesfrom
fires, floods, strikes,embargos,actsof the public enemy,unusuallysevereweather,out break
of war, restraintof govemment,riots, civil commotion,force majeure,act of God, or for any
other causeof the samecharacterwhich is unavoidablethroughthe exerciseof due careand
beyondthe control of the parties. This provision shall not apply if the "Scopeof Work" of
this Agreementspecifiesthat perforrnanceby the Architect is specificallyrequiredduring the
occrurenceof any of the eventshereinmentioned.
17.18 Headings.All headingsarefor clarificationonly and arenot to be usedin anyjudicial
constructionof this Agreementor any paragraph.
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IN WITNESSWHEREOF,the partiesheretohaveexecutedthis Agreementthe dayandyearfirs written
above.
BOARD OF COI.]NTY COMMISSIOI\IERS
oKEECHOBEE COUNTY, FLORIDA
ATTEST:
SHARONROBERTSON.
Boardof Countv
Okeechobee
County,Florida
CLIF BET|S. JR..Chairman
GROIJP,INC.
By:
WITNESS
WTTNESS
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'lrrt,Ar*r
RICHARDS: BACON.President
EXHIBITA
ARCHITECT'SKEY PERSONNEL
& COSTS
Name
Position
Houriv Rate
Principal/Architect
s115.00
Proj. Manager
s e0.00
Sr. StructuraiEngineer
$ 80.00
ProjectArchitecy'Engineer s 75.00
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ComputerDesignerDrafter
$ s0.00
Clerical
s 40.00
DGIIBIT B
ARCHITECT'S SCOPEOF SERVICES
l.
basicservices,including landscape& irrigationdesign;
2.
all architect'spersonneltime,transportation& living expenseassociatedwith delivery of
basicservices;
3.
all structural,mechanical.civil, electricalengineeringconsultant'stime, transportation&
living expenseassociatedwith deliveryof basicservices;
4.
reproductionof all documentsevidencingthe completionof eachdesignphaseof the basic
servicesfor Owner's and Using Agency's review and approval(3 copiesper designphase);
5.
reproductionof documentsrequiredfor bidding the project;documentsetsto be made
availableto biddersby architectwith the costto be reimbursedby the Owner;
6.
reproductionof all documentsrequiredby architectand consultantsfor their usein performing
basicservices;
7.
all architect'spersonneltime and expenseassociatedwith obtainingproposalsfrom and
administeringthe work of specializedconsultantsfor otherthan stuctural, mechanical,civil and electrical
engineeringservicesrequiredin supportof the basicservices;
8.
all architect'spersormeltime and expensein performingpermitting functionsnot requiring
specialdrawings,specialmeetingsand hearings;
9.
all telephone,telegraph,mailing, copyingand othermiscellaneouscostsof the architectand
his consultantsin performingthe basicservices;
10.
suchother basicservicesdescribedin the body of this Agreement.
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DC{IBIT B (continued)
ARCHITECT'S SCOPEOF SERVICES
Basicservicesdoesnot include:
l.
"long distancetravel", i.e., architect'spersonneltime, transportation& living expenseoutside
that requiredfor supportof basic servicesand for which prior Countyauthorizationhasbeenobtained(such
as accompanyingelectedofficials during tou(s) of facilitiessimilar to this project or touring suchfacilitiesat
County'srequest)(seeArticle IV);
2.
Documentrevisionsnecessitated
by recommendation(s)
of specializedconsultantrequested
by County subsequentto preparationof original documents(seeSectiona.lb);
3.
oflsite civil engineering.Engineeringseruicesrequiredto designutility connections,
driveway connectionsand other typical project feanres within streetrights-of-way botrnding the project site
shall not be consideredoflstreet engineering(seeSection6.5).
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EXHIBITC
PROJECT
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SUBJECT: RATIFICATION OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
AGREEMENT
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Local #2gls InternationalAssociationof Firefightershave ratified and executedthe attached
CollectiveBargainingAgreement. The most significantchangeof this agreementwas salaries.In
an effort to remaincompetitivewith our surroundingcounties,salariesfrom Brevard Corurty,St.
Lucie County, Martin County and PalmBeachCountywere usedto establishnew pay ranges. A
firefighter/EMTstartingbasepaywas$24,095...now startingbasepayis$27,544.Thecostofthis
will be $113,451.In additionto this figure,are the merit
pay adjustmentfor existingemployees
withinthe fue rescuebudgetto offset
increases,
whichwill cost$42,367.Fundingwillbe transferred
the increasedcostsassociatedwith this agreement.However,it will be necessaryto transferfunds
into the fire rescuefund at a later dateto replenishline accountsto be reducedat this time. Other
changeswere minor in nature,they tendedto either clanfi, firrther defineor removeunnecessary
articlesof the agreement.
The only matter remainingis for the board to ratiff this agreement. After it is ratified, all pay
adjustmentswill be submittedto finance.
RECOMMENDATTON(S):
That the board ratify the Collective Bargaining Agreement with "Local #2918 International
Association o f Firefighters".
Approved for Agenda
Item #
2128/02
PageI of22
Subject:
RATIFTCATION OF COL,LECTM
BARGAINING AGREEMENT
IIEM
bargaining
on a new collective
that negotiations
It is anticipated
of
that
and ratification
firefighters,
with
the
agreement
to the February 28, 2002 BOCC
be completed prior
agreement, will
be provided under separate
A copy of the agreement will
meeting.
by the union.
ratification
cover following
RECOMMENDATION
That the BOCC ratify
the collective
I
n
t
e
r
n
a
t
i
o
n
a
l
Association
"Local #29LA
Approved
for
Agenda
nistrator
bargaining
agreement
of Firefightersrr.
with
rtem | |
2/28/62
Page 1-of 1
I I
Subject
FP & L STREETLIGHTINGAGREEilENT
rrEMlL
Pleasesee aftachedmemorandum.
RECOiIiiENDATION:
Thatthe BOCCauthorizethe CountyAdministrator
to executestandardagreements
with
FP & L, as required,to facilitatestreetlightinstallations
authorizedby establishedpolicy
or specificBOCCaction.
Approvedfor Agenda
CounttAdministrator
Ke
I t e ml 2
02t28t02
Page1 ot2
MEMORANDUM
TO:
GeorgeA. Long,CountyAdministrator
FROM:
Jr.,County Attorrre/d
JohnD. Cassels,
DATE:
January23,2002
SUBJECT: FPL StreetLighting Agreement
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****{<{<{'{'*'kt<'f*'&*tt:!**>k>F*'ft"(
If you will recall,Florida Powerdevelopedandpresentedto the Countya "new" StreetLighting Agreement
which FPL representativesinsist must be executedbefore any new streetlighting is installed or existing
streetlighting will be further maintained.
As portions of the form agreementwhere poorly written or unclear, staff requestedchangeswhich were
rejected by the utility citing the form was approved by the PSC and could not be changed. This is not
exactlytrue. The form itself is not approvedby the PSC,however,many significantprovisionscontained
thereinare listed in the PSC rate tariff and could not be changed.
Although there are provisions which undoubtedlycould be modified by FPL, they have chosennot to do so
in the interest of standardizationamong the numerousmunicipalities and counties they serve.
Simply put, significant changes to the form could not be made due to PSC approved content and, the
remaining grammatical, stylistic or clarification changes are not going to be made voluntarily by the
company. Quite frankly, they are not worth the County foregoing any additional streetlights. Becauseof
this, it is my recommendationthat the County relent and acceptthe utilities form as the alternative would
be to halt installationof new streetlights.
Finally, a review of the tariff and accounting details for FPL indicatesthat they will often "estimate" the
original installation costs of a streetlight when determining the chargethat would be made to the County
upon removal of that unit. As such,it would be helpful for staff to obtain from FPL the installationand
streetlight costsat the time the light is requestedsothat we canensurethe Countyis beingchargedcorrectly
in the event the unit must be removed in the future.
JDC/tlr
cc:
Jim Threewits,DeputyCountyAdministrator
l l6 wPD]
[7000-45
Subject:
BOARD & COMMITTEE APPIJICATION/QUESTIONNAIRE
rrEM | 3
for persons
On February L5, 2OO2 a draft application/questionnaire
seeking appointment to the County's various boards & committees was
The
review/changes/comments.
BOCC for
to
the
distributed
into
the
attached
have been incorporated
recommended changes
appl icat ion/quest ionnaire .
RECOMMENDATION
That the BOCC consider
Application/Questionnaire
Approved
for
Agenda
of
the approval
as submitted.
the
Board
& Committee
rtem /.1
?!"32/i',",6
tu
n i stra to r
QI'ESTIONNAIRE
FOR
OKEECHOBEE COI'IITY
BOARD A}ID COMMITTEE APPOIIITMEIITS
BOARD OF COI'NTY COI.IMISSIONBRS
COIIRTHOIISE, ROOM 105, OKEBCIIOBEE, FIJORIDA 34972
*
and is noE
will
This information
be used to provide demographic statistics
Pleaee tlpe or
on any basis.
requested
for the purpose of diecriminating
uge black ink.
1
Board of
2.
Current
2
Are
4.
* Do you have a disability?
Yes
If "Yesrr, please describe your disability
if applicable.
appointment,
you
Interest:
Employer
and Occupation:
applying
for
5.
* Sex:
MaIe
6.
* Race:
White
Hispanic-American
1
reappointment:
Yes
No
No
that
would gualify
you for
this
FemaLe
Native -American/Alaskan
Asian/Pacific
Islander
Native
African-American
Do you now, or have you, within
the l-asE three years, been a member of any
club or organization
in practice
that,
to your knowledge,
or policy,
restricts
membership or restricted
membership during
the time that you
belonged on the basis of race, religion,
national
origin,
or gender?
Yes
No
If
so,
detail
the
name and nature
of
club(s)
the
or
policies
organization(s),
relevant
and practices,
and state whether you
intend
to continue
as a member if you are appointed
to a counEy board or
committee by the Board of County Commissioners.
Appli-cant' s Name, including
commonly used (please print)
QnESTTONITATRE FOR BOARD OF COI'LTY COUMTSSTONAPPOTIITMEIITS
questionnaire
will
be used by the Board of County
from this
The information
The questionnaire
action on your appointment.
@!
Commissioners in considering
where appropriate.
Answer nnonetr or rtnot applicable"
BE COMPLETEDfN FULL.
Ln black lnk.
PleaEe Elpe or print
Date
t.
Completed
Name:
z.
Address:
Business
Street
?
Street
the preferred
A.
State
Zip
Code
City
State
Zip
Code
mailing
List
all
your
places
of
Address
Fax #
Citv
Citv
Address
5.
Date of
6.
Social
Security
a
Driver
License
8.
Have you
Yes
9.
Are
Birth:
you are
the
last
(5) years.
five
From
& State
residences outside
during adulEhood.
Birth:
Number:
Number:
or
States
a naturalized
Issuing
been known by any other
If trYestr Explain
citizen?
citizen,
Yes
date
No
of
State:
legal
Jf
name?
trNorr Explain
naturalizaEion:
To
of Fforida
From
& State
Place of
ever used
No
you a united
for
residence
List
all your former and current
you have maintained
at any time
B.
If
address:
Residence
Business
4.
City
Address:
Residence
Specify
Midd1e/Maiden
First
Last
Mr./Mrs./Ms.
To
that
what year
have you been a continuous
l-0.
Since
11-.
Are you a registered
If IYes" list:
Note:
!4.
A.
High
School
B.
List
all
Are you or
States?
Year
Name & Location
postsecondary
educational
Dates Attended
institutions
to
Dates of
B.
Branch
C.
Date & a*.
Graduated:
att.ended:
Certificate/Deqree
have you ever been a member of the
Yes
No
If "Yes" list:
A.
Received
armed forces
of
the
United
service:
or
componenE:
o,
discharge:
Have you ever been arrested,
charged, or indicted
for violation
of any
federal,
state,
counEy, or municipal
1aw, regulation,
or ordinance?
(Exclude traffic
penalty
viol-at.ions for which a fine or civil
of $150 or
less was paid.)
I f r r Y e s r tg i v e d e t a i l s :
Place
Nature
Disposition
Are you currently
employed as (circle
all
2) General ConEracEor
3) Business Person
5) Realtor
Note:
L6.
No
Yes
Education
Date
l-5.
Florida?
for appointment
reqtrired
registration
Okeechobee County voter
Development Authority.
Development Council
and Induetrial
Tourist
Name & Location
13.
voter?
of
County of registration:
Current party affiliation:
A.
B.
L2.
Florida
resident
Persons in the above disciplines
Enforcement
Board
Are you currently
2) Medical Doctor
Note:
employed as (circle
3) Engineer
that apply)
4) Engineer
preferred
al-L that
for
apply)
1) Architect
5) Sub-Contractor
appointment
to
Code
1) Attorney
PersonE
preferred
in
the
above disciplines
for
appointment
to
Environmental
Control
Board;
must be reconunended by respective
Okeechobee eounty professional
organization.
1-7.
PLease check all
that
apply:
industry
buil-ding
Actively
engaged in the residential
Actively
engaged in the banking or mortgage industry
A representative
of those areas of labor engaged in home building
Designated
advocate for low-income persons
Provider
of affordable
housing
ReaI estaEe professionalOther:
Note:
t-8
Persons
in
the
above disciplines
Housing Conqrittee
Af fordable
Concerning
Iast
five
business,
additional
Empfover's
Trrpe of
l_9.
of
Title
Employment
Employinq
Aqencv
Period
governmental
or local
t,he position(s),
the
of emplolrment:
of
Emplovment
State your experiences
and interests
or elements
you for this appointment.
history
that gualify
professional
Have you received any degree(s),
(s) related
designations
to the subject matter
Yes
No
I f I ' Y e s r r, l i s t :
Have you received
any awards or recognitions
maLter of this appointment?
Yes
No
If
D.
to
Business
Have you ever been employed by any state,
district,
agency in Florida?
Yes
No
If rrYesrr, ident,ify
name(s) of the employing agency, and the period(s)
A.
appointment
Name & Address
Position
20
for
your current
employer and for all of your emplolzment during the
years,
your employer's
tlpe
of
name, business
address,
list
Use
of employment.
occupation
or job title,
and period(s)
sheet if necessary.
occupation/Job
Period
preferred
Identify
you that
al-l- association
relate
to this
of
your
personal
certification(s),
or
of this appointment?
relating
to the
rrYesrr, list:
memberships and association
appointment:
offices
subject
held by
2I.
(appointive,
civil
service,
Do you currently
hold an office
or position
government?
No
Yes
with the federal
or any foreign
other)
I f I t Y e s r ,r l i s t :
22.
A.
or
in this
Have you ever been elected or appointed to any public office
date of election
If rrYesrr,state the office
title,
Yes No
state?
(city,
of government
and level
or appointment,
term of office,
federal) :
county, district,
state,
Office Title
Date of Election
or Appointment
Term of Office
Leve] of Government
B.
your service
If
council (s) :
appointed
were meetings
board(s),
committee(s),
or
scheduled:
How frequently
2.
state
schedufed meetings,
If you missed any of the regularly
the number you missed,
the number of meetings you attended,
and the reason(s) for your absence(s).
