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04282010CRA Agenda1. CALL TO ORDER 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 3. ROLL CALL 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES 1 -4 A. March 22, 2010 Meeting 5-13 B. April 7, 2010 Workshop 15 -18 C. April 14, 2010 Meeting 5. NEW BUSINESS 6. ADJOURN CITY OF HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) (CITY COUNCIL) AGENDA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 2010 6:00 PM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1225 MAIN ST, SEBASTIAN, FL A. Facade, Sign and Landscape Design Grant Awards (GMD Transmittal, Sign Designs, 19 -20 Applications) 21 -31 i. Southern Sisters Cafe Reimburse 80% for Sign Project Costs Not to Exceed $7,500 33 -48 ii. Maxwell Plumbing Reimburse 80% for Sign, Fence and Landscaping Project Costs Not to Exceed $15,000 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. COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) (CITY COUNCIL) MINUTES MONDAY, MARCH 22, 2010 5:00 PM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1225 MAIN ST, SEBASTIAN, FL Continuation of March 10, 2010 CRA Meeting 1. Mayor Gillmor called the CRA meeting to order at 5:00 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 Cfry OF HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND Staff Present: City Manager, Al Minner City Attorney, Robert Ginsburg Deputy City Clerk, Jeanette Williams Growth Management Director, Rebecca Grohall MIS Systems Analyst, Rob Messersmith UNFINISHED BUSINESS FROM 3/10/10 pko A. Council Deliberation and Action on Stan Mayfield Working Waterfront Dabrowski Purchase (City Manager Transmittal, 3/10/10 Draft Minutes, Backup from 3/10/10 Meeting, Agreement) MOTION by Mayor Gillmor and SECOND by Mr. Wright to take the motion from the table that Council discussed at the last CRA meeting. Ms. Coy asked for that motion to be repeated. Mayor Gillmor stated the motion was to approve chart number two on circle page 13 and instruct the City Manager to negotiate with the trust at the $571,000 number. Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting March 22, 2010 Page Two Mr. Hill clarified that they are not voting on that motion. The City Attorney confirmed the motion is procedural to remove the motion from the table. Result of the roll call: AYES: Hill, Coy, Wolff, Wright, Gillmor NAYS: None Motion carried to remove the motion from the table. Mr. Wright said there are certain facts they have been made aware of including the appraisals which he studied and made some notes which he distributed. (See Attached) He said if you invest with a bank right now, you are lucky to get 2% and there is a substantial argument for the value of the lease and he felt the price of $750,000 is a reasonable amount to pay. Ms. Coy said she too was willing to pay a higher purchase price because the highest best use is commercial. She noted it took a long time to get the trustee to come to the $750,000 number. Mayor Gillmor said the project will have to net $4,000 a month just to cover the note, he couldn't find it in his background to spend 50% over valuation for the property, he said to let negotiation take its course and asked the City Manager if every dollar over $571,000 will be coming out of the City's coffers. The City Manager confirmed it would be coming out of the CRA monies. Mayor Gillmor said they should at least try to get the property at $571,000. Mr. Hill said he was willing to go above appraised value looking to the intrinsic value noting the City could have had the property where the Hess gas station is located. He said the CRA has the opportunity to acquire $3 M in riverfront property, forever giving taxpayers that property for $750,000 with 85% coming from the state. He said this was a good deal for the citizens that can't be taken away. Mr. Wolff said unless you can substantiate for yourself that the previous appraisal was done as commercial, you cannot take that to be correct as appraisals are always for the highest and best use. He said the proposal in front of legislators to have tax assessors to use the current use is because there is no business for commercial waterfront right now. He said he didn't understand 10% return rate on the investment of $750,000 if you receive a $20,000 return. Mr. Wright said he wasn't addressing the purchase price, but the return valuation of what you have to invest to get a certain rate of return. He said it is based on what $20,000 income is worth to you and what you would be willing to put out to get that. Mr. Wolff said it is difficult to pay more than the appraised value in this current market. 2 Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting March 22, 2010 Page Three 5. PUBLIC INPUT Mayor Gillmor said he didn't think anyone would like to see condominiums and noted .38 of an acre will only fit two units with not enough parking. He said it is still tax money and the Board has a fiduciary responsibility not to pay more than it's worth. Mr. Wolff said if this was his own money, he would want a sounding to understand the level of water. The City Manager said a depth study has not been done on the Dabrowski dock, but there are boats that go in and out of there everyday. He also said Hurricane Harbor parcel is not deep enough and will probably not be permitted as a commercial waterfront. Mr. Wolff asked the City Manager to explain why the Archie Smith parcel cannot function after the hurricanes. The City Manager said he did not have that answer, but to protect the City in the future, the lease will say Fishermen's Landing is responsible for maintaining the channel's depth. Ms. Coy explained that the Archie Smith parcel was tied to Capt. Butcher's, whose owner was holding out for $300,000 more from the County and who is still sitting with unsold property; and over the years the hurricanes filled in the channels. Ms. Coy asked the Growth Management Director if the City received copies of the trust's appraisal. The Growth Management Director said the trust didn't release it. Mr. Wright asked if the Dept. of Community Affairs is holding the trustee's appraisal. The City Manager said he received the state's appraisal late, and clarified for the record that the trust has not shared their appraised number but their counter offer started out at $1.3 M. i AFT Result of the roll call: AYES: Wolff, Gillmor NAYS: Coy, Wright, Hill Motion failed to have the City Manager to negotiate with the trustee at $571,000 MOTION by Mr. Hill and SECOND by Mr. Wright to offer $750,000 for the Dabrowski property per the option agreement signed by the Dabrowski trustees. Keith Clark, resident since 1980, said offering $750,000 makes comps in the neighborhood increase and gives economic stimulus. Chuck Mechling, Collier Club, said appraisals are based on current comps and securing waterfront property is always a solid investment. 3 Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting March 22, 2010 Page Four ATTEST: Result of the roll call: AYES: Wright, Hill, Coy NAYS: Wolff, Gillmor Motion carried to have the City Manager offer $750,000 to the Dabrowski trustee. 6. Being no further business, Mayor Gillmor adjourned the CRA meeting at 5:45 p.m. Approved at the CRA meeting. Richard H. Gillmor, Mayor Sally A. Maio, MMC City Clerk 4 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 Clerk, Sally Maio Records Program Manager, Donna Cyr Airport Director, Joe Griffin Finance Director, Ken Killgore cI1YOF SE HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) (CITY COUNCIL) WORKSHOP AGENDA WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 2010 5:30 PM CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS 1225 MAIN ST, SEBASTIAN, FL 1. Mayor Gillmor called the Workshop to order at 5:35 p.m. 2. