Compiled by:  Research Division

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(Approp $688,277.45 from Bldg Inspection Subfund 159 - Fund Balance):

1. Clarify in title that appropriation includes vehicles

2. Clarify that 5 vehicles are being replaced and 6 additional vehicles are being purchased

3. Clarify that references to departments are within the Building Inspection Subfund

4. Expand explanation of appropriation

5. Correct employee caps

6. Correct employee position title

7. Attach Revised Exhibit 1 (revised BT)






(Rezoning 2630 State Rd A1A from PUD to PUD): Per OGC, rezoning approved subject to conditions:


LUZ: 1.       The owner shall perform a traffic study subject to the review and approval of the Transportation Planning division and the City’s Traffic Engineer.

2.       Prior to the first final inspection within any phase of development, the owner or their agent shall submit to the Planning and Development Department for its review and approval either (a) an affidavit documenting that all conditions to the development order have been satisfied or (b) a detailed agreement for the completion of all conditions to the development order.

3.       Regarding the single family development alternative of a size of RLD-60 or smaller, the following shall apply:

a. All internal roads shall have a minimum pavement width of twenty-four feet (24’), exclusive of curb and gutter.

b.      As part of verification of substantial compliance for the first residential use, and prior to the issuance of a building permit for the vertical construction of single family residential uses within the PUD, covenants and restrictions shall be submitted to the Planning and Development Department for review and approval, and upon approval, recorded for the property which (i) provide for architectural review of plans/elevations of home exteriors by an architectural review board and (ii) provide standards for such review, including requirements that (a) the façade (front) of each single-family detached home must have at least two different finishes, one being primary finish and the secondary finish being an accent feature, (b) no vinyl siding can be used on a single family detached home, and (c) no panel siding can be used as the primary building product on the façade of any single-family detached home.

c.      The roof eave separation between buildings shall be a minimum of seven (7’) feet.


Floor (Becton): attaches a Revised Exhibit 4 (revised site plan).






(Amend Chapt 518 (Jacksonville Proprty Safety & Maintenance Code) to create new Sec 518.213 (drainage not in compliance with apv plans or which creates a public nuisance): Clarify that reference to Subparts C and D are in Part 1 of Ch. 518.






(Approp $7,500 Grant from Beaches Community Fund at Community Foundation for NE FL to Kids Hope Alliance):


NCSPHS: Attaches new Exhibit 3 - KHA board meeting minutes.


Finance: NCSPHS amendment, plus removes BT and adds self-appropriation process through the Mayor’s Budget Review Committee after the grant is received.






(Auth Lease Agreemt with JTA to enable JSO to continue use of surface parking lot at Corner of Catherine St & East Adams for JSO vehicles): strikes $10 annual rental consideration from bill and from the agreement; attaches Revised Exhibit 1 (revised lease agreement) to reference “other good and valuable consideration”.






(Transferring $132,991.74 from Facilities Capital Maint - Govt Proj to the St. James Bldg Prog - Fire Alarm System):

1. Pg. 2, line 3: delete “subfunds” and insert “subfund”

2. Pg. 2, line 5: insert “of the BT” after “section”

3. Attach Revised Exhibit 2 (revised CIP amendment)






(Approp $200,000 from FDEP to fund construction of The SAL Taylor Creek Preserve Trailhead): Attaches Revised Exhibit 1 (revised BT) to correct activity name.






(Closing & Abandoning &/or Disclaiming Portions of Pedestrian Walkway running along Deer Lake Dr.): Clarifies that the existing sidewalk will remain a functional walkway.






(Approp $5,879,567 to Kids Hope Alliance to extend Programs Previously funded through May 31, 2018 through Sep 30, 2018, and to fund 2018 Summer Learning and Youth Summer Jobs):

  1. Revises the appropriation amount referenced in bill from $5,879,567 to $5,919,610 to address changes to the summer learning programs
  2. Adds language breaking out the amount of funding being appropriated as follows:
    1. $1,895,029.00 for children’s services programs
    2. $3,791,351.00 for 97 summer learning programs (serving approximately 6,440 children)
    3. $233,230.00  for youth summer job programs
  3. Invokes the 126.107(g) exception for the $1,895,029 in children’s services programs listed on attached exhibit, authorizes Mayor and/or KHA CEO to execute contract extensions based on the same contract terms (with the exception of Ch. 118 applicability and amount) for the contracts listed on Exhibit from 5/31/18 to 9/30/18
  4. Invokes the 126.107(g) exception for the $3,791,351.00 in summer learning programs for the programs listed on attached exhibit, authorizes Mayor and/or KHA CEO to execute contracts based on the applicable RFP terms and conditions as listed on Exhibit from 5/1/18 to 8/31/18
  5. Adds waiver of Code Sec.  77.111(a)
  6. Revises BT to correct appropriation amount
  7. Attaches two exhibits, one for children’s services programs and one for summer learning programs
  8. KHA Board approval of children’s services programs, summer learning programs and youth summer job programs (per board meeting minutes)






(Auth Economic Dev Agreemt with Project Moon supporting Expansion of the Company's Operations in Jax):

1.     On p. 2 of the bill correct QTI amounts and clarify that the state’s portion includes a High Impact Sector bonus

2.     Attaches Revised Exhibit 1 (revised project summary) to correct scrivener’s errors

3.     Place revised agreement “on file” to include additional language in the Records Retention/Audit section that specifically names the Council Auditor’s Office.






(Authorizing execution of artwork reconveyance agreement with MOCA Jacksonville and surplusing artwork for sale at auction):

1. Remove “upon introduction” from Section 12 title

2. Include an explanation of the reason for the waivers to Ch. 122 Part 8 as required by Council Rule 3.102(e)

3. Include in new Trust Fund language that this will also be separated by a grant number and grant detail





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