Attended
Meetinqs
Missed
Reason for
Absence
Has probabl-e cause ever been found that you were in violation
of Part III,
Chapter L12, F.S., the Code of Ethics for Public Officers
and Employees?
Yes
No
f f r r Y e s ' r, g i v e d e t a i l s :
Dat,e
24.
an
1.
Meetinqs
23.
was on
Nat,ure of
Have you ever
r r Y e sr r, I i s t :
A.
B.
C.
D.
Violation
Disposition
been suspended from any public
Tit,le of of f ice:
Dat.e of suspension:
Reason for suspension:
Result:
Reinstated
Remowed
office?
Yes
No
Resigned
25.
Have you ever been refused a fidelity,
Yes
No
I f r r Y e sr ' , e x p l a i n :
26.
Have you hel-d or do you hold an occupational
or professional
license
or
certificate
issued by any state or local governmental
agency in Florida?
Yes
No
If "Yes", provide the titl-e
and number, original
issue date,
(fine,
and issuing
authority.
ff
probation,
any disciplinary
action
suspension,
revocation,
disbarment)
has ever been taken against, you by the
issuing
authority,
stat,e the tlpe and dat,e of the action taken:
License/Certi
f i cat,e
TiEIe & Number
Action/Date
Oriqinal
Issue Date
Issuinq
Authority
Disciplinarv
surety,
performance,
or other
bond?
If
27-
or
Have you, o r b u s i n e s s e s o f w h i c h y o u h a v e b e e n a n o w n e r , o f f i c e r ,
during the
dealings
or other direct
e m p l o y e e , held any contractual
(4) years wit,h any state or locaf
governmental
agency in
last four
or agency to which you have been
the office
including
Fl-orida,
rrYesrt,
If
No
Yes
or are seeking appointment?
appointed
explain:
A
Business'
B.
(spouse, child,
parents(s),
Have members of your immediate family
sibtings (s) , or businesses of which members of your immediate family
or
or employees, held any contractuaf
have been owners, officers,
other direcE dealings during the last four (4) years wiEh any staEe
or
including
the office
governmental
agency in Florida,
or local
seeking
you
or
are
appoint.ed
which
have
been
to
agency
No
I f r r Y e s r ,r e x p l a i n :
Yes
appointmenE?
Name of
28.
Business
Have you ever
of government
A.
B.
Did you receive
any compensation
Yes
No
expenses?
Name of agency
represented:
Aqency
29.
lobbyist
or have you 1obbied at any l-evel
been a registered
(5) years?
No
Yes
the past five
at any time during
or
entity
than
other
you
lobbied
Principaf
Lobbied
reimbursement
and
the
for
principal(s)
you
RepresenEed
(5) years.
List t,hree persons who have known you well within
the past five
Incl-ude a current,
complete address and telephone
number.
Exclude your
rel-atives
and employees of the County.
Name
Mailinq
Address
Zip
Code
Phone Number
l_.
2.
30.
professional,
Name any business,
occupational,
civic,
or
fraternaL
organization(s)
of which you are now a member, or of which you have been
(5) years, the organization
a member during the past five
address (es) , and
(use additional
date(s) of your membership(s).
sheet, if necessary)
Name
Mailinq
Address
Office(s)
HeId & Term
Date(s) of Membership
3l-.
not be able
Do you know of any reason why you will
or position
to which you
duties
of the office
No If rrYesrr, e:<plain:
Yes
appointed?
32.
If
required
by law or administrative
No
disclosure
statements?
Yes
rule,
fully
to
to attend
have been or will
you
will
file
the
be
financial
CERTIFICATION
STATE OF FI.ORIDA, COI'NIY OF
Before
m€, the
undersigned
personally
Florida,
Notary
Public
appeared
of
3;ilir':15
rJfJ'ni=";:,
personally
prepared
or read the answers to the
(21 that
questions i
foregoing
the
information
in said answers is complete
contained
and true;
fully
and (3) that he/she wilI,
as an appointee,
support, the Constitut,ions
of the United
States
and of the State of Florida.
Sigmature
Sworn
to
and subscribed
before
of
Applicant
me this
-Aff iant
day of
,20
Sr.gnature ot Notary
St,ate of Florida
(Print,
Notary
Ty?e, or Stamp Commissioned
Public)
My commission
Personal-l-y
Tlpe
of
l(nown
OR
fdentification
Produced
Pu.bl-ic
erq>ires :
Identification
Produced
(seal)
filea\qucation.
boa
Name of
Recommend that
#73t45
rrEr{l+
APPROVAL OF WARRAIETS
Subject3
the
- #73252
BOCC approve
the
following
$1, 388, Lo7. 03
#1104
$
13,000.00
#20r
$
19,473 .L7
TOTAL
$L,420, 580.20
Approved
for
Agenda
warrants:
rtemfrf
2/28/02
Page 1- of 23
Coqnty
Kfu
nistrator
14t\2t50
02/14/02
ap230-pg
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
CHECK REGISTER
NOT CLEARED
SLIMMARY
LAKE NATIONAL BANK
11
BIG
FOR BANK ACCOUNI:
VENDOR NAME
CHECK NO.
ITEMS
REBECCA B, BUCKNER
DI'DI,EY KIRTON MINE
CHRISTOPHER HALL
1
73145
73146
73147
28896
40110
78888
138234
158813
1
I
73148
73r49
73150
73151
r5gg24
158829
158851
158850
DAVISHA MOORE
ROBERT BAKER
SYI,VESTER WHITTAKER
73L43
'73144
I J
L tZ
f S ddO O
1
1
1
FRANK BIRTS
,fOYCE DAVIS
VERNON HARRISON
158882
73756
1902 13
MICHAEL A.
73157
191121
731s8
60093
731s9
73160
60093
50093
SHANKS
JAMES R
FLORIDA DEPT OF REVENUE
FLORIDA DEPT OF REVENUE
FLORIDA DEPT OF REVENUE
73 151
600L2
70053
73162
'13163
73L64
13165
73166
13167
73158
73169
73!72
10133
73173
73L74
'13t75
10148
73185
731-86
DIANA
1
2
68.00
s,346.00
76.00
6.00
104.00
35.00
104.00
12.00
20.00
56.00
s6.00
40.00
87.00
63,000.00
42.00
L07.26
6,878.42
zd+.zu
L , 429.66
7L9.67
r92 .89
t ,108.78
338.49
141,498 08
1, 935.00
20.00
AI,BERT
5
1
FAIV1ILY
AFI,AC/A}4ERICAN
ALI,EN, NORTON & BLUE, P.A.
2
5
5,832 42
93.88
62.53
L,L84.75
105.00
2 , !O4.40
10155
10210
1,02L5
ATLANTIC REPORTING
ROGER ARNOLD
AVCON, INC.
ALL ABOUT YOU CAREGIVERS,
19004
20030
20089
RIVERSIDE I,EASING COMPANY
BANK OF NEW YORK TRUST
MOBI LI TY
CINGULAR/BELLSOUTH
4
2aa96
30095
REBECCA B. BUCKNER
COLONIAL LIFE INS CO
CRAIG A
SMITH & ASSOC. INC
COMMERCIAL EQUIPMENT LEASING
1
1
2
COI'RT REPORTERS, INC.
JEB CIANDLER
1
1
42.00
RHONDA DYCE
1
24.92
7,478.25
30129
30185
30193
30210
40111
73rA7
73188
50047
73189
73L90
731-91_
73192
73L93
73L94
731,95
73t96
73797
73198
73199
50013
60050
60119
60189
60230
60233
?0013
14413
78888
50107
80054
73200
80102
80173
73207
73202
80180
90071
73203
'73204
110008
73205
LL0026
110076
73206
73207
1200s8
130040
73208
73209
L30061
130091
130107
73210
& ASSOCIATES
NACO SOUTH EAST
ROLFE & LOBELLO, P.A.
OKEECHOBEE ASPHALT AND
GATOR DOCK & MARINE INC
10097
73183
73184
SHIFF
160073
180500
158918
7200
73t71,
73181
73).82
ERNEST KENTY
90037
150055
9302
10087
73777
73t78
73L79
73180
1
1
STATE OF FI,A DISBURSEMENT UNIT
GOLD COAST FEDERAL
ICMA RETIREM}iII TRUST 4O].
OKEECHOBEE FIRE
73170
73L76
1
1
1
DARRELL CROFT
LEONARD BRAZELL
THOMAS J. HANAHUE
73153
73L54
73155
158884
754992
1
1
OPERATING
GROSS AMT
1
1
INC.
ELITE CAREGIVERS, INC.
MYRA A. ELDRIDGE
FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT
SHEII,A I. FLINN
PAT FRISBY
ELIZABETH D. GRINSI,ADE
FL MEDICAL RECORD SERVICE, INC
FLORIDA NOTARY SERVICE AND
GI,ADES ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE
DAVID GIVENS
CHRISTOPHER HALL
JEANNIE
HAZEIJIJIEF
JUSTIN HAZELLIEF
MIC}{AEL AI,AN HOPKINS
CI,AYTON .J HOLMES
INVESTIGATIVE
CHERRY KELLY
DIANE B.
SUPPORT
KINCHEN
DAVID
KINCHEN
GREGORY C. I,ANDRUM,PSY.D
MCI WORIJDCOMCOMM SERVICE
THE MURPHY CONSTRUCTION
.JANET I,. MCKENNA
OLIVER K.
MACKENZIE SMITH
1
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3 , 0 0 8. 3 6
r28 , 468 .7 5
64s 83
42.OO
114.50
445.64
l4
50.30
143.50
7
1
1
1
1
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2
1
1
1
1
210.05
143 50
33.64
55.85
67.90
523 . O7
48.00
30.00
133.00
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455.
bu
1
15.00
1
900.00
1
84.00
1
1
2
90.00
20.00
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1
1
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.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
00
.00
.00
.00
NET PAY
68.00
5,346.00
76.00
5.00
104.00
36.00
104 00
12.00
20.00
66 00
56.00
40.00
87.00
53,000.00
42.OO
roL.26
6 , A78.42
264.20
r , 429 .66
't
L9 67
'J.92
. A9
1 , 1 0 8. 7 8
338.49
1 4 t - , 4 9 8. 0 8
1,93s.00
20.00
)to5z.+z
93.88
62.53
1,184. ?5
105.00
2 , L O 4. 4 0
936.00
3,008.35
r28 , 468 .'15
645.83
42.00
CHECK DT
8514
I514
8514
02/2L/02
0 2/ 2 7 / 0 2
0 2/ 2 7 / 0 2
8544
02/2r/ 02
02/2r/02
0 2/ 2 7 / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
02/21/02
02/2r/ 02
02/21/02
02/27/02
445.64
42.00
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
02/21/02
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
02/2r/ 02
02/2r/ 02
02/2L/02
02/2r/02
0 2/ 2 1 / 0 2
0 2/ 2 1 ,/ 0 2
02/27/02
02/2r/02
7 , 4rA .25
143.50
210.0s
143.50
33 64
55.85
o / , >u
523. 07
48.00
30.00
133.00
r25.30
15s.60
15.00
900.00
84.00
90.00
20.00
7 2 5. 0 0
645
1 9 8 ,6 0 4 . 0 8
78.88
5 , 9 5 0 .0 0
BATCH
02/14/02
02/14/02
02/14/02
02/L4/02
02/L4/02
02/L4/02
02/14/02
02/L4/02
02/14/02
02/14/02
02/L4/02
02/14/02
02/14/02
02/14/02
02/14/02
0 2/ 2 o / 0 2
02/20/02
02/20/02
02/20/02
02/20/02
02/20/02
0 2/ 2 0 / 0 2
02/20/02
0 2/ 2 0 / 0 2
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
114.50
50.30
24.92
HPIVOID
02/2r/ 02
02/2t/02
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
02/2L/02
0 2/ 2 7 / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 1 / 0 2
8514
I514
85 1 4
8514
8514
I514
8514
I514
I514
I514
I514
I514
8535
8535
8535
8537
8537
8537
8537
8537
8537
8543
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
4544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
4544
8544
8544
8544
8544
4544
4544
8544
4544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
02/2r/ 02
02/2r/02
0 2/ 2 1 / 0 2
8544
8544
8544
8544
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
02/2r/02
02/2r/ 02
8544
8544
8544
02/14/02
ap230-pg
STMMARY
BIG
11
FOR BANK ACCOUMT:
VENDOR NAME
CHECK NO.
732II
73212
73213
732L4
tSzL)
732L7
'132L9
73220
7322L
73223
t Szz)
73227
73225
73236
73237
BANK
ITEMS
1 3 8 8 ,r . 0 7 . 0 3
.00
ROBERT BAKER
SYI,VESTER WHITTAKER
1
104.00
1
158829
158851
158850
DARRELI, CROFT
LEONARD BRAZELL
THOMAS J. HANAI{UE
FRANK BIRTS
1
t
JOYCE DAVrS
VERNON HARRISON
1
7 5 .0 0
1 0 4. 0 0
34.00
20.00
76.00
56.00
158866
158882
158884
158923
],58992
].60014
160065
].68948
].80016
18001?
1SOO29
188890
188899
19OOO1
190041
42.O0
I
1
t>.04
20.00
I
z6
a,>>>.ot
1
1
OO. UU
NANCY OSBORN
ERNEST KENTY
13.34
66.00
PETTY CASH-BCC GENER"AL
P1JBLIC DEFENDER,
ELISA PREVATT
SHERIFF
O . L . R A T ' L E R S O NJ R . ,
tt.zt
4,
265.
z,5vv.vv
5J
SHERMAN
,tR.
\TUAQUTN STLVAS,
73239
190184
SPRINT
BARBATA SCI{OPP
7!240
190211
190236
DEBORAH SCIIWENDENMANN
CHERYI, STRICKI"AND
73242
71243
19T067
SUNCOAST COI'NSEI,ING
T9TL2L
73244
73245
2OOO53
22SST4
JAMES R. SI{ANKS
TREASI'RE COAST COURT REPORTING
MARGIE JOHNSON
73246
73247
7 3248
7 3249
229525
22EA4I
23OOO5
23OO1O
RICK CIIARTIER
DONNY R. ARNOI,D
DOUGLAS WAYNE WOOD, JR.
23OO78
23OII7
W&II LIJMBER OF OKEECHOBEE
I{ASTE MANAGEMENT INC.
DOUGI,AS W. WERK, .'R.
240084
LARRY STEVE WEEKS, SR.
110
VOIDS:
. U5
zz,LzL.)v
I9OL42
BANK TOTALS CHECKS:
OU
7 6 3 , l O 7. O O
94.00
7 7 5. 0 0
91.00
DONNA SPEIRS
GLENN J. SNEIDER, L.L.C.
CELESTE SMITH, TAX COLLECTOR
W.C.
