REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH
CITY COMMISSION
Tuesday, June 20, 2000, 7: 00 P. M.

The meeting was called to order at 7: 08 P. M. by Mayor Capellini on the above date in
the City Commission Room, City Hall.

Roll Call showed:
Present: Commissioner Gwyndolen Clarke-Reed
Commissioner Peggy Noland
Commissioner Amadeo Trinchitella
Vice Mayor Kathy Shaddow
Mayor Albert Capellini, P. E.

Also Present: City Attorney Charles Seaman
City Manager Larry Deetjen
City Clerk Felicia Bravo

INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
The invocation was offered by Pastor Nathaniel Knowles, Emmanuel Christian Center,
followed by the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Regular Meeting of the Commission -June 6, 2000
A motion to approve the minutes made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and was
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF BOARD MINUTES
1. Community Appearance Board -May 10, 2000
2. Community Appearance Board -May 24, 2000
3. Uniformed Civil Service Board -May 31, 2000
4. Planning and Zoning Board -May 4, 2000

The Commission acknowledged the above board minutes.

PRESENTATIONS
PASSING OF JOHN DEBELLO
The mayor offered his condolences to the family of local architect, John DeBello, who
passed away over the weekend. Mayor Capellini cited his work on the Northeast Focal
Point Center and the city's clock tower.

COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT VIDEO
There was a video with footage of the city's 75 th Anniversary celebration featuring the
American Wind Symphony Orchestra and of the Mango Festival.

BOND UPGRADE PRESENTATION BY FIRST UNION SECURITIES
Todd Holder, Craig Hunter and Lee Chase of First Union Securities, Inc. gave a
presentation announcing to the community that the City of Deerfield Beach received a
AA rating from Standard and Poors, Moody and Fitch Investment Services. They stated
it is rare that a community would receive a AA general obligation bond rating from all
three bond rating agencies and that speaks highly of our city's financial management.
Any bonds the city seeks in the capital market would have a lower amount of risk and
therefore require lower interest to be paid. The city was presented with a plaque
commemorating the AA rating.

DR. JOANNE HARRISON, NORTH AREA SUPERINTENDENT, BROWARD COUNTY
PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Commissioner Clarke-Reed introduced Dr. Harrison, who recently took over the duties
of Dr. Gail Dailey. She is the North Area Superintendent of all of the schools in the
Deerfield Beach Innovation Zone.

Dr. Harrison thanked the city for her welcome and said that the city is always
represented at school events. She believes such representation demonstrates the city's
commitment to education. She looks forward to working in partnership with the City of
Deerfield Beach.

Commissioner recognized local area principals who were in the audience.
CERTIFICATES OF APPRECIATION: BEACH BLOWOUT
The mayor gave certificates of appreciation to all who participated in the organization of
the Second Annual Beach Blowout. This festival is held to raise hazard mitigation
awareness.

CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT: FIREFIGHTER OLYMPICS
Gary Lother listed the accomplishments of the Deerfield Beach firefighters who
participated in the Firefighter Olympics this year. Each was give a certificate of
achievement.

SELECTION OF ARCHITECTURAL/ ENGINEERING TEAMS FOR PARKS AND
RECREATION IMPROVEMENTS THROUGH 1999 BOND REFERENDUM.

City Manager Larry Deetjen advised the commission that nine firms submitted request
for proposals (RFP) and a review committee from the management team selected the
top three RFPs. The first recommendation was EDSA for Pioneer Park's
improvements. Douglas Coolman, EDSA, said he has a team of consultants that will be
working on the project. The second recommendation was Carr Smith Corradino, RA.
They were selected to work on Westside Park and McKeithen Park. Rolando Llanes of
the firm said they are looking forward to working with the city. The third
recommendation was Corzo, Castella, Carballo, Thompson, Salman (C3TS). Terrance
N. Glunt, P. E. said C3TS was eager to begin the Deerfield Beach Middle School pool
project.

Commissioner Clarke-Reed added that the Broward County School Board would be
passing a $905,000.00 budgetary item for the pool at Deerfield Beach Middle School.

City Manager Deetjen announced that Dr. Harrison was receptive to supporting a
proposal from the City of Deerfield Beach. The proposal is to transfer the $905,000.00
to the city and the city would hire the contractor.

