Roll Call
Roll Call
Call to Order
TURN OFF OR SILENCE ALL CELL PHONES
Prayer/Pledge of Allegiance
Introduction of Elected Officials
Set/Amend
Public Forum for Non-Agenda Items
Consent Agenda-Motion to Approve
1. DOC-2017-151 : Accounts and Warrants Drawn Per Schedule of Bills Payable. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

Motion to approve accounts and warrants drawn according to Schedule(s) of Bills Payable October 11, 2017 – October 24, 2017.

SUMMARY:

 

BACKGROUND:

Check Warrants as follows:  Seacoast National Bank Consolidated Fund, Wire Transfers, Bank Drafts, Payroll Fund, and Check # 229776 - 229952; Payroll Clearing Fund wire drafts; Local Housing-SHIP Fund Check # 940 - 946; Utilities Capital Fund drafts and Check # 361; Turner Center Manual Check # N/A.

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. AP Check Report Warrants 10-11-17 to 10-24-17
2. DOC-2017-152 : Minutes of August 22, 2017 BOCC Public Meeting; September 26, 2017 BOCC Public Meeting and October 10, 2017 BOCC Public Meeting. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

To approve Minutes of August 22, 2017 BOCC Public Meeting; September 26, 2017 BOCC Public Meeting and October 10, 2017 BOCC Public Meeting.

SUMMARY:

 

BACKGROUND:

 

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. 08-22-17 BOCC Public Meeting
b. 09-26-17 BOCC Public Meeting
c. 10-10-17 BOCC Public Meeting
3. DOC-2017-153 : Approval of 2017/2018 Small County Grant Application. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

Motion to approve and sign the Small County Waste Grant Application as presented.

SUMMARY:

The Small County Waste Grant Application is the first step of many for State reimbursement for Landfill equipment. The Small County Waste Grant Application is vital to moving forward with payment requests.

BACKGROUND:

The DeSoto County Landfill leases two pieces of equipment from Caterpillar Financial Corporation as well as one piece of equipment from Santander Financial. The State of Florida will reimburse up to $90,909.00 of payments made on this necessary equipment. This state funding has been utilized for several years to assist with equipment costs.

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. 2017-2018 Small County Grant Application
b. 2017-2018 Small County Grant Work Plan Attachment
4. DOC-2017-154 : Public Safety Director Appointment Confirmation. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

Motion to confirm the appointment of Chad Jorgensen to the Public Safety Director position.

SUMMARY:

Confirmation of appointment to a Director position.

BACKGROUND:

State law requires that the Board of County Commissioners confirm the Administrators appointment of personnel to Director positions. Mr. Chad Jorgensen was appointed to the position of Interim Public Safety Director on August 8th earlier this year.   During his short interim tenure, Mr. Jorgensen has exhibited great skill and knowledge in carrying out duties in everyday operations and during Hurricane Irma.

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. Chad Jorgensen Employment Contract
5. DOC-2017-155 : Southern Strategies State Lobbying Services amendment for lobbying services for an additional year. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

Motion to approve the Amendment for lobbying services with Southern Strategy Group for an additional year.

SUMMARY:

One year contract extension/renewal

BACKGROUND:

The County competitively solicited for state lobbying services in 2014 and selected Southern Strategy Group to perform services. The original contract term was for a one year period, with five additional one year terms.  This extension will be the 3rd of the 5 available under the current contract. I recommend approval based on our positive experiences working with Southern Strategy Group to date.

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. SSG Extention 3
6. DOC-2017-156 : Approval of Lease Agreement for Health Department Clinic Space. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

Motion to approve the lease agreement for Health Department clinic space.

SUMMARY:

Five year lease agreement to maintain existing space for Health Department.

BACKGROUND:

Five years ago the County negotiated lease space for the DeSoto County Health Departments expanded needs. The Lease terms included an annual lease payment of $40,000 for year one and $48,000 for years 2-5, subject to budget appropriations beyond year one. The County did not budget beyond $40,000 for the full five year term of the lease, which expired on October 31, 2017. The lease presented is a five year lease at $50,000 per year, with a provision that the County may terminate at the conclusion of year three with a written twelve-month notice under certain circumstances. Approval of this item will require a budget amendment providing for an additional 10,000 per year beyond the current budgeted amount of $40,000 per year.

