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04142010CRA Agenda1. CALL TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. ROLL CALL 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1 -4 A. 3/24/10 Meeting 5. NEW BUSINESS CfIYOF HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) (CITY COUNCIL) AGENDA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 2010 5:30 PM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1225 MAIN ST, SEBASTIAN, FL 5 -32 A. Facade, Sign and Landscape Grant Award 80% of Project Costs to Island Smoothies Cafe Not to Exceed $7,500 for Sign as Specified (GMD Transmittal, Sign Designs 33 B. Consider Funding Indian River State College Business Analyst Position with CRA Funds (City Manager Transmittal) 6. ADJOURN HEARING ASSISTANCE HEADPHONES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS FOR ALL GOVERNMENT MEETINGS. ANY PERSON WHO DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT THIS MEETING WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND 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 HEARD. (286.0105 F.S.) IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA), ANYONE WHO NEEDS A SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION FOR THIS MEETING SHOULD CONTACT THE CITY'S ADA COORDINATOR AT 589 -5330 AT LEAST 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF THIS MEETING. CITY OF sEliAvrINN HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) (CITY COUNCIL) MINUTES WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 2010 5:30 PM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1225 MAIN ST, SEBASTIAN, FL 1. Mayor Gillmor called the CRA meeting to order at 5:30 p.m. 2. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. 3. ROLL CALL City Council Present: Mayor Richard H. Gillmor Vice -Mayor Jim Hill Council Member Andrea Coy Council Member Eugene Wolff Council Member Don Wright Staff Present: City Manager, Al Minner City Attorney, Robert Ginsburg City Clerk, Sally Maio Deputy City Clerk, Jeanette Williams Administrative Services Director, Debra Krueger Finance Director, Ken Killgore Growth Management Director, Rebecca Grohall Deputy Police Chief, Greg Witt Police Captain, Bob Lockhart MIS Systems Analyst, Rob Messersmith 1 -6 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES March 10, 2010 DRAFT Mayor Gillmor asked that the minutes reflect a correction which had been provided by the Clerk on page five of the minutes. MOTION by Mr. Wright and SECOND by Mr. Hill to approve the minutes with the correction passed with a voice vote of 5 -0. Community Redevelopment Meeting March 24, 2010 Page Two 5. NEW BUSINESS DRAFT A. FY08 /09 CRA Annual Report Accept Report to Forward to Council Administrative 7 -25 Services Transmittal, Report) (CAFR Previously Provided Under Separate Cover) The City Manager said the Administrative Services Department prepared the report and he would answer any questions. MOTION by Ms. Coy and SECOND by Mr. Hill to approve forwarding the report to City Council carried on a voice vote of 5 -0. 27 -43 B. CAVCORP Concept (City Manager Transmittal, Conceptual Plans, Estimates) The City Manager presented a conceptual plan done by Brad Smith from 1993 the Clerk provided which showed a plan very similar to the one being considered tonight, which received unanimous Council approval to close then Fellsmere Road, but ultimately did not occur when the City entered into the Community Development Block grant. He handed it to Council to review. The City Manager then gave a Power Point presentation (see attached), noting the design being looked at tonight came from the 2001 Charrette. He responded to questions from Council relative to available funds from CRA and recreation impact fees, and stated that recreation impact fees are to be designated for use in the