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AGENDA

CITY COUNCIL MEETING


April 3, 20 17
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4:30 o'clock p.m.
City o f Palms

FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL


Mayor Ward 1 Ward2 Ward3 Ward4 WardS Ward6
Randall P. Teresa Johnny W. Terolyn P. Michael Forrest Gaile H.
Henderson , Jr. Watkins Streets, Jr. Watson Flanders Banks Anthony
Brown

OSCAR M. CORBIN, JR. CITY HALL, 2200 SECOND STREET


FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
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CALL TO ORDER

Opening Prayer

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United


States of America

Roll Call

PROCLAMATIONS AND SPECIAL


PRESENTATIONS

1. Presentation to the 2016 Employee of the


Year

2. Presentation on the Horizon Council by


Christopher Spiro, Chief Executive
Officer, Spiro and Associate s

3. Proclamation proclaiming April 2017 as


National Healthcare Decisions Month

PUBLIC INPUT - NON-PUBLIC HEARING


AGENDA ITEMS: (Four (4) minute time limit
per speaker)

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AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
April3, 2017
4:30 o'clock p.m.
Cit)' of Palms

Public Hearings: (There are no public hearings) I


(Public input will be heard during the public
hearing)
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CONSENT AGENDA (Item Nos . 4 -13)

Any Council Member may have an item


removed from the consent agenda and placed
on the regular agenda for discussion
following the consent agenda.

4. Minutes of the regular City Council


meeting held on March 6, 2017

5. Approve Change Order No. 2, in the


amount of $6,721.16, to Construction
Contract #57-14-15 with Southwest
Utility Systems, Inc. for Aqua Shores
Infrastructure Improvements, reducing
the contract amount fr om $1,109,447 to
$1 , 102,725.84, closing out the project
and releasing final payment including
retainage in th e amount of $11,029.77
(Ward 1)

6. Change Order No. 1, in the amount of


$154, 122 .04, to Task Authorization No.3,
to Agreement Between Owner and
Construction Manager-At-Risk-
Continuing Contract, Request for
Qualifications No . 12-27- 12-PW, with
AIM Construction Contracting, LLC for
Evans Avenue Waterline Improvements
decreasing the contract from
$ 1,983,137.93 to $1,829,015.89 and
increasing the contract time by 90 days to
a completion date of December 7, 2016;
project close out and release of final
payment and retainage in the amount of
$96,568.92 (Ward 3 , Ward 4 , and Ward 5)

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AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
April 3, 2017
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4:30 o'clock p.m.
City of Palms

CONSENT AGENDA- Continued

7. Utilization of City of Jacksonville Request


for Proposal P-38- 15 for Registry of
Vacant/ Abandoned Properties with
Community Champions Corporation

8. Utilization of City of Naples Request for


Proposal No. 16-014, Building Permit
Inspection and Plan Review Services in an
estimated annual expenditure of
$200,000

9. Single source procurement of three


wastewater mixing units, in the total
amount of $100,665, from SPX Flow
Technology - Ligh tnin

10. Acceptance and maintenance of potable


water and sanitary sewer utilities for
Bridgetown at the Plantation Phases 3-3,
3-4, and 3-9 at 11403 Treeline Avenue
from Centex Homes (Ward 6)

11. Acceptance and maintenance of potable


water and sanitary sewer utilities for
Arborwood Preserve Phase 1 Subdivision
at 12005 Commerce Lakes Drive, from
WCI Communities, LLC (Ward 6)

12. Amendment 2 to the City of Fort Myers


Employee Policies and Procedures Manual ,
Section 3.12 Service Awards and Employee
Recognition Program and Section
6.09 Workplace Conduct

13. Work Experience Worksite Agreement


with Southwest Florida Workforce
Development Board, Inc. effective July 1,
2017, through June 30, 2018

PUBLIC HEARINGS (on or about 5:15 o'clock


p.m. or as soon thereafter as can be heard)

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AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
April 3, 2017
4:30 o'clock p.m.
City of Palms

CITY COUNCIL COMMENTS AND ITEMS FOR


CONSIDERATION

14. Discuss possible purchase of property for


sale at 2406-2420 Cortez Boulevard for
City use as a new street right-of-way, new
storm water retention, and new police
sub-station

15. Reappointment of Eileen Kelly Gabourel


to the Local Affordable Housing Advisory
Committee as at large member and
residential home builder representative,
term effective May 19, 2017, through
May 18, 2020

16. Reappointment of John A. Noland ,


Esquire, as Resident Trustee to the Police
Officers' Retirement System Board of
Trustees, term effective April 16, 201 7 ,
through April 15, 2019

17. Report of 37 vacancies on citizens


advisory boards

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AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
April 3, 2017
4:30 o'clock p.m.
City of Palms

PERMISSION TO ADVERTISE

18. Accept proposal, in the amount of


$13,363, from Samuel L. Lurie TR for
Samuel L. Lurie Trust, for the purchase of
vacant property located at 2831 Dr.
Martin Luther King. Jr. Boulevard, a
50 foot by 95 foot, more or less, parcel
zoned Commercial Intensive in the
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community
Redevelopment Area, pursuant to Florida
Statute 163.380.
And
Permission to advertise, for a public
hearing to be held on May 15, 2017, for
the sale of vacant property, in the amount
of $13,363, located at 2831 Dr. Martin
Luther King. Jr. Boulevard, a 50 foot by
95 foot, more or less, parcel zoned
Commercial Intensive in the Dr. Martin
Luther King, Jr. Community
Redevelopment Area to Samuel L.
Lurie TR for Samuel L. Lurie Trust,
pursuant to Florida Statute 163.380 and
City Code, Section 2-39

19. Permission to advertise for a transmittal


public hearing for Text Amendment and
Map Amendment 2017-TMA-02 amending
the Future Land Use Element,
Transportation Element, Concurrency
Management System Element and Future
Land Use Map of the Comprehensive Plan,
to Florida Department of Economic
Opportunity for review and comments

CITY MANAGER'S ITEMS

20. Community Development Block Grant


Program, Citizen Participation
Plan 2015-20 19 , as required by the
United States Department of Housing and
Urban Development

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AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
April 3, 2017
4:30 o'clock p .m.
City of Palms

CITY MANAGER'S ITEMS - Continued

21. Interlocal Agreement between Bonita


Springs Fire Control and Rescue District,
Estero Fire Rescue District, Fort Myers
Beach Fire Control District, Iona
McGregor Fire Protection and Rescue
Service District, Sanibel Fire and Rescue
District, San Carlos Park Fire Protection
and Rescue Fir e District, South Trail Fire
Protection and Rescue Service District,
and Lehigh Acres Fire Con trol and Rescue
District for closest unit response

22. City of Fort Myers Internship Program

23. Citizens Police Review Board, Rules of


Procedure by amending IV. Meetings,
E. Procedure and VII. Inquiries and
Complaints (C) Complaints Received by
the Fort Myers Police Department

24. Presentation of early voting locations for


the 20 17 Primary and General Elections

CITY ATTORNEY'S ITEMS

Time allocated for public comment on


non-agenda items shall be limited to a total of
thirty minutes , or such other period of time
that may be approved by a majority of City
Council.

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AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
April 3, 2017
4:30 o'clock p.m.
Ciry of Palms

PUBLIC COMMENT- NON-AGENDA ITEMS:


Speakers who have notified the City Clerk of the
specific s ubj ect no later than five (5) calendar
days prior to the Council meeting m ay speak on
subject matters not on the agenda, provided that
the subject matter is within the jurisdiction of
t h e City Council. (Four (4) minute time limit per
speaker; if speaker addressed City Council
during Public Input on Agenda Items, the time
limit shall be three (3) minutes.)

PUBLIC COMMENT- NON-AGENDA ITEMS:


Speakers who failed to notify the City Clerk no
later than five (5) calendar days prior to the
Council m eeting may speak on subject matters
not listed on the agenda, provided the subject
matter is within the jurisdiction of the City
Council. Each speaker must complete and
submit a Request to Speak form to the City Clerk
prior to the beginning of th e m eeting. (Three (3)
minute time limit per s p eaker.)

Adjourn

If a person decides to appeal any decision m ade by City Council with respect to any
matter considered at such meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such purpose, h e or she may n eed 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.

Special Requirements: If you require special aid or services as addressed in the Americans
with Disabilities Act, please contact the City Clerk's Office at (239) 321-7035 or for the
hearing impaired , TDD telephone number (239) 332-2541.

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AGENDA 1
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 20 17 AGENDA ITEM NO. !


WARD: All Revised: (Date & Time)
[gl Regular D Special 0 Workshop --
Quasi-Judicial DYes D No
181Proclamations 0Consent 0Public 0 City Council 0Permission 0City 0City
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: A motion is not required MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Presentation to the 2016 Employee of the Year

FUNDING SOURCE: NA

FISCAL IMPACT: NA

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Recognizes 2016 Employee of the Year.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The City Employee Recognition Program was created in 2011
to recognize employees who demonstrated significant con tributions, outstanding
accomplishments, and excellent customer service. The program provides an incentive which is
obtainable by employees of the City for recognition of exemplary performance that benefits the
organization a nd / or the community.

The program recognizes 3 employees quarterly, one each from the Fire Department, Police
Department, and the general workforce. An employee may be nominated by a fellow employee,
supervisor, or department director .

The Employee Recognition Review Committee is comprised of 12 members, one employee


representing each department. The Employee Recognition Review Committee selects three
Employees of th e Quarter. At the end of each year, the recipients of the Employee of the
Quarter are considered for the Employee of the Year award, who is selected by The Employee
Recognition Review Committee.

The recipient of the 2016 Employee of the Year award immediately reacted to a situation that
was recognized as exemplary by his peers. The Police Department, on March 25, 2016, received
a call from a female who stated that a friend of hers had posted a picture of a bridge with the
caption "what a better way to go." The male had texted the female friend that "h e would be
gone by the time help arrived." The male had been going through a rough time. His mother
h ad recently passed, his home was burned down, and he was going through a breakup with his
girlfriend. Patrol units responded to the Edison Bridge and found the male sitting atop of the
ledge threatening to jump if anyone came near him. The male was agitated and would not
speak to anyone. Several attempts to call the male went unanswered and there was no
communication. Officer Chad Thornton was introduced into the incident to attempt to bring

Continued to Next Page ~ Yes D No


Person Initiating Request: Ellen Clyatt Department: Human Resources
Division:

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: D
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: D
Financial Disclosure: D
Oath: D
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY
Background Information - Continued

Meeting Date: April 3, 2017

Agenda Item No. 1


Revised (Date & Time):

Motion: A motion is not required.

resolve to the situation. After consistent attempts and a never-give-up attitude, Officer
Thornton was able to begin a dialog with the male. Officer Thornton gained the male's
trust through understanding and being supportive and encouraging. In conclusion , the
male decided to listen to the advice of Officer Thornton bringing the incident to a
peaceful resolution. Officer Thornton is commended and recognized for his efforts
during a critical incident and if not for the actions of Officer Thornton, someone had a
chance to live another day.

The Employee of the Year is Police Officer Chad Thornton. He will receive a $1,000 gift
card, a plaque, and a Certificate of Recognition.

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AGENDA 2
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: Ap ril 3, 20 17 AGENDA ITEM NO. ~


WARD: All Revis e d: (Date & Time)
[8J Regular D Special D Work shop --
Quasi-Judicial D Yes [8J No
[giProclamations O consent 0 Public Deity Council 0Permission Deity 0City
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: A motion is not required. MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Presentation on the Horizon Council by
Christopher Spiro, Chief Executive Officer,
Spiro and Associates.

FUNDING SOURCE: N/A

FISCAL IMPACT: N/A

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Updates the City Council on the Horizon Council activities.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Continued to Next PageD Yes [8J No


Person Initiating Request: Randall P. Henderson, Jr. Department: Mayor
Division:

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
AGENDA 3
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY
MEETING DATE: April3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 3
WARD: All Revised: (Date & Time)
[gJ Regular 0 Special 0 Workshop --
Quasi-Judicial 0 Yes [gl No
18] Proclamations O consent 0Public 0City Council 0Permission Deity 0City
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Ite ms
Consideration
MOTION: A motion is not required. MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Proclaim April 2017 as National Health care
Decisions Month.

FUNDING SOURCE: N/ A

FISCAL IMPACT: N / A

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Proclaims April 2017 as National Healthcare Decisions


Month.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Al Rothstein, Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys , will be


present to accept the proclamation.

Continued to Next Page DYes [gJ No


Person Initiating Request: Randall P. Henderson , Jr. Department: Mayor
Division:

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: D
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: D
Financial Disclosure: D
Oath: D
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
Wberens, the theme for this year's National Healthcare Decisions Day is, "It
always seems too early, until it's too late"; and

Wijrrras, every competent adult has the right to make decisions concerning his
or her own health; including the right to choose or refuse medical treatment;
and

Wbereas, planning for unexpected events such as becoming incapacitated can


ease the burden on loved ones; and

WIJHPRS, Advance Directives are the tools competent adults can utilize to plan
and make the above decisions; and

Wberras, an Advance Directive is a written or oral statement about how you


want medical decisions made if you become incapacitated and unable to make
them yourself; and

Wbrrl'a!>, there is a great need to educate the public on examples of Advance


Directives; such as Living Wills, Health Care Surrogate Designations, and
Anatomical Donations; and

Wberras, according to Florida law, hospitals, nursing homes, home health


agencies, hospices, and health maintenance organizations (HMOs) are required
to provide their patients with written information concerning health care
advance directives; and

Wberl'as, National Healthcare Decisions Day aims to help people understand


the value of advance healthcare planning.

1)ioto, \!!:l)erefo rl', I, Randall P. Henderson, Jr., by virtue of the authority vested
in me as Mayor of the City of Fort Myers, Florida, do hereby proclaim
April 2017, as

National Healthcare Decisions Month


in Fort Myers, Florida, and urge all citizens to plan because "It always seems
too early, until it's too late."

]n Witnrss tberrof, I have hereunto set my hand and the Great Seal of the City
of Fort Myers, Florida, on this 3rd day of April in the Year of our Lord Two
Thousand and Seventeen.

3Ranball l9. jf;)rnberson, 3lr.


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I AGENDA 4
MINUTES
March 6, 20 17

The City Council of the City of Fort Myers, Florida, met in regular session
at Oscar M. Corbin, Jr. City Hall, 2200 Second Street, its regular meeting
place in the City of Fort Myers, Florida, on Tuesday, Febru ary 21, 2017,
at 4:34 o'clock p.m. Present were Mayor Randall P. Henderson, Jr.,
presiding, Council Members Teresa Watkins Brown, Johnny W.
Streets, Jr., Terolyn P. Watson, Michael Flanders, Forrest Banks, and
Gaile H. Anthony. Also present were Saeed Kazemi, P.E., City Manager;
Marie Adams, MMC, City Clerk; and Grant W. Alley, City Attorney.
Absent: None.

The meetin g was opened in prayer by Dr. Reverend Rickey Anderson,


Followers of Christ Fellowship Ministries.

Mayor Henderson led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United
States of America.

ANNOUNCEMENT Mayor Henderson stated that the next regular City


Council meeting would be held on Monday, April 3, 2017, at Oscar M.
Corbin, Jr. City Hall, 2200 Second Street, due to the cancellation of the
meeting on March 20, 2017, becau se City Cou ncil will attend Legislative
Days in Tallahassee. A motion was not made.

NO . 1 PROCLAMATION PROCLAIMING MARCH 2017 AS BELIEVING IN


GIRLS MONTH Mayor Henderson read and presented a proclamation to
Meg Geitner, Executive Director and John Agnew, Member of the Board of
Directors, PACE Center for Girls, Lee Cou nty, proclaim ing March 2017 as
Believing in Girls Month. A motion was not made.

NO. 2 PROCLAMATION PROCLAIMING APRIL 10- 16, 2017, AS


NATIONAL CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS WEEK Mayor Henderson read and
presented a proclamation to Chevala Jones, Victim Advocate, Police
Department, p roclaiming April 10- 16, 2017, as National Crime Victims'
Rights Week. A motion was not made.

Councilwoman Watson arrived to the meeting at 4:48 o'clock p.m.

NO. 3 PROCLAMATION PROCLAIMING MARCH 29, 2017, AS VIETNAM


VETERANS DAY Mayor Henderson read an d presented a proclamation to
Estero Island Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American
Revolution: Anita Pinder, 11 Vice Regent, and Carolee Dunivan, Co-Chair,
Vietnam War Commemoration, proclaiming March 29, 2017, as Vietnam
Veteran s Day. A motion was not made.

PUBLIC INPUT - NON!ilPUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS: ITEM


NO. lOa Steve Ward, resident, stated that the Police Department,
2210 Widman Way, had outgrown its facility. Mr. Ward stated that there
were 6 properties south of the Police Department that should be
considered for purchase by the City. Mr. Ward stated that the Police
Department buildin g was too sma ll for police operation s. Mr. Ward stated
that th e Police Departm ent Needs Assessment conducted by the Freeh
Group Interna tiona l Solutions, LLC did not mention that 85 percent of the
people employed by the Police Department did not live in the City. Mr.
Ward stated that police officers that did not live in the City had no vested
in terest in what was happening in the neighborhoods except wh en they
were on duty. Mr. Ward stated that most police officers did their jobs well
but did not h ave the vested interest they would have if their neighbor was
th e one being injured or robbed. Mr. Ward stated that the buildings
located south of the Police Department had been vacant for 2 years. Mr.
Ward stated that the Police Department needed assistance to improve
operations. Mr. Ward stated that global positioning systems were needed
for the Police Department. Mr. Ward stated that the police cruisers were
not tracked when they left th e City. Mr. Ward stated th at the veh icles
could be anywhere and global positioning systems should be used to
identify the location of every vehicle. A motion was not made.
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March 6, 2017
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NO. lOa Anthony Thomas, Jr., resident, stated that the Police Department
Needs Assessment conducted by the Freeh Group International
Solutions, LLC revealed problems from the top to the bottom in the Police
Department. Mr. Thomas stated that police officers interviewed for the
Police Department Needs Assessment provided former Police Chief Doug
Baker instructed police officers to write voluminous a mounts of tickets to
target poor African American and Latino people. Mr. Th om as stated that
the Police Department Needs Assessment revealed police officers were told
to advise Latino residents that their immigration status was not proper so
it was not reported as a robbery but a citizen report. Mr. Thomas stated
that the Police Department Needs Assessment provided police officers
cooperated with drug dealers and endangered the lives of residents. Mr.
Thomas stated that Councilman Streets advised City Council, on two
separate occasions, that police officers were tipping off dru g dealers. Mr .
Thomas stated that Christine Matthews, former Council Member, and her
children were harassed by police officers that led to her resignation from
City Council. Mr. Th omas stated that the Police Department had systemic
problems. Mr. Thomas stated that a motion was needed to direct the City
Manager and the City Attorney to send a letter to Attorn ey General Jeff
Sessions to request a United States Department of Justice investigation
into the Police Department. A motion was not made .

PUBLIC INPUT - NONf1JPUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS: ITEM


NO. lOa Nicole Dillon , resident, stated that she was in agreement with
Councilman Streets abou t the need for an investigation of the Police
Department by the United States Department of Justice. Ms. Dillon stated
t h at the com munity was in an uproar and had questions and concerns
t h at needed answers. A motion was not made.

PUBLIC INPUT - NONf1JPUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS: ITEM


NO. lOa Crystal Johnson, resident, stated that she was concerned with
what was happening with the Police Department. Ms. Johnson stated that
it was said that th e public was at fau lt because they would not talk to
police officers. Ms. Johnson stated that the Police Department Needs
Assessment conducted by the Freeh Group International Solutions, LLC
widened the gap between th e community and the Police Department and
provided reason to mistrust police officers. Ms. Johnson stated that giving
one detective 2 weeks to solve a homicide caused concern that homicides
were not solved because of a lack of due diligence by the Police
Department. A motion was not m ade.

PUBLIC INPUT - NONf1JPUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS: ITEM


NO. lOa Angela McClary, resident, stated that she stood for the voices of
her children, Deonte Redding and Zachary Blue, who were killed on
June 7, 2014. Ms. McClary stated that she had been in contact with the
detective at Police Department for 3 years regarding the homicide of h er
children. Ms. McClary stated that the results of the Police Department
Needs Assessment conducted by th e Freeh Group International
Solution s, LLC were not surprising. Ms. McClary stated that Police Chief
Derrick Diggs increased teamwork in the Police Department. Ms. McClary
stated that sh e was told that the Police Department could not take action
without the State Attorney's Office which was a fabrication by the detective
unit. Ms. McClary stated that there were many murders in 2014 and with
one detective jumping from one case to a nother there would not be
resolutions to cases. Ms. McClary stated that the fede ra l government
should h ave investigated the Police Department a long time ago. Ms.
McClary stated that many members of the community complained abou t
the Police Department. Ms. McClary stated that there was hope that the
Police Department Needs Assessment would help provide closure to the
mothers of t he victims that died as a result of crime that plagued the City.
A motion was not made.

PUBLIC INPUT - NON I'1JPUBLIC HEARING AGENDA ITEMS: ITEM

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MINUTES
March 6, 2017
NO. lOa Aleshia Day, resident, stated that Javaris Wardlow, father of her
children, was arrested on January 19,2017, as a part of Operation Great
Lakes, a two year operation by the Police Department and State Attorney's
Office, that resulted in charges under the Racketeer Influenced and
Corrupt Organizations Act. Ms. Day stated that it was unknown if the
police officers that arrested Mr. Wardlow were a part of the investigation
of corrupt officers. Ms. Day stated that she and her children were treated
unfairly at the time of the arrest and had to sit outside for 10 hours. Ms.
Day stated that her children were removed from the home by the
Department of Children and Families. Ms. Day stated that Mr. Wardlow
had filed complaints of harassment against police officers in the Police
Department prior to his arrest. Ms. Day stated that there were differing
reports from the Police Department regarding the arrest. Ms. Day stated
that her children were placed in a foster home for approximately 2 weeks.
Ms. Day stated that she was not arrested and was available to take care of
the children when they were removed from her custody. A motion was not
made.

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NO. lOa James Muwakkil, President, Lee County National Association for
the Advancement of Colored People, stated that regarding community
policing, the United States Department of Justice provided as follows:

Community policing to be successful and crime reduction


efforts to be effective, citizens must have trust in the police.
All of us must work together to address the problem of
excessive use of force and racial profiling and equally
important, the perception of many minority residents that
law enforcement treats them unfairly. If we are to build the
confidence in law enforcement necessary for continued
progress, the goal must be professional law enforcement that
gives all citizens of our country the feeling that they are being
treated fairly, equally, and with respect.

Mr. Muwakkil stated that some issues identified in the Police Department
Needs Assessment conducted by the Freeh Group International
Solutions, LLC were ongoing. Mr. Muwakkil stated that the heavy
handedness, profanity, and disrespect by police officers was ongoing. Mr.
Muwakkil stated that law abiding citizens were treated like criminals. Mr.
Muwakkil stated that employment and educational opportunities were
needed in Harlem Lakes. Mr. Muwakkil stated that the Police Department
needed to be transparent. Mr. Muwakkil stated that Chief Diggs should
ask the Florida Department of Law Enforcement to assist with correcting
issues at the Police Department. Mr. Muwakkil stated that police officers
did not speak to people in the community. A motion was not made.

CONSENT AGENDA Mayor Henderson stated that any Council member


may request that any item be removed from the Consent Agenda and
placed on the regular agenda for discussion following the adoption of the
Consent Agenda. Councilman Banks stated that Item No. 6, Final plat for
Catoosa Pointe Subdivision, located west of Melaleuca Lane and Catoosa
Vista Drive as requested by Andrew D. Fitzgerald, P.E., DeLisi
Fitzgerald, Inc., representing D.R. Horton, Inc., owner, should be removed
from the consent agenda for discussion. Councilman Flanders stated that
Item No. 7a, Traffic Signal Maintenance and Compensation Agreement
Exhibit A, in the amount of $270,350.00, with the Florida Department of
Transportation for Fiscal Year 2017/2018, should be removed from t he
consent agenda for discussion.

NO. 4 MINUTES Minutes of the regular City Council meeting held on


February 21, 2017, had been delivered to City Council.

NO. 5 MODIFICATION NO. 1 TO SUBGRANT AGREEMENT BETWEEN


THE DIVISION OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND THE CITY TO

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MINUTES
March 6, 2017
MODIFY CONTRACT NO. 16-DS-T9-09-46-02-412, SUBGRANT TO THE
2015 STATE HOMELAND SECURITY GRANT PROGRAM FOR
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRAINING AND SUSTAINMENT OF
EQUIPMENT, EXTENDING THE COMPLETION DATE Modification No. 1
to Subgrant Agreement between the Division of Emergency Man agement
and the City to modify Contract No. 16-DS-T9-09-46-02-412, Subgrant to
the 2015 State Homeland Security Grant Program for Hazardous Materials
Training and Sustainment of Equipment, extended the completion date to
April30, 2017. The City, on April29, 2016, received funding, in the
amount of $56,749.00, from the 20 15 State Homeland Security Grant
Program, Agreement No. 16-DS-T9-09-46-02-412, for Hazardous
Materials (HazMat) training and sustainment of equipment. Expenditures
for the grant totaled $46,274.00 as of December 31, 2016. A request was
made on January 6, 2017, to extend the period of performance to April30 ,
2017, to spend the remaining balance of$10,475.00. The Fire Department
was notified on February 7, 20 17, that the request for an extension beyond
December 31, 2016, the ending date of the Agreement was approved. The
Agreement was r einstated and extended to April30, 20 17. The balance of
unspent funds will be used for sustainment of hazardous materials
equipment.

NO. Sa CIVICPLUS PROJECT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES & SCOPE OF


SERVICES FOR SUBSITE WITH CIVICPLUS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT
OF A WEBSITE FOR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT CivicPlus Project
Development Services & Scope of Services for Subsite, in th e amount of
$5,000.00, with CivicPlus was fo r the development of a website for the
Police Department. The Police Department website needed to be
redesigned and redeveloped to provide customer assistance for the public.
CivicPlus developed the new website and assigned Police Department
employees to make modifications a nd updates. The website was separate
from the City website and included a distinctive color sch eme, template,
banner, style, and graphic e lements. The website had a unique web
address, graphic buttons, and global navigation.

NO. Sb PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT WITH BARRACO AND


ASSOCIATES, INC. FOR CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING &
INSPECTION (CEI) SERVICES FOR HANSON STREET EXTENSION
ROADWAY, UTILITY AND DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENTS, REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS NO. 04-15-16-PW The Professional Services
Agreement, in the amount of $1,529,320.00, with Barraco and
Associates, Inc. was for Construction Engineering & Inspection (CEI}
Services for Hanson Street Extension Roadway, Utility and Drainage
Improvements, Request for Qualifications No. 04-15- 16-PW. City Council,
on July 18, 20 16, approved the ranking of firms for Construction
Engineering & Inspection (CEI) Services for Hanson Street Extension
Roadway, Utility and Drainage Improvements, Request for Qualifications
No. 04-15 -1 6-PW and authorized negotiations with Barraco and
Associates, Inc., the number one ranked firm. The construction of Hanson
Street Extension created a key link between VeronicaS. Shoemaker
Boulevard and Ortiz Avenue by adding additional cor r idors to alleviate
congestion on Colonial Boulevard and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Boulevard. The Hanson Street connection provided Eastwood Golf Course,
4600 Bruce Herd Lane, and adjacent property owners greater access and
better opportunities for development. The project included roadway
improvements, utility improvements, drainage improvements, and
improvements to Eastwood Golf Course consisting of two p hases as
follows:

Phase I: Renovations to Eastwood Golf Course which


included moving several greens and tee boxes, golf cart
pathway improvements, utility and d rainage improvements
surrounding the Hanson Street Exten sion roadway.

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Phase II: Included new roadway improvements, utility
installation, drainage improvements and street lighting
installation between Veronica S. Shoemaker Bouleva rd a nd
Ortiz Avenue.

NO. 5c TASK AUTHORIZATION NO . 3 TO AGREEMENT BETWEEN


OWNER AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGER-AT-RISK CONTINUING
CONTRACT, REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS NO. 12-2 7-12-PW WITH
TAYLOR-PANSING, INC. FOR RENOVATIONS TO THE FORT MYERS
SKATIUM BUILDING Task Authorization No. 3, in the amount of
$295,727.75, to Agreement Between Owner and Construction
Manager-At-Risk Continuing Contract, Request for Qualifications
No. 12-27 -12-PW with Taylor-Pansing, Inc. was for Renovations to the Fort
Myers Skatium Building, 2250 Broadway. City Council, on June 3, 2013,
approved Agreement Between Owner and Construction Manager-at-Risk
Continuing Contract, Request for Qualifications No. 12-27- 12-PW with
Taylor-Pansing, Inc. An Assessment Report was completed in 2013 fo r the
Skatium by Gora McGahey and noted multiple improvements needed at
the Skatium. Task Authorization No. 3 included but was not limited to
installation of energy efficient low-emissivity ceiling, insulation
improvements surrounding the perimeter walls of the ice rink, realigning
of under ice pipes, and replacement of the sports flooring with a new
rubber flooring.

NO . 5d SUPPLEMENTAL TASK AUTHORIZATION NO. 3 TO


PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENT CIVIL ENGINEERING
SERVICES - CONTINUING CONTRACT REQUEST FOR
QUALIFICATIONS NO. 10-29-14-PW WITH DELISI FITZGERALD, INC .
FOR THE NUNA AVENUE PEDESTRIAN FACILITY DESIGN FROM
NOTTINGHAM DRIVE TO GLENWOOD AVENUE Supplemental Task
Authorization No. 3, in the amount of $60,866.00, to Professional Services
Agreement Civil Engineering Services - Continuing Contract Request for
Qualifications No. 10-29-14-PW with Delisi Fitzgerald, Inc. was for the
Nuna Avenue Pedestrian Facility Design from Nottingham Drive to
Glenwood Avenue. The City strived to continuously improve the safety and
connectivity of pedestrian facilities for the benefit of residents and visitors.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan provided sidewalks were an integral part
of a pedestrian system to connect residential a reas to businesses, schools,
and recreational facilities. Nuna Avenue was classified as an urban local
roadway and Priority 1 of bicycle/pedestrian improvemen ts, due to its
location near a school. The purpose of the Nuna Avenue Pedestrian
Facilities Design project was to design a 5 foot wide concrete sidewalk,
curb, and pedestrian bridge access over Billy Creek. The project included
improvements to the open ditches along the alignment to construct the
sidewalk. The construction of the project was scheduled to begin in
January 2018.

NO. 6a FINAL PLAT FOR COLONIAL-82 RETAIL SUBDIVISION


LOCATED SOUTHWEST OF THE INTERSECTION OF COLONIAL
BOULEVARD AND STATE ROAD 82 AS REQUESTED BY JENNIFER
SHEPPARD, BANKS ENGINEERING., REPRESENTING COLONIAL
EXTENSION 332 LLC, W. KIRK BECK, MANAGER The final plat for
Colonial-82 Retail Subdivision, located southwest of the intersection of
Colonial Boulevard and State Road 82, was requested by Jennifer
Sheppard, Banks Engineering., representing Colonial Extension 332 LLC,
W. Kirk Beck, Manager. The plat contained a 4.23 acre, more or less,
portion of property located at 11021 Colonial Boulevard into 1 commercial
parcel and 1 right-of-way. An outside engineering firm reviewed the
preliminary and final plats for the City, which service was required to be
paid by the applicant. Elizabeth F. Gaines, P.S.M., Professional Surveyor
and Mapper, E.F. Gaines Surveying Services, Inc., found the plat to be
consistent with the Land Development Code, Chapter 130, Subdivisions,
and Florida Statutes, Chapter 177. Plats were n ot reviewed by the

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Planning Board. Staff recommended approval and found the replat to be
consistent with the City Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code.

NO . 6b DEED OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT PASSIVE


RECREATIONAL USES THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARY RIGHTS TO
USACE WITH THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
WITH THIRD PARTY ENFORCEMENT RIGHTS TO THE UNITED
STATES ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS FOR THE FORD STREET
PRESERVE AT SHADY OAKS PARK The Deed of Conservation Easement
Passive Recreational Uses Third Party Beneficiary Rights to USACE with
the South Florida Water Management District with third party
enforcement rights to the United States Army Corps of Engineers was for
the Ford Street Preserve at Shady Oaks Park. The property was described
as follows:

A tract or parcel of land lying in the Northeast


One-Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section 18, Township 44 South,
Range 25 East, City of Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida, being
a portion of lands described in Official Record Book 1037,
Page 1275 and Official Record Book 1088, Page 122 , of the
Public Records of Lee County, Florida, said tract or parcel
being described as follows:

Commencing at the northwest corner of the Northeast


One-Quarter (NE 1/4) of said Section 18, thence
South 01 38'44" East, along the west line of said fraction, a
distance of 952.55 feet; thence South 8821 ' 16" West,
departing said west line, a distance of342.08 feet to the point
of beginning of herein described parcel.

From said point of beginning thence South 8436'05" East , a


distance of 19.03 feet; thence North 0352'18" East, a
distance of 13.90 feet; thence South 79. 36'52" East, a
distance of 34.59 feet; thence South 8542'46" East, a
distance of 37.48 feet; thence North 8536'32" East , a
distance of 12.80 feet; thence North 7445'50" East, a
distance of 14.67 feet; thence North 6652'05" East, a
distance of 21.43 feet; thence North 5808'03" East, a
distance of 16.48 feet; thence North 5545'32" East, a
distance of 43.89 feet; thence North 62. 23'24" East, a
distance of 19.21 feet; thence North 700 1'25" East, a
distance of 29.89 feet; thence North 7306'37" East, a
distance of 12.11 feet; thence North 7752'45" East, a
distance of 24.67 feet; thence South 8450'39" East, a
distance of 37.07 feet; thence South 6656'28" East, a
distance of 22.13 feet; thence South 61 08'29" East, a
distance of 11.95 feet; then ce South 5658'57" East, a
distance of 29.91 feet; thence South 6659'07" East, a
distance of 43.99 feet; thence South 76 16'43" East, a
distance of 27.73 feet; thence South 8534'05" East, a
distance of 14.90 feet; thence North 7457'53" East , a
distance of 14.07 feet; thence North 5959'45" East, a
distance of 19.96 feet; thence North 5315'27'' East, a
distance of 47.17 feet; thence North 86.07'17'' East, a
distance of 10.89 feet; thence South 71 26'53" East, a
distance of 16.33 feet; thence South 4610'49" East, a
distance of 71.11 feet; thence South 32. 35'35" East, a
distance of 48.04 feet; thence South 5744' 17'' West, a
distance of 4.97 feet; thence South 32 15'43" East, a
distance of 5.00 feet; thence North 5744'17" East, a distance
of 5.00 feet; thence South 32. 35'35" East, a distance of
28.55 feet; thence South 0935'21" East, a distance of
9.28 feet; thence South 1547'44" West, a distance of
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33.26 feet; thence South 4002'29" West, a distance of
7.67 feet; thence South 43 11 '24" West, a distance of
36.70 feet; thence South 44 15'02" West, a distance of
39.58 feet; thence South 2443'20" West, a distance of
25.22 feet; thence South 14 16'47" West, a distance of
25.75 feet; thence South 11 07'24" West, a distance of
31.71 feet; thence South 0010'06" East, a distance of
9.26 feet; thence South 3800'42" West, a distance of
4.73 feet; thence South 5942'11" West, a distance of
4.96 feet; thence South 61 o 16'00" West, a distance of
14.52 feet; thence South 5346'51" West, a distance of
71.02 feet; thence South 6525'38" West, a distance of
8.55 feet; thence North 8758'0 1" West, a distance of
7.97 feet; thence North 7513'20" West, a distance of
6.26 feet; thence North 6549'34" West, a distance of
33.79 feet; thence North 3937'18" West, a distance of
37.37 feet; thence North 45 18'04" West, a distance of
79.84 feet; thence North 5648'27" West, a distance of
13.04 feet; thence North 7205'58" West, a distance of
20.60 feet; thence South 8658'33" West, a distance of
21.90 feet; thence North 8838'32" West, a distance of
20.60 feet; thence South 79 16'42" West, a distance of
11.76 feet; thence South 6933'46" West, a distance of
44.06 feet; thence South 6001 '49" West, a distance of
18.11 feet; thence South 5639'57" West, a distance of
8.66 feet; thence South 4600'49" West, a distance of
14.24 feet; thence South 3006'16" West, a distance of
17.96 feet; thence South 1243'36" West, a distance of
15.51 feet; thence South 0938'31" East, a distance of
38.70 feet; thence South 3041'37" East, a distance of
16.86 feet; thence South 31 29'05" East, a distance of
60.48 feet to an intersection with a non-tangent curve to the
left; thence southeasterly on the arc of said non -tangent
curve to the left having, a radius of 59.13 feet, a delta angle
of 2407'35", a chord bearing of South 5235'32" East, and a
chord distance of 24.72 feet, for an arc distance of 24.90 feet
to an intersection with a non-tangent curve to the right;
thence southerly on the arc of said a non-tangent curve to
the right having, a radius of 19.69 feet, a delta angle of
101 04'59", a chord bearing of South 1353'25" East, and a
chord distance of 30.41 feet, for an arc distance of 34.7 4 feet
to an intersection with a non-tangent line; thence
South 6813' 11" West, a d istance of 11 .48 feet; thence
South 8028'32" West, a distance of 37.57 feet; thence
South 8841'41 " West, a distance of 34.9 1 feet; thence
North 8807'25" West, a distance of 31.27 feet; thence
South 8610'36" West, a distance of 20.25 feet; thence
North 8317'18" West, a distance of 36.88 feet; thence
South 8358'55" West, a distance of 27 .80 feet; thence
South 6514'56" West, a distance of 43.88 feet; thence
North 2529'34" East, a distance of 177.82 feet to an
intersection with a point of curvature; thence northerly on
the arc of a curve to the left having, a radius of 10.00 feet, a
delta angle of 8350' 19", a chord bearing of
North 1625'35" West, and a chord distance of 13.36 feet, for
an arc distance of 14.63 feet to a point of tangency ; thence
North 5820'45" West, a distance of 38.95 feet; thence
North 1811 '02" West, a distance of 7.75 feet; thence
South 8705'35" West, a distance of 24.25 feet; thence
North 0030'21 " East, a distance of 6.42 fee t; thence
North 2315'50" West, a distance of 14.38 feet to an
intersection with a non-tangent curve to the right; thence
northerly on the arc of said non-tangent curve to the right
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chord bearing of north 0844'38" west, and a chord distance
of 18.69 feet, for an arc distance of 18.76 feet to an
intersection with a non-tangent line; thence
North 0448'20" East, a distance of 56.75 feet; thence
North 0033'28" West, a distance of 48.57 feet; thence
North 01 09'37" East, a distance of 42.28 feet; thence
North 01 04'38" West, a distance of 69.86 feet to the point of
beginning.

Containing 199,297 square feet or 4.58 acres, more or less.

Bearings hereinabove mentioned are based on the west line


of the Northeast One-Quarter (NE 1/4) of Section 18,
Township 44 South, Range 25 East, City of Fort Myers, Lee
County Florida, to bear South 01 38'44" East.

City Council, on May 7, 2010, approved the submittal of an application for


Section 319 Nonpoint Source Management Program grant offered through
the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, on behalf of the U.S.
Department of Environmental Protection, through Section 319 of the
Federal Clean Water Act. City Council, on May 7, 2012, approved Grant
Agreement No. G0345, in the amount of $606,000.00, for the Ford Street
Drainage Improvements also known as Ford Street Preserve at Shady
Oaks. The Ford Street Drainage Improvements project created an 8 acre,
more or less, filter marsh surface water treatment facility north of the Fort
Myers Cemetery, 3200 Michigan Avenue, and east of the Central Advanced
Wastewater Treatment Plant, 1501 Raleigh Street, at the northern
terminus of the Ford Street Canal with Billy Creek to reduce pollutants of
nutrients, suspended solids, and sediments conveyed in the canal to
improve the overall water quality of Billy Creek and stormwater discharges
to the Caloosahatchee River. The project elevated the boardwalk along the
perimeter of the marsh for use as a nature and exercise trail. Th e South
Florida Water Management District Permit No. 36-04225-P required, as
part of the permit, the granting of a Deed of Conservation Easement for
the project area with third party beneficiary rights to the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers for Permit No. SAJ-2011-02404 (LOP-WDD). City Council,
on June 15, 2015, approved the original conservation easement. During
the construction of the project changes to the layout required the
Conservation Boundaries be revised.