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. Health Dept Lease 11 1 17 (2)
7. DOC-2017-157 : 2017/18 FDLE Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program. Adopted By Consent Vote [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

Motion to accept to serve as the coordinating unit of government for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement‘s Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program and to approve the funding distribution.

SUMMARY:

Accept to serve as a coordinating agency for law enforcement Grant funds and to approve distribution of funds as follows:  DeSoto County Sheriff’s Office-$25,200 and City of Arcadia Police Department $16,800.

BACKGROUND:

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) anticipates funding from the US Department of Justice for the 2017 JAG funds. An amount of $42,000 has been set aside for governments in DeSoto County. Funding is split by jurisdictions through consensus on expenditure of funds.  The certificate of participation form provides the County with the opportunity to accept or decline the role as the coordinating unit of government for the program. FDLE recommends that the Board of County Commissioners serve in this capacity; however, if the County were to decline to serve, FDLE would request that a municipality serve in this capacity.  The Board has historically agreed to serve in this capacity, with the Coordinator being a Sheriff’s office employee. Staff recommends consistent action.

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. Edward Byrns JAG
Presentations
8. Proclamation/Childrens Guardian Fund Day Presented

REQUESTED

MOTION:

To Proclaim Friday, November 17, 2017 as Children’s Guardian Fund Day.

SUMMARY:

Children’s Guardian Fund was incorporated as a nonprofit organization on November 17, 1995 for the 12th Judicial Circuit to raise money to enhance the lives of abused, neglected and abandoned children assigned to the Guardian ad Litem program.

BACKGROUND:

The Board of County Commissioners received a request from the Children’s Guardian Fund Board to Proclaim November 17, 2017 as Children’s Guardian Fund Day.

 

Proclamation

DeSoto County, Florida

 

WHEREAS, the Children’s Guardian Fund was incorporated as a nonprofit organization on November 17, 1995 for the 12th Judicial Circuit which includes DeSoto, Sarasota and Manatee Counties; and

 

WHEREAS, the Children’s Guardian Fund was created to raise money to enhance the lives of abused, neglected and abandoned children assigned to the Guardian ad Litem program; and

 

WHEREAS, the Children’s Guardian Fund provides not only for enrichment activities such as summer camp, dance and art classes, team sports and swimming lessons but also for needs such as academic tutoring, eye glasses and job-training for youth aging-out of foster care; and

 

NOW, THEREFORE, THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA hereby proclaim Friday, November 17, 2017 as

 

 

CHILDREN’S GUARDIAN FUND DAY

 

And urge all citizens to celebrate this day.

 

 

 

                                                                                                  BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

                                                                                                  DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

 

                                                                                                  ________________________________

                                                                                                  Elton A. Langford

                                                                                                  Chairman

 

ATTEST:

 

 

______________________

Mandy Hines

County Administrator

 

documentProclamation Printout
9. Proclamation/Farm-City Week Presented

REQUESTED

MOTION:

To Proclaim November 15-22, 2017 as Farm-City Week.

SUMMARY:

This Proclamation is to commend the many Florida farmers and ranchers whose hard work and ingenuity provide us with food abundance and reflect the true spirit of our state and nation.

BACKGROUND:

Florida farmers and ranchers help feed the world by producing a bounty of nutritious foods. To do this, they rely on essential partnerships with urban and suburban communities to supply, sell and deliver finished products to consumers across Florida and around the globe.

 

DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA

PROCLAMATION

 

 

WHEREAS, Florida farmers and ranchers help feed the world by producing a bounty of nutritious foods. To do this, they rely on essential partnerships with urban and suburban communities to supply, sell and deliver finished products to consumers across Florida and around the globe; and

 

WHEREAS, Rural and urban communities working together have built our nation’s rich agricultural resources so that they contribute to the health and well-being of our country and the strength of our economy; and

 

WHEREAS, During National Farm-City Week, we recognize the importance of this cooperative network. Agriculture employs more than 2 million workers, including farmers and ranchers, shippers, processors, marketers, retailers, inspectors and others who contribute an annual impact of $127 billion to Florida’s economy; and

 

WHEREAS, as they perform their daily work, farmers and ranchers preserve freshwater recharge areas, wildlife habitat and greenspace. Consumers help farm families maintain their superior natural resource conservation practices by purchasing Florida agricultural products; and

