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City of Alachua

 

1905-2005

Celebrating Our Second Century

REGULAR CITY COMMISSION MEETING

Agenda

January 11, 2010

Mayor Bonnie Burgess

Vice-Mayor Gib Coerper

Commissioner Orien Hills

Commissioner Jean Calderwood

Commissioner Gary Hardacre

Interim City Manager Traci Cain

City Attorney Marian Rush


 


 

The City Commission will conduct a

Regular City Commission Meeting

At 6:30 p.m.

Meeting Day & Date:  Monday, January 11, 2010

Meeting Location: James A. Lewis Commission Chambers, City Hall

15100 NW 142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida

Notice given pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes.  In order to appeal any decision made at this meeting, you will need a verbatim record of the proceedings.  It will be your responsibility to ensure such a record is made.

 

 

City Commission Meeting

CALL TO ORDER

INVOCATION

PLEDGE TO THE FLAG

APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA

I.          SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

(Please limit to 15 minutes)

None Scheduled

II.        COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS ON SUBJECT OF CHOICE

(Please Limit to 3 Minutes. Any citizen who is unable to speak at this time will have an opportunity to speak at the end of the meeting) 

III.       COMMITTEE REPORTS/COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS/CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

None Scheduled

IV.       PUBLIC HEARINGS AND ORDINANCES

(Presentations, other than the applicant, please limit to 3 Minutes)

  1. A. First Reading and First Public Hearing of Ordinance 10-10:  Containing changes to City Elections and changing the title from 09-20 to 10-10. (This is a Legislative Hearing)

i. First READING, ORDINANCE 10-10; CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE ABOVE STATED ORDINANCE

ii. PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF THE ABOVE-REFERENCED ORDINANCE

  1. B. First Reading and First Public Hearing of Ordinance 10-09: A request by Causseaux, Hewett, & Walpole, Inc., agent for Waco Properties, Inc., owner, for consideration of a Site Specific Amendment to the Official Zoning Atlas (Rezoning) from Agriculture (A) to Residential Single Family – 4 (RSF-4). The ±284 acre subject property for the proposed amendment is located on the northwest corner of the intersection of NW County Road 2054 (Peggy Road) and NW County Road 235-A (NW 173rd Street), north of the Dollar  

General Distribution Center, and northwest of the Baugh Southeast Coop, Alachua, Florida.  Existing FLUM: Moderate Density Residential; Existing Zoning: Agriculture (A); Tax Parcel No. 03894-000-000. This is a quasi-judicial hearing.

i. First READING, ORDINANCE 10-09; CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE ABOVE STATED ORDINANCE

ii. PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF THE ABOVE-REFERENCED ORDINANCE

 

  1. C. A request by Eng, Denman & Associates, Inc., agent for University of Florida

Foundation, Inc., and Santa Fe College Foundation, Inc., owners, for consideration of a Major Subdivision Preliminary Plat of a 2 lot subdivision, known as Progress Technology Park. The ±30.45 acre subject property for the proposed subdivision is located at 14180 NW 119th Terrace, Alachua, Florida, north of the intersection of US Highway 441 and Progress Boulevard. FLUM: Industrial; Zoning: Light & Warehouse Industrial (ILW) and Industrial General (IG); Tax Parcel Nos. 03230-000-000; 03191-000-000; 03191-002-000; and 03956-001-000. This is a quasi-judicial hearing.

V.        AGENDA ITEMS
A.                City Manager Contract

VI.       COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS ON SUBJECT OF CHOICE

(Please Limit to 3 Minutes. Any citizen who did not speak during the Citizen Comments period at the beginning of the meeting may do so at this time.)

VII.     COMMENTS FROM CITY MANAGER

 

 

VIII.    COMMISSION COMMENTS/DISCUSSION

ADJOURN

CONSENT AGENDA

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS

 

  1. A. Minutes:  November 16, 2009 Regular City Commission Meeting

  1. B. Minutes:  December 3, 2009 City Commission Workshop

  1. C. Minutes:  December 7, 2009 Regular City Commission Meeting 

  1. D. Approval of Subdivider Agreement and Certificate of Concurrency Compliance for Phase 1B of Baywood Subdivision

  1. E. RFP 2010-01 San Felasco Conservation-Alachua Phase Corridor Concession Stand and Restroom Facility (J N Copeland Park)

  1. F. RFP 2010-02 Hal Brady Recreation Complex Parking Lot Renovation/Construction

  1. G. RFP 2010-03 San Felasco Conservation-Alachua Phase Corridor Parking Area (J N Copeland Park)

  1. H. RFP 2010-04 San Felasco Conservation-Alachua Phase Corridor Nature Trail (J N Copeland Park)

  1. I. Florida Department of Elder Affairs – Fiscal Year 2010 Mini Grants & Aids Program Grant Application

 

 

AGENDA DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION AT THE LIBRARY AND CITY HALL.

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COPIES OF THE AGENDA AND BACKUP MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE ENTRANCE TO COMMISSION CHAMBERS.