NO . 6 c TERMINATION OF EASEMENT GRANTING THE 5 FOOT WIDE


PERPETUAL AND EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES IN A GRANT
OF PUBLIC DRAINAGE EASEMENT DATED DECEMBER 19, 2008,
RECORDED IN INSTRUMENT 2009000034089, AND A 30 FOOT
PERPETUAL AND EXCLUSIVE EASEMENT FOR UTILITIES IN A GRANT
OF PUBLIC DRAINAGE EASEMENT DATED JANUARY 13, 2009,
RECORDED IN INSTRUMENT 2009000048043, LOT 9 , BLOCK B ,
DEAN'S SUBDIVISION KNOWN AS 2601 FIRST STREET, TO CEDAR
RIVER AT FORT MYERS LLC The Termination of Easemen t granting the
5 foot wide perpetual and exclusive easement for utilities in a Grant of
Public Drainage Easement dated December 19, 2008, recorded in
Instrument 2009000034089, and described as follows:

A strip of land five (5) feet wide lying in Section 13,


Township 44 South, Range 24 East and Dean's Subdivision
as record in Plat Book 4, Page 24, Lee County Records, Lee
County, Florida, said strip of land being more particularly
described as follows:

Beginning at the most southerly corner of Lot 9, Block B of


said record plat of Dean's Subdivision run S 5807'23" W
along the northwesterly right-of-way line of First
Street (60 feet wide) for 270.48 feet; thence run
N 3133'01" E for 44.71 feet; thence run N 5807'23" E for

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42.36 feet; northeasterly line of said Lot 9, Block B; thence
run S 31 52'37" E along said northeasterly line for 5.59 feet;
thence run S 8440'49" W for 22.37 feet; thence run
S 58. 07'23" W for 40.00 feet; thence runS 31 . 33'01" W for
44.71 feet to the point of beginning.

Containing 0.04 acres, more or less.

Bearings hereinabove mentioned are based on the


northwestly right-of-way line of First Street of said record
plat to bear S 58.07'23" W.

and a 30 foot perpetual and exclusive easement for utilities in a Grant of


Public Drainage Easement dated January 13, 2009, recorded in
Instrument 2009000048043, Lot 9, Block B, Dean's Subdivision known
as 2601 First Street, and described as follows:

A strip of land (variable width) lying in Section 13,


Township 44 South, Range 24 East and Dean's Subdivision
as recorded in Plat Book 4, Page 24, Lee County Records, Lee
County, Florida, said strip of land being more particularly
described as follows:

Commencing at the most southerly corner of Lot 9, Block B


of said record plat of Dean's Subdivision run S 58. 07'23" W
along the northwesterly right-of-way line of First
Street (60 feet wide) for 270.48 feet to the point of beginning.

From said point of beginning continue S 5807'23" W a long


said northwesterly right-of-way line for 30.00 feet; thence
run N 31"52'37" W for 105.00 feet to a point of curvature;
thence run northerly along an arc of a curve to the right of
radius 35.00 feet (delta 90. 00'00") (chord bearing
N 13. 07'23" E) (chord 49.50 feet) for 54.98 fee t to a point of
tangency; thence run N 58. 07'23" E for 165.48 feet to a point
of curvature; thence run northerly along an arc of a curve to
the left of radius 5.00 feet (delta 90. 00'00") (chord bearing
N 13. 07'23" E) (chord 7.07 feet) for 7.85 feet to a point of
tangency; thence run N 3152'37" W for 79.61 feet to a point
of curvature; thence run northerly a long an arc of a curve to
the right of radius 35.00 feet (delta 90. 00'00") (chord bearing
N 13. 07'23" E) (chord 49.50 feet) for 54.98 feet to a point of
tangency; thence run N 5807'23" E for 200.00 feet to an
intersection with the southwe sterly line of Lot 8, Block B of
said record plat; thence run S 31 52'37" E a long the
southwesterly line for 18.87 feet to an intersection with the
northerly terminus of the right-of-way of Shelton Court as
show on said record plat; thence run S 58 12'36"W along
said northerly terminus of said right-of-way line for
40.00 feet to an intersection with the northeasterly line of
said Lot 9, Block B; thence run S 31 52'37" E along said
northeasterly line for 11.20 feet; thence run S 58. 07'23" W
for 160.00 feet to a point of curvature; thence run southerly
along an arc of a curve to the left of radius 5.00 feet (delta
90. 00'00") (chord bearing S13.07'23" W) (chord 7.07 feet) for
7.85 feet to a point of tangency; thence runS 31 52'37" E for
79.61 feet to a point of curvature; thence run southerly a long
an arc of a curve to the right of radius 35.00 feet
(delta 9ooo'OO")(chord bearing S 13. 07'23" W)(chord
49 .50 feet) for 54.98 feet to a point of tangency ; thence run
S 58. 07'23" E for 165.48 feet to a point of curvature; thence
run southerly along an arc of a curve to the left of radius
5.00 feet (delta 90. 00'00") (chord bearing S 13. 07'23" W)

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(chord 7.07 feet) for 7.85 feet to a point of tangency; thence
runS 31 52'37" E for 105.00 feet to the point of beginning.

Containing 0.43 acres, more or less.

Bearings hereinabove mentioned are based on the


northwesterly right-of-way line of First Street of said record
plat to bearS 58. 07'23" W.

was from the City to Cedar River at Fort Myers LLC. Cedar River of Fort
Myers LLC granted two drainage easements to the City on December 19,
2008, and January 13, 2009, respectively, located in Lot 9, Block B,
Dean's Subdivision. The easements included language to terminate upon
the occurrence of the subject property being developed and permanent
flood barrier installed to provide protection for interior properties. The
property was being developed as Allure, 2601 First Street, formerly known
as The Cypress Club and the easements were no longer required.

NO.7 AGREEMENT PROVIDING FOR CITY TRAFFIC CONTROL


JURISDICTION OVER CERTAIN ROADS WITHIN GATEWAY SERVICES
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT WITHIN PELICAN PRESERVE
WITH GATEWAY SERVICES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
The Agreement Providing for City Traffic Control Jurisdiction Over Certain
Roads Within Gateway Services Community Development District within
Pelican Preserve was with Gateway Services Community Development
District. The Gateway Services Community Development District
requested that the Police Department patrol Aviano Drive, Avila Circle,
Bellagio Court, Bellagio Drive, Bella Vista Court, Bella Vista Drive, Breno
Drive, Camarelle Circle, Diamante Drive, Pelican Preserve Boulevard,
Ravenna Way, Sevilla Drive, Tiberio Drive, Tirana Court , Trieste Drive,
Valentina Court, Vicenza Court, Vicenza Drive, and Veneto Drive located
within Pelican Preserve. The roadways were owned, controlled, and
maintained by the Gateway Services Community Development District.
The Police Department confirmed there was an enforcement need on the
above listed roadways. The City Engineer recommended approval subject
to compliance with the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices and
applicable Florida Statutes. The City would be included as an additional
insured on all the liability insurance policies of the Gateway Services
Community Development District relating to ownership, construction,
maintenance, or repair of the roads and appurtenances in Pelican
Preserve. The agreement was effective upon adoption and may be
terminated by either party upon 30 day written notice.

NO. 7b ACCEPTANCE AND MAINTENANCE OF POTABLE WATER AND


SANITARY SEWER UTILITIES FOR SOMERSET AT THE PLANTATION
PHASE 4A, 12940 GLADSTONE WAY, FROM CENTEX HOMES/ PULTE
HOME CORPORATION The acceptance and maintenance of potable water
and sanitary sewer utilities for Somerset at the Plantation Phase 4A,
12940 Gladstone Way, was from Centex Homes/Pulte Home Corporation.
Somerset at the Plantation Subdivision, 10990 Plantation Gardens Drive,
was subdivided into multiple phases by the developer, Centex
Homes/Pulte Home Corporation. The subdivision was located east of
Treeline Avenue and north of Daniels Parkway. The water main and sewer
main were in the private right-of-way and located in the public utility
easement as recorded under the plat for Somerset at the Plantation
Phase 4A. The City maintained the water and sanitary sewer utilities. The
Public Works Department received and reviewed all close out documents,
including a 1 year warranty, for final acceptance and maintenance of water
and sanitary sewer utilities. Assets given to the City by the developer
become City assets and must be reflected in the Water/Wastewater Utility
asset records. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, which the
auditors used to provide the audit opinion, required that assets that were
donated be valued in the financial records at fair market value. The
developers provided the cost of the assets that were recorded as a capital

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contribution since the City did not pay for the assets. The total
contributory assets for Phase 4A sewer was $470,776.05 and water was
$226,137.69.

NO. 7c ACCEPTANCE AND MAINTENANCE OF POTABLE WATER AND


SANITARY SEWER UTILITIES FOR SOMERSET AT THE PLANTATION
PHASE 4B, BALLANTYNE COURT AND EPPING WAY, FROM CENTEX
HOMES/PULTE HOME CORPORATION The acceptance and
maintenance of potable water and sanitary sewer utilities for Somerset at
the Plantation Phase 4B, Ballantyne Court and Epping Way, was from
Centex Homes/Pulte Home Corporation. Somerset at the Plantations
Subdivision, 10990 Plantation Gardens Drive, was subdivided into
multiple phases by the developer, Centex Homes/Pulte Home Corporation.
The subdivision was located east of Treeline Avenue, north of Daniels
Parkway. The water main and sewer main were in the private right-of-way
and located in the public utility easement as recorded under the plat for
Somerset at the Plantation Phase 4B. The City maintained the water and
sanitary sewer utilities. The Public Works Department received and
reviewed all close out documents, including a 1 year warranty, for final
acceptance and maintenance of water and sanitary sewer utilities. Assets
given to the City by the developer become City assets and must be reflected
in the Water/Wastewater Utility asset records. Generally Accepted
Accounting Principles, which the auditors used to provide the audit
opinion, required that assets that were donated be valued in the financial
records at fair market value. The developers provided the cost of the assets
that were recorded as a capital contribution since the City did not pay for
the assets. The total contributory assets for Phase 4B sewer was
$121,865.12 and water was $91,064.83.

MOTION FOR CONSENT AGENDA It was moved by Councilman Streets,


seconded by Councilwoman Anthony and unanimously carried to approve
the Consent Agenda as written with the exception of Nos. 6 and 7a. The
various officials were hereby authorized and directed to take such action
as may be necessary to give effect to the recommendations.

ITEM REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA BY COUNCILMAN BANKS:


NO.6 FINAL PLAT FOR CALOOSA POINTE SUBDIVISION, LOCATED
WEST OF MELALEUCA LANE AND CALOOSA VISTA DRIVE AS
REQUESTED BY ANDREW D. FITZGERALD, P.E., DELISI
FITZGERALD, INC., REPRESENTING D.R. HORTON, INC., OWNER
Councilman Banks stated that Andrew D. Fitzgerald, P.E., DeLisi
Fitzgerald, Inc., representing D.R. Horton, Inc., owner, requested approval
to plat 4 previously unplatted lots into a subdivision containing
9 single-family lots and 1 right-of-way tract to be known as Caloosa Pointe
Subdivision. Councilman Banks stated that the single-family lots
conformed with the Residential Single-Family 5 (RS-5) zoning regulations
a nd were a minimum of 80 feet wide as provided in the Land Development
Code. Councilman Banks stated that a n outside engineering firm reviewed
the preliminary and final plats for the City, which service was required to
be paid by the applicant. Councilman Banks stated that Richard M.
Ritz, R.L.S., Registered Land Surveyor, Banks Engineering, Inc., found the
plat to be consistent with the Land Development Code, Chapter 130,
Subdivisions, and Florida Statute, Chapter 177. Councilman Banks
stated that plats were not reviewed by the Planning Board. Councilman
Banks stated that staff recommended approval and found the replat to be
consistent with the City Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code.
Councilman Banks stated that residents in the area had concerns and
were not notified that the final plat was on the agenda. Councilman Banks
stated that D.R. Horton, Inc. agreed to continue the item to April 3, 2017.
Councilman Banks stated that D.R. Horton, Inc. wanted some relief on
starting a model home. Saeed Kazemi, P.E., City Manager, stated that the
City would accept the application from D.R. Horton, Inc. for construction
of a model home. Mr. Kazemi stated that the plat should be approved
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be turned down because of land use because it was against state
regulations. It was moved by Councilman Banks and seconded by
Councilman Flanders to continue the final plat for Caloosa Pointe
Subdivision, located west of Melaleuca Lane and Caloosa Vista Drive as
requested by Andrew D. Fitzgerald, P.E., DeLisi Fitzgerald , Inc.,
representing D.R. Horton, Inc., owner, to April3, 2017. Councilman
Flanders stated that D.R. Horton, Inc., in 2014, purchased two old houses
on lots on Alhambra Drive. Councilman Flanders stated that
D.R. Horton, Inc. cleared the old homes, replatted the two lots to three
lots, and built nice homes. Councilman Flanders stated that the concern
of the residents on Alhambra Drive was with the removal of the Live Oak
trees and the proximity of a two story house to the 7 foo t setbacks next to
one story houses. Councilman Flanders stated that the injection of new
projects in older neighborhoods was good but the City Code needed to
ensure compatibility of new structures with the surrounding area.
Councilman Flanders stated that the requirements for compatibility in a
single-family neighborhood should be considered. Councilman Banks
stated that the plat was reviewed and the lots were 80 feet by 135 feet.
Councilman Banks stated that the new houses would increase property
values throughout the neighborhood. Councilman Banks stated that
residents were concerned abou t increased traffic on Melaleuca Lane.
Councilman Banks stated that the plat was approved for 15 units and
D.R. Hor ton, Inc. would construct 9 units. Councilman Banks stated that
the residents needed a chance to speak prior to approval of the plat. Mayor
Hender son stated that the City Manager should work with D.R. Horton to
coordinate deliveries and truck traffic on Melaleuca Lane. Mayor
Henderson stated that the City should do what it could to minimize
disruption to the neighbors. It was moved by Councilman Banks,
seconded by Councilman Flanders an d unanimously carried to continue
the final plat for Caloosa Pointe Subdivision, located west of Melaleuca
Lane and Caloosa Vista Drive as requested by Andrew D. Fitzgerald, P.E.,
DeLisi Fitzgerald, Inc., representing D.R. Horton, Inc., owner, to April 3,
2017.

ITEM REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA BY COUNCILMAN


FLANDERS: NO. 7a TRAFFIC SIGNAL MAINTENANCE AND
COMPENSATION AGREEMENT EXHIBIT A, IN THE AMOUNT OF
$270,350, WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FOR FISCAL YEAR 2017-2018 Councilman Flanders stated that City
Council, on September 27, 2002, approved the Traffic Signal Maintenance
and Compensation Agreement with the Florida Department of
Transportation for compensation for maintaining traffic signals on
state-owned roadways. Councilman Fla nders stated that the City
maintained 62 traffic signals and other devices, based on the Florida
Department of Transportation inventory. Councilman Flanders stated
that the City would receive one lump sum payment, in the amount of
$270,350.00, in accordance with Exhibit A, at the end of the contract
period of July 1, 2017, to June 30, 20 18. Councilman Flanders stated
that the City received compensation, in the amount of$263,775.00 for the
maintenance of 62 traffic signals and other devices for Fiscal
Year 2016-2017. Councilman Flanders stated that Fiscal Year 2017-2018
included an increase of $6,575.00 pursuant to Amendment No. 1
approved July 2009, that increased the unit rate by 3 percent each fiscal
year. Councilman Flanders stated that funding, in the amount of
$4,360.00, was required for maintenance of the signal lights at each of the
62 intersections. Saeed Kazemi, P.E., City Manager, stated that the City
maintained more lights than the 62 intersections located on state roads.
Councilman Flanders stated that funding, in the approximate amount of
$500,000.00, was needed for the maintenance of signals throughout the
City. Councilman Flanders stated that the maintenance of lights, after
10 years, was $5,000,000.00 of state and local funding. Councilman
Flanders stated that the expense, after 25 years, was close to
$15,000,000.00 to maintain the intersections. Councilman Flanders
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Councilman Flanders stated that the City should do what it could to
eliminate signalized intersections and provide safe intersections. It was
moved by Councilman Flanders and seconded by Councilwoman Anthony
to approve Traffic Signal Maintenance and Compensation Agreement
Exhibit A, in the amount of $270,350.00, with the Florida Department of
Transportation for Fiscal Year 2017-2018. Mr. Kazemi stated that
roundabouts would be installed at the intersections of Virginia Avenue and
McGregor Boulevard and Challenger Boulevard and Winkler Avenue. Mr.
Kazemi stated that two additional roundabouts may be installed at Hanson
Street and Ortiz Avenue and Hanson Street and VeronicaS. Shoemaker
Boulevard during construction of the Hanson Street Extension. Mr.
Kazemi stated that the City was working the Florida Department of
Transportation on a roundabout at State Road 80 and Seaboard Street.
Mr. Kazemi stated that the Traffic Calming Master Plan completed in 2002
identified 12 intersections where roundabouts were recommended. Mr.
Kazemi stated that funding to implement the roundabouts was being
sought. Mr. Kazemi stated that the Metropolitan Planning Organization
had a list of 18 intersections in Lee County in which roundabouts were
recommended and 12 of those were located in the City. Mr. Kazemi stated
that the City could install roundabouts at intersections but agreements
were needed to install roundabouts on state or county roads. It was moved
by Councilman Flanders, seconded by Councilwoman Anthony and
unanimously carried to approve Traffic Signal Maintenance and
Compensation Agreement Exhibit A, in the amount of $270,350.00, with
the Florida Department of Transportation for Fiscal Year 2017-2018.

NO. 8 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING: THIRD READING - ORDINANCE


NO. 3796 AMENDING THE CITY CODE, SUB-PART B LAND
DEVELOPMENT CODE, CHAPTER 118 LAND USE REGULATIONS,
ARTICLE 7 . COMMUNITY APPEARANCE, SECTION 118.7.7 PUBLIC
ART TO ENCOURAGE CONTRIBUTIONS BY PRIVATE DEVELOPMENTS
TO THE PUBLIC ART FUND Pursuant to advertisement in The
NewsiDPress, issue of January 26, 2017, Affidavit of Publication on file, the
public hearing continued from February 6, 2017, was held at this time on
amending the City Code, Sub-Part B Land Development Code,
Chapter 118 Land Use Regulations, Article 7. Community Appearance,
Section 118.7.7 Public Art. Mayor Henderson introduced and caused to
be read by Grant W. Alley, City Attorney, in full by its title for th e third
reading, an ordinance, as hereinafter set out entitled:

ORDINANCE NO. 3796

AN ORDINANCE
To Be Entitled:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF


FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CITY CODE,
SUB-PART B, LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, CHAPTER 118
LAND USE REGULATIONS, ARTICLE 7. COMMUNITY
APPEARANCE, SECTION 118.7.7 PUBLIC ART; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

Mayor Henderson stated that the Public Art Committee worked with the
City to revise the Land Development Code to encourage additional
contributions to the public art fund. Mayor Henderson stated that the
ordinance was reviewed and approved by the Public Art Committee. Mayor
Henderson stated that the Planning Board approved the ordinance except
for Section 118.7.7 C.5, in part, as follows:

If an applicant for a planned unit development declines to


contribute to the public art fund, the applicant shall provide
a written statement outlining their justification for not
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be included in the report to the planning board and city
council at any hearing to consider the planned unit
development.

Mayor Henderson stated that the Public Art Committee approved the
ordinance with the above verbiage included. Mayor Hende rson stated that
the Public Art Committee recommended verbiage in Section 118.7. 7 C.1
as follows:

The city when building capital improvement projects, with a


construction value of $250,000 or more shall pay and
amount of not less than 0.5% .. ."

Mayor Henderson stated that City Council, on February 6, 2017,


continued the public hearing to March 6, 2017, with amendments as
follows:

Section B: Definitions: Capital improvement projects


definition was amended to vertical capital improvement
projects and excludes underground utilities.

Section C 1: Vertical was added to capital improvement


p rojects and the percentage for art fee was increased from
.5% to 1%.

Section 5: Last two sentences d eleted as follows:


If an applicant for a planned unit development declines to
contribute to the public art fund, the applicant shall provide
a written statement outlining their justification for not
supporting art in public places. The written statement shall
be included in the report to the planning board and city
council at any hearing to consider the planned unit
development.

Section F: Changed from providing 10% for conservation,


repairs and maintenance to at least 10% and up to 25% and
the specific reserve between 10% and 25% shall be reviewed
annually by the Public Art Committee and presented to city
council for approval. Funds shall be solely for conservation,
repair, and maintenance.

Mayor Henderson stated that the Building and Zoning Oversight


Committee, on February 23, 2017, voted to oppose the proposed public art
ordinance. Saeed Kazemi, P.E., City Manager , stated that the public
hearing should be continued to the second City Council meeting in
April 2017. Mayor Henderson stated that an email was received by the
Lee Building Industry Association requesting additional time to review the
ordinance. There being no one else present to be heard, it was moved by
Councilwoman Anthony, seconded by Councilwoman Brown and
unanimously carried to continue the public hearing to April17, 2017.

NO. 9 PUBLIC HEARING: SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO. 3798


AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 3777, THE DEVELOPMENT ORDER FOR
ARBORWOOD DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT, LOCATED
EAST OF INTERSTATE 75 AND SOUTH OF COLONIAL BOULEVARD
AND ON THE EAST AND WEST SIDES OF TREELINE AVENUE, TO
EXTEND THE TIMEFRAMES FOR BUILDOUT, PHASING
CONCURRENCY, AND VESTING BY ONE YEAR, AND RESCINDING
ORDINANCE NO . 3777 AS REQUESTED BY NEALE MONTGOMERY,
ESQUIRE, REPRESENTING RICHARD ARKIN, GL HOME, AND
RICHARD MCCORMICK, CENTEX HOMES , OWNERS
(QUASI-JUDICIAL) Pursuant to advertisement in The News121Press, issue
of February 17,2017, Affidavit of Publication on file, the public hearing
was held at this time on amending Ordinance No. 3777, the Development

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Order for Arborwood Development of Regional Impact, located east of
Interstate 75 and south of Colonial Boulevard and on the east and west
sides of Treeline Avenue, to extend the timeframes for buildout, phasing
concurrency, and vesting by one year, and rescinding Ordinance No. 3777
as requested by Neale Montgomery, Esquire, representing Richard Arkin,
GL Home, and Richard McCormick, Centex Homes, owners. Mayor
Henderson introduced and caused to be read by Grant W. Alley, City
Attorney, in full by its title for the second reading, an ordinance, as
hereinafter set out entitled:

ORDINANCE NO. 3798

AN ORDINANCE
To Be Entitled:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF


FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, AMENDING ORDINANCE
NO. 3777, THE DEVELOPMENT ORDER FOR THE
ARBORWOOD DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT
LOCATED EAST OF INTERSTATE NO. 75 AND SOUTH OF
COLONIAL BOULEVARD AND ON THE EAST AND WEST
SIDES OF TREELINE AVENUE, IN SECTIONS 2, 3, 10, 11,
12, 13, 14, 15, AND 23, TOWNSH IP 45 SOUTH, RANGE 25
EAST; BY EXTENDING THE DATES FOR BUILDOUT,
PHASING, CONCURRENCY VESTING AND EXPIRATION
PROVIDED THEREIN; RESCINDING ORDINANCE NO. 3777;
PROVIDING FOR LEGAL STATUS, PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY, AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE
DATE.

Councilman Banks stated that there had been no exparte communication


regarding amending the Development Order for Arborwood Development
of Regional Impact. Councilwoman Anthony stated that there had been
no exparte communication regarding amending the Development Order for
Arborwood Development of Regional Impact. Councilman Streets stated
that there had been no exparte communication regarding amending the
Development Order for Arborwood Development of Regional Impact.
Mayor Henderson stated that there had been no exparte communication
regarding amending the Development Order for Arborwood Development
of Regional Impact. Councilman Flanders stated that there had been no
exparte communication regarding amending the Development Order for
Arborwood Development of Regional Impact. Councilwoman Brown stated
that there had been no exparte communication regarding amending the
Development Order for Arborwood Development of Regional Impact.
Councilwoman Watson stated that there had been no exparte
communication regarding amending the Development Order for
Arborwood Development of Regional Impact. Marie Adams, MMC, City
Clerk, administered the oath to those people who would give testimony
during the quasiiZijudicial hearing. Joe Adams, Esquire, Pavese Law Firm,
representing WCI Communities, LLC, owners, stated that compensation
had not been given or offered to object or not object to amending the
Development Order for Arborwood Development of Regional Impact,
located east of Interstate 75 and south of Colonial Boulevard and on the
east and west sides of Treeline Avenue, to extend the timeframes for
buildout, phasing concurrency, and vesting by one year, and rescinding
Ordinance No. 3777. Mayor Henderson stated that Neale Montgomery,
Esquire, representing Richard Arkin, GL Home, and Richard McCormick,
Centex Homes, owners, requested an extension of the buildout date and
expiration of the Development Order for Arborwood Development of
Regional Impact. Mayor Henderson stated that the request was for a
1 year extension to extend the project buildout date from April 1, 2025, to
April 1, 2026, and to extend the project expiration date from April 1, 2026,
to April 1, 2027. Mayor Henderson stated that the modifications to the
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of Proposed Change under Section 380, Florida Statutes, was not required.
Mayor Henderson stated that Arborwood Development of Regional Impact
was determined to be entitled to the statutory extension authorized by
Florida Statute, Section 252.363, for State of Emergency legislation in
effect for Lake Okeechobee Discharge # 16-59, Heavy Rainfall # 16-30, as
extended by Executive Orders# 16-43 and # 16-64. Mayor Henderson
stated that all on-going developments were entitled to be extended by
1 year. Mayor Henderson stated that the Planning Board, at its regular
meeting and advertised public hearing on December 7, 2016, considered
the request for approval of the timeframe extensions for Arborwood
Development of Regional Impact. The Planning Board found the
Arborwood Development of Regional Impact amendment consistent with
the Comprehensive Plan and the Land Development Code recommended
approval of the request. There being no one else present to be heard, it
was moved by Councilwoman Anthony, seconded by Councilwoman
Brown and unanimously carried to adopt Ordinance No. 3798 at
5:40 o'clock p.m.

NO. 10 PUBLIC HEARING: SECOND READING - ORDINANCE NO . 3799


AMENDING THE CITY CODE, CHAPTER 54 NUISANCES, ARTICLE X
POST CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE OF STRUCTURES AND
PREMISES, DIVISION 3 STANDARDS, SECTION 54-396
INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE ADOPTED, BY
ADOPTING THE 2015 INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
CODE Pursuant to advertisement in The Newsi11Press, issue of
February 23,2017, Affidavit of Publication on file, the public h earing was
held at th is time on amending the City Code, Chapter 54 Nuisances,
Article X Post Construction maintenance of Structures and Premises,
Division 3 Standards, Section 54-396 International Property Maintenance
Code adopted, by adopting the 2015 International Property Maintenance
Code. Mayor Henderson introduced and caused to be read by Grant W.
Alley, City Attorney, in full by its title for the second reading, an ordinance,
as hereinafter set out e ntitled:

ORDINANCE NO. 3799

AN ORDINANCE
To Be Entitled:

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF


FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, ADOPTING AMENDMENT
NO. 16-TA-01, ALSO KNOWN AS 16- 1ESR, INTO THE
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN TO MODIFY THE FUTURE LAND
USE ELEMENT AND THE TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT
REGARDING THE CSX/SEMINOLE GULF RAIL CORRIDOR;
FORWARDING THE ADOPTED AMENDMENTS TO THE
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AND OTHER
AGENCIES REQUIRING NOTIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR
LEGAL STATUS, PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY, AND
PROVIDING FOR EFFECTIVE DATES OF THE
AMENDMENTS AND THIS ORDINANCE.

Mayor Henderson stated that City Council, on October 2, 2006, adopted


the 2006 International Property Maintenance Code. Mayor Henderson
stated that the International Property Maintenance Code was used by the
Code Enforcement Division and the Building Division to ensure properties
were maintained to meet the life, health and safety standards. Mayor
Henderson stated that the International Code Council, Inc. published the
2015 International Property Maintenance Code which must be adopted by
City Council. It was moved by Councilman Banks and seconded by
Councilwoman Brown to adopt Ordinance No. 3799. Councilman
Flanders stated that action and enforcement were needed to e nsure that
properties complied with City Code. Councilman Flanders stated that a
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Street, had a piece of particle board nailed over a broken window for the
past 4 years. Councilman Flanders stated that there were code
enforcement issues that needed to be addressed. Councilman Flanders
stated that code enforcement was typically enforced through a complaint
system. Councilman Flanders stated that code enforcement needed to be
more aggressive through employees and actions of the City. Saeed
Kazemi, P.E., City Manager, stated that a Citywide Code Compliance
Report would be presented to City Council at a future meeting or
workshop. Mr. Kazemi stated that the report included every code violation
in the City. Mr. Titmuss stated that the majority of code enforcement
activity in the City was self-initiated activity not complaint driven. Mr.
Titmuss stated that there were only 4 code enforcement officers for the
City. Mr. Kazemi stated that a request for more code enforcement officers
would be included in the Fiscal Year2017-2018 budget. Mr. Titmuss
stated that the City was more complaint driven than it was in the past
because there were 4 Code Officers instead of 10. Mr. Titmuss stated that
Code Enforcement was 63 percent self-initiated. There being no one else
present to be heard, it was moved by Councilman Banks, seconded by
Councilwoman Brown and unanimously carried to adopt Ordinance
No. 3799 at 5:46 o'clock p.m.

NO. lOa FORT MYERS POLICE DEPARTMENT NEEDS ASSESSMENT


BY FREEH GROUP INTERNATIONAL SOLUTIONS, LLC Mayor
Henderson stated that City Council, on May 16, 2016, approved an
agreement, in the not to exceed amount of $150,000.00, with Freeh Group
International Solutions, LLC to prepare an independent review of the
investigative functions of the Police Department. Mayor Henderson stated
that the Police Department Needs Assessment was completed on
February 22, 2017, to the City Manager and City Council. Councilman
Streets stated that City Council should take leadership and discuss the
results of the Police Department Needs Assessment and make
recommendations for future action by the City Manager and Police Chief.
Councilman Streets stated that the Police Department Needs Assessment
provided a wake-up call to City Council about issues in the Police
Department. Councilman Streets stated that people in Wards 1, 2, and 3
had been on the losing end of things for a long time and the Police
Department Needs Assessment provided hope that they would start
winning again. Councilman Streets stated that the City had police officers
that were committed to doing their job and the Police Department Needs
Assessment provided that some issues had gone unchecked. Councilman
Streets stated that Chief Diggs would provide leadership to direct the Police
Department into the future. Councilman Streets stated that the
recommendations should be completed within 6 months to one year.
Councilman Streets stated that the community needed to hold the City
Council accountable and responsible to do their jobs. Councilman Streets
stated that the Police Department had some of the best police officers and
the Police Department Needs Assessment provided th at some of them may
have gone astray. Councilman Streets stated that the police officers had
a Bill of Rights that protected or limited information disclosed by the Police
Chief. Councilman Streets stated that the Police Department Needs
Assessment included Appendix B which was released only to the Police
Chief. Councilman Streets stated that the Department of Justice asserted
that the same investigation could be done at no cost to the City.
Councilman Streets stated that it was incumbent on City Council to
determine if the allegations in the Police Department Needs Assessment
were true and take appropriate action through the City Manager and the
Police Chief to ensure the allegations were addressed. Councilman Streets
stated that the Police Department was short-handed and the assertion
that more could be done with less resources was incomprehensible.
Councilman Streets stated that another independent investigation was
needed based on some charges could be leveled. Councilman Streets
stated that lives could have been lost because people in the Police
Department were not doing their jobs. Councilman Streets stated that
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the community and the Police Department. Councilman Streets stated
that the Police Department Needs Assessment recommended
reestablishing police substations. Councilman Streets stated that the
Police Department Needs Assessment let the community know their
complaints were heard by the City. Councilman Streets stated that the
City Manager initiated the study and would be held accountable by City
Council to get the job done. Councilman Banks stated that the
investigators from Freeh Group International Solutions, LLC were formerly
with the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Department of Justice.
Councilman Banks stated that Louis J. Freeh, owner, Freeh Group
International Solutions, LLC was a former federal district court judge and
served as Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Councilman
Banks stated that Chief Diggs was confronted by a state legislator
regarding a fire arm interdiction program that would provide minor
offenders an opportunity to find jobs and establish a good life instead of
returning to crime. Councilman Banks stated that there had not been a
homicide around Dunbar in 170 days. Councilman Banks stated that City
Council should provide Chief Diggs an opportunity to do his job in
response to the Police Department Needs Assessment. Councilman Banks
stated that one of the recommendations in the Police Department Needs
Assessment was for Chief Diggs to seek outside help to investigate
allegations against police officers. Councilman Banks stated that there
were no Captains on the City police force. Councilman Banks stated that
the Police Department Needs Assessment provided direction for the City to
clean up issues of the past. Councilwoman Anthony stated that the
campaign for election in 2015 for Ward 6 Council Member focused on the
issues in the Police Department and its inability to solve homicides.
Councilwoman Anthony stated that the Police Department Needs
Assessment included a unique plan for the Police Department.
Councilwoman Anthony stated that the City needed to explore funding
options to provide a new building complex for the Police Department.
Councilwoman Anthony stated that the Police Department Needs
Assessment provided a roadmap for solutions to problems in the Police
Department. Councilman Flanders stated that the investigation by the
Freeh Group International Solutions, LLC was timely. Councilman
Flanders stated that the Police Department Needs Assessment
recommended police substations in the City. Councilman Flanders stated
that the media reported that the scandal happened on the watch of City
Council. Councilman Flanders stated that implementing the
recommendations in the Police Department Needs Assessment should only
take 6 months to one year. Councilwoman Brown stated that the City
Manager was responsible for ensuring that Chief Diggs followed the
recommendations in the Police Department Needs Assessment.
Councilwoman Brown stated that City Council had the right to remove the
City Manager if the problems identified in the Police Department Needs
Assessment were not corrected. Councilwoman Brown stated that Chief
Diggs took the reins at the Police Department and was working to bring
back transparency and bridging the gap with the community.
Councilwoman Brown stated that not all police officers were corrupt.
Councilwoman Brown stated that people in power sometimes abused the
authority of their position and it happened everywhere in America.
Councilwoman Watson stated that an investigation by the United States
Department of Justice was needed because the problems in the City.
Councilwoman Watson stated that the problems in the City started before
Chief Diggs was appointed Police Chief. Councilwoman Watson stated that
City Council would not gain the respect of the residents in Wards 1, 2,
and 3 if further investigation was not completed. Councilwoman Watson
stated that an investigation by the United States Department of Justice
would be done at no cost to the City and there was nothing to lose by
requesting the investigation. Councilwoman Watson stated that the
problems identified with police officers was only scratching the surface of
a larger problem. Mr. Kazemi stated that other agencies, including the
State Attorney's Office, were involved in investigating the Police
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prepared by Youth and Families in Crisis, LLC, a consultant to the Ci ty,
provided direction for Chief Diggs to interact with the community . Mr.
Kazemi stated that Youth and Families in Crisis, LLC was invited by Chief
Diggs to assist with the study. Mr. Kazemi stated that the problems in the
community had been around a long time and it would take four years to
flx. Mr. Kazemi stated that solutions would take time and budgets had to
be established to make the changes recommended in the Police
Department Needs Assessment. Mr. Kazemi stated that Chief Diggs
started making improvements at the Police Department before the Police
Department Needs Assessment was completed. Mr. Kazemi stated that
the police officers risked their lives every day to protect the community
and the City should support them. Mr. Kazemi stated that Chief Diggs
would flnd out which police officers did not belong in the Police
Department.

Grant W. Alley, City Attorney, left the meeting at 6:22 o'clock p.m.

Councilman Streets stated that he was approached by some police officers


for help at the Police Department. Councilman Streets sta ted that the City
had been in a similar situation many years ago and Jim McGee, a reporter
at The News-Press, published a story about the Police Department.
Councilman Streets stated that The News-Press reporters Jim McGee,
Fran Williams, and Lee Melsek wrote stories to expose problems, not just
to meet deadlines. Councilman Streets stated that The News-Press was
lacking investigative reporters that would report the trut h. Councilman
Streets stated that the law enforcement community had to provide the
media with the truth.
Councilman Streets stated that a collaborative effort was needed with the
media, the people, leaders of the community, and pastors.

Grant W. Alley, City Attorney, returned to the meeting at 6:25 o'clock p.m.

Councilman Streets stated that the City Manager should work with the
Police Chief to either use the Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau
of Investigation, Florida Department of Law Enforcement, or appeal
directly to Attorney General Pam Bondi. Councilman Street s stated that
City Council wanted the truth, transparency, and trust. Councilman
Streets stated that the residents in Wards 1, 2, and 3 used to work with
the Police Department. Councilman Streets stated that the Police
Department had community policing officers that were dedicated, trained,
and certified. Councilman Streets stated that supervisors d id not have to
follow police officers around to ensure they were doing their job because
the community would let the supervisors know if their job was not done.
Councilman Streets stated that there was an orchestrated conspiracy
from 2008 until 2016 to hijack the Police Department. Councilman
Streets stated that the rights of the families, friends, and visitors to the
community had to be protected.

Councilwoman Brown left the meeting at 6:30 o'clock p.m.

It was moved by Councilman Streets to give the City Mana ge r the authority
to work with the Chief to get somebody in here to look in depth and let the
chips fall where they may. Councilwoman Anthony stated that the City
Manager and the Police Chief had the authority to call for an outside
investigation. Councilman Streets stated that the City Manager and Police
Chief needed to hear from City Council what they needed to do.
Councilman Streets stated that City Council was responsible and that
things inside the Police Department may be being destroyed. It was moved
by Councilman Streets and seconded by Councilman Flanders to give the
City Manager the authority to work with the Chief to get somebody in here
to look in depth and let the chips fall where they may. Councilwoman
Watson stated that an investigation by an outside agency was not the
decision of the City Manager. Councilwoman Watson stated that City
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Watson stated that City Council needed to tell City Manager to bring the
Department of Justice in to investigate. Councilwoman Watson stated
that the people in Wards 1, 2, and 3 would not respect City Council if the
Department of Justice was not brought in to investigate. Councilwoman
Watson stated that the Department of Justice could lay down some rules
to follow. Councilwoman Watson stated that the Department of Justice
could investigate the jacket of each police officer and would get to the
bottom of the trouble in the Police Department. Councilwoman Watson
stated that the dir ection to bring in the Department of Justice could not
be left to the City Manager and Chief Diggs. Councilwoman Watson stated
that City Council needed to gain the respect of the people in Wards 1, 2,
and 3. Councilman Streets stated that the focus should be on the entire
City. Councilman Streets stated that City Council gave authority to the
City Manager and the Police Chief to implement the recommendations of
the Police Department Needs Assessment.

Councilwoman Brown returned to the meeting at 6:34 o'clock p.m.