district from which they are collected but not if you have a community project. He suggested revisiting the recreation impact fee ordinance in the future to make it more pure. He responded to questions about plans to pave Cleveland and Coolidge Streets and the difference in funds, stating it was discussed to resurface the two streets with the bond money or in this project, CRA funds would be used to widen, improve drainage, and landscape the streets. Joe Schulke, Schulke, Bittle and Stoddard, said paving was not included in the plan before them tonight. Mayor Gillmor said the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) has prioritized Laconia and South Easy in their plan so there is a chance we will get money for those and there will be bond money available for the streets in the district. In response to Mr. Wright, the City Manager said this project would be done over two fiscal years and the shortfall in funds would be $197,893, noting the design would take at least six months and put us into the next fiscal year. He said no grant funds had been sought as yet but there may be grants available. He reminded them that this is only conceptual at this time, 2 Community Redevelopment Meeting March 24, 2010 Page Three Mr. Wright remembered in 2003 there was an outcry not to close Sebastian Blvd. DRAFT Mr. Schulke described the exfiltration system in the design with inlets and piping to take water underground to treatment before stormwater goes to the river. The City Manager said staff is seeking approval to move forward with the with the Competitive Consultants Negotiating Act (CCNA) process so they can move forward with design, public input, and a contract to come back to Council for approval. He said there would be no effect on the general fund and Council would not be committing to any type of design. Mr. Wright asked if there were cost estimates for bump outs as part of this and the City Manager said this would be a two phased project and Mr. Schulke was working on it. Mayor Gillmor said this is too large a project to move forward without public comment and was concerned staff wanted Council to bless it. He did not agree with closing the road in light of MPO work on keeping US1 four lanes by keeping adding additional connectivity and said now we are talking about closing a road. He said we need that access to the riverfront, we need to keep the large oak in the middle of the Cavcorp property, the clock and kiosk would have to be moved, we would lose car parking spaces, he'd like to see turf block considered rather than asphalt in the parking area, did not see how the promenade would enhance anything, and said we are not considering paving of Cleveland and Coolidge in the plan. He said it needs to be redesigned with public input. Ms. Coy said we are not here to approve design but bless a concept and commit funds. She said she had many issues and would like to see a number attached to the Main Street part of the plan and do it altogether in phases. She noted that the district was created in 1995 and it took ten years to get it started, listing the accomplishments from the CRA report in the last five years. She said she wanted to look at the CRA District overall and make it so you know you are in a district. Mr. Hill thanked Mr. Schulke for his work, said this project goes back to 1993, and closing Sebastian Blvd was controversial, that he is hearing the need for more public input to include bump outs and road. He suggested we open up the CRA master plan with tabletop meetings with the public, citing the success of the previous Charrette process. He said now after the success of the Main Street project we need to look at the whole CRA District and the master plan and then go forward. Mr. Wright said he pretty much agreed with most of what the other members were