L56.56
10.00
O . L . R A T ' L E R S O N. ' R , S H E R I F F
OKEECHOBEE TIOSPITAI, INC. D/B/A
SHELDON H. RIFKIN,PHD,PA
190082
73252
40.00
3r9.92
171.50
48.14
5.00
1 , 0 0 0 .0 0
24.O0
240.00
5.00
5.00
3s.00
40.00
1 , 3 8 6 .1 6
42.75
50.60
55.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
r,tJo.ov
158813
L59824
t5256
7124L
1
OPERATING ACCOU}IT
DISCOUNTS
GROSS AMT
KATHLEEN E. MOORE, ESQ.
DAVISIIA MOORE
NEXTEI, COMMT'NICATIONS
REBECCA NEWCOMER
AUTHORITY
OKEECHOBEE UTII,ITY
168950
73230
7321r
73 2 3 2
73233
LAKE NATIONAI
L35234
140081
140089
].50074
130125
Page
kconrad
BOARD OF COI'NTY COMMISSIONERS
CHECK REGISTER
NOT CLEARED
!4:L2z5I
44
1
I
1
246
NET PAY
CHECK DT
1,s36.80
42.OO
02/2L/02
02/2L/02
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
02/2r/02
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
02/27/02
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
02/2r/ 02
0 2/ 2 ! / 0 2
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
02/2r/02
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 7 / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 7 / 0 2
02/2r/ 02
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
0 2/ 2 7 / 0 2
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
02/2r/ 02
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
02/2t/02
02/2r/ 02
02/2!/02
02/2L/02
02/2r/02
t>.dz
20.00
2 , 9 9 9. 6 7
104.00
75.00
1 0 4. 0 0
34.00
20.00
76.00
56.00
OO. UU
13.34
56.00
t>.2,
2,138.38
1 0 .0 0
285.60
7 6 3 , 1 0 7. 0 0
9 4. 0 0
7 ? 5. O 0
91.00
2,300.00
53.85
4Z,LZL.)V
40.00
319.82
171.50
48.14
5.00
1 , 0 0 0 .0 0
24.O0
240.00
5.00
5.00
35.00
40.00
42.'15
60.50
bJ.
UU
1388, 107 . 03
I{P/VOID
BATCH
8544
8544
4544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
I 544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
I 544
8544
8544
8544
8544
9544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
8544
4544
8544
8544
8544
4544
8544
8544
8544
8544
4544
8544
8544
02/14/02
ap230-pg
SUMMARY
BIG
44
FOR BANK ACCOUNT:
VENDOR NAME
CHECK NO.
1104
158892
LAKE NATIONAL BANK
ITEMS
O K E E C H O B E EA I } S T R A C T & T I T L E
BANK TOTALS CHECKS:
1
VOIDS:
Page
kconrad
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
CHECK REGISTER
NOT CLEARED
74:L2:5I
O
INC
SHIP ACCOUNT
DISCOUNTS
GROSS AIV1T
NET PAY
13,000.00
.00
1 3 ,0 0 0 . 0 0
13,000.00
.00
13,000.00
CHECK DT
02/14/02
HPIVOID
3
BATCH
8514
L4t72:5I
02/74/02
ap230-pg
BIG
66
FOR BANK ACCOUNT:
VENDOR NA}IE
CHECK NO.
20L
180016
0. L
BANK TOTALS CHECKS:
LAKE NATIONAL BANK
ITEMS
RAULERSON 'JR,
1
VOIDS:
Page
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
CHECK REGISTER
NOT CLEARED
SUMMARY
SHERIFF
0
4
kconrad
I,AW ENFORCEMENT TRUST
DISCOUNTS
GROSS NV1T
NET PAY
1
L 9, 4 7 3 r 7
00
79,473.77
1
L9,473 r7
00
1q
4aa
1a
CHECK DT
HPIVOID
BATCH
8544
02/14/02
ap230 pg
].4:1-2:51
66
BIG
FOR BANK ACCOLINT:
VENDOR NAME
CHECK NO
REGISTER TOTALS CHECKS:
I,AKE NATIONAL
BANK
ITEMS
Lt2
Page
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
CHECK REGISTER
NOT CLEARED
SUMMARY
248
I,AW ENFORCEMENT TRUST
DISCOUTITS
GROSS AMT
t420,580.20
5
kconrad
.00
NET PAY
1420,580 20
CHECK DT
HPIVOID
BATCH
O2/zr/o2
L4tr4t42
ap55o-1s
FOR BANK ACCOUNT:
VENDOR NAME
CHECK NO.
73!43
.13L44
73T45
28896
DIST:
101-50-541-00-5300
78888
CHRISTOPHER HALL
YOUTI{ BASKETBAI,L OFFICIAL
001-21-572-00-5210
138234
158813
L58824
L58829
DIST:
73150
158851
DIST:
7315r-
158860
DIST:
73L52
158865
DIST:
73153
158882
DIST:
73!54
158884
DIST:
73155
158992
DIST:
73156
190213
DIST:
DIST:
73157
L9TT2T
DIST:
73158
731.59
DAVTSHA MOORE
YOUTH BASKETBAL], OFFICIAI
1
A
O2L2O2
A
1
1
A
OPERATING ACCOUNT
DrscouNTS
NET PAY
CHECK DT
HP/VOrD
BATCH
O2/r4/O2
8514
s,346.00
5,346.00
o2/r4/02
I514
.oo
.00
76.00
76.00
02/L4/02
I514
.00
.00
o. vu
vzl !11 vz
8514
68.00
.oo
.00
6 8 .O o
6 8. 0 0
5,346.00
5,346.00
.oo
.00
68.00
SPRING SOFTBALL OFPICIAL
OO7-2L-5'12-OO-52L0
SYI,VESTERWI{ITTAKER
YOUTH BASKETBAI,L OFFICIAL
76.00
A
1
5.00
6.00
1
.oo
.00
104.00
104.00
02/L4/02
I514
.oo
.00
36.OO
36.00
o2/14/o2
I514
.00
.00
104.00
104.00
02/L4/o2
I514
104.00
12.00
12.00
.oo
.00
12.00
12.00
02/14/02
I514
20.00
20.00
.00
.00
20.00
20.00
02/14/02
I514
66.00
. oo
.00
6 6. 0 o
66.00
0 2 /1 4 /0 2
I514
.00
.00
s6.00
56.00
02/L4/02
I514
55.00
40.00
40.00
.00
.00
40.00
40.00
02/1-4/02
851-4
87.00
87.00
.00
.00
87.00
87.00
02/L4/02
I514
.00
.00
53,000.00
6 3 ,0 0 0 . 0 0
02/r4/02
I514
42.00
12.00
.00
.00
42.00
12.00
o2/L4/o2
I514
30.00
.00
30.00
.00
.00
101.26
L0r.26
O2/20/O2
8 5 35
O2/2O/O2
8535
104.00
10 4 . 0 0
O2O8O2
l-04.00
1
A
36.00
35.00
O2I2O2
36.00
1
A
O2O8O2
104.00
104' 00
001-21-572-00-5210
LEONARD BRAZEI,I,
YOUTH BASKETBAI,L OFFICIAL
6.00
6'00
O272O2
OO!-2L-572-O0-52LO
DARRELL CROFT
SPRING SOFTBAIL OFFICIAL
76.00
75.00
O2I2O2
A
ROBERT BAKER
A
1
O2T2O2
12.00
00I-21-572-O0-52!0
THOMAS ,J. IIANAHUE
YOUTH BASKETBALL OFFICIAI
1
A
O2T2O2
20.00
O0!-21-572-OO-5210
1
A
OFFICIAI
JOYCE DAVrS
SPRING SOFTBALL OFFICIA!
6 6 .0 0
1
A
O2O8O2
A
40.00
A
1
O2I2O2
87.00
1
A
M T C H A E LA . S H r F F & A S S O C T A T E
14066
A R C H T T E C T L T R A IS E R V I C E S
A
001-21-572-00-5210
YOUTTI BASKETBAII, OFFICIAL
DIST:
001-21-572-00-5210
50093
FLORIDA DEPT OF REVENUE
RENTAL SAIES TAX
DIST:
00L-217200
60093
FLORIDA DEPT OF REVENUE
63,000.00
53,000.00
37,000.00
26,000.00
303-01-511-03-3100
303-01-511-07-6300
OFFICIAL
1
O2L2O2
OOL-21,-572-0O-5210
ERNEST KENTY
YOUTH BASKETBAIL OFFICIAL
OOL-2I-572-OO-5270
s6.00
s6.00
00!-2L-572-00-52L0
VERNON HARRISON
YOUTH BASKETBAI,I, OFFICIAL
55.00
021202
00I-2L-572-OO-52LO
JAMES R. SHANKS
YOUTH BASKETBAIL
AMT
5 , 3 4 6. 0 0
OOL-2L-572-00-52IO
F R , A N KB I R T S
YOIITH BASKETBAIL
cRoss
1
kconrad
68.00
DI'DLEY KIRTON MINE
DIST:
73!49
REBECCA B. BUCKNER
YOUTH BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
40110
DIST:
73!48
I,AKE NATIONAL BANK
NOD SRC #rNV
00t-2I-572-00-52L0
DIST:
73147
BIG
DIST:
DIST:
73L46
1],
Page
B O A R D O F C O I T N T YC O M M I S S I O N E R S
ANNUAL CI{ECK REGISTER
Lo O2/2L/O2
o2/r4/02
Minimum:O
2
O2O5O2
12.00
O2I2O2
30.00
A
1
JAN 2002
].OT.25
L O ] -. 2 6
L}r.26
A
1
6,878.42
.00
6,87A.42
FOR BANK ACCOTJMT:
VEIIDOR NAII{E
11
BIG
CHECK NO.
OKEE-TANTIE
DIST:
DIST:
73160
73151
DEPT OF REVENI'E
SALES TAX
FIORIDA
DIST:
OKEE-TINTIE
4OL-2L72OO
600T2
SATES TAX
GROSS AMT
JAI.I-2002
4 , 8 1 4. 8 9
2 ,053 .s3
1
A
,IAN2002
1,566.48
7 31 6 3
73r64
73I65
73L66
7 3167
73158
70053
90037
150056
160073
180500
1,566.48
P
439-66
P
ICMA RETIREMNT TRUST 401
439-64
ICMA-RET:439 1788:02/L9/A2
LOAN REPAY: 439 t 427 z02 /L9 / 02 439-55
P
6,87A.42
.00
.00
1,556.48
L,566 .48
.00
.00
264.20
264.20
I{P/VOID
BATCH
0 2/ 2 0 / 0 2
8 5 35
02/20/02
8 5 37
02/20/02
4537
719 .67
0 2/ 2 0 / 0 2
8 5 37
.00
7L9 .67
644 .67
75.00
.00
644 .67
75.00
r92.89
r92.89
.00
.00
L92.49
02/20/02
853?
02/20/ 02
655
0 2 / 2 0/ 0 2
8 5 37
854 3
OKEECI{OBEE FIRE
Union Dues :439 : 440 : 02/L9/ 02
439-68
NAC1CSOUTH EAST
Def .Corq). t 439 t20L t 02/L9 / 02
1,108.78
1 , 1 0 8. 7 8
.00
.00
1, 108.78
439-67
P
338.49
.00
.00
338.49
.00
.00
141,498. 08
141,498.08
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
1,935.00
1, 935.00
.00
.00
1 , 9 3 5. 0 0
1 , 9 3 5. 0 0
02/2r/02
20.00
20.00
.00
.00
20.00
20.00
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
8544
.00
.00
5 , 8 3 2. 4 2
4 7 2. 4 9
0 2 / 2 L/ 0 2
8544
ROLFE & I,oBELI,o,
P.A.
P
GARNISH:439:445202/L9/02
439-79
OKEECHOBEE ASPHAIT
ASPHAIT
338.49
101-50-541-00-5301
GATOR DOCK & MARINE INC.
DOCKS
ALT'I'IINI'M FIPATING
A
2973L
105-21-575-05-5300
DIANA
AIBERT
VOLUNTEER PAY
?0L-40-522-00-I2O1
AIiID
1
I
1, 108.78
338.49
1,935.00
A!.
02L502
20.00
s,s32.42
A
5
FAr.{rLY
AFT,AC/Arr{ERICAN
TN MARCH2002
5,832.42
CANCER/ACCIDEMT/HOSPITAL
S.34
DIST: 001-01-511-00-2300
81.20
DIST: 001-08-519-00-2300
58.20
D I S T : 0 0 1 - 1 0 - 5 1 9 -0 0 - 2 3 0 0
12.00
DIST: 001-14-525-00-2300
10.95
DIST: 001-21-572-00-2300
10.09
DfST: 001-25-569-00-2300
50.47
DIST: 001-25-569-01-2300
?4.70
DIST: 001-25-569-21-2300
1 6' 1 5
DrST: 001-25-569-31-2300
30.28
D I S T : 0 0 1- 2 5 - 5 6 9 - 4 1 - 2 3 0 0
8.08
DIST: 001-25-569-51-2300
L2.I2
DIST: 001-25-559-61-2300
97.54
DIST: 001-31-571-00-2300
114.95
DIST: 001-55-s19-00-2300
29.90
DIST: 001-66-s19-05-2300
L82.L2
DIST: 007-12-515-00-2300
104.38
DIST: 007-L7-562-00-23OO
29.68
DIST: 00?-26-550-00-2300
274.42
DIST: 00?-35-520-00-2300
4'72.49
DIST: 101-50-541-00-2300
64.82
DIST: 401-21-572-OO-23OO
187.05
DIST: 7OL-40-522-OO-2300
25.72
DIST: ?OL-46-522-00-23OO
DISTI 001-218300
3,876.35
s,532.42
CANCER/ACCTDENI/HoSPrTA!rN MARCH2002
DISTr 001-01-511-00-2300
8.34
1008?
