AGENDA
CITY COMMISSION MEETING
SEPTEMBER 13, 2021
5:01 P.M.
 
 
1.

Opening Prayer with Chaplin Frederick Woods of Ascension Sacred Heart Bay Hospital.

2.

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

3.

Roll Call and Approval of Minutes for the August 24, 2021 City Commission Meeting and the August 25, 2021 City Commission Budget Workshop.

4.

Public Hearing

4.a.

This Public Hearing is for the Discussion and Adoption of the Tentative Millage Rates and Tentative Budgets for the City of Panama City and the Panama City Downtown Improvement District for Fiscal Year 2022. This is to serve as the first Public Hearing under the TRIM Act.

5.

Mayor's Report

5.a.

Community Announcements.

6.

Audience Participation

7.

City Attorney

7.a.

Ratification of Extensions to the Declaration of State of Emergency due to Tropical Storm Fred.

8.

City Clerk

8.a.

Presentation of the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year ended September 30, 2020.

9.

Unfinished Business

9.a.

Final reading of Ordinance 2783.1, voluntary annexation of 83 acres of property located at 7331 Morningside Drive.

9.b.

Final Adoption Hearing of Ordinance 2783.2, amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of Urban Residential (Panama City) for the property located at 7331 Morningside Drive.

9.c.

Final reading of Ordinance 2783.3, amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of Urban Residential 2, UR-2, for the property located at 7331 Morningside Drive.

9.d.

Public Hearing on Development Agreement for Morningside Subdivision.

10.

Consent Agenda

10.a.

Oktoberfest and Seasonal Craft Beer Tasting, September 25, 2021, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., Harrison Avenue and Luverne Avenue, sponsored by Destination Panama City.

10.b.

Downtown Fall Festival, October 30, 2021, 12:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., Center for the Arts and 4th Street, sponsored by Center for the Arts/Quality of Life.

10.c.

Holiday Lights at Oaks by the Bay, November 6 through 25, 2021, with Lighting Ceremony on November 26 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Oaks by the Bay Park, sponsored by Historic St. Andrews Waterfront Partnership.

10.d.

City Hall tree Lighting Ceremony, December 3, 2021, 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., City Hall, sponsored by Quality of Life.

10.e.

Panama City Jaycees Christmas Parade, December 4, 2021, 12:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., Harrison Avenue, sponsored by Panama City Jaycees.

10.f.

Rosenwald Alum Parade, December 18, 2021, 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., 11th Street, sponsored by Rosenwald High School Alumni, Inc.

10.g.

Approve purchase of Mobile Data Terminals for Fire Department apparatuses in the amount of $34,988.38.

11.

City Manager

11.a.

Presentation of Water and Wastewater Technical Rate Study by Raftelis.

11.b.

Consideration of adoption of Resolution 20210913.1 amending the Water and Wastewater fees.

11.c.

Presentation of Solid Waste Technical Rate Study by Raftelis.

11.d.

Consideration of adoption of Resolution 20210913.2 amending the Solid Waste fees.

11.e.

Consideration of L&R Contracting, LLC, Payment Application associated with the contracted Scope of Work associated with the Panama City Marina Reconstruction in the amount of $347,738.85.

11.f.

Consideration of final payment for Landfall Strategies for debris monitoring for Hurricane Michael Disaster in the amount of $460,587.69.

11.g.

Consideration of approval of JRA Architects for the Architectural and Engineering Services for the Vehicle Maintenance Facility Project, in the amount of $271,003.00.

11.h.

Consideration of payment of $69,922.00 to Marshall Brothers for Support Services associated with site investigations by NOVA, Mott MacDonald, CB&Y, Hagerty, and the City of PC Project Management Office before, during and after testing of the existing Civic Center and Chiller Room facilities performed by NOVA.

11.i.

Consideration of approval to reduce the fee of DAG Architects, by $51,120.00 for Architectural and Engineering Services (A/E) and to provide for a fee of $363,749.10 for Supplemental Services for the Martin Theatre.

11.j.

Consideration of request by Arnold Amusements to host a community carnival at the Panama City Mall October 3-10, 2021.

11.k.

Consideration of approval of Hurricane Loss Mitigation Program Subrecipient Agreement.

11.l.

Consideration of approval of a $500,000.00 reduction in the contract amount for American Sand and Asphalt for the Lindenwood Drive Roadway Improvement.

12.

City Manager - First Readings

12.a.

First reading of Ordinance 3010.1, voluntary annexation of .505 acres of property located at 4209 Northshore Road.

12.b.

First reading of Ordinance 3010.2, amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of Residential for the property located at 4209 Northshore Road.

12.c.

First reading of Ordinance 3010.3, amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of Residential 2, R-2, for the property located at 4209 Northshore Road.

12.d.

First reading of Ordinance 3017.1, voluntary annexation of .454 acres of property located at 2931 State Avenue.

12.e.

First reading of Ordinance 3017.2, amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of Residential for the property located at 2931 State Avenue.

12.f.

First reading of Ordinance 3017.3, amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of Residential 1, R-1, for the property located at 2931 State Avenue.

12.g.

First Reading of Ordinance 3018.1, amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of General Commercial for the property located at 508 E 11th Street, Panama City, FL.

12.h.

First Reading of Ordinance 3018.2, amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of General Commercial 1, GC-1, for the property located at 508 E 11th Street, Panama City, FL.

12.i.

Transmittal Hearing of Ordinance 3019 to adopt proposed text amendment which adds a proposed property rights element in the City of Panama City’s (City) Comprehensive Plan.

12.j.

Approval of the conceptual plan for SweetBay TownCenter Phase 1.

12.k.

First reading of Ordinance 3021, Platted Right of Way Vacation, the R.O.W. between N. Palo Alto Avenue and N. Bonita Avenue, from the north line of parcel no. 21108-000-000 and E. Business Highway. 98. Also, the abandonment of the sewer easement that extends from said R.O.W. to N. Bonita Avenue.

13.

Adjournment.


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