Councilman Streets stated that the motion directed the City Manager and
the Police Chief to choose the best option for an outside investigation. Mr.
Kazemi stated that the Police Chief needed to have the authority and
opportu nity to implement recommendations from th e Police Department
Needs Assessment. Councilwoman Watson stated that the Police Chief did
not know the police officers yet. Mr. Kazemi stated that it was the job of
the Police Chief to find out who the police officers were so he could direct
the Police Department. Mr. Kazemi stated that Chief Diggs had been with
the Police Departmen t for 6 months and needed time to implemen t
changes. Mr. Kazemi stated that Chief Diggs need the chance to operate
the Police Department before h e was told how t o operate the Police
Department. Mr. Kazemi stated that when Chief Diggs was hired he knew
the goals and objections. Councilman Flanders stated that if the motion
was to authorize the City Manager and the Police Chief to use legal
authorities to do investigations it was acceptable. Councilman Flanders
stated that if the motion was to tell the City Manager which organization
to use and how to u se that organization , the motion was going too far.
Councilman Flanders stated that the motion to authorize the City Manager
to use those agencies where the City Manager and the Police Chief see fit
was supported. Councilman Flanders stated that specifically telling the
City Manager and Police Chief specifically what to do, what agency to
select, and who to investigate was not supported. Councilman Streets
stated that the motion was to direct the City Manager to work with the
Police Chief to at least choose one of the four options. Councilman Streets
stated that the authority of the Police Chief or the City Manager could be
usurped. Councilman Streets stated that directives were given and it was
time for the City Manager and Police Chief to get to work. Councilman
Banks stated that further investigat ions should be the decision of the
Police Ch ief. Coun cilma n Ban ks stated that the chain of command needed
to be followed or it would affect leadership. Councilman Banks stated that
the City Council could violate the terms of the contract with the Police
Chief by in sertin g itself into the process. Councilman Banks stated that
another investigation would split the focus of the Police Chief. Councilman
Banks stated that the Police Chief could not focus on the investigation and
correcting the issues identified in the Police Department Needs
Assessment at the same time. Councilwoman Watson stated that City
Council was elected to work together to direct the City Manager who
directed the Police Chief and if City Council was not going to do that all
Council Members should step down. Councilman Streets stated that there
had been a deficit in leadership at the Police Department and it was not
from the departure of 41 officers in 2008. Councilman Streets stated that
people should trust not only the Police Department but City Council.
Councilman Streets stated that the City needed communities, not chaos.
Mayor Henderson stated that Chief Diggs needed the opportunity to
perform. Mayor Henderson stated that the process started by listening to
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Task Force was created and during the process it was confirmed that all
law enforcement agencies were prepared to rally around the City. Mayor
Henderson stated that the agencies have supported Chief Diggs. Mayor
Henderson stated that Chief Diggs, given the opportunity, would address
all 32 recommendations in the Police Department Needs Assessment.
Mayor Henderson stated that City Council should let the process unfold
under the leadership of Chief Diggs and the City Manager. Mayor
Henderson stated that City Council had accomplished a lot to reduce crime
including starting the Mayor's Law Enforcement Task Force, working with
the faith based community, hiring Chief Diggs, and hiring Saeed Kazemi
as the new City Manager. Mayor Henderson stated that the Police
Department Needs Assessment was a plan to be used by the City Manager
and Chief Diggs. Mayor Henderson stated that the resources of every law
enforcement agency, except the military, was available to the City. Mayor
Henderson stated that the motion was not supported. Mayor Henderson
stated that it would not take 5 years to implement the recommendations
in the Police Department Needs Assessment. Mayor Henderson stated that
body cameras were used by the Police Department. Mayor Henderson
stated that surveillance cameras were installed in public places. Mayor
Henderson stated that seventeen fully outfitted police cruisers and
11 police officers wer e added to the Police Department. Mayor Henderson
stated that more resources would be allocated to the Police Department.
It was moved by Councilman Streets and seconded by Councilman
Flanders to direct the City Manager to work with the Police Chief to choose
one of 4 options; Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice,
Florida Department of Law Enforcement, or State Attorney, Pam Bondi.
Grant W. Alley, City Attorney, stated that the City Manager could engage
the outside agencies at any time and did not need the direction of City
Council to initiate contact. Councilwoman Brown stated that City Council
had to trust the process and give the City Manager and Police Chief time
to do their jobs. Councilman Streets stated that the problem in the Police
Department was bigger than City Council thought. Councilman Streets
stated that a situation created and leadership did not address it for more
than 180 days exceeding the limitations. Councilman Streets stated that
a discriminatory issue was ignored for 8 years without an internal affairs
investigation and the police officer accused was still employed at the Police
Department. Councilwoman Brown stated that Councilman Streets
should work with City Manager and Chief Diggs and share his expertise
with the Police Department. Councilman Streets stated that meetings
were held with former Police Chief Doug Baker and former City Manager,
William P. Mitchell regarding the Police Department. Councilman Streets
stated that meetings were held with Saeed Kazemi and information was
provided in writing. Councilman Streets stated that there was a deficit of
leadership in the Police Department. Councilman Streets stated that there
were police officers that did not want to do their job because if a mistake
was made they would be disciplined more harshly than those police
officers that were in the clique. Councilman Streets stated that the Police
Department Needs Assessment was done because the City Manager
listened to City Council and the community. It was moved by Councilman
Streets, seconded by Councilman Flanders to direct the City Manager to
work with the Police Chief to choose one of 4 options; Federal Bureau of
Investigation, Department of Justice, Florida Department of Law
Enforcement, or State Attorney, Pam Bondi. Councilman Banks,
Councilwoman Anthony, Mayor Hender son, Councilman Flanders, and
Councilwoman Brown voted no. Motion failed.

NO . 11 CITIZEN ADVISORY BOARD VACANCIES Mayor Henderson


stated that there were 35 vacancies on the citizen advisory boards. A
motion was not made.

Councilwoman Watson left the meeting at 6:56 o'clock p.m.

NO . 11a CREATE A DEPUTY POLICE CHIEF POSITION AND


2 ADDITIONAL LIEUTENANT POSITIONS INCLUDING BENEFITS AND

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EQUIPMENT; AND THE PURCHASE OF 24 LAPTOPS, DOCKING
STATIONS, AND PRINTERS FOR USE IN POLICE VEHICLES, AS
RECOMMENDED NEEDS ASSESSMENT PREPARED BY THE FREEH
GROUP INTERNATIONAL SOLUTIONS, LLC AND BUDGET
AMENDMENT FROM GENERAL FUND RESERVES Saeed Kazem i, P.E.,
City Manager, stated that The Freeh Group International Solutions, LLC
was engaged by the City to conduct a Needs Assessment of the Police
Department to identify impediments to addressing violent crime within the
City, and more specifically within the Dunbar Community. Mr. Kazemi
stated that the Needs Assessment addressed a wide range of topics
including 32 recommendations and numerous suggestions. Mr. Kazemi
stated that the Police Department would proceed with three critical needs
as follows:

Item No. 1: At present, the Department is a "flat"


organization. There are 3 captains (in addition there is
1 vacancy) who occupy the highest level of leadership below
the chief position. We would recommend that the City hire
2 deputy chiefs on an interim basis. We would note that the
position of deputy chief previously existed but that, at
present, it does not. The current management structure of
4 captains unfortunately causes information to be isolated
into four separate segments of t he department. As a result,
communication within the department is severely curtailed.
There should be a position inserted above captain that
improves accountability within each Bureau and insures the
Chief is fully informed.

Mr. Kazemi stated that the Police Chief recommended hiring 1 Deputy
Police Chief as a contract position to comply with the Needs Assessment.
Mr. Kazemi stated that the contract position would be employed for
approximately 2 years.

Item No.2: The Department should purchase laptops,


printers, and docking stations for each detective.

Mr. Kazemi stated that the detectives had a desk computer and were
unable to access critical law enforcement information when on the road.
Mr. Kazemi stated that the laptops and printers provided the detectives
access to the information from their desk and in the field. Mr. Kazemi
stated that the Police Department requested 24 laptops, printers, and
docking stations, in the approximate amount $75,000.00.

Item #3: More attention was needed for dedicated


supervision of investigative services within the Investigations
Bureau and internal affairs within the Professional
Standards Bureau. The creation of two lieutenant positions
adequately corresponded to the recommendations provided
in the Needs Assessment.

Mr. Kazemi stated that the Police Chief recommended adding 2 lieutenant
positions to adequately staff the supervisory needs of the Police
Department. Mr. Kazemi stated that embracing the recommendations of
the Police Department Needs Assessment was imperative to assist the
Police Department in protecting all residents and visitors to the City and
most importantly to reduce crime and regain the trust of the community.
Mr. Kazemi stated that the annual salary and benefits for the deputy police
chief and 2 additional lieutenants was approximately $605,912.00. Mr.
Kazemi stated that based on information in the Police Department Needs
Assessment prepared by Freeh Group International Solutions, LLC the
Police Chief needed an assistant to assisting in running the Police
Department. Mr. Kazemi stated that the Deputy Chief position would be
on a contract basis and a permanent position was not being sought. Mr.
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contract employee.

Councilwoman Watson returned to the meeting at 6:58 o'clock p.m.

Mr. Kazemi stated that the restructuring of the Police Department required
the addition of two lieutenant positions. Mr. Kazemi stated that the
detectives had to hand write reports, go to the Police Department, and
enter the information into the computer. Mr. Kazemi stated that the focus
was not on the things done wrong but on solutions to help advance the
Police Department. It was moved by Councilwoman Anthony and
seconded by Councilman Flanders to approve the creation of a Deputy
Police Chief position and 2 additional Lieutenant positions for a total of
$322,456.00 including benefits and equipment; and the purchase of
24 laptops, docking stations, and printers, in the amount of $75,000.00,
for use in police vehicles, as recommended in the Needs Assessment
prepared by The Freeh Group International Solutions, LLC and approve a
budget amendment, in the amount of $397,456.00, from General Fund
Reserves of which $75,000.00 was appropriated to Information Technology
Services Department and $322,456.00 was appropriated to Police
Department. Councilwoman Watson stated that the Deputy Chief position
was needed but the problems in the Police Department needed to be solved
before adding 2 new lieutenant positions. Derrick Diggs, Police Chief,
stated that there were vacancies at the Police Department. Chief Diggs
stated that he would work rapidly to fill the vacant Captain positions which
would, in turn, create lieutenant positions. Chief Diggs stated that the
recommendations in the Police Department Needs Assessment needed to
be implemented. Chief Diggs stated that the recommendations in the
Police Department Needs Assessment were embraced. Chief Diggs stated
that the good police officers provided much of the information in the Police
Department Needs Assessment. Chief Diggs stated that the restructuring
of the Police Department and the concerns in the Police Department Needs
Assessment would be rapidly addressed. Chief Diggs stated that the
additional funded lieutenant positions would provide staff to Internal
Affairs to ensure that administrative investigations were consistently and
fairly completed and for the Investigative Services Division where
shortcomings were indicated in the Police Department Needs Assessment.
Chief Diggs stated that promoting police officers to the captain position
would be done in the near future. Chief Diggs stated that the Police
Department needed to be restructured to address recommendations
included in the Police Department Needs Assessment. Chief Diggs stated
that the Police Department Needs Assessment identified a lack of many of
the mistakes identified in the Police Department Needs Assessment were
from trying to accomplish too much with too few personnel. Chief Diggs
stated that expansion of staff was required to address some
recommendations in the Police Department Needs Assessment. Chief
Diggs stated that a serious amount of investment was required to provide
funding for the Police Department. Chief Diggs stated that the
recommendation in the Police Department Needs Assessment was twos
Deputy Chief positions be hired from outside of the Police Department.
Chief Diggs stated that people being considered for the Deputy Chief
position but no decisions would be made until the position was funded
and the terms and conditions of employment and contract were completed.
Chief Diggs stated that there were 9 lieutenant positions at the Police
Department. Chief Diggs stated that there were 3 vacant Captain
positions. Chief Diggs stated that there were two promotional lists
circulating; one for lieutenant and one for sergeant. Chief Diggs stated
that all promotions had to be from within the Police Department.
Councilman Banks stated that the promotions should help morale at the
Police Department. Councilman Banks stated that Internal Affairs should
be locked and secure. Mr. Kazemi stated that Internal Affairs would be
relocated outside of the Police Department or do something different.
Councilwoman Anthony stated that all available resources of the Human
Resources Department should be made available to the Police Department.
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appropriate time to use laptops in police cruisers. Chief Diggs stated that
the laptops were needed to provide detectives the ability to update reports
in the field. Chief Diggs stated that the laptops could be removed from the
police cruiser and taken into the office. Chief Diggs stated that the police
officers would not type reports while driving. Chief Diggs stated that one
of the new lieutenant positions would be responsible for all complaints
received through the Citizen Response System and ensuring that officer
complaints were processed appropriately. Chief Diggs stated that there
were requirements regarding promotion within the Police Department and
it was the job of the Police Chief to ensure the right people were promoted.
Chief Diggs stated that the candidates were being interviewed for the
sergeant promotions. Chief Diggs stated that previous Police Chiefs did
not interview promotional candidates. Chief Diggs stated that an outside
panel would interview the lieutenant candidates. Chief Diggs stated that
an interview process would be used for the captain promotions. It was
moved by Councilwoman Anthony, seconded by Cou ncilman Flanders and
unanimously carried to approve the creation of a Deputy Police Chief
position and 2 addition al Lieutenant positions for a total of $322,456.00
including benefits and equipment; and the purchase of 24 laptops,
docking stations, and printers, in the amount of $75,000.00, for use in
police vehicles, as recommended by the Needs Assessment prepared by
The Freeh Group International Solutions, LLC and approve a budget
amendment, in the amount of $397,456.00, from General Fund Reserves
of which $75,000.00 was appropriated to Information Technology Services
Department and $322,456.00 was appropriated to Police Department.

NO. llb CREATING AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MANAGER


POSITION FOR SALARY AND BENEFITS FOR THE REMAINDER OF
FISCAL YEAR 2016-2017 Saeed Kazemi, P.E., City Manager, stated that
one of the goals in the Strategic Plan was to foster economic development
for the City. Mr. Kazemi stated that City Council created and appointed
an Economic Development Advisory Board which met monthly. Mr.
Kazemi stated that the Fort Myers 2028 Strategic Plan established the
community vision set by City Council in 2013. Mr. Kazemi stated that
elected City leadership, the City management team, and the city
organization committed to vision statements to guide decisions
through 2028. Mr. Kazemi stated that the vision statement for 2028
identified 8 guiding principles to provide the clarity and direction to
maintain the prominence of the City as a leader on the gulf coast of Florida.
Mr. Kazemi stated that the Economic Development Manager, under the
direction of the City Manager, would perform professional work in
neighborhood and economic development, perform a variety of program or
project planning activities that impacted municipal development which
included analyzing data, and formulating and recommending plans and
programs relevant to municipal conditions and needs. Mr. Kazemi stated
that the Economic Development Manager would provide direction and
support to the Economic Development Advisory Board. Mr. Kazemi stated
that th e salary and benefits for the Economic Development Manager for
one year was estimated at $154,457.00. Mr. Kazemi stated that the
position would be funded through the salary savings from the vacant
Assistant City Manager position until the end of Fiscal Year 2016-2017. It
was moved by Councilman Streets, seconded by Councilwoman Anthony
and unanimously carried to approve creating an Economic Development
Manager position, in the amount of $77,228.00, for salary and benefits for
the remainder of Fiscal Year 2016-2017.

NO. 11c ON-CALL LEGAL ADVISOR FOR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT


MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH DOUGLAS MOLLOY,
ESQUIRE, TO PROVIDE ON-CALL LEGAL SERVICES TO THE POLICE
DEPARTMENT Grant W. Alley, City Attorney, stated that the On-Call
Legal Advisor for the Police Department Memorandum of Understanding
with Douglas Molloy, Esquire, was to provide on-call legal services to the
Police Department. Attorney Alley stated that the On-Call Legal Advisor
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Police Department with legal advice and on-call legal advice 24 hours a
day 7 days a week for matters such as search and seizure, detention and
arrests, criminal and community policing. Attorney Alley stated that
Douglas Molloy, Esquire, worked as a criminal attorney in almost every
aspect of the criminal justice system, having served as an Assistant State
Attorney, Chief Assistant Statewide Prosecutor, Chief Assistant to the
United States Attorney for Southwest Florida, as a criminal defense
attorney licensed to practice law in Florida, and a member in good
standing of the Florida Bar. Attorney Alley stated that Mr. Molloy would
be available to the Police Department and to the City Attorney for the
purposes of serving as an On-Call Legal Advisor to respond to requests
from law enforcement officers as they related to matters of criminal law.
Attorney Alley stated that Douglas Molloy would be available, primarily for
after business hours calls when the City Attorney's Office was not open.
Attorney Alley stated that the City would pay Douglas Molloy $1,000.00
per month, plus $175.00 per hour for legal services. Attorney Alley stated
that Mr. Molloy would track the calls and advice rendered and meet with
the City Attorney regularly to discuss any improvements that could be
made to better serve the Police Department. Attorney Alley stated that the
terms a nd conditions of the memorandum were accepted by Mr. Molloy
who would sign the agreement and begin work when notified by the City.
Attorney Alley stated that the agreement provided upon the expiration of
the six month time period, the City Attorney was authorized to extend the
Memorandum of Understanding on a month to month basis with the same
terms and conditions. It was moved by Councilman Streets, seconded by
Councilman Flanders and unanimously carried to approve On-Call Legal
Advisor for the Police Department Memorandum of Understanding with
Douglas Molloy, Esquire, to provide on-call legal services to the Police
Department.

NO . lld RETENTION OF PENNINGTON LAW FIRM FOR LITIGATION


ON THE 2 CASES AND/OR POTENTIAL FOR AGREEMENT WITH THE
CITY OF CAPE CORAL AS IT RELATES TO RECLAIMED WATER
Grant W. Alley, City Attorney, stated that Pennington Law Firm would be
retained for litigation and/or potential for agreement on 2 cases with the
City of Cape Coral as it related to reclaimed water. Attorney Alley stated
that the City was sued by the City of Cape Coral as follows:

The City of Cape Coral v. the City of Fort Myers and the
Department of Environmental Protection, DOAH Case
number 16-7229 (FDEP lD Nos. FL0021261DW1P and
FL0021270-0 16-DW 1P). Please find attached the
Second Amended Petition for Administrative Hearing.
The exhibits are not attached to the Second Amended
Petition because they are too voluminous for the City
computer system as the exhibits are approximately
170 pages. (Please also note that the bottom of the
pages of the Second Amended Petition say "Attachment
III" as the Second Amended Petition was originally an
attachment to the Request for Assignment of
Administrative Law Judge and Notice of Preservation of
Record).

City of Cape Coral, FL v. City of Fort Myers, FL and


South Florida Water Management District, DOAH Case
number 17-1075 (SFWMD No. 2016-085-DAO-WU).
Please find attached the Second Amended Petition for
Administrative Hearing. The exhibits are not attached
to the Second Amended Petition.

Attorney Alley stated that case number DOAH 16-7229 was scheduled for
a bench trial in front of an administrative law judge with the Division of
Administrative Hearings June 21, 2017, through June 23, 2017. Attorney
Alley stated that case number DOAH 17-1075 was referred to an

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administrative law judge with the Division of Administrative Hearings.
Attorney Alley stated that the City was working with counsel for the South
Florida Water Management District to appropriately address case number
DOAH 17- 1075. Attorney Alley stated that the administrative law judge,
on February 27, 2017, issued an order asking the parties to confer and
advise as to a date for a 5 day hearing for the case which would be held
May 1, 2017, through May 5, 2017; May 8, 2017, through May 12, 2017;
or June 12, 2017, through June 16,2017. Attorney Alley stated that the
City must retain experts in areas of water quality, nutrient loads, and
general water management to properly defend the legal challenges.
Attorney Alley stated that the City of Cape Coral was utilizing a full
resourced law firm in addition to their City Attorney's Office and the City
Attorney recommended retaining outside experts in both law and water
management. Attorney Alley stated that City of Cape Coral and the City
of Fort Myers were in negotiations regarding reclaimed water. Attorney
Alley stated that there may be an option to seek a temporary extension of
the matter before the Division of Administrative Hearings to provide time
for negotiations and an agreement to be reached between the parties.
Attorney Alley stated that the City Manager advised that an additional
extension would not be productive based on the negotiation posture.
Attorney Alley stated that if an extension was not sought, the City should
be defended in these actions by retaining experts. Attorney Alley stated
that should detailed information be requested by the City Council an
executive session would be requested. Mayor Henderson stated that he
was disappointed in the City of Cape Coral for filing lawsuit. Mayor
Henderson stated that City Manager worked hard to accommodate the City
of Cape Coral. Mayor Henderson stated that meetings were held with
Marni Sawicki, Mayor, City of Cape Coral, during which the desire to be a
good neighbor and a proposed solution was conveyed. Mayor Henderson
stated that it was unclear if the Council Members for the City of Cape Coral
were aware of the lawsuit. Mayor Henderson stated that the lawsuits made
it clear that the City of Cape Coral wanted access to the excess water but
did not want to pay the City to use the resources. Saeed Kazemi, P.E.,
City Man ager, stated that negotiations were ongoing and an agreement
may be reached. Mr. Kazemi stated that the residents of the City needed
to receive benefit of providing access to the City of Cape Coral. It was
moved by Councilwoman Anthony, seconded by Councilman Streets and
unanimously carried to approve the retention of Pennington Law Firm for
litigation on the 2 cases and/or potential for agreement with the City of
Cape Coral as it related to reclaimed water.

PUBLIC INPUT - NONrllAGENDA ITEMS: POLICE DEPARTMENT


Anthony Thomas, Jr. , resident, stated that everyone in the United States
was equal before the law.

Councilwoman Anthony left the meeting at 7:23 o'clock p.m.

Mr. Thomas stated that no man or woman was above the law. Mr. Thomas
stated that disrespect was shown to Councilman Streets. Mr. Thomas
stated that Councilman Streets was not invited to participate in the
Mayor's Law Enforcement Task Force . Mr. Thomas stated that the
leadership provided by Police Chief Derrick Diggs at the Police Department
was appreciated. Mr. Thomas stated that there had not been a homicide
in the City sin ce the arrests of the La ke Boyz Gang member s on
January 19,2017.

Councilwoman Anthony returned to the m eeting at 7:25 o'clock p.m.

Mayor Henderson stepped down from the chair at 7:25 o'clock p.m.

Mayor Pro tern Anthony assumed the chair at 7:25 o'clock p.m.

Mr. Thomas stated that the Police Chief could not tell Council Members
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because they had lived in the City their entire life.

Mayor Pro tern Anthony stepped down from the chair at 7:26 o'clock p.m.

Mayor Henderson assumed the chair at 7:26 o'clock p.m.

Mr. Thomas stated that the Police Chief did not have the authority to
investigate allegations of harassment of Latino residents regarding
immigration status and falsified reports made to the Federal Bureau of
Investigation. Mr. Thomas stated that the leaders in the City had no
vision. Councilman Streets stated that City Council could not be divided.
Councilman Streets stated that he failed in the effort to convince his
colleagues over the past six or seven years that there was a problem in the
Police Department. A motion was not made.

PUBLIC INPUT - NONIMGENDA ITEMS: SCHOLARSHIPS TO LOCAL


LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY E. Bruce Strayhorn, Esquire,
Strayhorn & Persons, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, stated that the
Housing Authority of the City of Fort Myers will offer every graduate of any
high school in the City full sch olarship to the Law Enforcement Academy.
Attorney Strayhorn stated that the Housing Authority of the City of Fort
Myers offered scholarships in the past and the graduates were a valuable
commodity. Attorney Strayhorn stated that City Council should partner
with the Lee County School District to provide additional scholarship
opportunities. Attorney Strayhorn stated that there was not a lot of local
young men and women in the Police Department. Attorney Strayhorn
stated that the Police Department Needs Assessment identified solutions
that would be a community effort and the Housing Authority of the City of
Fort Myers would do its part to provide scholarships. Attorney Strayhorn
stated that four apartments or areas were dedicated by the Housing
Authority of the City of Fort Myers for use as police substations pursuant
to the request of Saeed Kazemi, P.E., City Manager. Councilwoman
Watson stated that teenagers should be employed at the police substations
to gain work experience. Councilman Streets stated that several years ago
the Housing Authority of the City of Fort Myers paid for six residents of
public housing to go through the police academy. Councilman Streets
stated that they passed but the City would not hire any of the graduates.
A motion was not made.

There being no further business to come before the meeting, it was moved
by Councilman Streets, seconded by Councilwoman Brown and
unanimously carried to adjourn at 7:37 o'clock p.m.

ATTEST:

Marie Adams, MMC


City Clerk

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FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY
MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 5
WARD: l Revised: (Date & Time)
[;g) Regular D Special 0 Workshop --
_Quasi-Judicial DYes [;g) No
0Proclamations [8JConsent 0Public 0City Council 0Permission 0City Deity
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve Change Order No. 2, in the MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
amount of $6,721.16, to Construction Approve.
Contract #57-14-15 with Southwest Utility
Systems, Inc. for Aqua Shores Infrastructure
Improvements, reducing the contract amount
from $1,109,447 to $1,102,725.84, closing out
the project and releasing final payment
including retain age in the amount of
$11,029 .77.

FUNDING SOURCE: 31100208-6300- Neighborhood Utility Improvements

FISCAL IMPACT: $6,721.26 decrease

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Closes the project and releases final payment.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: City Council, on February 17, 2015, approved the contract
with Southwest Utility Systems, Inc. for Aqua Shores Infrastructure Improvements, Bid
No. 57-14-15. The project included installation of a potable water system, sanitary sewer
system, lift station, upgraded storm sewer system, replacement of the concrete curb and gutter,
concrete sidewalk, roadway reconstruction, and restoration work in the Aqua Shores
Subdivision west of VeronicaS. Shoemaker Boulevard and north of Michigan Avenue. The
project includes work on Live Oak Drive, Cross Street, Lockwood Drive, and Michigan Avenue.

City Council, on January 4, 2016, approved Change Order No. 1, in the amount of $90,827, for
installation of drainage conveyance along Lockwood Drive to maintain existing drainage
patterns from south of Michigan Avenue to Billy Creek through the Aqua Shore Subdivision,
removal of the existing lift station wet well serving the Aqua Shores Subdivision, and addition
of 103 days to the original contract, extending the completion date to April 1, 2016.

Southwest Utility Systems, Inc. submitted final close out documents including statement of
guarantees, lien releases and as-built plans. The project is closed out and the final payment,
in the amount of $11,029.77, will be released.

Continued to Next Page D Yes [;8;J No


Person Initiating Request: Richard Moulton, MBA Department: Public Works
Nicole Monahan, P.E. Division: Engineering

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony. Henderson
CITY OF FORT MYERS CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT
CHANGE ORDER

CHANGE ORDER NO. g

PROJECT: Aqua Shores Infrastructure Improvements

DATE OF ISSUANCE: - - -- - - -

OWNER: City of Fort Myers, Florida

CONTRACTOR: Southwest Utility Systems. Inc. OWNER'S Project No. ITB # 57-14-15

CONTRACT FOR: A qua Shores Infrastructure Improvements

You are directed to make the following changes in the Contract Documents.

Description: The final change order for this pro ject.

Purpose of Change Order: Complete the Bid Reconciliation for this pro ject

Attachments: Bid Reconciliation spreadsheet

CHANGE IN CONTRACT PRICE: CHANGE IN CONTRACT TIME:

Original Contract Price Original Contract Time


Starting Date: 04/23/15
$1,018,620.00 Days: 240 Completion Date: 12/20/15

Previous Change Order No._ to No._ _ Net change from previous Change Orders

$90,827.00 Da_ys: 103

Contract Price prior to this Change Order Contract Time prior to this Change Order

$ 1,109,447.00 Days: 343


Net Increase (Decrease) of this Change Order Net Increase (Decrease) of this Change Order

$ (6,721 .16) Days: O


Contract Price with all approved Change Orders Contract Time with all approved Change Orders

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Mr. fUchard Moulton


City of Fort Myers
Public \Vorlcs Department
2200 Second Street
Ft Myers, Florida 33902

Re: Aqua Shores Infrastructure Improvements


Engineer's Certification

Dear Mr. Moulton:

Based on full-time inspection services provided by this firm, and as-built survey
information provided by Meridian Group of South Florida, we've determined the
above referenced project l1as been built in substantial conformance \>vilh the Final
Project Plans. A final inspection was performed on August 3n1, 2016. A copy of the
Final Record Drawings for the project has been provided to the City, which details the
final as-constructed utility locations and materials.

Sincerely,

DeUsi Fitzgerald, Inc.

AJ1d:~Lerald,
President
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Project No.: 21342

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DELISI FITZGERALD, INC.
December 13, 2016 Planning-Etiglneerfng- Project Management

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Station 7317
1315 East-West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910-3282

Re: Aqua Shores InfrastrUcture Improvements


Notice of Completion
SAJ-2014-02953 (NW-WDD)

To Whom It May Concern:

Please accept this correspondence as notification of completion of the improvements


associated with the above referenced permit. Attached for your records is a signed
and sealed copy of the as-built drawing depicting the improvements as constructed in
accordance with the conditions of the permit.

If you should require any additional information, please contact our office.

Sincerely,

Dejft.zgerald, Inc.
Received
Andrew Fitzgerald, P.E.
President DEC I 4 2016

ADF Engineering
Project No.: 21342

cc: Nicole Monahan with attachments

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Planning - Engineering- Project Management
September 22, 2015

Ms. Maria Beltran


Operations Analyst IT
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
2295 Victoria Avenue, Suite 364
Fort Myers, Florida 33902

Subject: Aqua Shores Infrastructure Improvements


FDEP Wastewater Permit No.: 47040-206-DWC/CG
Wastewater Collection(fransmission System Certification

Dear Ms. Beltran:

The wastewater collection/transmission system for the subject Project has been
completed in substantial accordance with the plans and specifications approved by the
Department.
Enclosed please find the following for your approval of the above referenced project:

1. One (1) original Request for a Partial Certification Approval to Place Domestic
Wastewater Collection/Transmission System into Operation;
2. One (1) signed and sealed Sheets 15 through 19 with certification items highlighted.

If you require further information, please call.

Kristina J~hnson, P.E.


Project M~nager

Project No.: 21342

1605 Hendry Street Fort Myers, FL 3390 1 239-418-0691 239-418 0692 fax
Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Twin Towers Office Bldg., 2600 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO PLACE A DOMESTIC WASTEWATER


COLJJECTION/TRANSMISSION SYSTEM INTO OPERATION
PART I- INSTRUCTIONS

(I) This form shall be completed and submitted to the appropriate DEP district office or delegated local program for all
collection/transmission system projects required to obtain a construction permit in accordance with Chapter 62-604, F.A.C.

(2) Newly constructed or modified collectionllnUismission facilities shall not be placed into service until the Department has cleared the
project for use.

(3) All information shall be typed or printed in ink, and all blanks must be filled.

PART ll - PROJECT DOCUMENTATION


(1) Collectionffransmission System Permittee
Name Saeed Kazemi, P.E. Title Public Works Director
Company Name City of Fort Myers
Address 2200 Second Street
City Fort Myers State Fl Zip 33901
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Telephone 239-321-7216 Fax Email SKazemi@cityftmyers.com

(2) General Project Information


Project Name Aqua Shores Infrastructure Improvement
Construction Permit No. 47040-206-DWC/CG Dated 6/1/2015
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Is the entire project included under the collection/transmission system permit substantially complete? [81 Yes 0No (If approval
is being requested to place a portion of the project into operation, attach a copy of the site plan or sketch that was submitted with
the application showing the portion of the project which is substantially complete and for which approval is being requested.)

Description of Portion of Project for Which Approval is Being Requested (including pipe length, total number of
manholes and total number of pwnp stations) I,489 LF 8" PVC gravity main, 48 LF 12" PVC gravity main, 48 LF 4" PVC
force main, 12 LF 6" PVC force main, 8 sanitary manholes, and I lift station

Expected Date of Connection to Existing System or Treatment Plant 9/15/2015

(3) Treatment Plant Serving Collectionffransmission System


Name of Treatment Plant Serving Project City of Fort Myers South AWWTP
County Lee City City of Fort Myers
DEP permit number FL 0021270 Expiration Date May 19,2016
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For Department Use Only

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by Bettran_M
- Date:
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Dl!P Form 62604.300(SXb) Page 1 of3
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Bfftctive Novct:mer 6, 2003

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PART ill - CERTIFICATIONS
(I) ColJectionffransmission System Pennittee
I, the unden;igned owner or authorized representative* of City of Fort Myers certify that the engineer
has provided us a copy of the record drawings for this project and if there is not already an existing applicable operation and
maintenance (O&M) manual, one has been prepared for the new or modified facilities.

Also, I certify that, if we wilJ not be the owner of this project after it is placed into service, we have provided a copy of the above
mentioned record drawings and a copy of the above mentioned O&M manua~ if applicable, to the person or system that will be the
owner of this project a It Is placed into service.
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Public Works Director

Signed Date
Name Title
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Attach a letter ofauthorization._

(2) Owner ofCollectionffransmission System After it is Placed into Service

I, the undersigned owner or authorized representative* of City of Fort Myers certify that
we accept the project as constructed and will be the owner of this project after it is placed into service. I agree to report any
abnormal events in accordance with Rule 62-604.550, F.A.C. and promptly notify the Department if we sell or legally transfer
ownership of the collection/transmission system. Also I certify that we agree to operate and maintain the facilities in accordance
with the provisions of Chapter 403 Florida Statutes (F.S.) and applicable Department rules and that we have received a copy of the
record drawings and O&M manual for this project and that these record drawings and O&M manual are available at the following
location which is within the boUildaries of the district office or delegated local program permitting the collection/transmission
system: ,- ~
Ztoo sf<:o/Jb/ spt.t ET. 'fot.T M'tEil1 FL 31'01

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Address I 2200 Second Street
City Fort Myers
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Telephone 239-321-7216 Fax. Email skazerni@cityftmyers.com
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(3) Wastewater Facility Serving Collectionfrransmission System

I, the Ulldersigned owner or authorized representative* of the_ City of Fort Myers


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Wastewater facility hereby certify that the above referenced facility has adequate reserve capacity to accept the flow from tlus
project and will provide the necessary treatment and disposal as required by Chapter 403, F.S., and applicable Department rules.
Also, I certify that any connections associated with this project to the above referenced facility, which we operate and maintain,
have been completed to our satisfaction and we have received a copy of the record drawings for this project.
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azemi,P.E. Title Public Works Director
Address Second Street
City Fort M ers State FL Zip 33901
Telephone 239-321-7216 Fax Email skazemi@cityftmyers.com
*Attach a letter ofauthorization.

DEP fonn 62-604.300(8)(b) Page 2 of3


Effec1ivc Novt:rr'.ber 6, 2003
(4) Professional Engineer Registered in Florida
I, the undersigned professional engineer registered in Florida, certify the following:
that this project has been constructed in accordance with the construction permit and engineering plans and specifications or that,
to the best of my knowledge and belief, any deviations from the construction permit and engineering plans and specifications will
llQ! prevent this project from functioning in compliance with Chapter 62-604, F.A.C.;
that the record drawings for this project are adequate and include substantial deviations from the construction permit and
engineering plans and specifications;
that a copy of the record drawings has been provided to the pennittee and to the wastewater treatment facility serving the
collection/transmission system;
that the O&M manual for this project has been prepared or examined by me, or by an individual(s) under my direct supervision,
and that there is reasonable assurance, in my professional judgment, that the facilities, when properly maintained and operated in
accordance with this manual, will function as intended; and
that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, appropriate leakage tests have been perfonned and the new or modified facilities met
the specified requirements.
This certification is based upon on-site observation of construction conducted by me or by a project representative under my direct
supervision and upon a review of shop drawings, test results/records, and record drawings perfonned by me or by a project
representative under my direct supervision.

The following is a description and explanation of substantial deviations from the construction permit and engineering plans and
specifications for the substantially completed portion of this project. (Attach additional sheets if necessary.)

Name Kristina Johnson, P.E. Florida Registration No. 73793


Company Name -----------------
DeLisi Fitzgerald, Inc.
Address 1605 Hendry Street
City Fort Myers State FL Zip 33901
Telephone 239-418-0691 Fax 239-418-0692 Email Kristina@Delisifitzgerald.com
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Substantial deviations are construction deviations greater than JO%from plans and specifications and any deviations which fa//
below minimum standards established in Rule 62-604, F.A.C.

D'EP Fonn 62-604.30()(8)(b) Page 3 of3


EfTcctiv. No<tnbcf 6, 2003
09/03/ 2015 09 : 22 2392742201 LO-iD ENV ENG PAGE 02/132

Riel( Scott
Mission: \ .. Govamor
io protect,promote & Improve the health
of all people ln Florida through lnleg181ed
ststa, co~ ! community etrorts.
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.John H. Armstrong, MD, FACS
State Surgeon Gan&r.~l &Seoretary

VIsion: To be the Healthiest Stale In tile Nation

September 3rd, 2015

Kristina. M. Johnson, P.E.


Delisi Fittgerald, Inc.
1605 lie.ndry Sheet
Fort Myers, FL 33901

Referenc~~= Aqua. Shores Infrastructtu'e Improvements


Permit No.: 0125191-533 DSGP
Gty of Fort Myers Utilities
Bacteriological Test: August 17 & 18,2015
Pressure Test August 12, 2015
Complete Clearance

Dear Ms. Johnson:

Tilis will serve to acknowledge Jeceipt of certification that the referenced water project has been
completed in accordance with the plans and related materia18 approved by th:iB department under the
permit number and date shown.

Based on this certification and satisfactory bacteriological test results, we are clearing the waterline for
service.

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Jerry W. M:a, P.E.
Environzr..ental Engineering Division
Florida D~partmel't of Health Lee County

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From: Drew Fitzgerald < Drew@delisifitzgerald.com >


Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2017 4:11 PM
To: Nicole Monahan
Subject: Aqua Shores Utility Improvements

Nicole,

We reviewed the City's post-construction sewer viewer tape performed of Manhole Run #3-4 on live Oak and compared
it to the sewer viewer tapes performed of the same run prior to project close-out. The presence of a deflection in the
sewer ma in between the terminal manhole and the last residential service connection is noted in both tapes. The first
taping utilized a scaled mandrel which identified a deflection of about 1.25" to 1.5". The second tape operator identified
the deflection as 2", but the mandrel used was not scaled like the first one. In either case, while the deflection may be
slightly out of the tolerances normally accepted by the City, in our professional opinion, we do not believe the deflection
will impact the system's ability to function as designed to provide sewer service to the neighborhood since the
deflection occurs upstream of the last residential connection, and therefore, will not be used to convey sewer flows
from the residences. Please let me know if you have any questions, or require additional information.

Dr ew Fitzgerald, P.E.
Delisi Fit zgerald, Inc.
1605 He ndry Street
Fort Myers, Fl33901
P: (239) 418-0691
F: {239) 418-0692
www .delisifitzge rald.com

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20160118 10:52 Live Oak Drive Ft. Myers
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Sewer Viewer Inc.
PACP Inspection Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
01 Existing 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft. Myers

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Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160118 10:52 28.5

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Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
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Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
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Sewer Viewer Inc.
PACP Inspection Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: {239}269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
02 01 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft. Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


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Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total length City
02 01 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft. Mye rs

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address location Details


Angel 0602081 3 Live Oak Drive

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160118 09:45 400.3
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Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
02 01 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft. Myers
Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details
Angel 06020813 Live Oak Drive

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Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
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02 01 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft. Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


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Fort Myers, FL 33912
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Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
02 01 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft. Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


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Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
03 04 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft. Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Angel 06020813 Live Oak Drive

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Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
03 04 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft. Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Angel 06020813 Live Oak Drive

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Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
03 04 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Angel 06020813 live Oak Drive

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Sewer Viewer Inc.
PACP Inspection Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
4 10 8 PolyVinyl Chlolide 322 Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certif"tcate Number Street Address Location Details


Mark Bassett 08020616 Cross St

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 09:44 322

Additional Information
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

4
Ftg. Code Description Position Comment
0.0 AMH Access Point- Manhole Starting Manhole: 4
0.0 MWL Water Level

50.2 TF Tap, Factory Made 10

102.6 TF Tap, Factory Made 10


106.5 TF Tap, Factory Made 2

148.6 TF Tap. Factory Made 9

194.2 TF Tap, Factory Made 2

212.3 TF Tap, Factory Made 2

322.0 AMH Access Point- Manhole ending at manhole 10


10

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Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
4 10 8 Polyvinyl Chloride 322 Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Mark Bassett 08020616 Cross St
Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Len gth Surveyed
Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 09:44 322

Additionallnfonnatlon
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

AMH - Access Point- Manhole @ 0.0 ft. MWL- Water Level@ 0.0 ft.
Starting Manhole: 4

TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 50.2 ft. TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 102.6 ft.

Generated on Monday. 3/7/2016 at 10:19 AM by the PipeTech TV Inspection system.


Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
4 10 8 Polyvinyl Chloride 322 Ft Myers
Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details
Mark Bassett 08020616 Cross St

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


DOW(lSiream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 09:44 322

Additional lnfonnation
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

TF - Tap, Factory Made @ 106.5 ft. TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 148.6 ft.

TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 194.2 ft. TF - Tap, Factory Made @ 212.3 ft.

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Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: {239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
4 10 8 Polyvinyl Chloride 322 Ft Myers
Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details
Mark Bassett 08020616 Cross St
Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed
Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 09:44 322

Additional Information
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

AMH - Access Point- Manhole @ 322.0 ft.


ending at manhole 10

Generated on Monday, 317/2016 at 10:19 AM by the PipeTech 1V inspection system.