 

WHEREAS, Farm-City Week activities celebrate the mutually beneficial relationships that support the quality of life we all enjoy. This week, as we gather with family and friends around the Thanksgiving table, we count these relationships among our many blessings; and             

 

WHEREAS, we commend the many Floridians whose hard work and ingenuity provide us with food abundance and reflect the true spirit of our state and nation; and             

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLAIMED that the Board of County Commissioners, DeSoto County, Florida by virtue of the authority vested in us, do hereby proclaim November 15-22, 2017 as

 

 

          FARM-CITY WEEK

 

 

BE IT FURTHER PROCLAIMED, we call upon all citizens to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of all those who, working together, produce and supply our community, our nation and the world with an abundance of agricultural products.

 

 

                            BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ATTEST:                                                                      DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

 

________________________                                          ____________________________________

Mandy Hines                                                                      Elton A. Langford

County Administrator                                                        Chairman

 

documentProclamation Printout
Regular Business
10. 2017-93 : Resolution/Budget Amendment Adopted [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

To adopt the resolution relating to the attached budget amendments affecting the 2016/17 adopted budget.

SUMMARY:

The resolution will approve the additions, corrections and redistribution of the 2016/17 budget.

BACKGROUND:

Budget amendments are an ongoing process throughout the fiscal year that more clearly defines the actual revenue and expenses.

 

DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2017- ___

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016/17; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Desoto County, Florida (“the Board”) adopted an annual budget for Fiscal Year 2016/17 as required by Florida law; and

 

WHEREAS, since its adoption, the Board has examined the adopted budget for Fiscal Year 2016/17 and finds that amendments and supplements to the budget are necessary; and

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS:

 

              Section 1.  That the foregoing “WHEREAS” clauses are ratified and confirmed as being true and correct and are hereby incorporated as part of this Resolution.

 

              Section 2. That the adopted budget for Fiscal Year 2016/17 is hereby amended and supplemented as provided in Budget Amendment 2017-192, 2017-193, 2017-194.

 

              Section 3.  That this Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.

 

                            PASSED AND ADOPTED this 14th day of November, 2017.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                        BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ATTEST:                                                                                                                                                 OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

___________________________                                            By:_________________________

              Mandy Hines                                                                                                           Elton A. Langford

              County Administrator                                                                                                                              Chairman

 

 

 

Approved as to form and legal sufficiency:

 

____________________________

              Donald D. Conn

              County Attorney

 

documentResolution Printout
a. Summary and Narrtive
b. 2017-192 Supervisor of Elections
c. 2017-193 Sheriff L.E.T.
d. 2017-194 Landfill Reserve Trust
11. 2017-94 : Resolution/Budget Amendment Adopted [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

To adopt the resolution relating to the attached budget amendments affecting the 2017/18 adopted budget.

SUMMARY:

The resolution will approve the additions, corrections and redistribution of the 2017/18 budget.

BACKGROUND:

Budget amendments are an ongoing process throughout the fiscal year that more clearly defines the actual revenue and expenses.

 

DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2017- ___

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING AND SUPPLEMENTING THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017/18; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners of Desoto County, Florida (“the Board”) adopted an annual budget for Fiscal Year 2017/18 as required by Florida law; and

 

WHEREAS, since its adoption, the Board has examined the adopted budget for Fiscal Year 2017/18 and finds that amendments and supplements to the budget are necessary; and

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS:

 

              Section 1.  That the foregoing “WHEREAS” clauses are ratified and confirmed as being true and correct and are hereby incorporated as part of this Resolution.

 

              Section 2. That the adopted budget for Fiscal Year 2017/18 is hereby amended and supplemented as provided in Budget Amendment 2018-5, and 2018-10.

 

              Section 3.  That this Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.

 

                            PASSED AND ADOPTED this 14th day of November, 2017.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                        BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

ATTEST:                                                                                                                                                 OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

___________________________                                            By:_________________________

              Mandy Hines                                                                                                           Elton A. Langford

              County Administrator                                                                                                                              Chairman

 

 

 

Approved as to form and legal sufficiency:

 

____________________________

              Donald D. Conn

              County Attorney

                           

documentResolution Printout
a. Summary and Narrative
b. 2018-05 Special Assessments
c. 2018-10 Development
12. DOC-2017-158 : Agreement/FDAC Mosquito Control Agreement. Approved [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

To approve Agreement with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for Mosquito Control Services and authorization for Chairman to execute Agreement.