00
CHECK DT
L,429 .66
L,429 .66
101-50-541-00-6301
9302
NET PAY
.00
.00
DIST:
72OO
DISCOUNrS
L , 429 .66
L , 429 .66
DIST:
DIST:
7 3 L 70
1.566.48
1
141,498.08
A
141,498.08
o2L802
139,13s.14
2,352.94
158918
DIST:
73L69
GOLD COAST FEDER,LL
cr.union:4392426r02/19/02
6,879.42
264.20
254.20
P
STATE OF' FI,A DISBI'RSEMENT T'N
SuppE: 439 t5O4 r 02/ 19/ 02 439-72
ChId
73L62
2
kconrad
OPERATING ACCOUMT
I.AKE NATIONAT BANK
NOD SRC *Ilw
40L-217200
401-21?100
60093
Page
BOARD OF CPUNTY COWISSIONERS
ANNUAL CIIECK REGISTER
L4tL4:42 02/L4/02 Eo 02/2r/02
Minimum:o
02/2L/02
aD550-1s
.00
64.92
L4r]-4t42
02/2L/02
ap550-l8
FOR BANK ACCI)IJNT:
NAII{E
VEIIDOR
11
BIG
I,AKE
AA}{K
IiIATIONAL
NOD SRC #INV
rN MARCH2002
001-01-511-00-2300
001-08-519-00-2300
001-10-519-00-2300
001-14-525-0O-2300
001-21-5?2-00-2300
001-25-569-00-2300
001-25-569-01-2300
001-25-559-21-2300
001-25-569-31-2300
001-25-569-41-2300
001-25-569-51-2300
001-25-569-51-2300
001-31-5?1-00-2300
001-65-519-00-2300
001-55-519-05-2300
007-12-515-00-2300
0 0 7 - 1 7- 5 6 2 - 0 0 - 2 3 0 0
007-26-550-00-2300
007-35-520-00-2300
oPERaJIING ACClSlrNt
DISCAUMTS
NET PAY
5,832.42
.00
2r2.74
5 , 8 3 2. 4 2
.00
4,49L.33
8.34
8t.20
58.20
12,00
10.95
10.09
50.47
74.70
15.15
30.28
8.08
L2.L2
97.54
1 1 4. 9 5
29.90
L82.L2
104.38
29.6A
274.82
472.49
64.82
187.05
25.72
3,876-35
001-01-511-00-2300
001-08-519-00-2300
001-10-519-00-2300
001-1,r-525-00-2300
001-21-572-O0-2300
001-25-559-00-2300
001-25-559-01-2300
001-25-559-21-2300
001-25-569-31-2300
001-25-559-41-2300
001-25-569-51-2300
001-25-559-61-2300
001-31-571-00-2300
001-66-519-00-2300
001-55-519-05-2300
007-12-515-00-2300
007-17-562-00-2300
007-26-550-00-2300
00?-35-520-00-2300
101-50-541-00-2300
4OL-2L-5?2-O0-2300
?01-/10-522-00-2300
70L-46-522-OO-2!0O
001-218300
CA}TCER/ACCIDENT/IIOSPITA!
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
GROSSAMT
81.20
55.20
12.00
10.96
10.09
50.47
74.70
15.15
30.28
8.08
L2.12
97.54
1l{.95
29.90
t82.L2
104.38
29.68
274.82
472.49
64.82
187.06
25.72
3,876.35
001-08-519-00-2300
001-10-519-00-2300
001-1,r-525-00-2300
001-21-572-00-2300
001-25-569-00-2300
001-25-569-01-2300
001-25-569-21-2300
001-25-559-31-2300
001-25-559-41-2300
001-25-569-51-2300
001-25-569-61-2300
001-31-571-00-2300
001-55-519-00-2300
001-55-519-05-2300
007-12-515-00-2300
00?-L7-562-O0-2300
007-26-550-00-2300
007-35-520-00-2300
101-50-541-00-2300
40L-2L-572-O0-23OO
7OL-40-522-00-2300
701-46-522-00-2300
001-218300
CANCER/ACCTDETE/HOSPTTA!
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DrST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
kconrad
AlrlrnAl Lilbcx nscrslER
CI{ECK NO.
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DISTr
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
Page
BOARD OF CPUNTY COMMISSIONERS
02/L4/02
Eo 02/2I/02
Minimum3 0
IN
MARCII2 OO2
8.34
8L.20
58.20
1 2. 0 0
10.96
10.09
50.47
74.70
15.15
3 0. 2 8
8.08
T2.L2
97.5,1
114.95
29.90
L82.t2
104.38
29.68
274.82
CHECK DT
HPIVOID
BATCH
FOR BA}IK ACCOTINT:
NAME
VENDOR
11
BIG
CHECK NO.
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
AMrItAl cl{SCr nectsrBn
LAKE NATIONAL BANK
NOD SRC #INV
73172
IN
!4ARCH2O02
1
A
AILEN, NORTON& BLI'E, P.A,
P R O F E S S T O N ASTE R V I C E / 2 5 1 0 - w 2 s 1 0 - 0 3 5
93.88
001-01-511-00-3100
002-54-605-00-4100
10148
A
ATI,ANTIC REPORTING
6A 6643
couRT REPORTER/2001-CF-47
002-51-513-04-5203
-CF-401A 5395
corrRT REPORTER/2001
002-51-513-04-5203
cottRT REPORTER/2000-CF-3688 s34s
002-51-613-04-5203
TRAlirscRrPTroN/2 001 - cF- 190 -A 552 0
002-51-613-04-5203
6303
couRT REPORTER/2001-CF-517A
002-51-613-04-5203
DISTr
DIS?:
DIST:
DfST:
73t74
ROGER ARNOLD
VOLUMTEER PAY
7OL-40-522-O0-1203
02L802
95564
DIST:
AVCON, rNC.
ENGINEERING SERVICES
303-24-542-08-5300
10215
A.LIJ ABOtIt
10155
DIST:
73L75
73r76
10210
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
YOU CAREGTVERS,
5 I'NITS OF OAA3-E RESPITE
OOL-25-569-22-4LO2
13 I'NITS OF OAA3E RESPITE
.00
591.00
9 3. 8 8
.00
.00
9 3. 8 8
9 3. 8 8
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
.00
.00
oz ,45
02/2L/02
.00
22.87
tJ.
oo
39.55
0210-LL22
22.87
DIST:
DISTr
5 , 832.42
62.53
39.56
A2
0203-3225
AT&T
PI{ONE SERVICE
O07-L7-562-00-4100
PHONE SERVICE
73L73
HPIVOID
BATCH
8.34
81.20
58.20
12.00
1 0 .9 6
10.09
50.47
74.70
1 6 .1 5
30.28
8.08
t2.L2
9 7. 5 4
114.95
29.90
L82.L2
104.38
29.64
274.82
472.49
64.82
1 8 7 .0 6
25.72
3,876.35
10097
DIST:
CIIECK DT
25.72
001-218300
10133
NET PAY
3,875.3s
DIST:
DIST:
ACCOT'MT
DISCAUNTS
64.82
187.05
DIST: 001-01-511-00-2300
DIST: 001-08-519-00-2300
D I S T : 0 0 1 -1 0 - 5 1 9 -0 0 - 2 3 0 0
DIST: 001-14-525-00-2300
DIST: 001-21-572-00-2300
DIST: 001-25-559-00-2300
DIST: 001-25-559-01-2300
DIST: 001-25-569-21-2300
DISTr 001-25-559-31-2300
DISTr 001-25-569-41-2300
DIST: 001-25-559-51-2300
DIST: 001-25-559-61-2300
DIST: 001-31-571-00-2300
DIST: 001-65-519-00-2300
DISTr 001-66-519-05-2300
DISTr 007-12-515-00-2300
DISTr 007-17-562-00-2300
DIST: 007-25-550-00-2300
DIST: 007-35-520-00-2300
DIST: 101-50-541-00-2300
DIST: 40L-2L-572-00-23O0
DIST: 70L-40-522-00-2300
'DIST:'t0L-46-522-OO-2300
73L77
OPERATING
GROSS AI{T
472.49
101-50-541-00-2300
4Ol-2L-572-OO'23O0
701-40-522-00-2300
70L-45-522-00-2300
001-218300
CANCER/ACCIDENT/IIOSPITAL
Page
kconrad
BOARD OF CPUMTY COWISSIONERS
L4tL4z42 02/t4/02 Eo 02/2L/02
Minimum:o
02/2r/02
ap550-1s
A
5
39.66
v4. z>
.00
.00
267.2s
.00
26'7.25
290.00
.00
290.00
520,25
.00
520.25
25.00
.00
25.00
105.00
105.00
.00
.00
105.00
1 0 5 .0 0
1,184.75
L,L84.75
62.
02/2L/02
Z)
82.25
2 6 7. 2 5
2 9 0 .O 0
520.25
25.00
1
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
I 544
02/2r/02
8544
02/2L/02
8544
105.00
2 , L 0 4. 4 0
2 , L 0 4. 4 0
AI
.00
.00
2 , L 0 4. 4 0
2, r04.40
2,r04.40
rN
A
4
19
936.00
65.00
.00
.00
936.00
55.00
169.00
.00
1 6 9 .0 0
403.00
.00
403.00
65.00
2I
001-25-559-22-4LO2
31 I'NITS OF OAA3B I{OMEMAKIN 22
O0I-25-569-22-4L02
1 5 9 .0 0
403.00
!42L4242
02/2L/02
ap550-16
FOR BAIiIK ACCOUNT:
CHECK NO.
VENMR
23 T'NITS
73!77
BIG
DISCI)T'NTS
NET PAY
.00
299.O0
3 , 0 0 8. 3 6
9s2.88
.00
.00
3,008.36
952.88
435.00
.00
436.00
655.60
.00
556.60
952.88
.00
9s2.88
299 . O0
OF OAA3B HOMEMAKIN 18
CHECK DT
HPIVOID
BATCH
299.00
A
4228
DIST:
RIVERSIDE LEASING COMPANY
COPIER tEjASE 33-o/OCT. -iIAl'I.
001-10-519-00-4400
coPrER LEASE 33-1lOCr.-iIAN.
40r-2L-572-O0-4400
c p P I E R L E " A S E3 3 - 4 I O C T . - i I A N .
004-02-712-00-6400
coPrER LEASE 33-2IOCT.-iIAN.
001-25-559-00-4400
2OO3O
BAIiIK OP NEW YORK TRUST
r28 ,468 .75
L 2 8 , 4 5 8. 7 5
020502
L 2 8, 4 6 8 . 7 5
.00
.00
A4
0206-st MM
4 8. 5 0
35.00
59.38
24.95
190.33
25.00
70.00
54.81
19.10
2r.30
5r.23
3r.23
0206-suMM
48.50
35.00
59.38
24.95
190.33
25.OO
70.00
54.81
630.83
.00
.00
239.8',7
530.83
.00
175.58
530.83
.00
2r5.28
15.00
.00
4 2. 0 0
42.00
.00
.00
42.00
4 2. 0 0
02/2r/02
8544
114.50
.00
.00
1 1 4 .s 0
114.50
02/2L/02
8544
INTEREST
4
3730
4180
0210-1057
15.00
REBECCA B. BUCKNER
YOUTH BASKETBAIL
OFFICIAI,
O2L8O2
28896
8544
1a
645.83
645.83
02/2L/02
1n
2L.30
5t.23
31.23
0 2 0 6 - s tM M
48.50
35.00
59.38
24.95
190.33
2 5 .0 0
70.00
5 4 .g 1
19.10
2L.30
51.23
5L.25
A
1
42.00
DIST:
OOL-?L-572-O0-5210
30095
C1CI.oNIAI, LIFE
DISTr
CANCER/ACCI DENT INST'RANCE
001-218400
INS
02/2L/02
952.88
MOBILITY
CINGI'LAR/BELLSOIITH
CELLUI.AR PI{ONE SERVICE
001-01-511-00-4100
001-66-519-00-4100
007-17-552-00-4100
401-21-572-00-4100
401-21-572-00-4100
007-12-515-00-4100
007-12-515-00-4100
001-56-519-00-4100
001-21-572-00-4100
007-17-552-00-4100
001-56-519-00-4100
001-14-525-00-4100
CELI,UI,AR PHONE SERVICE
001-01-51L-00-4100
001-66-519-00-4100
007-17-562-00-4100
401-21-572-00-4100
40!-2r-5?2-OO-4LOO
007-12-515-00-4100
007-12-515-00-4100
001-65-519-00-4100
001-21-572-00-4100
007-L7-562-00-4100
001-66-519-00-4100
001-14-525-00-4100
CELLUI,AR PHONE SERVICE
001-01-511-00-4100
001-66-519-00-4100
OO7-I7-562-OO-4LOO
4OL-2L-572-0O-4IOO
401-21-572-00-4100
0 0 7- 1 2- 5 1 5- 0 0 - 4 1 0 0
007-12-515-00-4100
001-66-519-00-4100
001-21-572-00-4100
00?-1?-562-00-4100
001-55-519-00-4100
001-14-525-00-4100
CEIJLI'I'AR PHONE SERVICE
101-38-541-00-4100
DIST:
L 2 8 , 4 6 8. 7 s
L 2 8, 4 6 9 . 7 5
555.50
20089
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
I 544
436.00
203-53-582-00-7200
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
02/2r/02
952.88
4498
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
73181
GROSS AIIT
19004
DIST:
73180
OPERATING ACCIUNT
BANK
L,AKE NATIONA!
NOD SRC #INV
OOL-25-569-22-1L02
DIST:
73779
kconrad
DIST:
DIST:
73178
11
NAME
Page
BOARD OF G1CUNTYCOMMISSIONERS
ANNUAL CHECK REGISTER
02/L4/02
co 02/2L/02
Minimum:o
CO
A1
FEB 2OO2
114.50
114.50
02/2L/02
ap550-I6
14tL4z42
FOR BANK ACCOUMI:
VENDOR NAME
CHECK NO.
73L42
30129
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DrST:
DIST:
DrST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
73L83
30185
DIST:
DfST:
73L84
30193
DIST:
73 185
30210
001-01-511-00-4400
COPIER LEASE *70127
001-31-571-00-4400
DISTr
70L-40-522-0O-L2O3
40111
RHON'DA DYCE
PREMIW
001-218300
50047
INC.
EI,ITE CIREGIVERS,
13 UNITS OF OSS CSBG HMKR
001-25-569-31-4103
94.5 ITNTTS OSS CCE PC
001-25- 569- 01-4 101
28 I'NITS OF OSS CCE RESPITE
DIST:
DIST:
001-25-569-01-4101
13 I'NITS OSS CSBG HMKR
DIST:
001-25-569-31-4103
12 tNrrs oss csBG Pc
DIST: 001-25-569-31-4103
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
3.5 I'NITS OSS CSBG RESPITE
001-25-559-31-4103
23 I'NITS OSS ADI RESPITE
001-25-569-51-4104
4 I'NITS OF OSS CSBG RESPITE
tNtTS
CHECK DT
4,355.s9
4.151.56
02/2r/02
9544
02/2L/02
8544
204.93
4,365.59
249.L4
.00
.00
445.64
249.14
196.50
.00
1 9 6 .s 0
4 2. 0 0
4 2. 0 0
.00
.00
42.OO
42.OO
02/27/02
50.30
s0.30
.00
.00
so.3o
s0.30
02/2L/02
8544
24.92
24.92
.00
.00
24.92
24.92
02/2L/02
I 544
7,4L8.25
.00
.00
7,4L8.25
175.50
02/27/02
8544
.00
L,275.75
378.00
.00
378.00
175.50
.00
175.50
IOZ.
