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Meeting Name: City Commission Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 11/15/2022 5:00 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Hall
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Minutes Minutes  
Meeting video: eComment: Not available  
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22-3395 11 Proclamation16 Days of Activism - Zonta ClubReceived and Filed  Action details Not available
22-3396 22 ProclamationIrreverent Warriors Key West Silkies Hike WeekReceived and Filed  Action details Video Video
22-3389 13 ProclamationSmall Business SaturdayReceived and Filed  Action details Video Video
22-3387 14 ProclamationWilliam Weech American Legion Post 168Postponed  Action details Not available
22-3432 15 PresentationJonathan Gueverra, Ed. D. - President College of the Florida KeysReceived and Filed  Action details Video Video
Min 22-1087 16 Minutes*November 1, 2022PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3429 17Resolution exception to 26-100 to allow any time fishingResolution*Providing an exception to Section 26-100 of the Code of Ordinances, to permit individuals to actively engage in fishing at Mallory Square, Edward B. Knight Pier and waterfront property at the Truman Waterfront Park at any time.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3317 18Botanical Gardens 99 Year LeaseResolution*Approving the attached 99-year public benefit "Lease Agreement" between the City and the Key West Botanical Garden Society, Inc. d/b/a Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden for the operation of the Key West Botanical Garden, a 501(c) 3 exempt organization (Lessor) for the parcel located at 5210 College Road on Stock Island.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3344 19 Resolution*Approving the attached "State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection Standard Grant Agreement" Number 22PLN64 for the City of Key West Comprehensive Adaptation and Resilience Implementation Plan (CARIP) in a total amount up to $905,500 State / $246,000 City Match ($1,151,500 total estimated project cost); Authorizing the Mayor to execute the Agreement, and to approve and execute any subsequent amendments that may adjust the grant funding allocations to the City or modify the project scope, upon consent of the City Attorney; Authorizing any necessary budget adjustments or transfers to accept the funding.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3360 110 Resolution*Approving the attached "State of Florida Department of Economic Opportunity Federally Funded Community Development Block Grant CARES (CDBG-CV) Subgrant Agreement" Number 22CV-S14 / H2485 to reconstruct the Keys Overnight Temporary Shelter (KOTS) in a total amount up to $4,300,000 Federal / $3,000,000 City Match ($7,300,000 total estimated project cost); Authorizing the Mayor to execute the Agreement, and to approve and execute any subsequent amendments that may adjust the grant funding allocations to the City or modify the project scope, upon consent of the City Attorney; Authorizing any necessary budget adjustments or transfers to accept the funding.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3347 111 Resolution*Authorizing the purchase of three (3) 2023 Ford F-150 Pickup Trucks with Liftgate ($131,967.00) and one (1) 2023 Ford Transit Connect Cargo Mini-Van ($30,165.00) in a total amount not to exceed $162,132.00 from Duval Ford LLC, through piggybacking on the Florida Sheriff's Association and Florida Association of Counties Bid No. FSA20-VEL28.0, Pursuit, Administrative and Other Vehicles Contract, pursuant to Section 2-797(3) of the Code of Ordinances for use by the Key West Community Services Department; Authorizing necessary budget transfers or adjustments; Authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute necessary documents, upon consent of the City Attorney.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3402 112KWFD Lifepak15 ALS enginesResolution*Authorizing the purchase from Stryker Medical of three (3) LifePak 15 Cardiac Systems plus accessories as a brand name product, on a sole source basis pursuant to Section 2-797(1) for brand name items, pursuant to the City Code Section 2-844(a) and (b) for the Key West Fire Department in an amount not to exceed $100,370.16; Authorizing any necessary budget amendments or adjustments.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3404 113KWFD Lucas Devices 2022Resolution*Authorizing the purchase from Stryker Medical Four (4) Lucas Chest Compression System Devices plus accessories as a brand name product, on a sole source basis pursuant to Section 2-797(1) for brand name items, pursuant to City Code Section 2-844(a) and (b) for the Key West Fire Department in an amount not to exceed $69,610.00; Authorizing any necessary budget amendments or adjustments.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3405 114 Resolution*Authorizing the purchase from Municipal Emergency Services of two (2) Hurst eDraulic 3.0 Rescue Tool Sets plus accessories on a sole source basis pursuant to Section 2-797(1) for the Key West Fire Department in an amount not to exceed $89,120.00; Authorizing any necessary budget amendments or adjustments.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3398 115Purchase of (1) 2023 Ford F-250 Command Vehicle for KWFDResolution*Authorizing the purchase of one (1) 2023 Ford F-250 Pickup Truck with accessories at a total amount not to exceed $72,102.30 from Duval Ford LLC, through piggybacking on the Florida Sheriff's association and Florida Association of Counties Bid No. FSA22-VEL30.0, Pursuit, Administrative and Other Vehicles Contract, Pursuant to Section 2-797(3) of the Code of Ordinances for use by the Key West Fire Department; Authorizing necessary budget transfers or adjustments; Authorizing the City Manager or designee to execute necessary document, upon consent of the City Attorney.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3272 116 Resolution*Requesting the Monroe County Land Authority for funding in the amount of $4,089,750.00, for the construction of for sale workforce housing at the proposed Lofts at Bahama Village Development located at 318 Fort Street (otherwise known as the 3.2 acre site) pursuant to Section 380.0666 (3) (A), Florida Statutes, an in accordance with City of Key West Comprehensive Plan Policy 3-1.1.7.Postponed  Action details Not available
22-3406 117 ResolutionApproving Task Order No. 8-22-STM from CH2M Hill Engineers, Inc. in the amount of $278,861.82 for Professional Engineering Design for a tidal barrier, preliminary pump station sizing and associated improvement for the 10th Street and Harris Avenue Drainage Project (Project ST38022102); Authorizing any necessary budget transfers; Authorizing the City Manager to execute any necessary documents.PassedPass Action details Video Video
22-3341 218 ResolutionApproving a Change Order (2) to D.L. Porter Constructors, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $29,928.46 for unforeseen circumstances and additional electrical work on the Mole Pier Boat Wash Facility; Authorizing necessary budget transfers/amendments; Authorizing the City Manager to execute necessary documents.PassedPass Action details Video Video
22-3048 219 ResolutionApproving a mural by Marlene Koenig painted on the retaining wall at 218 Whitehead Street.PassedPass Action details Not available
22-3269 120Homeless Shelter KOTS Solar DesignResolutionApproving and accepting the attached "Solar Evaluation Form" prepared by the Key West Engineering Department for the Keys Overnight Temporary Shelter Project (KOTS); Directing that an add/alternate line item for design and construction of a roof mounted solar power system to provide electric services for the KOTS facility be included in the contract bid documents for the KOTS facility determining that a solar energy system at KOTS would not be cost effective at this time.PassedPass Action details Video Video
22-3431 121Ordinance 9 pm juvenile curfewOrdinanceAn Ordinance of the City of Key West, Florida, amending Chapter 42 of the Code of Ordinances, entitled "Miscellaneous Offenses" by amending Section 42-12, to amend the juvenile curfew by adjusting the established hours when an unaccompanied minor may remain in a public place to between the hours of 9:00 P.M. and 5:00 A.M. from Sunday through Thursday, and between the hours of 10:00 P.M. and 6:00 A.M. on Friday, Saturday and legal holidays; Providing for severability; Providing for repeal of inconsistent provisions; Providing for an effective date.Withdrawn  Action details Video Video