November 1, 2012

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November 1, 2012

TOWN OF INDIALANTIC
Brevard County, Florida 32903
CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD MEETING
November 1, 2012 Council Chambers at 6:00 p.m.
MINUTES 13-01

PRESENT
Ronald David Frye, Chairman
Todd Harrison, Vice-Chairman
Henry Adams, Member
Orlando Brillante, Member
Joseph G. Colombo, Sr., Prosecuting Attorney
Paul Gougelman, Town Attorney
Clifford Stokes, Building Official & Code Enforcement Officer
Jennifer M. Fortin, Secretary

ABSENT
Ronald Campbell, Member (excused)

1. CALL TO ORDER AT 6:00 P.M.
Chairman Frye called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m.

2. ROLL CALL
The secretary called the roll.

3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES
September 5, 2012; 12-05

Mr. Adams moved to approve the minutes with corrections. Mr. Brillante seconded. Motion carried unanimously.

4. OPENING STATEMENT
Chairman Frye read the opening statement.

5. VIOLATION HEARINGS

6. OTHER

7. REPORT OF COMPLIANCE WITH PREVIOUS ORDERS

8. REPORT OF NON COMPLIANCE WITH PREVIOUS ORDERS

9. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A. Repeat Violator Case Number 09-013
Thomas Patas, 1615 South Miramar Avenue, Indialantic, Florida 32903
Town Code Section 17-121(2.5)(b) – “R-I-A” Single-Family Residence

Attorney Gougelman swore in Mr. Stokes and Mr. Colombo qualified him as an expert in code enforcement and building inspection.

Attorney Colombo submitted the following into evidence:

Attorney Gougelman swore in Thomas Patas.

Mr. Patas stated he had taken the rental off the short-term rental list. He also noted he had a signed lease for a rental from December 12, 2012 until June 13, 2013.

Attorney Colombo requested a copy of the lease agreement for the rental.

Attorney Colombo recommended finding the respondent guilty of a short-term rental for July 2012, which is now in compliance, with no fine. If the property comes into violation again, it would be deemed as a repeat violator.

Chairman Frye moved to find the respondent guilty of a short-term rental for July 2012, with no fine. If the property comes into violation again, it would be deemed as a repeat violator. Mr. Adams seconded. Motion carried unanimously.

10. NEW BUSINESS

11. ADJOURNMENT
The Board adjourned at 6:17 p.m.

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Ron Frye, Chairperson

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Jennifer M. Fortin, Secretary