.00
152.00
47.25
.00
4 7. 2 5
3 1 0 .s 0
.00
310.50
54.00
.00
54.00
195.75
.00
195.75
445 .64
249.14
2267000
196.50
1
42.00
50.30
A1
020502
A
14
446L
175.50
175.50
r,275.75
4473
I,275.75
4459
3 7 8 .0 0
4477
175.50
4476
4478
4 7. 2 5
4479
310.50
4462
5 4 .0 0
OF OSS ADr RESPr 4453
DIST:
001-25-559-51-4104
104 I'NTTS OSS CCE HMKR
DIST:
001-25-559-01-4101
28 I'NITS OSS CCE RESPITE
UU
1 5 2. 0 0
001-25-569-31-4103
14.5
.00
.00
HP/VOID
BATCH
NET PAY
24.92
DIST:
DIST:
OPERATING ACCAUMT
DISCOT'NTS
t22.96
8L.97
425.00
425.OO
93s.00
680.00
572.63
340.00
2L2.s0
24L.78
244.75
85.00
A1
02Lg02
PAY
4,366.59
4,365.59
kconrad
L22.96
8L.97
425.OO
425.00
935.00
680.00
572.63
340.00
2r2.50
24L.78
244.75
8 5 .0 0
A
COURTREPORTERS,INC.
001 - CF-234A 4673
cottRT REPORTER/2
002-51-512-04-5203
.TEB C}IANDIJER
GROSS AMT
2
A
COMMERCIAI EQUIPMETiTT LEASING
2262534
COPIER LF"ASE #59350
REFI,'ND-AFI.AC
?3187
BAI.IK
I,AKE NATIONAI
NOD SRC #INV
A
CRAIG A. SMITI{ & ASSOC. I N C .
LL2L25
PROFESSIONAISERVICES
40L-2L-572-O7-3LL2
40I-2L-572-07-3LL2
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
LT2L25
PROFESSIONAI SERVICES
4Or-2L-572-07-3LL2
4Or-2L-572-07-3rL2
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
101-38-541-00-3100
VOLUNTEER
73185
BIG
11
Page
BOARD OF COT'NTY COMMISSIONERS
ANNUAI CHECK REGISTER
Eo 02/2L/02
02/L4/02
Minimum:o
195.75
4474
1 , 4 0 4. 0 0
.00
378.00
.00
1 , 4 0 4. 0 0
1,404.00
4475
378.00
02/2r/02
ap550-1s
FOR BANK ACCICTJMf:
VENDOR
NA!.{E
CI{ECK NO.
DIST:
73189
.00
1 , 3 8 3. 7 5
1 6 2. 0 0
.00
1 6 2. 0 0
A
2
A. EI,DRIDGE
5O1O? tTfYR,A
TRAlirscRrPTroN/2000 -cF- 368 -B 2 000cF3688
77-00
DIST: 002-51-613-04-5203
PTION/2OOL-CF-L87A 2 OO1CF187A
TR,ANSCRI
56.50
DIST: 002-51-513-04-5203
1 4 3. 5 0
77.O0
.00
.00
r.43.50
77.OO
5 5 .5 0
.00
56.50
A7
0207 -0t024
24.7r
0208-28733
L4.76
0208-76280
4?.98
0 20 8- 9 5 0 6 0
5.93
0 20 8 - 9 9 5 4 3
9L.67
0213-33012
1 2. 0 0
02Ls-92250
1 2. 0 0
210.05
24.7L
.00
.00
210.0s
24.7L
L4.76
.00
L4.76
47.98
.00
47.98
5.93
.00
6.93
9L.67
.00
9 L. 6 7
1 2. 0 0
.00
1 2 .0 0
12.00
.00
12.00
A
1
2 001CF34 7A
143.50
143.50
143.50
.00
.00
65. 16
ot,ro
001-25-559-01-4101
12 ttNrTS OF OSS CSBG PC
DIST:
001-25-569-31-4103
60013
FIORIDA POWER AND LIGHT
ELEqIR,ICEIJ SERVICE
DIST:
101-50-541-00-4300
EI,E TRICAL SERVICE
DIST:
001-55-519-00-4300
ELE TRICAL SERVICE
DIST:
101-50-541-00-4300
SERVICE
001-01-511-00-4300
ELE TRICAL SERVICE
DIST:
101-50-541-00-4300
SERVICE
DIST:
101-50-541-00-4300
60050
SHEII,A I. FLINN
TRANSCRTPTTON/200L-CF-34'tA
DIST:
002-51-613-04-5203
50119
PAT FRISBY
TRAVEL REIMBI'RSEMENT
001- 31-571 - 00-4000
50189
ELIZABETH
TRAVEL
D.
4460
A1
0 20 5 0 2
A1
0r2502
70013
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
GI.ADES ELE TRIC CIOPERATIVE
SECT'RITY LIGHTING
001-01-511-00-4300
SESI'RITY LIGHTING
001-01-511-00-4300
SECI'RITY LIGHTING
101-50-5{1-00-4300
SECURITY LIGHTING
101-50-541-00-4300
SEC1JRITY LIGHTING
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
101-50-541-00-4300
SECURITY LIGHTING
001-01-511-00-4300
SECURITY LIGHTING
70L-40-522-00-4522
SECT'RITY LIGFTING
001-21-5?2-00-4300
SEC1'RTfY LIGI{TING
8544
02/2t/o2
8544
1 4 3 .s 0
1 4 3. 5 0
02/2L/02
8544
.00
.00
6s.15
6 s .1 5
02/2L/02
8544
33.64
3 3. 5 {
.00
.00
33.64
3!.64
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
I 544
55.85
.00
.00
55.8s
55.85
02/2L/02
8544
55.85
67.90
67.90
.00
.00
67.90
67.90
02/2L/02
8544
523 . O7
123 . 08
.00
.00
s23.07
1 2 3. 0 8
02/2r/02
38.00
.00
38.00
L7.44
.00
L7.44
13.88
.00
rl.
L7 .44
.00
L7.44
L7.44
.00
!7.44
53.00
.00
53.00
64.79
.00
64.79
64.4A
.00
64.48
3 3. 5 4
A
1
SERVICE, I
FL MEDICAI REC1CRD
cAsE rrwEsTrGATroN/2000cF35 0290103355
55.85
002-51-613-05-5203
DIST:
02/2L/02
6s.15
50230
FI.ORIDA NOTARY SERVICE AND
NOTARY FEE-JANET MCKENNA
001-25-559-00-5400
BATCH
152.00
001-11-553-00-4000
60233
IIPIVOID
1,383.75
GRINSI,ADE
REIMBI'RSEI{ENT
CHECK DT
L,3L6 .25
DIST:
DIST:
73195
SERVICE
001-65-519-00-4300
DIST:
DIST:
73L94
NET PAY
1,383.75
DIST:
ELE TRICAL
73L93
OPER,ATING ACCICT'NT
DISCOUrITS
L , 3 L 6. 2 5
ELEETRICAI
73L92
GROSS AIIT
378. 00
001-25-569-01-4101
4457
97.5 t NrTS OF OSS CCE PC
001-25-569-01-4101
102.5 UNrTS OF OSS CCE IIMKR 4458
ELE TRICAIJ
73L9L
BAI{K
I,AKE NATIONAI
NOD SRC I}INV
.00
DIST:
73L90
BIG
kconrad
7,316.25
DIST:
73188
11
Page
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
AT$IUAL CITECK REGISTER
L4zL4r42 02/L4/02 Eo 02/2r/02
Minimum:o
1
A
021302
67.90
A
0214
14
3405
123.08
O2T4 3406
38.00
O2L4 34O?
L7,44
0214
3408
d6
13.88
O2L4 3409
0214
0214
o2L4
o2L4
L7.44
3401
L7.44
3403
53.00
34L8
64.79
3419
o2/2L/02
L4:\4:42
O2/r4/02
FOR BANK ACCOTJNT:
VENDOR NAME
11
BIG
CI{ECK NO,
DIST:
DIST:
73196
73198
73799
02!4
SECURITY LIGHTING
02!4
DAVID GIVENS
YOUTH BASKETBAL], OFFICIAI,
78888
7320].
007-2L-572-00-52LO
80054
JEANNIE HAZELLIEF
TR.ANSCRTPTTON/99-161-CA
DIST:
002-51-613-04-5203
80102
WSTIN }IAZEI,LIEF
VOLUNTEER PAY
70I-40-522-OO-!2O3
80173
701-40-522-00-!2O3
80180
CLAYTON .t. HOLMES
VOLUNTEER PAY
70L-40-522-00-1203
90071
11OOO8
DIST:
73204
770026
DIST:
.73205
110075
DIST:
73206
120058
DIST:
DIST:
73207
MICHAEL AI,AN I{OPKINS
VOLUMTEER PAY
DrST:
DIST:
73203
CHRISTOPHER HAI,L
YOUTH BASKETBATL OFFICIAL
DIST:
DIST:
71202
0OI-2L-572-00-5210
YOUTH BASKETBAIL OFFICIAI'
OOI-2f-572-00-52f0
130040
73208
130061
DIST:
34L6
34L7
A
2
O2L2O2
BATCH
17.44
.00
r7 .44
17.44
.00
!7 .44
L7.44
.00
!7 .44
26.58
.00
26.s8
24.62
.00
24.62
48.00
2 4. 0 0
.00
.00
48.00
24.oo
2 4. 0 0
.00
24.00
30.00
30.00
.oo
.00
30.00
30.00
133.00
.00
.00
125.30
02/2L/O2
8544
o2/2r/o2
4544
133.00
133.00
02/2r/O2
8544
.oo
.00
12s.30
725.30
o2/2!/O2
8544
155.60
155.60
.00
.00
1ss.50
1ss.60
02/27/02
8544
15.00
.oo
.00
1 s .o o
15.00
o2/2r/02
8544
15.00
900.00
900.00
.00
.00
900.00
900.00
02/2L/02
8544
84.00
.00
.00
84.00
84.00
02/2L/o2
8544
84.00
90.00
90.00
. oo
.00
90.00
90.00
02/2r/o2
8544
20.00
20.00
.00
.00
20.00
20.00
02/21/02
4544
.00
.00
'72s.0o
02/2r/02
8544
575.00
150.00
.00
150.00
.00
.00
o.+5
vz/zLlvz
8544
02/2L/02
8544
24.O0
OL29O2
24.00
1
A
O2LAO2
30.00
A
1
133.00
99-161CA
133.00
125.30
1
A
02L802
L 2 5. 3 0
A
1
02t802
155.50
A
1
02!802
15.00
1
9 0 0 .0 0
A
0!2802
DAVID KINCHEN
VOLUI TEER PAY
A
o2ra02
1
9 0 .0 0
L
20.oo
7Or-40-522-OO-1203
A
G R E G O R YC . I , A N D R U M , P S Y . D
PRE-TRIAI CONSULT/2OOOCF38A5149
002-51-615-00-3100
EXPERT WITNESS/99_397CFA
6155
0 0 2- 5 1- 6 21 - 0 1 - 3 1 0 8
725.OO
2
575.00
575.00
1s0.00
A
1
6.45
0277 3225
6.4s
6 .45
6.45
007-17-562-00-4100
101-50-541-04-6302
HPIVOID
zd.)E
DIANE B. KINCHEN
TRAVEL REIMBURSEMEMT
L02-01-552-00-4000
THE MtRplrY CONSTRUCTION
R E P L A C E M E N TO F B R I D G E
CHECK DT
L7.44
A
1
CHERRY KEI,LY
TRANSCRTPTTON/2001-CF-385A 2001CF385A
84.00
002-51-613-04-5203
PHONE SERVICE
DIST:
0214 34L2
A
SUPPORT
INVESTIGATIVE
cAsE TNVESTTGATTON/2ooo-CF4 2830
002-51-513-02-5203
M C r W O R L D C O MC O M M S E R V T C E
NET PAY
17.44
SEC[,'RITY LIGHTING
101-50-541-00-4300
78873
3410
02L4 34rl
DIST:
101-50-541-00-4300
OPERATING ACCOUNT
DISCOUNTS
r7 .44
l-0L-50-541-00-4300
DIST:
GROSS AMT
I
kconrad
64.48
o2t4
DIST:
DIST:
73200
001- 56-519- 00-43 00
SECURITY LIGHTING
101-50-541-00-4300
SECURITY ],IGHTING
101-50-541-00-4300
SECI'RITY LIGHTING
DIST:
73I9'I
I.AKE NATIONAT BANK
NOD SRC #INV
DIST:
DIST:
Page
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ANNUAL CHECK REGISTER
Eo O2/2r/02
Minimum:O
ap55o-1s
A
O2-OT-T4
1
198,504.08
198,604.08
1 9 8 ,5 0 4 . 0 8
.00
.00
198,604.08
198,604.08
02/2L/02
ap550-I6
FOR BANR ACCOIIIfrT:
VEIIDOR
NAIIE
CHECK NO.
73209
130091
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DISTr
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
732LO
130107
DIST:
732LL
.00
.00
5 , 9 5 0. 0 0
? 5 0 .0 0
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
8544
.00
800.00
.00
750.00
.00
750.00
.00
2,1s0.00
.00
750.00
1,s35.80
1 , 5 3 5. 8 0
.00
.00
1,s35.80
1,536.80
02/2r/02
9544
4 2. 0 0
42.OO
.00
.00
42.00
42.OO
02/2r/02
8544
79.62
.00
.00
79.62
7 9. 6 2
02/2r/02
8544
79.62
20.00
20.00
.00
.00
20.00
20.00
02/2L/02
A28
2 , 9 9 9. 5 7
13.31
0208-20040
13.31
t73.76
0208-21180
L73.76
2L2.69
0208-28000
105.35
106.34
40.49
0 20 8- 2 9 0 0 0
40.49
0208-31000
309.97
13.02
6.51
25.42
69.74
69.74
15.50
32.24
5r.75
6.51
13.02
5.s1
0 20 8- 5 21 0 0
502.23
502.23
40.06
0 20 8- 5 5 0 0 0
4 0 .0 5
0 20 8- 5 6 5 0 0
13.31
13.31
.00
.00
2 , 9 9 9. 6 7
02/2r/02
2.5,
750.00
101
002-51-681-00-3108
ATTORNEY FEE/00-DP-
019
DIST:
002-51-681-00-3108
ATTORNEY FEE/01-DP-
07s
DISTr
002-51-681-00-3108
KATHLEEN E. MOORE, ESO.
