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RULES COMMITTEE

 

 

MEETING MINUTES-AMENDED

 

 

 

Tuesday June 18, 2019

Tape No.________________________

2:00 PM        

 

Council Chambers 1st Floor,  City Hall

Carol Owens, Chief of Legislative Services

 

 

 

 

Tommy Hazouri, Chair

Legislative Assistant: Juliette Williams

Bill Gulliford, Vice Chair

Deputy General Counsel: Peggy Sidman

Greg Anderson

Research Asst.: Colleen Hampsey

Lori Boyer

Administration: Chiquita Moore

John Crescimbeni

Council Auditors Office: Trista Carraher

Matt Schellenberg

 

JuCoby Pittman

 

 

 

                        Meeting Convened: 2:00 pm                                      Meeting Adjourned: 4:19 pm

 

 

 

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the Council with respect to any matter considered at such meeting, such person will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose, such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

 

 

 


Attendance: Council Members White, Newby, Morgan and Love

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE:  Due to summer break, the next regular meeting will be held July 16, 2019.

 

 

 

 

Item/File No.

Title/History

 

 

WITHDRAW

 

At the request of CM Morgan

 

 
1.  2018-310

ORD-MC Amend Sec 656.152 (Certification of Use Application and Fee), Subpart E (Certificates of Use), Pt 1 (Gen Provisions), Chapt 656 (Zoning Code), require tenant affirmation and acknowledgement be included within a COU app for leased properties.  (Johnston) (Introduced by CM Morgan)(PD & PC Apv)

LUZ PH- 6/19/18, 7/17/18, 8/7/18, 8/21/18, 9/5/18, 9/18/18, 10/2/18, 10/16/18, 11/7/18, 11/20/18, 12/4/18, 1/3/19, 1/15/19 & 3/5/19, 3/20/19, 4/2/19, 4/16/19, 5/7/19, 5/21/19, 6/4/19, 6/18/19

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166.041(3)(c)(2), F.S. & CR 3.601 - 6/12/18, 6/26/18, 7/24/18, 8/14/18, 8/29/18, 9/11/18, 9/25/18, 10/9/18, 10/23/18, 11/13/18, 11/27/18, 12/11/18, 1/8/19, 1/22/19 & 2/26/19, 3/12/19, 3/26/19, 4/9/19,4/23/19, 5/15/19, 5/28/19, 6/11/19, 6/25/19

 

1. 5/8/2018 CO  Introduced: NCSPHS,R,LUZ

 

    5/14/2018 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

    5/15/2018 LUZ Read 2nd & Rerefer;    5/15/2018 R Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

2. 5/22/2018 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; NCSPHS, R, LUZ

 

3. 6/12/2018 CO PH Contd 6/26/18

 

   6/26/2018 CO PH Contd 7/24/18                                                                          

 

   7/24/2018 CO PH Contd 8/14/18

 

   8/14/2018 CO PH Contd 8/29/18

 

   8/29/2018 CO PH Contd 9/11/18

 

   9/11/2018 CO PH Contd 9/25/18

 

   9/25/2018 CO PH Contd 10/9/18

 

   10/9/2018 CO PH Contd 10/23/18

 

   10/23/2018 CO PH Contd 11/13/18

 

   11/13/2018 CO PH Contd 11/27/18

 

   11/27/2018 CO PH Contd 12/11/18

 

   12/11/2018 CO PH Contd 1/8/19

 

   1/8/2019 CO PH Contd 1/22/19

 

    1/14/2019 NCSPHS Sub/Rerefer 6-0

 

    1/15/2019 LUZ PH Sub/Rerefer 7-0;    1/15/2019 R Sub/Rerefer 6-1(Schellenberg)

 

   1/22/2019 CO PH SUBSTITUTED/Rereferred NCSPHS,R, LUZ

 

   2/26/2019 CO PH Contd 3/12/19

 

   3/12/2019 CO PH Contd 3/26/19

 

   3/26/2019 CO PH Contd 4/9/19

 

   4/9/2019 CO PH Contd 4/23/19

 

   4/23/2019 CO PH Contd 5/15/19

 

   5/15/2019 CO PH Contd 5/28/19

 

   5/28/2019 CO PH Contd 6/11/19

 

   6/11/2019 CO PH Contd 6/25/19

 