saying but was concerned with the statement that if Council is happy with the design concepts, we can move forward. He said he was not hearing that Council is happy with the design concept and the focus is too much on Cavcorp and it should include more of US1 and Council should consider amending the order of it. He said he wondered if this was the best use of the CRA money for the next two and a half years, said we need to enhance Approved at the CRA meeting. Richard H. Gillmor, Mayor ATTEST.: Sally A. Maio, MMC City Clerk Community Redevelopment Meeting March 24, 2010 Page Four DRAFT the visual appearance of the district and there are things we can do on US 1, and with Cavcorp tucked behind Hess station he was not so sure of it's visibility. He said there were some concepts he liked in the design like the organizing parking but was concerned for losing car parking, suggesting pulling the property south on Indian River Drive together with this. He further cited the current DOT evaluation of the speed limit on US 1, the enhancement of US 1 could be done separately and before Cavcorp, described his efforts to pull out on US 1 today with traffic speeding down the road, and said this needs more input. Mr. Wolff said he was in Winn Dixie recently and was told "Council loves to spend money noted caution in giving contracts to campaign contributors and said we need to look at other ideas and get all encompassing viewpoints. Mayor Gillmor said it would be unwise to move forward without a traffic study, and he was hearing a consensus to workshop this, noting that public input at the end of the agenda after Council was out of order. MOTION by Mr. Hill and SECOND by Ms. Coy to have Council re- examine the CRA master plan through public meetings at workshops. The City Manager asked if Council wanted staff to close down shop or redraw the plan. Mr. Hill said if we find out Cavcorp is not a public priority and said let's workshop. Result of the roll call vote: AYES: Hill, Coy, Wolff, Wright, Gillmor NAYS: None Motion carried 6. PUBLIC INPUT None 7. Being no further business, Mayor Gillmor adjourned the CRA meeting at 6:25 p.m. 4 Subject: Approve Facade, Sign and grant for Island Smoothie Aif.: d for Submittal by: Landscaping Cafe Agenda No. Department Origin: Finance: GM City Attorney: City Clerk: Pr r' Date Submitted: For: April 14, 2010 April 7 2010 A i A inner, City Manager Exhibits: Recommended sign designs; Application EXPENDITURE REQUIRED: See below AMOUNT BUDGETED: APPROPRIATION REQUIRED: GIYOF HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND AGENDA TRANSMITTAL In 2005, the City established a Facade, Sign and Landscaping (FSL) grant program to assist property owners for improvements within the Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) boundary. Funds have been budgeted for both FY 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010 totally $150,000 ($30,000 in each fiscal year for five years). In August and September 2009, the CRA Board approved several changes to the FSL program, including: A committee was created to review and make recommendations to the CRA Board for final approval. Change grant match requirements from the CRA providing 50% of the total funds, to the CRA providing 80% of the total (80% from City, 20% from the grantee) to encourage wider participation in the grant. The City provides up to $7,500 for signage landscaping projects, and up to $15,000 for sign, landscaping facade improvements. Restrict grants for improvements that have been installed prior to application. Grants will not be approved for signs that have already been installed prior to the grant application. Provide additional points for first time applicants or applicants that have not received the grant in the previous three (3) year (fiscal year) period. To be