A motion to accept the staff's recommendations of the three firms listed above was
made by Commissioner Trinchitella and seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call
showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, Commissioner
Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

WRITTEN REQUEST TO ADDRESS THE COMMISSION
WOODLAKE HOMEOWNERS' ASSOCIATION SIGN
Chris Talbot, standing in for Joseph Di Carolis of the Woodlake Homeowners'
Association, asked the City Commission for permission to move the Woodlake sign from
another association's property to city-owned property. There would be less than four
feet of movement. Negotiations with the Deer Creek Master Association failed to
produce a solution that was acceptable to either side.

Vice Mayor Shaddow acknowledged that the sides could not reach an understanding
and felt there was no other choice than to allow the sign on city-owned property, as long
as the property liability releases were executed.

Mr. Talbot agreed to sign whatever the city required.
A motion to allow the sign to be moved to city property pending the execution of liability
releases as deemed by the city attorney was made by Commissioner Noland and
seconded by Vice Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

SPONSORSHIP OF THE WORLD FIRE GAMES IN FRANCE
Les Bauman discussed the possibility of the City's sponsorship of him to the World Fire
Games in France. Mr. Bauman showed a video which described the games and talked
at length about his training routine.

A motion to grant Les Bauman $3,000.00 for the World Fire Games was made by
Commissioner Noland and seconded by Vice Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS:
Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice
Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

PUBLIC HEARINGS CHANGE OF USE
UNDERGROUND REPTILES
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

Change of use -Underground Reptiles
Change of use from take out restaurant (Little Caesar Pizza Store) to pet store and
pet supplies sales at 151 N. Powerline Rd.

A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Motion to approve was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and was seconded by
Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor
Capellini. NAYS: None.

TUBTEN KUNGA CENTER FOR WISDOM CULTURE
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:
Change of use -Tubten Kunga Center for Wisdom Culture
Change of use from retail store (English Rose Antique) to personal service
recreation at 835 SE 8 th Avenue.

A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Motion to approve was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and was seconded by
Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor
Capellini. NAYS: None.

SIR SPEEDY
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

Change of use -Sir Speedy
Change of use from carpet store (Supreme Carpet Company) to print shop at
1464 S. Federal Hwy, Suite 4

A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Motion to approve was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and was seconded by
Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor
Capellini. NAYS: None.

DIABETES INFORMATION AND SUPPLY CENTER, INC.
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

Change of use -Diabetes Information and Supply Center, Inc.
Change of use from dental lab (Miller Dental Lab) to mail order of diabetic
supplies at 318 SE 15 th Avenue.
A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Motion to approve was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and was seconded by
Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor
Capellini. NAYS: None.

PUBLIC HEARINGS
CREATION OF DEERFIELD BEACH HOUSING AUTHORITY ORGANIZATION
ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

ORDINANCE NO. 2000/ 018
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH CREATING A COMMUNITY HOUSING DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION;
ESTABLISHING COMPOSITION, TERMS, AND AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR
CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; PROVIDING
FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE

No one came forward to speak.
A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Noland and seconded
by Vice Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor
Capellini. NAYS: None.

Commissioner Clarke-Reed asked if the CHDO would only be used in the CRA.
City Manager Deetjen responded that was this was what the statute required in order for
us to proceed.

Motion to approve was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and was seconded by
Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor
Capellini. NAYS: None.

AMENDING NON-UNIFORM RETIREMENT PENSION BOARD
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

ORDINANCE NO. 2000/ 019
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING SECTION 54-161( a), DIVISION 2. RETIREMENT
COMMITTEE, RELATING TO ADMINISTRATION OF PLAN; APPOINTMENT
AND TERMS OF MEMBERS; CONTAINING A PROVISION FOR INCLUSION IN
THE CITY CODE; CONTAINING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; CONTAINING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE

No one came forward to speak.
A motion to close the public hearing was made Commissioner Clarke-Reed by and
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Vice Mayor Shaddow questioned why the change was necessary.
Mayor Capellini speculated that it was to clean up the ordinance.
Vice Mayor Shaddow continued by asking if the former Deerfield Beach police officers
were supposed to be in the non-uniform employee pension plan.