 

BILL SUMMARY      NCSPHS: Withdraw

7-0 Recommend to Withdraw

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TEU

SUBSTITUTE

 

 
2.  2019-128

ORD Renaming the 1st St. West extending approx. 1 mile from Jefferson St. N. to Pearl St. N. to "Reverend Henry T. RHIM Blvd.", Waiving the Req. of Sec. 745.105 (I) (2),Ord code, regarding persons who streets may be named after; Waiving the Req. of Sec. 745.105 (G),Ord code, regarding abbreviations in proposed street names. (Dist 7-R.Gaffney) (Johnston) (Introduced by CM Gulliford) (Co-Sponsored by CM R. Gaffney)

TEU PH Pursuant to Chapt 745 Ord Code - 5/20/19, 6/3/19, 6/17/19

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601 -5/15/19

 

1. 2/26/2019 CO  Introduced: TEU,R

 

    3/4/2019 TEU Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                 CM Gulliford

 

    3/5/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

2. 3/12/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; TEU, R

 

3. 5/15/2019 CO PH Only

As substituted:

·         Converts the renaming application to an honorary street designation from Jefferson Street N. to Pearl Street N.

 

 

 

 

BILL SUMMARY      TEU: Sub/App

Approve 7-0

CM Crescimbeni clarified that this bill authorizes the honorary name change of a portion of 1st St W. The actual street name will not change. CMs Hazouri and Pittman asked to be added as co-sponsors.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEFER

 

At the request of

CM Dennis

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
3.  2019-330

ORD-MC Creating New Pt 1 (Small Quantity Marijuana Possession), Chapt 606 (Drugs), Ord Code, to Create a Civil Citation Prog for possession of less than 20 grams of Marijuana or Marijuana Drug Paraphernalia in alternative to Criminal Prosecution. (Johnston) (Introduced by CM Dennis)

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601 - 5/28/19

 

1. 5/15/2019 CO  Introduced: NCSPHS,R

 

    5/20/2019 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

    5/21/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

2. 5/28/2019 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred; NCSPHS, R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY                          NCSPHS: Defer

Defer

 

 

 

 

 

4.  2019-347

RESO Appt Chris Hagan as Member of the 2019 Charter Revision Comm, as School Bd Dist 6 Rep. (Sidman) (ntroduced by C/P Bowman)

 

1. 5/15/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    5/21/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                  APPOINTMENT

 

2. 5/28/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred;R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY     

Approve 7-0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FINANCE AMENDMENT

1. Place referendum on the ballot in November 2020

2. Provide an advisory recommendation from the Joint Planning Committee

3. Disclose by June 1, 2020 amount to be borrowed and priorities prior to referendum

4. Pg. 3, line 17: strike “Exhibit A” and insert “Exhibit B”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
5.  2019-380

ORD Calling a Special Election to Hold a referendum of the Qualified Electors residing in Duval County to be held on 11/5/19 on the Question of Apv a ½ Cent School Capital Outlay Sales Surtax as Levied by the Duval County School Board pursuant to Sec. 212.055 (6), F.S.; Directing the Council Secretary to provide notices to State Government. (Durden) (Req of Duval County School Board)

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601 - 6/11/19

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: F,R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer;    6/4/2019 F Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred; F, R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY          Fact Sheet           FIN: Amend/App      

5-2 Approve to Defer (CMs Anderson and Crescimbeni voted against deferral)

There was a lengthy discussion about this bill, in which the Duval County School Board has requested that the City Council call a referendum for approving the School Board’s levy of a half-cent School Capital Outlay Sales Surtax. CM Boyer contended that the bill should be deferred to allow the incoming council members the opportunity to vote on it, as it would occur during their terms. Several council members expressed concerns about the financial aspects of the School Board’s plan and encouraged more time to vet the plan’s funding for capital projects. There was also mention of charter schools, which are not specifically referred to in the bill, although the vast majority of charter schools are located in more modern buildings as opposed to many of the city’s older public schools. CM Schellenberg mentioned his disapproval of the legal opinion written by the General Counsel that gave the council authority to reject the School Board’s request to put it on the ballot. Superintendent Diana Greene spoke against the deferral motion, warning that to kick this decision down the road will cause the district to incur millions of dollars for school maintenance. CM Hazouri said there has been a lack of due diligence on financial issues, and a lot of unanswered questions. School Board Chair Lori Hershey spoke about the benefits of such surtax in other school districts, like Orange and Hillsborough Counties. Ms. Hershey also stated that the bill is a request to hold a referendum so the public may decide the merit of the plan and surtax.