ATIICRNEY FEE/9S-57DP
A
209L3
DIST:
150074
A
42.00
NEXTEL COMMUNICATIONS
CELIJUI'AR PHONE SERVICE
A1
020302
79.62
303-68-519-00-4100
A
REBECCA NEVICOMER
OFFICIAI
001-31-571-00-4300
WATER/SEV|ER SERVTCE
DIST:
DrST:
001-04-513-01-4607
0O1-05-513-01-4507
WATER SERVICE
DIST:
001-21-572-00-4300
VIATER/SETIER SERVICE
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DrST:
001-14-525-00-4300
001-65-519-00-4300
001-66-519-02-4300
OO2-66-602-02-4300
DISTr
DIST:
DIST:
002-55-603-02-4300
002-66-504-02-43OO
007-12-515-00-4300
007-35-520-00-4300
101-29-519-00-4300
101-38-541-00-4300
501-35-534-00-4300
WATER/SET{ER SERVICE
DIST:
001-01-511-00-4300
WATER SERVICE
DIST:
00L-22-537-O0-4619
TIATER SERVICE
DIST:
OOr-2L-572-05-4300
1
O2T8O2
20.00
001-21-572-00-5210
DIST:
1
O2L8O2
001-21-5?2-00-5210
001-21-572-00-4300
WATER SERVICE
DIST:
DIST:
1
1,536.80
OFFICIAI
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
22-OO4B
002-51-681-00-3108
OKEECHOBEE UTILITY
WATER SERVICE
BATCH
18.14
37.07
4.73
9.47
2.37
4.73
DIST:
140089
HPIVOID
5 , 9 5 0. 0 0
?50.00
A6
22-0044
78.88
078
140081
CHECK DT
9544
OIJIVER K, MACKENZIE.SMITH
ATTORNEY FEE/01-DP. 079
002-51-681-00-3108
ATIORNEY FEE/01-DP-018
DAVISHA MOORE
YOUTII BASKETBAIL
NET PAY
02/2r/02
78.88
002-51-681-00-3108
AfTORNEY FEE/01-DP-
138234
OPERATING ACCI)UNT
DISCOUMTS
78.88
?8.88
A1
020602
DIST:
130125
9
kconrad
.00
.00
.]ANET L. MCKENNA
TRAVEL REIMBI'RSEMENT
001-25-569-00-4000
001-25-569-01-4000
OOL-25-569-22-4000
001-25-559-31-4000
001-25-569-41-4000
001-25-569-51-4000
001-25-569-61-4000
YOUTH BASKETBAIL
732L5
GROSS AI4T
800.00
800.00
750.00
22-O04C
750.00
750.00
22-OO4D
750.00
2,150.00
22-0049'
2,1s0.00
7 5 0 .0 0
22-004F
750.00
DIST:
732L4
I.AKE NATIONAJ, BANK
NOD SRC #INV
002-51-681-00-3108
ATTORNEY FEE/01-DP-
DIST:
732L3
BIG
DIST:
DIST:
732L2
11
Page
BOARD OF COUMTY COMMISSIONERS
A!{I.IUAi, SI{ECK REGI STER
1 4 z L 4 z 4 20 2 / L 4 / 0 2 E o 0 2 / 2 L / 0 2
Minimum:o
AIITHORITY
.00
L73.76
.00
2r2.69
.00
4 0. 4 9
.00
44.95
.00
502.23
.00
40.06
.00
13.31
9544
02/2L/02
ap550-ls
L4:L4t42 02/L4/02 Eo O2/2r/02
Minimum:0
FOR BANK ACCOUMI:
\'ENDOR
NAI,IE
CIIECK NO,
DISTr
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DfST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DI$T:
DIST:
DIST;
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DISTr
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
11
BIG
IAKE
VIATERSERVICE
001-21-572-00-4300
I{ATER SERVICE
001-21-572-05-4300
I{ATER/SEVIERSERVIqE
001-14-525-00-4300
001-56-519-00-4300
001-65-519-02-4300
O02-66-602-02-4300
002-66-503-02-4300
002-55-504-02-4300
007-12-515-00-4300
007-35-520-00-4300
101-29-519-00-4300
101-38-541-00-4300
501-36-534-00-4300
WATER/SEI{ERSERVICE
001-14-525-00-4300
001-66-519-00-4300
001-66-5'19-02-4300
002-66-602-02-43OO
002-56-503-02-1lOO
002-56-604-02-4fO0
007-12-515-00-4300
007-35-520-00-4300
101-29-519-00-4300
101-38-541-00-4300
501-35-534-00-4300
WATER/SETVER
SERVTCE
001-14-525-00-4300
001-65-519-00-4300
001-55-519-02-4100
002-65-502-02-4300
002-65-503-02-4300
002-55-504-02-4300
007-12-515-00-4300
007-35-520-00-4300
101-29-519-00-4300
101-38-541-00-4300
501-36-534-00-4300
WATER/SEI{ERSERVICE
001-14-525-00-4300
001-66-519-00-4300
001-65-519-02-4300
002-66-602-02-4300
002-66-603-02-43OO
002-56-604-02-4300
007-12-515-00-4300
007-35-520-00-4300
101-29-519-00-4300
101-38-541-00-4300
501-36-534-00-4300
WATERSERVICE
001-01-511-00-4300
IVATERSERVICE
001-01-511-00-4300
WATERSERVICE
00L-2L-572-05-4300
YIATER/SETIERSERVICE
00L-2L-572-O0-4300
v|ATER/SEWERSERVTCE
001-08-519-00-4300
VIATERSBRVICE
701-45-522-00-4300
IIATER/SEWERSERVICE
001-25-569-00-4300
WAfER/8EI{ER SERVICE
001-25-569-00-4300
Page
BOARD OF G€IxqrY ClCt4,lrssroNERs
ANNUAL CHECK REGISTER
NATIONAIJ BAIIK
NOD SRC #INV
0 2 0 8- 5 6 6 5 0
4 3. 8 9
0 20 8- 5 6 8 8 0
527.93
0208-31000
1 3. 0 2
5.51
25.42
69.14
69.74
15.50
32.24
51.76
5.51
13.02
5.51
0208-31000
1 3. 0 2
5.51
25.42
59.74
59.74
15.50
32.24
5L.76
5.51
13.02
5.51
0 2 0 8- 3 1 0 0 0
13.02
5.51
25.42
69.74
69.74
15.50
32.24
5I.76
5.51
1 3. 0 2
6.51
0208-31000
L3.02
6.51
25.42
69.74
69.74
15.50
32.24
5L.76
5.51
13.o2
6.51
0 20 8- 4 6 0 0 8
13.31
0 20 8- 5 0 0 0 8
13.31
0 2 0 8- 5 5 89 0
17.83
0 20 8- 5 7 0 0 0
38.04
0 20 8- 5 9 0 0 0
32.42
0 20 8- 9 5 0 5 0
20.09
0 2 0 8- 0 1 5 0 0
57.18
0 20 8- 0 1 80 0
38.04
GROSS AIifI
10
kconrad
OPERATING ACCICI'NT
DISCOI'NTS
IIET
PAY
43.89
.00
43.89
527.93
.00
s27.93
309.97
.00
154.98
309.97
.00
84.00
309.97
.00
19.53
309.97
.00
6.s1
13.31
.00
13.31
13.31
.00
13.31
17.83
.00
17.83
3 8. 0 4
.00
38.04
3 2. 4 2
.00
32.42
2 0 .0 9
.00
20.09
5 7 .1 8
.00
5 7 .1 8
38.04
.00
3 8. 0 4
CHECK DT
HPIVOID
BATCH
14:!4:42
O2/2L/02
ap55o-Is
FOR BANK ACCOUMT:
VENDOR NAME
11
BIG
CHECK NO.
I,AKE NATIONAL BANK
NOD SRC #INV
DIST:
279.15
53.60
.00
53.60
0208-20000
'12.64
?2.54
.00
119.30
.00
119.30
O2O8/2LL8O
145.98
L46.98
.00
146.98
O2O8 20480
22O.L4
220.14
.00
22o.L4
l-04.00
.oo
.00
1 0 4 .o o
104.00
02/2L/02
8544
.00
.00
75.00
75.00
02/2L/02
8544
.oo
.00
1 0 4 .o o
1 0 4. 0 0
02/21/02
8544
104.00
34.00
34.00
.o0
.00
34.00
3 4. 0 0
o2/2r/o2
8544
20.00
20.00
.00
.00
20.00
20.00
02/2t/02
75.00
.oo
.00
76.00
76.00
o2/21/o2
8544
.oo
.00
s 5 .o o
56.00
o2/2r/02
8544
. oo
.00
66.0o
10.00
o2/2r/ 02
8544
10.00
s6.00
.00
56.00
13.34
.oo
.00
13.34
73.34
02/27/02
66.00
.oo
.00
56.00
66.00
02/2L/02
8544
.00
.00
79.27
't9.27
O2/2L/O2
8544
.00
.00
2,13S.38
2,L38.38
02/2r/02
8544
DrST:
001-31-571-00-4300
W A T E R / S E W E RS E R V T C E
DIST:
?01-40-522-00-4300
158813
L58824
L58829
158851
DIST:
158860
DIST:
158866
DIST:
73222
158882
DIST:
73223
158884
DIST:
DIST:
73224
r5A923
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
.13225
L58992
DIST:
?3226
160014
DIST:
DIST:
73227
'72.64
W A T E R / S E W E R / G A R B A GSEE R V T C E 0 2 0 8 - 9 5 1 0 0
119.30
1 0 1- 5 0 - 5 4 1 - 0 0 - 4 3 0 0
DIST:
7322L
BATCH
DIST:
160065
1
A
ROBERT BAKER
ADULT SPRING SOFTBAIL OFFIC 021502
104'OO
104.00
00L-21-572-00-5210
SYI,VESTER WI{ITTAKER
YOUTH BASKETBAIL OFFICIAL
1
A
76.00
1
A
DARRELL CROFT
OFFIC
021502
A
OFFICIAI'
1
O21,8O2
34.00
001-21-572-00-5210
THOMAS J. HANAHTIE
YOUTH BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
A
1
021802
20.00
OOL-27-572-O0-5210
FRANK BIRTS
YOUTH BASKETBALL
A
OFFICIAI
1
76.OO
027802
76.00
001-21--572-00-5210
JOYCE DAVrS
ADI'LT SPRING SOFTBALI, OFFIC
A
1
56.00
56.00
021502
56.00
00r-2L-572-OO-52tO
A
VERNON r{ARRTSON
YOUTH BASKETBAI,I, OFFICIAL
O2O5O2
001-21-572-00-5210
YOIITH BASKETBALL OFFICIAL
O2T8O2
2
55.00
10.00
s6. 00
OOL-2I-572-0O-5210
A
013102
NANCY OSBORN
TRAVEL REIMBI'RSEMENT
001-25-569-00-4000
1
001-25-569-01-4000
.40
3.07
OO7-25-569-22-4000
001-25-559-3L-4000
001-25-559-41-4000
001-25-559-51-4000
001-25-569-61-4000
.80
t - .6 0
.40
.80
ERNEST KENTY
A
YOUTH BASKETBALL OFFICIAI
001-21-572-00-5210
PETTY CASH.BCC GENERAL
PETTY EASH REIMBURSEMENT
1
55.00
O2I8O2
56.00
A
1
79 2'1
79.27
0!2902
5.L2
74.L5
001-01-511-00-5100
001-01-511-00-4000
PT'BLIC DEFENDER,
COUNTY OBLIGATION/JAN
104.00
104.00
001-21-572-00-5210
LEONARD BRAZELL
YOUTIT BASKETBAIL
76.00
76.00
O2L8O2
001-21-572-00-5210
ADU],T SPRING SOFTBAIL
73220
HP/VOID
001-14-525-00-4300
DIST:
732T9
CHECK DT
11
DIST:
DIST:
73218
NET PAY
.00
W A T E R / S E W E RS E R V T C E
73217
OPERATING ACCOUNT
DISCOT'NTS
279.15
W A T E R / S E W E RS E R V T C E
732T6
GROSS AMT
0208-04700
279 '].5
001-65-519-03-4300
W A T E R / S E W E R / G A R B A GSEE R V T C E 0 2 0 8 - 1 1 3 0 5
s3.60
001-08-519-00-4300
W A T E R / S E W E RS E R V T C E
DIST:
Page
kconrad
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
ANNUAL CHECK REGISTER
Eo O2/2L/02
O2/L4/02
Minimum:O
A
2OO2
JAN 2OO2
1
2,138.38
2,138.38
02/2I/02
ap550-le
L4t!4242
FOR BAIiIK ACCIOTJI\IT:
VENDOR NAII{E
CI'ECK NO.
],1
BIG
NATIONAIJ BANK
NOD SRC #INV
LAKE
z,
158948
EI,ISA
73229
168950
CHILD
DIST:
73230
180016
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
,525L
180017
DIST:
73232
180029
DIST:
73233
188890
DIST:
73234
188899
DIST:
73235
190082
DISTr
73238
L9OL42
DIST:
73239
190184
DIST:
73240
O.IJ. RAI'LERSON''R, SIIERIFF
MONTHLYREQUISITION
002-53-581.91-01-1000
002-53-581.91-01-3000
002-53-581.91-02-1000
002-53-581.91-02-3000
002-53-581.91-03-1000
002-53-581.91-03-1001
002-53-581.91-03-1002
002-53-581.91-03-1004
002-53-581.91-03-8900
002-53-581.91-03-8901
002-53-581.91-03-8903
002-53-581.91-00-7100
L9O2LL
DIST:
10.00
10.00
02/2r/02
285.50
285.60
.00
.00
285.60
285.60
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
7 6 3 ,1 0 7 . 0 0
A
1
7 5 3 , 1 0 ? .0 0
7/ 2 0 O t - O 2
32s,29L.OO
s 8 , 8 9 1 .0 0
2 4 9 , 7 3 7. 0 0
7L,270.OO
22,393 . 00
21,895.00
2,752.00
8,629.00
584.67
183.33
r,276.00
204.00
.00
.00
7 6 3 , L 0 7. O 0
7 6 3 , L 0 7. O O
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
8544
9 4. 0 0
9 4. 0 0
.00
.00
94.00
9 4. 0 0
02/2t/02
8544
.00
.00
775.OO
7't5.OO
02/2r/02
8544
775.OO
91.00
91.00
.00
.00
91.00
9 1 .0 0
02/2L/02
I 544
2,300.00
750.00
.00
.00
2,300.00
750.00
02/2L/02
8544
800.00
.00
800.00
7s0.00
.00
7 5 0 .0 0
.00
.00
s3.8s
s 3. 8 5
02/2L/02
8544
53.85
2 2 , L 2 L. 5 0
2 2 , L 2 L. 5 0
.00
.00
22,L2L.s0
22, L2r .5O
02/2t/02
4544
4 0 .0 0
40.00
.00
.00
40.00
4 0 .0 0
02/2L/02
3r.9.82
3!9.42
.00
.00
3L9.82
171.50
.00
.00
1 ? 1 .s 0
171.50
02/2L/02
.00
.00
48.L4
02/2r/02
48.L4
1
A
DEC 2OO1
8544
9 4 .0 0
002-51-513-05-5203
S H E I J D O NH . R I F K I N , P I I D , P A
EXPERT EVAIUATION/2OOO-CFA5
A
775.00
1
2OOOCFA521
775.OO
002-51-616-00-3100
002-51-613-04-5203
A1
20 0 1 c F - 4 7 5
91.00
GLENN iI. SNETDER, L.L.C.
ATTORNEY FEE O1-051-DP
A3
21-107A
002-51-581-00-3108
ATTORNEY FEE OO.O19-DP
2 1- 1 0 7 8
DONNA SPEIRS
TRANSSRI PTION / 2 OOI - CF - 47 6A
7 5 0 .0 0
800.00
2I-LO7C
750.00
A
CELESTE SMITH, TAX C1)LLEqTOR
O2L5O2
LICENSE AND TAG/TR.AIIJER
1
5J.6tr
s3.85
40!-2L-572-0O-4900
A
& 2ND Q O1O2O2
I
22,L2t.5O
001-04-581-91-1000
.IR.