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited. 3. Roll CaII 4. Review Community Redevelopment Master Plan (CRA Master Plan, Riverfront Charrette) Mayor Gillmor asked for consensus that Council members take five minutes and give input on the Community Redevelopment Master Plan (CRMP) and then allow public input on the plan; then as we proceed through the rest of the agenda we can allow public input as it is indicated on the agenda. Mr. Wright said he would like to come back to the Community Redevelopment Master Plan after the first round of public input for Council comments. There were no objections. Mr. Wright said he had spent time reviewing the CRMP, Charrette, the annual budget and CIP plan and prior projects. He noted that page 43 of the CRMP requires updates on a regular basis every three to five years using a standard updating process, noting that though adopted in 2003 this is the first time he had seen it before CRA for review based upon current trends and where we are today. He said we have accumulated a substantial amount of money in the district and wanted to be sure as we spend that money we get it right and hear what people have to say. He listed items important to him as follows: vessel mooring project, use of City docks, Cavcorp project though not as presented last time, utilities, gateway treatments (which he noted were addressed in 2001 and 2003), placement of the clock, landscaping, bump- outs and speed limit on US 1, the entire area south of the splash pad, parking areas on streets north of park, and the area from the Archie Smith fish house west to US 1. He said we need to prioritize and decide how and where we will spend the money and 441. Co CRA Workshop April 7, 2010 Page Two whether we can do that without a more extensive process and analysis. Mr. Hill agreed with a lot of this, noting the estimated capital projects would cost in the area of $5M and we need to get it right before we spend all that money. He said he recalled the master planning process and said they had done it right, but he agreed it should be reviewed because times change, noting economic development was different in 2003 than it is today and there may different people here. He said a lot of what Mr. Wright says should be in the plan, and it has become clear to him there should be more public meetings on this document, and noted the plan did not include the Working Waterfront. He suggested before Council talks about spending millions of dollars it should receive much more public input with the assistance of an outside facilitator, stating we should spend a little bit of money before we spend a lot of money the wrong way. Ms. Coy said she was unsure how much of the plan needs to be revised, and said Council had done a very good job following the CRMP, did not know how long and drawn out the review process needs to be but before we spend millions, it needs to be done properly. She said she would consider a facilitator, noting the Charrette process was long and quite expensive. She said the Community Redevelopment Agency Committee could not decide on anything because of its size and she did not want to go way down deep, but have a professional come in and talk to the community including businesses and the residents. She asked Council to consider asking Indian River County to turn the Archie Smith fish house property over to the City along with the remaining Land Acquisition funds to allow the City to clean it up and make it part of the Working Waterfront project. She agreed that the plan is due for an update. Mr. Wolff said this was the first time he had read through the CRMP and it struck him that there needs to be a very close relationship between the market and the government, because if government is the sole initiator of the projects it will never resemble what is in the CRMP. He said the plan is a work of fiction, citing it's anticipated data for 2010 such as median household income at $75,000, need for 600 -700 new residences annually, developing heavier density residential along the railroad tracks with water views, etc. He said we have to realize this is not a gold measure to develop our town by but there are some nice ideas, and instead we need to focus on what we can afford to do, such as the items that Mr. Wright read. He said he was worried about the Archie Smith house, but thought it would have been the logical start of the Working Waterfront project in the beginning. He said the Charrettes are nice but are just a starting point and not based in reality. He agreed it is important to hear what the public has to say. Mayor Gillmor agreed the plan is to a certain extent a work of fiction and someone's vision for Sebastian, and was based on facts they had when it was done. He said in reading over Vision of Sebastian for the Future done in the 90's, the same things written back then hold true for today and we have much the same core values, but in looking at the Charrette it is obvious the City can't be putting up these buildings shown in the conceptual drawings and it has to be a public /private partnership. He said he guessed it was possible for the City to look like what was in the Charrette, but we'd need massive amounts of capital flowing into town. He said the process we need to go through is we need to itemize what we can do and come up with a laundry list, and the folks who pay into the CRA fund should have an oar in the water as to how the money is spent, because it is their tax money and those people in the district have to give input and vision of what is important. He said we could bond out for money to fund all the projects but it 2 CRA Workshop April 7, 2010 Page Three would be twenty years to pay it off and not prudent at this time. He said some projects such as landscaping and bump -outs are pretty cheap right now and we could give the town a decent facelift without spending too much money. Mayor Gillmor then opened the floor for public input. s Ms. Coy asked to make an additional comment first. She said while it is important that CRA folks have major input on the plan, she pointed out that the City does lots of projects that benefit everyone, and that no input is more important than another and we all count. Mr. Hill said this discussion shows Council pretty much agrees, stating again we need to prioritize the projects and then take public input in subsequent meetings on whatever projects Council agrees upon. He said numbers cited in the plan were based on different economic times from 2003, which in itself shows a need for update. Lisanne Monier, Sebastian, said she was a part of the process in 2003 and the reason it took so long is because there was so much involvement and input, but things have dramatically changed and it does need updating, citing the importance of the Working Waterfront project. She said the City is dying in an economic sense and businesses are folding and citizens are hurting. She urged Council not to get caught up in a bureaucratic planning process. She cited page 31 of the plan which provides that creating a district will create a viable sense of place for the residents of Sebastian, noting that City residents hold Sebastian dear to their hearts, they want to be a small town with a qualify of life. She said that is why it is important, with x amount of dollars, to start prioritizing the biggest impact and things we can do immediately and make a difference and entice businesses. She agreed the plan needed upgrading but urged them to come up with viable options we can start on in the near future. Ruth Sullivan, Sebastian, spoke on the proposed Cavcorp project, noting this is the fourth time there has been a proposal to close Sebastian Boulevard adjacent to Riverview Park and the people have always said it is a bad idea. She said closing the road would reduce parking, the clock would be displaced, driveways would be closed, ramps will be backed up and access for Indian River Drive residents to US 1 south would be eliminated. Adrina Davis, Sebastian, asked what the anticipated cost was. Mr. Hill advised that this meeting is not about Cavcorp specifically or the closing of Sebastian Boulevard. He said long before a shovel hits the ground on any project there will be more meetings. He said again we need to first prioritize projects with the assistance of a facilitator and then we can proceed to hold public meetings on specific projects. Mr. Wright noted he had been advised by the Finance Director there is $600,000 in uncommitted CRA funds. Mr. Davis asked what we will pay for a facilitator. Ms. Coy responded to him that this is unknown at this time, that Council is not yet sure who would be best to do this. She said she would not be opposed to a facilitator as long as business and residents were brought in. She also said she did not want to close Sebastian Boulevard either and advised hi Council was switching gears to prioritize projects first. 