Finance Director David Bok came forward to explain that we have seven civilian
employees who used to be with our police force. It is actually stating that no one is not
a participant in the plan.

Motion to approve was made by Commissioner Noland and was seconded by Vice
Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner
Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS:
None.

SET DATE FOR REFERENDUM FOR LEASE OF PROPERTY TO FLORIDA
ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

ORDINANCE NO. 2000/ 020
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH PROVIDING FOR A REFERENDUM ELECTION PURSUANT TO CITY 7
CHARTER SECTION 7.09( 2) FOR AUTHORIZATION TO LEASE ALL OR A
PORTION OF THE PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH
FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, ALONG I-95,
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED HEREIN, TO THE FLORIDA ATLANTIC
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FOR THE PURPOSES OF
BUILDING AND OPERATING A RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT/ OFFICE PARK;
SEEKING AUTHORIZATION TO LEASE SAID PROPERTY FOR 99 YEARS AT A
FEE OF ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR; SETTING A REFERENDUM ELECTION FOR
SEPTEMBER 5, 2000; CONTAINING AN EFFECTIVE DATE

No one came forward to speak.
Mayor Capellini explained that it was necessary to hold a referendum because of the
Save Our Beach petition initiative, which requires the city to hold a referendum if a
property is leased to another entity.

City Manager Deetjen said that the city would enter into a developer's agreement with
FAU and it will include a site plan as an exhibit. He thought the agreement would be
ready in August or September.

A motion to close the public hearing was made Commissioner Clarke-Reed by and
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Motion to approve was made by Commissioner Trinchitella and was seconded by Vice
Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner
Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS:
None.

RAISE EMS TRANSPORTATION FEE SCHEDULE
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

ORDINANCE NO. 2000/ 022
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1999/ 009 WHICH PROVIDED FOR
FEES FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES; PROVIDING THAT
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES FOR TRANSPORT OF PATIENTS BY THE CITY
SHALL BE UNDERTAKEN BY ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT SERVICE (ALS)
VEHICLES; CONTAINING PROVISIONS WITH REGARD TO PROVISION OF SAID
SERVICES BY THE CITY; CONTAINING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; CONTAINING
A PROVISION FOR INCLUSION IN THE CITY CODE; CONTAINING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
Commissioner Noland informed the commission that the city did not try to collect above
what insurance covers,

City Manager Deetjen said that the fee increase is to allow the city to charge a higher
rate to Medicaid and Medicare as allowed by federal law. He added that the increase
did not cover the entire cost of the service. Indigents are not pursued for payment.

A motion to close the public hearing was made Commissioner Clarke-Reed by and
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Motion to approve was made by Commissioner Noland and was seconded by
Commissioner Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor
Capellini. NAYS: None.

QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS
APPLICATION 99-RM25-58 REVISION 1, SOUTH FLORIDA BEACH PROPERTIES,
LLC

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

Modification of an existing site plan to change architectural features and floor plans and
to reduce the number of units from 61 to 56 located at 2050 S. E. 2 nd Street.

Legally advertised Sun-Sentinel -June 11, 2000
Director of Planning and Growth Management Jerry Ferguson advised the commission
that the staff report was in their packet and it was approved by the Community
Appearance Board and the Planning and Zoning Board. Staff recommended approval.
The applicant agreed to meet all departmental requirements.

Dennis Mele, on behalf of the applicant, reminded the commission that the site plan had
been approved last fall with three variances. The Land Development Code (LDC) was
amended earlier this year to remove the floor/ area ratio and the change the pool
setback requirement. The only variance that is now needed is the setback variance, as
the two other original variance requests are moot issues due to the change in the LDC.
The reduction in the amount of units was based on the market's request for larger units.
He stated that the city was being sued by a neighboring complex and that his client
joined the suit. He added a letter into the record, which was given to the Planning and
Growth Management Director by the City Clerk for incorporation into the file. Mr. Mele
described the site plan and the changes. Landscaping and pavers were added to hide
the garage and the building was terraced on the east elevation. The townhomes face
2 nd and 3 rd Avenues with a green space in the front. The courtyard has new hardscape
and landscaping.