Sewer Viewer Inc.
N~ 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
~ Phone: (239) 269-3344
Surveyors name Certificate Number System Owner Survey Customer Drainage Area Sheet
Mark Bassett 08020616 Southwest
P/0 No. Pipeline Segment Reference Date Time Location (Street Name and number) Locality
20160307 08:05 Lockwood St Ft Myers
Further Location details Upstream Manhole Number Rim to Invert Grade to Invert Rim to Grade
6
Downstream Manhole Number Rim to Invert Grade to Invert Rim to Grade Use of Sewer Direction Flow Control Hei ght
7 Sanitary Downstream 8
Width Sha pe Material Ln. Method Pi pe Joint Length Total Length Length Surveyed Year Laid Year Rehabilitated Ta pe I Media Number
Circular PVC 227 227
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Sewer Viewer Inc.
PACP Inspection Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
6 7 8 Polyvinyl Chloride 227 FtMyers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Detail&


Malt( Bassett 08020616 Lockwood St

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 08:05 227

Additional Information
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

6 Ftg. Code Description Position Comment


:g.,. 0.0 AMH Access Point - Manhole Starting Manhole: 6
0 .0 MWL Water Level

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Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
6 7 B Polyvinyl Chloride 227 Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Mark Bassett 08020616 Lockwood St

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 08:05 227

Additional Information
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

AMH - Access Point- Manhole@ 0.0 ft. MWL -Water Level @ 0.0 ft.
Starting Manhole: 6

TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 6.0 ft. TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 8.7 ft.

Generated on Monday, 317/2016 at 08:33AM by the PipeTech 1V inspection system.


Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
6 7 8 Polyvinyl Chloride 227 Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Mark Bassett 08020616 Lockwood St

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 08:05 227

Additionallnfonnation
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

TF - Tap, Factory Made @ 152.6 ft. TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 155.4 ft.

Generated on Monday, 3nt2016 at 08:33AM by the PipeTech 1V inspection system.


Sewer Viewer Inc.
lncident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
6 7 8 Polyvinyl Chloride 227 Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Mark Bassett 08020616 LockWood St
Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed
Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 08:05 227
Additionallnfonnatlon
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

AMH- Access Point- Manhole@ 227.0 ft.


ending at manhole 7

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Sewer Viewer Inc.

Surveyors name
Mark Bassett -
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Certificate Number
0802061 6
System Owner Survey Customer
Southwest
Drainage Area
2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 26 9-3344
Sheet

P/0 No. Pipeline Segment Reference Date Time Location (Street Name and number) Locality
20160307 08:52 Lockwood St Ft Myers

Further Location details Upstream .Manhole Number Rim to Invert Grade to Invert Rim to Grade
7
Downstream Manhole Number Rim to Invert Grade to Invert Ri m to Grade Use of Sewer Direction Flowcontrol Height
10 Sanitary Downstream 8
Width Shape Material Ln. Method Pipe Joint Length Total Length Length Surveyed Year Laid Year Rehabilitated Tape I Media Number
Circular PVC 214
Purpose Sewer Category Pre-Cleaning Cleaned Weather Additional Information

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9.7 TF 6 10 TF@9.7
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Sewer Viewer Inc.
PACP Inspection Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
7 10 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Marl< Bassett 08020616 Lockwood St

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 08:52 214

Addltionallnfonnatlon
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

7 Ftg. Code Description Position Comment


0.0 AMH Access Point - Manhole Starting Manhole: 7
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v 7.0 TF Tap, Factory Made


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159.8 TF Tap, Factory Made 2

214.0 AMH Access Point - Manhole ending at manhole 10


10

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Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, Fl33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
7 10 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Mark Bassett 08020616 Lockwood St
Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed
Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 08:52 214

Additionallnfonnation
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

AMH- Access Point- Manhole@ 0.0 ft. MWL- Water Level@ 0.0 ft.
Starting Manhole: 7

TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 7.0 ft. TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 9.7 ft.

Generated on Monday, 3f7/2016 at 09:10 AM by the PipeTech TV inspection system.


Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
7 10 8 Polyvinyl Chloride Ft Myers
Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details
Mark Bassett 08020616 Lockwood St
Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed
Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 08:52 214
Additional Information
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 159.8 ft. AMH- Access Point- Manhole @ 214.0 ft.
ending at manhole 10

Generated on Monday, 317/2016 at 09:10AM by the PipeTech TV inspection system.


Sewer Viewer Inc.

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2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: {239) 269-3344
Surveyors name Certificate Number System Owner Survey Customer Drainage Area Sheet
Mark Bassett 08020616 Southwest
P/0 No. Pipeline Segment Reference Date Time Location (Street Name and number) Locality
20160307 09:10 Lockwood St FtMyers

Further Location details Upstream Manhole Number Rim to Invert Grade to Invert Rim to Grade
10
Downstream Manhole Number Rim to Invert Grade to Invert Rim to Grade Use of Sewer Direction Flow Control Height
9 Sanitary Downstream 8
Width Shape Material Ln. Method Pi pe Joint Length Total Length Length Surveyed Year Laid Year Rehabilitated Tape I Media Number
Circular PVC 193 193
Purpose Sewer Category Pre-Cleaning Cleaned Weather Additional Information
E Jettin g Dry Televise with dip ball and mandrel

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Sewer Viewer Inc.
PACP Inspection Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
10 9 8 Polyvinyl Chloride 193 Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Mark Bassett 08020616 Lockwood St

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 09:10 193

Additional Information
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

10 Ftg. Code Description Position Comment


0.0 AMH Access Point - Manhole Starting Manhole: 10
0.0 MWL Water Level
v

96.1 TF Tap, Factory Made 2


99.7 TF Tap, Factory Made 10
100.8 TF Tap, Factory Made 2

190.0 TF Tap, Factory Made 6


193.0 AMH Access Point Manhole ending at manhole 9
9

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Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length C ity
10 9 8 Polyvinyl Chloride 193 Ft Myers
Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details
Mark Bassett 08020616 Lockwood St
Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed
Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 09:10 193
Additionallnfonnation
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

AMH - Access Point- Manhole @ 0.0 ft. MWL- Water Level@ 0.0 ft.
Starting Manhole: 10

TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 96.1 ft. TF - Tap, Factory Made@ 99.7 ft.

Generated on Monday, 317/2016 at 09:4 1AM by the PipeTech 1V inspection system.


Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
10 9 8 Polyvinyl Chloride 193 Ft Myers
Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details
Marl< Bassett 08020616 Lockwood St

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160307 09:10 193

Additional Information
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 100.8 ft. TF- Tap, Factory Made@ 190.0 ft.

AMH - Access Point- Manhole @ 193.0 ft.


ending at manhole 9

Generated on Monday, 3/7/2016 at 09:41AM by the PipeTech TV inspection system.


Sewer Viewer Inc.

~
2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Surveyors name Certificate Number System Owner Survey Customer Drainage Area Sheet
Mark Bassett 08020616 Southwest
P/0 No. Pipeline Segment Reference Date Time Location (Street Name and number) Locality
20160308 07:46 Cross St Ft Myers
Further Location details Upstream Manhole Number Rim to Invert Grade to Invert Rim to Grade
g

Downstream Manhole Number Rim to Invert Grade to Invert Rim to Grade Use of Sewer Direction Flow Control Height
LS Sanitary Downstream 12
Width Shape Material Ln. Method Pi pe Joint Len gth Total Length Length Surveyed Year Laid Year Rehabilitated Tape I Media Number
Circular PVC 50 50
Purpose Sewer Category Pre-Cleanin g Cleaned Weather Additional Information
E Jetting Dry Televise with dip ball and mandrel

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Sewer Viewer Inc.
PACP Inspection Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
9 LS 12 Polyvinyl Chloride 50 FtMyers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Details


Mark Bassett 08020616 Cross St

Direction Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160308 07:46 50
Additional Information
Televise with dip ball and mandrel

9 Ftg. Code Description Position Comment


0.0 AMH Access Point Manhole Starting Manhole: 9
0.0 MWL Water Level

45.7 TF Tap, Factory Made 6

50.0 AWW Access Point - Wet Well ending at LS


LS

Generated on Tuesday, 3/8/2016 at 08:03 AM by the PipeTech TV Inspection system.


Sewer Viewer Inc.
Incident Snapshot Report 2190 Andrea Lane
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Phone: (239) 269-3344
Upstream MH Downstream MH Size Material Total Length City
9 LS 12 Polyvinyl Chloride 50 Ft Myers

Surveyor's Name Certificate Number Street Address Location Cetalls


Mali< Bassett 08020616 Cross St

Clrection Purpose Weather Date Time Length Surveyed


Downstream Pre-Acceptance Dry 20160308 07:46 50
Additional Information
Televise with d ip ball and mandrel

AMH - Access Point- Manhole @ 0.0 ft. MWL - Water Level @ 0.0 ft.
Starting Manhole: 9

TF - Tap, Factory Made @ 45.7 ft. AWW - Access Point- Wet Well@ 50.0 ft.
ending at LS

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WARRANTY

THE UNDERSIGNED parties do herby warrant and/or guaranty all work


executed by the contractor Southwest Utilitr Systems, Inc. on the water and sewer utilities
for the following project Aqua Shores Infrastructur~: Improvements to be free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of acceptance by
City of Fort Myers City Council. The undersigned parties further agree that they will, at
their own expense, repair and replace all such defective work and all other work damaged
by said defective work under this Warranty-Guaranty.

It is furthermore understood that the consideration for the giving of this warrant
and/or guaranty is the requirement of the site work closeout package under which the
contract was let that such warranty and/or guaranty would be given.

Southwest Utility Systems, Inc.


(Contractor/Company Name)

Brett M. Eckenrode, Secretar'


(Authorized Representativ Tile)
~
BY:
(Signature)

STATE of Florida )

COUTNY OF Lee

L a,r.eLeow
Printed Name ofNotary Public
(Notary Seal & Commission Number)
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN
UPON FINAL PAYMENT

The undersigned lienor, in consideration ofthe final payment in the amount of~l , I 02,725.83 ),
hereby waivers and releases its lien and right to claim a lien for labor, services, or materials furni shed to
the Cit> of Port M }'ers on the job of Aqua Shores to the following described property:
Infrastructure Improvements
AQua Shores Infrastructure Improvements Utility Infrastructure Im_erovements
(Name of Development/Project) {Facilities Constructed)

Fort Myers, FL
(Location) (Strap# or Section, Township & Range)

D~ "' g~ Southwest Utility Systems, Inc.


~
(Signature of Autarfzed Representative)
- (Name of Firm or Corporation)

("Fi ..... Brett M. Eckenr_o...,..


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X' Fort Myers, FL 33912
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STATE OF Florida
COUNTY OF Lee _ )

The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 9th da}'(fAugu~l2Q~by
Brett M. Eckenro~ who i: ersonally known to me ....cr~ &M{ ( ~P- and who did
not take an o . I
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Lct f't:c i 'N,; L-e ~ (Notary Seal & Commission Number)


Printed Name ofNotary Public
vrc >
lr>SURANCE
G RO UP

August 9, 2016

City of Fort Myers


P. 0. Box 2217
Fort Myers, Florida 33902

Re: Contractor: Southwest Utility Systems, Inc.


Project: Aqua Shores Infrastructure Improvements 57-14-15
Bond#: FLC82641
Original Contract Amount: $1 ,018,620.00
Final Contract Amount: $1,1 02,725.83

To Whom It May Concern:

We, as Surety, on the above referenced bond, do hereby consent to the release of
final payment.

Nothing in such consent or acknowledgement shall be construed to waive any


obligation that you, as Owner, shall have to determine that such amount is
properly due and payable.

Sincerely,
MERCHANTS BONDING COMPANY

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Nicole Monahan

From: Drew Fitzgerald < Drew@delisifitzgerald.com>


Sent: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 1:47PM
To: Nicole Monahan
Cc: Sam Foisie
Subject: Aqua Shores Punchlist #2 Items
Attachments: 2016-05- 16 Punchlist #2.pdf

Nicole,

Please accept this correspondence as confirmation that myself and Sam Foisie from our office attended a follow-up
inspection with Aveline Cancel from the City of Fort Myers, and Brett Eckenrode of Southwest Utilities on August 3, 2016
for the open items listed in the attached. During the follow-up inspection, all open items were determined to be
completed to our satisfaction.

Drew Fitzgerald, P.E.


Delisi Fitzgerald, Inc.
1605 Hendry Street
Fort Myers, Fl 33901
P: (239) 418-0691
F: {239) 418-0692
www.delisifitzgerald.com
AGENDA6
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 IAt"!F.'N'nA T'I'F.M Nn


Revised: (Date & Time)
-F. ~I
WARD: 3, 4, and 5
[;8J Regular D Special D Workshop --
Quasi-Judicial 0 Yes r:8J No
0Proclamations ~Consent 0Public 0City Council 0Permission Deity 0City
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve Change Order No. 1, in the MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
amount of $154,122.04, to Task Authorization Approve .
No.3, to Agreement Between Owner and
Construction Manager-At-Risk - Continuing
Contract, Request for Qualifications
No. 12-27-12-PW, with AIM Construction
Contracting, LLC for Evans Avenue Waterline
Improvements decreasing the contract from
$1,983,137.93 to $1,829,015 .89 and
increasing the contract time by 90 days to a
completion date of December 7, 2016; project
close out and release of final payment and
retainage in the amount of $96,568.92 .

FUNDING SOURCE: PA 31100208 Neighborhood Utility Improvement Projects

FISCAL IMPACT: ($154, 122.04)

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Closes the Evans Avenue Waterline Improvements project
and releases final payment and retainage.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: City Council, on January 4, 2016, approved Task


Authorization No.3 to Agreement Between Owner and Construction Manager-at-Risk
Continuing Contract Request for Qualifications No. 12-27-12-PW, Evans Avenue Waterline
Improvements. The project included the installation of a large diameter transmission water
main including all connections to existing waterlines, valves, hydrants and appurtenances on
Evans Avenue from Colonial Boulevard to Carrell Road. The project also included major force
main relocation, minor storm drainage work, 8 light fixtures, milling and resurfacing of existing
driveways, replacement of concrete sidewalk, where needed, and restoration work.

Aim Construction Contracting, LLC has provided all project closeout documents including
statement of guarantee, lien releases, and as-built plans. Staff has reviewed and approved all
project close out documents. The project is closed out and the final payment and retainage in
the amount of $96,568.92 will be released.

Continued to Next Page 0 Yes r:8J No


Person Initiating Request: Richard Moulton, MBA Department: Public Works
Nicole Monahan, P.E., Elaine Capps, P.E. Division: Engineering

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
Task Authorization No. 3 to Construction Manager At-Risk Continuing Contract Agreement
AIM Construction Contracting, LLC. RFQ 12-27-12-PW

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CITY OF FORT MYERS
CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT CHANGE ORDER
CHANGE ORDER NO. _1_

City u( l'a lm.


PROJECT: Task Authorization No. 3 to Agreement between Owner and Construction Manager-At-Risk
Continuing Contract RFQ# 12-27-12-PW with AIM Construction Contracting. LLC.- Evans Avenue Waterline
Improvements

DATE OF ISSUANCE: - - - - - -

OWNER: City of Fort Myers, Florida

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting, LLC. OWNER'S Project No. ENG-752

CONTRACT FOR: RFQ# 12-27-12-PW Evans Avenue Waterline Improvements

You are directed to make the following changes in the Contract Documents.

Description: Final Close-out Change Order.

Purpose of Change Order: Close-out reconciliation of bid line items.

Attachments: (list documents supporting change) Bid Reconciliation Spreadsheet, Work Directives 1-11

CHANGE IN CONTRACT PRICE: CHANGE IN CONTRACT TIME:


Original Contract Price Original Contract Time
Starting Date: March 7, 2016
$1,983,137.93 Days: 180 Completion Date: September 7, 2016

Previous Change Order No. N/A Net change from previous Change Orders

$N/A Days: N/A

Contract Price prior to this Change Order Contract Time prior to th is Change Order

$1,983,137.93 Days:180

Net lnerease (Decrease) of this Change Order Net Increase (Qeerease) of this Change Order

$(154,122.04} Days:90

Contract Price with all approved Change Orders Contract Time with all approved Change Orders

$1,829,015.89 Days:270 Completion Date: December 7, 2016


APPROVED: ATIEST:
THE CITY OF FORT MYERS
By:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ By: _ _ _ _ _ __
Elaine Randall P. Marie Adams, MCM City Clerk
APPRO APPROV APPROVED:
By_ _ _ _ _ __
By:_~~~~~~-r--- By: -t-Jhf4--P---- - -
Richard , MBA., PW Director Saeed Kazemi, P.E., City Manager
Elaine Capps

From: Jadon Hull <jadon@aimengr.com >


Sent: Monday, February 27, 2017 11 :37 AM
To: Elaine Capps
Cc: Mike Marion; Hector Louzao
Subject: Evans Ave. Drainage scope

Throughout the Evans Ave project the 16" waterline conflicted with multiple storm drains. The Proper engineering fix
for this situation is to "Fit" (ie: ductile Iron fittings) the pressure pipe around the conflict. Under in most cases is the
preferred solution. Ben Bullert wanted to account for the cost and effort associated with the drainage crossings by
adding the option of cutting the concrete pipe out of the way, placing the vertical deflections and then replacing the
concrete pipe and pouring concrete collars at the required connection points. He did this by adding roughly three joints
of the appropriate diameter pipe at each of the proposed Vertical deflections to the bid Items. Once we got out in the
field the concrete pipes in the right of way were in good shape and the Contractor agreed to lay the waterline line under
the storm with it in place. This saved the budget for the storm drain and time .

Thanks. Please call if you have any questions.

Jadon D. Hull P.E.


Senior Project Manager
Aim Construction Contracting (ACC)
239-872-2629 cell

1
Change Order (Final) - Reconciliation of Bid Items

PROJECT: Evans
2
TOTAL TO DATE
Quantity
QUANTITY AMOUNT Percent Complete Variance Dollar Variance

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NO. DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMO UNT

37.1
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15' RCP CL Ill including concrete collars 48 LF $ 37.00 $1 ,776.00 0 $0.00 0% (48.00 ($1.776.00
37.2 18' RCP CL Ill including concrete collars 324 LF $ 51. 20 $1 6,588.80 16 $819.20 5% (308.00 (S1 5,769.80l
37.3 24' RCP CL Ill including concrete collars 96 LF $ 75.00 $7,200.00 40 $3.000.00 42% (56.00 ($4,200.00
37.4 30' RCP CL Ill including concrete collars 48 LF $ 107.00 $5,136.00 0 $0.00 0% (48.00 ($5,136.00)
38.1 15' RCP ME$ 1 EA $ 712.00 $712.00 0 $0.00 0% (1.00 ($712.00
38.2 18' RCP MES 2 EA $ 915.00 $1,830.00 3 $2.745.00 150% 1.00 $915.00
38.3 24' RCPMES 1 EA $ 1,1 18.00 $1,118.00 3 $3.354.00 300% 2.00 $2.236.00
38.4 30'RCPMES 0 EA $ 1.374.00 $0.00 0 $0.00 #DIV/01 0.00 $0.00
39.1 TypeC Inlet 2 EA $ 1,795.00 $3.590.00 0 $0.00 0% (2.00 ($3.590.00
39.2 TypeD Inlet 2 EA $ 2.972.00 $5.944.00 0 $0.00 0% (2.00 ($5,944.00
40.1 Swale Grading and Regrading 349 LF $ 15.00 $5.235.00 650 $9.750.00 186/o 301.00 $4,515.00
41 .1 Storm Drainage Headwall 1 EA $ 2,039.00 $2.039.00 1 $2,039.00 100% 0.00 $0.00
SUB-TOTAL $51,168.80 $21,707.20 ($29,461 .60)

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NO. DESCRIPTION
ESTIMATED
QUANTITY UNIT UNIT PRICE AM OUNT

42.1


Cleanng & Grubbing
1 LS $ 20.530.00 $20,530.00 1 $20,530.00 100% 0.00 $0.00
43.1 1' AsphaiUc Concrete Overlay (Type S-Ill) 1,826 SY $ 20.00 $36.520.00 0 $0.00 0% (1826.00 ($36.520.00
43.2 1 1/2' Asphaltic Concrete (Type S-1) (On Trenches) 296 SY s 36.60 $10.833.60 1397.7 $51.155.82 472% 1101.70 $40.322.22
43.3 12' Stabitized Subgrade 296 SY $ 5.20 $1 .539.20 547.4 $2.846.48 185% 251.40 $1.307.28
43.4 8' Umerock Base (compacted and primed) 296 SY $ 25.60 $7.577.60 547.4 $1 4,013.44 185% 251.40 $6.435.84
44.1 Type ' D' Concrete Curb 120 LF $ 58.00 $6.960.00 199 $11 .542.00 166% 79.00 $4.582.00
44.2 Type 'F" Concrete Curb & Gutter 50 LF $ 65.00 $3.250.00 25 $1 ,625.00 50% (25.00 ($1.625.00
44.3 Valley Concrete Curb & Gutter 290 LF $ 58.00 $16.820.00 146 $8.468.00 50% (144.00 ($8.352.00
45.1 4' Concrete Sidewalk 770 SY $ 45.00 $34.650.00 11 31.8 $50.931.00 147% 361.80 $ 16.281.00
45.2 6' Concrete Driveway/Sidewalk 50 SY $ 53.00 $2.650.00 62.8 $3.328.40 126% 12.80 $678.40
45.3 8' Commercial Concrete Driveway/Sidewalk 50 SY $ 80.00 $4.000.00 0 $0.00 0% (50.00 ($4.000.00
46.1 1' Asjlhaltic Concrete Overlay (Type S-Ill) 2.392 SY $ 20.00 $47.840.00 0 $0.00 0% (2392.00 ($47.840.00
46.2 1 112' Asphaltic Concrete (Type S-1) (On Trenches ) 538 SY $ 36.60 $19.690.80 280 $10,248.00 52% {258.00 ($9.442.80
46.3 12' Stabi~zed SubQrade 538 SY $ 5.20 $2.797.60 62 $322.40 12% ..1_476.00 {$2.475.20
46.4 8' Lomerock Base (compacted and pnmed) 538 SY s 25.60 $13.772.80 62 $1.587.20 12% (476.00 ($12.185.60
47.1 Double Solid Traffic Stripe - Paint (6' Yellow) 60 LF $ 9.00 $540.00 60 $540.00 100% 0.00 $0.00
47.2 Solid Traffic Stripe- Paint (24' White) 75 LF $ 23.00 $1.725.00 75 $ 1.725.00 100% 0.00 $0.00
47.3 Reflective Pavement Marl<ers (Blue) 16 EA $ 125.00 $2.000.00 14 $1,750.00 88% (2.00 ($250.00
48.1 Remove and Replace Handra~ 250 LF $ 23.00 $5,750.00 250 $5.750.00 100% 0.00 $0.00
49.1 Sod Restoration 11.460 SY $ 2.10 $24,066.00 16281 $34.190.10 142% 4821.00 $1 0,124.10
SUB-TOTAL SZ63,512.60 $220,552.84 ($42.959.76)

TOTAL TO DATE
Quantity

. . QUANTITY AMOUNT Percent Complete Vanance Dollar Vanance

Part A Subtotal $2 19,280.00 $218,500.00 100% l$780.00)


Part B Subtotal $105,770 .40 $78,111.46 74% ($27.658.94)
Part C. Section 1 Subtotal $81 6,90 6.60 $817,326.78 100% $420.18
Part C. Section 2 Subtotal $86.301.00 $0.00 0% ($86.301.00)
Part D Subtotal $83,416.90 $61,579.20 74% ($21.837.70)
Part E Subtotal $51,168.80 $21,707.20 42% ($29.461 .60)
Part F Subtotal $263,512.60 $220,552.84 84% ($42.959.76)
BASE BID TOTAL --- - - - - - - - - - - - -
- - - ~1.626,3_5 6.30 _$1,417,777.48 87% ($208,578.82)

3
DESCRIPTION
ESTIMATED
TITY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
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Contingency ( 10% of Base Bid Total) 1 LS $162.635.63 $162.635.63
WD#1 8"PVC Force Main (OR18) 1 LS $15,9 47.50 $15,947.50 1 $15,947.50 $15.947.50
WD#2 12" Plug Valves/Restock 16' Plug Valves 1 LS s 32,329.76 $32,329.76 1 $32,329.76 $32.329.76
WD#3 16" gate valve for P.W . use 1 LS $ 3,015.00 $3,015.00 1 $3,015.00 $3.015.00
WD#4 Relocate Fiber Optoc Cable 1,400 LF s 5.00 $7,000.00 1400 $7.000.00 $7,000.00
WD#5 Additional Fittings for Connections 1 LS $ 5,888.03 $5,888.03 1 $5.888.03 $5,888.03
W0#6 SUE son Dig" Various Location s 1 LS $ 26,180.00 $26, 180.00 1 $26,180.00 $26,180.00
WD#7 8" plug valve 1 LS $ 1.326.67 $1,326.67 1 $1.326.67 $1,326.67
WD#8 Add (8) 2 inch ARV for Force main 8 EA $ 4,100.00 $32,800.00 8 $32,800.00 $32,800.00
WD#9 existing s water main, ditch cleaning 1 LS $ 27.997.00 $27,997.00 1 $27,997.00 $27,997.00
WD#10 Clean box culVert and pour valve pads on existing valves 1 LS s 3,650.00 $3,650.00 1 $3,650.00 $3,650.00

WD#11 Additional8" PVC Force Maon replacement (OR18) 1 LS $ 44,566.25 $44,566.25 1 $44,566.25 $44,566.25
SUB-TOTAL $162,635.63 $200,700.21 $200,700.21

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AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Evans Avenue
Waterline Improvements
RFQ #12-27-12-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No. __
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IROJI.:C I RFQ;:12-27-12-PW
F. \'ans A venue Waterline Improvements DATE OF ISSUANCE: March 31.2016

CITY OF I'OIU MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, Fl. 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR : AIM Construction Contracting. LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:_ _ __

CONTRACT FOR: Citv of Fort M>ers Public Works Dept.

ENGINEER : Cit' of Fort Mvcrs: Ben Bullen, P.E. ENGINEER ' S PROJECT#: -- -

You are di rected to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description: Added 8'' PV C Ioree main (DR 18) in lieu of8" PVC force main (DR 14)

Purpose or Work Directive C:hangt>: Add a new bid item, 8" PVC force main (DR 18)

Attachments: (fi.1t tlocumeuts Sllf'JIOrting d~n11ge) See attached prices.

If a claim b made thutthc ahmc changc(s) have aflccted Contract Price or Contracttimt:, any claim lor a Change Order
based thcrclltl "ill im ol\'c nne nl' th~: full owing methods of dc:tcmtinini! tht cflcctofthc change(s).

Method uf d.:tcnninmg ch;mg~ 111 t'!llttm~l Method ofdctcmtining change in Contract


Price: Time:

I im~ ;ulll Materials Contractor's records

I I nit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus lixcd 1\:c Other

Other

Estimated im:rcil~c ( ckcrca ~~l in Cunlrncl Estimated increase (decrease) in Contrect


l'ricc:: ($15.947.50 ). lfth.: clmngc Time: days. If the change involves an
in\'Oh~ s 110 inl'rca., c. the cstinHlll:d ;unuunt increase. the estimated time is not to be
is not to he cwc,!kd withuut J'urthct ~sceedcd without further authori7.at ion.
authorizmiun

RECOMr>

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AIM Construction Contracting. LLC
Constructron Manager-At-R 1sk fo1 Evans Avenue
Waterline Improvements
RFQ #12-27 -12-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANG

After the tiMP was establi sh~d . it was determined that a much larger section of Force
Main had to be moved in a non-traffic area, so the DR I 8 R'' PVC pipe can be used in lieu
of the DR 14 X" PVC pipe used under roadways.

ADD: 8" PVC' Ioree main DR 18 600 If @ $40.75/lf $24.450.00

DEDUCT: 8.. PVC H1rce main DR 14 190 If @ $44.75/lf $8,502.50


AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.~
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: May 30. 2016

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting. LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:41 1752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Utility Dept.

ENGINEER: Benjamin Bullert. PE. City of Fort Myers ENGINEER'S PROJECT#: _ _ __

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description: Replace (2) 16" Plug Valves with (2) 12" Plug Valves.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Contract item 9.3, 16" Plug Valves, originally bid will not be
necessary due to a change in field conditions. What was originally thought to be an existing 16" force main
sewer line is a 12" line. Therefore, (2) 12" Plug Valves will replace the 16" valves. This will result in a
$230.24 net savings to the owner. (Spreadsheet attached)

Attachments: {list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have alTected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve one of the following methods of detennining the effect of the change(s).

Method of detennining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials Contractor's records

_ x_ Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

Other

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Price: $32.329.76. If the change involves Time: 0 days. If the change involves an
an increase, the esti ated amount is not to increase, the estimated time is not to be
be exceeded witho exceeded without further authorization.

JUN 0 S 2016

Engineering
ESTIMATE SHEET DAT.E: _ _____,w.y=-~81!..:,a~111~6

PROJECT: Evans Ave Water Main


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NO. .IIDLDI!SCJUmON. OTY OUOTI!. MATEJUAL LABOR SUD UNIT PRICE '1'1\'r..r . Ulfft1 .....

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Q.g 16" Plug Valve 2 EA <4,281.9() 4,538.81 11,741.19 16 280.00 82,560.00
(Plug Valves, Tee, Difficulty) - - -
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9-sA 12" Plug Valve 2 EA 2,300.18 2,<438.19 11,741.19 14.179.38 28,358.76
g .gB Restockl6M Plug_Valves
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2 EA - 180.50 180:5.00 1.985~'>0 3.971.00
Valves - - 32,32976
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AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.3
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: Mav 31.2016

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting. LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Utility Dept.

ENGINEER: Benjamin Bullert. PE. City of Fort Mvers ENGINEER'S PROJECT#: _ _ _ __

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description: Public Works Operations utilized one of the stored 16" Gate Valves to incorporate on a Gate
Valve installation project.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Public Works Operations wanted to install a new 16'' Gate Valve on
the existing 16" Watermain that is located adjacent to Carrell Canal. They wanted this valve installed which
would affect less people from having their water shut-off when the Evans project needed to make the water
main tie-in at Evans and Carrell.

Attachments: (list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve one of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials Contractor's records

_ X_ Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

Other

Estimated increase (d ease) in Contract Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Price: $3.015.00. If e ' hange in olves an Time: days. If the change involves an
increase, th ot to be increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded exceeded without further authorization.

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AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.4
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: June 30,2016

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-22 I 7

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting. LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:ffiill

CONTRACT FOR: City of fort Myer Utility Deot.

ENGINEER: Benjamin Bullert. PE, Citv of Fort Myers ENGINEER'S PROJECT#: _ _ __

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description: Relocate the existing Fiber Optic Cable that was in conflict with the installation of the new
16" Watennain.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Please see description.

Attachments: (list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve o ne of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials Contractor's records

_ x_ Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

Other

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Price: $7,000.00. If the change involves an Time:_Q_days. If the change involves an
increase, the estim ed amount is not to be increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded without exceeded without further authorization.

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Description for Work Directive #4

Fiber Optic Cable Relocation

Relocate the existing Fiber Optic Cable that was in conflict with the installation of the new 16"
Watermain.

STATION LF UNIT PRICE AMOUNT


STA 16+00 TO STA 22+50 650 LF $5.00/LF $3250.00
STA 35+00 TO STA 42+50 750 LF $5.00/LF $3750.00
TOTAL 1400 LF $7,000.00
AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No. 5
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: June 30.2016

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting. LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Utility Dept.

ENGINEER: Benjamin Bullert. PE. Citv of Fort Myers ENGINEER' S PROJECT #: _ _ __

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description: Install additional fittings for connections not indicated on plans because of unforeseen field
conditions.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Please see description.

Attachments: (list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve one of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials Contractor's records

_ X_ Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

Other

Estimated increase (decrease) in Controct


Time:..Q..days. If the change involves an
increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded without further authorization.
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Description for Work Directive #5

Fiber Optic Cable Relocation

Relocate Fiber Optic Cable that was in conflict with the installation of the new 16" Watermain.

STA 5+00 -16" BELL REST ON EXIT LINE


3 EACH@ $527.25 = $1,581.75

STA 9+50- ADD CONNECTION


16"X8" TEE (1 EACH@ $850.52) = $850.52
8'' CAP (1 EACH@ $157.25) = $157.25

STA 32+00- UPSIZE LEESAR CONNECTION


16"X12" TEE (1 EACH @ $1250.52) = $1,250.52
12" GATE VALVE (1 EACH@ $2718.50) = $2,718.50
12"X8" REDUCER (1 EACH @ $256.84) = $256.84
CREDIT 16"X8" TEE (1 EACH @$927 .35) = ($927.35)

GRAND TOTAl= $5,888.03


AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.6
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: June 30.2016

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P .0. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting. LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Utility Dept.

ENGINEER: Benjamin Bullert. PE. Citv ofFon Myers ENGINEER'S PROJECT#: _ _ __

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following cbange(s):

Description: Complete Sub-surface Utility Engineering ("soft dig") services to investigate the existing
utility lines throughout the project.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Please see description.

Attachments: (list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve one of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials Contractor's records

Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

_X_ Other (Lump Sum)

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Price: $26.180.00. If the change involves an Time:_Q_days. If the change involves an
increase, the estimated amount is not to be increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded withou nher authorization. exceeded without funher authorization .

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Description for Work Directive #6

Fiber Optic Cable Relocation

Complete Sub-surface Utility Engineering ("soft dig") services to investigate the existing utility
lines throughout the project .:

STA 5+00 TO STA 6+50


STA 9+00 TO STA 11+00
STA 15+00 TO 16+50
ENTIRE AREA OF NORTH CARROLL CANAL

COST: LUMP SUM $26,180.00


AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.7
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: July 31.2016

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting, LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Utility Dept.

ENGINEER: Elaine Capps PE. City of fort Myers ENGINEER'S PROJECT # : - - - - -

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description: Public Operations utilized one of the stored 8" plug valve to incorporate on a lift station repair
project.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Public Works Operations wanted to install a new 8" plug just north of
lift station number 34 (Evans Avenue).

Attachments: (list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve one of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials _x_ Contractor' s records

X Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

Other (Lump Sum)

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract Estimated increase (decrease) in Contrclct


Price: $1326.67. If the change involves an Time:.l_days. If the change involves an
increase, the estim amount is not to be increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded without rt authorization. exceeded without further authorization.

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AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.8
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: September 30,2016

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting. LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Utility Dept.

ENGINEER: Nicole Monahan P.E .. City of Fort Myers ENGINEER' S PROJECT#: _ _ _ __

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description: Furnish and install (8) 2" ARVs on the Force Main. These were missing on the original
contract drawings and quantities.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Furnish and install (8) 2" Force Main ARVs at $4,100.00 each. Total
Work Directive $32,800.00.

Attachments: (list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve one of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials Contractor's records

_X_ Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

Other (Lump Sum)

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Time:_Q_days. If the change involves an
increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded without further authorization.

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AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.8
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: September 30.2016

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting, LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Utility Dept.

ENGINEER: Nicole Monahan P .E., City of Fort Myers ENGINEER'S PROJECT#:

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following cbange(s):

Description: Furnish and install (8) 2" ARVs on the Force Main. These were missing on the original
contract drawings and quantities.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Furnish and install (8) 2" Force Main ARVs at $4, 100.00 each. Total
Work Directive $32,800.00.

Attachments: (list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve one of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials -X- Contractor's records

X Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

Other (Lump Sum)

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Time:.l!_days. If the change involves an
increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded without further authorization.
AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.9
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: September 30.2016

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting, LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411 752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Utility Dept.

ENGINEER: Nicole Monahan P.E., City of Fort Myers ENGINEER' S PROJECT #: 75 L

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description:
1. Install new 8" Force Main extension and double connections LS $4,090.00 & 28 days.
2. Install water main capping on existing 8" water main LS $12,407.00 & 10 days.
3. 5,000 LF of ditch cleaning along Evans Ave. LS $ 11 ,500.00 & 21 days.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Utility and drainage upgrades as requested by City of Fort Myers
Public Works Department.

Attachments: (list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon wi ll involve one of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials


- X- Contractor' s records

Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

X Other (Lump Sum)

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Price: $27.997.00. If the change involves Time:.i2_days. If the change involves an
an increase, the est" ated amount is not to increase, the estimated time is not to be
be exceeded witho further a thorization. exceeded without further authorization.

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AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.lO
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline DATE OF ISSUANCE: January 20.2017

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Drawer 2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting. LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Utility Dept.

ENGINEER: Nicole Monahan P.E.. City of Fort Myers ENGINEER' S PROJECT #: _ _ _ _

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description:
I . Clean box culvert one lump sum $2,750.00.
2. Pour valve pads on existing valves six (6) each @ $150.00 each = $900.00.

Purpose of Work Directive Change: To clean the existing box culvert and to install new valve pads on
existing valve.

Attachments: (list documents supporting change)

If a claim is made that the above change(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve one of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials -X- Contractor's records

_ x_ Unit prices Engineer' s records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

_ X_ Other (Lump Sum)

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Price: $3.650.00. If the change involves an Time:..Q..days. If the change involves an
increase, the esti ated amount is not to be increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded with t er autho zation. exceeded without further authorization.

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AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighbortloods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PW

WORKDUffiC~CBANGE

No. ll
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27- 12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline Improvements DATE OF ISSUANCE: February23. 2017

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O . Drawer2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONTRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting, LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411752

CONTRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Public Works Dept

ENGINEER: Nicole Monahan P .E .. City of Fort Myers ENGINEER'S PROJECT#:


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You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description: Added 8" PVC Force Main (DR 18) in lieu of8" PVC Force Main (DR14)

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Add a new bid item, 8" PVC Force Main (DR 18).

Attachments: Dellliled description

If a claim is made that the above cbange(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon wiU involve one of the foUowing methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of detennining change in Contract Method of detennining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials _ X_ Contractor's records

_ x_ Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

_x_ Other (Lump Sum)

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Price: $44.566.25. If the change involves an Time:.Q.days. If the change involves an
increase, the estimated amount is not to be increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded without further authorization. exceeded without funher authorization.
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Fort Myers. FL 33901
Fox: 239-332-8734
www.oimconstruc tioncontrocting.com

Successfully providing our clients ond the community with qualify planning, engineering and surveying since 1980.

Description for Work Directive #11

The initial need for the replacing the force main was to maintain the 6ft. minimum separation
from the new proposed water main called out in the Evans Avenue waterline plans. But as we
progressed through the project it became obvious that the City wanted to replace the entire
run . If the budget allowed it. So as we approached the restoration portion of the project,
AIM performed an estimate of remaining budget and the City decided to replace the entire
1500 +/-foot run afforce main which drastically changed the estimate prosed in work
directive #1; WD #11 will account for the balance.
AIM Construction Contracting, LLC
Construction Manager-At-Risk for Barcelona/Alcazar
Neighborhoods Aging Infrastructure Replacement
RFQ #05-13-14-PVV

WORK DIRECTIVE CHANGE

No.l2
PROJECT: RFQ 12-27-12-PW
Evans Avenue Waterline Improvements DATE OF ISSUANCE: February 27.2017

CITY OF FORT MYERS


2200 Second Street
P.O. Dntwer2217
Fort Myers, FL 33902-2217

CONfRACTOR: AIM Construction Contracting. LLC CITY OF FORT MYERS CN#:411752

CONfRACT FOR: City of Fort Myer Public Works Dept.

ENGINEER: Nicole Monahan P .E., City of Fort Myers ENGINEER'S PROJECT#:

You are directed to proceed promptly with the following change(s):

Description: Please see attached explanation

Purpose of Work Directive Change: Please see attached explanation

Attachments: Detlliled explanation

Ifa claim is made that the abovechange(s) have affected Contract Price or Contract time, any claim for a Change Order
based thereon will involve one of the following methods of determining the effect of the change(s).

Method of determining change in Contract Method of determining change in Contract


Price: Time:

Time and Materials _x_ Contractor's records

Unit prices Engineer's records

Cost plus fixed fee Other

Other (Lmnp Sum)

Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract Estimated increase (decrease) in Contract


Price: SQ. H the change involves an Time:_Q_days. If the change involves 1111
increase, the estimated amount is not to be increase, the estimated time is not to be
exceeded wit out fu a thorizati n. exceeded without further authori23tion.

AUTHORIZED:

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CITY OF FORT MYERS
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Office: Toll Free: 80(}-226-4569
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Fort Myers. FL 33901 www .oimconstructioncontroc ling.com

I Successfully providing our clients and the community with qualify planning, engineering and su,.;,eying since- 1980.

Description for Work Directive 1112

Initially Ben Bullert wanted to locate as many services and larger waterline crossing so that he
could design the new line properly. Therefore, the City spent a lot of time and effort identifying
and locating everything in the right of way. Ben moved through the process of accounting and
connecting all parcels; water service, Irrigation service, fireline, etc.

