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AGENDA
CITY COMMISSION MEETING
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April 23, 2019   8:00am




1.

Opening Prayer with Deacon Ernest Deshazier of Mount Zion Primitive Baptist Church.

2.

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

3.

Roll Call and Approval of Minutes for the April 9, 2019 City Commission Meeting.

4.

Mayor's Report

4.a.

Sherry Kochevar - 35 years Service and Retirement Recognition

4.b.

Notice of Board Openings.

4.c.

Notice of appointments to the Civil Service Board.

5.

City Attorney

5.a.

Ratification of Extensions to the Declaration of State of Emergency

5.b.

Consideration of sale of surplused, vacant parcel at 1701 Tyndall Drive

6.

Unfinished Business

6.a.

Final reading of Ordinance 2678.1 amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of General Commercial for the property located at 843 E 15th Street.

6.b.

Final reading of Ordinance 2678.2 amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of General Commercial - 2 (GC-2) for the property located at 843 E 15th Street.

6.c.

Final reading of Ordinance 2679 to Adopt the proposed text amendment which remedies a scrivener error in the City of Panama City’s (City) Comprehensive Plan, FLUE policy 1.1.1.(11)(a).

7.

Consent Agenda

7.a.

Consideration to award contract for Firefighter Physicals to Life Extension Clinics, Inc., dba Life Scan Wellness Center, in the amount of $35,490.

7.b.

34th Annual Race Judicata - May 4 - 8:00-Noon

Special event from Bay County Bar Association / Panhandle Runner and Triathletes. Event organizer is requesting the run/walk be scheduled for May 4, 2019. Assembly at 7:00 am, start at 8:00 am and last until 10:00 am.  The event will start at the Bay County Courthouse and end in the Cove. There is expected to be about 150 people attending.
7.c.

Bay High Homecoming Parade 2.0 Harrison Avenue - May 9 - 1:00-3:15

Bay High School Homecoming Parade 2.0.  The parade will begin at 2:00 pm at the end of Harrison, commence up Harrison Ave and end at Tommy Oliver Stadium on 13th St.
7.d.

Tourism Appreciation Event - Thank you to Panama City - Gateway Park & McKenzie Park - May 9 - 2:00 - 4:00

7.e.

#SEADOOLIFE Test Ride Event Carl Gray Park - May 18-19 - 10:00-5:00

Special Event - SeaDoo Test Rides and Training Customers on how to properly ride
7.f.

Spring Celebration of Hope - Block Party - First Baptist Church - May 19 - 1:00-4:00

First Baptist Church - Spring Celebration of Hope with rides, music & food.
7.g.

Consideration of waiver of interest and fine for Code Enforcement Lien.

8.

City Manager

8.a.

Update from Teri Henry, Director, Panama City Housing Authority

8.b.

Discussion of Allowing Golf Carts to operate in Downtown

8.c.

Consideration of Professional Services Proposal – Ground Storage Tank and Booster Pump Station – SweetBay Development - from Dewberry Engineers in the amount of $171,600.00

8.d.

Consideration of partial payment of retainage $345,214.88 to GAC for the new City Hall Project

8.e.

Consideration of Ordinance 2680 FOG, Fats, Oil & Grease

8.f.

Consideration of RFP for Public Education Post Hurricane Strategies and Implementation Services

Documents:
  1. Education RFP.docx
8.g.

Consideration of Mott McDonald Task Order 19-016 Type and Extent of Damage Report for the Marina Civic Center

8.h.

Consideration to award contract for Bulkhead Repairs at Panama City Marina

9.

Audience Participation

10.

Adjournment.


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