 

 

·         The DCSB has estimated annual half-cent sales tax revenue of between $90-$106 million

·         The DCSB’s master facility plan totals $1.9 billion

·         The DCSB has indicated that they would be paying the cost of the special election, which is estimated to be between $700,000 and $1.4 million

 

 

 

 

Scriveners

1. Pg. 1, line 6: insert “FORMER” after “BY”

2. Pg. 1, lines 7, 12, 15: strike “DISCLOSERS” and insert “DISCLOSURES”

3. Pg. 1, line 8 and pg. 2, lines 9 and 17: strike “INTERESTS” and insert “INTEREST”

4. Pg. 2, line 21: strike “state”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
6.  2019-393

ORD-MC Creating a New Sec. 602.408 (Lobbying by Appointed Officials Required to File Form 1 Financial Disclosures; Prohibition), Pt 4 (Conflicts of Interests), Chapt 602 (Jax Ethics Code), Ord Code, to Prohibit Lobbying for compensation by Former Appointed Officials Required to File Form 1 Financial Disclosures to the Board, Commission, Committee, Council or Authority of which the person was an Appointed Official Required to File Form 1 Financial Disclosures for a Period of 2 Yrs after Vacating that Position; Provide for a Current List of Form 1 Financial Disclosures Agencies. (Sidman) (Introduced by CM Crescimbeni)

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt. 166, F.S. & CR 3.601 - 6/11/19

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                   CM Crescimbeni

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

Fail to approve 1-6 (CM Crescimbeni in support)

There was a lengthy discussion regarding this bill, which states that persons appointed to any county, municipal, or state, Board, Commission, Committee, Council or authority may not personally represent another person or entity for compensation before the Board, Commission, Committee, Council or Authority of which the person was an appointed official required to file Form 1 Financial Disclosures for a period of 2 years after vacating that office. CM Crescimbeni said he thinks the 12 independent agencies should be included as well. CM Boyer expressed concerns about the lobbying restriction deterring volunteerism on boards and commissions.

 

 

 

 

7.  2019-394

ORD-MC Amend Sec 10.108 (Executive Support for Council Members), Chapt 10 (Organization of the Council), Ord Code, to Clarify Executive Council Assistants Reporting Requiremnts; Amend Sec. 11.122 (Personnel Committee; Appointment & Discharge), Chapt 11 (Office of the Council Secretary), Ord Code, to include within the Personnel Committee Duties the Ability to Discipline & Discharge Council Executive Assistants. (Sidman) (Introduced by CMs Hazouri, Gulliford, Bowman)

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601-6/11/19

 

Scriveners

1. Correct title of Code Sec. 11.122

2. Pg. 1, line 19: strike “the”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                           Council President Bowman,

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred; R                      CM Hazouri & CM Gulliford

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

Defer

Inspector General Lisa Green was in attendance to answer questions about this bill, which provides that Executive Council Assistants are subject to the employment policies of the City and City Council and that the Personnel Committee may take disciplinary action or discharge an Executive Council Assistant pursuant to and in accordance with all applicable rules and regulations of the city by a simple majority of the Personnel Committee. Ms. Green said that the current policy is inequitable because ECAs may receive different discipline based on the council member’s decision-making and all discipline infractions would be treated equally. However, any action taken by the Personnel Committee is subject to the Sunshine Law and therefore any disciplinary action would be made public. CM Crescimbeni expressed concerns about unintended political consequences. CM Boyer said that the bill needs tweaking to prevent abuse for political or personal reasons.