Early on Ben stated that we might not complete all the crossings across Evans because Richard
Moulton did not want to cut across the newly resurfaced Asphalt of Evans. Especially with the Full
Utility replacement from right of way to right of way looming just outside of the current five-year
improvement plan. Because we were not rebuilding the entire right of way it wasn't possible to
connect everyone on the east side of Evans. Therefore, we settled for "boosting" the east side
system by connecting to a select few, larger diameter crossing that were in good shape and
spaced properly.

Ben deleted the Water services crossing Evans to the east and we met with Nicole Monahan and
explained the Issue to her, then moved forward.
PROJECT CLOSEOUT CHECKLIST
For the Acceptance of Public Improvements
By The City of Fort Myers Florida

PROJECT NAME: Evans Avenue Water Line Project

ITEM DESCRIPTION &~ ~tt:t~ c..Q Co""fltt\ .t I"Jf--,JJI..f. DATE RECEIVED


1. ONE SET OF REPRODUCIBLE AS-BUlLTS, CD'S or 3.5 DISKEITES, ~
IN AUTOCAD RELEASE 2000 & 3 SETS OF SIGNED, SEALED
AS-BUll T PRINTS IN 11 "X17" FORMAT: Dan Anderson (AE):sis:
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2. ARCHITECT/ENGINEERS CERTIFICATION THAT PROJECT IS
AS-BUlL TIN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLANS & SPECIFICATIONS: ,.,r-M""'--' _ _ _(AEJ

3. SFWMD PERMIT**#.--=-..,....,....,--- - - - CONSTRUCTION


COMPLETION CERTIFICATION: ----~N=/A-'--_ _ __ (AE)

4. C.O.E. PERMIT""# , CONSTRUCTION


COMPLETION CERTIFICATION: ~~C,AJ\. - - - --rt_,_,_Nfcc.A,___ _ _(AE)

5. FDEP SEWER PERMIT**# '"f'J ~~ .)_. 5.2.q,


LEITER FROM FDEP
APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: _ _ _V
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l.A=tt=ach=ed=--_ __ (AE)

6. FDEP RE-USE PERMIT**# , LEITER FROM FDEP


APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: - - - - --'-N=/A_,___ _ _ (AE)
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7. HRS WATER PERMIT **#O(J..f/91 '55'5.lEITER FROM HRS
APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: Attached (AE)

8. FDOT/LCDOT HIGHWAY/DRIVEWAY PERMIT**: N/A (AE)

9. CITY VALVE SHEET FORMS DELIVERED TO ENGINEERING: N/A if included in GIS (GC)

10. CITY ACCEPTANCE OF TV TAPES OF SEWER SYSTEM: N/A (C)

11. CONTRACTORS ONE-YEAR WARRANTY - MATERIALS & LABOR: Attached (GC)

12. CONTRACTORS FINAL RELEASE OF LEIN: Attached (GC)

13. SUBCONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS FINAL RELEASE OF LEIN: Attached (AE)

14. FINAL CLOSE-OUT CHANGE ORDER: Attached (GC)

15. FINAL INVOICE: Attached (C)

16. RECEIPT OF $5,000 ESCROW DEPOSIT FOR PUMP STATION TELEMETRY _ _ _ _.:...::..:...:...._
N/A _ _ __ (C)

17. INSPECTOR'S ACCEPTANCE OF PUNCH LIST WORK : Attached (GC)

18. ACCEPTANCE OF PRELIMINARY PLAT (SUBDIVISIONS ONLY): N/A (AE)

19. ACCEPTANCE OF RECORDED EASEMENTS N/A (AE)

20. OWNER'S CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH SAGA: N/A (AE)

21 . RETURN OF CITY FIRE HYDRANT METER, IF APPLICABLE


(CHECK WITH UTILITIES DEPARTMENT):

22. WALK THROUGH BY PUBLIC WORKS CENTER INSPECTOR.

23. SIGN OFF BY STORMWATER DIVISION

ITEMS PREPARED BY ARCHITECT/ENGINEER INDICATED "(AE)", ITEMS PREPARED BY THE CONTRACTOR INDICATED
"(GC)", ITEMS PREPARED BY THE CITY INDICATED "C", COPIES OF ALL PERMITS SHALL BE AITACHED

NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE IS TO BE COLLECTED BY THE PERMITTED CONTRACTOR AND/OR OWNER AND
FURNISHED TO THE CITY PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE Ae~XC~I'\ cJ_ il!ct~C-
CERTIFICATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

CITY OF FORT MYERS CN# RFQ No. 12-27-12-PW STA#3 CONSULTANT'S Project No .__,7~5=.2_ __

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Evans Avenue Waterline

CONTRACTOR: AIM Constructing Contracting. LLC

Contract for: CMAR RFQ 12-27-12-PW STA #3 Evans Avenue Waterline

Contract Date: Februarv 16. 2016

This Certificate of Substantial Completion applies to all Work under the Contract Documents or to the following
specified parts thereof:

Construction was completed based on the plan set designed by the City of Fort Myers further described as follows:

The installation of a new 16" PVC Water Main and appurtenances along Evans Avenue from Colonial Boulevard to
Carroll Canal. Also, included relocation of an existing Force Main that conflicted with the proposed water main
construction.

To______________________~N~ic~ol~e~M~o~n~a=h=a"~~P~E~~C~it~v~E~n~g~in~e~e~r________________
CITY OF FORT MYERS

AndTo.__________________~A~I~M~C~o~n~s~tr~uc~t~in~g~C~o~n~tr~ac~t~
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CONTRACTOR

The Work to which this Certificate applies has been inspected by authorized representatives of CITY, CONTRACTOR
and ENGINEER, and that Work is hereby declared to be substantially complete in accordance with the Contract
Documents on

December 7 2016
DATE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLETION

A tentative list of items to be completed or corrected is attached hereto. This list may not be all-inclusive, and the
failure to include an item in it does not alter the responsibility of CONTRACTOR to complete all the Work in
accordance with the Contract Documents. The items in the tentative list shall be completed or corrected by
CONTRACTOR within 30 days of the above date of Substantial Completion.

The responsibilities between CITY and CONTRACTOR for security, operation, safety, maintenance, heat, utilities,
insurance and warranties shall be as follows:
RESPONSIBILITIES:

CITY OF FORT MYERS:

CONTRACTOR: See Punchlist dated December 7. 2016

The following documents are attached to and made a part of this Certificate: Walk Through Punch list dated
December 7, 2016.

This certificate does not constitute an acceptance of Work not in accordance with the Contract Documents, nor is it a
release of CONTRACTOR's obligation to complete the Work in accordance with the Contract Documents.

Executed by CONSULTANT on _ _ __,D:<:e'<-'c,e""m.u:b<>=e"-r_,_7_ _ _ _ _ _ _, 20-'-'16"-----

AIM Construction Contracting, LLC

By
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CONTRACTOR accepts this Certificate of Substantial Completion on --""D""ece=m_,b,e"-r_,_7_ _ _ _ , 20_16
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By

THE CITY OF FORT MYERS accepts this C rtificate of Substantial Completion on December 7 , 2016

Nicole Monahan P.E.


CITY OF FORT MYERS

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City of Fort Myers, F1orida
1200 Second Street
P.O. Box 2217
Ft. Myers. FL 33902-2217
Telephone (139)321-7445
FlU (139)334-5943
City o1 Polmt

December 7, 2016
8:00AM

Punch - Walk 1brough Evan Avenue Water Line Improvements


Building Permit: N/A
Purchase Order: RFQ#12-27-12-PW STA#3 -CMAR
Contractor: AIM Construction Contracting, LLC

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I 7 RPM's for Fire Hydnants need to be installed./ /
18 Aoy striping that was n:moved need to be replaced.~
19 Handmll111 Suntem South Entrance or ony oth..,. are.u tht wcry/
n:movcd need to be reinstllllcd. /
20 ARV bottom box @ Pi yay Super Morkcl needs to be reset. / '
21 ARV needs little dips for the lock in front main ntrona: or ,
LccS..r.
22 Drop off odjoccnt to sidewall< near volve eomplex at LcCS..r./
E ~3 Rotk in v>lvc box @> l.eeSor employee c:ntnlnCC nccd5 10 be rcmovcdv""' .
v 24 All MOT b;!nicadesltr:~ffic control devices to be removed. V

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2161 Fowler Street, Suite I 00 Fort Myers, Flotida 33901 239-332-4569

March 8, 2017

Elaine Capps, P .E.


Senior Project Manager Utilities
City of Ft. Myers
2200 Second Street
Fort Myers, Florida 33902

Subject:Evans Ave Waterline

To Whom It May Concern:

Due to personal inspections on site and review of the Record Survey information, I find Evans
Ave Waterline project to be complete and in conformance with the plans and specification put
forth by the engineer of record Ben Bullert. The Record Drawing which is a detailed depiction
of the in place condition of the utilities was submitted with the closeout documents for the city to
reference.

Sincerely,
Aim Engineering & Surveying, Inc.

Jadon D. Hull, P.E.


State of Florida# 72357
Rick Scott
Mission: Governor
To protect. promote & improve the health
of all people in Florida through integrated
state, county &comrrunity efforts. Celeste Philip, MD, MPH
State Surgeon General

Vision: To be the Healthiest State in the Nation

February 24, 2017

Jadon D. Hull, P.E.


Aim Engineering & Surveying, Inc.
2185 Alicia Street
Fort Myers, FL 33901

Reference: Evans Avenue Water Line Improvements


Permit No.: 0125191-558 DSC
City of Fort Myers
Pressure Test: July 13, 2016
Bacteriological Tests: July 18 & 19, 2016
Previously Approved Partial Clearance: July 27, 2016
Complete Clearance

Dear Mr. Hull:

This will serve to acknowledge receipt of certification that the referenced water project has been
completely completed in accordance with the plans and related materials approved by this department
under the permit number and date shown.

Based on this certification, the previously approved partial clearance which includes satisfactory pressure
and bacteriological test results, we are clearing the waterlines for service.

Sincerely,

~s~
Brian P. Bates, P.E.
Professional Engineering Administrator
Environmental Engineering Division

BPB/ag

cc: Richard Moulton, CFM

Florida Department of Health


In Lee County Environmental Engineering
60 South Danley Drive, Un~ 1, Fort Myers, FL 33907
Accredited Heatth ~rtment
PHONE: 2391274-2200 FAX: 239/274-2201
Public Health Accreditation Board
http:l/lee.florldahealth.gov/
Florida Department d Enviroomental Protection

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO PLACE A DOMESTIC WASTEWATER


COLLECTIONffRANSMISSION SYSTEM INTO OPERATION
PART I- INSTRUCTIONS

(I) This form shall be completed and submitted to the appropriate DEP district office or delegated local program for all
collection/transmission system pr()jects required to obtain a construction permit in accordance with Chapter 62-604, F.A.C.

(2) Newly constructed or modified collection/transmission facilities shall not be placed into service until the Department has cleared the
project for use.

(3) All information shall be typed or printed in ink, and all blanks must be filled.

PART II - PROJECT DOCUMENTATION


(I) Collection/Transmission System Perminee
Name Richard Moulton M.B.A. Title Interim Director of Public Works
Company Name The City Of Fort Myers
Address 2200 Second Street
City Fort Myers State Florida Zip 33902-2217
Telephone 239-321-7215 Fax n/a Email rmoulton@cityttmyers.com
~--------------

(2) General Project Information


Project Name Evans Avenue Waterline Improvements Project
Construction Permit No. 47312-529-DWCICM Dated February 25, 2016
~~~~~~---------
Is the entire project included under the collection/transmission system permit substantially complete? rg] Yes 0No (If approval
is being requested to place a portion of the project into operation, anach a copy of the site plan or sketch that was submitted with
the application showing the portion of the project which is substantially complete and for which approval is being requested.)

Description of Portion of Project for Which Approval is Being Requested (including pipe length, total number of
manholes and total number of pump stations) 1599 LF of 8" pvc Force Main See attached As-Built
Expected Date of Connection to Existing System or Treatment Plant October 2016

(3) Treatment Plant Serving Collection/Transmission System


Name of Treatment Plant Serving Project City of Fort Myers South AWWTP (#FL0021270)
County _L_ee~---=----------- City Fort Myers
DEP permit number Fl... 0021270 Expiration Date 5-19-2016
~~~------------------------

For Departrnent Use Only

ate Andrew Digitally signed


L-U_..............,........,'- by And1 ew Puce
Y A -Date: 2017 02 20
r nce 14:51 :04 -{)soo
CLEARl:D H>R USI:

DEl' f orm 62-604 100(8)\bl Page I of3


Effecm c November 6, 200'
PART Ill- CERTIFICATIONS
(I) Collectionffransmission System Pennittee
I, the undersigned owner or authorized representative* of The City of Fort Myers cenif)' that the engineer
has provided us a copy of the record dra~~ngs for this project and if there is not already an existing applicable operation and
maintenance (O&M) manual, one has been prepared for the new or modified facilities.

Also, I cenif)' that, if we Mil not be the owner of this project after it is placed into service, we have provided a copy of the above
mentioned record drawings and a copy of the above mentioned O&M manual, if applicable, to the person or system that will be the
owner of this project after it is placed into service.

SigO<d
Name
~~
fiiCil8fdUltOn M.B.A.
Date
Title
2-16-17
Interim Director of Public Works
A/tach a feller ofautholization.

(2) Owner ofCollectionffransmission System After it is Placed into Service

I, the undersigned owner or authorized representative* of The City Of Fort Myers cenif)' that
we accept the project as constructed and will be the o~11er of this project after it is placed into service. I agree to repon any
abnonnal events in accordance with Rule 62-604.550, F.A.C. and promptly notifY the Depanment if we sell or legally transfer
ownership of the collection/transmission system. Also I cenif)' that we agree to operate and maintain the facilities in accordance
with the provisions of Chapter 403 Florida Statutes (F.S.) and applicable Depanment rules and that we have received a copy of the
record drawings and O&M manual for this project and that these record drawings and O&M manual are available at the following
location which is within the boundaries of the district office or delegated local program pennitting the collection/transmission
system:
2200 Second Street

Signed Date 2-16-17


Name Richard Moult Title Interim Director of Public Works
Company Name
Address 2200 Second Street
City Fort Myers ----------------------------~~------------------~~---------------
State Florida Zip 33902-2217
Telephone 239-321 -7215 Fax 239-344-5943 Email rmoulton@cityftmyers.com
Allach a feller ofallflwrization.

(3) Wastewater Facility Serving Collectionffransmission System

I, the undersigned owner or authorized representative* of the_ City of Fort Myers South AWWTP (#FL0021270)
Wastewater facility hereby certifY that the above referenced facility has adequate reserve capacity to accept the flow from this
project and Mil provide the necessary treatment and disposal as required by Chapter 403, F.S., and applicable Department rules.
Also, I certify that any connections associated with this project to the above referenced facility, which we operate and maintain,
have been completed to our satisfaction and we have received a copy of the record drawings for this project.

s;gn"'
Name
~..Jl-1'___.,
Richard Moulton .B.A.
Date
Title
2-16-17
Interim Director of Public Works
Address 2200 Second Street
City Fort Myers State Florida Zip 33902-2217
Telephone 239-321-7215 Fax 239-344-5943 Email rmoullon@cityftmyers.com
"'Attach a leuer ofauthorization

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t-tft'(:mc- "'o,tmhc.-16.100'
(4) Professional Engineer Registered in Florida
I, the undersigned professional engineer registered in Florida, certify the following:
that this project has been constructed in accordance with the construction pennit and engineering plans and specifications or that,
to the best of my knowledge and belief, any deviations !Tom the construction pennit and engineering plans and specifications "~ II
not prevent this project !Tom functioning in compliance with Chapter 62-604, f.A .C.;
that the record drawings for this project are adequate and include substantial deviations rrom the construction pennit and
engineering plans and specifications;
that a copy of the record drawings has been provided to the permittee and to the wastewater treatment facility serving the
collection/transmission system;
that the O&M manual for this project has been prepared or examined by me, or by an individual(s) under my direct supervision,
and that there is reasonable assurance. in my professional judgment, that the facilities. when properly maintained and operated in
accordance with this manual, will function as intended; and
that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, appropriate leakage tests have been perfonned and the new or modified facilities met
the specified requirements.
This certification is based upon on-site observation of construction conducted by me or by a project representative under my direct
supervision and upon a review of shop drawings, test results/records, and record drawings perfom1ed by me or by a project
representative under my direct supervision.

The following is a description and explanation of substantial deviations** rrom the construction penni! and engineering plans and
specifications for the substantially completed portion of this project. (Attach additional sheets if necessary.)
Partial Clearance:
80 LF of 8" PVC Force Main at the Carrell Road RIW.
The force main was installed with accordance to the plans. SpeciftCBIIy Sheet 2 t of 40 from the City of Fort Myers Evans Avenue waterline
improvements. Except, upon investigation the existing force main was 8 inch and not 10 inch as previously thought. No Wye was
encountered or needed because the existing main continued north just like the Proposed.
Final Clearance:
see attached Asbuilt There are substantial deviation to the force main between Oak Ridge and Colonial Blvd. along the east side of Evans.

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Name Jadon Hull Florida Registration No. 72357


Company Name AIM Engineering & Surveying, Inc.
Address 5300 Lee Boulevard
City Lehigh Acres State FL Zip 33971
Telephone 239-332-4569 Fax 239-332-8734 Email jadon@aimengr.com

Substantial del'iations are construction deviations greater than 10% ji"om plans and specifications and any deviations which fall
below minimum standards established in Rule 62-604, F.A.C.

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Effcc1i'~ No,cmbc1 6, 2003
STATEMENT OF GUARANTEE

The undersign parties do hereby warrant and/or guarantee all work executed by the Contractor on:

Evans Avenue Waterline Project


Name and Address of Project and Limits of Construction

to be free from defects of materials and workmanship for a period of one year from date of acceptance by the:

CITY OF FORT MYERS, FLORIDA


(at a City of Fort Myers City Council Meeting)

The undersigned parties further agree that they will, at their own expense. repair and replace any and all such
defective work and all other work damaged by said defective work under this Warranty, and shall commence to
repair/replace said defective work starting within ten (10) calendar days from the date of notice thereof.
lt is further understood that the consideration for the giving of this warranty is the requirement by the contract
specifiCations under which the contract was let that such warranty would be given.

STATE OF FLORIDA, COUNTY OF LEE

Sworn and Subscribed before me this rl +h day of Fe..b v'-let v~ . 2o._._l1_ _ _

~'l~tqj~ NOTARY PUBLIC

F - 28
WARRANTY OF TITLE , LIEN RELEASE

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that AIM Engineering & Surveying. Inc.
whose address is _ 5300 Lee Blvd., Lehigh Acres, FL 33971
for and in consideration of ____$1.Q_j_
u0...,0'---- - -- -- -- dollars and other good and valuable
considerations. lawful money of the United States of America, to me in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby
acknowledged, does hereby waive, release. remiss and relinquish any and all right to claim any lien or liens for work
done or material furnished, or any kind or class of lien whatsoever on the following described
property Evans Avenue Waterline Project

Dated this _1.IttL __ _ day of _ _ ..LF..~:e:u.b.~.~r...Lila.caury


----- 20...L1.L7_ _

AIM E~ineering & Surveying. Inc.


C NTRACTOR

F- 29
WARRANTY

The undersigned parties do hereby warrant and/or guaranty all work


executed by the contractor on the EVANS AVENUE WATER MAIN
IMPROVEMENTS (RFQ #12-27-12-PW) to be free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of
acceptance by City of Fort Myers (January 19, 20 17). The undersigned
parties further agree that they will, at their own expense, repair and replace
all such defective work and all other work damaged by said defective work
under this Warranty-Guaranty.

It is furthennore understood that the consideration for the giving of this


warranty and/or guaranty is the requirement by the general conditions and
specifications under which the contract was let that such warranty and/or
guaranty would be given.

Stevens & Layton, Inc.


Owner or Contractor

By:~l-A-"~1-P-A~~----
}/'fl(eith Dean, President
J

State of Florida
County of Lee

The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this


19th of January , 2017 by V. Keith Dean who is personally known
byrne.

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Notary Public Signature

Linda D. Baer
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN
UPON FINAL PAYMENT

The undersigned lienor, in consideration of the final payment in the amount of


$ 78,451.97 hereby waives and releases its lien and right to claim a lien for labor,
services, or materials furnished to AIM CONSTRUCTON CONTRACTING, INC.
(customer) on the job of CITY OF FORT MYERS (owner) to the following described
property: EVANS AVENUE WATER MAIN IMPROVEMENTS CRFQ# l2-27-12-PW).

Dated on: ---==2_,-1""'"5_,


-1-'-7_ _ _ _ __

By L~~-= STEVENS & LAYTON. INC.


Name of Corporation

By: __V-'-'--'K=E
. ...,I_,_
T...., =A....,N_,___ _ _ __
H"""D~E 11260 PALM BEACH BLVD
Name of Representative Address

Title:_ __._P....,.RE=S=l=D=EN~T_ _ _ _ __ FORT MYERS FL 33905

Phone: 239-693-1400 Fax: 239-693-8630

STATE OF FLORJDA
COUNTY OF LEE

The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 15TH day of February,
2017 by V. KEITH DEAN who is personally known to me.

~ .tD . ~9D
Notary Public Signature

LINDA D. BAER
ii.lf
~
~~ LINDA D. BAER
MY COMMISSION OFFtum
EXPIRRS ~ 01. 201G
t~ll sis-o~IS . .-.

NOTARY SEAL
AIM CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING, LLC
EXHIBIT C
FINAL RELEASE OF CLAIMS
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That the Undersigned, for and in consideration of the
payment of$ 3.000.00 paid by or on behalf of AIM Construction Contracting, LLC ("Contractor"), the
receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged , hereby waives and releases, in favor of
Contractor, Owner. Architect. Architect's Consultants and each of their respective parent companies,
affiliated companies, partners, agents, off1cers, directors, members, managers, employees, successors,
assigns, servants, sureties and any other entity required by the Contract Documents (collectively the
"Released Parties"}, any and all claims, demands. suits and causes of action of every kind or character
(including claims for extra work, extended or additional job costs or overhead, delays, disruptions, and
lost profits) which the Undersigned had, has or could have in any way related to the Project (as defined
below) against the Released Parties in connection with this Project.

This Final Release of Claims is given pursuant to the terms of the Subcontract or Purchase Order, as
applicable, by and between Contractor and the Undersigned on Project CFM Evans Avenue Waterline
Project

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Undersigned has signed this FINAL RELEASE OF CLAIMS on this ___j_Q!!l
day of February . 20_1L

Cella Molnar & Associates. Inc.


Company Name

L~
Officer S(Qilature/Title

Kris Cella CEO


Print NamefTitle

STATE OF: _!-!FL=-----

COUNTY OF: ~L::.::e:::::e_ _ __

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 16th day of February , 201L. by
Kns Cella as CEO / ' of~-Molnar & Associates. Inc.

Noffiry ~!Llf? [ ,L_


My commission Expires: '-/ / I 0 ,/do I 7

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i:
~
CAR<>.YN USHER
"~ Com!T'ission # FF 006716
in Expirf <flprit 10, 2017
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AIM CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTING, LLC


Exhibit C - Final Release of Claims (Rev 1101/05) Page 1 of 1
2/16/2017 WAIVER & RELEASE UPON FINAL PMT

WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN


UPON FINAL PAYMENT
(Section 713 .20(5) Florida Statutes)

This instrument l'repared by: CHERI TRAY, CREDIT MANAGER


Ferguson Enterprises Inc., on its behalf
aod as an agent for its subsidiaries and affiliares
Attn: Cmdit Dept 813-9898778
7816 Professional Place
Tampa FL 3363 7
00127*37907

The undersigned lienor, in consideration of the final payment in the amoun t of$10.00, hereby waives and releases its lien and right to claim a
lien for labor, services or materials furnished to STEVENS & LAYTON (customer) on the job of CiTY OF FT MYERS (owner), to the
following described property:

EVANS AVENUE, FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, EVANS AVENUE WM IMPROVEMENT, LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.

DATED on FEBRUARY 16,2017

Ferguson Enterptises Inc., on its behalf


and as an agent for its subsidiaries and affiliates
Attn: Credit Dept 813-989-8778
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r
78 16 Professqna1 Place

m FL 6 -~ -~-~: __ __ ~
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CH TRAY,C . DlTMANAGER
l
Before me, personally appeared, CHERI TRAY, CREDIT MANAGER, the of Ferguson ~'te!J.?!ises Inc., on its behalf, who
oduced
---------as identification or is personally known to me, and who did take an oatn, acknowled ed d before me ti.Jat
he/she executed tltis instrument for the purposes therein expressed on behalf of said entity, this 16 day of FEBRUARY, 2017

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WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN


UPON FINAL PAYMENT

The undersigned lienor, in consideration of final payment in the amount of$10.00, hereby
waives and releases its lien and right to claim a lien/bond claim for labor, services or materials
furnished to Stevens & Layton Inc on the job of City of Ft Myers following described
property:
Evans Avenue Waterline Improvement Task Authorization No 3 RFP #12-27-12.

Furthermore, all bills for materials, services or labor furnished to the above person/entity
by the undersigned for construction of such improvements on the above property have been paid.

DATED: January 20, 2017


FLORIDA ROCK INDUSTRIES, INC.
VULCAN MATNULCAN CONST MAT
PO Box 4667
Jacksonville, FL 32201
Southeast Division

Typed Name
Credit Manager
Title
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF DUVAL

Sworn to and subscribed before me on this 20th day of Janu , 017 by Brian L. Dunmire who
is personally known to me.

f' ~.vr~:;
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Statutory Form Section 7 13.20, Florida Statutes (1996)

D.L. Davis
Notary Public
State of Aorlda
My Commission Expires October 8, 2018
C;mmiaaion No. FF 163869
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN
UPON FINAL PAYMENT
(Section 713.20(5) Florida Statutes)

This instrument Prepared by: TRENT WARD


NEFF RENTAL LLC
ATTN: JENNIFER AMADOR
11700 METRO PARKWAY
FORT MYERS FL 33966
50025006 I 7621

The undersigned lienor, in consideration of the final payment in the amount of $10.00, hereby waives and
releases its lien and right to claim a lien for labor, services or materials furnished to STEVENS & LAYTON
INC (customer) on the job of CITY OF FORT MYERS (owner), to the following described property:

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, EVANS AVNEU WATERLINE IMPROVEMENTS, JOB NUMBER RFQ 12-
27-12-PW, BOND NUMBER PB00155800161 , LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA.

DATED on JANUARY 20,2017

NEFF RENTAL LLC


ATTN: JENNIFER AMADOR
11700 METRO PARKWAY
FORT~~~) FL 33966
1
By: 1-~wa_A.l
TRENT WARD
SERVICE MANAGER

Before me, personally appeared, TRENT WARD, the SERVICE MANAGER of NEFF RENTAL LLC, who
produced as identification or i~ personally known to me. and who did take an oath,
and acknowledged to and before me tha~e executed this instrument for the purposes therein expressed on
behalf of said entity, this 20 day of JANUARY, 2017

J
FINAL RELEASE

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF PASCO

The undersigned supplier, vendor, contractor and/or materialman has been employed by
STEVENS & LAYTON , INC to furnish CONCRETE,BLOCK,REBAR- BLDG MATERIALS
for the construction improvements known as EVANS AVENUE WATERLINE IMPROVEMENTS
which is located: EVANS AVE
LEE COUNTY, FLORIDA

CONTRACT RFQ NO 12-27-12-PW

and is owned by:


CITY OF FORT MYERS

For and in consideration of the sum of$ 10.00 and other good and valuable consideration ,
the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the supplier, vendor, mechanic
and/or materialman waives and releases any and all liens or claims of liens or any right against
any labor and/or material payment bond of Contractor it has upon the foregoing described property.

Given under hand and seal th is ~ day of -.Jf\f'VU ~

Sworn and Subscribed before me ETE

Name: ELIZABETH P STAFFORD

Title: CREDIT & COLLECTION MANAGER

Ref:16-6921-201565 Misc. Info:

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RELEASE OF UEN Page 1 of 1

WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN

UPON FINAL PAYMENT

THE UNDERSIGNED LIENOR, IN CONSIDERATION OF THE FINAL PAYMENT IN THE


AMOUNT OF $10.00 RECEIVED HEREBY WAIVES AND RELEASES ITS LIEN AND RIGHT TO
CLAIM OF LIEN FOR LABOR SERVICES AND/OR MATERIALS FURNISHED STEVENS &
LAYTON INC ON TilE JOB OF CITY OF FORT MYERS PURCHASING & CONTRACTS
ADMINISTRATION TO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PROPERTY:

DESCRIPTION: RFQ #12-27-12-PW, EVANS AVENUE WATERLINE IMPROVEMENTS


ADDRESS : EVANS AVENUE
FORT MYERS FLORIDA

DATED ON: 02-15-2017 LIENOR'S NAME:


AMERICAN BORING & TRENCHING INC
6560 PANGOLA ROAD
FORT MYERS FLORIDA

~~~AND
TITLE: SECRETARYfTREASURER
STATE OF FLORIDA

COUNTY~-~~1~,~~
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CEMEX, Inc. and/or


Cemex Construction Materials Florida LLC
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN FOR FINAL PAYMENT

The undersigned lienor, in consideration ofthe final payment in the amount of$10.00
the receipt of payment is acknowledged, hereby waives and releases its lien and right to
claim a lien for labor, services or materials furnished to STEVENS & LAYTON INC
on the job of CITY OF FORT MYERS (owner ofproperty) for the job located on the
following described property:

EVANS A VENUE WATERLINE IMPROVEMENTS, FORT MYERS FLORIDA, JOB


NUMBER RFQ12-27-12-PW, BOND NUMBER PB00155800161 , LEE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.

DATED on JANUARY 24,


2017

Lienor's Name: CEMEX, Inc and/or


CEMEX Construction Materials Florida, LLC
CREDIT SERVICES 800-398-2869
3820 Northdale Blvd # lOOB
Tampa FL n624

By:J.
S. RENEE' JO ES
Credit Servi s Representative

The foregoing instrument was signed in my presence this date of JANUARY 24, 2017
by S. RENEE' JONES who is personally known to me, who did take an oath, and is
Credit Services Representative of CEMEX, Inc and/or CEMEX Construction Materials
Florida, LLC

3017753-14345495

j 1/24/201 7
WAIVI:R & RELEASE UPON FINAL PMT

WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN


UPON FINAL I' AYMENT
(Section 713.20(5) Florida Statutes)

Th1s instrument Prcp;lrcd by: ANDY Dl!l'Ri\ENJ:


AJAX Pi\ VING INDUSTRIES OF Fl. LI.C
A'ITN:JASON WESCOAT/Ji\MII: SIMI> IONS
ONE AJAX DIU VE
NORTII VENICE Fl. H 275
16U761'M I

The undersigned lienor. in consickration or the final payment in th~ amo unt of S IO.OU. he rei>) waives and r.:lcas~ s its lien and
right to claim a lien for labor. scniccs or materials furnished to Pi\ VEMENT Mi\INTENANCI: 1.1.(' ( cu~t om cr) 011 the job of'
CITY OF FORT MYERS (owner). to tho.: following dcsnibcd property:

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, EY i\NS i\ YNEU WATL::IU.INE IMPROVEMENTS. JOl3 NL!MilER RF() 12-27-12-1'\V. LlONil
NlJMBER PB00155XOOI61. LI:H'OlJNTY, fLO RIDA.

DATED on FEnRUi\f{Y 6, 20 17

1\REt\ M!\Ni\Gl::R

Bcl'orc me. personally appcnrcd. i\NIJY DECR/\ENE. the ;\IU :t\ t-.1/\Ni\GER of AJAX 1'/\ YING INI>LIS'I RIES OF Fl. LI.C.
who produced ~t'S(f)01 H1__ J::'.tJoV.D.. as idcntificntion or is personally known to rne, antlll'ho did lake <lll oath. and
acknowledged and be lore ~1c thnt he/she executed this tnstnnncnt lor the purposes thcrcm ex press.:d on behalf ol ~a1d L'IHII).
this 6 day o1TEI3RUARY. 20 17

__fD-pfJ)a:;~(-
NotarY l'uhlic: Slate ol' Florida
M.Y C;11ll111ission Expires: d1 .-:J
-. ,- - { 0()

_ ____---.,....--
\

_,_, .. -
WARRANTY OF TITLE, LIEN RELEASE

KNOW AU MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that AIM Construction Contracting. LLC.


whose address is 2185 Alicia Street, Fort Myers, FL 33901
for and in consideration of $1 0 00 dollars and other good and valuable
considerations. lawful money of the United States of America, to me in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby
acknowledged, does hereby waive, release, remiss and relinquish any and all right to claim any lien or liens for work
done or material furnished, or any kind or class of lien whatsoever on the following described
property: Evans Avenue Waterline Project

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AGENDA7
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 1


WARD: All Revised: (Date & Time)
[8J Regular D Special D Workshop --
_Quasi-Judicial .D Yes [8J No
0Proclamations [g!Consent 0Public 0City Council 0 Permission 0City 0City
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve utilization of City of MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Jacksonville Request for Proposal P-38- 15 for Approve
Registry of Vacant/ Abandoned Properties with
Community Champions Corporation.

FUNDING SOURCE: N /A

FISCAL IMPACT: $125,000 revenue annually to General Fund #002-1203-343-9040

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Utilizes Community Champions Corporation to enforce,


register, and collect fees for abandoned properties.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The City issued Request for Qualification


No. 01-15- 10-RFQ-CD, Administrator of Records for Abandoned, Foreclosed and Vacant
Properties in 2010 and contracted with Federal Property Registr ation Corporation effective
June 14, 20 10. The agreement expired on June 13, 2016, and it has been used since that time
on a month-to-mon th basis . Federal Property Registration Corp oration changed their name to
Community Champions Corporation and offered to allow the City to utilize the contract with
City of Jacksonville.

Community Champions Corporation monitors the recordin g of lis pendens through public
records in Lee County and enforces the City Abandoned Registration Program. Part of the
enforcement is collecting the registration fee.

Community Champions Corporation collects a $200 fee from banks or mortgage companies for
registering of abandoned properties with their database . Community Champions Corporation
sends a monthly check to the City for 50% of the amount collected, or $100 per registration.

The fee is $200 per registration, per property.

The new agreement fee is 200 per registration, per property.

Th e Agreement with th e City of Jacksonville expires September 30 , 2017, and may be renewed
for up to three addition a l one year periods.
Continued to Next Page D Yes [8J No
Person Initiating Request: Maria Joyner & Richard Department: Financial Services &
Moulton Community Development
Laurie Victory & Michael Titmuss Division: Purchasing & Contracts
Administration

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony. Henderson
AGENDA 8
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. ~


WARD: All Revised: (Date & Time)
[8J Regular D Special D Workshop --
Quasi-Judicial D Yes [8J No
0Proclamations !:8JConsent 0Public 0City Council 0Permission 0City 0City
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve utilization of City of Naples MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Request for Proposal No. 16-014, Building Approve
Permit Inspection and Plan Review Services in
an estimated annual expenditure of $200,000.

FUNDING SOURCE: Vacancy Savings in Building, Permitting Inspections Fund

FISCAL IMPACT: $200,000 annually unless Building Permitting and Inspections is authorized
to fill full time vacancies

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Outsources Florida Building Code structural, mechanical,


and electrical inspection services.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Permit Inspection and Plan Review Service Provider will
provide all required Florida Building Code reviews and inspections for the City in any contract
work to be performed or may be teamed with Building Division staff to perform specific review
or inspection services.

The services will supplement City staff in the event of personnel shortages, vacation, illness or
any other emergency staffing needs. Temporary services may be needed to assist the existing
staff as a result of increased construction permitting activity and other customer service
initiatives to enhance inspection and plan services provided by the City.

Services consist of, but are not limited to, Florida Building Code structural, mechanical, and
electrical inspection services at a rate of $75 per hour.

The firms that may be utilized under this agreement are as follows:

C.A.P. Government, Inc., 343 Almeria Avenue; Coral Gables


Bureau Veritas North America, Inc., 6819 Porto Fino Circle, Fort Myers
Calvin, Giordano & Associates, Inc., 1800 Eller Drive, Suite 600, Fort Lauderdale
GFA International, Inc., 5851 Country Lakes Dr., Fort Myers
NOVA Engineering and Environmental, LLC, 5475 Lee Street, Lehigh Acres, FL

Continued to Next Page 0 Yes [8J No


Person Initiating Request: Maria Joyner & Richard Department: Financial Services &
Moulton Community Development
Laurie Victory, Daryl Dillow & Michael Titmuss Division: Purchasing & Contracts
Administration & BPI

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
I AGENDA 9
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 201 7 AGENDA ITEM NO. 9


WARD: All (Date & Time)
Revise d :
[8J Regular D Special D Worksh op --
Quasi-Judicial D Ye s [8J No
D Proclamations [8]Consent 0Public 0 City Council 0Permission D eity 0 City
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve single source procurement MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
of t hree wastewater mixing u n it s, in the total Approve
amount of $100,665, from SPX Flow
Tech nology - Lightnin .

FUNDING SOURCE: Proj ect No. 3 1100101- 001 - $66,280 and 31 100222-0001- $34,385

FISCAL IMPACT: $ 100,665

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Replaces two mixers at the South Advan ced Wastewater
Treatmen t Facility a nd one mixer at the Central Advan ced Wastewater Tr eatment Facility.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The two m ixers at the South Advan ced Wastewater Treatment
Facility, 16 18 Matthew Drive, a nd one m ixer at the Cen tral Advan ced Wastewater Treatment
Facility, 1501 Ra leigh Street, a re 33 years old with a normal life expectancy of 20 year s. The
mixers h ave been rebuilt numerous times and are failin g.

Th e mixers keep the biomass in s u s pension . If the biomass settles to the bottom of t he tank,
the m icr oorganisms are not available to perform their function in th e biological t reatmen t
p rocess .

The a mmonias at th e South Advan ced Wastewater Facility are at a critical level a n d the City is
a t th e poin t of poten t ia l violation s.

Th e plan t main tenance staff will p erfor m th e installation a n d th e old m ixer s will b e turned in as
scrap.

The corporate headquarters for SPX Flow Technology- Ligh tnin is 13320 Ballantyne Corporate
Place, Charlotte, North Carolina a n d is t h e single source repr esen tative in Florida.

Continued to Next PageD Yes [8J No


Person Initiating Request: Mar ia J oyner & Richard Department: Fin an cial Services Public
Moulton Works
Laurie Victory & Joh n Bolder Division: Purchasing & Contracts
Administration - Ad vanced Wastewater
Treatmen t Facilities

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony. Henderson
Hudson Pump & Equipment
3524 Craftsman Blvd.
Lakeland, Florida 33803-7307 United States
Phone: 863-665-7867 Fax: 863-666-5649
cmccaughey@tencarva.com

Quote Form
Attention: Darren Hoagland Date: 7/16/2015
Ft Myers
South F'lant-=-2ndAnox Tank -
-~~s. Florida United States
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Project Name: Ft Myers 740 10 Quote Number: 07 1615
Rep Reference Number: 011 G-15-0625

Item No Product I Description I Quantity I Price Each


Mixer Series 70 1Modei74Q10 I 1 I $34,385.00
Details: Motor: 10HP. TEFC, Premium Efficiency, 3 ph, 60 Hz, 230/460 volt, 1770 RPM
Machine: Gear Reduction Ratio: 25.63
Output Speed: 69RPM
Shaft: Diameter: 3.0 inches
Length: 156.0 inches
Includes the "Clean Shaft"
lmpeller(s): 63", A333 (Clean Edge)
Other Data: Wetted Parts Material: 316ss
High Speed Coupling : Steel-Flex
Drawings: L-16310, DS-E-589, L-16922
Total (US Dollars): $34,385.00

Shipment In: 10-14 Weeks After Receipt of Order


Payment Terms: 30 Days from Invoice Date
Delivery Terms : Free Carrier Seller's Facility
Quote Expiration Date: 8/16/2015

Please Address Purchase Order to:


SPX Flow US, LLC, Lightnin and Plenty Mixers
c/o Hudson Pump & Equipment
3524 Craftsman Blvd.
Lakeland, Florida 33803-7307 United States

Thank you,

Chuck McCaughey
Sales Engineer

This quote/proposal is subJect to SPX Standard Terms and Condttlons of Sale. a copy of which are attached hereto and a re also
available on the Internet at httpllwww sox com/enlltgh!ninlsales-terms-and-ronditions/. Any acceptance of this
quote/proposal is expressly conditioned upon your acceptance of these Terms and Condtbons
..:--

WliER l iDIEAS M Elf IIID USTRY


Hudson Pump & Equipment
3524 Craftsman Blvd.
lakeland, Florida 33803-7307 United States
Phone: 863-665-7867 Fax: 863-666-5649
cmccaughey@tencarva.com

Quote Form
Attention: Darren Hoagland Date: 11/30/2016
Ft Myers
South Plant- 2nd An ox Tank
Ft Myers, Florida United States

Project Name: Ft Myers 74010 Quote Number: 092316


Rep Reference Number: 011G-15-0625

Item No Product Description Quantity Price Each


Mixer Series 70 Modei74Q10 2 $33,140.00
Details: Motor: 10HP, TEFC, Premium Efficiency, 3 ph , 60Hz, 230/460 volt, 1770 RPM
Machine: Gear Reduction Ratio: 25.63
Output Speed: 69RPM
Shaft: Diameter: 3.0 inches
Length: 156.0 inches
Includes the "Clean Shaft"
lmpeller(s): 63", A333 (Clean Edge)
Other Data: Wetted Parts Material: 316ss
High Speed Coupling: Steel-Flex
Drawings: L-16310, DS-E-589, L-16922
Total (US Dollars): $66,280.00

Shipment In: 10-14 Weeks After Receipt of Order


Payment Terms: 30 Days from Invoice Date
Delivery Terms: Free Carrier Seller's Facility- Freight included in price
Quote Expiration Date: 12/30/2016

Please Address Purchase Order to:


SPX Flow US, LLC, lightnin and Plenty Mixers
c/o Hudson Pump & Equipment
3524 Craftsman Blvd .
Lakeland, Florida 33803-7307 United States

Thank you,

Chuck McCaughey
Sales Engineer

This quote/proposal is subject to SPX Standard Terms and Conditions of Sale. a copy of which are attached hereto and are also
available on the Internet at http-/lwww.spx,comle!)/ligbtointsales-terms-and-condjtioos/. Any acceptance of this
quote/proposal is expressly conditioned upon your acceptance ot these Terms and Conditions.
AGENDA 10
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 10


WARD: Revised: (Date & Time)
~Regular D Special D Workshop --
Quas i-Judicial 0 Yes ~No
0Proclamations ~Consent 0Public Deity Council 0Permission 0City Deity
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve acceptance and MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
maintenance of potable water and sanitary Approve
sewer utilities for Bridgetown at the Plantation
Phases 3-3, 3-4, and 3-9 at 11403 Treeline
Avenue from Centex Homes.

FUNDING SOURCE: NfA

FISCAL IMPACT: Contributory Assets: Sewer Phase 3-3 $139,742. 16; Phase 3-4 $111,820.60;
and Phase 3-9 $240,998.99 for a total of $492,561.75; and Water: Phase 3-3 $105,821.38;
Phase 3-4 $75,494.75; Phase 3-9 $65,384.00 for a total of$246,700.13

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Transfers ownership of the potable water and sanitary sewer
assets, located at 11043 Treeline Avenue to the City from Centex Homes.

BACKGROUND INFORMAT ION: Bridgetown at the Plantations subdivision is located at


11403 Treeline Avenue and was broken into multiple phases by Centex Homes, the developer.

The water main and sewer main are in the private right-of-way and located in the public utility
easement as recorded under the plat for Bridgetown. The City will maintain the water and
sanitary sewer utilities

The Public Works Department received and reviewed all close out documents, including a
1 year warranty, for final acceptance and maintenance of water and sanitary sewer utilities. The
City will maintain the water and sanitary sewer utilities.

Assets become City assets when given to the City by the developer and must be reflected in the
Water /Wastewater Utility asset records. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, which the
auditors use to provide the audit opinion, require that assets that are donated (contributed) be
valued in the financial records at fair market value. The developers provide the cost of the
assets that are recorded as a capital contribution since the City did not pay for the assets. The
total contributory assets fo_r Phases 3-3, 3-4, 3-9 are $492,561.75 for sewer and $246,700.13
for water .

Continued to Next Pa ge 0 Yes ~ No


Person Initiating Re quest: Richard Moulton, MBA Department: Public Works
Nicole Monahan, P.E., William Porter Division: Engineering

COUNCI L ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
rS'City of Pa'rn.) PROJECT CLOSEOUT CHECKLIST
For the Acceptance of Public Improvements
For Project the City Will Own Utilities
By The City of Fort Myers Florida REVISED 10/16/2015

PROJECTNAME/ADDRESS~~ N{- -f<..tJ.. Pf~


DATE RECEIVED:

Plans Examiner:~\.\ Pod-c....a_ Inspector: SA.~ {V\ ~A-(...D


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1. ONE SET OF SIGNED AND SEALED AS-BUILT PRINTS IN 24" X 36" FORMAT AND 1 CD CONTAINING PDF OF ASBUILTS, CAD
ALE, GIS INFORMATION AND PDF'S OF THE BELOW DOCUMENTS. SUBMIT O~ALS OF THE DOCUMENTS WITH ASBUILTS.
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A. AS-BUILTS THAT ARE FOR PRIVATELY MAINTANED UTILITIES MUST FOLLOW THE ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT CHECKLIST FOR ANY
UTILITIES WITHIN THE CITY OF FORT MYERS RIGHT-OF-WAY, CHECKLIST CAN BE FOUND ON THE CITY OF FORT MYERS
WEBSITE. ALL ELECTRONIC AS-BUILTS, WHETHER PUBLICLY OR PRIVATELY MAINTAINED, SHALL BE IN FLORIDA STATEPLANE
WEST, NAD 83, SURVEY FEET COORDINATES AND SHALL HAVE ALL ANNOTATION IN MODEL SPACE. AT ANY POINT THAT THE
PRIVATE UTILITIES ARE TO BE TURNED OVER TO THE CITY TO BE PUBLICLY MAINTAINED, THE ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT FILE
MUST BE REVISED TO MEET ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UTILITIES WITHIN THE RIGHT-QF-WAY AND THE PRIVATE
PROPERTY.

B. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJETS ARE REQUIRED TO MEET ALL OF THE AD~ED ~NDARDS FOR ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT
FILES MANUAL ~C!.\ ~ (AE}

2. OWNERSHIP OF ROADWAY AND SIDEWALKS PUBLIC CPBIVATELD (C)


OWNERSHIP OF UTILITES f1!iJBlli) PRIV TELY (C)
OWNERSHIP OF STREET LIGHTS ""'mBLic (C)
OWNERSHIP IF DRAINAGE PUBLIC (C)

3. CERTIACATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS _,~


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---~~C...::.....!\&:...<-------<AE)
4. ARCHITECT/ENGINEERS/SURVEYORS CERTIFICATION THAT PROJECT
IS AS-BUILT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLANS & SPEOFICATIONS:

5.
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SFWMD PERMIT**# . CONSTRUCTION
COMPLETION CERTIFICATION: ( ,(AE)
S')U, ..'P~ c.~
FEDP SEWER PERMIT**# U~
~~~drs
6. LETTTER FROM
FDEP APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: V(AE)

