April 19, 2011

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April 19, 2011

TOWN OF INDIALANTIC
Brevard County, Florida 32903
REGULAR TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
April 19, 2011 Town Hall
AGENDA NO. 11-08

I. CALL TO ORDER AT 7:00 PM

Hon. Dave Berkman, Mayor
Hon. Loren Goldfarb, Deputy Mayor
Hon. Chris Campbell, Councilmember
Hon. Stuart Glass, Councilmember
Hon. Randy Greer, Councilmember

II. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

III. 2009/2010 AUDIT PRESENTATION – Debbie Goode, Hoyman Dobson

IV. PUBLIC

A. Presentation of a Community Partnership Award to the Indialantic Police Department – Dr. Jack Sidoran, Department of Children and Families

B. Others

V. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS

A. There are currently openings, including reappointments, on the on the Budget and Finance Committee, Code Enforcement Board, Heritage Committee and Parks, Recreation and Beautification Committee

B. There will be openings, including reappointments, on the Civil Service Board, General Employees Pension Board, Parks, Recreation and Beautification Committee and Zoning and Planning Board in May

C. The Zoning and Planning Board will be reviewing the sign ordinance on Tuesday, April 26th at 5:30 pm

VI. CONSENT AGENDA

A. Minutes No. 11-07 – Regular Meeting – March 15, 2011

B. Approval for the Town to apply for a historical marker for the Bahama Beach Club/Indialantic Casino in Nance Park (Requested by the Heritage Committee)

C. Resolution 11-06 relating to beach parking permit fees

D. Authorization for the Town Manager to approve out of state travel for the Fire Chief and/or a paramedic for the purpose of securing a ladder truck

VII. APPOINTMENTS

A. Budget and Finance Committee – 1 opening. Eugene Terkoski would like to be reappointed. Application received from Dick Dunn and Lisa Frazier

B. Heritage Committee – 4 openings. Carol Andren, Denise Bozeman and Jenifer Marx would like to be reappointed

C. Parks, Recreation and Beautification Committee – 3 openings. Application received from Dick Dunn

VIII. ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS

A. Ordinance 11-06 – Amending Sections 10-13.2 and 10-13.4 relating to sound amplifying equipment

1. Second reading – by title only
2. Public hearing and adoption

B. Ordinance 11-07 – Amending Sections 6-168 and 6-172 relating to alarm systems

1. Second reading – by title only
2. Public hearing and adoption

C. Ordinance 11-08 – Amending Section 17-100 relating to private driveways in residence districts

1. Second reading – by title only
2. Public hearing and adoption

D. Ordinance 11-10 – Amending Section 8-46 relating to lot clearing

1. First reading – by title only
2. Public hearing and adoption on first reading

E. Ordinance 11-11 – Amending Sec. 15-18 relating to parking fines

1. First reading – by title only
2. Public hearing and adoption on first reading

IX. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A. Acceptance of the report from Councilmember Glass regarding decorative lights on Fifth Avenue

X. NEW BUSINESS

A. Discussion and possible action regarding allocating $200 of the Witch Way 5k net revenue provided for park projects to the Lily Park planting effort

B. Discussion and possible action regarding the speed limit on Magnolia Drive from Orlando Blvd. to Miami Avenue

XI. ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS

A. Report from Town Manager
Statistical Reports – March, 2011

B. Report from Town Attorney

XII. REPORTS

A. Mayor Berkman
B. Deputy Mayor Goldfarb
C. Councilmember Campbell
D. Councilmember Glass
E. Councilmember Greer

XIII. ADJOURNMENT

PURSUANT TO SECTION 286.0105, FLORIDA STATUTES, THE TOWN HEREBY ADVISES THE PUBLIC THAT: IF A PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THIS BOARD, AGENCY, OR COUNCIL WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT ITS MEETING OR HEARING, HE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND THAT FOR SUCH PURPOSE, AFFECTED PERSONS 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 BASED. THIS NOTICE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE CONSENT BY THE TOWN FOR THE INTRODUCTION OR ADMISSION INTO EVIDENCE OF OTHERWISE INADMISSIBLE OR IRRELEVANT EVIDENCE, NOR DOES IT AUTHORIZE CHALLENGES OR APPEALS NOT OTHERWISE ALLOWED BY LAW