 

 

 

AMEND

1. Pg. 1, line 19 and pg. 6, lines 20, 21 and 24 “Account” should be plural

2. Pg. 1, line 31 insert “Council” before “Auditor’s”

3. Pg. 3, line 11 insert “a” after “have”

4. Pg. 3, line 28 and pg. 4, line 25 capitalize “Chapter”

5. Pg. 4, line 20 add “Office of” before “Special” and “the” after “within”

6. Pg. 4, line 21 insert a period after “Division”

7. Pg. 6, line 16 “Provide” should be “Providing”

8. Attach Revised Exhibit 3 to correct the org. chart

 
8.  2019-395

ORD-MC Repealing Chapt 27 (Office of Sports & Entertainment), Ord Code, & Reserving the Chapt in its entirety; Creating a New Pt 2 (Sports & Entertainment Div.), Chapt. 28 (Parks, Recreation & Community Svcs), Ord Code, to move the Sports & Entertainment Ofc into the Dept of Parks, Recreation & Community Svcs as a Div.; Amend Sec 26.201 (Economic Developmt), Chapt 26 (Economic Developmt), Ord Code, to add the functions of operating the Jax Film & TV Ofc to the Ofc Of Economic Developmt; Amend Chapt 111 (Special Rev & Trust Acct), Pt 1 (Parks, Recreation, Culture & Entertainment), Ord Code, to clarify auth entity for expenditure of funds; Repealing  Pt 4 (Philanthropic Officer), Chapt 20 (Executive Ofc of the Mayor),Ord Code; Creating a New Pt 4 (Director of Strategic Partnerships), Chapt 20 (Executive Ofc of the Mayor), Ord Code, to establish a Director of Strategic Partnerships within the Executive Ofc of the Mayor;  providing for transition & codification of the Table of Contents; Auth the Auditor's & General Counsel's Ofc to make Technical Amendments; Providing for an Organizational Chart.  (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601-6/11/19

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: NCSPHS,F,R

 

    6/3/2019 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                       Brian Hughes

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer;    6/4/2019 F Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred; NCSPHS, F, R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY       Fact Sheet          NCSPHS: Amend/App            FIN: Amend/App

Amend/Approve 6-1 (CM Schellenberg in opposition)

CM Schellenberg said he could not support the bill because he has not met with Mr. Hughes for discussion due to two canceled meetings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9.  2019-396

ORD Approp $30,000 from the Court Costs $65 Fee F.S. 939.185 Subfund 1S1Fund Balance to Court Costs $65 Fee F.S. 939.185 Subfund 1S1- Judicial Support - Professional Svcs Acct to Assist the Courts in Disposing of Post Conviction Relief - FL Rules of Criminal Procedure 3.850 Cases, as Mandated by the Dist Court of Appeal. (B. T. 19-091) (McCain) (Req of Mayor)

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601-6/11/19

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: NCSPHS,F,R

 

    6/3/2019 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                   Charles Patterson

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer;    6/4/2019 F Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred; NCSPHS, F, R

 

 

 

BILL SUMMARY       Fact Sheet          NCSPHS: App            FIN: App

Approve 7-0

 

 

 

 

Scriveners

1. Correct VIN # of 2008 Impala (the I should be 1)

2. Pg. 2, lines 10 and 18 capitalize “impala”

3. Pg. 2, line 13 capitalize “town”

 

 
10.  2019-398

ORD Concerning Surplus Personal Property of the City; Waiving the Reverter Provision of Ord 2018-39-E to Allow Previous Surplussed Vehicle (2010 Chevrolet Impala, VIN 2G1WA5EK8A1200413, Vehicle Number 8369-20) to be disposed of by the Town of Baldwin; Declaring that Certain 2008 Chevy Impala (VIN 2GIWB58K389286198, Vehicle Number 1948-30) Valued at $5,100 to be Surplus to the needs of the City & Auth the Approp Officials of the City to Transfer Title of Said Property to the Town of Baldwin for its use, at no cost, in accord with 122812 (C), Ord Code; Designating Fleet Mgmt Div of Finance & Admin Dept to Monitor Actual Use of Said Property; Providing for a Reverter. (Sidman) ( Introduced by CM White)

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601 - 6/11/19

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: TEU,F,R

 

    6/3/2019 TEU Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                       CM White

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer;    6/4/2019 F Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred; TEU, F, R

 

                               

BILL SUMMARY       Fact Sheet          TEU: App                     FIN: App

Approve 7-0

 

