Agenda
City of Dunnellon
Special City Council Workshop 
20750 River Drive, Dunnellon, FL 34431
February 12, 2020 
3:30 p.m.


PLEASE NOTE: Individuals wishing to address City Council are required to sign in at the beginning of the meeting or you will not be recognized. A three-minute time limit will be strictly administered. You may address the Council one time only unless you are scheduled to speak on the agenda.

PLEASE TURN CELL PHONES OFF.

Call to Order

Pledge of Allegiance


Opening Prayer/Moment of Silence
(suggested time limit: 1 minute Mayor to request if any invitee is present to open with prayer; if no invitee is present, Mayor will ask if a Dunnellon citizen will volunteer. If no volunteers, a moment of silence will be offered. If a citizen outside of Dunnellon requests to open with prayer, (s)he may do so if no invitees/citizens volunteer.)

Roll Call

Proof of Publication
(Posted on City's website and City Hall bulletin board on Wednesday, February 5, 2020)

One or more members of the same City of Dunnellon advisory board may attend this meeting and may speak to Council.

1.

Nine Island Cove Properties - Request of Council to Consider Making Application to the State of Florida for Placement on the Florida Forever "A" List and Possible Acquisition

  • Council Recap and Discussion
  • Review Nine Island Cove Park Goals and Questions - Paul Marraffino
  • Review History of Nine Island Cove - Dwight Porter
  • Public Comments
  • Closing Remarks - Council and Staff
     

Any Person Requiring a Special Accommodation at This Hearing Because of a Disability or Physical Impairment Should Contact the City Clerk at (352) 465-8500  at Least 48 Hours Prior to the Proceeding.  If a Person Desires to Appeal Any Decision with Respect to Any Matter Considered at the Above Meeting or Hearing, He or She Will Need a Record of the Proceeding, and for Such Purpose, He or She May Need to Ensure That a Verbatim Record of the Proceedings Is Made, Which Includes the Testimony and Evidence Upon Which the Appeal Is to Be Based.  The City Is Not Responsible for Any Mechanical Failure of Recording Equipment.