Robert Eisen, representing Mr. Cornelius and Ms. Yarnell, own condominiums in the
Kinsale complex to the northeast of this building. The Kinsale building received two
variances at the time of its approval for the height and setback requirements. Mr. Eisen
explained that the buildings should be 60 feet apart, but will be 15 feet apart if the
building is constructed. The proposed building is significantly different from the one
approved last fall. He claimed the building only had one stepback and the side facing
Kinsale had none. The overall floor area was increased by approximately 8%. He
asked that the variance not be approved because of the impact it would have on the
Kinsale property.

Anna Cottrell, planner, spoke on behalf of the Kinsale property owners. She offered her
credentials and resume to the commission. She was hired by Mr. Eisen to form a
conclusion as to the possible impact of this development on the Kinsale property. She
concluded that given the size, placement, configuration, and design of the project, it is
not compatible with Kinsale and will create an adverse impact effecting the enjoyment
and use of the condominium. The development barely meets the minimum green space
requirement and the placement of the open space is internal to the project. The building
presents more mass and bulk, thus the building will look as though it is towering over
Kinsale.

Dennis Mele rebutted Ms. Cottrell's comments by stating that code compliance is all that
counts, not the application of sound planning principals as she suggests. The task of
the reviewing the site plan is to ensure that the code is followed and the planning
principals must be addressed by the comprehensive plan. The comprehensive plan
should take into account the relationship between properties, the land development
code should take into account those relationships and then the code applied to site
plans. His client has complied with the code save the one variance that was requested.
Furthermore, based on the comments made by Ms. Cottrell, it appears that the site plan
she reviewed was prior to the corrections suggested by staff.

Vice Mayor Shaddow asked if the revised plan had changes in the setbacks.
Mr. Mele replied there were no changes.
A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

A motion to approve was made by Commissioner Trinchitella and seconded by
Commissioner Vice Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.
APPLICATION 00-RSO-15 AND CASE NO. 1716; SIX JONESES FAMILY LTD.
PARTNERSHIP BY JACK HAWK

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

To construct a 9,300 square-foot office building; AND Seeking a VARIANCE from the
provisions of Section 98-52( d)( 3) of the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code to
allow a 9,300 square-foot one-story building rather than 2,500 square-feet as allowed by
Code; AND seeking a VARIANCE from the provisions of Section 98-80( b)( 1) to allow a
5-foot wide landscape buffer along S. E. 6 th Avenue rather than a 10-foot wide
landscape buffer as required by Code; AND seeking a VARIANCE from Section 98-
52( f)( 1) to allow the building to be set back 18.33 feet from the front property line rather
than 29.37 feet as required by Code at 650 East Hillsboro Boulevard.

Legally advertised Sun-Sentinel -June 11, 2000
Director Ferguson stated that the variance was needed because the parcel is deeper on
one side than the other. The LDC calls for either a landscape buffer or a wall. The
applicant would prefer landscape. The proposed use is doctors' offices. The parking
meets all requirements.

Jack Hawk said its use would be less intense that what could be built on the parcel.
The want it to be a professional building. It is consistent with the architecture in the
RSO district. The turnaround could have been a curb cut. The building has a walkway
through the center instead of being two separate buildings. Two four-story buildings
could have been located on the site, but Mr. Hawk believed this building would be more
attractive.

Commissioner Noland asked if there was an entrance and exit on 6 th Street.
Mr. Hawk responded that there was just one on the south end.
Marilyn Page voiced concern about the children who attend the Deerfield Beach
Elementary School. She believes that the building will block the view of those trying to
turn onto Hillsboro Boulevard from 7 th Street. She believes that doctors' offices are an
intensive use and produce traffic.

A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Commissioner Noland's concern is that the building contain doctors' offices. She
believes the use will contribute to traffic congestion. Having said that, she believes the
building's use is less intensive than it could be otherwise. The building should have a
wall. She asked if the city could limit the amount of doctors practicing in the building.

Mr. Ferguson replied that the city does regulate the amount based on the parking
requirements. The city allows only four parking spaces per doctor.

Vice Mayor Shaddow suggested reconfiguring the road so that a right-hand turn lane
could be added to 6 th Street. This way there would be a dedicated lane for traffic going
north to the school and a dedicated lane to the traffic going east. This would eliminate
unnecessary stacking of vehicles.

