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BOCC Minutes July 7-8,2010

 

                                        BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
 
                                                 MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA
 
                                                        COURTHOUSE ANNEX
 
                                       MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING
 
                                  WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, JULY 7 & 8, 2010
 
                                                                      9:00 A.M.
           
           
The Board of County Commissioners of Madison County, Florida met this day in Regular Session with the following members present: Justin Hamrick (District 1), Wayne Vickers (District 2), Renetta Parrish (District 3), Alfred Martin (District 4), and Roy Ellis (District 5). Also present were County Coordinator Allen Cherry, County Attorney George T. Reeves, and County Clerk Tim Sanders.
 
The Chairman, Honorable Justin Hamrick, called the meeting to order and called the roll.
 
Upon a motion by Commissioner Ellis, seconded by Commissioner Martin, the Board voted unanimously (5-0) to approve the agenda, as amended: At the request of Mr. Cherry add to “Public Works Department” item Number 3, Approval of Mosquito Control Department DETAILED WORK PLAN BUDGET for Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services; and add to New Business item Number 10. Approval of partnership with Madison County School District’s Carol M. White Physical Education Program Federal Grant; and add to New Business item Number 11. Interlocal Agreement between the Town of Greenville and Madison County to meet Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application requirements for sewer improvements.
 
Under “Petitions From The Public” Mr. David Adams presented a multi-page paper entitled “Chipper Proposal”. He asked the Board to consider contracting with him to remove and chip yard trash from collection centers that is destined for the regional landfill. He stated the chipped yard trash could be used for landscaping or biomass fuel, rather than filling the landfill and saving the county on hauling and tipping fees. A motion was made by Commissioner Parrish and seconded by Commissioner Martin to amend the agenda and to agenda this proposal for the next Regular Meeting. Motion carried 5-0.
 
Also under “Petitions From The Public” Ms. Deloris Jones thanked the Board for its support of the Madison County Memorial Hospital’s application to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for a grant/loan to build a new hospital. She also asked the Board for their support of a golf camp for sixteen (16) young men in the community scheduled for August. Mr. Jerome Wyche reported the camp is co-sponsored by the local Nu Omega Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and the Madison County Alcohol & Other Drug Prevention Coalition. 
 
The minutes of the Regular Meeting held on June 16, 2010 were presented for review. Upon a motion by Commissioner Parrish, seconded by Commissioner Vickers, the Board voted unanimously (5-0) to approve said minutes as presented.
           
Upon a motion by Commissioner Ellis, seconded by Commissioner Vickers, the Board voted unanimously (5-0) to approve the Consent Agenda (1. Approval of Tourist Development Council Grant for Excellence Dance Studio; 2. Budget Amendment Request for Tourist Development Council).
 
County Road & Bridge Department Coordinator Robert Henderson provided a multi-page paper entitled Paving Costs for Fellowship and Mount Olive Church Roads, which provided costs for Maintenance Map, Grading/Lime Rock, and Asphalt for Fellowship Road (North of Wonderwood), Fellowship Road (South of Wonderwood), and Mt. Olive Church Road. As the paper indicated the total cost for Fellowship Road (North-$177,270 and South-$191,978) is $369,248 for Anderson Columbia Inc. to do the work. Mr. Henderson stated if the County uses its manpower and equipment to prepare the road for paving and hauls and applies the limerock, the cost is reduced to $244,404. Likewise, paving Mt. Olive Church Road, using County manpower and equipment can be reduced from $139,138 to $87,934. Mr. Henderson stated both roads could be paved for a total cost of $332,338, including Maintenance Maps, utilizing cooperative efforts between the County and Anderson Columbia, Inc. Mr. Sanders referred to a “5th and 6th Fund Balance” sheet prepared by Clerk Finance, which indicated an Estimated Fund Balance of $633,420.70 at end of the 2009-2010 Fiscal Year (9-30-2010). A motion was made by Commissioner Ellis and seconded by Commissioner Martin to amend the 5th and 6th Cent budget and proceed with the expenditure of $332,338 to pave both Fellowship Road (N&S) and Mt. Olive Church Road. Motion carried 5-0. Mr. Henderson stated the asphalt paving prices were based upon the low bid by Anderson Columbia Inc. for resurfacing State Road 14, which is in close proximity to Fellowship and Mt. Olive Church Roads. 
 