eligible, property owners within the CRA area must be fully paid and current on property taxes, and must maintain compliance with their local business tax requirements (formerly occupational licensing). Furthermore, they should not have outstanding code violations that cannot be remedied with the grant program. Up to $7,500 is available for signage and landscaping improvements, and up to $15,000 for improvements to the facade, signage and landscaping. The funds must be used for criteria that help create /expand the "Old Florida Fishing Village" theme, facade improvements that maintain the historic character of the property and projects that remedy a non conforming sign. Additionally, funds may be awarded for landscaping projects that improve the project and fulfill the requirements of the landscape code. Current Application cycle: The City received applications from Jerry Smith Tile, Southern Sisters Cafe, Sarah Guy Cormier (Sebastian Antiques /A Better Consignment Shop), Tropical Smoothie Cafe, and Maxwell Plumbing. A sixth application was received from the Old Opera House for landscaping "bumpouts" on US 1. The applicant voluntarily agreed to have her application held in abeyance while the City Manager reviews having those improvements considered as part of a larger capital improvement project on US 1 in the riverfront. The CRA Board appointed Lisanne Monier Robinson, Donna Keys, Warren Dill and Tom Collins to serve on the review committee. The committee has met several times to review applications and formulate a recommendation to CRA Board. On February 10, 2010 the CRA Board approved grants to Sarah Guy Cormier (Sebastian Antiques /A Better Consignment) and Jerry Smith Tile at the recommendation of the FSL review committee. At that time, three other grantees were still finalizing their designs: Island Smoothie Cafe, Southern Sisters Cafe and Maxwell Plumbing. The FSL review committee met in March and has approved grant a grant for Island Smoothie Cafe for a new monument sign. The FSL review committee had a detailed recommendation that a grant be approved for a sign that: Height is limited to 72 inches, with a base that 29" tall and limited to two (2) rows for a readerboard (changeable copy) Width is limited to 84 inches The grantee agreed to these restrictions and has submitted a design and estimate reflecting the FSL committee's review. Two other grantees were recommended for approval by the FSL review committee, they are Southern Sisters and Maxwell Plumbing. However, at the time of the agenda preparation, revised drawings and bid information had not yet been received, so their applications will be held until these items are received and then will be forwarded to the CRA board for consideration. Recommendation: Approval a grant to reimburse 80% of project costs (signage, engineering, permit fees, landscaping, etc) not to exceed $7,500 for Island Smoothie Cafe for the sign as specified herein. Fiscal Year/ Awarded to Funds Available Expended 2005/06 $30,000 Buena Vista Eyeland $6,050 2006/07 $30,000 Wendy's $3,251 Prof. Animal World /HALO $15,000 Professional Title* (expired) $0 2007/08, Round 1 $30,000 Keg Shack $5,005 Sebastian Exec. Plaza $4,000 2007/08, Round II Anchor Plaza $7,500 Captain Hiram's $15,000 VFW $6,775 2008/09 $30,000 2009/10 $30,000 Jerry Smith Tile $7,500 Seb. Antiques /Consigment $7,500 Island Tropical Smoothie $7, 500 Southern Sisters $7, 500 Maxwell Plumbling $15, 000 $150,000 $107,581 $42,419 available *if the three grants in italics are awarded PROPOSED SIGN 6Z Skyline Design 920 US Highway #1 Suite F Sebastian, FL 32958 Island Smoothie Cafe P.O. Terms Sign Artwork Design Sign Structure w/ Full Color Sign Board Engineering Changeable Letters Sign Sign Lighting Installation Skyline Design rfsimonson@gmail.com 772 388 -6180 Fax 1- 888 864 -4819 