City of Alachua

1905-2005

Celebrating Our Second Century

 

 

REGULAR CITY COMMISSION MEETING

Agenda

January 11, 2010

                                                                                                                                                                          

 

Mayor Bonnie Burgess                                                                          Interim City Manager Traci Cain

Vice-Mayor Gib Coerper                                                                                                            City Attorney Marian Rush

Commissioner Orien Hills

Commissioner Jean Calderwood

Commissioner Gary Hardacre

 


                                   

The City Commission will conduct a

 

Regular City Commission Meeting

 

At 6:30 p.m.

 

Meeting Day & Date:  Monday, January 11, 2010

 

Meeting Location:  James A. Lewis Commission Chambers, City Hall

15100 NW 142nd Terrace, Alachua, Florida

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Notice given pursuant to Section 286.0105, Florida Statutes.  In order to appeal any decision made at this meeting, you will need a verbatim record of the proceedings.  It will be your responsibility to ensure such a record is made.

 

 

City Commission Meeting

 

CALL TO ORDER

 

 

INVOCATION

 

 

PLEDGE TO THE FLAG

 

 

APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA

 

 

I.          SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS

                (Please limit to 15 minutes)

 

            None Scheduled

 

II.        COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS ON SUBJECT OF CHOICE

(Please Limit to 3 Minutes.  Any citizen who is unable to speak at this time will have an opportunity to speak at the end of the meeting)

 

III.       COMMITTEE REPORTS/COMMITTEE APPOINTMENTS/CITY ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

            None Scheduled

 

IV.       PUBLIC HEARINGS AND ORDINANCES

            (Presentations, other than the applicant, please limit to 3 Minutes)

                           

A.                First Reading and First Public Hearing of Ordinance 10-10:  Containing changes to City Elections and changing the title from 09-20 to 10-10. (This is a Legislative Hearing)

 

i.              First  READING, ORDINANCE 10-10; CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE ABOVE STATED ORDINANCE

ii.             PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF THE ABOVE-REFERENCED ORDINANCE

 

B.                 First Reading and First Public Hearing of Ordinance 10-09: A request by Causseaux, Hewett, & Walpole, Inc., agent for Waco Properties, Inc., owner, for consideration of a Site Specific Amendment to the Official Zoning Atlas (Rezoning) from Agriculture (A) to Residential Single Family – 4 (RSF-4). The ±284 acre subject property for the proposed amendment is located on the northwest corner of the intersection of NW County Road 2054 (Peggy Road) and NW County Road 235-A (NW 173rd Street), north of the Dollar

 

General Distribution Center, and northwest of the Baugh Southeast Coop, Alachua, Florida.  Existing FLUM: Moderate Density Residential; Existing Zoning: Agriculture (A); Tax Parcel No. 03894-000-000. This is a quasi-judicial hearing.

 

i.              First  READING, ORDINANCE 10-09; CONSIDERATION OF APPROVAL OF THE ABOVE STATED ORDINANCE

ii.             PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF THE ABOVE-REFERENCED ORDINANCE

           

C.    A request by Eng, Denman & Associates, Inc., agent for University of Florida

Foundation, Inc., and Santa Fe College Foundation, Inc., owners, for consideration of a Major Subdivision Preliminary Plat of a 2 lot subdivision, known as Progress Technology Park. The ±30.45 acre subject property for the proposed subdivision is located at 14180 NW 119th Terrace, Alachua, Florida, north of the intersection of US Highway 441 and Progress Boulevard. FLUM: Industrial; Zoning: Light & Warehouse Industrial (ILW) and Industrial General (IG); Tax Parcel Nos. 03230-000-000; 03191-000-000; 03191-002-000; and 03956-001-000. This is a quasi-judicial hearing.

 

V.        AGENDA ITEMS
 
A.                City Manager Contract

 

VI.       COMMENTS FROM CITIZENS ON SUBJECT OF CHOICE

(Please Limit to 3 Minutes.  Any citizen who did not speak during the Citizen Comments period at the beginning of the meeting may do so at this time.)

 

 

VII.     COMMENTS FROM CITY MANAGER

 

 

VIII.    COMMISSION COMMENTS/DISCUSSION

 

 

ADJOURN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS

 

A.                Minutes:  November 16, 2009 Regular City Commission Meeting

 

B.                 Minutes:  December 3, 2009 City Commission Workshop

 

C.                Minutes:  December 7, 2009 Regular City Commission Meeting

 

D.                Approval of Subdivider Agreement and Certificate of Concurrency Compliance for Phase 1B of Baywood Subdivision

 

E.                 RFP 2010-01 San Felasco Conservation-Alachua Phase Corridor Concession Stand and Restroom Facility (J N Copeland Park)

 

F.                 RFP 2010-02 Hal Brady Recreation Complex Parking Lot Renovation/Construction

 

G.                RFP 2010-03 San Felasco Conservation-Alachua Phase Corridor Parking Area (J N Copeland Park)

 

H.                RFP 2010-04 San Felasco Conservation-Alachua Phase Corridor Nature Trail (J N Copeland Park)

 

I.                   Florida Department of Elder Affairs – Fiscal Year 2010 Mini Grants & Aids Program Grant Application

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AGENDA DOCUMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION AT THE LIBRARY AND CITY HALL.

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COPIES OF THE AGENDA AND BACKUP MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE ENTRANCE TO COMMISSION CHAMBERS.