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Marshall Holcombe Clayton Bigg Other interested citizens and visitors.
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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL HELD IN THE CIT'i HALL OF NAPLES,
FLORIDA ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1 974 AT 9:00 A.M.
ROLL CALL:
Present:
Lloyd M. Easterling, Mayor
W. H. Herbert
Arnold E. Lainin
Goodloe McDowell
Fred A. Miller
Philip C. Morse, Jr.
Councilmen
Absent:
S.
Also Present:
S
Meredith Strong, Jr.
Harold E. Williams, City Manager
Charles K. Allan, City Attorney
Janet L. Davis, City Clerk
William Savidge, Public Works Director
Robert Bender, Customer Service Supervisor
A. B. Sundquist, Building & Zoning Official
Ted Smallwood, Consulting Engineer
Dr. Fred Eidsness, Consulting Engineer
Ken Atkins, Fiscal Agent
Tom Morgan, T.V. Two
Roger Roof, T.V. Two
Bill Upham, Naples Daily News
Gary Hook, Fort Myers News Press
Tish Gray, Naples Star
I t)L t'1 t 1 hoali, Naples i i EY:S `cell L..I
Andy Rosenblatt, Miami Herald
Rev. Paul Jassimides
Chris Platt
Lloyd Sarty
056 McGregor
Harry Pepper
William Shearston
Charles Garrett
Jack Conroy
Marshall Holcombe
Clayton Bigg
Bill Barton
James Murphy
James Davis
Newton Thomas
Glenn Barth
Kurt Maier
Walter Keller
Ray Miller
Other interested citizens and visitors.
The invocation was delivered by the Reverend Paul Jassimides and was followed
by the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES •- T he m in u tes of the maular meeting o f
January ?_,i974 were aJ) roved as submitted upon mot i on by Mr. Miller, seconded
by Mr. Morse and carried.
AGE NDA ITE M 3.
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AGE N D A ITEM 4. .4ccpt •^ rid approve app i c.i ti ons of candidates for General Election
to be held Feb: •=i3ry 5, 19/4 •
Qualified candidates for the office of Mayor, a two year term, are:
Henry E. 0. Heinemann and S. Meredith S rong, Jr.
Qualified candidates for Councilmen, four year terms to fill three vacancies
are: Gilbert V. Blanquart, H. Wayne Bryan, Virginia B. Corkran, Bryant L. Hampton,
Jack M. Maguire, John M. McGregor, Marie V. Mueller, Edward J. Oates, Jr., and
Donald L. S i oneburner.
Mr. Mi l l er moved t o acce pt a nd ap p rove the appli catio n s of the candidates a s
re ad by the De ut y City Cl er k, seconded b Mr. Mo^°se and carried.
AGEN DA ITEM 5 .
Approve ballot and order cal lots printed for the Election to be
held on February 5, • 974.
prove the ball ot and dire ct the Ci y Cler k to order
Mr. Miller moved to
the b allo ts ri nted for the el ec t ion toTi eld on I eb ruar y 5, 1974, seconded by
Mr. Morse and carried.
City Attorney Allan read Resolution No. 1969 approving the ballots and
ordering them printed. Mr. M i ller moved for a pproval of the resol utio n, seconde d
by Mr. M orse.
Roll Call Vote: Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lana
Mr. Mc;rowell
Yes
Yes
M.
Miller
Mr. Morse
May or Easterling
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion carried.
AGENDA IT EM 6. Approve and appoint election clerks and inspectors each precinct,
and authorize City Clerk to appoint alternates if necessary.
Mr. Herb ert m oved t_o_ap provet he list of the election clerks and inspectors
Iaces as i nd icated by_ the C y Cler k, seconded by
for the eleven
Mr. M iller and carried.
Resolution 1970 appointing election clerks and inspectors was read by the
City Attorney. Mr . Mi ll er moved for approval of the re s_e l u tio n, s econded y
Mr. H erb ert.
Roll Call Vote:
Yes
Yes
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Larran
Mr. McDowell
Mr. Miller
Yes
Yes
Mr. Morse
Mayor Easterling
Notion carried..
2..
Yes
Yes
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AG ENDA ITEM 7.
Approve voting machines for each precinct.
Mr. He rbert moved that the list of the preci nc ts and the number of vo ti ng
machines as indicated by the City Clerk for the election of February 5, 1974, be
approv ed, s econded by Mr. Norse and carried.
City Attorney Allan read Resolution 1971 approving voting machines for each
precinct. Mr. Miller moved for approval of the re solution, seconded by Mr. Morse.
Roll Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lamm
Mr. McDowell
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mr. Miller
Mr. Morse
Yes
Yes
Mayor Easterling
Yes
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Motion carried.