Due Date 4/1/2010 Other Subtotal Sales Tax (7.0 Total Date 4/1/2010 Estimate 124 40.00 3,100.00; 700.00 500.00 200.00 875.00 240.00 3,100.00T1 700.00T 500.00T 200.00T 875.00 $5,615.00 $315.00 $5,930.00 Rebecca Grohall From: TOM COLLINS [thc9301 @aol.com] Sent: Friday, March 19, 2010 10:32 AM To: maracortese @bellsouth.net Cc: Rebecca Grohall Subject: Island Smoothie sign. -IOMAS H COLLINS 7 55 EARRING PT ERO BEACH, FL 32963 4X 772 581 -2706 CELL 772 633 -0260 '29/2110 Page 1 of 1 orenzo, Thanks for taking the time to meet with me yesterday; nice to see you busy!! The new sign design you submitted was such more in line with what our committee was looking for. We appreciate you making the effort to change the design. As we iscussed, we have the following suggestions /requests. Reduce the the size of the sign from 96" to 84 "s Reduce the height from 92 "'s to 80 "'s. We feel this will make the sign much more visible to drivers. Reduce the changeable portion of the sign to one row and reduce the size of the letters so you can display more words. We understand you will use ground located spot lights which is fine. We also understand you have not decided on the contractor yet. We will need full details on the sign construction and materials om your contractor. He needs to be licensed with the City. these suggested changes are acceptable, please have your designer redo the drawings and have them submitted to Rebecca. ur committee meets again on 3/29 at 5 at City Hall. We would like to have you there. ebecca, please get this to the other committee members. Thanks, Tom FACADE SIGNAGE AND LANDSCAPING GRANT FACADE IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM ,max z Growth 1. Project Location n -11 Address of Property to be improved: (4b 0 -,1A11,1 4 l a LA ash An Assessor Parcel Number(s): 069 312-- 30 0000 3 U& .0 OD 00 Name of Business(es) in Project: TS1 n6i cn(lf)o+ 16 C2L-Ce, Building Frontage Measurement of Project: 10g' ft 2. Applicant Information Name: slam SMOD1 C r) e Mailing Address: (4 1 ,1.5 MAN Cityhd,s1131 State: rL Zip: '32 6 Phone: 1 72.- 3,5 I L o Email: iYI CD 4(C bt:.(I ref Do you Own, Rent oLeas the subject property? Lieds *If you are not the owner, the owner will need to co -sign this application. 3. Businesses or Services Offered on Site: t: A--P L ScrV iCO 30nooik ic.S 5 IN 1 -C-f(Cf dr( n .0 Sn C (ki DM 6'2, rv(pqs 0 oczki 4. Description of Proposed Improvements: 7 r plACC C-'/ LnR-C r 1.ta C alDirlU C(lf I Vv i A- nn) 51 in APC (vl'l (nn S Eh( Grp r CS rivc-7K W n2un,t r euL /ifyk 1/t i h If' _l C �l i f (u r tN S NOV 16 2009 Approved by CRA 6/12/06, rev. 06/20/07 and 09/23/09 Page 6 FAQADE SIGNAGE AND LANDSCAPING GRANT 5. Please identify ways in which this project supports the Overlay District Concepts (T Jest c �5i0Yl is So- i'.,P') 3- J e-i pix) fy raj the_ &Tr) t'? 0(c 1i4 G d I n(_ 4'U r 3,110 1 /A;(i Nr1 C111 C /Ofl 111!O 6. Submittals Applications must include the following materials, if applicable, for consideration by the City: Q Current Photo(s) of project site E Assessor parcel number and proof of paid property taxes 2 Applicant Information Listing of businesses or services offered on site Q Description of proposed improvements 1' Identification of project's support of the Overlay District 2 Current Occupational License 2 Rendering or sketch of proposed improvements 2 Architectural plans elevation drawing, dimensions, measurements, etc Color and material samples 2 Sign /Awning design drawings and /or plans 2 Documentation of cost estimates copies of vendor bids, estimates, etc 2 Signature of Property Owner and Applicant Applications lacking sufficient materials to describe the project will NOT be reviewed. Approved by CRA 6/12/06, rev. 06/20/07 and 09/23/09 Page 7 FACADE SIGNAGE AND LANDSCAPING GRANT 7. Estimated Costs and Timing