Mosquito Control Coordinator Jamie Willoughby presented for approval the 2010-2011 Fiscal Year DETAILED WORK PLAN BUDGET for the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services in the amount of $35,267.36. Mr. Willoughby reported said budget is a preliminary proposal, which is due to the state by July 15th. Upon a motion by Commissioner Vickers, seconded by Commissioner Martin, the Board voted unanimously to approve said budget as presented.
 
Commissioner Ellis inquired if any Class I Animals, as categorized by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, were in the county. Mr. Willoughby reported to the best of his knowledge only some exotic birds are located here and they are no threat to the citizenry.
 
Solid Waste/Recycling Coordinator Jerome Wyche reported receiving a quote from Anderson Columbia, Inc. in the amount of $14,738, also in conjunction with said State Road 14 paving project, to pave a driving loop in the interior of the San Pedro Collection Center. He stated all work would be done by Anderson Columbia, Inc. and funds were available in his current budget for said improvement. The Clerk allowed since the proposed paving is for a driving surface, gas tax funds could be used to pay said costs. A motion was made by Commissioner Martin and seconded by Commissioner Vickers to amend the agenda to consider said paving proposal. Motion carried 5-0. A motion was then made by Commissioner Martin and seconded by Commissioner Vickers to expend $12,032 from the Solid Waste/Recycling budget for said paving improvement. Motion carried 5-0.
 
Mr. Wyche also reported bids for clearing, grubbing, and site preparation for the County’s newest collection center property located on County Road 150 are now being prepared.
 
Mr. Wyche also referred to two pages of correspondence regarding the Resource Recovery/Economic Development presentation by President Neil Seldman of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance scheduled for July 15th in the Boardroom at 8:30 A.M. He stated at the invitation of the Solid Waste/Recycling Department, Mr. Seldman will be discussing opportunities for small business start-up, possibly creating new green jobs, and an expanded local tax base.
 
Dr. Cheryl S. James, Madison County School District Grants Coordinator, asked the Board to partner with the School District in the Carol M. White Physical Education Program. She stated the purpose of the program, funded by a Federal Grant in the amount of $350,000 a year for three years, is to expand and improve physical education programs for students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Dr. James stated the County Commissions’ contribution to the project would be to serve as volunteers for county events, to ask for community support, and to serve on the School District’s Health and Wellness Committee. Upon a motion by Commissioner Vickers, seconded by Commissioner Martin, the Board voted unanimously to approve said agreement in support of the School District’s Physical Education Program (“Fitness, Fun, Forever”).
 
Madison County Tax Collector Frances C. Ginn presented for approval the TAX COLLECTOR’S RECAPITULATION OF THE TAX ROLL(S) for Madison County, Florida for the 2009 tax year. A motion was made by Commissioner Ellis and seconded by Commissioner Martin to approve said Recapitulation of the Tax Roll(s). Motion carried 5-0. 
 
Madison County Senior Citizens Council Executive Director Rosa Richardson gave an update on the new Senior Center Building and thanked the Board for its support. She stated the new facility will allow the Council to enhance and implement new services for the county’s elderly, as well as provide a community center. She invited the Board to an Open House scheduled for Sunday, July 18th from 2 PM to 4PM. Ms. Richardson also asked the Board for permission to store some equipment in the county’s old Senior Center. She stated the stored equipment could be removed with ninety (90) days notice. The Board by consensus approved said request for storage. 
 
Discussion followed on the appointment of members to the Citizens Advisory Task Force for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application process. Commissioner Ellis recommended Mrs. Cheryl Archambault; Commissioner Parrish recommended Mrs. Larry Gallon; Commissioner Martin recommended Mr. Freddie Simmons; and Mr. Cherry recommended County Planner Jeanne Bass from his staff. It was noted that Mr. Alphonsa Alexander, recommended by Commissioner Vickers, was approved by the Board to serve on said Citizens Advisory Task Force at the last Regular Meeting.  
 