SUMMARY:

Staff is requesting approval of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Agreement for Mosquito Control Services.

BACKGROUND:

The County received the State Financial Assistance Recipient Agreement from the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services with a time frame of October 1, 2017 through September 30, 2018 Mosquito Control Services in the amount of $31,540.00. The County’s  match is $7,885.00

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. Mosquito Control Agreement 024780 2017-18
13. DOC-2017-159 : Donation/DeSoto Cares Approved [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

To approve the donation of two County-owned lots, which have been deemed suitable for affordable housing to DeSoto Cares Homeless Services.

SUMMARY:

DeSoto Cares has made a formal request for two lots from the County’s affordable housing inventory to be donated to their non-profit.  The two lots are un-buildable and are located adjacent to property DeSoto Cares has acquired. Recently DeSoto Cares has acquired the property to help with homelessness. DeSoto Cares is a non-profit which supports the homeless by providing basic services such as showers, laundry, personal care items, clothing, mailboxes, phone and internet.

BACKGROUND:

Pursuant to Section 125.379 of the Florida Statutes, the County is required to inventory and list properties which the County holds fee simple title and would be appropriate for affordable housing.  The two lots are listed on the County’s surplus lands inventory for this purpose.  DeSoto Cares will be responsible for all closing cost and recording fees.

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. DeSoto Cares Homeless Services Letter of Request
b. DeSoto Cares Requested Lot Donations
14. 2017-95 : Resolution/Set public hearing to vacate a portion of an alley and road Adopted [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

Adopt a Resolution as presented setting a December 12, 2017 public hearing to close and abandon a portion of an alley and road right-of-way in the King and Baker Subdivision.

SUMMARY:

Land Development Regulations (LDR) Section 20-1772 requires the Board of County Commissioners by Resolution to schedule a public hearing date where a vacation right-of-way application can be heard. 

BACKGROUND:

Iglesia Cristina Pacto de Fe, located at 1218 South Hillsborough Avenue has filed a vacation right-of-way application and fee to close and abandon a portion of an alley and road right-of-way in the King and Baker Subdivision.  The LDR provides that the Board of County Commissioners must schedule a public hearing date where the vacation right-of-way application can be heard.  The Resolution proposes to set the public hearing for the Board’s December 12th, 2017 public hearing.

 

DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

RESOLUTION NO. 2017 - ___

 

A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA, DECLARING A PUBLIC HEARING ON DECEMBER 12TH, 2017 FOR THE PURPOSE OF HEARING A VACATION OF RIGHTS-OF-WAY APPLICATION (VR 2016-01) FILED ON BEHALF OF IGLESIA CRISTIANA PACTO DE FE, INC. TO CLOSE AND ABANDON AN ALLEY RIGHT-OF-WAY AND A PORTION OF A ROAD RIGHT-OF-WAY AS DESCRIBED HEREIN; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

WHEREAS, DeSoto County Board of County Commissioners of DeSoto County, Florida, is setting a public hearing to be held pursuant to Chapter 336, Florida Statutes, in consideration of closing and abandoning and alley and a portion of a road; and

 

WHEREAS, the notice of public hearing was set in compliance with DeSoto County Land Development Regulations Section 14203 F; and

 

WHEREAS, the Board finds adoption of this resolution is in the best interest of the residents of DeSoto County, Florida.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS:

 

              Section 1.  The foregoing “WHEREAS” clauses are ratified and confirmed as being true and correct and are hereby incorporated by reference as part of this Resolution.

 

              Section 2.   A public hearing to consider closure and abandonment of an alley and a portion of a road described in “Exhibit A” and sketched in Exhibit “B” will be held on December 12th, 2017, at 6:30 pm, or as soon thereafter as practical, in the Commission Room of the DeSoto County Administration Building.

 

              Section  3.  In the event that any portion of this resolution is found in conflict with other provisions of the Land Development Regulations or is, for any reason, held invalid or unconstitutional by any court or competent jurisdiction, such holding shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision, and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portions of this resolution.

 

              Section  4.   This Resolution shall take effect immediately upon its adoption.