WAQUIN SILVAS,
VOI,UNTEER PAY
7OL-40-522-OO-L2O3
A1
02L802
SPRIMT
PHONE SERVICE
002 - 51 - 513 - 00 - 4100
A1
0204-0434
3L9.82
EARBARA SCHOPP
TRANSCRTpTTON/ 2 000 - CF - 3O2-A
O02-5L-6L2-O4-5203
2 000CF3 02A
DEBOR,AII SCIIWENDEN}IAIiIN
TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT
A1
ot2902
001-25-569-00-4000
BATCH
L50.5O
1
A
OKEECIIOBEE HOSPTTAI rNC. D/B
HOSPTTAL RECI)RDS/2 001 -CF- 47 2 001CF475A
!{.C. SHERMAN
MERIT INCREASES/IST
IIPIVOID
285.50
002-51-681-00-3108
190041
CI{ECK DT
.00
.00
002-51-513-00-3100
DIST:
DIST:
73237
SHERIFF
SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT
002-51-681-00-3108
ATIORNEY FEE O1-099-DP
190001
NET PAY
10.00
DIST:
DIST:
73236
RAI'LERSON .JR.,
OPERATING ACCI)I'MT
DISCOUNTS
10.00
10.00
70L-40-522-0O-L203
O.L.
GROSS AMT
A1
02t802
PREVATT
PAY
VOLUMTEER
DIST:
Page
kconrad
BOARD OF COT'NTY COMMISSIONERS
ANNUAI CHECK REGISTER
02/L4/02
Eo 02/2L/02
Minimum:o
40.00
A
1
171.50
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
I 544
3L9.82
1 7 1. 5 0
48.L4
48.14
L.44
8544
02/2L/02
ap550-1s
FOR BANK ACCOUNI:
VENDOR NAME
CI{ECK NO.
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DISTr
DrST:
7324L
L90236
DIST:
73242
19r.067
DIST:
DIST:
73243
191121
DIST:
73244
200063
DIST:
73245
22A8L4
DIST:
73246
22AA25
DrST:
73247
22AA4L
DIST:
1324A
230005
DIST:
73249
T].
BIG
L,AKE NATIONAL BANK
NOD SRC #INV
A
02L802
DONNY R. ARNOLD
VOLI'NTEER PAY
A1
o2L802
DIST:
RETT'RN ITEM
232L65
001-55-519-00-4610
CHISEL,I{AMMERAND GLOVES
DIST:
0 0 1- 6 5 - 5 1 9 - 0 0 - 4 6 0 2
DRILL
SCREWS
DIST:
001-66-519-00-4606
DT'R,ABOND
DI ST:
001-56-519-00-4506
1
44
230086
DIST:
.00
5 0 0 .0 0
24.00
24.00
.00
.00
2 4. 0 0
2 4. 0 0
02/2L/02
240.00
240.00
.00
.00
240.00
240.00
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
5.00
5.00
.00
.00
5.00
5.00
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
8544
s.00
5 .0 0
.00
.00
5.00
5.00
02/2L/02
8544
3s.00
3s.00
.00
.00
3s.00
35.00
02/2r/02
8544
40.00
40.00
.00
.00
4o.oo
40.00
02/2t/02
8544
1 , 3 8 5. 1 5
30.31
.00
.00
1 , 3 8 5 .1 5
30.31
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
8544
72.54
.00
72.54
.00
r.od-
73.69
.00
73.69
76.85
.00
75.85
6.s9
.00
5.59
4.19
.00
4.19
26.29
.00
26.29
15.71
.00
15.71
22.L4
.00
22.L4
40.10
.00
40.10
10.69
.00
10.69
4.23
.00
4.23
4 0 .0 0
GARDEN IIOSE AND NOZZLES
7 0L-40-522- 00 - 4604
001-56-519-00-4504
CONCRETE MIX
s00.00
02/2L/02
240.00
021902
70I-40-522-O0-L203
DIST:
1 , 0 0 0 .0 0
500.00
35.00
701-40-522-OO-L203
DIST:
DIST:
.00
.00
5.00
232622
DISTI
1,000.00
500.00
8544
s.00
RrCK CIIARTTER
VOLI'NTEER PAY
701-40-522-00-1203
DRYIIALI.
o01-66-s19-00-4606
STAPLES
001-66-s19-00-4606
VINYI, COVER AND BACK SAW
001 - 56- 519- 00 - 45 05
POLYSE,AMSF"AL AND 9IOOD FILLE
1
1
DOOR STOPS A}.ID HOSE
40L-2L-572- 00- 4604
DTST:
s.oo
5.00
500.00
02L802
70r-40-522-0O-1203
001-56-519-00-5209
CONCRETE, BOLT, CORD, BIT
701-40-522-00-5203
o2/2t/02
.00
.00
5.00
s. 00
24.00
A
TREASURECOAST CPURT REPORTI
c o u R T R E P O R T E R / 2 0 0 0 - C F - 4 4 4 -7 9 8 N C
O02-5L-6L2-04-5203
DIST:
BATCH
s00.00
A1
02r802
2 3 0 0 1 0 W&9I LI'MBER OF OKEESHOBEE
DIST:
1
A
2000cF4?34
001-21-572-00-5210
001-66-519-00-4606
SIIOP HEATER
HPIVOID
2.89
2
DIST:
CI{ECK DT
5.78
L.44
A
SI'NCOASTC9INSELTNG
E X P E R TW r r r i r E S S / 2 0 0 1 - C F - 5 1 9 8 4 3
002-51-513-02-5203
E X P E R TW T T I i T E S S / 2 0 0 1 - C F - 3 3 98A4 5
002-51-513-02-5203
DOUGI"AS 9IAYNE VIOOD, !tR.
VOLUNTEER PAY
NET PAY
2.99
5.00
MARGIE JOHNSON
VOLUNTEER PAY
OPERATING ACCOUNT
DISCOUNTS
22.65
002-51-613-06-5203
JA!.{ES R. SllAltIKS
YOUTII BASKETBAIJIJ OFFICIAL
GROSS AMT
r5
kconrad
11.07
001-25-569-01-4000
001-25-569-21-4000
001-25-569-31-4000
001-25-569-41-4000
001-25-569-51-4000
001-25-559-51-4000
CHERYL STRICKI,AND
CERTTFTED COPTES/2000 -CF-47
Page
BOARD OF COUMTY COMMISSIONERS
AI,INUAI, CHECK REGISTER
L4rr4t42 02/L4/02 Eo 02/2L/02
Minimum:o
30.31
72.54
1.681.68-
232LAL
73.69
232234
76.85
232260
5.59
232556
4.19
233576
26.29
233605
15.71
233553
22.L4
233720
40.10
232L35
10.69
232!92
4.23
02/2r/02
ap550-1s
L4rL4t42 02/L4/02 Eo 02/2L/02
Minimum:o
FOR BAI\IK ACCILNI:
VENDOR
NA!,IE
CHECK NO.
11
BIG
I,AKE NATIONAL BANK
NOD SRC *IMT
212?70
TICIDE
001-66-519-00-460'a
23LL72
GROIII AI{D SPONGE
?01-40-522-00-{504
231513
PAIVT Ar{D PAINT BRUSHES
7OL-40-522-O0-52O3
23L62I
PAINT,PLUGS AIiID NI'MBERS
101-50-541-00-4600
23I7L3
POLYSEAMSEAI
00l-66-519-00-4531
2!L724
CPNCRETEPA?CH
001-56-519-00-4531
212595
CIRNER IRONS
701-40-522-00-4600
232672
scREr|s AND I{ASHERS
001-55-519-05-4504
212686
PAKTOCK
001-65-519-00-4504
SCRET{DRIVERSET & HACKSAW 233031
001-66-s19-00-4602
AI{D SCRE 231?79
SA}IDPAPER.DI'RABOND
001-04-513-01-4607
232007
LTQUTD NATLS, DRIWAI,L
001-55-519-00-4506
232OLI
PINE
001-66-519-00-4606
232LL7
DRYWAIJLSCREWS, PINE
001-65-519-00-4506
232L34
.TOINT TAPE, C1CRNERBEAD
001-66-519-00-4606
BRUSHES,ROI.IER COVERS,PLI'NG 233L7 6
001-66-519-00-,1504
PLI'NGER.FI,USH VALVE, FIAPPER 233192
001-66-519-00-4604
AI'CHOR KIT A}ID TOII,ET SE,AT 233230
001-21-572-00-4518
233360
SQI'EEGE
4OL-2L-572-OO-46O4
ALUMINW SE,AI.ANTAND BRUSHE 233567
001-55-519-00-4604
WOOESTAKES, FL.AGGINGTAPE 23373L
4OL-2L-572-OO'4604
SE,A'.A![T,ROI,LER COVER,L.INER 233750
001:66-519-00-4604
233920
FAUCET
001-56-519-00-4503
233994
sAriID MIX
001-65-519-05-4604
MACHETEAND GAIVAIiIIZED PIPE 234075
101-50-541-00-5203
RECEPTACLETESTER & CPNNEqT 234L26
401-2t-572-O0-4604
234326
TAPE MEASI'RE AIID LI'MBER
001-56-519-05-4510
CEMEIIT PATCH AI\ID .]OINT KNIF 2343A6
001-66-519-05-4604
234444
CEMENT PATCII A}ID GI{'VES
001-66-519-05-{504
TOILET SEAT
234609
40L-2L-572-OO-4604
INSEqTICIDE AI{D I.AMP HOI,DER234680
001-56-519-00-4604
GROSS AI'T
INSE
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
DIST:
73250
230078
DIST:
73251
23OLL7
gIASTE I,IAI{AGEMENT INC.
TRASH SERVICE
101-50-541-00-4300
DOUGI.AS W, WERK, .fR.
Page
BOARD OF CI)I'NTY CIMMISSIONERS
A}INUAL OIECK R.ECTSTSN
14
kconrad
OPERATING ACCOUNT
DISCOUNTS
NET
PAY
50.75
.00
50.?5
7.92
.00
7.92
29.L9
.00
29.L9
CHECK DT
I{P/VOID
BATCII
50.?6
7.92
29.L9
L4.99
1 4. 9 9
1 { 1. 9 9
15.95
.00
15.95
L2.57
.00
t2.51
L.75
.00
L.75
5.L2
.00
5.12
76.09
.00
76.09
4.95
.00
4.95
23.65
.00
23.68
L2L.39
.00
L2L -39
10.11
,00
10.11
12.80
.00
1 2. 8 0
6.03
.00
6.03
31.55
.00
31.65
fD.
.00
55.65
15.04
.00
L6.04
L4.23
.00
L4.23
169.58
.00
159.58
2L.6L
.00
2 L. 6 L
15.40
.00
15.40
25.00
.00
25.00
L2.36
.00
L3.62
.00
13.62
35.54
.00
35.54
15.95
L2.5?
L.75
5.12
75.09
4.95
23 -68
121.39
10.11
12.80
5.03
31.65
oo
55.65
16.04
L4.23
169.58
2L'6L
1 5' 4 0
25.00
L2.36
L3.62
35.54
9 1. t 4
9 1 .1 4
91.14
6.02
.00
6.02
6.02
25.46
25.46
25.46
20.93
.00
20.93
s6.86
.00
5 5 .8 5
42.75
42.75
.00
.00
42.75
42.75
0 2/ 2 r / 0 2
60.50
0 2/ 2 L / 0 2
20.93
56.86
A1
1 8 5 3 20 0 4 6 3
42.75
50.60
8544
02/2r/02
ap550-Is
FOR BA!|K ACCICUNI:
VENMR
NAI{E
CHECK NO.
DIST:
73252
11
BIG
LAKE
rmruAl &hcx necrerEn
BAI{X
NATIONAL
NOD 8RC
PAY
VOI,I'NTEER
?01-40-522-00-1203
24OOg4 I,ARRY STEVE WEEKS, SR.
VOIJ'}TIEER PAY
DIST: 70L-40-522-O0-L2O3
REGISTER TOTALS CIIECKS:
110
VOIDS:
Page
kconlad
BOARD OF G:|3UNTY COil}fiSgIONERS
14:14:,13 02/L4/02 Eo 02/2L/02
Mlnlmum:o
GROSS AMT
*I!{\I
OPERATI}IG ACCQUITT
DISCOI'ITTS
NET
PAY
60.60
.00
60.50
65.00
65.00
.00
.00
6s.00
65.00
1388,107.03
.00
0 21 8 0 2
CHECK E T
HPII'OID
15
BATCH
50.50
A1
02LA02
65.00
246
1388,107.03
02/2L/02
85r4
o2/21,/O2
:-sco-lc
14:15:00
FOR BANK ACCOUNT:
VENDOR NAlvlE
CHECK NO.
1104
158892
DIST:
44
BIG
I,AKE NATIONAL BANK
NOD SRC #rNV
A
O K E E C H O B E EA B S T R A C T & T I T L E I
SHIP CLOSING/RICHARD M. ROT ROTH
1
VOIDS:
1
GROSS AMT
SHIP ACCOUNT
DTSCOUNTS
NET PAY
1 3 , O O O .O O
13,OOO OO
.oo
.00
13,000.00
13,000.00
13,000.00
00
13,00000
13,000 00
301-01-554-00-4601
REGISTER TOTALS CHECKS:
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SeniorServicesContract
SUBJECT:Okeechobee
With Area Agencyon Aging for
United StatesDepartmentof Agriculture (USDA)
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Amendment#3 to theUSDA contractwith theAreaAgencyonAging PalmBeach,TreasureCoast,
to $35,125.00,
anincrease
of $142.00.This
Inc.,changes
theamountof thegrantfrom $34,983.00
Thecontract
contract,#ru-011-5,isfortheperiodOctoberl,200l
throughSeptember30,2002.
for the Meals on Wheelsand CongregateMeals
with the USDA providescost reirnbursement
programs.
This amendment
is theresultof a USDA accountingchangein theunit rateofreimbursementfrom
for a meal. The Meals On Wheelsand Congregate
Meals
to $0.60601003329
$0.60356759
programsarenot affectedby this accountingadjustment.
RECOMMENDATION:
Thatthe BOCC ratiff the changein unit rateandthe fund increasein USDA contract#ru011-5
for theperiodof October1,2001throughSeptember
30,2002.
Approved for Agenda
I T E M, 5
2128t02
Page1 ofl
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SIIB.IECT: RX'P- HeevT Duty Automotive Lift
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The Road}daintenancepeeartme,nthasfilnds dbcated for the prnchaseof a heary dtlty
autornotivelift in the currentfiscalyear.
Th RFP and specificationsare attachod.
RECOMMENDATIONT
That the BOCC approvethe RFPfor the heary duty automotivelift andauthorizeStaff
to advertise.
Approvedfor fuenda
Itffi
lb
2n8t02
Pgl of2
OKEECHOBEECOUNTY
REQUESTFOR PROPOSALS
RFP2002-04
OkeechobeeCountyherebyrequestsproposalsfrom qualifiedvendorsto supplya2081230volt
heary duty (27,000lbs.minimum)automotivelift. The unit mustnot requirea ceilingheight
gleaterthansixteenfeet (16'-0').