The Chairman directed attention to a proposed INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR PROVISION OF SEWER AND WATER SERVICES IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE FLORIDA SMALL CITIES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM between the County and the City of Madison, which owns and operates public water and sewer systems. Mr. Cherry reported said Interlocal Agreement is a requirement for a Neighborhood Revitalization Grant for Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds. Upon a motion by Commissioner Martin, seconded by Commissioner Parrish, the Board voted unanimously to approve said Interlocal Agreement. 
 
Mr. Cherry reported that Anderson Columbia, Inc., in conjunction with pricing on said State Road 14 paving project, has agreed to pave the Courthouse Annex and adjoining County Building parking lot for $14,738. He stated other quotes have been requested, but none have been received. A motion was made by Commissioner Martin and seconded by Commissioner Vickers to proceed with paving said parking area at said quoted price. Motion carried 5-0. 
 
Mr. Cherry referred to a proposed FIRST AMENDED AND RESTATED INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT between the County and the City of Madison, Town of Greenville, and Town of Lee regarding the operation of water and wastewater services to the interchanges on Interstate 10 located in Madison County. Mr. Cherry stated the proposed Amended Interlocal Agreement pertains only to changes in the services provided by the City of Madison and the Town of Lee, in that, the City of Madison will provide said services west of the new water tower on Dale Leslie Drive and the Town of Lee will provide said services east of said water tower. Upon a motion by Commissioner Vickers, seconded by Commissioner Ellis, the Board voted unanimously to approve said Amended Interlocal Agreement. 
 
Mr. Cherry referred to a proposed INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT FOR PROVISION OF SEWER SERVICES IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE FLORIDA SMALL CITIES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM between the County and the Town of Greenville. He stated said Interlocal Agreement is necessary for the County’s submission of a Neighborhood Revitalization Grant for Small Cities Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for the construction of sewer infrastructure improvements to serve the unincorporated area residents. A motion was made by Commissioner Vickers and seconded by Commissioner Parrish to approve said Interlocal Agreement. Motion carried 5-0. 
 
At 1:30 P.M. after a noon recess, Chairman Hamrick directed the Board’s attention to a Fair Housing Educational Session for Elected Officials and the General Public. Madison County Grants Coordinator Jim Parrish presented an agenda and stated the purpose of the session was to review Fair Housing Requirements and Madison County’s Fair Housing Ordinance as part of a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application. Mr. Parrish reported the meeting was duly noticed in the local newspaper and passed around an Attendance Log for all in attendance. He also stated another Educational Session is scheduled for housing-related professionals on July 13th.
 
Mr. Parrish reported Madison County has had a Fair Housing Ordinance for the unincorporated area of the county since 1992. He followed with a review of the ordinance with extensive coverage of its discrimination policy and exceptions. Mr. Parrish opened the session for questions. He stated no action was needed from the Board and reported the session was worth five (5) points for the CDBG application. The Fair Housing Educational Session was closed at 1:45 P.M.
 
Returning to the “Appointment of Members to the Citizens Advisory Task Force for CDBG Grant”, a motion was made by Commissioner Ellis and seconded by Commissioner Vickers to approve the following aforementioned members to join: Mr. Alphonsa Alexander: Mrs. Cheryl Archambault, Mrs. Larry Gallon, Mr. Freddie Simmons, and County Planner Jeanne Bass. Motion carried 5-0. 
 