7. FDEP ~ PERMIT**# LETTER FROM FDEP


APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: _ _ _ _ _N/A_ __ _ _ _(AE)

HRS WA!m PERMIT **t/)\ 'Z.5\q \ -5SC!LE~OM HRS


~-~... I-s;" ~
8.
APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: (AE)

9. FDOT/LCDOT HIGHWAY/DRIVEWAY PERMIT**: _ _ _ __ __ - ---=-,J=-=--Pc_ _ _ _ _ _ _(AE)


10. CITY VALVE SHEET FORMS DELIVERED TO ENGINEERING: --==~='=C.:_\cl""""-_ _ _ _ _(GC)
11 . CITY ACCEPTANCE OF TV TAPES OF SEWER SYSTEM: _fb.=-e...
=-\.""'.:~c--------'(C)
12. CONTRACTORS ONE YEAR WARRANTY- MATERIALS & LABOR: __:~ ,-----:=-\..-!'cD
~_ _ _ __ (GC)
13. CONTRACTORS FINAL RELEASE OF LEIN: ___.lkv.-.::::::.!:....JrD~_ _ _ _ _(GC)
14.

15.
SUBCONTRACTORS & SUPPUERS FINAL RELfASE OF LEIN :

RECEIPT OF $5,000 ESCROW DEPOSIT FOR PUMP STATION TELEMETRY


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~:_:.__ ___
- - - --.Adji-:--------'''--'(C)
(AE)

16. PUMP STATION INFO: ADDRESS, PUMPS, CAPACITIES, MOTORS, ETC. -------'------~tG.C)

---~---ft-_____
17. CURRENT WATER AND ELECTRIC ACCOUNT NUMBERS FOR PUMP STATION
SERVICES:

WATER: ADDRESS: - -- - - - - - - - - - - - ----'


.(gC)

---~- - t-= ~-+-------(G)


ACCOUNT NUMBER:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

ELECTRIC: ADDRESS: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ACCOUNT NUMBER:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

18. INSPECTOR'S ACCEPTANCE OF PUNCH UST WORK: s~A-e .. ru-..a,.l.l~~ (() }a'-4/lt; (GC)
lVO
19. ACCEPTANCE OF PREUMINARY PLAT (SUBDIVISIONS ONLY): -----=J~A'-"-------(AE)
20. ACCEPTANCE OF RECORDED EASEMENTS _ ___;,_t~"~-----(AE)

21. RETURN OF CITY FIRE H:VDRANT METER, IF APPUCABLE


(CHECK WITH UTIUTIES DEPARTMENT): ....t~
_ _ ___;__;___ _ _ _ _ _ (C)

22. PERMANENT METER: SIZE:_ __


SIZE:_ __ ~~~:~:: pl fJ\ ~~~
23.

24.
WALK THROUGH BY PUBUC WORKS CENTER INSPECTOR.

SIGN OFF BY STORMWATER DIVISION


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---'-Ud..~,L!__~"B'J-:.IG~/--=-'..L_7_ _ _(C)
ITEMS PREPARED BY ARCHITECT/ENGINEER INDICATED "(AE)", ITEMS PREPARED BY THE CONTRACTOR INDICATED "(GC)"
ITEMS PREPARED BY THE OTY INDICATED " (C)", ** ITEM NUMBERS 3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 ARE REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS FROM OTHER
GOVERNMENTAL AGENOES AND MUST BE SATISFIED BEFORE ACCEPTANCE BY THE CITY OF FORT MYERS. COPIES OF ALL PERMITS
SHALL BE ATTACHED

AND FURNISHED TO IE
NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE IS TO BE COLLECTED BY THE PERMITTED CON1RACTOR AND/OR OWNER
CrTY PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY (C.O.)

INSPECTOR: APPROVED _J__DISAPPROVED DATE: ,,,,, l1t, SIGNATURE: ~~


PLAN REVIEWER: APPROVED j DISAPPROVED DATE:'f/JJ/J '; SIGNATURE: 110 /)
~
GIS: APPROVED~DISAPPROVED~ DATE: .b!).-J(; 5IGNATURE:_~.::.....!.~----
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City of Palm~ PROJECT CLOSEOUT CHECKLIST
For the Acceptance of Public Improvements
For Project the City Will Own Utilities
By The City of Fort Myers Florida REVISED 10/16/2015