3 CRA Workshop April 7, 2010 Page Four Sal Neglia, Sebastian said he thought obtaining the Archie Smith fish house was a bad idea, due to unknown costs to fix it up which the County should have done already and because they are hedging on cutting CRA funding. Louise Kautenberg, Sebastian, said the Community Redevelopment Committee did not work because there were 15 members and the membership changed by 1/3 after every election. She described the "area of disinvestment" concept, whereby people start to think along the lines of "if you don't clean up your property, I won't clean up mine She advised Council she had tripped on a US 1 sidewalk where a hole had been left open after the electric company had moved a pole months ago. She said nobody cares, that businesses are working hard to make ends meet and that we as a City need to work in concert with them to make sure we are not on a downward spiral. She suggested a parks master plan with an overlay and said there is no atmosphere on US 1 except that provided by a smattering of businesses here and there. Damien Gilliams, Sebastian, said he was part of the Community Redevelopment Committee and he would like to think 12 -15 people could get along. He said from day one he saw the CRMP ball was dropped and the money in the accounts was used for special projects for special people, said special events is not development, that we need something at our entrances that says "welcome to the district money has been poorly invested, roads and sidewalks should be number one and landscaping number two, stating Indian River Drive north and south should have entrances to give the impression that you are there, said Mr. Wright was correct that we had failed on mooring, and that people are fighting at ramps. He said the Archie Smith fish house is a disgrace and asked where is the leadership. In response to Mr. Gilliams, the City Manager said two years ago the Council decided to transfer funds from CRA to the general fund to cover maintenance costs. Mr. Gilliams continued urging Council to fix up the necessities, that we are not ready to invite people to the community if people are tripping on sidewalks, get rid of special deals, and to think of the district as a subdivision. Chuck Mechling, Collier Club, Sebastian, said there is a lot of credibility in what Mr. Gilliams says, suggested it was time to bring in a professional to update the plan, cited his time on the Riverfront Committee many years ago, said hardscape and landscape work can be done at a minimum amount of money and that there are a lot of good professionals out there who can be part of a new Charrette and could stretch a dollar and get others involved. He said it has to be a joint venture between government and private industry, citing his work with Indian River County at Pointe West which brings the community out to events and said funding from CRA for Riverview Park events is appropriate. He said Sebastian has the river district that no one else in Indian River County has and Archie Smith could be a great thing at the north end. He said this could be a great start to a visioning process and suggested getting the Regional Planning Council to send someone up at a zero or minimal expense to facilitate. Mr. Wright said he also studied the Riverfront Charrette and cited item 4 of 8 items listed on page 1, "celebration of public entrances to the City' and said he heard a lot about that tonight and said there should be such entrances on Indian River Drive and US 1 north and south and on CR 512. He said we've talked about the DOT studying the speeds on US 1, and about plans for bump -outs and landscaping. He said we will not 4 CRA Workshop April 7, 2010 Page Five realize our vision until we deal with those five gateway entrances and that should be our highest priority. He said we want people to come to Sebastian and say "this is really nice" and want to shop, eat and walk the park and that would be his highest priority, not closing 512 because that project does not have high visibility as you drive through. He suggested wrapping together the gateways with Archie Smith at the north end to US 1 with the improvements to US 1 to slow down traffic and be safer. He said bicycle lanes on US 1 are not safe, and would rather see them on Indian River Drive. He said we need a vision and to present ourselves well to the public, and agreed while a lot had been accomplished we've missed the visible vision. He said the paperwork show us pictures of how to improve our appearance. Mr. Hill agreed and said the triangle area plans on 512 and the 512 overlay district show a tremendous amount of landscaping, said he puts a lot of stock in these fictional documents and if they are current they will be beneficial in the future. He said we can get this process done in a month or two, bring in input and then go forward and prioritize. He described the process used during the Charrette when the community came together to envision the City and created the documents. Mayor Gillmor suggested we look to Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council, maybe they can look at the plan and update it. He exhibited a drawing of US 1 showing how landscaped bump -outs and simple striping could delineate parking spaces on US 1 which are confusing to people today and could be done for very little expense. He said he wanted to move forward with a vision because people in the district are dying and he is all for getting professionals in but moving forward with getting speed limit down and getting help for the businesses without waiting for the grand plan. He said he hoped we can agree we don't have to wait six months. Ms. Coy said US 1 is not ours, and we have to get permission from FDOT. Mr. Wright cited the letter from FDOT regarding their speed study and willingness to consider a slower speed if there was a plan for bump -outs. Ms. Coy said that letter does not give us carte blanche to proceed. Mayor Gillmor said it doesn't get done until it gets started. Mr. Hill agreed we have to have numbers first. Ms. Coy said we have to come up with a plan for US 1 as well as Indian River Drive and CR 512, it will not be instantaneous and needs to be discussed. Mr. Hill said he agreed with bump -outs and Council can direct the City Manager to come back with real numbers for all these things and some we can do sooner than others. He said we have to get the number and then go through the process. Mr. Wolff said he has heard from the public the importance of entrances. He said US 1 is what it is, it runs the east coast of Florida and people won't flock here for it, but it would be beneficial to dress up US 1. He said we have to find an enforceable speed limit that doesn't pit the citizens against the Police Department, noting we were known as a speed trap. He said if you drive Indian River Drive there is a vibe there and that is why people come to Sebastian and understands people want to incorporate US 1 into that, but investing in US 1 has to have a payback. He said the vibe on Indian River Drive can be extended to the Archie Smith fish house and to Riverview Park and that will ring cash registers. He said he always felt we should have incorporated the marina next to the Yacht Club into the riverfront and Archie Smith as the Working Waterfront. He said w CRA Workshop April 7, 2010 Page Six have done a lot to Cavcorp and only need to clean it up, and address parking for the Yacht Club boat ramp. He said we have $600,000 so let's get the most bang for the buck and that will have the most impact and Mr. Hill is correct, it doesn't have to take so long. He agreed the CRMP needs to be updated, appreciated the people who came but said he wished all the seats were filled. Mr. Hill said probably fifty people were involved in the creation of the Charrette and were from every sector of the community. He said we must do advertising and it would be up to the facilitator to