AGENDA ITEM 8. Acceptance of deed from Collier County Conservancy, Inc. for the
North 90 feet of the East 45'feet of Lot 3, Block A, Lakeview Terrace, to be used
as a Mini-Park.
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Resolution No. 1972 accepting the deed from the Collier County Conservancy, 'Inc.
for the property to be used as a mini-park was read by City Attorney Allan. The
Collier County Conservancy agrees to discharge and pay the mortgage on the property
if not paid by the present mortgagee. The mini-park shall be known as the Merrihue
Mini-Park.
sir. Lamm moved for appr oval of the resolution, seconded by Mr. Miller.
Roll Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Yes
Mr. Lamm
Mr. McDowell
Mr. Miller
Yes
Yes
Mr. Morse
Mayor Easterling
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion carried.
AGENDA IT EM 9. Bid tabulation and recommendation for the following annual bid
items
1) Street Materials
21 Fertilizer and Chemicals
3) Water Meters
4) Water Meter Boxes
5) Water Chemicals
G) Labor and Equipment for Installation of Storm Sewer and Catch Basins
7) Uniforms
8) Equipment Rental Rates
9) New Tires, Recappable Tires and Tubes
City Manager Williams read Resolution 1973 accepting and awarding bids for
the above items. Mr, Mi l 1 er moved f or approval of th e resolution, seconded y
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Roll Call Vote:
—
Yes
Mr. Herbert
Mr. La,,ua
Yes
Yes
-Mr. McDowell
Mr. Miller
Mr. Morse
Mayor Easterling
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion carried.
AGENPA ITEM 10.
Bid tabulation and recommendation on purchase of Air Compressor.
City Manager Williams reported that three bids had been received for the
air compressor. He recommended the low bid be accepted and awarded to Naples
Service and Supply, Inc., in the amount of $1,876.95.
Mr. Herbert moved to approve t he City Manager' s re c ommendation, seco n ded
by Mr. Miller and carried.
Cit y Attorne y Allan read Resolution 1974 awarding the bid. Mr. Herbert
moved for anoroval of the resolution, seconded b y Mr. McDowell.
Roll Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lamm
Yes
Yes
Mr. McDowell
Mr. Miller
Mr. Morse
Mayor Easterling
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion carried.
An ordinance granting a Special Exception to construct a putting
AGENDA IT EM 11.
green at 3113 Gulf Shore Boulevard, North, Naples, Florida, more particularly
described as lot 10, block 'R", Moorings Unit No. 8, according to plat recorded
in plat book 8, page 11, public records of Collier County, Florida. (First Reading)
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City Attorney Allan read the ordinance. Mr. Mill er. mo i ed for its a prova
on first reading, seconded by Mr. Morse.
Roll Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Yes
Mr. Lan is
Mr. McDowe ll
Mr. Miller
Mr. Morse
Mayor Easterling
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion carried.
An ordinance granting a Special Exception to install a chain
AGENDA ITEM 12.
tin! fence and cypress panel fence at 210 Central Avenue, Naples, Florida, more
particularly described as the West 100 feJ of the North 150 feet, block 20,
tier 3, Town of Naples, as recorded in plat book 1, page 8, public records of
Collier County, Florida. (First Reading)
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City Attorney Allan read the ordinance. Mr. Herbe rt moved for its -approval
on first re ding , seconded b y Mr. Lamm.
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Roll Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lamm
Yes
Yes
Mr. McDowell
r^
Yes
- Mr. Miller
Yes
Mr. Morse
Yes
Mayor Easterling
Yes
I.]
Motion carried.
Mr. Morse moved to proceed to AGenda Item 14, second ed by_ Mr.Miller and
carried.
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AGENDA ITEM 1 4. An ordinance supplementing an ordinance entitled: An Ordinance
Combining the Existing Water and Sewer Systems of the City of Naples into One
Combined and Consolidated System: Authorizing the Construction and Acquisition
of Additions, Extensions and Improvements of said Combined System; Authorizing
the Issuance of $2,200,000 Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds to Finance the Cost
Thereof and Providing for the Rights of the Holders of Said Bonds", and Providing for the Issuance of $6,300,000 Water and Sewer Revenue Bonds, Series 1973,
to Finance the Cost of Additions, Extensions and Improvements to the Water and
Sewer System of the City of Naples, Florida. (Second Reading)
The ordinance was read on second and final reading and assigned Number 1975.
Mr. Lamm moved for approval of the ordinance, seconded b y Mr. Miller.
Roli Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lama!
Yes
Yes
Mr. McDowell
Yes
Mr. Miller
Mr. Morse
Mayor Easterling
res
Yes
Yes
Motion carried by a vote of 6 - 0, with one member absent.