Chairman Hamrick turned the Board’s attention to the beginning of the 2010-2011 Fiscal Year Budget Preparation. The Clerk presented for review the INITIAL 2010-2011 FISCAL YEAR BUDGET RECAP (attached), a copy of the Property Appraiser’s CERTIFICATION OF TAXABLE VALUE, a paper entitled MADISON COUNTY TAXABLE PROPERTY VALUES TEN-YEAR HISTORY, and a paper entitled OPERATING MILLAGE RATE COMPARISON-FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011. The Clerk gave an overview of said “Initial Budget Recap”, based upon the present 2009-2010 FY 8.9440 millage rate, a Health Insurance Rate Increase of 10%, and a 0% Cost of Living adjustment, from the proposed budgets of all Board Departments and Constitutional Officers of the following funds: General Fund, County Transportation Trust Fund, Capital Projects, Fine & Forfeiture Fund, Solid Waste, Recycling, Emergency Medical Services, Landfill Closure, and Fire Services. He reported a positive balance of $3,624,736 in the General Fund and a negative balance in the Fine & Forfeiture Fund in the amount of $5,015,760, with a resulting negative General Fund balance of $1,391,024.
 
 Mr. Sanders reviewed with the Board the “Operating Millage Rate Comparison” prepared by Clerk Finance with the Current Year Gross Taxable Value established by the Property Appraiser. As he explained, the Current Year Gross Taxable Value is $614,411,007, which is down from the 2009-2010 FY Taxable Value of $659,495,578, resulting in a decrease of $403,236 in Ad Valorem Proceeds for the upcoming fiscal year based upon the current 8.9440 millage rate. The table and graph of the “Ten-Year History” of taxable property values in the county also indicate a downward trend in taxable value beginning in 2008. The Clerk reported the Board must establish a Tentative Millage Rate, which once established, can only be decreased during the budget process.
 
County Building Official Wallace Bulloch presented a budget request in the amount of $159,876.16, which included an increase in a Florida Retirement System (FRS) rate increase from 8.95% to 10.77%. Also included was an estimated 10% increase in Employee Health Insurance. Mr. Bulloch stated the Capital Outlay expense of $17,514.00 should be scratched, which leaves an amended budget request in the amount of $142,162.16. 
 
The County Transporation Trust Fund (CTTF) budget request was presented by Road & Bridge Department Coordinator Robert Henderson and Office Manager Jo Williams. The Clerk gave an overview of projected CTTF revenues in the amount of $2,050,713, which support the day-to-day operations of the department. Mr. Henderson and Ms. Williams reviewed the requested expenditures, line item by line item, with particular emphasis on the following Capital Outlay needs totaling $345,500: two computers, a motor grader and a loader. Discussion followed on the possible sale of surplus equipment, including an old loader and grader. 
 
With regards to the current 2009-2010 FY budget, Mr. Henderson reported the availability of funds to purchase a new bush-cutter and announced the following quotes:
$87,688 from Gordon Tractor Co. 
$95,450 from John Deere 
$114,635 from Ring Power 
Mr. Henderson reported on-going problems with the department’s Alamo brand bush-cutter attachment to the Kubota tractor purchased from Gordon Tractor approximately a year ago. Ms. Williams reported the Ring Power Challenger tractor with Diamond bush cutter was on the Florida Sheriff’s Association bid list and was well recommended by several other county road departments. Mr. Henderson also requested a new employee if the budget permitted at a cost of $33,000, including benefits. Commissioner Martin asked for an itemized list of requested Capital Outlay items and also, a list of existing limerocked roads in the county that need additional limerock. He also asked for the revenues of Road & Bridge in performance of projects for the Senior Citizens Council and the Solid Waste/Recycling Department.
 
Discussion followed on the Capital Projects Fund with anticipated state revenues and corresponding project expenditures in the amount of $4,577,202. Mr. Sanders reported an estimated $660,000 in 5th and 6th cent gas tax revenues are not included in said revenues and expenditures at this time. 
 
Emergency Medical Services Director Juan Botino presented his department’s 2010-2011 Fiscal Year Budget Request in the amount of $1,247,485.26 and reviewed each line item with the Board. He also reviewed projected revenues in the amount of $785,050. He also reported an additional third Advanced Life Support (ALS) ambulance unit operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, would cost an additional $234,819.43. Mr. Botino also presented a paper entitled “E.M.S. Salaries” with each employee’s base salary, hourly rates, and maximum yearly earnings.
 
Mr. Botino also reviewed the County’s E-911 budget expenditure request in the amount of $107,738.49 and anticipated revenues in the amount of $123,000. 
 
