CITY OF PANAMA CITY
CITY COMMISSION MEETING
AGENDA
AUGUST 24, 2021
8:00 a.m.

 
 
1.

Opening Prayer with Nevin Zimmerman of First Presbyterian Church.

2.

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

3.

Roll Call and Approval of Minutes for the August 10, 2021 City Commission Meeting.

4.

Mayor's Report

4.a.

Proclamation recognizing the Panama City Publishing Company Museum being listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

4.b.

Appointments to the Downtown Improvement Board.

4.c.

Appointment of Mayor Pro Tempore.

4.d.

Community Announcements.

5.

Audience Participation

6.

City Attorney

6.a.

Ratification of Declaration of State of Emergency due to Tropical Storm Fred and approval of accompanying Resolution 20210813.1.

6.b.

Consideration of Resolution 20210824.1 authorizing employee overtime payment related to Tropical Storm Fred.

6.c.

Consideration of proposed new construction contract with St. Bernard Parish and loan documents.

7.

Unfinished Business

7.a.

Final reading of Ordinance 3009.1, amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of Mixed Use for the property located at 2923 and 2925 Stanford Road, Panama City, FL.

7.b.

Final reading of Ordinance 3009.2, amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of Urban Mixed Use 2, MU-2, for the property located at 2923 and 2925 Stanford Road, Panama City, FL.

7.c.

Final reading of Ordinance 3012.1, voluntary annexation of .505 acres of property located at 2931 N Jenks Avenue.

7.d.

Final reading of Ordinance 3012.2, amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of Residential for the property located at 2931 N Jenks Avenue.

7.e.

Final reading of Ordinance 3012.3, amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of Residential 1, R-1, for the property located at 2931 N Jenks Avenue.

7.f.

Final Reading of Ordinance 3014.1, amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of Mixed Use for the property located at 1814 St Andrews Boulevard, Panama City, FL.

7.g.

Final Reading of Ordinance 3014.2, amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of Mixed Use 2, MU-2, for the property located at 1814 St Andrews Boulevard, Panama City, FL.

7.h.

Final reading of Ordinance 3015, a proposal to change and modify the City’s Unified Land Development Code (ULDC) to adopt Panama City Neighborhood Plans, Appendix A: Zoning Recommendations.

7.i.

Final Reading of Ordinance 3016 to Adopt Modification to the Panama City Unified Land Development Code Sec. 104-66 Gateway Overlay (GO) (Formerly known as the Tourist Corridor Overlay).

8.

Consent Agenda

8.a.

Approve L&R Contracting, LLC Change Order No. 7 increasing the contract time by sixty (60) days with no change to the contract amount to account for factors beyond the control of the Contractor.

8.b.

Jazz by the Bay, October 1, 10:00 a.m. through October 2, 2021, 8:00 p.m., Oaks by the Bay Park, sponsored by Martin Theatre, Inc.

Documents:
  1. Jazz by the Bay.pdf
8.c.

Shakespeare in the Park, October 14, 9:00 a.m. through October 16, 2021, 9:00 p.m., Oaks by the Bay Park, sponsored by Gulf Jazz Society.

8.d.

Bay High Homecoming Parade, October 29, 2021, 1:15 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., Harrison Avenue, sponsored by Bay High Student Government.

9.

City Manager

9.a.

Consideration of final payment for Crowder Gulf for debris removal for Hurricane Michael disaster in the amount of $2,052,449.98.

9.b.

Consideration of final payment for Landfall Strategies for debris monitoring for the Hurricane Michael Disaster in the amount of $566,915.19.

9.c.

Consideration of approval of Contract Amendment 11 with Hagerty Consulting in the amount of $109,250.00 for continuation of disaster recovery support for Neighborhood Plans and Hurricane Loss Mitigation Program (HLMP).

9.d.

Consideration to award contract for W 23rd St. Plaza Culvert Replacement and Utility Improvements to BCL Civil Contractors in the amount of $865,415.00.

9.e.

Consideration and approval of Purchase Pricing for the Out-of-the-Box homes located at 1350, 1346, and 1334 Roosevelt Drive.

9.f.

Consideration of approval to complete the emergency repair of the Breezy Lane Box Culvert.

9.g.

Consideration of approval of emergency construction of 5 Area Sewer (Lift Station) to B&L Utility Services in the amount of $364,493.71.

10.

Adjournment.


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