bring the public in. He said TCRPC and Florida League of Cities have opportunities for this. Mr. Wolff suggested working with the Chamber to have them bring their members out to meetings. Mr. Wright said a professional facilitator would be good at advance publicity and making everyone aware. He said he'd like to see the plan updated but wondered if we can start with the concept of the gateways and US 1 at the same time, noting it is going to require architectural plans and designs, and though it may be two separate issues could we do them at the same time. The City Manager said today marks a change in our planning, citing page 43 (C), noting we do have updated data but have been weak in long term revisits. He explained why the proposed triangle gateway project was not completed. He said he sees direction to staff tonight as: 1) hold off on long term big projects; 2) get Joe Schulke to expedite the bump -out concept; 3) get with Frank Watanabe of Neel- Schaffer under their continuing engineering services contract to get gateway concepts for a cost of approximately $2000 and then bring a gateway and bump -out concept in one month to a CRA Meeting. He said US 1 is going to be tough because we don't control it and any designs have to be within FDOT bluebook standards. He said he can contact Greg Viday at Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council about a facilitator and report back to Council. He said during May through June CIP Planning we can look at big ticket items. Mayor Gillmor said this makes sense, there are things we can jump on right away to fix up the curb appeal of US 1 and approaches to the district. Mr. Hill said we don't know the cost of a facilitator, but a couple thousand dollars out of the CRA is well spent, and the potential is to do both things simultaneously. The City Manager responded it is important on the gateway to spend some bucks on concepts. Mr. Hill said this goes back to "can you plan something without having the input and said he is looking for input from the public and the public will provide us with the information to give to the engineers, because if the engineers go forward with a plan like they did for Cavcorp, they can come back with a plan that is inadequate to what is in the minds of the people. 6 CRA Workshop April 7, 2010 Page Seven Mr. Wolff added that we have to consider how all of this will be maintained with the City staff. Chuck Mechling said it is important to move this forward, but people are frustrated and suggested the City bring in a variety of firms to come in and conduct presentations on what they do workwise, suggesting use of hardscape features with softening landscape and then they can work toward a vision with input, and in the end we can pick the design that works for everyone. Ms. Coy said this is difficult for her because for the past year, Council has been focused on helping the business community which is struggling terribly and we want to have quick fixes, but for every business struggling there are 100 residents out there struggling and we have to be very frugal with our dollars. She said we have to get professionals in here and do it once and not twenty times. She said she is frustrated because all of the emphasis is on business and there are finite resources in the CRA. Lisanne Monier said she was frustrated because her perception of this CRA meeting was to take public input on prioritizing projects in the Riverfront and Council wonders why business people don't come in. She said she had the FDOT e-mail from August 5, 2009 and had approval for a conceptual bump -out, cited public safety and public perception of fear for US 1, said she invested in the City eleven years ago because she was promised there would be a CRA District. She said on bigger capital projects we need to update the plan but we need to do things now because all businesses are in dire need. She said she is going to proceed with FDOT, and is closing her business as it stands next month. She suggested setting another meeting where we can all sit and really prioritize. Mr. Hill said he appreciated her comments but the fact of the matter is that we told the City Manager to go forward not even a year ago with the CIP and get those roads paved and a couple of weeks ago he brought us plans for Cavcorp which was the next priority and budgeted for next year and we said we are not sure this is our priority. He said he agrees we should take a breath, take a couple months and give the City Manager real direction on how these funds are going to be spent. He said we need to prioritize and get the input and the public will wrap their arms around the project. Mr. Wolff said suddenly the bump -outs appeared and asked someone to show him the history of that. Mr. Hill said bump -outs have been discussed for years and this Council directed our staff to do something. Mayor Gillmor said at the CRA meeting in November 2009, Ms. Monier talked about bump outs, this is not new and noted there are bump -outs on US 1 north of Main Street and it is not rocket science or a major expense. He said at that meeting the City Manager said he could have Mr. Schulke look at bump -outs in conjunction with the Cavcorp design when Council approved Cavcorp in the CIP budget they approved $750,000 and now it is $1 M plus but a lot of that was for closing the street. The City Manager concurred. Mr. Wright said he heard a couple of ideas; bringing in firms and having them bring back plans as the basis for a meeting, said he did not see why we couldn't do limited work on US 1 at the same time with striping and bump -outs. He said this would not have any conflict with the overall process. CRA Workshop April 7, 2010 Page Eight Mr. Hill said the process for the bump -outs is already underway and said to Ms. Monier that we are not stopping or starting any thing tonight and when they get a number they can make a more educated decision. The City Manager he had been directed by Council to do a concept of Cavcorp and in looking at the old Neel- Schaffer design with the reflecting pool and it was stated it looked awful but maybe with the closing of Sebastian not a bad idea and at the same meeting the bump -outs came up and he said he would get with Schulke and have him roll that into the project. He said Schulke would not roll that into the project without more money so under his spending authority he approved an additional $2,000 to Schulke to include bump -outs. He said we can get a concept on bump -outs rather quickly, and on the gateways we can bring a reinvigorated concept. He further explained governmental agencies are limited by the Contractors Competitive Negotiations Act of Florida Statutes in bringing engineering firms and that is why he is suggesting going to the people the City has on retainer. Mr. Wolff asked if he was not interested in having the competitiveness and transparency that Mr. Mechling was discussing. The City Manager said he was not saying that at all and reiterated that the CCNA does not allow you to procure based on price, you cannot talk to an engineer about cost and only based on experience in the public sector. He said let's spend a couple thousand bucks and get happy with a plan, then decide kind of what it's going to cost, and then figure out how much cost to design and build it. Chuck Mechling said he thought it best to open up the process and bring in several firms to make presentations, which could be scheduled in two weeks and said it is not a price thing but a vision thing. The City Manager said you can go back and look through City files and you are going to get the same thing from every firm, their pamphlet with their cover, and what they have done with other communities, and this is why we work with the same engineers so they can speed up the process to get concepts and not spend a lot of money. Mr. Mechling said he had an issue saddling up to one firm when he doesn't know what the cost will be, and it works best when there is transparency, they come and make a presentation, and then you move forward with the product. He said people don't support projects because they don't feel they are part of the transparency of where the project is going. Louise Kautenberg