 

                            PASSED AND ADOPTED this 14th day of November, 2017.

 

ATTEST:                                                                                                                                                          BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

                                                                                                                                                                                      OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA

 

 

                                                                     

 

_____________________________                                                        __________________________

Mandy Hines                                                                                                                                                                        Elton A. Langford

County Administrator                                                                                                                                            Chairman

 

 

 

______________________________

Donald D. Conn

County Attorney

 

 


Exhibit “A”

 

The portion of the public alley and road rights-of-way to be closed and abandoned are legally described as follows:

 

That certain 10.00 foot wide alley lying within block 23, King and Baker subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 105 of the public records of DeSoto County, Florida;

 

Together with:

 

That 50.00 foot wide portion of First Street lying East of Block 23 and lying West of Block 24, and lying South of Olive Street and North of Hargrave Street, Less that portion of the East half (1/2) of First Street lying West of Lots 7 and 8, Block 24, and lying South of the Westerly projection of the North line of Lot 7, Block 24, King and Baker Subdivision, as recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 105 of the public records of DeSoto County, Florida.


Exhibit “B”

 

 

 

2

 

documentResolution Printout
15. DOC-2017-160 : Amendment/USCA for Arcadia 70/31 Property Owners Assoc. Approved [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

To approve an amendment to reduce reserved Water and Wastewater ERU’s from fifteen (15) to nine (9) for Arcadia 70/31 Property Owners Association, Inc., Arcadia Properties, LLC, Keystone Arcadia, LLC, and Penn Arcadia, LLC.

SUMMARY:

Arcadia 70/31Property Owners has developed the Arcadia Crossing Plaza and is now renting most of the spaces.  The property owners are also anticipating selling the property previously purchased from Cemex and will have no need to reserved ERU’s for this parcel.  They are requesting a reduction of Water & Wastewater ERU’s from fifteen (15) to nine (9).

BACKGROUND:

Arcadia 70/31 Property Owners entered into a Utility Service & Conveyance Agreement to reserve thirty two (32) Water and Wastewater ERU’s in the DeSoto County Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility and DeSoto County Public Water Supply System on July 28, 2015.  DeSoto County Utilities has been reducing the number of reserved ERU’s as each parcel was developed.  The current total of reserved Water and Wastewater ERU’s is fifteen (15).  Effective November 14, 2017 the property owners are requesting a reduction from fifteen (15) ERU’s to nine (9) ERU’s since most of the stores within the Arcadia Crossing Shopping Plaza are being occupied and those occupants are paying monthly water and wastewater bills to DeSoto County Utilities.  Also, the property owners are anticipating selling the property previously purchased from Cemex and will no longer need reserved ERU’s for this parcel.                 

 

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. USCA Amendment - Arcadia Property Owners Assoc.
16. DOC-2017-161 : Legislative Project Award LP 14026 Approved [Unanimous]

REQUESTED

MOTION:

Motion to approve agreement number LP14026 in the form of a standard grant agreement with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for Lake Suzy area wastewater modifications.

SUMMARY:

Grant agreement for water project fund legislative award in the amount of $500,000

BACKGROUND:

The Florida legislature appropriated $500,000 to DeSoto County for wastewater system improvements in the past legislative session in the amount of $500,000. Funds will be utilized to install a new wastewater lift station and to upgrade an existing lift station. These two lift stations will provide pumping capacity for wastewater flow from the Lake Suzy area to the County’s main wastewater plant on Highway 31, current project estimates exceed the amount of the award; however, the project has not been competitively bid yet. This is the second phase of this project.  Approximately 2 years ago, funds were appropriated and used to install the necessary piping for the project. Final project requirements include some modifications to the County’s wastewater treatment plant to handle the additional wastewater flow. Once all work is complete, the County will decommission the Lake Suzy area wastewater treatment plant that was acquired by the County from a private utility company.

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
a. LP14026 DeSoto County Grant Agreement and Attachments
17. Selection/ Chair-Vice Chair

REQUESTED

MOTION:

 

SUMMARY:

Every year in November the Board of County Commissioners vote for a new Chairman and Vice Chairman.

BACKGROUND:

 

 

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documentAgenda Item Printout
Administrator's Report
County Attorney's Report
Board Member Comments
Adjournment