Mr. Miller moved to proceed to A e nda Item 1 8 , seconded by Mr. Mor se and
carried.
A request from the City Manager to advertise for bids for a
AGNE DA ITEM 18.
portable office for his office.
City Manager Williams explained that due to the overcrowded conditions at
City Hall, especially in the Accountin g Department and the Customer Service
area, he is recommending a 14' x 46' portable office to be used for himself,
his secretary and one administrative aid. This would allow his present o f fice,
with some modification to the interior walls, to be turned over to the Accounting
Department and the Customer Service Department, giving both departments additional
space for their operations.
Mr. Lamm mov ed that the City M anager be aut ho rized to advert ise f or kids
for a 14' x 46' mobile office, seconded by Mr. Miller and carried.
Mr. Morse moved t o proceed with Aq p da Item 16, seco ndo dMr. M il l er and
carried.
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ACErWWA ITEM 16. An ordinance granting a special exception to install a chain
link fence, five (5) feet in height, at 481 - 8th Avenue South, Naples, Florida,
more particularly described as lot 38, block A, Lakeview Terrace. (Second
Reading)
Ordinance No. 1976 wa s a roved on second reading upon moti on by Mr. Miller .
seconded b y Mr. McDowell. -Roll Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lamm
Mr. McDowell
Mr. Miller
Mr. Morse
May or Easterling
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion carried.
An ordinance amending appendix "A" - Zoning of the Code of
AGENDA ITEM 13 .
Ordinances of the City of Naples, Florida, as amended by adding to section 6
thereof, entitled "Supplementary District Regulations" a new paragraph 38,
providing minimum breezeflow requirements for all contiguous lots or parcels
of land developed as a unit in "F", "F-a", ` . 0", and "G-a" districts and in all
other districts wherein multiple family or transient lodging facilities are
constructed as a unit, and a new paragraph 39, providing maximum lot coverage
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facilities and/or
for all multiple family residences and/or transient lodgin
within
districts
"B"
through
"0";
by adding to
n. rsi nn and convalescent hees
sub-sections 5.1 through 5.18 of section 5, entitled "Sche u e of District
Regulations", a new paragraph providing maximum lot coverage by all buildings
in districts "13" through "0", by adding to section 15, entitled "Definitions"
new definitions for the word "greezeflow" and the term "Coverage of Lot by
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All Buildings" as used herein; by repealing para raph "H", entitled "Maximum
Height" from sub-section 5.7 "G" multible family districts and sub-section
5.8 "G-a" multiple family districts of section 5, and substituting a new :.
paragraph "ii" therefor, providing maximum height requirements in "G" and
"G--a" districts; providing a savings clause and repealing all ordinances or
parts of ordirances in conflict or inconsistent herewith to the extent of
(First Reading)
such conflict or inconsistency.
City Attorney Allan requested that one sentence b y deleted from the
ordinance under Section 1, Paragraph 38. Tue sentence to be deleted is as
follows: The Planning Advisory uard, after hearing a reconi merdation of the
Planning Director, shall deter;nine the location and direction of breezeflows
which shall as closely approximate the above rules as is practical." i'lr. Allan
said the Planning Advisory Board does not have the authority to make such
determination.
fir. Lam moved fora rov aI o f th e o rd in anc e on firs t reading with the
cha ng e a s n ote d by the C ity Atto rn ey, seconded by Mr. Miller.
Roll Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lamm
Mr. McDowell
;r. Miller
Mr'. Morse
Mayor Easterling
Motion carri .d.
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Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
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Mr. Mo r se moved to proceed to A enda Item 1 5, seconded b y Mr. Miller and
carried.
AGENDA ITEM 15 .
An ordinance amending appendix "A" - Zoning, of the Code of
Ordinances of the City of Naples, Florida, as amended, by adding to section 5
thereof, entitled "Schedule of District Regulations" a new sub-section entitled
"M-a" Medical Office District, setting forth the district purpose and permitted
uses; providing minimum yards required, minimum floor area, maximum height,
minimum off-street parking requirements; defining the term "Medical Office";
providing a savings clause and repealing all ordinances or parts of ordinances
in conflict or inconsistent herewith to the extent of such conflict or inconsistency. (Second Reading)
Mr. Herbert moved for a p rova l of Ordinance 1977 as re ad by the City
At torney , seconded by Mr. McDowell.
Roll Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lamm
Mr.. McDowell
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mr.
Yes
Miller
Mr. Morse
Mayor Easterling
Yes
Yes
Motion carried.
Mr.
Lamm moved to add an item to the agen da concern in
a di scus sio n and
possible action in reference to ?iurr y Pe per and Associates`
cont ract fo r addi tions
b
t
o the
waste
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Roll Call Vote:
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seconded
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lamm
Mr. McDowell
Mr. Miller
Mr. Morse
Mayor Easterling
by
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Mr.