said she was here when we first bought the Cavcorp property and we turned a grass parking lot into a grass parking lot, that it is okay to change things out every once in a while, that every month the same people show up for these meetings and Council should listen to them because people who don't show up are the people who don't care. Ruth Sullivan said many years ago the City put together 35 people to create a Vision for Sebastian which is still on file in the Clerks office and it contains what people still want for Sebastian, said those in the audience are concerned, and urged them to do the bump outs, said people are hurting. Mayor Gillmor said the projections in the CRA did not happen but at some point in time in the future the district will throw off $10 plus M, and we need to look at projects as a continuing resource, and the idea is we sit on the board and we are channeling this 8 ATTEST CRA Workshop April 7, 2010 Page Nine Richard H. Gillmor, Mayor Sally A. Maio, MMC City Clerk money to develop our downtown area, and the revenues will increase each year, and we need to decide what is the biggest bang for our buck. He said for large projects we need to take time but for the smaller items, not a big deal. Ms. Coy said she would still like to see costs for the total bump -out projects including landscaping, and drainage, so let's see. Mr. Hill cited the Schumann Drive project was a good example, the decision was not to install irrigation and then the landscaping failed and then the irrigation had to be put in so we want to do this right, everyone needs to wrap their arms around it. Ms. Coy cited all the meetings that were held on Main Street which received lots of input. Mr. Gilliams said Main Street looks nice but doesn't benefit all the businesses. He recommended buying thousands of palm trees and lining the streets with them, address parking in the district, and said this is about redevelopment in the business community. Mr. Wolff said Schumann median is in sore need of landscaping again and it wouldn't be bad idea if we buy trees in bulk. Mayor Gillmor said he had been after the County to put palm trees in 512 for a long time and it has been difficult based on their rules for drainage because without curbs you have to go 18 feet in which puts you in the swale. Mr. Hill said government runs slow but there are processes we have to follow, but with proper planning we can get there. The remainder of items were not addressed and Mayor Gillmor adjourned the workshop at 8:04 pm. 5. City Manager Review Operating and Capital Expenses (City Manager Transmittal) A. Operating Expenses Review General Expenses ii. Business Analyst Position Special Events iv. General Fund Transfers B. Capital Expenses Underground Electric Utilities ii. Underground Stormwater Indian River Drive US 1 Improvements Landscaping and Bump Outs iv. CavCorp v. Continuation of FSL Program 6. Public Input 7. CRA Board Discussion Approved at the CRA meeting. 9 1 -4 A. 3/24/10 Meeting 5. NEW BUSINESS O sE sI N HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (CRA) (CITY COUNCIL) MINUTES WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 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 Airport Director, Joseph Griffin Finance Director, Ken Killgore Growth Management Director, Rebecca Grohall MIS Senior Systems Analyst, Barbara Brooke -Reese 4. APPROVAL OF MINUTES MOTION by Mr. Hill and SECOND by Ms. Coy to approve the March 24, 2010 minutes passed with a unanimous voice vote. 5 -32 A. Facade, Sign and Landscape Grant Award 80% of Protect Costs to Island Smoothies Cafe Not to Exceed $7,500 for Sign as Specified (GMD Transmittal, Sign Designs) The Growth Management Director said the Grant Review Committee worked with the applicant to design a sign smaller in height and width with a reader board as specified on circle page 8. She said a member from the Committee is present for any questions. Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting April 14, 2010 Page Two MOTION by Mr. Hill and SECOND by Ms. Coy to approve a grant reimbursement of 80% of project costs not to exceed $7,500 for Island Smoothie Cafe sign. Result of the roll call: AYES: All NAYS: None Motion carried 33 B. Consider Funding Indian River State College Business Analyst Position with CRA Funds (City Manager Transmittal) The City Manager said this was a request to consider a business analyst position in conjunction with the Indian River State College. Mayor Gillmor said he was approached by Dean Jan Pagano at the recent Economic Summit, with the concept of promoting businesses in Sebastian, with an expense to base a person in the CRA District which would be $15,000 for 20 hours per week, and $22, 000 for 30 hours per week. He explained the resource person could connect with small business people by going out and talking to the business people, and forge relationships. He said in any economic downturn it is a great birthing time for small businesses, and they need all the help they can get. Donna Rivett, Dean, Industrial Education, Indian River State College (IRSC), said her office is the Small Business Development Center for the four counties and the position would be a part-time business analyst who is certified, well- trained and will network to become part of business community. Ms. Coy asked how long the program has been in place in Stuart, Florida. Ms. Rivett said an analyst has been with the IRSC Small Business Development Center at an office in Stuart for about a year and prior to that (through an agreement with the Florida Atlantic University) he was at a location that covered the area. She said the Martin County analyst is working closely with the Business Development Board and the chambers assisting about 30% clientele of Martin County. Ms. Coy asked how the analyst position was funded and what benefits the City of Stuart received. Ms. Rivett said part of the position was funded by the City of Stuart and part through grants that come through the Small Business Development Center. Ms. Coy said her concern is helping business owners outside the CRA district with CRA dollars and asked who those businesses could receive help from. Ms. Rivett responded there is an another analyst located one day a week at the Richardson Center, two days in St. Lucie County, and one day in Okeechobee funded through a state grant. Ms. Coy suggested tying into one of those locations and pointed out those, locations are receiving the service without the expense. Mayor Gillmor said one day per week would not help that much and questioned how the business owners would know when the analyst was available. Ms. Coy said the businesses outside the CRA are also important. 2 Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting April 14, 2010 Page Three Mr. Hill asked the City Attorney if there was a legal problem using CRA funds to help a business from C.R.512. The City Attorney said it was not a problem if one of the major focuses is the analyst will have an office in CRA district and the emphasis is going to be on CRA businesses and the fact that there are ancillary benefits will be okay. Ms. Coy said she didn't see why they needed an intermediary if they can refer people to the service, then asked who they hired and their credentials for the Stuart location. Ms. Rivett said to work in the Small Business Development Center, the credentials are that you have to have a BA degree or higher in business, in most cases many have had their own businesses, and they must go through a rigorous training program. She said Nanyail Smoke covers one day per week at the Richardson Center and one of the problems with people in the north county is they have to take the day off to visit her. She said Ms. Smoke sees six individuals a day by appointment and lives in north Ft. Pierce, and she would like to hire someone from Sebastian for the north county. Ms. Coy asked why we are sending money to IRSC and not funding a position ourselves to have ultimate authority over the position. Mayor Gillmor said the City would be on a contract basis with the college. Ms. Rivett added that according to state regulations, if a person is going to be working as a small business analyst they must