PROJECT NAME/ADDRESS:~~ pr\- ~ e~


SITEWORK PERMIT: ~+ 2Dol. .. D=> ~70 DATE RECEIVED: l -'1-1 ~
Plans Examiner:~ \\ Po~ Inspector:

~~~el~ ~IU!..C4 } FO~ ~T.


1. ONE SET OF SIGNED AND SEALED AS-BUILT PRINTS IN 24HX 36H FORMAT AND 1 CD CONTAINING PDF OF ASBUILTS, CAD
FILE, GIS INFORMATION AND PDF'S OF THE BELOW DOCUMENTS. SUBMIT ORI&.~~E DOCUMENTS WITH ASBUILTS.

A. AS-BUILTS THAT ARE FOR PRIVATELY MAINTANED UTILITIES MUST FOLLOW THE ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT CHECKLIST FOR ANY
UTILITIES WITHIN THE CITY OF FORT MYERS RIGHT-QF-WAY, CHECKLIST CAN BE FOUND ON THE CITY OF FORT MYERS
WEBSITE. ALL ELECTRONIC AS-BUILTS, WHETHER PUBLICLY OR PRIVATELY MAINTAINED, SHALL BE IN FLORIDA STATEPLANE
WEST, NAD 83, SURVEY FEET COORDINATES AND SHALL HAVE ALL ANNOTATION IN MODEL SPACE. AT ANY POINT THAT THE
PRIVATE UTILITIES ARE TO BE TURNED OVER TO THE CITY TO BE PUBLICLY MAINTAINED, THE ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT FILE
MUST BE REVISED TO MEET ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UTILITIES WITHIN THE RIGHT-DF-WAY AND THE PRIVATE
PROPERTY.

B. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJETS ARE REQUIRED TO MEET ALL OF THE ADOPTED~AND~R~ FOR ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT
FILES MANUAL. 1 lJ1..e. oY (AE)

2. OWNERSHIP OF ROADWAY AND SIDEWALKS PUBLIC a!@AJHY (C)


OWNERSHIP OF UTIUTES ~ PRIVATELY (C)
OWNERSHIP OF STREET LIGHTS ~C ~ (C)
OWNERSHIP IF DRAINAGE PUBLIC ~ (C)

3. CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS R..a.c.\. & (GC)

4. ARCHITECT/ENGINEERS/SURVEYORS CERTIFICATION THAT PROJECT


IS AS-BUILT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLANS & SPEOFICATIONS: ~.Q.C. '-cO (AE)

5. SFWMD PERMIT**#
COMPLETION CERTIFICATION:
. CONSTRUCTION
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7. FDEP ~PERMIT**# LETTER FROM FDEP


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8. FROM HRS
APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE:
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9. FDOT/LCDOT HIGHWAY/DRIVEWAY PERMIT**: _ _ _ __ __ ~A (AE)

10. CITY VALVE SHEET FORMS DELIVERED TO ENGINEERING: ~~\~ (GC)

11. OTY ACCEPTANCE OF lV TAPES OF SEWER SYSTEM: ~\d) (C)

12. CONTRACTORS ONE YEAR WARRANTY- MATERIALS & LABOR: ~e.\J (GC)

13. CONTRACTORS FINAL RELEASE OF LEIN: ~_Le_ \J (GC)


14. SUBCONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS FINAL RELEASE OF LEIN: J~
- - - , - - - - , - - - - - - -(AE)

15. RECEIPT OF $5,000 ESCROW DEPOSIT FOR PUMP STATION TELEMETRY _


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16. PUMP STATION INFO: ADDRESS, PUMPS, CAPAGTIES, MOTORS, ETC. -~{2A_,.,._,.C,...._;\dl"""'-------(GC)
17. CURRENT WATER AND ELECTRIC ACCOUNT NUMBERS FOR PUMP STATION
SERVICES:

WATER: ADDRESS: _ __
ACCOUNT NUMBER:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ -----------~~
ELECTRIC: ADDRESS: ( J.oS'~ ~~A-k. ~ (2p_c. ~~
- - - - " - ' - = ' - - - - - - - -- -(GC)
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 50 I ;19j2;flq 9
18. INSPECTOR'S ACCEPTANCE OF PUNCH UST WORK: ~Q .. Nt> ~w-J.l,.:l ,of,t~b<
19. ACCEPTANCE OF PREUMJNARY PLAT (SUBDIVISIONS ONLY): J~
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20. ACCEPTANCE OF RECORDED EASEMENTS MaP's


_ _ _ ___:__ _ _ _ _ _ _,(AE)

21. RETURN OF CITY FIRE HYDRANT METER, IF APPUCABLE


(CHECK WITH UTILITIES DEPARTMENT): Adll
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22. **PERMANENT METER: SIZE:___ _


SIZE:_ __ SERIAL#: tjf<
SERIAL#=---~r.a.---------(C)
(C)

23. WALK THROUGH BY PUBLIC WORKS CENTER INSPECTOR. s~~c. - t.Jv ~~ '* 11" hs (C)
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24. SIGN OFF BY STORMWATER DIVISION tL/1> "0 1~/11 ~o-


ITEMS PREPARED BY ARCHITECT/ENGINEER INDICATED "(AE)", ITEMS PREPARED BY THE CONTRACTOR INDICATED "(GC)"
ITEMS PREPARED BY THE CITY INDICATED "(C)", ** ITEM NUMBERS 3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 ARE REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS FROM OTHER
GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES AND MUST BE SATISFIED BEFORE ACCEPTANCE BY THE CITY OF FORT MYERS. COPIES OF ALL PERMITS
SHALL BE ATTACHED

NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE IS TO BE COLLECTED BY THE PERMITTED CONTRACTOR AND/OR OWNER
AND FURNISHED TO THE CITY PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY (C.O.)

INSPECTOR: APPROVED j DISAPPROVED DATE: loj,,(, ~ SIGNATURE~


PLAN REVIEWER: APPROVED /
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DISAPPROVED DATE:2fl')f.:; SIGNATURE: Pit
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GIS: APPROVED 0 DISAPPROVED~ DATE: ftl ~ .. SIGNATURE:_..N:\:'-'D._.,___ _ __


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Cit>' of Palm_) PROJECT CLOSEOUT CHECKLIST
For the Acceptance of Public Improvements
For Project the City Will Own Utilities
By The City of Fort Myers Florida REVISED 10/16/2015 ':f> .. J9
PROJECT NAME/ADDRESS:~ Pr4- & cpf~UI...... ~habe 3Jf
SITEWORK PERMIT: ~,~. 2oo(c .. b0~70 DATE RECEIVED: 1l1/J (p
Plans Examiner: -"Ba \\ Poe..kl--
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1. ONE SET OF SIGNED AND SEALED AS-BUILT PRINTS IN 24" X 36" FORMAT AND 1 CD CONTAINING PDF OF ASBUILTS, CAD
FILE, GIS INFORMATION AND PDF'S OF THE BELOW DOCUMENTS. SUBMIT ORIGI~~\~DOOJMENTS WITH ASBUILTS.

A. AS-BUILTS THAT ARE FOR PRIVATELY MAINTANED UTILITIES MUST FOLLOW THE ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT CHECKUST FOR ANY
UTILITIES WITHIN THE CITY OF FORT MYERS RIGHT-OF-WAY, CHECKUST CAN BE FOUND ON THE CITY OF FORT MYERS
WEBSITE. ALL ELECTRONIC AS-BUILTS, WHETHER PUBUCLY OR PRIVATELY MAINTAINED, SHALL BE IN FLORIDA STATEPLANE
WEST, NAD 83, SURVEY FEET COORDINATES AND SHALL HAVE ALL ANNOTATION IN MODEL SPACE. AT ANY POINT THAT THE
PRIVATE UTILITIES ARE TO BE TURNED OVER TO THE CITY TO BE PUBUCLY MAINTAINED, THE ELECTRONI C AS-BUILT FILE
MUST BE REVISED TO MEET ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UTILITIES Wf)HN THE1\RIGHT-QF-WAY AND THE PRIVATE
PROPERTY. ~

B. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJETS ARE REQUIRED TO MEET ALL OF THE ADOPTED ST~ARD~ 1\0 R ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT
FILES MANUAL. J:.,.&,. c.'d. (AE)

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2. OWNERSHIP OF ROADWAY AND SIDEWALKS PUBUC (C)
OWNERSHIP OF UTIUTES ~ (C)

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OWNERSHIP OF STREET UGHTS PUBUC (C)
OWNERSHIP IF DRAINAGE PUBUC (C)

3. CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS ~e.\J (GC)

4. ARCHITECT/ENGINEERS/SURVEYORS CERTIFICATION THAT PROJECT


IS AS-BUILT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLANS & SPEOFICATIONS:
[O.e \ cJ (AE)

s. SFWMD PERMIT**#
COMPLETION CERTIFICATION:
. CONSTRUCTION
J J.Pr (AE)
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6. FEDP SEWER PERMIT**# -c lw' LETTTER FROM
FDEP APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: f3/?:>l{ts- <2- (AE)

7. FDEP ~ PERMIT**# LETTER FROM FDEP


APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: N/A (AE)
2.51~1.5~7 ~p
HRS WATER PERMIT**# 01
8. LETTER FRbM HRS
APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: q l u..t.ft '5" (AE)

9. FDOT/LCDOT HIGHWAY/DRIVEWAY PERMIT**:_ _ _ __ _ _ ~rt\ (AE)

10. CITY VALVE SHEET FORMS DEUVERED TO ENGINEERING: Qo_~\J (GC)

11. CITY ACCEPTANCE OF TV TAPES OF SEWER SYSTEM: \h.~ '-J (C)

12. CONTRACTORS ONE YEAR WARRANTY- MATERIALS & LABOR: R.cLe \/) (GC)

13. CONTRACTORS FINAL RELEASE OF LEIN: ~e'J (GC)


14. SUBCONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS FINAL RELEASE OF LEIN: ___JJ---,1,.-~
_____(AE)
15. RECEIPT OF $5,000 ESCROW DEPOSIT FOR PUMP STATION TELEMETRY ___tJ--,..1j 1 - -- - - ' -
' (C)
16. PUMP STATION INFO: ADDRESS, PUMPS, CAPACTTIES, MOTORS, ETC.
('){
_ _ _ _ _{\_ _ _ _ _ _.(GC)

17. CURRENT WATER AND ELECTRIC ACCOUr-IT NUMBERS FOR PUMP STATION
SERVICES:

WATER: ADDRESS:--- - - - -- - - -- - - -
ACCOUNT NUMBER:_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
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ELECTRIC: ADDRESS:_ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
ACCOUr-IT NUMBER: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
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18. INSPECTOR'S ACCEPTANCE OF PUNCH UST WORK:
JJ~2 ~ ('b~ tof,'t{1~ (f;~,.__
19. ACCEPTANCE OF PREUMINARY PLAT (SUBDIVISIONS ONLY): _ _____,fd'----'_'\.:..,______.(AE)
20. ACCEPTANCE OF RECORDED EASEMEr-ITS ----~--'-------(AE)
21. RETURN OF CITY FIRE HYDRANT METER, IF APPUCABLE
(CHECK Wffil UTILITIES DEPARTMENT):

22. **PERMANEr-IT METER: SIZE:_ _ _


SIZE: _ __

23. WALK THROUGH BY PUBUC WORKS CENTER INSPECTOR.

24. SIGN OFF BY STORMWATER DIVISION

ITEMS PREPARED BY ARCHITECT/ENGINEER INDICATED "(AE)", ITEMS PREPARED BY THE CONTRACTOR INDICATED "(GC)"
ITEMS PREPARED BY THE CITY INDICATED " (C)", **ITEM NUMBERS 3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 ARE REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS FROM OTHER
GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES AND MUST BE SATISFIED BEFORE ACCEPTANCE BY THE CITY OF FORT MYERS. COPIES OF ALL PERMITS
SHALL BE ATIACHED

NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE IS TO BE COLLECTED BY THE PERMmED CONTRACTOR AND/OR OWNER
AND FURNISHED TO THE CITY PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY (C.O.)

INSPECTOR: APPROVED I DISAPPROVED DATE: I D(,, II SIGNATURE:~


PLAN REVIEWER: APPROVED V DISAPPROVED DATE~ SIGNATURE:_1J....<...-..,;/__~,___ __
GIS: APPROVED ~DISAPPROVED ~ATE: ~ SIGNATURE:_Mc~~----
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Bridgetown ~t the Plantation

PROJECT: Ph~se 3-3 .. '1 \ l {S.IT2006-00370)


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Bridgetown at the Plantation- Phase 3-3 "'8 I/
Project Name: (Macquarie Way & Darcy Place)

Location: Plantation Gardens Drive and Kingsbridge Boulevard

Strap# Multiple STRAPS

Owner Name Centex Homes

Type of Utility Sewer X


Water
Reuse

DESCRIPTION AND COST OF MATERIAL, LABOR, AND SERVICES

Please list each element of the system . e.g. pipe, man holes. lift stations. meters. valves. fittings, etc.

ITEM SIZE QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL


PVC (SDR 26) 8" 1,774 LF $ 35.62 $ 63,189.88
Manhole 4' 8 EA $ 5,192.86 $ 41 ,542.88
Single Service 6" 57 EA $ 614.20 $ 35,009.40

GRAND TOTAL: $ 139,742.16


I DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE QUANTITY OF MATERIAL AND SERVICES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE A

TRUE AND ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF THE AS-INSTALLED COST OF THE SYSTEM BEING

CONTRIBUTED TO THE CITY OF FORT MYERS AND CORRESPONDS WITH THE RECORD DRAWINGS.

Certify: (Name and Title) _ _ _ /2...:.::


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Firm or Corporation : Haleakala Construction Inc

Address: 5758 Taylor Road, #104


Naples, Fl 34109
State of Florida
County of Collier

THE FOREGOING STATEMENT WAS SIGNED AND ACKNOWLEDGE BEFORE ME THIS DATE N::NeJtEr 11, Al~---

BY Jays::n Q::es:tnick WHO IS PERSONALLY~ ----------- AND WHO OOOi DID

NOT TAKE OATH.

~o__ ~ A~Qristire K, "'4rm


Notary Public Signature Printed Name of Notary Public Notary Commission Number
Certification of Contributory Assets
Bridgetown at the Plantation- Phase 3-3 '"5 "' 11
Project Name: (Macquarie Way & Darcy Place)

Location: Plantation Gardens Drive and Kingsbridge Boulevard

Strap# Multiple STRAPS

Owner Name Centex Homes

Type of Utility Sewer


Water x
Reuse

DESCRIPTION AND COST OF MATERIAL, LABOR, AND SERVICES

Please list each element of the system, e.g. pipe, man holes, lift stations, meters. valves. fittings, etc.

ITEM SIZE QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL


PVC (C900, DR18) 8" 1,939 LF $ 18.72 $ 36,298.08
D.I.P. (CL150) 8" 550 LF $ 29.26 $ 16,093.00
Hydrant Assembly w/6"
N/A 6 EA
Gate Valve $ 3,503.90 $ 21,023.40
Gate Valve 8" 5 EA $ 1,560.00 $ 7,800.00
Single Service 3/4" 57 EA $ 431.70 $ 24,606.90

GRAND TOTAL: ~ 1051821 .38


I DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE QUANTITY OF MATERIAL AND SERVICES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE

A TRUE AND ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF THE AS-INSTALLED COST OF THE SYSTEM BEING

CONTRIBUTED TO THE CITY OF FORT MYERS AND CORRESPONDS WITH THE RECORD DRAWINGS .

Certify: (Name and Title)_ _ _..;:,Cfr"'-'1~F-L-L-'{)d._.c::.,..


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Firm or Corporation : Haleakala Construction Inc

Address: 5758 Taylor Road, #104


Naples, FL 34109
State of Florida
County of Collier

THE FOREGOING STATEMENT WAS SIGNED AND ACKNOWLEDGE BEFORE ME THIS DATE N::Nartec lL a)l5 _ __
WHO IS PERSONALLY~ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ AND WHO IDO( DID

NOT TAKE OATH.

Printed Name of Notary Public Notary Commission Number


JOHNS

SINC E 194 6

ENGINEERING
January 7, 2016

Ms. Dawn Fellows


City of Fort Myers
2200 Second Street
Fort Myers, Fl. 33902

Bridgetown at the Plantation- Phase 3-3 (Parcel B-17)


SIT2006-00370
Initial Closeout Submittal

Dear Dawn:

Attached please find ( 1) copy of signed and sealed record drawings, one CD (containing the record
drawing CAD base file, GIS files, record drawing PDF files, Meta data file, and Udata file),
contributory assets, contractor' s warranty, contractor' s waiver of lien, a letter of substantial
compliance, FDOH and FDEP clearance letters, and a letter of substantial compliance for the above
referenced phase within Bridgetown at the Plantation. The attached FDEP and FDOH clearance
letters should be evidence that proper testing was done to both the potable and sanitary systems.
Please review these documents and let me know if any additional documents will be required to
close out this phase.

Thank you for your assistance and should you have any questions while reviewing the applications
for approval, please feel free to contact us.

Very truly yours,

JOHNSON ENGINEERING, INC.

Tyler M. Sharpe, E. I.

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cc: David Heinkel, Pulte Group
TMS/DLH
201 08334-020

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2 122 Johnson Street Post Office Box 1550. Fort Myers, Florid 33902- 1 ~0 -
(239) 334-0046 Fax (239) 334-3661
Flori
Twin

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO PLACE A DOMESTIC WASTEWATER


COLLECTIONffRANSMISSION SYSTEM INTO OPERATION
PART I INSTRUCTIONS

(I) This fonn shall be ccimpleted and submitted to the appropriate DEP district office or delegated local program for all
collection/transmission system projects required to obtain a construction permit in accordance with Chapter 62-604, F.A.C.

(2) Newly constructed or modified collection/transmission facilities shall not be placed into service until the Department has cleared the
project for use.

(3) All information shall be typed or printed in ink, and all blanks must be filled.

PART II - PROJECT DOCUMENTATION


(I) Collectionffransmission System Permittee
Name Mike Hueniken Title Land Development Manager
Company Nwne ~C~en_t~ex~H~o_m~e~s--------------------------------------------------------------
Address 24311 Walden Center Dr., Ste. 300
City Bonita Springs State FL Zip 34134
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Telephone 239-495-4500 Fax 239-774-1227 Email Mike.Hueniken@pultegroup.com

(2) General Project Information


Project Name Bridgeto wn at the Plantation Phase 3 Parcel (B-17 & B-20)
Construction Permit No. 47312-514-DWC/CM Dated 02-27-15
Is the entire project included under the collection/transmission system permit substantially comp-I-et-e?-
. ....,[81_.-Y-e_s..,O---N-o_______
(lf approval is being requested to place a portion of the project into operation, attach a copy of the site plan or sketch that was
submitted with the application showing the portion of the project which is substantially complete and for which approval is
being requested.)
Description of Portion of Project for Which Approval is Being Requested (including pipe length, total number of
manholes and total number of pump stations)

Expected Date of Connection to Existing System or Treatment Plant September 201 5

(3) Treatment Plant Serving Collectionrrransmission System


Name of Treatment Plant Serving Project South AWWTP
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County ~L~ee~---------------------------- City .~
Fo
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rs_______________________________
DEP permit number FL 0021270 Expiration Date 05- I9-2016

For Department Use Only

Date
By
Be It r ' by - Digitally signed
Beltran_M
Date:

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DEl' fonn 6HO<I.300(1)(l>) Page 1 of3
Etroellw No11<0Tober 6, 2003

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Stnl, c>:M~a:. &c:cMm\1~ ellcrts. .John H. A.rrMtran8t MD, FACS
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VIsion: lobe 1t1e ttuWest Slate In the Nation


Slate Surgeon General &Secretary

September l()th, 2015

Dana L. Hume, P.E.


Johnson Engineering
P.O. Box.1550
Fort Myers, Ft 33902-1550

Reference: Bridgetown at the Plantation- Phase 3 (B--17 & B-20)


Permit No.: 0125191-539 DSGP
City of Fort Myers Utilities
Bacteriological Test August 31 & September l, 2015
Pressure Test July 28, 2015
Complete Qearance

Dear Mr. liume:

This will serve to acknowledge receipt of certification that the referenced water project has been
completed in accm:dance with the plans and related materials approved by this department under the
permit number and date shown.

Based on ;!his certification and satisfactory bacteriological test results, we are clearing th.e waterl.il'\e for
service.

Sincerely,

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Jerry W. Ma, P.E.
Environmental Engineering Division
Florida Department of Health Lee County

cc: Saee-d Ka7..emi, P.E., CFM.


Michael Hueniken, CH

Floract. DepMtment Gf Health L" County :gw.l!tcbdm


Environmental Engineering TWITTER:Heatthyfl.A
60 Danley Drive, U~it 1, Fort Myers, Fl 3$907 FACBOOK:Fl.DepartrntJ~IIII
YOUT\JBE : ~
PHONE: 239127~2200 Ff>:X: 2391274-2201
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN
UPON FINAL PAYMENT

The undersigned lienor, in consideration of the final payment in the amount ofTwo Hundred Forty-five
Thousand, Five Hundred Sixty-three Dollars and Fifty-four Cents ($245,563.54) hereby waivers and
releases its lien and right to claim a lien for labor, services, or materials furni shed to the C ity ofF ort Myers
on the job of Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-3 to the following described property:

Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-3 Potable and Sanitary Systems


(N ame of Development/Project) (Facilities Constructed)

Plantation Garden Dr. and Kingsbridge Blvd Multiple Straps, 13-45S-25E


(Location) (Strap# or Section, Township & Range)

Dated on:

B Haleakala Construction, Inc.


(Name of Finn or Corporation)

Jays:n Q:esdnick 5758 Taylor Rd. # 104


(Print Name of Authorized Representative) (Address of Finn or Corporation )

Title ViCE PresidEnt Naples. FL 341 09


(City, State, Zip of Firm or Corporation )
Phone#: ~l~

STATE OF Flocich

COUNTY OF Cblliec

The foregoing instr~;~ment was signed and acknowledged before me this lith day of N::N, 2012._ by
Jays::n cxesctni.ck who is personally known to me- and wlro ctict-
~~take M-eal.h .
WARRANTY

THE UNDERSIGNED parties do herby warrant and/or guaranty all work


executed by the contractor Haleakala Construction Inc. on the water and sewer utilities
for the following project Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-3 to be free from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of one ( 1) year from the date of acceptance by
City of Fort Myers City Council. The undersigned parties further agree that they will, at
their own expense, repair and replace all such defective work and all other work damaged
by said defective work under this Warranty-Guaranty.

It is furthermore understood that the consideration for the giving of this warrant
and/or guaranty is the requirement of the site work closeout package under which the
contract was let that such warranty and/or guaranty would be given.

Haleakala Construction Inc.


(Contractor/Company Name)

Jayson Oreschnick, Vice President


(Authorized Representative, Title)

BY: (},nCd'
(Signature

STATE ofFlorida)

COUTNY OF Collier)

The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 61h day of
November, 2015 by Jayson Oreschnick who is personally known to me- and who did not
take an oath.

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Notary Pubhc Signature

Christina K. Shipman
Printed Name ofNotary Public
LETTER OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLIANCE

Bridgetown . at the. Plantation


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Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-4 ~ ~ ~
Project Name: (Bowes Circle & Forbes Street)

Location: Plantation Gardens Drive and Kingsbridge Boulevard

Strap# Multiple STRAPS

Owner Name Centex Homes

Type of Utility Sewer X

Water
Reuse

DESCRIPTION AND COST OF MATERIAL, LABOR. AND SERVICES


Please list each element of the system. e.g. pipe. man holes. lift stations, meters. valves, fittings. etc.

ITEM SIZE QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL


PVC (SDR 26) 8" 1,538 LF $ 31 .68 $ 48,723.84
Manhole 4' 8 EA $ 5,046.42 $ 40 ,371 .36
Single Service 6" 37 EA $ 614.20 $ 22,725.40

GRAND TOTAL: ~ 1111820.60


I DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE QUANTITY OF MATERIAL AND SERVICES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE A

TRUE AND ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF THE AS-INSTALLED COST OF THE SYSTEM BEING

CONTRIBUTED TO THE CITY OF FORT MYERS AND CORRESPONDS WITH THE RECORD DRAWINGS .

.~Fv::
Certify: (Name and Title) _ ____;~~..;;..::ol~<--.:......:~~~..;;....;;;.
_ _ _ _ _ _,_v_ice
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Pres

Firm or Corporation : Haleakala Construction Inc

Address: 5758 Taylor Road, #104


Naples, FL 34109
State of Florida
County of Collier

THE FOREGOING STATEMENT WAS SIGNED AND ACKNOWLEDGE BEFORE ME THIS DATE N::7vartec 11, 20l,5 _ __

BY Jayson Ol:"es::ini.ck WHO IS PERSONALLY ~ ---------- AND WHO ~ DID

NOT TAKE OATH.

Cfyu4Lq(i K~ Olristina K. Ehipten FF044:07

Notary Public Signature Printed Name of Notary Public Notary Commission Number
Certification of Contributory Assets
Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-4 ~- :2.0
Project Name: (Bowes Circle & Forbes Street)

Location: Plantation Gardens Drive and Kingsbridge Boulevard

Strap# Multiple STRAPS

Owner Name Centex Homes

Type of Utility Sewer


Water x
Reuse

DESCRIPTION AND COST OF MATERIAL, LABOR, AND SERVICES

Please list each element of the system. e.g. pipe. man holes. lift stations. meters, valves. fittings. etc.

ITEM SIZE QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL


PVC (C900, DR18) 8" 1,639 LF $ 18.09 $ 29,649.51
D.I.P. (CL150) 8" 268 LF $ 28.63 $ 7,672.84
Hydrant Assembly w/6"
N/A 5 EA
Gate Valve $ 3,503.90 $ 17,519.50
Gate Valve 8" 3 EA $ 1,560.00 $ 4,680.00
Single Service 3/4" 37 EA $ 431 .70 $ 15,972.90

GRAND TOTAL: i 751494.75


I DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE QUANTITY OF MATERIAL AND SERVICES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE

A TRUE AND ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF THE AS-INSTALLED COST OF THE SYSTEM BEING

CONTRIBUTED TO THE CITY OF FORT MYERS AND CORRESPONDS WITH THE RECORD DRAWINGS.

Certify: (Name and Title) _ _ _,CA""-'1""'1'FIJII~..._.()d_.c:::,....,==----'-V_iCE__


Pres
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Firm or Corporation: Haleakala Construction Inc

Address: 5758 Taylor Road, #104


Naples, FL 34109
State of Florida
County of Collier

THE FOREGOING STATEMENT WAS SIGNED AND ACKNOWLEDGE BEFORE ME THIS DATE

BY Jays::n Q:-e:dnick WHO IS PERSONALLY ~----------- AND WHO~ DID

NOT TAKE OATH.

ClyUi06,_ J; ,.Jh ~(j).__ Ckistina K. S1ipmn f'F04<W7

Notary Public Signature Printed Name of Notary Public Notary Commission Number
JOHNS

SINCE 1946

ENGINEERING
January 7, 2016

Ms. Dawn Fellows


City of Fort Myers
2200 Second Street
Fort Myers, Fl. 33902

Bridgetown at the Plantation -Phase 3-4 (Parcel B-20)


SIT2006-00370
Initial Closeout Submittal

Dear Dawn:

Attached please find (1) copy of signed and sealed record drawings, one CD (containing the record
drawing CAD base file, GIS files, record drawing PDF files, Meta data file, and Udata file),
contributory assets, contractor's warranty, contractor's waiver of lien, a letter of substantial
compliance, FDOH and FDEP clearance letters, and a letter of substantial compliance for the above
referenced phase within Bridgetown at the Plantation. The attached FDEP and FDOH clearance
letters should be evidence that proper testing was done to both the potable and sanitary systems.
Please review these documents and let me know if any additional documents will be required to
close out this phase.

Thank you for your assistance and should you have any questions while reviewing the applications
for approval, please feel free to contact us.

Very truly yours,

JOHNSON ENGINEERING, INC.

Tyler M. Sharpe, E.l.

Attachments
cc: David Heinkel, Pulte Group
TMS/DLH
20 I08334-020

2122 Johnson Street. Post Office Box 1550. Fort Myers, Florida 33902-1550
(239) 334-0046 Fax (239) 334-3661
RECEIVED August 28, 201s
Flori South District DEP ction
Twin '-----------------~~~~~~~~~~~~~~2400

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO PLACE A DOMESTIC WASTEWATER


COLLECTIONffRANSMISSION SYSTEM INTO OPERATION
PART I- INSTRUCTIONS

(I) This form shall be ccimpleted and submitted to the appropriate DEP district office or delegated local program for all
collection/transmission system projects required to obtain a construction permit in accordance with Chapter 62-604, F.A.C.

(2) Newly constructed or modified collection/transmission facilities shall not be placed into service until the Department has cleared the
project for use.

(3) All information shall be typed or printed in ink, and all blanks must be filled.

PART II - PROJECT DOCUMENTATION


(I) Collectionfrransmission System Permittee
Name Mike Hueniken Title Land Development Manager
CompanyName ~C~e_ nt~e~x~H~o_n~
1e~s--------------------------------------------------------------
Address 24311 Walden Center Dr., Ste. 300
City Bonita Springs State FL Zip 34134
~~------------ ~~--------
Telephone 239-495-4500 Fax 239-774-1227 Email Mike.Hueniken@pultegroup.com

(2) General Project Information


Project Name Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3 Parcel (B-17 & B-20)
Construction Permit No. 47312-5 I 4-DWC/CM Dated 02-27- 15
Is the entire project included under the collection/transmission system permit substantially comp-l-et-e?-.~~--Y-e-s-,0---N-o_______
(lf approval is being requested to place a portion of the project into operation, attach a copy of the site plan or sketch that was
submitted with the application showing the portion of the project which is substantially complete and for which approval is
being requested.)
Description of Portion of Project for Which Approval is Being Requested (including pipe length, total number of
manholes and total number of pump stations)

Expected Date of Connection to Existing System or Treatment Plant September 20 15

(3) Treatment Plant Serving Collectionffransmission System


Name of Treatment Plant Serving Project South AWWTP
County Lee City Fort Myers
DEP permit number
---------------------------------
FL 0021270 Expiration Date 05-19-2016

For Department Use Only

DEP Form 62604.300(1)(b) Page 1 of3


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September l()th, 2015

Dana L. Hume, P.E.


Johnson Engineering
P.O. 'Bec 1550
Fort Myers, Ft 33902-1550

Reference: Bridgetown at the Plantation- Phase 3 (B-17 & B-20)


Pennit No.: 0125191-539 DSGP
City of Fort Myers Utilities
Bacteriological Test: August 31 &t September 1, 2015
Pressut Test July 28, 2015
Complete Oearance

Dear Mr. Hume:

This will serve to acknowledge receipt of certification that the referenced water project has been
completed in acCOl:dance with the plans and related materials approved by this department under the
permit number and date shown.

Based on flUs certification and satisfactory bacteriological test results, we are dearing the waterline for
St!I'Vice.

Sincerely,

~v. ~
Jerry W. Ma, P.E.
Envirarunental Engineering Division
Florida Department o Health Lee County

cc: Sae~ Ka~emi, P.E., CFM


Michael Hueniken. CH

Florida Department of Health L" Coun~


Environmental Engineering
60 Danley Drive, U~it 1, Fon Myers, Fl 3390i
PHONE: 239/274-2200 FAX: 2391274-2201
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN
UPON FINAL PAYMENT

The undersigned lienor, in consideration of the final payment in the amount of One Hundred Eighty-seven
Thousand, Three Hundred Fifteen Dollars and Thirty-five Cents ($187,3 15.35) hereby waivers and releases
its lien and right to claim a lien for labor, services, or materials furnished to the City of Fort Myers on the
job of Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-4 to the following described property:

Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-4 Potable and Sanitary Systems


(Name of Development/Project) (Facilities Constructed)

Plantation Garden Dr. & Kingsbridge Blvd Multiple Straps. 12-45S-25E


(Location) (Strap# or Section, Township & Range)

I-laleakala Construction. Inc.


(Name of Finn or Corporation)

Jays:n CX:e:rlni.ck 5758 Taylor Rd, # 104


(Print Name of Authorized Representati ve) (Address of Finn or Corporation)

Title ViCE Presid:nt Naples, FL 341 09


(City, State, Zip of Firm or Corporati on)

STATE OF Flocica

COUNTY OF Cblliec

The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this lith day of N:N , 2~ by
Jays;::n Cresdnick who is personally known to me-_ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ <ti'IE! nhe aiel
~et tal1i 811 oa!tr.
WARRANTY

THE UNDERSIGNED parties do herby warrant and/or guaranty all work


executed by the contractor Haleakala Construction Inc. on the water and sewer utilities
for the following project Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-4 to be free from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of acceptance by
City of Fort Myers City Council. The undersigned parties further agree that they will, at
their own expense, repair and replace all such defective work and all other work damaged
by said defective work under this Warranty-Guaranty.

It is furthermore understood that the consideration for the giving of this warrant
and/or guaranty is the requirement of the site work closeout package under which the
contract was let that such warranty and/or guaranty would be given.

Haleakala Construction Inc.


(Contractor/Company Name)

Jayson Oreschnick, Vice President


(Authorized Representative, Title)

BY:
(Signatur )
bJrDd
STATE of Florida)

COUTNY OF Collier)

The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 61h day of
November, 2015 by Jayson Oreschnick who is personally kno~~tl\11iffid;,W.ho did not take
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Printed Name ofNotary Public
LETTER OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLIANCE

Bridgetown ~t the Plantation


PROJECT: Ph~se 3 :... 9 q 1 {S~T2006-00370)
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This Letter of Substantial Compliance to the City of Fort Myers City Council certifies that
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Certification of Contributory Assets
Bridgetown at the Plantation Phase 3-9
Project Name: (Bathgate Ave)

Location: Plantation Gardens Drive and Kingsbridge Boulevard


Strap# Multiple STRAPS

Owner Name Centex Homes

Type of Utility Sewer x


Water
Reuse

DESCRIPTION AND COST OF MATERIAL, LABOR, AND SERVICES


Please list each element of the system . e.g . pipe, man holes. lift stations, meters. valves. fittings. etc.

ITEM SIZE QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL


PVC (SDR 26) 8" 987 LF $ 43.61 $ 43,043.07
PVC (SDR 26) 10" 54 LF $ 55.64 $ 3,004.56
Manhole 4' 5 EA $ 5,021 .80 $ 25,109.00
Master Manhole 4' 1 EA $ 7,979.36 $ 7,979.36
PVC (DR14) Force Main 4" 864 LF $ 16.00 $ 13,824.00
Lift Station 1 EA $ 148,039.00 $ 148,039.00
$ -
$ -
GRAND TOTAL: i 2401998.99
I DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE QUANTITY OF MATERIAL AND SERVICES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE

A TRUE AND ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF THE AS-INSTALL ED COST OF THE SYSTEM BEING

CONTRIBUTED TO THE CITY OF FORT MYERS AND CORRESPONDS WITH THE RECORD DRAWINGS .

Certify J yson Oreschnick, VP

Firm or Corporation: Haleakala Construction Inc

Address: 5758 Taylor Road


Naples, FL 34109
State of Florida
County of Collier

THE FOREGOING STATEMENT WAS SIGNED AND ACKNOWLEDGED BEFORE ME THIS 2ND DAY OF DECEMBER, 2015

BY JAYSON ORESCHNICK WHO IS PERSONALLY KNOWN AND WHO DID NOT TAKE AN OATH.

LINDA MAHON FF170638

Notary Public Signature Printed Name of Notary Public Notary Commission Number
Certification of Contributory Assets
Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-9
Project Name: (Bathgate Ave) --:s.-1'1

Location: Plantation Gardens Drive and Kingsbridge Boulevard


Strap# Multiple STRAPS

Owner Name Centex Homes

Type of Utility Sewer


Water x
Reuse

DESCRIPTION AND COST OF MATERIAL, LABOR, AND SERVICES


Please list each element of the system . e.g. pipe. man holes. lift stations. meters. valves. fittings. etc.

ITEM SIZE QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL


PVC (C900, DR18) 8" 1,718 LF $ 19.73 $ 33,896.14
D.I.P. (Cl150) 8" 247 LF $ 33.72 $ 8,328.84
Hydrant Assembly w/6"
N/A 2 EA
Gate Valve $ 3,558.66 $ 7,117.32
Gate Valve 8" 10 EA $ 1,557.90 $ 15,579 .00
Single Service 3/4" 1 EA $ 462.70 $ 462 .70

GRAND TOTAL: ~ 652384.00


I DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE QUANTITY OF MATERIAL AND SERVICES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE A

TRUE AND ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF THE AS-INSTALLED COST OF THE SYSTEM BEING

CONTRIBUTED TO THE CITY OF FORT MYERS AND CORRESPONDS WITH THE RECORD DRAW INGS.

Firm or Corporation: Haleakala Construction Inc

Address: 5758 Taylor Road


Naples, FL 34109
State of Florida
County of Collier

THE FOREGOING STATEMENT WAS SIGNED AND ACKNOWLEDGED BEFORE ME THIS 2ND DAY OF DECE MBER, 2015

BY JAYSO N ORESCHNICK W HO IS PERSONALLY KNOW N AND WHO D ID NOT TAKE AN OATH.

Linda Mahon FF 170638

Notary Public Signature Printed Name of Notary Public Notary Commission Number

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EXPIRES: February 21, 2019
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JOHNS

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ENGINEERING
January 7, 2016

Ms. Dawn Fellows


City of Fort Myers
2200 Second Street
Fort Myers, Fl.. 33902

Bridgetown at the Plantation- Phase 3-9 (Bathgate Ave)


SIT2006-00370
Initial Closeout Submittal

Dear Dawn:

Attached please find (I) copy of signed and sealed record drawings, one CD (containing the record
drawing CAD base file, GIS files, record drawing PDF files, Meta data file, and Udata file),
contributory assets, contractor's warranty, contractor' s waiver of lien, a letter of substantial
compliance, FDOH and FDEP clearance letters, and a letter of substantial compliance for the above
referenced phase within Bridgetown at the Plantation. The attached FDEP and FDOH clearance
letters should be evidence that proper testing was done to both the potable and sanitary systems.
Please review these documents and let me know if any additional documents will be required to
close out this phase.

Thank you for your assistance and should you have any questions while reviewing the applications
for approval, please feel free to contact us.

Very truly yours,

JOHNSON ENGINEERING, INC.

Tyler M. Sharpe, E.l.

Attachments
cc: David Heinkel, Pulte Group
TMS/DLH
20108334-020

2122 Johnson Street. Post Office Box 1550 Fort Myers, Florida 33902- 1550
(239) 334-0046 Fax (239) 334-3661
RECEIVED August 28,2015 A~
South District DEP -.
Florida rotection

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO PLACE A DOMESTIC WASTEWATER


COLLECTIONffRANSMISSION SYSTEM INTO OPERATION
PART I -INSTRUCTIONS

( 1) This form shall be completed and submitted to the appropriate DEP district office or delegated local program for all
collection/transmission system projects required to obtain a construction pennit in accordance with Chapter 62-604, F.A.C.

(2) Newly constructed or modified collection/transmission facilities shall not be placed into service until the Department has cleared the
project for use.

(3) All information shall be typed or printed in ink, and all blanks must be filled.

PART II - PROJECT DOCUMENTATION


(I) Collection/Transmission System Permittee
Name Mike Huenikcn Title Land Development Manager
Company Name Centex Homes
Address ----------------------------------------------------------------------
24311 Walden Center Dr., Ste. 300
City Bonita Springs State FL Zip 34134
~-=-----
Telephone 239-495-4500 Fax 239-774-1227 Email Mike.Hueniken@pultegroup.com

(2) General Project Information


Project Name Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3 Bathgate Avenue (remaining portion)
Construction Permit No. 47312-510-DWC/CG Dated 12-03-14
Is the entire project included under the collection/transmission system permit substantially comp-let-e?--.[8)--Y-es_O_N_o_ _ __
(If approval is being requested to place a portion ofthe project into operation, attach a copy of the site plan or sketch that was
submitted with the application showing the portion of the project which is substantially complete and for which approval is
being requested.)
Description of Portion of Project for Which Approval is Being Requested (including pipe length, total number of
manholes and total numberofpump stations)

Expected Date of Connection to Existing System or Treatment Plant September 2015

(3) Treatment Plant Serving Collection/Transmission System


Name of Treatment Plant Serving Project South AWWTP
County --------------------------------------------------
Lee
DEP permit number
-------------------------------- City
FL 0021270
Fort Myers
Expiration Date 05- 19-2016
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~. COlli~ &commuoi\Y effort;. .John H. Arrnstrone1 U, FACS
Stare Surgeon oanerer & Secteta~y

September l()th, 2015

Dana l. Hu.me, P.E.


Johnson Engineering
P.O. Bo:x 1550
Fort My:!FS, FL 33902a1550

Reference: Bridgetown at the Plantation- Phase 3 Bathgate Avenue (remaining portion)


Pennit No.= 0125191-537 OSGP
Oty of Fort Myers Utilities
Bacteriological Test: August 4 & 5, 2015
Pressure Test May 13, 2015
Complete Oea.rance

Dear Mr. Hume:

This will serve to acknowledge receipt of certification that the referenced water project has been
completed in accordance with the plans and related materials approved by this department under the
permit nu.mber and date shown.

Based on this cerlification and satisfactory bacteriological test results, we are clearing the waterline for
service.

Sincerely,

(~J.~
Je.ny W. Ma, P.E.
Environmental Engineering Division
Florida Department of Health Lee County

cc: Saeed I<azemi, P.E., CFM


Michael Hueniken, Ql

Florida De..-nment of ......h .... County


Environmental E09.ineering
60 Danley Orlve. Unit 1, Fort Myers. FL 33907
PHONE: 2391274-r.!OO FAX: 23912742201
WARRANTY

THE UNDERSIGNED parties do herby warrant and/or guaranty all work


executed by the contractor Haleakala Construction Inc. on the water and sewer utilities
for the following project Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-9 to be free from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of acceptance by
City of Fort Myers City Council. The undersigned parties further agree that they will, at
their own expense, repair and replace all such defective work and all other work damaged
by said defective work under this Warranty-Guaranty.

It is furthermore understood that the consideration for the giving of this warrant
and/or guaranty is the requirement of the site work closeout package under which the
contract was let that such warranty and/or guaranty would be given.

Haleakala Construction Inc.


(Contractor/Company Name)

Jayson Oreschnick. Vice President


(Authorized Representative, Title)

BY 9-
(Signatll:~iWII(l
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STATE OF FLORIDA)

COUTNY OF COLLIER)

The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 2nd day of
December, 2015 by Jayson Oreschnick who is personally known to me and who did not
take an oath.

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Notary Public Signature
UNDAMAHON
MY COMMISSION t FF 170638
EXPIRES: February 21 , 2019
Bonded Thru Notry Public Underwrilers

Linda Mahon (Notary Seal & Commission Number)


Printed Name of Notary Public
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN
UPON FINAL PAYMENT

The undersigned lienor, in consideration of the final payment in the amount of Three Hundred Six Dollars
Three Hundred Eighty Two Do llars and Ninety Nine Cents ($306,382.99) hereby waivers and releases its
lien and right to claim a lien for labor, services, or materials furnished to the Cit y of Fort Myers on the job
of Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-9 to the following described property:

Bridgetown at the Plantation - Phase 3-9 Potable and Sanitary Systems


(Name of Development/Project) (Facilities Constructed)

Plantation Garden Dr. & Kingsbridge Blvd Multiple Straps. 12-45S-25E


(Location) (Strap# or Section, Township & Range)

Dated o n: December 2 .20 15

B Haleakala Construction. Inc.


(Name of Firm or Corporation)

Jayson Oreschnick - -=-----------,---- 5758 Taylor Rd. # 104


(Print Name of Authorized Representati ve) (Address of Firm o r Corporation)

Title Vice President Naples. FL 34109


(City. State. Zip of Firm or Corporation)
Phone#: (239 )598- 1968 Ext

STATE OF FLORlDA)

COUNTY OF COLLIER)

The foregoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 2nd day of December, 20 15 by
Jayson Oresclmick who is per onally known to me and who did not take an oath.
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AGENDA 11
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 11


WARD: Revised: (Date & Time)
[ZI Regular 0 Special 0 Workshop --
Qu~si-Judicial 0 Yes [ZI No
0Proclamations [gjConsent DPublic Deity Council DPermission DCity D eity
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve acceptance and MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
maintenance of potable water and sanitary Approve
sewer utilities for Arborwood Preserve Phase 1
Subdivision at 12005 Commerce Lakes Drive,
from WCI Communities, LLC.

FUNDING SOURCE: N/A

FISCAL IMPACT: Contributory Assets: Sewer $1,703,869.44 and Water: $955,483.51

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Transfers ownership of potable water and sanitary sewer
assets, locate d at 12005 Commerce Lakes Drive from WCI Communities, LLC.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Arborwood Preserve Phase 1 Subdivision, 12005 Commerce


Lakes Drive, was subdivided into multiple phases by WCI Communities, LLC, the developer.

The water main and sewer main are in the private right-of-way and located in the public utility
easement as recorded under the plat for Arborwood Preserve Phase 1. The City will mainta in
the water and sanitary sewer utilities

The Public Works Department received and reviewed all close out documents, including a
1 year warranty, for final acceptance and m aintenance of water and sanitary sewer utilities.

Assets become City assets when given to the City by the developer a nd must be reflected in the
Water /Wastewater Utility asset records. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, which the
auditors use to provide the audit opinion, r equire that assets that are donated (contributed) be
valued in the financial records at fair market value. The developers provide the cost of the
assets that are recorded as a capital contribution since the City did not pay for the assets. The
total contributory assets for Phase 1 are sewer $1,703,869.44 and water $955,483.51.

Continued to Next Page 0 Yes [ZI No


Person Initiating Request: Richard Moulton , MBA Department: Public Works
Nicole Monahan, P.E ., William Porter Division: Engineering

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
)

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Cil)'o(l'otm_, PROJECT CLOSEOUT CHECKLIST
For the Acceptance of Public Improvements
For Project the City Will Own Utilities
By The City of Fort Myers Florida REVISED 10/16/2015

PROJECT NAME/ ADDRESS:~A...!~::::::!:!~~~,:oec~~)~BJ~~~==-..J\L_ _________


SITEWORK PERMIT: ~,-\: ;) Dl '5 .. DOD S t DATE RECEIVED:
"
Plans Examiner:"t)\ l\ R~ Inspector: S}o~ ffi~ ~~~ J)

1. ONE SET OF SIGNED AND SEALED AS-BUILT PRINTS IN 24" X 36" FORMAT AND 1 CD CONTAINING PDF OF ASBUILTS, CAD
FILE, GIS INFORMATION AND PDF'S OF THE BELOW DOCUMENTS. SUBMIT ORIG~::~HE DOCUMENTS WITH ASBUILTS.

A. AS-BUILTS THAT ARE FOR PRNATELY MAINTANED UTiliTIES MUST FOLLOW THE ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT CHECKUST FOR ANY
" UTIUTIES WITHIN THE CITY OF FORT MYERS RIGHT-OF-WAY, CHECKUST CAN BE FOUND ON THE CITY OF FORT MYERS
WEBSITE. ALL ELECTRONIC AS-BUILTS, WHETHER PUBUCLY OR PRIVATELY MAINTAINED, SHALL BE IN FLORIDA STATEPLANE
WEST, NAD 83, SURVEY FEET COORDINATES AND SHALL HAVE ALL ANNOTATION IN MODEL SPACE. AT ANY POINT THAT THE

~ PRIVATE UTiliTIES ARE TO BE TURNED OVER TO THE CITY TO BE PUBUCLY MAINTAINED, THE ELECTRONIC AS-BUILT FILE
MUST BE REVISED TO MEET ALL OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UTIUTIES WITHIN THE RIGHT-QF-WAY AND THE PRIVATE
PROPERTY.

B. CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJETS ARE REQUIRED TO MEET ALL OF THE ADOPTED STANDARDS FOR f;J.fC(RONIC AS-BUILT
FILES MANUAL Qc..e.' ~J. ~ (AE)

2. OWNERSHIP OF ROADWAY AND SIDEWALKS QRlvATE!)? (C)


OWNERSHIP OF UTIUTES (1'IJI:lOD PRIVATELY (C)
OWNERSHIP OF STREET U GHTS PU'EiiJC ~~ti? (C)
OWNERSHIP IF DRAINAGE PUBUC (C)

3. CERTIFICATION OF CONTRIBUTORY ASSETS ---'-(L._


=-a.::...'. .cJ
c:'--_ _ _ _ _ _,(GC)
4. ARCHITECT/ENGI NEERS/SURVEYORS CERTIFICATION THAT PROJECT
IS AS-BUILT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLANS & SPEOFICATIONS:

s. SFWMD PERMIT**#${. ""01..\caS -...:,.-. ~ 0.'coNSTRUmON


COMPLETION CERTIFICATION:

~~ z. ..s ~~~FROM
---=8~fL.::.B-f-/.:...:::14L..___ _ _R
6. FEDP SEWER PERMIT**#'-\1 z..l ..
FDEP APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: _ (AE)
,

7. FDEP ~PERMIT**# LETTER FROM FDEP


APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: _ _ _ _ _N/A._ _ __ _ _(AE)
.-u:l s~ ... ~P 0
8. HRS WA!m PERMIT **fll> l z~ n \ .... LETTER FROM HRS
APPROVING THE SYSTEM FOR PLACEMENT INTO SERVICE: .....:.::r.:--="'"""=a=-~z_o_&to=--_ __ _ _(AE)

9. FDOT/LCDOT HIGHWAY/DRIVEWAY PERMIT** :,_ _ _ _ _ __ _ __;_


M-/_L_
..t-_ __ _ _ _,(AE)

10. CITY VALVE SHEET FORMS DEUVERED TO ENGINEERING: ~


:::___
?,c)
--=(Z=..J.-C.::.=......:' _ ___

11. OTY ACCEPTANCE OF TV TAPES OF SEWER SYSTEM: \L..c...'}..


-=----=:;.. ~ e u~
C'_ __ __ _n ~C)

12. CONTRACTORS ONE YEAR WARRANTY- MATERIALS & LABOR: ~c.'c9 o(GC)

13. CONTRACTORS FINAL RELEASE OF LEIN: \U..c:-\ c!> r;()(GC)


14. SUBCONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS FINAL RELEASE OF LEIN: _ --,---t4.fk
:_______(AE)
lli. RECEIPT OF $5,000 ESCROW DEPOSIT FOR PUMP STATION TELEMETRY .,b""'--""''_
J _ _ _ _ _ _(C)
16. PUMP STATION INFO: ADDRESS, PUMPS, CAPACITIES, MOTORS, ETC. ..
~~ ~ R~) EJUc).
17. CURRENT WATER AND ELECTRIC ACCOUNT NUMBERS FOR PUMP STATION
SERVICES:

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ .(GC)
WATER: ADDRESS: - -- - - - - - - - -- - -
ACCOUNT NUMBER:_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

ELECTRIC: ADDRESS:._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _(,GC)


ACCOUNT NUMBER:_ _ __ _ __ __ _ __

18. INSPECTOR'S ACCEPTANCE OF PUNCH UST WORK: ~JvtV ;c/J, J&(GC)


19. ACCEPTANCE OF PREUMINARY PLAT (SUBDIVISIONS ONLY): i2a.c\d) ~~ Q (AE)

20. ACCEPTANCE OF RECORDED EASEMENTS i...c,_'c) ~~ 0 (AE)

21. RETURN OF CITY FIRE HYDRANT METER, IF APPUCABLE f'l:lIt


(CHECK WITH UTILITIES DEPARTMENT) : -----'-~-------(C)
22. * * PERMANENT METER: SIZE: SERIAL#:_ _ _ -FAI+/_,J_,~<t-------(C)
sizE: sERIAL#: 1v r cc>
23. WALK THROUGH BY PUBUC WORKS CENTER INSPECTOR. ~ / O_t.,f;(, (C)

24. SIGN OFF BY STORMWATER DIVISION W~ \\ \Jol A\ k_ e ~ (C)

ITEMS PREPARED BY ARCHITECT/ENGINEER INDICATED " (AE)", ITEMS PREPARED BY THE CONTRACTOR INDICATED "(GC)"
ITEMS PREPARED BY THE CITY INDICATED " (C)", ** ITEM NUMBERS 3,4, 5,6,7,8 and 9 ARE REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS FROM OTHER
GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES AND MUST BE SATISFIED BEFORE ACCEPTANCE BY THE CITY OF FORT MYERS. COPIES OF ALL PERMITS
SHALL BE ATIACHED

NOTE: ALL THE ABOVE IS TO BE COLLECTED BY THE PERMffiED CONTRACTOR AND/OR OWNER
AND FURNISHED TO THE CITY PRIOR TO ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY (C.O.)

INSPECTOR: APPROVED ~PPROVED DATE: SIGNATUR~


PLAN REVIEWER: APPROVED V DISAPPROVED DATE:1;'l1 SIGNATURE:...Lfh~'c/~P..__ __
GIS: APPROVED_k_DISAPPROVED~~DATE:~V$IGNATURE~
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LETTER OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLIANCE

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21P age Appe ndi x E
Certification of Contributory Assets
PROJECT NAME
Arborwood Preserve Phase 1

LOCATION:
PLANTATION GARDEN DRIVE, STRAP: 12-45-25-P3-3300R.01CE

(including strap#)

NAME AND ADDRESS OF OWNERSHIP:


WCI Communities, llC
24301 Walden Center Drive, Bonita Springs, FL, 34134
(as shown on Deed}

TYPE UTILITY SYSTEM: STORM SEWER


--------------------------------------------------------
X WATER
--------------------------------------------------------
SEWER
-----------------------------------------------

DESCRIPTION AND COST OF MATERIAL, LABOR, AND SERVICES


Please list each element of the svstem. e.g. pfpe. man holes. lift statlons. meters, valves. fittings. etc.

DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL


4 PVC Water Main (C-900, DR 14, PC150 46 LF $12.53 $576.38

6" PVC Water Main (C-900, DR 18, PC150) 809 LF $19.17 $15,508.53

8" PVC Water Main (C-900, DR 18, PC150) 9,320 LF $24.24 $225,916.80

8" PVC Water Main (C-900, DR 14, PC200) 214 LF $26.50 $5,671.00

10" PVC Water Main (C-900, DR 18, PC150) 1,974 LF $32.30 $63,760.20

10" PVC Water Main (C-900, DR 14, PC200) 180 LF $35.67 $6,420.60

4" Gate Valve w/Box 2 EA $994.65 $1,989.30

6" Gate Valve w/Box 4 EA $1,271.75 $5,087.00

8" Gate Valve w/Box 14 EA $1,685.88 $23,602.32

10" Gate Valve w/Box 4 EA $2,327.38 $9,309.52

Air Release Valve 1 EA $2,233.37 $2,233.37

Blow Off Valve 6 EA $2,013.00 $12,078.00

Fire Hydrant Assembly w/Valve 44 EA $4,642.92 $204, 288.48

Connect to Existing Water Main with 16"x10" R 1 EA $3,851.10 $3,851.10

1 of 2
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL
1" Single Water Service 227 EA $854.33 $193,932 .91

2" Single Water Service 34 EA $1,424.50 $48,433.00

2" Fire Service 18 EA $7,155.50 $128,799.00

Temporary Blow Off Valve 2 EA $2,013.00 $4,026.00

GRAND TOTAL: $955,483.51


-----'----
I DO HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THE QUANTITY OF MATERIAL AND SERVICES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE A TRUE AND ACCURATE
REPRESENTATION OF THE AS-INSTALLED COST OF THE SYSTEM BEING CONTRIBUTED TO THE GATEWAY SERVICES DISTRICT AND
CORRESPONDS WITH THE RECORD DRAWINGS.

Haleakala Construction, Inc.

5758 Taylor Rd

Naples, FL 34109

(STATE OF ,c-k 0@ D4 )
(COUNTY OF Col.LIE:i ) (), ,
THE FOREGOING INSTRUMENT WAS SIGNED AND ACKNOWLEDGED BEFORE ME THIS DATE ny,G rJ . J._<)j~ BY
d f\\J So tJ 0 ttf:."SC..t\Nl C, WHO IS PERSONALLY OR '1'#\ltdL:ttlt)T11100:__ _ _ _ _ __ _ .AN D WH'o-oteiDID NOT TAKE AN
OATH.

c~~-K
NOTRYPUBLISIGNATURE
1
Ah ~

Christina K. Shipman
PRINTED NAME OF NOTARY PUBLIC

2 of 2
Certification of Contributory Assets
PROJECT NAME
Arborwood Preserve Phase 1

LOCATION :
PLANTATION GARDEN DRIVE, STRAP: 12-45-25-P3-3300R.01CE

(including strap#}

NAME AND ADDRESS OF OWNERSHIP:


WCI Communities, LLC
24301 Walden Center Drive, Bonita Springs, FL, 34134
(as shown on Deed)

TYPE UTILITY SYSTEM :


--------------------- STORM SEWER
WATER
---------------------
X SEWER
---------------------
DESCRIPTION AND COST OF MATERIAL, LABOR, AND SERVICES
Please list each element of the system, e.g. pipe, man holes, lift stations, meters, valves, fittings, etc.

1 of 3
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY UNIT COST TOTAL
8" PVC Sanitary Sewer Main (0'-6' cut) 3,096 LF $35.11 $108,700.56

8" PVC Sanitary Sewer Main (6'-8' cut) 2,8 10 LF $45.01 $126,478.10

8" PVC Sanitary Sewer Main (8'- 10' cut) 2,026 LF $54.91 $111,247.66

8" PVC Sanitary Sewer Main ( 10'-1 2' cut) 1,720 LF $64.81 $111,473.20

8" PVC Sanitary Sewer Main (12'-14' cut) 1, 181 LF $78.01 $92,129.81

8" PVC Sanitary Sewer Main ( 14'-16' cut) 1,007 LF $93.41 $94,063.87

8" PVC Sanitary Sewer Main ( 16'-18' cut) 349 LF $97.81 $34,135.69

4' Diameter Manhole (0'-6' cut) 21 EA $5,098.50 $107,068.50

4' Diameter Manhole (6'-8' cut) 3 EA $5,698.99 $17,096.97

4' Diameter Manhole (8'-1 0' cut) 20 EA $6,576.81 $131,536.20

4' Diameter Manhole ( I 0'-12' cut) II EA $8,545.88 $94,004.68

4' Diameter Manhole ( 12'-14' cut) 9 EA $9,712.10 $87,408.90

4' Diameter Manhole ( 14'-1 6' cut) 4 EA $ 10,596.92 $42,387.68

4' Diameter Manhole ( 16'-18' cut) 2 EA $11,937.86 $23,875.72

6' Diameter Master Manhole ( 16'- 18' cut) 1 EA $16,740.46 $16,740.46

Drop Manho le Connection 4 EA $3,949.00 $15,796.00

Single Sewer Lateral 258 EA $901.25 $232,522.50

Lift Station (20' Deep Wet Well) & Generator 1 EA $194,968.77 $194,968.77

8" PVC Force Main (PR 18) 1,269 LF $26.95 $34,199.55

8" PVC Force Main (DRI4) 213 LF $29.28 $6,236.64

8" Plug Valve 1 EA $2,370.92 $2,370.92

Air Release Valve 3 EA $5,235.65 $15,706.95


Lonnect to t.x1stmg t orce JVIam wnn
12"x8"reducer 1 EA $3,720.11 $3,720.11

GRAND TOTAL: $1,703,869.44

I DO HERE BY CERTI FY THAT THE QUANTITY OF M ATERIAL AND SERVICES DESCRIBED ABOVE ARE A TRUE AN D ACCURATE
REPRESENTATION OF THE AS-INSTALLED COST OF THE SYSTEM BEING CONTRIBUTED TO TH E GATEWAY SERVICES DISTRICT A ND
CORRESPONDS WITH THE RECORD DRAWINGS.

2 of 3
Haleakala Construction, Inc.

5758 Taylor Rd

Naples, FL 34109

(STATE OF FLo&JDA
(COUNTY OF CoUJE.R )
THE FOREGOING INSTRUMENT WAS SIGNED AND ACKNOWLEDGED BEFORE ME THIS DATE
A\..{6 fl. . :;loJL. BY
.JA'--!Siol'l 'Drlesc.HN(a< WHO IS PERSONALLY ORV-A-AilltiiBEHtiB~---------'AND WHOS+&/010 NOT TAKE AN
OATH.

FF 044S07
NOTARY COMMISSION NUMBER

Christina K. Shipman
PRINTED NAME OF NOTARY PUBLIC

3 of 3
_, ENGINEER I NG ' -
August 11, 2016

Ms. Dawn Miller


City of Fort Myers
2200 Second Street
Fort Myers, FL 33902

Subject: Arborwood Phase I {SIT 2015-00087}


Project Closeout Submittal