AMEND

1. Correct title of Ch. 118

2. Pg. 1, line 30: insert “AND” before “COMMUNITY”

3. Strike painting from purpose of appropriation

4. Pg. 3, line 1: strike “under the bonds”

5. Revise title of Section 5 of bill to include Code Sections being waived

6. Clarify Parts 2 and 3 of Ch. 118 are being waived

7. Strike contractor lien satisfaction language in Section 7 of bill to be consistent with agreement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
11.  2019-400

ORD Approp $6,449.39 from Council Dist 13 Loblolly Recreation/Parks Acct to Provide Funding to the Jax Bch Elementary Preservation Fund, Inc. to Provide Funding for Improvements to the Rhoda L. Martin Cultural Heritage Ctr in Jax Bch, FL; Providing for Reverter Language; Finding a Municipal Purpose; Waiving Requirements of Sec. 111.780 (Loblolly Wetlands Mitigation Special Rev Fund) & Sec 106.315 (Dist Council Expenditures) as to Procedures for Approp of Dist Council Funds; Waiving the relevant Provisions of Chapt 118 (Misc. Approps.), Ord Code, as to Auditing & Compliance Measures for Grants from the City Since the Contract Provides Adequate Compliance; Auth the Mayor & Corp Sec to Execute a Contract; Appointing the Dept of Parks, Recreation, Community Svcs to Oversee Proj Contractual Svcs Pursuant to Sec 126.107 (G), Ord Code. (Sidman) (Introduced by CM Gulliford)

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601- 6/11/19

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: NCSPHS,F,R

 

    6/3/2019 NCSPHS Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                            CM Gulliford

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer;    6/4/2019 F Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO PH Read 2nd & Rereferred; NCSPHS, F, R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY               NCSPHS: Amend/App            FIN: Amend/App

Amend/Approve 7-0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.  2019-403

RESO Conf Appt of Wendy E Byndloss as Exec Dir of the Human Rights Comm of the City of Jax. (McCain) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                     APPOINTMENT

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred;R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY

Approve 7-0   

 

 

 

 

 

 

13.  2019-404

RESO Conf Appt of Joshua Gideon as Chief of the Bldg Inspection Div of the Dept of Planning & Developmt of the City of Jax (McCain) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                      APPOINTMENT

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

Approve 7-0   

 

 

 

 

14.  2019-406

RESO Conf  Appt of Karen Tozzi as a Member of the Opioid Abuse Prevention Committee, as a Member of Health Department for an Initial Term Ending 9/30/20. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                     APPOINTMENT

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

Approve 7-0   

 

 

15.  2019-407

RESO Conf  Appt of  George "Rico" Bodin, as a Member of the Opioid Abuse Prevention Committee, as a Certified Recovery Peer Specialist or Certified Recovery Support Specialist Rep, for Initial Term Ending 9/30/20. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                      APPOINTMENT

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

Approve 7-0   

 

 

 

 

 

16.  2019-408

RESO Conf  Appt of  Kevin McCarthy, as a Member of the Opioid Abuse Prevention Committee, as a Mental Health Professional Rep, for Initial Term Ending 9/30/20. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                       APPOINTMENT       

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY  

Defer

This bill was deferred because the appointee was unable to attend the meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

17.  2019-409

RESO Conf  Appt of  Cynthia Smith-Funkhouser, as a Member of the Opioid Abuse Prevention Committee, as a Member From a Homeless Advocacy Organization, for Initial Term Ending 9/30/21. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                         APPOINTMENT

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

Approve 7-0   

 

 

 

 

 

 

AMEND

1. Correct residency

2. Include substantial business interest or philanthropic contribution of appointee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
18.  2019-410

RESO Conf  Appt of  David Castleman, as a Member of the Opioid Abuse Prevention Committee, as a Member from the Jacksonville Fire & Rescue Department, for Initial Term Ending 9/30/21. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                       APPOINTMENT

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

Defer

This appointment was deferred due to residency requirements as referenced in the Ordinance Code, which state that the committee must first debate and establish that the candidate has a substantial business interest or philanthropic contribution in Duval County.  The appointment will be voted upon at the next Rules Committee meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

19.  2019-411

RESO Conf  Appt of  William S. "Bill" Spann, as a Member of the Opioid Abuse Prevention Committee, as a Member from the Veteran Services Organization, for Initial Term Ending 9/30/21. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                               APPOINTMENT

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY  

Approve 7-0

 