Solid Waste/Recycling Coordinator Jerome Wyche presented a multi-page paper that itemized his department’s creative budget approach with increases in retirement and insurance, coupled with a reduction of approximately $8,000 from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Small County Grant. Mr. Wyche reviewed the Solid Waste Department’s projected revenues in the amount of $1,543,735 and expenditure line items that total $1,582,288. Included in requested expenditures was $155,000 in Capital Outlay for a new grappler vehicle, a used chassis to remount a hook-lift mechanism, and a mechanics truck body to be mounted on an existing vehicle. Mr. Wyche also reported anticipated revenues in the amount of $25,000 in the coming year in rebates from the Aucilla Area Regional Landfill Authority. Mr. Wyche also presented for the Board to review the Solid Waste/Recycling Recyclable Reclamations for the 2007-08 FY in the amount of 1,483.46 tons and 1,745.14 tons for the 2008-09 FY. 
 
Mr. Wyche also reviewed the proposed budgeted revenues and expenditures for Recycling in the amount of $130,000. 
 
Mr. Cherry presented the proposed Board of County Commissioners Administrative Budget request in the amount of $550,059.53. Mr. Cherry reported the only significant changes in 2010-2011 were the aforementioned increases in retirement and health insurance. Mr. Sanders reported that he asked the outside auditors this past year to separate the audit costs for each Constitutional Office and the Board of County Commissioners. The Board by consensus agreed to distribute said expenses to each Constitutional Office in the upcoming 2010-2011Fiscal Year budget. A discussion followed on county contracts for services and Commissioner Martin asked for a list of all said contracts in force at this time.
 
Mr. Cherry also presented the requested Facilities Management budget in the amount of $74,461.99 for Director Albert Barfield, who was out of town on vacation. Mr. Cherry reported again the only increases from the current fiscal year are in retirement and health insurance.
 
At the request of the Cherry Lake Volunteer Fire Department (CLVFD), Commissioner Vickers asked the Board to allow CLVFD the use of the Cherry Lake Beach Park and boat ramp for a CLVFD sponsored fishing tournament fundraiser on July 31 from 6 PM to midnight. Discussion followed on the County Ordinance that limits the number of boats using the boat ramp to the seven existing parking spaces at the park. Mr. Cherry was asked to get an opinion on the ordinance from the County Attorney for the CLVFD. 
 
At 4:20 P.M. the Chairman recessed the Budget Workshop until 9:00 A.M. on Thursday, July 8th.
 
At 9:00 A.M. on Thursday, July 8, 2010, the Vice-Chair, Honorable Renetta Parrish, called the meeting back to order to continue work on the 2010-2011 Fiscal Year Budget. Present along with the Vice-Chair were Commissioners Ellis and Vickers, along with Mr. Cherry, Mr. Sanders, and Clerk Finance Director Lessia Freeman and Assistant Finance Director Cody Tuten.
 
 Mosquito and Animal Control Coordinator Jamie Willoughby presented the proposed Mosquito Control budget in the amount of $35,267.36, which is down from the current fiscal year of $42,996.97. He also estimated the State Grant for the 2010-2011 fiscal year in the amount of $36,000.
 
Mr. Willoughby also presented the proposed Animal Control Department budget in the amount of $59,611.50, which is basically the same as last year, except for increases in retirement and health insurance. He stated with the help of Mr. Cherry, he is working with Workforce Innovations in Madison to add a much-needed new employee, where the county’s responsibility would be limited to health insurance and retirement costs.
 
Code Enforcement Director Gloria Randall presented and reviewed the proposed budget for Code Enforcement in the amount of $45,637.51. Ms. Freeman explained revenues collected through Code Enforcement benefit both the County and School District and that 40% of the Director’s salary is paid by the School District. 
 
Commissioner Martin arrived at the dais at 9:20 A.M.
 
Madison County Extension Director Diann Douglas presented and reviewed the Extension Office’s proposed budget in the amount of $159,974.32. She reported a need for a new copier and has received several quotes for lease agreements. She also asked Clerk Finance to check on the line item costs for Worker Compensation Insurance, which the University of Florida pays in full for employees.
 