Mayor Capellini asked if the intensity of use would change if there were two buildings.
Mr. Ferguson answered no.
Mayor Capellini said that the builder could comply with the code and then the
commission would have no say in the site plan.

Commissioner Clarke-Reed stated that to remedy the traffic situation, the city might
have to use some of the building's property.

Vice Mayor Shaddow responded that the right-of-way could be used.
Mr. Hawk advised that the variance was for the turnaround only. He suggested
eliminating the turnaround. He added that the building would be for up to four doctors,
but it might not be leased to doctors.

A motion to approve with a wall and to eliminate the turnaround was made by Vice
Mayor Shaddow and seconded by Commissioner Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS:
Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice
Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Mayor Capellini left the dais at 9: 04 PM.
APPLICATION 96-B1-131 REVISION 1 MCDONALD'S CORPORATION BY CLARK
BRIDGMAN

Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

To construct a 4,053 square-foot fast-food restaurant with drive-through at 1051 South
Military Trail.

Legally advertised Sun-Sentinel -June 11, 2000
Mr. Ferguson explained that the outparcel would contain the McDonald's and the
entrances and exits to the property would not be changed. The applicant agreed to all
of the departmental requirements. The site plan was reviewed by the Community
Appearance Board and the Planning and Zoning Board. Both boards approved the site
plan.

Mayor Capellini in at 9: 12 PM.
Bonnie Miskel, on behalf of McDonald's, recapped the project and stated it complied
with code and the B1 zoning designation. Ms. Miskel advised that the site plan met the
parking requirements because three spaces would be utilized from the plaza's surplus
and the plan exceeded the landscaping requirements. A traffic study was prepared and
the study concluded that the restaurant would have minimal impact on the traffic
congestion. The CAB had one concern about the building's colors. McDonald's is
reverting to their old color scheme and architectural characteristics. The main concern
of the CAB was that there may be glare off of the red metal roof due to the light beams.
McDonald's agreed to use a matte paint to eliminate this problem.

Mr. Ferguson advised that the traffic study was requested by the Planning and Zoning
Board.

Commissioner Noland was surprised that the CAB approved the color scheme of red,
yellow and white.

Mr. Ferguson advised the commission that the CAB thought the colors matched the
colors of the plaza. They did not think the two were incompatible.

Commissioner Clarke-Reed asked why the color scheme had changed and stated she
did not like the colors. She found the red offensive.

City Manager Deetjen concurred with Commissioner Clarke-Reed's statements.
Parkland did not have these colors on their McDonald's restaurants. The colors in that
city compliment those of the adjacent plazas.

Ms. Miskel responded that the proposed colors did match those of the plaza.
Rod Finer, representing Wendy's Hamburgers, spoke in opposition to the site plan
stating that the plan did not meet the code due to restrictive covenants on the property.
He distributed a grant of easement for ingress and egress which prohibited another fast-food
restaurant from operating in the plaza.

Mayor Capellini told Mr. Finer that any violations of the restrictive covenant were a
private matter between Regency and Wendy's. He suggested that Mr. Finer take this
matter to court to be resolved.
Vice Mayor Shaddow added that the commission would not debate this issue, as it is a
matter for the courts to adjudicate.

A motion to close the public hearing was made by Vice Mayor Shaddow was seconded
by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor
Capellini. NAYS: None.

Commissioner Trinchitella inquired about the hours of operation, specifically if the
restaurant would be open 24 hours.

The applicant replied that the hours would be from 7 AM to 10 PM.
Commissioner Trinchitella told Ms. Miskel that they would not have an egress on SW
10 th Street.

Ms. Miskel said the access was not being changed. They agreed at the Planning and
Zoning Board to provide directional signage to route traffic to Military Trail.

Commissioner Trinchitella asked about the scrubbers.
The applicant is using charcoal filters that will be inside the ventilation system.
Richard Conklin, Century Village, complained about the traffic in the area. He
requested that the commission not approve more restaurants in the area, because there
are enough already in the plaza.

Mayor Capellini explained that the commission could not prohibit permitted uses in a
given zoning district.

Larry Shebroe, Century Village, also expressed concern about increased traffic
congestion.