20.  2019-412

RESO Conf  Appt of  Dr. Huson Gilberstadt, as a Member of the Opioid Abuse Prevention Committee, as a Medical Professional, Emergency Department Rep, for Initial Term Ending 9/30/22.  (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                APPOINTMENT

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

Approve  7-0

 

 

 

WITHDRAW

 

At the request of the Administration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
21.  2019-413

RESO Conf  Appt of  Dr. Raymond M. Pomm, as a Member of the Opioid Abuse Prevention Committee, as a Medical Professional, Program Treatment  Rep, for Initial Term Ending 9/30/22. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                     

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

7-0 Recommend to Withdraw

 

 

 

 

22.  2019-414

RESO Conf  Appt of  Katie Armstrong, as a Member of the Opioid Abuse Prevention Committee, as an Addiction Treatment Provider Rep, for Initial Term Ending 9/30/22. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R                                                    APPOINTMENT

 

 

BILL SUMMARY   

Approve  7-0

 

 

 

 

23.  2019-416

RESO Conf Appt Andrew J. Westhoff to the Council on Elder Affairs, replacing Gordon Robbie, for a Partial Term Exp 6/30/20. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

    6/4/2019 R Read 2nd & Rerefer                                                                     APPOINTMENT

Scriveners

Pg. 1, lines 7 and 16: insert “Jacksonville-Duval County” before “Council”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. 6/11/2019 CO Read 2nd & Rereferred; R

 

 

Approve  7-0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AMEND

Remove emergency language

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
24.  2019-420

RESO Appt Celestine Mills as Member of the 2019 Charter Revision Comm, as School Bd Dist 5 Rep; Requesting 1 Cycle Emergency Passage. (Sidman) (C/P Bowman)

 

1. 5/28/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

Amend/Approve  7-0

                                                                                                                                   APPOINTMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25.  2019-435

 

 

 

2nd

ORD Approp $71,874.00 from KHA Operating Subfund into KHA Budget to fund Afterschool Programming; Auth KHA to contract directly with YMCA of Florida's First Coast, Inc. ("YMCA") to provide Afterschool Programming at Windy Hill, Ramona & Jax Heights Elementary Schools; Invoking the Exception of Sec 126.107(G) (Exemptions), Pt 1 (General Regs), Chapt 126 (Procurement Code), Ord Code, to allow KHA to procure Afterschool Programming from YMCA; Waiving requiremts of Sec 77.111(a) (Provider Contracts), Chapt 77 (KHA), Ord Code, to exempt Children's Svcs Programming to be provided by YMCA from Competitive Procuremt. (Davis) (Req of Mayor)

Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601 - 6/25/19

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: NCSPHS,F,R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY        Fact Sheet          NCSPHS: 2nd            FIN: 2nd

2nd Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

26.  2019-439

 

 

 

 

2nd

ORD re Chapt 745 (Addressing & Street Naming Regs), Ord Code; to Clarify that the correct spelling of "Spellman Road", Extending from Benedict Rd on the North to West 45th St to the South should include a single "L"; Waive the Requiremts of Sec 745.105 (D), Ord Code, Pertaining to the review by the 911 Emerg Addressing Advisory Comm; Providing a Compliance time period to require that all citizens, property owners, business owners and governmental entities utilize the correct spelling of "Spelman Road" with a single "L" on any & all official Docs, Residence Addresses, Street Signs, Hwy Markers & Electronic Communications on or before 12/31/20; Directing Legislative Services Div to forward ORD to Planning & Dev Dept & Public Wks Dept.  (Pollock) (Introduced by C/M Newby)         

TEU PH Pursuant to Chapt 745 Ord Code - Public Hearing Pursuant to Chapt 166, F.S. & CR 3.601 - 6/25/19

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: TEU,R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY        TEU: 2nd           

2nd Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

27.  2019-440

RESO Honoring & Commending Bishop Edward Robinson, Sr., on the Occasion of his 40th Pastoral Anniversary. (Mitchell) (Introduced by C/M Dennis) (Co-Sponsored by CMs Hazouri, Brosche & Newby)

Scriveners

1. Pg. 1, line 17: strike “Suma” and insert “Summa”

2. Pg. 2, line 22: insert a period after “Anniversary”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

Approve  7-0

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

28.  2019-441

RESO Honoring & Commending Mother Mattie L. Strong on the Occasion of her being named Pastor-Emeritus of Acts of the Apostle Bible Way Church. (Clements)(Introduced by C/M R.Gaffney)

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

Approve  7-0

 

 

 

 

 

 

29.  2019-442

RESO Honoring & Commemorating the Life & Mourning the Passing of Retired Army Captain & Accomplished Attorney Michelline Haynes Ruth. (Baltiero) (Introduced by C/M Pittman) (Co-Sponsored by C/M's Crescimbeni & Newby)

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

Approve  7-0

CMs Boyer and Hazouri asked to be added as co-sponsors.