Please provide copies of three vendor bids /estimates or other documentation of cost estimates for all proposed facade work. a. Window or Door Replacement b. Exterior paint or siding �I 0 Signage $5 Yd-{-�t-Ch Ll d. Exterior Lighting e. Facade /Exterior Architectural Improv. f. Architectural /Design Fees g. Landscape /Hardscape Improvements h. Awnings or Shutters i. Building Permit/Planning Fees j. Other Proposed Improvements (specify) TOTAL ESTIMATED COST Estimated Days /Months for Completion operty Owner(s) Si ture(s) This Section for City Use Amount Received: Date Reviewed: Recommendation to CRA: Action by CRA: 3 -(7 vire 8. Signatures Signed: \*1611- L Signed: Za A7Li plicant(s) Signature(s) Approved by CRA 6/12/06, rev. 06/20/07 and 09/23/09 Page 8 v 0 w 0 m m 0 0_ c 0. CD Z 0. 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B PBS 4 -7 LOTS 4 TO 7 INC ABND ALLEY AD) ACENT TO LOTS 5, 6 7 AS IN R BK 30, PP 413, LESS PART OF LOTS 4 TO 7 INC AS R BK 94 PP 218 BLK 2 Ad Valorem Taxes Taxing Authority Rate Assessed Exemption Taxable Taxes Value Amount Value Levied CITY OF SEBASTIAN 3.3456 186,830 0 $186,830 $625.06 EMERGENCY SERV DIST 1.7148 186,830 0 $186,830 $320.38 FLORIDA INLAND NAVIG 0.0345 186,830 0 $186,830 $6.45 COUNTY GENERAL FUND 3.0689 186,830 0 $186,830 $573.36 HOSPITAL DISTRICT 0.7560 186,830 0 $186,830 $141.24 MOSQUITO CONTROL 0.2175 186,830 0 $186,830 $40.64 LAND ACQUISITION BND 0.1357 186,830 0 $186,830 $25.35 LAND ACQUISITION BND 04 0.2863 186,830 0 $186,830 $53.49 SCHOOL BOND 0.2800 186,830 0 $186,830 $52.31 SCHOOL LOCAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 1.7500 186,830 0 $186,830 $326.95 LOCAL EFFORT 0.6000 186,830 0 $186,830 $112.10 SCHOOL STATE LAW 4.4100 186,830 0 $186,830 $823.92 SEBASTIAN INLET 0.1124 186,830 0 $186,830 $21.00 ST JOHNS RIVER WATER 0.4158 186,830 0 $186,830 $77.68 1 Total Millage 17.1275 j Total Taxes $3,199.93 FL- IndialRiver- TaxCollector http: /fl- indianriver taxcollector .governmax.com /collectmax/tabcoll... FL- IndianRiver- TaxCollector Last Update: 11/13/2009 10:36:04 PM EST Ad Valorem Taxes and Non -Ad Valorem Assessments The information contained herein does not constitute a title search and should not be relied on as such. generated on 11/13/2009 10:37: 43 PM EST Non -Ad Valorem Assessments of 11/13/2009 1 'L ndi ver TaxCollector tittp:/ tl- mdianriver- taxcollector .governmax.conv con ectmaxwtan c o»... Code Levying Authority Amount CLFL COUNTY LANDFILL FEE $283.20 TSSA SEBASTIAN STORM DRAINAGE $89.56 Date Paid Transaction Receipt 111/20/2008 PAYMENT 9215047.0006 2008 Total Assessments 1 $372.76 Taxes Assessments $3,572.69 If Paid By Amount Due $0.00 Item Amount Paid $3,429.78 Prior Years Payment History 11/13/2009 10:37 PM This Instrument prepared by: KATHLEEN HENDRICKSON Attorney at Law 2770 Indian River Blvd #326 Vero Beach, Florida 32960 FLORIDA BAR #379921 DEED This Deed prepared without title search from information provided by the Grantors. THIS DEED made the 2nd day of November 2005 by KENNETH L. CHAPIN of 9880 Oak Trail, Micco, Florida 32976 hereinafter called the grantor to KENNETH L. CHAPIN and DIANE E. CHAPIN as Trustees of the KENNETH L. CHAPIN Revocable Trust UTA 11 -02- 05, as tenants in common with DIANE E. CHAPIN and KENNETH L. CHAPIN as Trustees of the DIANE E. CHAPIN Revocable Trust UTA 11 -02 -05 of 9880 Oak Trail, Micco, Florida 32976 hereinafter called the grantee: (Wherever used herein the terms "grantor' and "grantee" include all the parties to this instrument and the heirs, legal representatives and assigns of individuals and the successors and assigns of corporations) The grantor quitclaims unto the grantee, all that certain land situate in Indian River, Florida described as Beginning at the intersection of East right of way line of State Road #5 (U.S. Highway No. 1.) and