Another motion to close the public hearing was made by Vice Mayor Shaddow was
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

Bonnie Miskel said the traffic study demonstrated that only one car every six or seven
minutes would be entering from SW 10 Street. This will not exacerbate the situation.
She reiterated her case about the color scheme.

The commission agreed that the color scheme needed to be revisited by McDonald's
and changed.
Ms. Miskel offered to return to CAB to change the red color in order to move forward
with permitting.

City Manager Deetjen insisted that large corporations have acquiesced to communities
throughout South Florida and the United States. He did not believe it would be a
hardship on McDonald's to change the colors of the building to compliment the plaza.

Vice Mayor Shaddow suggested that the new color scheme be brought to the City
Manager for his approval.

A motion to approve contingent upon the color scheme being changed to more
complimentary colors as seen fit by City Manager Deetjen was made by Vice Mayor
Shaddow and seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS:
Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, and Vice Mayor Shaddow. NAYS:
Commissioner Trinchitella and Mayor Capellini.

APPLICATION 96-B1-131 REVISION 2, WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

To construct a 4,958 square-foot bank building with drive-through facility located at
1031 South Military Trail.

Legally advertised Sun-Sentinel -June 11, 2000
Jerry Ferguson stated that the applicant complied with all of the departmental
requirements.

Martin Sharp, speaking for the applicant, said the building would have a Mediterranean
theme.

A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was
seconded by Commissioner Trinchitella. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and
Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

A motion to approve was made by Commissioner Trinchitella and seconded by Vice
Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner
Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS:
None.

APPLICATION 00-B1-149; CCS BUILDING CORP. #1, INC. BY DONALD G.
PAUSTIAN
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

To construct a 2,700 square-foot check-cashing store at 15 West Hillsboro Boulevard.
Legally advertised Sun-Sentinel -June 11, 2000
Mayor Capellini abstained from the discussion due to a conflict of interest.
Mr. Ferguson stated the site plan was approved by the Community Appearance Board.
He reminded the commission that this use was no longer permitted in this zoning
category, but the commission granted the property owner a vested rights determination.
The Planning and Zoning Board questioned the validity of the vested rights
determination and voted 6 -4 that the application be denied. The site plan complies
with all other code requirements.

Susan Motley, on behalf of the applicant, acknowledged that there was public
opposition at the Planning and Zoning Board meeting and wanted to address the issues
that were raised at that meeting. She recapped at length the events leading up to this
hearing. Tonight they are seeking site plan approval. Three royal palms would be
planted along Hillsboro Boulevard and an oak tree would be preserved. She further
described the landscaping and building improvements. She added that the signage
would be limited to one sign on the building. She said the Planning and Zoning Board
questioned the vested rights determination.

A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Noland was seconded
by Commissioner Trinchitella. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, and Vice Mayor Shaddow NAYS:
None.

Commissioner Noland reviewed the Planning and Zoning Board minutes and
respectfully disagreed with their opinion. Mr. Hauser invested in the community by
purchasing the property and has acted in good faith.

Vice Mayor Shaddow asked about the size of the existing Check Cashing Store.
Marshall Davis, Vice President of the Check Cashing Store, testified that the current
space was 900 square feet.

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Noland failed for lack of second.
A motion to deny was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed and seconded by
Commissioner Trinchitella. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed and
Commissioner Trinchitella. NAYS: Commissioner Noland and Vice Mayor Shaddow.
Motion failed because it was a tie vote.
Vice Mayor Shaddow in an effort to gain consensus reviewed the merits of the site plan:
no variances were requested and the building would be owner occupied. She asked for
a legitimate basis for denial.

Susan Motley offered to add more landscaping if that was the desire of the commission.
She also pleaded with Commissioner Trinchitella to support the site plan.

Commissioner Noland supported the project because it the premises would be owner
occupied, which usually resulted in better property upkeep.

Vice Mayor Shaddow added the city could not deny the application because the
commission disapproved of check cashing stores. The commission granted vested
rights and the owner has the right to put the check cashing store on the property.

Susan Motley assured the commission that appropriate landscaping would be in place
and that no additional signage would be on the property or in the building's windows.
Ms. Motley made a firm commitment to the City Commission that no additional signage
would be added at a later date.