Veterans Service Officer Oliver Bradley, who serves both Madison County and Jefferson County, presented a proposed Madison County budget in the amount of $52,088.24. He stated all costs associated with his office are shared equally with Jefferson County and reported what a great opportunity it was to serve the veterans of both counties. 
 
County Attorney George Reeves arrived at the dais at 9:45 A.M. to offer advisement on a couple of issues. Regarding the request by the Cherry Lake Volunteer Fire Department to use the County Cherry Lake Beach Park for staging a fishing tournament, Mr. Reeves advised the Board has the right to waive fees, but the park’s “seven-boat limit” is a County Ordinance provision. He stated if the Board desired, the limitation on the number of boats entering the lake from the park boat ramp, could be amended by changing the ordinance.
 
Another question posed by Road & Bridge Coordinator Robert Henderson was enforcement of the warranty for the bush-cutter attachment to the Kubota tractor purchased from Gordon Tractor Co. in Madison. Mr. Henderson reported the warranty expired on July 7th. Since the attachment has been a consistent problem, Mr. Reeves advised Mr. Henderson and Mr. Cherry to meet with the Gordons and follow-up with a letter to Gordon Tractor to send to the maker of the bush-cutter, Alamo, and demand a replacement or warranty extension. Having provided his services, Mr. Reeves exited at 10:15 A.M.   
 
Recreation Director Tommy Garner reviewed his department’s proposed budget in the amount of $193,465.98. He explained the US 90 Contractual Services line item, which is for umpires and part-time employees for tournaments at the Madison County Recreation Complex. 
 
 
Mr. Garner asked the Board for a new drag machine in Capital Outlay in the amount of $15,000 for the baseball and softball fields at the park.
 
Mr. Henderson and Ms. Williams returned with further information on the requested purchase of a new Challenger tractor/bush-cutter from Ring Power. Ms. Williams reported the cost to be $114,635 with a $25,000 buy-back in five (5) years on a Florida Sheriff’s Association contract price. Mr. Henderson also presented an itemized list of Capital Outlay expenditure items, and for the Board’s review, a list of limerock road projects for each Commissioner’s District. Mr. Cherry recommended the Road Department examine the Ring Power product before purchase and place consideration of purchase on the agenda for the next Regular Meeting.
 
Suwannee River Regional Library Director Danny Hales presented the Madison County Libraries Proposed Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2010-2011 for review. He stated the budget for the three libraries in the county (Greenville, Lee and Madison) is $550,375, of which $264,583 is Madison County’s actual match. He added that the only proposed increases were costs associated with the new library in Lee in the amount of $42,000 and $5,000 in administrative services to Suwannee County. In other news, Mr. Hales shared that the stimulus funding for the Broadband project offers improvements to the computer systems in Greenville, but the building’s electrical must be upgraded to take advantage of the prospect of Broadband. He said assessments of the building are taking place now by the State and he will provide more information to the Board at a later date. In closing, Mr. Hales presented a pamphlet entitled Taxpayer Return on Investment in Florida Public Libraries published by Florida Department of State Division of Library and Information Services. 
 
The Clerk reviewed with the Board the proposed Medical Examiner budget, which includes transport, in the amount of $32,608.00, and the State and County Indigent Hospital and Nursing Home Partnership Programs at an estimated cost of $369,640 to the County.
 
Mr. Sanders reported the next Budget Workshop is scheduled for July 15th to review with all the Constitutional Officers their proposed budgets.
 
The Board by consensus asked the Clerk and Commissioner Martin to meet with the Sheriff before his budget presentation next week in order to review the presentation made by the Clerk with him on projected taxable values and anticipated revenues for the upcoming fiscal year.  
 
There being no further business, the Chairman adjourned the meeting at 11:25 A.M.
 
 
Board of County Commissioners
                                                                        Madison County, Florida
 
 
By:_________________________
                                                                              Justin Hamrick, Chairman
                                                                             
ATTEST:
 
_____________________________
Tim Sanders, Clerk to the Board of
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