 

 

 

 

 

30.  2019-443

RESO Conf Appt of Ellyn Cavin, as Chief of the Development Svcs Div of the Dept of Planning & Development of the City of Jacksonville. (McCain) (Req of Mayor)

2nd

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY      

2nd Reading

 

 

 

 

 

31.  2019-444

RESO Conf Reappt of Jason R. Gabriel as the General Counsel.(Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

2nd

 

BILL SUMMARY       

2nd Reading

 

 

 

 

 

32.  2019-445

RESO Conf Reappt of Raul Ernesto Arias, Jr. to the Jax Housing and Community Dev Comm, for a 2nd Full Term ending 11/30/22 (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

2nd

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY     

2nd Reading

 

 

 

 

 

 

33.  2019-446

 

2nd

RESO Conf Appt of Russell Jackson, as a member of the KingSoutel Crossing Community Redev Agency Advisory Board, as a Citizen Member that lives within 1 mile of the CRA Boundary Representing the General Public, for an initial term ending 12/31/22. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY      

2nd Reading

 

 

 

 

 

34.  2019-447

 

2nd

RESO Conf Appt of Dr. Mary Jackson, as a member of the KingSoutel Crossing Community Redev Agency Advisory Board, as a Citizen Member that lives within 1 mile of the CRA Boundary Representing the General Public, for an initial term ending 12/31/21. (Sidman)(Req of Mayor)

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY       

2nd Reading

 

 

 

 

 

35.  2019-448

 

2nd

RESO Conf Appt of Leola Williams, as a member of the KingSoutel Crossing Community Redev Agency Advisory Board, as a Citizen Member that lives within 1 mile of the CRA Boundary Representing the General Public, for an initial term ending 12/31/21. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY     

 

 

 

 

36.  2019-449

 

2nd

RESO Conf Appt of Kemal Gaspar, as a member of the KingSoutel Crossing Community Redev Agency Advisory Board, as a Citizen Representing the Banking, Insurance, or Finance Profession, for an initial term ending 12/31/23. (Distel)(Introduced by C/P Bowman)

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY       

2nd Reading

 

 

 

 

37.  2019-450

 

2nd

RESO Conf Appt of Calvin Burney, as a member of the KingSoutel Crossing Community Redev Agency Advisory Board, as a Citizen Representing the Planning, Landscape Architecture or Architecture Fields, for an initial term ending 12/31/23. (Distel) (Introduced by C/P Bowman)

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY       

2nd Reading

 

 

 

38.  2019-451

 

2nd

RESO Conf Appt of Scott Grimes, as a member of the KingSoutel Crossing Community Redev Agency Advisory Board, as a Citizen Representing the Engineering or Construction Management Profession, for an initial term ending 12/31/22. (Distel)(Introduced by C/P Bowman)

 

1. 6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

 

BILL SUMMARY       

2nd Reading

 

 

39.  2019-452

 

2nd

RESO Conf Appt of Vanessa Cullins-Hopkins, as a member of the KingSoutel Crossing Community Redev Agency Advisory Board, as a Citizen Member that lives within 1 mile of the CRA Boundary Representing the General Public, for an initial term ending 12/31/21. (Sidman) (Req of Mayor)

 

1.     6/11/2019 CO  Introduced: R

 

BILL SUMMARY    

2nd Reading

 

 

 

 

 

*****NOTE: Items may be added at the discretion of the Chair.*****

 

 

Minutes: Colleen Hampsey, Council Research

CHampsey@coj.net 

(904) 630-1498

6.19.19  Posted 5:00 p.m.

 

•Tapes:  Rules Committee Meeting – LSD

6.18.19