be an employee of a Small Business Development Center. Ms. Coy said she needed assurances that the person would be assisting business operations in the CRA district. Mr. Hill said they should be a little broader than that because businesses outside of the county could employ Sebastian residents. Ms. Coy agreed but she would be far more comfortable funding the position with using general funds. Mr. Hill respectfully disagreed and said this is a fine use of CRA funds and suggested a quarterly report to gauge the services. Mayor Gillmor suggested talking Fellsmere into participating with their CRA for 10 hours per week. MOTION by Mayor Gillmor and SECOND by Mr. Hill to instruct the City Manager to bring a contract back to the Board for services; providing someone from Sebastian is hired to fill the position. Mr. Wright asked what the population is in Martin County and if the success of the program is measured by how many people signed up for classes at the college. Ms. Rivett said she did know the population but the Small Business Development Centers are hooked up with higher education institutions to provide access to faculty so they are not recruiting for the college. She said the State has an extensive data system requiring input on each client to track them, if they have received loans and it issues quarterly reports. Mr. Wright said this program is not coming from a demand from people in the CRA district and although he was comfortable with how this has come about; he did not feel it was difficult for people in Sebastian to go to Ft. Pierce to use their services. He also said the City should be frugal about establishing a new program with an employee implying that the position could be short term, medium or long term; and there are free parallel programs 3 Community Redevelopment Agency Meeting April 14, 2010 Page Four Richard H. Gillmor, Mayor ATTEST: that businesses could take advantage of and the bottom line for the CRA businesses is that they need more customers, not business plans. He said at their recent workshop they discussed redoing the CRA master plan at $15,000 to $100,000 and to pay for a new position did not make sense to him. Mr. Wolff said using the issuance of a loan as a metric in evaluating the program may not be a sign of success as money is not freely available right now. He asked what other metrics were in place to evaluate the efficiency of the program. Ms. Rivett said they look at the business' sales, jobs created, jobs retained, successes that can be reported to the State such as renovations or relocating to a larger facility. She said the amount of time actually spent with a client over a period of time is looked at by the federal Small Business Administration which is called economic gardening. Mr. Wolff said he was reluctant to support the creation of a position financed with CRA or City money until they go through the budget as they may have to reduce staff which would reflect poorly if they created a new position. He said he would like to consider this after the budget process. Mayor Gillmor asked him which budget process. Mr. Wolff said the general budget process, after they see that positions are secure. Mayor Gillmor said that is why he was looking at CRA funds to give a grant to the College as they would handle the bookkeeping. Result of the roll call vote: AYES: Hill, Gillmor NAYS: Coy, Wolff, Wright Motion failed 2 -3 Approved at the April 28, 2010 CRA meeting. Sally A. Maio, MMC City Clerk DR The City Manager reported that Joe Schulke will have designs for the bumpouts and landscaping in about a month; Frank Watanabe, Engineer with Neel Schaffer will start working on gateway concepts and wants to meet with each of them for input; and he has contacted the TCRPC to facilitate the review the CRA master plan but they are busy so he is contacting the Florida Redevelopment Association which may be able to facilitate the review for just cost. 6. Being no further business, Mayor Gillmor adjourned the CRA meeting at 6:13 p.m. 4 Subject: Approve Facade, Sign and Landscaping grant for Southern Sisters Cafe; and Approve Facade, Sign and Landscaping grant for Maxwell Plumbing Ap ro d for Submittal by: 1 If ,1/ Agenda No. Departme Origin: Finance: GM City Attorney: City Clerk: Date Submitted: For: April 28 April 21, 2010 2010 CRA meeting Al '.r er, City Manager Exhibits: Recommended sign designs; Applications for Southern Sisters Cafe and Maxwell Plumbing. EXPENDITURE REQUIRED: $22,500 AMOUNT BUDGETED: $30,000 FY 2010 APPROPRIATION REQUIRED: $0 HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND AGENDA TRANSMITTAL 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 FSL 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. On April 14, 2010, the City approved a grant for Island Smoothie Cafe for new monument signage and at that time but the two other grantees were still finalizing their designs. However, the two outstanding grantees have finalized their designs, have received approval for the FSL Review Committee and are ready for final approval by the CRA Board. The FSL Review Committee met in March and has approved grant for Southern Sisters Cafe for a monument and facade (signage mounted to the front of the building) as shown on the 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 Southem Sisters $7,500 Maxwell Plumbling $15,000 $150,000 $107,581 attachment. The FSL Review Committee recommended that Southern Sisters Cafe be approved for a grant to reimburse 80% of project costs (signage, engineering, permit fees, landscaping, etc) not to exceed $7,500 for Southern Sisters Cafe for the sign as specified herein. The monument sign replaces the older sign from a previous tenant that had been retrofitted. The FSL Review Committee also recommended a grant for Maxwell Plumbing. Maxwell Plumbing is proposing a renovation to their exterior fence and new landscaping, as well as a new monument sign. Their business is located on the corner of North Central and Truman Street and is very visible from US Highway 1. A new fence of vinyl coated chain Zink and a roll gate would replace the dilapidated wood fence and be accented with new, tropical landscaping. A new monument sign would replace an older, non conforming wooden signs on the site. Therefore, the Committee recommended approval under the fagade guidelines, recommending that the CRA Board approve a grant to reimburse 80% of project costs (signage, engineering, permit fees, landscaping, etc) not to exceed $15,000 for Maxwell Plumbing for new fence, landscaping and a monument sign. The only other application outstanding is the application from Lisanne Monier Robinson requesting a FSL grant for bumpouts on US 1 and this application is being considered as part of a capital improvements project. There will be $$42,419 available remaining in the program if the two grants this evening are approved as requested. Recommendation: Approve a grant to reimburse 80% of project costs (signage, engineering, permit fees, landscaping, etc) not to exceed $7,500 for Southern Sisters Cafe for the sign as specified herein. Approve a grant to reimburse 80% of project costs (signage, engineering, permit fees, fence, roll gate, landscaping, etc) not to exceed $15,000 for Maxwell Plumbing for the sign, fence and landscaping as specified herein. ON M 0 en vcr rs Ci 425 r. 4 w AI M es o gi U viii "I e k el m t Qty Description Unit Price Total Price 1 84 "x72" Double Sided Monument Sign $6250.00 $6250.00 I Design Layout $270.00 $270.00 I Permit $300.00 $300.00 1 Installation $270.00 $270.00 Subtotal $7090.00 Tax $496.30 Total $7586.30 BY TOMORROW SIGNS GRAPHICS NATIONWIDE 3300 43r Avenue,Vero Beach, FL 32960 Phone: 772.567.3000 Fax: 772.770.4244 Email: sbtvero @aol.com Southern Sisters Attn: Carol 3.15.10 Estimated Time Sales Rep. Steve File Name Ship Via Terms Tax ID 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. To Accept This Estimate Please Si ate Return Date: Estimated Time Sales Rep. File Name Ship Via Terms Tax ID Steve Qty Description Unit Price Total Price 1 42x73.25 Dimensional sign $1875.00 $1875.00 1 Installation $150.00 $150.00 Subtotal $2025.00 Tax $141.75 Total $2166.75 IG1VS SIGNS GRAPHICS NATIONWIDE 3300 43rd Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32960 Phone: 772.567.3000 Fax: 772.770.4244 Email: sbtvero @aol.com Southern Sisters Attn: Carol 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. To Accept This Estimate Please Sign, Date Return 4.15.10 NOV 16 2009 FACADE SIGNAGE AND LANDSCAPING GRANT FACADE IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM 1. Project Location Address of Property to be improved: 70? LL ik RI_- Assessor Parcel Number(s): Name of Business(es) in Project: L t�-1 1-}e_r tm ,S Building Frontage Measurement of Project: Zoo f 2. Applicant Information 1 m c1 L hern Ci 7 e• ccre_ Name: PlQvc y en v1 inr") f ".4 d (ri re' 1 1 1 Mailing Address: 709 City: !jy- State: Phone: 77Z 07_62.3 Email: FL Zip 1 -'��5 S Do you Own, Rent or Lease the subject property? *If you are not the owner, the owner will need to co -sign this application. 