the North right of way line of First Street, thence run along the East right of way line of State Road #5 an arc distance of 100.50 feet to a point; thence run East a distance of 99 feet to a point; thence run South a distance of 100 feet to a point on the North right of way line of First Street a distance of 91.2 feet to the Point of Beginning. The above described property being also the West part of Lots 4 through 7 Block 2, HARDEE SUBDIVISION, No "B" also the part of abandoned alley lying East of State Road #5, Sebastian, Florida as recorded in Plat Book 4, page 74 of the public records of St. Lucie County, Florida. Said land now lying and being in Indian River County, Florida. Parcel Identification 06 312 39 00003 0020 00004.0 Full power and authority are conferred upon the Grantee, as Trustee of the aforesaid, to protect, conserve, sell, lease and encumber all interests conveyed hereby and otherwise to manage and dispose of same, it being the intent hereof to vest in the Trustee full rights of ownership as authorized and contemplated by Section 689.071, Florida Statutes. TOGETHER with all tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said grantor has signed and sealed these presents the day and year first above written. Signed, sealed and delivered in or presence: Kathleen Hendrickson ?2: Commission #DD217437 Expires: Jul 06, 2007 Bonded Thru Atlantic Bonding Co., Inc. Nota Witness i Ne- °r' %ks4d STATE OF FLORIDA: COUNTY OF INDIAN RIVER: I HEREBY CERTIFY that on this day, before me, an officer duly authorized to aforesaid to take acknowledgements, personally appeared KENNETH L. CHAPIN and who executed the foregoing instrument and they acknowledged before me that WITNESS my hand and official seal in the County and State last aforesaid this 2nd Public, State of Florida 171407 THIS DOCUMENT HAS BEEN RECORDED IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY FL BK: 1975 PG:1303, Pagel of 1 1212712005 at 03:43 PM, D DOCTAX PD 50.70 JEFFREY K BARTON, CLERK OF COURT the State aforesaid and in the County proven to be the persons described in they executed the same. day of November 2005 CUSTOMER'S ORDER NO. DEPARTMENT NAME ADDRESS CITY, STATE, ZIP Sebastian, Fl 32958 PHONE 772- 388 -1676 E -MAIL ADDRESS mariacortese@bellsouth.net DESCRIPTION PRICE QUANTITY WOODCARVERINC- CUSTOM SIGNS lit GRAPHIC ARTS 634 High Street Sebastian Florida 32958 Ph &Fax 772 -589 -0040 theoxford @bellsouth.net 1400 U.S Hwy. 1 FAX Price includes permit and installation on clean site (no buried concrete or obstructions) does not include lighting or engineers sealed drawing 50% deposit with balance upon completion Client owns sign upon balance paid DATE 11 -13 -09 Island Smoothie Cafe Lorenzo Altamura PROPOSAL 476612 AMOUNT one 2 sided "thick painted PVC Panel 3'2 1/4" x7'9 /2" w/ additional level ROUTED "thick PVC dimensional Panel 2' -7 "x7'6 3/4" w/ Exterior Printed Copy "ISLAND SMOOTHIE CAFE" 1 /2"thick PVC Message Panel 1'11 "x 7'4" w/ changeable 4" Copy 300 letter kit w/ storage box 1/2"thick painted PVC ROUTED ribbed Panel 3'2 3/4 "x7'9 6 "x6 "stained pressure treated top trimmed pine posts (2) with internal bracket system and concrete footers to code $9350.00 Tax 611.11 Total $9961.00 ilfr o Approved Date ail,_ le >VA o TD >i: Ili w X. a. a 0 I— I In D it -I isi To D 4:C 4 0 fil V) a.. O° 22 0 u le o 0 .st >0 0 n a) c z 0 azt) D Fli -0 at c 0) E- 1:: .1ii w ft ILI 1- 0 iN1 tb 4-' 0) INTERIOR EXTERIOR 5IGNAGE 11/13/09 TO: ISLAND SMOOTHIE CAFE ATTN: LORENZO ALTAMURA REF: MONUMENT SIGN 1- DOUBLE FACED 96" LONG X 48" HIGH SANDBLASTED ROUTED MONUMENT SIGN WITH DRIFTWOOD LOOKING SURFACE SANDBLASTED COPY AND ARTWORK. SIGN FACES TO BE INSTALLED ON PRESSURE TREATED WOOD FRAMING AND SIGN LEGS PER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. SIGN LEGS TO BE COVERED BY CARVED TOTEM POLES SUPPLIED BY OTHERS) SIGN TO BE INSTALLED IN CONCRETE. COST .