Department
Any questionsare to be directedto Jackflarris, HeadMechanic,Road]vlaintenance
(863)763-3s14.
Proposalsaredueno laterthan3:00PMon Friday,March22,2002. All proposalsreceivedafter
this time anddatewill not be openedor considered.Proposalsmust be submittedin a sealed
envelope,be clearlymarked"Heavy f,)uty AutomotiveLift Bid" No.2002-04andbe sentto 304
Fl 34972.
NW 2nd Street,Room 106,Okeechobee,
The criteria usedto evaluateproposalswill be:
a. Cost
b. Suitabilityto County's needs
c. Warranty
d. References
OkeechobeeCountyacceptsno responsibilitiesfor anyexpensesrelatedto the preparationor
Countyreservesthe right to reject anyor all proposals,to
deliveryof proposals.Okeechobee
waiveerrorsandinformalitiesandto acceptthe proposal"which in it's judgement,bestserves
the County'sneeds.
SharonRobertsoruClerk
Board of County Commissioners
ClifBetts, Chainnan
Board of CountyCommissioners
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ADVERTISTMEIiIT FOR RE-ROOFING
PROTECTS AT i'AIIJ AND HRS FACII'ITY
Subj ect :
for
& Associates
A.
Smith
with
Craig
has contracted
Staff
for
and
construction
bidding
Services for the design,
Professional
for
s
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r
v
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s
T
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c
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.
and the
of the Jail
the re-roofs
a
m
o
u
nts
B
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t
h
j
a
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l
i
s
r
o
o
f
roof are $9,400, and the HRS
the
$7,70O.
p
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c
t
'
s
c
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s
t
s
.
estimated
are less than 3t of each
scope of work, and cont,ract documents
To date, the specifications,
for a
options
The Jai1 bid is to include
have been completed.
The HRS bid will
up covering.
built
single p1y verses a modified
various
t)T)es of metal
versus
of shingles,
the option
include
proceed
p
r
o
j
e
c
t
s
to
for
both
is
anticipated
It
roofing.
simultaneously.
can be received
Complete specifications
Contact Tony Ard for specifications.
from
staff
if
wanted.
RECOMMEIIDATION
staff
to
That the BOCCauthorize
for bids.
re-roof j-ng projects)
Approved
for
Agenda
Iet
specifications
(,Jai1 and HRS
rtem I rl
2/28/02
Page 1 of 1-
4/
County Administrator
,a',
/f.-*r.4
Subject:
11:30A.M. EXECUTM SESSION
TO DISCUSSCOIJNTY vs. HUGH
BRANCH and TERRI BRANCH
LITIGATION MATTER
IrEM
No:t tr
to hold an
The CountyAttomey will presenta requestto the Board of CountyCommissioners
litigation.
ExecutiveSessionfor the discussionof Branch/County
RECOMMENDATION
Thatthe Boardof CountvCommissioners
hold the ExecutiveSession.
Approved for Agenda
rtem/ I
02128102
Page
I of L
Administrator
[738445463.WPD]
NOTICE OF EXECUTIVE SESSION OF THE OKEECHOBEE COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS TO DISCUSS PENDING
OKEECHOBEE COUNTY vs.
HUGH BRANCH and TERRI BRANCH,litigation.
The Board of County Commissionersof OkeechobeeCounty shall hold an Executive Session
between the Board and its County Attorney, which will discuss the pending litigation between
OkeechobeeCounty vs. Hugh Branch and Terri Branch, bearing casenumber 2001-CA-135.
The proposed Executive Session shall be held on Thursday, FebruarY 28,2002 at 11:30
O'Clock A.M., or as soon thereafterfollowing the conclusion of regular business,in the Board
ofCounty CommissionersMeetingRoom, OkeechobeeCounty Courthouse,304Northwest2nd
Street,Okeechobee,Florida 34972.
The proposed discussion shall be confined to settlement negotiations or strategy sessions
relating to litigation expenditures.
Notice is hereby given that the following individuals will be in attendance of the Executive
Session: County CommissionerDavid Hazellief; County Commissioner Gene Woods; County
CommissionerClifBetts, Jr.; County CommissionerJohnW. Abney, Sr.; County Commissioner
Clois Harvey; George A. Long, County Administrator; John D. Cassels,Jr., County Attorney.
A Court Reporter will be presentto record the sessionand the transcript shall be made part of
the public record upon conclusion of the litigation.
Clif Betts,Jr., Chairman
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OKEECHOBEECOUNTY, FLORIDA
SharonRobertson, Clerk
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OKEECHOBEE COLTNTY, FLORIDA
Posted:
The OkeechobeeCounty Board of CommissionersRoom
Copies:
OkeechobeeNews
Atlantic Court RePorters
WPD]
[7384-45463
Subjects
L2zL5 P.M., DEDICATfON OF
ROGER BOROMEI IITEIIORIAI, ROAD
ITEM 19
NW 2Ot,h
designating
Attached to this agenda item is a Resolution
(airport
The
Memorial
Road.
road)
as
Roger
Boromei
Trail
entrance
p
.
m
.
for
1-2:
1
5
a
t
t
h
e
s
i
t
e.
dedication
ceremony has been scheduled
RECOMMEIIDATION
T h a t t h e B O C Ca d o p t R e s o l u t i o n
Roger Boromei Memorial Road.
Approved
for
Agenda
strator
2OO2-09 designating
NW 20th Trail
as
Item L9
2/28/02
Page 1, of 2
R E S O L I ] I T T O NN O . 2 0 0 2 - 0 9
A RESOLIIIION OF THE BOARD OF COI'MTY COMMISSIONERS OF
OKEECHOBEE COI'}flTY, FI,ORIDA, DESIGNATING NW 2OTH TRAIL AS
DATE.
ROGER BOROMEI MEMORIAIJ ROADT PROVIDING AN EFFECTM
late
$IHEREAS, the
to countl-ess
instruction
years;
and
provided
Roger Boromei
of Okeechobee
residents
flight
superior
County for many
promot.ed aviation
WHEREAS, Mr. Boromei actively
and
of
Okeechobee County
the benefit
for
safeEy
and
of his service;
the period
t.hroughout
and aviation
residents
its
of
Okeechobee
Commissioners
County
of
Board
I{HEREAS, the
its
demonstrate
and
recognize
wishes
to
Florida,
County,
c
o
m
m
u
n
ity
to both the
to Mr. Boromei for his service
appreciation
of avi-ation.
and the field
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT
RESOI,VED THAT:
SECTION T
In
hereby
addition
designated
numerical- name, NW 20th
formal
to its
Road.
as Roger Boromei Memorial
Trail
is
upon
its
SECTION II
This
adoption.
Resolut.ion
ADOPTEDthis
shall
28th
become effective
day of
February,
immediately
2002.
CIif
Betts , JY. , Chairman
Board of County Commissioners
ATTEST:
Sharon Robertson, Cl-erk
Board of County Commissioners
L]ET
PAYING'REEURFACIT{C
2001'2002SUPPLEMENTAT
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Subject: Sports Complex Swimming Pool Geothermal Heat System
Additional ITEM #
\,/
This item is broughtbackto the BOCC to clarifyandreaffirmthat AmericanDrilling Services,Inc. (Co.
bidderat the
License#1039),not AmericanWater Systemsas originallyreported,was the successfirl
heatersto be
Februaryl2thbid for well drilling in the amountof $51,750.00neededfor the geothermal
installedat the SportsComplexpool.
Also, that the BOCC confirm by motion authorizationto purchasethe three Model PHH-250RV
geothermalheaters(includinginstallation)neededat the SportsComplexpool from SymbiontService
turder
Countypurchasing
Corporationinthe arnountof$48,927.00. Thispurchaseis basedon Okeechobee
25, 2001to SymbiontServiceCorporationfor two ModelPHHthe City ofMiami bidawardedSeptember
personnel,
tools,labor,supervision,
Thisawardincludedfurnishingmaterials,
250RVgeothermalheaters.
to furnishandinstallthetwo newSymbiont.swimmingpool geothermal
equipmentandsuppliesneeessary
heatpumpsat their JoseMarti pool. The SportsComplexpool requiresthreeheaterssinceit is largerthan
the JoseMarti pool. Thequotedpricefor thethreegeothermalunitsneededat theSportsComplexis below
the per unit costofthe City of Mami award.
The purchaseof pool blanketand reelsfor the SportsComplexpool will be broughtto the BOCC for
approvalat a later date.
RECOMMENDATION:
Thatthe BOCC awardthe bid for the well drilling portionofthe geothermalheatingat the SportsComplex
pool to AmericanDrilling Services,Inc. inthe amountof $51,750.00.Further,that the BOCC authorize
the purchaseof the geothermalheatpumpsandinstallationfrom SymbiontServiceCorporationunderthe
City of Miami awardof September25,208lat a costof $48,927.00'
Approved for Agenda
Item
2/2812002
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C :\REC\ADlvfl AGENDAVO02\[email protected]_wclls228-spd
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Budget Infomation:
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The County and SchoolBoard agreedto split the cmt of heatingthe pool equally
with reimbursement
The Countybudgeted$79,000.00for the total projectedcostof this improvement,
project.
the
of
duefrom the SchoolBoardafter completion
The SchoolBoardallowed$50,000.00in their budget(in casethe projectedcostsran over)for their
shareof this cost.
SPORTSCOMPLEX POOL IIT',tr14q6
Component
l.
2.
3.
Costper 2ll2/02 rebid
alternate: wells to
surfrcialaquifer
Costsper2ll2l02 rebid
with wells to Floridan
aquifer
Purchaseunder City of Miami bid awarded
September25,2001.Furnishingall materials,
tools, labor, supervision,personnel,
equipmentandsuppliesnecessaryto fumish
and installthree(3) new SymbiontAquaCal
Inc. Model PHH-250RVswimmingpool
geotherrralheatpumps.
$48,927.00
s48.927.00
Total project costto provide all materials,
equipmentandlaborto install a min. 6"
pump and a min. 6"
sourcewell, submersible
return flow (injection)well casedto the
requiredaquifer.
$13.750.00
s51,750.00
$800.00
$800.00
Electricalhookupfor pump.
62,677.00 $
Projected Total for Heating Pool
$
Pool blanket/reels to cover 12.659 SF surface area
Estimated $14,000.00
Proiected Total for Heatinpy'Coverins Pool
AMOIJNT BT]DGETEDBY COT]NTY FOR
PROJECT
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s76.677,00$
$79,000.00
101,477.00
$14,000.00
115.477.00
$79,000.00
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5SBJECT: AppRovAL oF REeuEsr FoR BrD- REM6YALoF
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STRUCTURES
The bord directedstaffto reques bids for remvtrl ofthe threeexistingstructuresthat ae located
ufure the new JudicialCorylex wrll bebuih. The boardwantedbiddersto havethe opbnofeither
relocatingthe structgresor demolishingthern Find attachedto this agendaitem a copy of the
Invitation to Bid advertisementandthe bid form.
\ilith the possibilitytbat asbestoswas in one or rnoreof thesesftucturesan inspectionwasneededto preformanasHos
1're Countyenteredinto a cortract with EvanEmironrental & Geosciences
inspectionandprovide a report on their findingsand any necessaryrecommendations.We should
havethis repo11by the endof next week. Whensomeonerequesta bid fornr, a copy of this report
will accorrpanyit.
Resultsfromthe bid will be broughtbackto the boardat the March 27,2002 meeting.
RECOMMENDATTON(S):
Thatthebomdapprovethe Invitationto Bid forthe'RemovalofStnrctures" onthe site ofthe futrue
judicial cornplex (as zubmitted or amended).
Approved for Agenda
Item #
2/28102
Page I of3
BID FORM
for
"Removal of Structures"
Bid
Structures:
l. 3l I N.W. 3'dAvenue, Single Family unit including driveways/sidewalk
2. 305 & 307 N.W. 4s Street, Duplex unit including drivewayvsidewalk
3. 311 N.W. 4ft Street, Single Family unit including driveways/sidewalk
Evan Environmental & Geoscienceshaspreformed asbestosinspectionson all three structures,a copy
of their report is included for your use'
Method(s) of removal that the bidder will use on each structure (demolition and/or relocation):
l.
2.
3.
If one or more structuresare to be demolished,where will disposalbe?
If one or more structures are to be relocated, where will that be?
Number of daysneededto completethis project will be:
Attach to this bid your qualifications, referenceswith contact nameand phone numhrs, similar jobs,
subcontractors and anyother informationthat demonstratesyou are capableofperforming under this
bid. If any of these structures are to be demolished, it is the bidders responsibilityto ensurethat any
requirementsfor demolition under D.E.P. guidelineswill be adheredto. Furthermore,all expenses
relatrng to, but not limited to: demolition, hauling, di"p"*|, any requirenrentsto conply withD.E.P.
shall be the responsibility of the bidder. All siteswill be restored to their preconstruction condition;
i.e. level, free of debrisand ableto be maintainedby lawn mowers, re-seedingnot required. Septic
tanks are present, if they are damaged,they will have to be properly filled at the bidders expense. It
is the bidders responsibility to ensure proper permitting, relocatiorq disposal and any other item(s)
*as is basiso, no
nec€ssaryor required relatrng to this bid. These structures are ofrered on an
implied or representedwananty of any kind or condition is given by the County or its staff.
I havemadeall necessaryinquires and site visits to ensurethat I understandthe scope ofthis bid, and
I bid the following amount for each structure:
l.$
3.$
'Q
I bid the following amount for ALL structures:$
Signature:
Company:
Print Name:
Phone number:
Address:
License(s):
INVITATION TO BID
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMSSIONERS
"Removal of Structures"
The Board of County Commissionersof OkeechobeeCounty is acceptingsealedbids from qualified
vendorsfor the removal ofthree (3) structureslocated at 311 N.W. 3'dAvenue (singlefamily), 305
& 307 N.W. 4mStreet (duplex) & 3ll N.W. 4d'Street (single family). Structuresmay be removed
by demolition and disposal or by relocation to another site.
Scope of this project involves complete removal of the three structures and leveling of each site.
Items that will be consideredin award ofthis bid: Price offered to the County, Time schedule,method
of removaf site restoratio4 bidder's qualifications, perfonnance for similar projects, references.
Sealedbidswill be acceptedat304 N.W. 2d Street,Room 106, Okeechobee,FL 34972(863) 7636441,until 3:00 p.m. on March I 8, 2002, bids must be clearly marked"Removal of Structures",then
bids will be openedand read aloud- Submittals received after the date and time specified will not be
considered.
Bid forms may be obtained at the samelocation.
The Board of County Commissioners of Okeechobee County, accepts no responsfoility for any
expenserelated to preparation or delivery of bids, reseryesthe right to reject any bid for any reason
whatsoever, to waive technical emors and informalities, and to accept the bid(s), which in its
judgement, best servesthe public interest.

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