3. Businesses or Services Offered on Site: e 4. Description of Proposed Improvements: J'Ieu/ Si& n� II II G� p Approved by CRA 6/12/06, rev. 06/20/07 and 09/23/09 Page 6 FACADE SIGNAGE AND LANDSCAPING GRANT 5. Please identify ways in which this project supports the Overlay District Concepts (,1.11 11'13 AI _A a -t- inn p rov en( 1 c r of -X' o Comp) 1,4)i !.c ire rvie ov 1n y cis 6. Submittals Applications must include the following materials, if applicable, for consideration by the City: Current Photo(s) of project site Assessor parcel number and proof of paid property taxes Applicant Information Listing of businesses or services offered on site Description of proposed improvements Identification of project's support of the Overlay District Current Occupational License Rendering or sketch of proposed improvements Architectural plans elevation drawing, dimensions, measurements, etc Color and material samples Sign /Awning design drawings and /or plans Documentation of cost estimates copies of vendor bids, estimates, etc Signature of Property Owner and Applicant Applications lacking sufficient materials to describe the project will NOT I 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. b. c. d. e. f. 9. h. TOTAL ESTIMATED COST 8. Signatures Window or Door Replacement Exterior paint or siding Signage Exterior Lighting Facade /Exterior Architectural Improv. Architectural /Design Fees Landscape /Hardscape Improvements Awnings or Shutters Building Permit/Planning Fees Other Proposed Improvements (specify) 1 rri3Q ii or) _J Estimated Days /Months for Completion Signed: Sig Property Owner(s) Signature(s) ..licant(s) Sign This Section for City Use Amount Received: Date Reviewed: Recommendation to CRA: Action by CRA: O0 5 3 /OD_ O° A a Approved by CPA 6/12/06, rev. 06/20/07 and 09/23/09 Page 8 FACADE SIGNAGE AND LANDSCAPING GRANT T. Estimated Costs and Timing Please provide copies of three vendor bids/estimates or other documentation of cost estimates for ail proposed facade work. a. Window or Door Replacement b. Exterior paint or siding c. Signage d. Exterior Lighting e. Facade /Exterior Architectural lrnprov. 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 Property Owner(s) Signature(s) This Section for City Use Amount Received: Date Reviewed: Rscornmendetion to CRA: Action by CRA: Estimated Days /Months for Completion Appiovei by CRA Wi /06, rev. 08!20/07 and 09123./09 Page 8 Total F.002 DEPARTMENT OF RFVFNIIE Business Name and Location Address SOUTHERN SISTERS CAFE LLC 709 US HIGHWAY 1 SEBASTIAN FL 32958 -4196 property purchased or rented, real property rented, or services being purchased or rented for one of the following purposes: Re- rental as real property. Incorporation into and sale as part of the repair of tangible personal property by a repair dealer. Re- rental as transient rental property. This certificate cannot be reassigned or transferred. This certificate can only be used by the active registered dealer or its authorized employees. Misuse of this Annual Resale Certificate will subject the user to penalties as provided by law. Use signed photocopy for resale purposes. This is to certify that all tangible personal Effective Date by the above business are Resale as tangible personal property. Re- rental as tangible personal property. Resale of services. Presented to: NANCY CANNON (772)581 -0203 Address: Activity: Issued to: A 709 US HWY 1 SEBASTIAN, FL 32958 RESTAURANTS (76 SEATS) SOUTHERN SISTERS CAFE, LLC NANCY CANNON 709 US HWY 1 SEBASTIAN, FL 32958 RECEIPT FOR LICENSE LICENSE NUMBER: 4101078 FILE NUMBER: 233401 This verifies that SOUTHERN SISTERS CAFE LLC Doing business as SOUTHERN SISTERS CAFE LLC has met the requirements for Permanent Food Service Seating licensure 709 US HWY 1 SEBASTIAN, FL 32958 (Insert name of seller on photocopy) Division of Hotels and Restaurants callcenter @dbpr.state.fl.us 850.487.1395 LICENSE This is authorization to operate for 30 days. An annual license will be mailed to the address on record within that period. (date) CITY OF SEBASTIAN LOCAL BUSINESS TAX RECEIPT 1225 MAIN STREET, SEBASTIAN, FL 32958 Permit Year October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010 NOME OF PILICN ISLAND NON TRANSFERABLE to operate at: Registration Effective Date Certificate Number 08/03/09 41- 8015168614 -9 Presented by: TYPE: 2010 Permanent Food Service Seating Seats /Units:1b purchased on or after the above Registration Incorporation as a material, ingredient, or component part of tangible personal property that is being produced for sale by manufacturing, compounding, or processing. Authorized Signature (Purchaser) (date) TAX FEE PENALTY TRANSFER DUPLICATE Total Paid No: 3406 Date: 10/08/09 ATE in) K \09 bstr ECTOR NAME 110.00 110.00 x� Linda M. Lbhsl, CBTO Florida Department ;f Busines Professional Regulation INSPECTOR SIGNATURE [Report HR402A -DET replaces DBPR Form HR 5021 -024 Receipt for License] Account Number Tax Type Tax Year 221030 REAL ESTATE 2009 Mailing Address Property Address KUNZ FAMILY LTD PARTNERSHIP 709 US HIGHWAY 1 SEB 5958 RIVER RUN DR SEBASTIAN FL 32958 -4709 GEO Number 31 39 -06- 00020 0040 00001 /0 Exempt Amount Taxable Value See Below See Below Exemption Detail Millage Code Escrow Code NO EXEMPTIONS 2A Legal Description (click for full description) 31 39 -06- 00020 0040 00001/0 709 US HIGHWAY 1 EDGEWATER PARK SUB BLK 4 LOTS 1 2 PBI 1 -23 Ad Valorem Taxes Taxing Authority Rate Assessed Exemption Taxable Taxes Value Amount Value Levied CITY OF SEBASTIAN 3.3456 210,790 0 $210,790 $705.22 EMERGENCY SERV DIST 1.7148 210,790 0 $210,790 $361.46 FLORIDA INLAND NAVIG 0.0345 210,790 0 $210,790 $7.27 COUNTY GENERAL FUND 3.0892 210,790 0 $210,790 $651.17 HOSPITAL DISTRICT 0.9471 210,790 0 $210,790 $199.64 MOSQUITO CONTROL 0.2417 210,790 0 $210,790 $50.95 LAND ACQUISITION BND 0.0725 210,790 0 $210,790 $15.28 SCHOOL BOND 0.3000 210,790 0 $210,790 $63.24 SCHOOL LOCAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT 1.5000 210,790 0 $210,790 $316.19 LOCAL EFFORT 0.7480 210,790 0 $210,790 $157.67 SCHOOL STATE LAW 5.0480 210,790 0 $210,790 $1,064.07 SEBASTIAN INLET 0.1124 210,790 0 $210,790 $23.69 ST JOHNS RIVER WATER 0.4158 210,790 0 $210,790 $87.65 LAND ACQUISITION BND 04 0.3154 210,790 0 $210,790 $66.48 I Total Millage I 17.8850 I Total Taxes I $3,769.98 I Non -Ad Valorem Assessments Code Levying Authority Amount CLFL COUNTY LANDFILL FEE $374.13 TSSA SEBASTIAN STORM DRAINAGE $117.86 Total Assessments I $491.99 I Taxes Assessments $4,261.97 O If Paid By Amount Due 11/30/2009 $4,091.49 FL- IndianRiver- TaxCollector FL- IndianRiver- TaxCollector Tax Record Last Update: 11/16/2009 3:30:09 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. 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WE ARE PLEASED TO ACCEPT 3> Customer Signature Date Contact Name JAMES MAXWELL Phone 772 589 -1630 Fax E -mail Authorized Signature 'a"� p� 'v""r� $7971.50 VISA Date 03 02 10 Sales Person Lori Reilly Designer Wayne Design 22943 -D JOB NAME: JOB ADDRESS: CI CITY El COUNTY STYLE FENCE 1 HEIGHT (0 FOOTAGE HEIGHT WIRE LINE POST OKEECHOBEE (863) 763 -6255 TERMINAL POST RACE/BOTTOM RAIL TENSION WIRE 9 j BARBED WIRE Akikle WALK GATE SIZE FRAME WALK GATE .i SIZE FRAME WALK GATE POST DRIVE GATE `D I EAT'OST DRIVE GATE DRIVE GATE POST CORE DRILUASPHALT 01 1 PRIVACY SLATS PRO ,LINES CLEARED b 'Or ele PROP. MARKS VILE: SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS GLADE VERO BEACH (772) 562-0022 (863) SEBRING 493 (561)P --3 03 (7 2) 283-4540 (561) -34419 (800) 282- 5172 FAX: (863) 763-8404 "FENCING YOU IN SINCE 1962" CC# FE -1535 AVM 1132 NE 12th Street IT Okeechboee, FL 34972 MAILING ADDRESS: CELL: FAX: 172) 589- 37 EMAIL ADDRESS: 3 -v ,ia. x -ii ne.