Agenda
City of Dunnellon
City Council Meeting
June 8, 2020, 5:30 P.M.
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Meeting ID: 924-8517-2650
Dunnellon City Council meeting will be held on June 8, 2020, 5:30 p.m. at Dunnellon City Hall with Social Distancing Modifications

Public Comment
Anyone who wishes to provide public comment will be able to do so by participating in the City Council meeting in person, or via the Zoom "AUDIO ONLY" platform and/or telephone, by speaking during public comment portions of the meeting when recognized per the instructions below or by submitting written comments, evidence and/or written testimony in advance of the meeting via email to the City Clerk at mroberts@dunnellon.org

Members of the public who would like to participate are encouraged to register in advance by Noon on Monday June 8th.  Please see instructions below on how to register.

Public input on non-agenda items will be heard at the beginning of the meeting. A three (3) minute time limit will be strictly administered.

Instructions on How to Listen and/or Participate in the Meeting
Attachment:  Meeting Instructions (PDF) 

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 so if no invitees/citizens volunteer.) 

Roll Call

Proof of Publication - Posted on the City's website and City Hall bulletin board on Monday June 01, 2020.

Council's Comments Regarding Agenda
Public Comments on non-agenda items - 3 minute time limit

CONSENT AGENDA 
Accept public comment on consent agenda items prior to making a motion.

(Note: Motion to approve items on the consent agenda is a motion to approve the recommended actions.) 


 

Consent Agenda Approval

PROPOSED MOTION:  I move the consent agenda be approved as presented.
 

Regular Agenda

2.

Public Hearing - Ordinance #ORD2020-05, Comprehensive Plan Amendment #CPA2020-03, Aquifer Protection Element and Well/Wellhead Protection Zone Map (Posted on the City's Website on May 21, 2020 and advertised in the Riverland News on May 28, 2020 and in the Ocala Star Banner on June 3, 2020)


3.

First Reading Ordinance #ORD2020-05, Transmittal of Comprehensive Plan Amendment #CPA2020-03, Aquifer Protection Element and Well/Wellhead Protection Zone Map

Proposed Motion: I move Ordinance #ORD2020-05 be read by title only.

Proposed Motion: I move Ordinance #ORD2020-05 be approved and authorize transmittal of #CPA2020-03 documents to DEO and other agencies.

4.

Public Hearing - Ordinance ORD2020-06, Land Development Regulations - Chapter 98 - Subdivisions and Land Development (Posted on the City's website on May 21, 2020 and Advertised in the Riverland News on May 28, 2020 and in the Ocala Star Banner on June 3, 2020)


5.

First Reading Ordinance ORD2020-06, Land Development Regulations - Chapter 98 - Subdivisions and Land Development

Proposed Motion: I move Ordinance #ORD2020-06 be read by title only.

Proposed Motion: I move Ordinance #ORD2020-06 be approved.

6.

Presentation - Rainbow Springs Infrastructure Development Project update - Will Fontaine, FGUA and Michael Stanley with Kimley-Horn

7.

First Reading Ordinance ORD2020-08, Adopting a Police Impact Fee Study (Posted on the City's website on May 28, 2020)

Proposed Motion:  I move Ordinance #ORD2020-08 be read by title only.

Proposed Motion:  I move Ordinance #ORD2020-08 be approved.
8.

Presentation - Draft Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for FY2020/21-2024/25 - Anton Schauerte, Ocala Marion TPO

To view Draft FY 20-25 TIP click on the following Link



9.

First Reading Ordinance ORD2020-07 for Application #PZ2020-111 by the City of Dunnellon Requesting a Rezone REZ2020-02 for 11808 N. Ohio St. Parcel 3380-1359-00, Consisting of Lots 1359, 1360, 1361, 1362, 1363 and 1364 from Residential Business Office (RBO) to Public (P) (Posted on the City's website on May 21, 2020)

Proposed Motion:  I move Ordinance #ORD2020-07  be read by title only.

Proposed Motion:  I move Ordinance #ORD2020-07 be approved.
10.

Interview Applicants to Date for Vacant Council Seat #5 as Listed below in alphabetical order (application deadline June 22nd, any further applicants to be interviewed at the July 8th workshop)

  • Dugan, W.J.
  • Dunn, Wallace, II
Backup available to public upon request.  Applications are not ADA compliant for website posting.
11.

Agreement AGR2020-06/Lease LEA2020-02, OpticalTel Lease Renewal 2020-2023

Proposed Motion:  I move Mayor be authorized to sign the proposed renewal contract #AGR2020-06/Lease #LEA2020-02 with OpticalTel.
12.

Authorization to Remedy Small Ground Depression

Proposed Motion:  I move the Mayor be authorized to sign Agreements #AGR-2020-16 with Foundation Services and #AGR2020-17 with Geo-Tech, Inc. for the remediation of the ground depression identified as needing immediate resolve therefore waiving any bid requirements per Ordinance #ORD2015-08 Purchasing Policy, Sec. 2-382, Emergency Purchases (1).
13.

Review Golf Cart Ordinance #ORD2020-09 Amending "Chapter 66" - Golf Cart Regulations

14.

Emergency Management Update - Chief McQuaig, Emergency Management Coordinator

15.

Council Liaison Reports and Comments

16.

City Attorney's Report

  • Update - Dock Numbering Ordinance
17.

City Administrator's Report

Documents:
  1. 20200608.pdf
18.

Adjourn

Proposed Motion:  I move the City Council meeting be adjourned.
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