$4,280.00 PLUS TAX PLUS PERMIT ENGINEERED DRAWINGS APPROX. $350.00 1- INSTALLATION OF THE ABOVE COST .$675.00 PLUS TAX TERMS: 505 DEPOSIT BALANCE AT COMPLETION DELIVERY: 5 TO 6 WEEKS THANK YOU, BOB WEBSTER, INDIAN RIVER SIGNS APPROVED: DATE: ISLAND SMOOTHIE CAFE 5240 95T" Street, Sebastian, FL 32958 772.766.3866 Fax: 772.589.4398 indianriversigns bellsouth.net Skyline Design 920 US Highway #1 Suite F Sebastian, FL 32958 Island Smoothie Cafe P.O. Terms Full Color Printed Sign Board 5x8 Sign Framing Custom Carved Posts Stone Base Artwork Design Engineering Fees Approval Skyline Design rfsimonson @gmail.com 772 388 -6180 Fax 1- 888 -864 -4819 Due Date 11/9/2009 Other 2 1; 4 1 5 1! Estimate Date 11/9/2009 Estimate 92 850.00 150.00 150.00 500.00 40.00 500.00 Subtotal $3,650.00 Sales Tax (7.0 $255.50 1 Total $3,905.50 1,700.00T1 150.00T 600.00T 500.00T 200.00T 500.00T 11 -13 -2009 12 :35PM FROM SIGNS BY TOMORROW 772 770 4244 Estimated Time Quantity 1 4 Description Sales Rep. Steve 5'x8' Panel w/ dimensional lettering and pelican Routed tiki posts Custom Stone Base installation To Accept This Estimate Please Sign. Date Return w �IG:ris SIGNS GRAPHICS NATIONWIDE 3300 43rd Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32960 Phone: 772.567.3000 Fax: 772.770.4244 Email: sbtvero@aol.com Island Smoothie Cafe Attn: Lorenzo Altamura File Name Ship Via Terms Please note: This is only an estimate. Due to possible unforeseen circumstances prices and labor may vary. There is a 50% deposit required on all orders and balance is due upon receipt. Unit Price $8000.00 $200.00 $1000.00 $720.00 Total Tax Total Tax ID 11..13,09 P. 2 Total Price $$000.00 $800.00 l 000.00 $720.00 $10,520.00 $736.40 $11,256.40 t 2 ::34F'M F RUM SIGNS BY TOMORROW 772 770 4244 TO: Lorenzo Altamura COMPANY: Island Smoothie Cafe FROM; Steve Costner DATE: 11/13/09 COMMENTS: Hi Lorenzo, Thanks, Steve NUMBER OF PAGES INCLUDING COVER, 2 WE ACCEPT P. 1 s SIGNS LETTERING IN 1 DAVI' 3300 43rd Ave-- Suite 6 Vero Beech. FL 32960 P 772.567.3000 F 772.770.4244 Here is the quote for a single sided dimensional panel with dimensional posts and stone base. If you need anything else, please let me know. PAYMENT IS DUE UPON PICK-UP OF SIGNS AND BANNERS. 5O% DEPOSIT IS REQUIRED ON ALL ORDERS. PLEASE NOTE ANY CHANGES MADE ASR APPROVAL WILL BE AT THE EXPENSE OF THE CUSTOMER. Subject: Business Analyst Position Ap roved f• r Submittal by: Agenda No. Department Origi City Attorney: i Maria r 1./1 f City Clerk: ar' Date Submitted: 9 APR 10 Al Mi► er, ity Manager Exhibits: EXPENDITURE REQUIRED: $0 At This Time AMOUNT BUDGETED: N/A APPROPRIATION REQUIRED: N/A smog SLBTIAN HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND CRA AGENDA TRANSMITTAL SUMMARY As part of the City's economic development efforts, Joe Griffin and Mayor Gillmor have continued conversation with Indian River State College in reference to business out reach and development. Business out reach and development is a concept IRSC rates very highly. In concept form, Jan Pagano (IRSC) has discussed some hurdles IRSC has had with business out reach in north Indian River County, which center around funding and facility. To achieve such a partnership, the Mayor is seeking Council input on a partnership between IRSC and the CRA whereby a location can be establish for a Certified Business Analyst to be located on specified days in the Yacht Club facility. In addition, a funding amount of $20,000 is sought to help finance the cost of salary. The purpose of the Business Analyst would be to provide assistance on financing, banking, cash management and other issues associated with small business startup /management. RECOMMENDED ACTION This item is placed for discussion and action as directed by the CRA.