+ JOB 0 3 30 /1'1+ 27Z -7 DIRECTIONS: CLOSEST INTERSECTING STREET: PERMIT h�y SIZE FRAME z O ►-ea. SIZE /1 FRAME 1/6/7, 221'2 r CONCRETE, /c. 0 CONCRETE 0 ilnaieing Lvai &abbe L= c.... 3Z95g FORT PIERCE (772) 465 -3890 DATE: CONTACT: e -5. PHONE: ('79 8'9- /6 CUSTOMER APPROVAL: COST X 9 4 DEPOSIT /A BALANCE 3 .00 TERMS I S C100) �j 0..1 n Ce-- 0 el v, PHONE 1 THIS PRICE EFFECTIVE UNTIL /a LEFT MESSAGE PERSONNEL INSTALLER DATE 5' Black Vinyl Chain Link w/ Landscape to the road side. 1111111 1111 11 1111111111 11 I1111 0_ 11011 11011 11 11 110 E 1I1 Aluminum gate to have solid plate welded for privacy. Gate to also have tail for future operator. Item Description Qty Rate Total Fern (Macho) 1 Gallon 45 6.00 270.00 Viburnum (Sweet) 3 Gallon, 24 Inches 37 10.00 370.00 Bird of Paradise (White) 6 Foot Height 15 75.00 1,125.00 Areca (Palm) 6 Foot Height 15 75.00 1,125.00 Bahia Sod Deliver Install One Pallet of Bahia Sod 200.00 200.00 Cypress Mulch Grade A Cypress Mulch (5 Cubic Yards) 7 50.00 350.00 Price includes Complete Cost of Materials, Delivery, Installation Labor Total $3,440.00 REEL CHANGES INC 4290 U.S. Highway 1 Grant, Florida 32949 (321) 953 -6544 Fax# (321) 953 -6546 reelchangesinc@bellsouth.net Customer: Maxwell Plumbing Son 920 Truman Street Sebastian, FL 32958 (772) 589 -1630 Estimate Date 2/6/2010 Estimate 33 Project Site: Maxwell Plumbing Son 920 Truman Street Sebastian, Florida 32958 s: J: FACADE SIGNAGE AND LANDSCAPING GRANT 1. Project Location Address of Property to be improved: Assessor Parcel Number(s): Name of Business(es) in Project: 11,1 4U` t c-t^�A; L-tJ Al ii1 Building Frontage Measurement of Project: 2 2. Applicant I n f ormation Name: Mailing Address: f 1 ta_u i ST Phone: Email: FACADE IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM 9 ti f(A k S L City: State: I L. Zip: '3 2 (.c_ C t lz /✓t 4 W Ck._ pl_u>41 Gs 1 Do you Own, Rent or Lease the subject property? 6 tNitkl *If you are not the owner, the owner will need to co -sign this application. N_v /vi C t iv e L 5py (LE" 3. Businesses or Services Offered on Site: 12 9 i ll t co (77 N 4-7 e }-(l1%1-6 f 4. Description of Proposed Improvements: 1/9-ix 77/4 C7 tK7? 64:4-4 S 6)--/ ovP 2_et 1 P .L -'7'2 v„r eti 4c.)-0 S Approved by CRA 6/12/06, rev. 06/20/07 and 09/23/09 Page 6 FACADE SIGNAGE AND LANDSCAPING GRANT 5. Please identify ways in which this project supports the Overlay District Concepts r 1 f -(J-IF tJF LG t (U 2 F P i �:�t 0)v f 0 fcT e().A) z tIAJ Ftlt v \l't 6 1 6 6. Submittals Applications must include the following materials, if applicable, for consideration by the City: Current Photo(s) of project site Assessor parcel number and proof of paid property taxes Applicant Information Listing of businesses or services offered on site Description of proposed improvements Identification of project's support of the Overlay District Current Occupational License Rendering or sketch of proposed improvements Architectural plans elevation drawing, dimensions, measurements, etc Color and material samples Sign /Awning design drawings and /or plans Documentation of cost estimates copies of vendor bids, estimates, etc 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 00) 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. 8. Signatu es Signed: a. b. c. d. e. f. 9. h. 1 Window or Door Replacement Exterior paint or siding Signage Exterior Lighting Facade /Exterior Architectural Improv. Architectural /Design Fees Landscape /Hardscape Improvements Awnings or Shutters Building Permit/Planning Fees Other Proposed Improvements (specify) TOTAL ESTIMATED COST t Estimated Days /Months for Completion This Section for City Use Amount Received: Date Reviewed: Recommendation to CRA: Action by CRA: 0" 0 2-07 10`i '12-- 2 SD -4- 0 seieVIZati Signed: Property Owner(s) Signature(s) Applicant(s) Signature(s) Approved by CRA 6/12/06, rev. 06/20/07 and 09/23/09 Page 8 FACADE SIGNAGE AND LANDSCAPING GRANT MAP OF CRA BOUNDARY Approved by CRA 6/12/06, rev. 06/20/07 and 09/23/09 Page 9 IF PAID BY NOV 1 -30 4% DEC 1 -31 3/ JAN 1 -31 2% FEB 1 -28 1% MAR 1 -31 PLEASE PAY 10,038.42 10,142.99 10,247.56 10,352.12 10,456.69 L :AROLE JEAN JORDAN IDIAN RIVER COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR' ACCOUNT NUMBER ESCROW CD ASSESSED VALUE EXEMPTIONS TAXABLE VALUE MILLAGE CODE 217760 R -MAX OF INDIAN RIVER INC 920 TRUMAN ST SEBASTIAN FL CITY OF SEBASTIAN EMERGENCY SERV DIST FLORIDA INLAND' NAVIG COUNTY GENERAL FUND HOSPITAL DISTRICT MOSQUITO CONTROL LAND ACQUISITION BND SCHOOL BOND SCHOOL LOCAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT LOCAL EFFORT SCHOOL STATE LAW SEBASTIAN INLET ST JOHNS RIVER WATER LAND ACQUISITION BND 04 2009 REAL ESTATE 0033135.0000 R50024 -3 NOTICE OF AD VALOREM TAXES AND NON -AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS 32958 3.3456 1.7148 .0345 3.0892 .9471 .2417 .0725 .3000 1.5000 .7480 5.0480 .1124 .4158 .3154 TOTAL MILLAGE SEE BELOW REFLECTS OWNER(S) OF RECORD AS OF 9/30/09 AD VALOREM TAXES TAXING AUTHORITY MILLAGE RATE ASSESSED VALUE EXEMPTION TAXABLE VALUE TAXES LEVIED 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 17.8850 NON -AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS SEE BELOW SEE BELOW 31- 39 -06- 00004 -0000- 00002/0 Q PLAT SEBASTIAN SUB OF POR OF GOV LOT 1 LOTS 2,5 6 PBS 3 -66 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 516,170 AD VALOREM TAXES 2A 1,726.90 885.13 17.81 1,594.55 488.86 124.76 37.42 154.85 774.25 386.10 2,605.63 58.02 214.62 162.80 9,231.70 LEVYING AUTHORITY RATE AMOUNT NOV 1 -30 4% 10,038.42 DEC 1 -31 3% 10,142.99 JAN 1 -31 2% 10,247.56 FEB 1 -28 1% 10,352.12 MAR 1 -31 10,456.69 l CAROLE JEAN JORDAN NDIAN RIVER COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR ACCOUNT NUMBER ESCROW CD ASSESSED VALUE EXEMPTIONS TAXABLE VALUE MILLAGE CODE COUNTY LANDFILL FEE SEBASTIAN STORM DRAINAGE COMBINED TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS IF PAID BY PLEASE PAY 217760 R -MAX OF INDIAN RIVER INC 920 TRUMAN ST SEBASTIAN FL SEE ABOVE 10,456.69 0000000000 0001045669 0000000331350000 0001 1 NON -AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS SEE ABOVE SEE ABOVE 1026.75 198.24 1224.99 See reverse side for important information. 2009 REAL ESTATE 0033135.0000 NOTICE OF AD VALOREM TAXES AND NON -AD VALOREM ASSESSMENTS 31- 39 -06- 00004 0000 00002/0 Q PLAT SEBASTIAN SUB OF POR OF 32958 GOV LOT 1 LOTS 2,5 6 PBS 3 -66 PLEASE DO NOT WRITE BELOW THIS LINE PAY IN U.S. FUNDS TO CAROLE JEAN JORDAN, TAX COLLECTOR P.O. BOX 1509, VERO BEACH, FL 32961 1509 Ph: (772) 226 1343 2A 0 co cc w W cc 0® 0 L U CC Z cc Er 0 ill CC O V! LL z Q CO W M 0 Z W f, V z -J IF PAID BY J 09/15/2008 080001986. CFCO26551 The PLUMBING CONTRACTOR Named below IS 'CERTIFIED Under the provisions of Chapter Expiration date: AUG 31, 2010 JAMES R. MAXWELL, PRESID (772)589 -1630 Address: Activity: Issued to: A MAXWELL, JAMES RICHARD MAXWELL SON INC-'' 920 TRUMAN ST SEBASTIAN 920 TRUMAN ST SEBASTIAN, FL 32958 PLUMBING CONTRACTOR FL 32958 -3893, FS. NON TRANSFEFABLE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL REGULATION :CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY LICENSING BOARD DATE BATCH NUMBER LICENSE NBR DISPLAY AS REQUIRED BY LAW CITY OF SEBASTIAN LOCAL BUSINESS TAX RECEIPT 1225 MAIN STREET, SEBASTIAN, FL 32958 Permit Year October 1, 2009 to September 30, 2010 MAXWELL SON PLUMBING, INC. JAMES R. MAXWELL, PRESIDENT 920 TRUMAN ST HOME OF PELICAN ISLAND SEBASTIAN, FL 32958 SEQ# L0809150145 CHARLES W. DRAGO SECRETARY TRANSFER DUPLICATE Total Paid No: 351 Date: 7/30/09 TAX FEE 66.00 PENALTY 66.00 Linda M. ohsl, CBTO 0 J (n or z o w w CC CC O 2 w W C ZIX Y w En W zz W ago z W O N o o W WZ O o 00Zu Po DC Z U J N 0_ F V) 7E <o gnaw CC_j z J Z w (VMZd' N 0 o C Z 0 Cr <0 pw w 0 EC U< 0N4-z Z<Z0 r s d r)s0--2 orb g s� (Si N 0 N W w 0 S WELL S ON. 4UM BING i MR}ORATLO VT /026611