Dear Ms. Miller:

Please find enclosed the following original items (partial list) in support of this request for a Project Closeout for
the above referenced project. The remainder of the checklist will be submitted under separate cover when
completed .

1. Project Closeout Checklist;


2. Checklist item 1 -CD with Digital As-Built Files (PDF, CAD File, GIS Information & PDF' s of the below
documents);
3. Checklist Item 1- One set of signed and sealed Record Drawings;
4. Checklist item 3 -Certification of Contributory Assets;
5. Checklist item 4- Engineers Certification; (submitted under separate cover)
6. Checklist item 5- SFWMD Construction Completion Certification,
7. Checklist item 6- FDEP Sewer Permit No. 47312-521-DWC/CM,
8. Checklist Item 6 - Letter from FDEP approving the system for placement into service;
9. Checklist item 8- HRS Water Permit No. 0125191-549DSGP,
10. Checklist Item 8 - Letter from HRS approving the system for placement into service;
11. Checklist item 10- City Valve Sheet Forms
12. Checklist item 11- Sewer Videos and Reports
13. Checklist item 12- Contractors One Year Warranty- material & labor;
14. Checklist item 13- Contractors Final Release of Lien;
15. Checklist item 15 -$5,000 check for Escrow Deposit for Pump Station Telemetry;
16. Checklist item 16- Pump Station Start-Up Report
17. Checklist item 19/20- Recorded Arborwood Plat

AU: 1 1 ?016

Enganeering
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Submittal# 1 Working Docs\2016..()8-10 COFM Closeout Cvr Llr.docx

Page 1

4983 Roya l Gulf Circle Fort Myers, FL 33966 I (239) 597-0575 1 Fax (239) 597-0578
www.consult-rwa .com
Florida Department d Environmental Prctection
Bob Ma1inez Cmter, 2600 Blar StoneRocd, Taldlaseee, Aorida32399-2400

REQUEST FOR APPROVAL TO PLACE A DOMESTIC WASTEWATER


COLLECTIONffRANSMISSION SYSTEM INTO OPERATION

PART I- INSTRUCTIONS

(1) This fonn shall be completed and submitted to the appropriate DEP district office or delegated local program for all
collection/transmission system projects required to obtain a construction permit in accordance with Chapter 62-604, F.A.C.

(2) Newly constructed or modified collection/transmission facilities shall not be placed into service until the Department has cleared the
project for use.

(3) All infonnation shall be typed or printed in ink, and all blanks must be filled.

PART TI - PROJECf DOCUMENTATION


(I) Collection/Transmission System Permittee
Name: Chris Bertram P.E. Title: Land Development Manager
Company Name: WCI Communities LLC
Address: 24301 Walden Center Drive
City: Bonita Springs State: .!.F..!:L'---- - - - Zip: 34134
Telephone: 239-498-8045 Fax: 239-498-8338 Email: ChrisBertram@wclcommunities.com

(2) General Project Infonnation


Project Name: Arborwood Phase I
Construction Permit No. 47312-521-DWC/CM Dated: ...:8~/5:!.!/2=.::0:...:.1:::-5~----=----::-;;;;;;::...-:-.=-------..,.---
Is the entire project included under the collection/transmission system pennit substantially complete?(&] Yes 0
No (If approval is
being requested to place a portion of the project into operation, attach a copy of the site plan or sketch that was submitted with the
application showing the portion of the project which is substantially complete and for which approval is being requested.)

Description of Portion of Project for Which Approval is Being Requested (including pipe length, total number of Man-holes and
totalnumberofpumpstatiom)~E~n~li~re~--------------------------------------------------------
Expected Date of Connection to Existing System or Treatment Plant ~J~u!.IIy...!2:.!:!9'-'.2~0~1~6'----------------------------

(3) Treatment Plant Serving Collectionffransmission System


Name of Treatment Plant Serving Project: City of Fort Myers South Wastewater Treatment Plant
Coumy: Lee City: .!.F~o~rt~M~y~e~rs~..,.--..,.--~-------------------------------------
DEP permit number: FL 0021270 Expiration Date:-------------------------------

Received
Electronically For Department Use Only
August 5, 2016
South District
n_d_re Digitally signed

g
___ by Andrew Price
,. ' D Date: 2016.08.08
.1 W atf.l..E;~1~US>0'

DEP Form 62~.300(8)(b) Page I of3


Etrectiv< No-we. 6, 2003

Ncr'C"""-tOulrid Nortt.-: OiWid C.CI"'I Oitlrid - DIOirla - DIIIIla


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Qlile~ &ii01DO &il0232 &Jie3&4 S"Floor
- .. Fl-~ ~~~ .. Fl""do322S&-7500 Otlrdo. Fiorido~7 r....,..r..._ AoridoS3811>11B F""M-Aoriclo3311Q2.2540 -!Wms.;,Fiotldo33001
~ CI04-25&-1100 17-57..100 11s.c71).5700 ~ 911-81n.eDO
Rick Scott
Mission: Governor
To protect, promote &improve the health
of all people in Florida through integrated
state, county & community efforts. Celeste Philip, MD, MPH
State Surgeon General

Vision: To be the Healthiest State in the Nation

June 30, 2016

Michael C. Pappas, P .E.


RWA, Inc.
4983 Royal Gulf Circle
Fort Myers, FL 33966

Reference: Arborwood Preserve Phase I


Permit No.: 0125191-549-DSGP
City of Fort Myers
Pressure Tests: February 23, 2016, March 24, 2016, AprilS & 18, 2016 and May 10, 2016
Bacteriological Tests: June 15, 16 & 17. 2016
Complete Clearance

Dear Mr. Pappas:

This will serve to acknowledge receipt of certification that the referenced water project has been
completed in accordance with the plans and related materials approved by this department under the
permit number and date shown.

Based on this certification, satisfactory pressure and bacteriological test results, we are clearing the
waterlines for service.

Sincerely,

Brian P. Bates, P.E.


Professional Engineer II
Environmental Engineering Division
Florida Department of Health in Lee County

cc: Richard Moulton, CFM


Chris Bertram, P.E., WCI Communities, LLC

Florida Department of Health


In Lee County Environmental Engineering
60 South Danley Drive, Unit 1, Fort Myers, FL 33907
Accredited Health ~rtment
PHONE: 2391274-2200 FAX: 239/274-2201
Public Health Accreditation Board
http://lee.ftorldahealth.gov/
WARRANTY

THE UNDERSIGNED parties do herby warrant and/or guaranty all work executed by the
contractor on the water and sewer utilities for Arborwood Preserve Phase I project to be free from defects
in material and workmanship for a period of one (J) year from the date of acceptance by City of Fort
Myers City Council. The undersigned parties further agree that they will, at their own expense, repair and
replace all such defective work and all other work damaged by said defective work under this Warranty-
Guaranty.

It is furthermore understood that the consideration for the giving of this warrant and/or guaranty
is the requirement of the site work closeout package under which the contract was let that such warranty
and/or guaranty wou ld be given.

Haleakala Construction, Inc.


~ontractor/Company Name)

Jayson Oreschnick, Vice President


(Authorized Representative, Title)

By:(S Cl~) a.....,j,ly..----


'gn~

STATE OF P'L-DR-1 DA

COUNTY OF LOU...-\ E:.R_

The forgoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me this 0...1 day of
A\A.blA.""T , 2016, byd A'ic;:.OcJ O~tJ\<J'-. who is personally known to me- _ _

- - -- - - - and who did not take an oath.

~"-'<~
Notary Public Signature

(Notary Seal & Commission Number)


Printed Name ofNotary Public
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIEN
UPON FINAL PAYMENT

The undersigned lienor, in consideration of the final payment in the amount of Two Mill ion Six Hundred
and Fifty-Nine Thousand, Three Hundred Fifty-Two Dollars and Ninety-Fine Cents ($2,659,352.95),
hereby waivers and releases its lien and right to claim a lien for labor, services, or materials furnished to
WCI Communities on the job of Arborwood Preserve Phase I to the following property:

Arborwood Preserve Phase I Water and Wastewater


(Name of Property or Development) (Facilities Constructed)

Sections 12, Township 45 South. Range 25 East, 12-45-25-P3-3300R.O 1CE


Fort Myers, Florida (Strap# or Section, Township, Range)
(Location)

Dated on: August 2, 2016

Haleakala Construction, lnc.


epresentative) (Name of Firm or Corporation)

Jayson Oreschnick 5758 Taylor Rd


(Print Name of Authorized Representative)

Title Vice President Naples, Fl. 341 09


(City, State & Zip of Firm or Corp)
Phone #: ( 239) 598-1968 Ext. _ __

STATEOF __fl~LD==~==~~~fi~---

COUNTYOF~C~.C~\~U~~~~~----

The forgoing instrument was signed and acknowledged before me thi s J day of
__._W_.....=&_
u._
~r=------' 2016, by 0&s ON ORrsr:.urJ t GK. who is personally known to me- ____

_ _ _ _ _ _ and who did not take an oath.

~~K~
Notary Public Signature

Christina K. Shipman
Printed Name ofNotary Public
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FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 12


WARD: All Revised: (Date & Time)
~Regular D Special D Workshop --
Quasi-Judicial D Yes ~ No
DProclamations ~Consent 0Public 0City Council 0Permission 0City 0City
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve Amen dment 2 to the City MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
of Fort Myers Employee Policies and Approve.
Procedures Manual, Section 3.12 Service
Awards and Employee Recognition Program
and Section 6 .09 Workplace Conduct.

FUNDING SOURCE: N/A

FISCAL IMPACT: N/A

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Approves Amendment 2 to the City of Fort Myers Employee
Policies and Procedures Manual dated September 20 16, Section 3. 12 Service Awards and
Employee Recognition Program and Section 6.09 Workplace Conduct.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: City Council, on September 19, 2016, approved the City of
Fort Myers Employee Policies and Procedures Manu al effective November 1, 2016. The policies
are being amended as follows:

Policy 3.12 Service Awards and Employee Recognition Program: Haborside Event Center
and the Imaginarium/Southwest Florida Museum of History are deleted and the total number
of departments is amended from 12 to 10. Civilians from the Police Department and
non-certified firefighters from the Fire Department are included in the general workforce for
Employees of the Quarter Program nominations. The Employees of the Quarter Program is
revised to include breakfast with the City Manager, Director of Human Resources, the
Department Director and other winners. Notification is amended to provide the Human
Resources Director will notify the Director of the Department regarding the Employee of the
Year recipient.

Policy 6.09 Workplace Conduct: The consultant erroneously inserted the word "illegally" into
the policy language regarding possessing a firearm and significantly changed the meaning of the
prohibited behavior. The verbiage "illegally possessing a firearm or other weapons on City
property, in City facilities, and on City work sites" is amended to "possessin g a firearm or other
weapons on City property, in City facilities, and on City work sites".

Continued to Next Page D Yes ~ No


Person Initiating Request: Ellen M. Clyatt Department: Human Resources
Division:

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
Policy: Service Awards and Employee Recognition Program No. 3.12
Effective: November 1, 2016

3.12a: Service Awards

The City recognizes long-term service to the organization by presenting service awards
to eligible employees according to the guidelines that appear below.

All full-time and part-time employees are eligible to receive a service award upon
completion of five (5) years of service and at the end of every additional five (5)
years of service.
Service does not have to be continuous to count toward service credit for the
award.,.
The Human Resources Department is responsible for identifying the employees
who will be recipients.

3.12b: Employee Recognition Program

The City Employee Recognition Program recognizes employees who demonstrate


significant contributions, outstanding accomplishments, and excellent customer service.
This program provides an incentive which is obtainable by all employees of the City for
recognition of exemplary performance that benefits the organization and/or community.

All active full-time and part-time employees, excluding elected officials, the City Manager
and Department Directors, who have completed the initial probationary period and have
demonstrated a significant contribution , outstanding accomplishment or provided
excellent customer service and whom have not received any disciplinary action within the
past year are eligible to participate in this program.

Incentive awards shall be awarded and recognized on a quarterly basis for the Employees
of the Quarter Program and on an annual basis for the Employee of the Year Program.

The Employee Recognition Review Committee (ERRC) shall be comprised of a total of


twelve (12) ten (1 0) members, including one (1) employee representing each of the
following departments:

City Attorney
City Clerk
Community Development
Financial Services
Fire Department
Harborside Event Center
lmaginarium/Southwest Florida Museum of History
Information Technology Services
Police Department

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Public Works
Yacht Basin
Community Redevelopment Agency

The Department Director shall be responsible for the selection of the employee from their
respective department. The ERRC members are to be selected annually, and where
applicable, departments comprised of multiple divisions must rotate the division from
which the selected representative is employed . In the event any ERRC member is unable
to continue serving as the assigned representative, the respective Department Director
shall select a replacement. The Director of Human Resources shall be responsible for
providing direction to the ERRC in the position of Chairperson.

Employees of the Quarter Program :

This program recognizes three (3) employees each quarter~ fone (1 ) certified firefighter
employee from the Fire Department, one (1) sworn officer employee from the Police
Department, and one (1) employee from the general workforce which includes non-
sworn employees from the Police Department and non-certified employees from
the Fire Departmentf. An employee may be nominated by a fellow employee, Supervisor
or a Department Director. An employee can be nominated multiple times, but may only
be selected one (1) time per calendar year. Each recipient of the Employees of the
Quarter shall be awarded a Certificate of Recognition signed by the City Manager and
Director of Human Resources , a plaque showing the employee's name, department
and quarter in which he/she is awarded , aRd a f}aY gift card in the amount of $100.00
and is invited to a celebration breakfast with the City Manager, Director of Human
Resources, Department Director and the other winners.

Nomination Process:

To ensure timely and proper flow through the review/approval process, the following
procedure shall be adhered to:

1. Nominations shall be submitted to the nominee's Department Directors for the


initial review.

a. The Director shall review each nomination to determine if an award is


warranted based on the set criteria. The Director shall indicate their approval
by signing and forwarding the Employees of the Quarter Recognition form to
Human Resources.

2. The Director shall forward all nominations to Human Resources .

a. The Director of Human Resources shall review each nomination and


employee's performance rating and disciplinary action , if any, to ensure
eligibility criteria are met. The Director of Human Resources shall indicate their

April 3, 2017 - Amendment 2 to the City of Fort Myers Employee Policies and Procedures Manual
approval by signing and forwarding the Employees of the Quarter Recognition
form to the ERRC members.
3. The ERRC shall review all nominations to ensure they meet proper selection
criteria.

a. The ERRC shall select three (3) Employees of the Quarter by completing a
rating sheet for all nominees and submitting the tallied score sheets to the
Director of Human Resources.

4.; The Director of Human Resources shall be responsible for notifying the Directors
of the three (3) nominees selected for Employees of the Quarter. The immediate
Supervisor and Department Director shall receive notification of the selection of an
employee within their department/division . The Director of Human Resources shall
be responsible for purchasing gift cards requesting and securing the checks from
the Payroll Department which will be presented to the nominees. Selected
nominees shall be notified by the Director of Human Resources at an award
presentation scheduled by their immediate Supervisor or Director. through
their respective Directors, to be available for the designated Council meeting
where they will be recognized by the Mayor before the members of Council.

5. Copies of the recommendation letter and Certificate of Recognition shall be placed


in the employee's personnel file.

General Criteria :

All recipients must meet one of the following general criteria:

1. Exemplary Customer Service

a. The employee met unexpected customer needs in an exceptional manner.

2. Exceptional Achievement

a. The employee's accomplishments exceeded the normal


standards/expectations for the job. The employee's accomplishments resulted
in a special achievement of significant importance to the City.

3. Exceptional Leadership

a. The employee demonstrates exceptional leadership skills serving as a role


model for others by displaying desirable qualities/traits such as vision , integrity,
honesty, dedication, ethics, fairness, and assertiveness. This exceptional
leadership role has improved a work process or created a more efficient and/or
cost effective process in the operation.

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Employee of the Year Program:

This program recognizes one (1) employee annually. At the end of each year, the
twelve (12) recipients of the Employees of the Quarter are considered for the Employee
of the Year award. The same Employee Recognition Review Committee (ERRC) shall
be utilized for this selection process. The Employee of the Year shall be recognized by
the Mayor and City Council at the first City Council meeting of the month following the
selection. The Employee of the Year shall be awarded a Certificate of Recognition signed
by the City Manager and the Mayor, a plaque, and a pay card check in the amount of
$1,000.00.

Selection Process:

1. The ERRC shall review the nominations of the twelve (12) recipients of the
Employees of the Quarter and shall make a recommendation for selection of the
Employee of the Year by completing a rating sheet for all nominees. The tallied
score sheets shall be submitted to the Director of Human Resources for final
approval.

2. The Director of Human Resources shall be responsible for notifying the nominee
selected for Employee of the Year. The immediate Supervisor and Director shall
receive notification from the Director of Human Resources of the selection of an
employee within their department/division for Employee of the Year. The Director
of Human Resources shall be responsible for requesting and securing the check
from the Payroll Department which will be presented to the nominee. The selected
nominee shall be notified through their respective Director, to be available for the
designated Council meeting where they will be recognized by the Mayor before the
members of Council.

3. Copies of the recommendation letter and Certificate of Recognition shall be placed


in the employee's personnel file .

Additional recognition of the Employees of the Quarter and Employee of the Year shall
include:
City Intranet
Human Resources newsletter
Display of plaque with a picture of the Employees of the Month Quarter with
their names
Display of plaque with a picture of the Employee of the Year with their name

April 3, 2017- Amendment 2 to the City of Fort Myers Employee Policies and Procedures Manual
Policy: Workplace Conduct No. 6.09
Effective: November 1, 2016

Certain rules and regulations regarding employee behavior are necessary for efficient
business operations and for the benefit and safety of all employees. Conduct that
interferes with operations, discredits the City, or is offensive to citizens or coworkers will
not be tolerated .

Employees are expected to conduct themselves in a positive manner in order to promote


the best interests of the City at all times. Appropriate employee conduct includes:

1. treating all citizens, visitors, and coworkers in a courteous manner


2. refraining from behavior or conduct that is offensive or undesirable or which is
contrary to the City's best interest
3. reporting suspicious, unethical or illegal conduct by coworkers, citizens or vendors
to management
4. cooperating with City Investigations
5. complying with all City safety and security regulations
6. wearing clothing appropriate for the work being performed
7. performing assigned tasks efficiently and in accordance with established quality
standards
8. reporting to work punctually as scheduled and being at the proper work station,
ready for work at the assigned starting time
9. giving proper advance notice whenever unable to work or report on time
10. smoking only at times and in places not prohibited by City rules or local ordinances
11 . maintaining cleanliness and order in the workplace and work areas

The following conduct is prohibited and individuals engaged in it will be subject to


discipline up to and including termination :

1. illegally possessing a firearm or other weapons on City property, in City facilities,


and on City work sites
2. fighting with or assaulting a coworker, citizen, or other visitor
3. bullying, threatening or intimidating coworkers, citizens, vendors or other guests
4. engaging in any form of sexual or other harassment
5. reporting to work under the influence of alcohol ; illegal drugs or narcotics or using ,
selling, dispensing or possessing alcohol or illegal drugs or narcotics on City
premises
6. falsifying or altering any City record or report, such as an application for
employment, a medical report, a production record , a time record , an expense
account or an absentee report
7. stealing, destroying, defacing or misusing City property or another employee's or
citizen's property
8. refusing to follow management's instructions concerning a job-related matter or
insubordination

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9. failing to wear assigned safety equipment or failing to abide by safety rules and
policies
10. soliciting or distributing in violation of City policies
11 . smoking where prohibited by local ordinance or City rules
12. using profanity or abusive language
13. sleeping on the job without authorization
14. gambling in City facilities or at City work sites
15. playing pranks, practical jokes or engaging in horseplay
16. wearing improper attire or having an inappropriate personal appearance
17. failure to adhere to guidelines set out in section 6.13: Technology

The examples of impermissible behavior described above are not intended to be an all-
inclusive list. Any violation of the City's policies or any conduct considered inappropriate
or unsatisfactory may, at management's discretion , subject the employee to disciplinary
action. Questions about this policy should be directed to the Human Resources
Department.

April 3, 2017- Amendment 2 to the City of Fort Myers Employee Policies and Procedures Manual
AGENDA 13
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 13


WARD: All Revised: (Date & Time)
(g]Regular 0 Special 0 Workshop --
Quasi-Judicial D Yes (gJ No
0Proclamations [8Jconsent 0Public 0City Council 0Permission 0City 0City
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve Wor k Experience Worksite MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Agreement with Southwest Florida Workforce Approve.
Development Board, Inc. effective July 1,
2017, through June 30, 2018.

FUNDING SOURCE: NA

FISCAL IMPACT: NA

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Provides 3 youth at no cost to work at the City for 6 weeks
during the summer.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Paid Work
Experience Program is in addition to the City sponsored and funded Step Up To Work Program.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Paid Work Experience Program provides funding
to the Southwest Florida Workforce Development Boar d, Inc. (Board) for workforce education
and career pathway programs. The Board will admin ister a Summer Youth Employment
Program whereby the Boar d will recruit, select, fund, and refer eligible participants for a work
experience with the City. The Board requested that the City place 3 students for a period of
6 weeks or a total of 180 hours. The City will provide supervision and hands-on training
required to successfully expose youth to th e world of work. The Board will provide 100% of the
wages and Worker's Compensation Insurance. The program will be the first job opportunity for
some youth a n d provide additional work experien ce for oth ers. The Board will conduct weekly
visits, evaluations, and consultations to assist supervisors and trainees to provide a positive
and valuable work ex perience.

The 3 students will work at the Dr. Ann Murphy Knight S.T.A.R.S. Complex, 2980 Edison
Avenue.

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Paid Work Experience Program provides
additional youth for work experience at t he expense of the program without incurring more cost
to the City.

The Summer Youth Employment Program Worksite Agreement is July 1, 2017, through
J une 30, 2018.

Continued to Next Page 0 Yes (gJ No


Person Initiating Request: Ellen Clyatt Department: Human Resources
Division: Human Resources

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
:.

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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
WORK EXPERIENCE WORKSITE AGREEMENT

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD, INC. (SFWDB) as the Regional Workforce
Development Board, and City of Fort Myers whose address is
2200 2nd St. Fort Myers, Fl 33901 hereinafter referred to as the
Agency, agree to the following terms of this Agreement.

1. Program Overview
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Paid Work Experience Program shall consist of job shadowing
and/or paid work experience, wherein a participant referred by SFWDB, or its duly authorized representative,
to the Agency is introduced to age appropriate activities with the rigors, demands, rewards, and sanctions
associated with holding a job reinforced during the program . Under the guidance and supervision of the
Agency and in accordance with the job description attached hereto, the participants should be provided
meaningful job shadowing or work experience that will help them to receive the training and experience that is
required to be successful in the job. It is understood by SFWDB and the Agency that no legal employer-
employee relationship is created or exists between the Agency and the participant.

2. Period of Agreement
This work site agreement shall begin on July 1, 2017 and end no later than June 30, 2018 . No participant
shall begin work until this Agreement is fully executed by both the Agency and SFWDB.

3. Work Experience Period and Limitations


Participants may work up to 40 hours/week. Participant(s) may work for no longer than 320 hrs. or 8 weeks
or until this Agreement's end date, whichever occurs first. Note: Any hours worked in excess of forty
hours per work week (Sunday- Satur~ay) may result in termination of this agreement.

4. Summer Employment Period and Limitations


Participants may work up to 30 hours/week. Participant(s) may work for no longer than 180 hrs. or 6 weeks
or until this Agreement's end date, whichever occurs first. Note: Summer Employment is for In-School
Youth participants ONLY. Any hours worked in excess of forty hours per work week (Sunday-
Saturday) may result in termination of this agreement.

5. Job Shadow Period and Limitation


Participants may participate up to 4 hours in this unpaid hands-off activity per occupation for a total of 12
hours. The purpose of this activity is to spend their time in a one-on-one environment observing daily
activities and asking questions about the job and industry.

6. Responsibilities of Agency
The following are responsibilities of the Agency. The Agency accepts and agrees that it shall:
A. Make available suitable job(s) at its worksite(s) and in the respective occupation(s) described in the
Work site Application and Statement of Work attached and hereby made a part of this agreement, for
those eligible SFWDB participants who are selected and referred to the Agency by SFWDB.
B. In the case of a job shadow, it is expected that the participant will gain insight into what some of the
daily routine tasks associated with the occupation , and how they are executed by a seasoned staff.
C. Notify SFWDB immediately if any participant referred by SFWDB would be directly supervised by a
member of that person's immediate family.
D. Assign worthwhile and meaningful work to participants during the entire time they are at the work site
in accordance with the approved job description(s). Duties other than those in the attached approved
job description (s) must be predetermined and mutually agreed upon by the Agency and SFWDB.
E. Direct and supervise participants' work activities and training in accordance with their job
description(s).
F. Assure that it will have supervisory personnel who will act as work site supervisors for each of the
Agency's work sites so as to provide for continuous on-site supervision and training of participants at
a ratio of participant(s) to staff of no more than 5:1.
G. Orient and train their work site Supervisory personnel including any alternate staff directly responsible
for the supervision of participants as to the Agency's responsibilities and obligations under this
Agreement.

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H. Notify SFWDB immediately of any temporary and/or ongoing changes in the designation of personnel
who will be supervising the participant(s).
I. Be accountable for maintaining SFWDB participant time sheets, supervising the proper completion of
time sheets by each participant, approving participant time sheets if all the prior requirements are
met, and submitting these "timesheets" in a timely manner in accordance with SFWDB payroll
procedures.
J. Require participants' conformance with the Agency's Personnel Rules of Conduct such as dress
code, parking , etc.
K. Ensure that all sites where participants will be assigned are sanitary and safe environments in
accordance with health and safety standards established by State and Federal law.
L. Ensure that all required safety supplies and equipment are used in the proper manner for the
intended use and in accordance with all laws, including child labor laws where applicable.
M. Conform to normal routines and functions befitting a reasonable business establishment, including,
but not limited to, appropriate supervision on the premises at all times, displaying positive work
habits, maintaining safe working conditions, and appropriate attire.
N. Inform SFWDB immediately should an accident or injury occur at the job site affecting or involving a
participant and require the participant to complete a first report of injury form .
0 . Notify SFWDB by telephone of any problem or concern regarding a participant's performance at a
work site as soon as possible, but at least within 24 clock hours of when the problem is identified.
P. Not discriminate against any participant or potential participant because of race, color, rel igion , sex,
national origin, age, disability, political affiliation or belief, creed or marital status.
Q. Ensure that participants receive fair and impartial treatment and that participants shall not be
subjected to harassment of any type or form.
R. Ensure that the following general working conditions are complied with:
a. This work experience position(s) shall result in an increase in the Agency's level of
employment and in no circumstances shall it result in the displacement of current employees
or the freezing of the hiring of new employees in anticipation of this work experience
participant;
b. There shall be no displacement or partial displacement (reduction of hours worked, wages or
employment benefits) of currently employed workers nor replacement of laid-off workers by
the work experience participant(s) ;
c . There shall be no infringement of promotional opportunities for regular employees; and
d. Participants shall receive comparable working conditions and non-payroll benefits such as
rest breaks, lunch, etc. as other current employees;
S. Ensure that the participants will not be employed at a casino or other gambling establishment,
aquarium, zoo, golf course, or swimming pool and ensure that participants will not be employed in the
building, operating , or maintaining of any part of any building which is used for sectarian instruction or
as a place of worship.
T. Ensure that this agreement will not impair existing contracts for services or a collective bargaining
agreement between the Agency and other parties, nor will th is agreement assist, promote or deter
union organization.
U. Ensure that a work experience participant under this agreement will not assist with political or
lobbying activities or any activity designed to influence legislation or appropriation pend ing before the
Congress of the United States.
V. Not subcontract, assign or transfer any rights or responsibilities under this agreement or any portion
thereof without the prior written approval of SFWDB.
W. Implement administrative controls to ensure that costs for wages and other costs that the SFWDB is
responsible for paying are not being paid by other federal , state, or local programs to eliminate the
possibility of a duplication of funding.
X. Maintain all records and files pertaining to the operation of this Agreement and any amendment
hereto for three (3) years following expiration of this Agreement. Records and f iles shall include, but
not be limited to, time and attendance sheets, supervisor assignments, this Agreement, etc.
Y. Monitor to ensure that all participants at all work sites are only performing work activities as identified
in the job description attached hereto and that the Agency is complying with this Agreement. The
Agency shall notify SFWDB of any changes to the required work hours, job description, and/or if the
work has been completed and the job needs to end.

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Z. Immediately advise SFWDB in writing of any actions, suits, claims or grievances filed against the
Agency, SFWDB, State of Florida, federal officials or participants that in any way relates to this
Agreement.
AA. Allow SFWDB, the Governor of the State of Florida, or any of its agents and/or subcontractors, and
the US Department of Labor (DOL) access to the Agency's work site(s) at all reasonable hours for
such purposes as monitoring the program, counseling the participants, etc.
BB. Adhere to all employment and applicable child labor laws. See
http ://www.youthrules.dol.gov/about.htm and http://www.osha.gov/teens for details on child labor
laws.
CC. Maintain the confidentiality of any information regarding participants or their immediate families wh ich
may be obtained from forms , discussions or other sources . Without permission of the participant,
such information shall be divulged only as necessary for purposes related to the performance of this
Agreement.
DD. Consider all work experience participants for any unsubsidized job openings which may occur with
the Agency, if participants meet the necessary qualifications for the openings.

7. Responsibilities of SFWDB
SFWDB accepts and agrees that it shall
A. .Recruit, select and refer participant(s) eligible for this work experience program to the Agency.
B. Assist the job site supervisor in resolving any problems concerning the participants' performance on
the job.
C. Hear all grievances concerning program participant's performance at the job site in accordance with
SFWDB's participant grievance procedures.
D. Provide counseling and supportive services to participants as the need is identified and budget
allows.
E. Be responsible for distributing participant paychecks dependent on Agency's timely submission of
properly completed and signed timesheets.
F. SFWDB or its designee shall be responsible for employing the participants, paying participants for all
actual hours worked , and providing Workers' Compensation coverage for all participants. Note, no
fringe benefits or holiday pay is provided to these temporary workers.
G. Monitor the activities under this Agreement at the work site(s) at reasonable hours and as frequently
as the authorized representatives of SFWDB may deem necessary in order to assure the work
experience is constructive for the participant and that all provisions of this Agreement are being
carried out. Require corrective action within specified time periods or remove participants from work
sites without prior notice other than a written notification to be delivered to the Agency at the time of
the removal. This action may be taken when SFWDB, the Governor of the State of Florida or DOL
finds serious or continual violations of rules or laws, where violations are not being remedied , or
where SFWDB, the Governor of the State of Florida or DOL find noncompliance on any of the terms
or conditions under this Agreement.
H. Furnish the Agency with copies of all procedures, forms, etc. which it deems necessary for the proper
conduct by the Agency.

8. Hold Harmless
Without waiving its sovereign immunity, and if and to the extent allowed by law, each party shall indemnify
and hold harmless each other, its officers, officials, and employees from and against all claims and liabilities
of any nature or kind, including costs and expenses for or on account of any claims, damages , losses, or
expenses of any character whatsoever resulting in whole or in part from the negligent performance or
omission of either party's employees or representatives connected with the activities described herein .

In agreeing to provide direction , training and supervision of the participant, the Agency understands that this
does not make SFWDB or its designee liable to the Agency or any third party by reason of any future act or
failure to act by any participant on or off the job.

9. Changes to the Agreement


This agreement may be modified or amended as necessary by the issuance of a written modification, signed
and dated by both parties.
10. Termination
This Agreement may be terminated as follows:

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A. SFWDB or the Agency may terminate the Agreement for convenience upon thirty- (30) calendar day
prior written notice to the other party.
B. SFWDB may terminate this Agreement in whole or in part at any time that the SFWDB Staff, in
his/her sole judgment, determines that:
a. The Agency has failed to comply with any of the provisions contained in th is Agreement or
any modification hereto;
b. The Agency fails to perform in whole or in part under this Agreement or fa ils to take corrective
action after receiving oral or written requests to do so within an appropriate time period as
may be stipulated by SFWDB; or
c. The United States Department of Labor or State of Florida fails to provide adequate funds ,
reduces, eliminates or otherwise terminates the program under which this Agreement is
written.

11. Notice
Other than as provided herein, notice shall be required to be given to SFWDB under this Agreement, and
shall be sufficient when hand delivered or mailed to SFWDB at its office at 9530 Marketplace Road, Fort
Myers, FL 33912 Attn: Program Division. All notices required to be given to the Agency under this Agreement
shall be sufficient when hand delivered or mailed to the Agency at its office located at the address identified in
paragraph one, page one of this Agreement.

12. Controlling Laws


This agreement and the provisions contained herein shall be construed, controlled and interpreted according
to the laws of the State of Florida.

IN WITNESS THEREOF, the parties hereto having been duly authorized and representing that they have the
power and authority to execute this Agreement and perform the responsibilities specified herein have made and
executed this Agreement on the respective dates under each signature.

Agency: So~ntBoard,lnc.:

Signature Signature

Patrick Comer

Print Name Print Name

Youth Workforce Mentor

Print Title

Date Date

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Telephone 941-235-5900 Telephone 863-983-6138 Tel: 2396S83300 Tel: 239-931-8200 Tel: 239-436-4301
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AGENDA 14
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 14


WARD: 1 Revised: (Date & Time)
[8] Regular 0 Special 0 Worksh op --
Quasi-Judicial 0 Yes [8] No
0Proclamations 0Consent 0 Public [8JCity Council 0Permission 0City Deity
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: To be deter mined by City Council. MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Discuss possible purchase of property for sale
at 2406-2420 Cor tez Boulevard for City use as
a new street right-of-way, new storm water
retention, and new police sub-station.

FUNDING SOURCE: To be determined

FISCAL IMPACT: To be determined

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Discusses possible purchase of property for sale at


2406-2420 Cortez Boulevard for City use as a new street right-of-way, new storm water
retention and new police sub-station.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: See attached:

A. Aerial view of site and location


B . Existing 2017 photo and h istoric photo from 1927
c. Historic photo taken from Cleveland Avenue
D. City of Fort Myers proposed new Edison Avenue road alignment
E. City of Fort Myers police d istricts
F. Concept drawings of future Site Plan
G. Petition/ Signatures from Edison Park residents
H. Support letter from Edison Ford Winter Estates

Continued to Next Page 0 Yes [8] No


Person Initiating Request: Michael Flanders Department: City Council, Ward 4
Division:

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: D
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: D
Financial Disclosure: D
Oath: D
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony. Henderson
AGENDA 15
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY
MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 15
WARD: All (Date & Time)
Revised :
1'81 Regular D Special D Workshop --
Quasi-Judicial D Yes 1'81 No
0Proclamations 0Consent 0Public ~City
Council 0Permission 0City 0City
& Special Hearings
Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve the reappointment of MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Eileen Kelly Gabourel to the Local Affordable Approve.
Housing Advisory Committee as at large
member and residential home builder
representative, term effective May 19, 2017,
through May 18, 2020

FUNDING SOURCE: N/A

FISCAL IMPACT: NjA

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Fills an at large vacancy and residential home builder
representative position on the Local Affordable Housing Advisory Committee.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Qualifications for Local Affordable Housing Advisory


Committee: Each member shall be a resident, employed, or own property within the city. The
committee shall include one member from each of the following:
1. Residential home building industry in connection with affordable housing
2 . Banking or mortgage banking industry in connection with affordable housing
3. Representative of those areas of labor actively engaged in home building in connection with
affordable housing
4. Advocate for low-income person s in connection with affordable housing
5 . For-profit provider of affor dable h ousing
6. Not-for-profit provider of affordable housing
7 . Real estate professional in connection with affordable housing
8. Serves on the local planning agency pursuant to Florida Statute, Section 163.3174
9. Resides within the jurisdiction of the local governing body making the appointments
10. Represents employers within the jurisdiction
11. Represents essential services personnel, as defined in the local housing assistance plan
Nominated Name No. of Meetings Term(s) Served: One
by Meetings Attended
At Large Eileen Kelly 8 7 May 19, 2014- May 18, 2017
Gabou rel

The board shall consist of eleven members. Members shall serve for a term of three years.

Continued to Next Page D Yes 1'8] No


Person Initiating Request: Saeed Kazemi, P.E . Department: City Manager
Division:

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
I
7~ ~ o6- ?tnt ~_:.::_~~SOFFICE
RECEIVED

MAR 1 0 2017

Application for Appointment to Board or Committee


(if}' of 1'41/rm

NAME OF BOARD OR COMMITTEE:

Name
--MR.~MS.
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LAST
e: //(e_l--=----
FIRST
l.

Residence A ddress: I L/12. - 2- '?o (( K_ _')ho re_ (l- r


STREET APT.# C ITY ZIP CODE

Wa.d No. C'ity R<'ide~ Own Business in C'ity 0 Wo'k In City 0 Own Pmperty in City 0

U.S. Citizen 0 Resident Al ien 0

Social Securi ty Number: . Home Phone N umberl39' -f[;J-3~6 :3 Cellu lar N umber:

E-Mai l Add<ess (i;Z;e8/(J]-,t,5Di102_ (i2_ !1Jt!.!jf .ta1ltt


CJ Y/_____ ___
Date of Birth: k f --54 Specify the preferred mai ling address: Business 0 Residence ~

r,esent Lm~ ,Mo


Job Title: ~ ~ Phone Number: 239-CJ3/; ~/ 3 2.0
Bus iness Address: UJ
STREET C ITY
SJ-e /rJz 1 fJ146
STATE~
;;i_ 33161
Z IP CODE

I lave you ever served as a Board or Committee Member for the City of Fort Myers? Y~ No 0

Have you ever had your Civ il Rights removed? Yes 0 No y If yes, ha ve they been res tored? Yes 0 No 0

Please read and initia l the following statements and sign below:

I hereby give my permissio n to the C ity of Fort Myers to make investigations related to this Advisory
Board /Committee Ap~c}~ An y documen ts or records d iscovered will be public record purs uant to
Florida Stat utes 119. ~(initial s)

I am aware !hat serving on a C it y board may require filing a Statement o f Financial In terest with t he State
of Florida~_( initials)

Revised 12' 21 ;20 I 0


Pagc l of3
. AGENDA 16
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY

MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 16


WARD: All (Date & Time)
Rev ised:
[g) Regular 0 Special 0 Workshop --
Quasi-Judicial 0 Yes [g) No
0Proclamations 0Consent 0Public ~City Council 0Permission 0City D eity
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: Approve reappointment of J ohn A. MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Noland, Esquire, as Resident Trustee to the Approve.
Police Officers' Retirement System Board of
Trustees, term effective April 16, 2017,
through April 15, 2019.

FUNDING SOURCE: NJA

FISCAL IMPACT: NJA

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Reappoints a Resident Trustee to the Police Officers'


Retirement System Board of Trustees.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Police Officer s' Retirement System Board of Trustees
consists of 7 trustees, 2 of whom shall be legal residents of the City, who shall be appointed by
City Council upon nomination by the other 5 trustees. Each appointed resident trustee shall
serve for 2 years, unless he sooner vacates the office or is replaced by City Council at whose
pleasure the trustee shall serve.

The Trustees nominated John A. Noland, Esquire for reappointment effective April 16, 2017,
throu gh April 15, 20 19 . Mr. Nolan has been a Resident Trustee member on the Police Officers'
Retirement System Board of Trustees since April 16, 2001.

Continued to Next Page 0 Yes [g) No


Person Initiating Request: Lieutenant William Department: Police Pension Board
Newhouse Division:

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
I AGENDA 17
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY
MEETING DATE: April 3, 2017 AGENDA ITEM NO. 17
WARD: All Revise d : (Date & Time)
!8J Regular D Special D Workshop
Quasi-Judicial D Yes !8J No
0Proclamations Oconsent 0Public [8]City Council 0 Permission 0City D eity
& Special Hearings Comments & to Advertise Manager's Attorney's
Presentations Items for Items Items
Consideration
MOTION: A motion is not required. MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATION:
Announce citizen advisory board vacancies.

FUNDING SOURCE: N/A

FISCAL IMPACT: N/ A

WHAT ACTION ACCOMPLISHES: Notifies the public of available citizen advisory board
openings.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The citizen advisory boards have a total of 150 seats of which
113 have been appointed leaving 37 vacancies as follows:

Beautification Advisory Board Ward 3 1 regular


Ward 5 1 regular
Mayor 1 alternate

Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board Ward6 1 regular

Board of Adjustments Ward 3 1 regular

Brownfields Advisory Board Mayor 2 alternates


Ward 1 1 regular
Ward3 1 regular
WardS 1 regular

Citizens Police Review Board Mayor 1 regular


Ward 3 1 regular
Ward 4 1 regular

Code En forcement Board Mayor 1 regular


Mayor 1 alternate
Ward 3 1 regular
Ward6 1 regular

Continued to Next Page [8] Yes 0 No


Person Initiating Request: Mayor a n d City Cou ncil Department: Mayor and City Council
Division:

COUNCIL ACTION
Approved: Denied: Tabled: Conflict of Interest:
Public Hearing Removed from Consent By: Item Continued To: Public Hearing Opened: 0
Continued To: Public Hearing Closed: 0
Financial Disclosure: 0
Oath: 0
Voting Log: Brown Streets Watson Flanders Banks Anthony_ Henderson
FORT MYERS CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM SUMMARY
Backgroun d Information - Continued

Meeting Date: April 3, 2017

Agenda Item No. 17

R evised (Date & Time):

Motion: No action required.

Economic Development Advisory Board Mayor 1 alternate


Ward 3 1 regular

Fort Myers/Lee County Enterprise Zone At large 3 at large

Fort Myers Teen Advisory Council Ward 3 1 regular


Ward 5 1 regular
Historic Preservation Commission Mayor 1 regula r
Ward 3 1 regular

Local Affordable Housing Advisory Ward 3 1 regular


Committee At large 1 at large

Nuisance Abatement Board Mayor 1 regular


Mayor 1 a lternate
Ward 3 1 regular
Ward 5 1 regular
Special Even ts Advisory Board Mayor 1 regular
Mayor 1 alternate
Ward 3 1 regular

S.T.A.R.S. Management Advisory Board Mayor 1 alternate


Ward 3 1 regular

The Historical Mu seum Advisory Board has been dissolved, and no longer appears on this
listing.

Th e list of advisory board vacancies and applications are available on the City website at
www.cityftmyers.com and clicking on Government then City Boar ds or by contacting the Clerk 's
Office at (239) 321 -7035.

Page 2
STATUS OF ADVISORY BOARDS WITH TERM EXPIRATION DATES As of: April 3, 2017

BEAUTIFICATION ADVISORY BOARD ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT NUISANCE ABATEMENT BOARD


Mayor Pat Grulke 01 /19/20 ADVISORY BOARD Mayor
W1 Margie Willis 09/30/19 Mayor John Kakatsch 09/14/ 17 W 1 Dillon W iley 09/03/18
W2 Michael K. Willis 01 /21/19 W1 Orie Lee Ford 10/19/ 17 W2 Mildred Bryson 10/05/17
W3 W2 Roy Kennix 01/16/20 W3
W4 L. D . Bochette 09/30/ 17 W3 W4 Russell Schro pp 07/ 15/18
W5 W4 Joy Milliman 09/07/ 18 W5
W6 Pattie Robinson 07/31 /1 9 W5 Kenneth Pariser 01 /03119 W 6 Rocco Cavallo 06/14/18
Alt W6 Margery Metzler 12/06/18 AIt Justin Stockman 02103/19
Alt Patrick Crump 04/05/18 Alt Alt
Al t Dennis Landfried 05/15/ 19
BICYCLE AND PEDESTRIAN PLANNING BOARD
ADVISORY BOARD Mayor Laura Herrero 12106/18
FORT MYERS/LEE COUNTY ENTERPRISE
Mayor Jennifer Dorning 11/06/ 19 W1 M . Anne Dalton 09130/17
ZONE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
W1 Ryan Bell 11/0 5117 W 2 Charles T. Timmons 01 /02/20
W2 Ann Pierce 06/05/17 AtLge W3 Orie Lee Ford 02/ 16/18
W3 Vivianne Thomas 09/06/19 AtLge Rick Evanchyk 09/02/17 W 4 Stephanie Keyes 08/ 17/17
W4 Andrew Fitzgerald 02115119 AtLge Michael Titmuss 10/02/ 18 W 5 W illiam Keene 10/05/18
W5 Daniel Craig 09/15119 AtLge W6 James Ink 09130/ 18
W6 AtLge Atlge Justin Stockman 06/1 7/ 18
AIt Michael Holm 05/18117 Atlge Derrick Isaac 05130/18
AIt Michael A . Owen 02/05/20 FORT MYERS TEEN Atlge Gregg Fous 11/06/ 19
ADVISORY COUNCIL AtLge Nathan Shaw 03/02/20
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS Mayor Jayna Tobler 11/02/18
Mayor Elizabeth Kagan 09/30/ 17 W1 Melissa Baskin 09/07/17 PUBLIC ART COMMITIEE
W1 Solomon Mitchell, Jr. 03/ 14/ 18 W2 Angel Escobar 04/ 19/18 Mayor Ava Roeder 09/30/ 18
W2 Thomas W . Mclean 05131 / 19 W3 W1 Bettye Middlebrooks 07/19/ 18
W3 W4 Jesenia Tobler 07117118 W2 David Meo 10/05/ 18
W4 Roger L. Smith 09/30/17 W5 W3 Betty Adams 05/03/ 18
W5 Andrew Fitzgerald 01 / 18/19 W6 Kaitlyn Salyer 04/05/17 W 4 Robert Sanford 09/30/ 17
W6 Steven Weisberg 02/05120 W5 Sharon McAllister 09130/ 19
Alt Marvin J. Burges 08116/18 GENERAL EMPLOYEES PENSION W 6 Jared Beck 10/04/ 18
AIt Blake Bartholomew 08101 /18 PLAN BOARD OF TRUSTEES AIt Carolyn Gora 01 /02/ 18
At Lge I Dennis Pearlman I 03131 /18 Alt Patricia Collins 01/02/ 18
BROWN FIELDS ADVISORY BOARD
Mayor Roxanne Gause 10/18/18 HISTORIC PRESERVATION SPECIAL EVENTS ADVISORY BOARD
W1 COMMISSION Mayor
W2 Patricia Sala 09/ 18119 Mayor (EP) W1 Minnie Jackson 05119/ 19
W3 W1 John Podczerwinsky 09/30/17 W2 Harriet Myers 09/15119
W4 Joy Milliman 09/07/18 W2 Bradley McGrath (OP) 10/05117 W3
W5 W3 (SP ) W4 Candice Zizilas 02115/19
W6 John Hose 10/04/18 W4 Kevin Williams (OT) 11/02119 W5 Carolyn Gora 08/04/19
Alt W5 Mary Jo Walker 02117/20 W6 Barbara Vinson 10/20/17
Alt W6 Mary Regina Sabiston 09/30/18 Alt Timothy R ister 07/ 19/ 18
Alt John Joseph McKenzie 01 /02120 Alt
CITIZENS POLICE REVIEW BOARD Alt Cart Barraco. Jr. 02103/19
Mayor S.T.A.R.S. MANAGEMENT
W1 Luther Young 07/19/18 HOUSING AUTHORITY OF ADVISORY BOARD
W2 Erma J. Boyd-Dorsey 01/04/18 THE CITY OF FORT MYERS Mayor Tracy McMillion 06/ 17/18
W3 Mayor Israel Suarez 06/03118 W1 Corris Mcintosh 05101 /19
W4 Mayor Joseph D'Aiessandro 03/05118 W2 Dr. Jesse Bryson 09/ 18119
W5 Robert Wesley Votaw 07/ 19/19 Mayor Douglas Hogg 03/06/20 W3
W6 J. Blair Sanders 08/04119 Mayor Peter Routsis-Arroyo 03/05/ 18 W4 Neale Montgomery 09/30/19
Atlge Jeanne Blackman 07/18/18 Mayor Mattie S. Young 10/18/17 W5 Constance Davis 02/ 15/19
AtLge Daniel Bevarly 11/06/17 Mayor Bruce Strayhorn 10/18/17 W6 Cindy Butler 10/05117
Mayor Lemuel Teal 06/05/1 8 A It
CODE ENFORCEMENT BOARD AIt Martin Byrd 01 / 18119
Mayor LOCAL AFFORDABLE HOUSING
W1 Otto Parisho 10/03/19 ADVISORY COMMITIEE
W2 William Bailey 10/05/18 Mayor Dawn Huff 02116/ 18
W3 W1 Gayla K.-Y. Scott 08/14/19
W4 David Krupick 10/05119 W2 Carfetha Griffin 06/15/ 17
W5 Edward Howell 09/30/ 17 W3
W6 W4 Melvin Perry 06/15/ 19
AIt Pieter J. Cornet 10/06119 W5 James M. Ink 06/17118 Vacancies
Alt W6 Charles Wood 05/01 / 19 113 Appointments Approved
AtLge Shayne Richardson 11/04/ 18 ____E_ Vacancies Remaining
At Lge E. Kelly Campbell 05/18/20 150 Total Board Members
AtLge Joanne Show 09/07/ 18
At Lge Legend
DP Dean Park Historic District
F1 Financial Disclosure required DT Downtown Historic District
EP Edison