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Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Motion carried.
It was the recommendation of the City Manager and the engineer to approve
an additional $66,825.80 as a settlement for costs over and above the contract
price to Harry Pepper and Associates for additions to the waste water treatment
pl ant. .
Dr. Eidsness advised Council to-condition this settlement on the approval
of E.P.A. It is hopeful that E.P.A. will pay one third of the additional costs.
Mr. Morse expressed his dissatisfaction at the idea of the contractor coming
back for more money. He said it is W frog trt be. standard procedure for a cont" ' sub-surface conditions are
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tractor to bid a job then come in la—
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not what was anticipated.
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Mr. Lamm mo ved th at the ch an ge o rder be accepte d and a pprove d subjec
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appro val fr om E.P. A . and a wr itten c hap ,e o rder fro Bl a ck , Crow & Eids news,
seconded by Mr. McDowell.
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Roll Call Vote: Mr. I H erbert
Mr. Lamm
Mr. McDowell
Mr. Miller
Mr. t 1 orse
May or Easterling
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Motion carried. (5-1)
AGENDA ITEM 17.
An Ordinance amending the Code of Ordinances of the City
of Naples, Florida, as amended, by repealing therefrom section 26-16, entitled
"New Service Connections and Main Extensions within City; Definitions and
Charges", section 25-16.1, entitled "New Service Connections and Main Extensions
Outside the City Limits; Definitions, Charges", section 26-16.2, Entitled
"Method of Payment for Water Connections Outside of City Limits", section
26-17, entitled "Meters - Tapping Charge Gcneraliy; Property of City", section
26-18, entitled "Excess Tapping Charge", section 26--19.1, entitled "Applicant
for Larger Meter; Credit Given for Old Meter", section 26-23, entitled
"Standard Rules for Main Extensions within the City Limits Enumerated",
section 26-23.1, entitled "Standard Rules for Main Extensions Outside the
City Limits Enumerated", section 25-2Q, entitled "Use o f Loney Received from
Main Extensions within City; Refunds", and section 26-25, entitled "Additional
Pipe Cost for Installations and Main E.xtersions not Done Under Main Extension
Plan", of chapter 26, entitled "Water", and substituting new sections therefor,
providing charges for new Service Connections and Main Extensions within and
outside the City Limits; defining the terms used herein; providing increased
Meter Tapping charges; providing Credit to customers appivi;iy for largei"
meters; providing a savings clause and repealing all ordinances or parts of
ordinances in conflict or inconsistent herewith to the extent of such conflict
(Second Reading)
or inconsistency.
Jack Conroy, representing the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce Water
Rate Study Committee, spoke in reference to the ordinance and offered alternate
solutions of financing. Other : ,.io:nbers of the audience voiced opinions on the
increased tapping charge.
Mr.
Lanirir explaine d that
altho ugh
there may be
several ways
of arriving at
a solution, this is designed to be an interim charge until a complete rate
study is made.
Mr. 'Herbert and Mr. Morse agreed that the
engineer 's
plan should be
followed at the present time until the proposed rate study is completed.
rea ding ,_ . seco nded
L amm mov ed for a ppro va l of Ordi nance 1978 on second--_-Miller.
Mr.
, j^
;si r.
Roll Call Vote:
Mr. Herbert
Mr. Lams
Mr. McCowel1
Yes
Yes
Yes
Mr. Miller
Mr. Morse
Yes
Yes
Mayor Easterling
Yes
Motion car-ried.
CORR ESPONDE NCE
City Manager Williams read a letter from Mr. Sewell Corkran , Jr. ,
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President of the Collier County Audubon Society, in reference to parking on Sixth
Street South. Mr. Corkran stated in his letter that at least 90% of the County's
2600 Audubon Society members would be opposed to narrowing the median for parking.
AGEN DA ITEM 19.
Discussion pertaining to Beach Erosion.
This item was put on the agenda merely as a general discussion in advance
of the public hearing scheduled on Monday. January 21, 1974, at 7:00 p.m. in
the Council Chambers.
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Mr. Ray Hiller of Wilson, Miller, Barton & Soil, engineering firm, displayed
maps showing beach areas from Gordon Pass to a point north of Doctor's Pass.
He pointed out specific areas on the maps showing erosion and accretion which
took place between the 1962 study and the 1971 study. Mr. Miller said basically,
Naples has a very stable beach, although he pointed out that there were no
hurricanes in Naples during the nine years between the two studies.At 12:00 noon . Mr. Miller m oved to ad j our n , seconded by Mr. La mm and
carried.
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Lloyd M. Easterling
Mayor
Mae M. Davis
Deputy City Clerk

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