A motion to approve as long as no advertisement would be in the windows was made
by Commissioner Noland and seconded by Vice Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed:
YEAS: Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella and Vice Mayor Shaddow.
NAYS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed.

Commissioner Trinchitella left the chamber at 10: 10.
APPLICATION 00-B3-81 SUNSHINE STORAGE, INC. BY J. W. SCHMALZ
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

To construct a 6,975 square-foot six-unit warehouse building located at 801 South
Deerfield Avenue.

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Mr. Ferguson said the site plan was approved by the Community Appearance Board
and the Planning and Zoning Board.

Bill Schmaltz, applicant, advised the commission that he owned the property, met all of
the requirements and complied with all departmental requests.

A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Noland was seconded
by Commissioner Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.
A motion to approve was made by Commissioner Noland and seconded by Vice Mayor
Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland,
Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

SIGN VARIANCE CASE NO. 556 CORPORATE EXPRESS
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

Seeking a VARIANCE from the provisions of Section 102-8( c)( 1) of the Deerfield Beach
Land Development Code in order to allow a freestanding monument sign which will be
located 13 feet from another freestanding monument sign rather than 100 feet as
required by Code at 1096 East Newport Center Drive.

Legally advertised Sun-Sentinel -June 11, 2000
A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Noland was seconded
by Vice Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

A motion to approve was made by Commissioner Noland and seconded by Vice Mayor
Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland,
Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

SIGN VARIANCE CASE NO. 557; MARINA ONE
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

Seeking a VARIANCE from the provisions of Section 102-8( c)( 2) of the Deerfield Beach
Land Development Code in order to allow a sign on a side of a building which does not
front on a street and for said sign to be 180 square feet in size rather than 100 square
feet as allowed by Code 609 North Federal Highway

Legally advertised Sun-Sentinel -June 11, 2000
A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Noland was seconded
by Vice Mayor Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

A motion to approve was made by Commissioner Noland and seconded by Vice Mayor
Shaddow. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland,
Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.
SIGN VARIANCE CASE NO. 558 MARINA ONE
Mayor Capellini advised this was the time and place scheduled for a public hearing on
the following:

Seeking a VARIANCE from the provisions of Section 102-9 of the Deerfield Beach Land
Development Code in order to allow a freestanding monument sign structure which will
be 56 square feet in size rather than 25 square feet with a sign face which will be 23
square feet rather than 15 square feet as allowed by Code at 609 North Federal
Highway.

Legally advertised Sun-Sentinel -June 11, 2000
A motion to close the public hearing was made by Commissioner Clarke-Reed was
seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

A motion to approve was made by Commissioner Noland and seconded by
Commissioner Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

GENERAL ITEMS
AGREEMENT WITH SMART -LITE, COMPANY
The City Manager sought authorization to allow the City Attorney and him to begin
negotiations for an agreement with Smart -LITE, Company for signs.

Mayor Capellini commented that the city did not have to keep the signs after their
installation if the commission decided they did not like them.

A motion to authorize negotiation for an agreement was made by Vice Mayor Shaddow
and seconded by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner
Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, Commissioner Trinchitella, Vice Mayor Shaddow,
and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT CASE 1712: ALAN J. GOLDBERG
The City Commission reviewed the decision of the Board of Adjustment relating to Case
1712: Alan J. Goldberg. The applicant sought a variance from the provisions of
Section 98-87( c)( 1) of the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code in order to install a
boat lift which will extend 18 feet into the waterway rather than 15 feet as allowed by
Code. The property is described as Lot 3, Block 1 of PIRATES COVE, located at 461
S. E. 18 th Avenue. It was approved by the BOA on May 25, 2000.
A motion to uphold the decision of the BOA made by Vice Mayor Shaddow was
seconded by Commissioner Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner
Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS:
None.

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT CASE 1713: PATRICIA JONES
The City Commission reviewed the decision of the Board of Adjustment relating to Case
1713: Patricia Jones. The applicant sought a variance from the provisions of Section
98-75 of the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code in order to allow a fence which
will be located 1 foot from the "front" (street) property line rather than 25 feet as required
by Code. The property is described as Lot 16, Block 5 of AMBASSADOR PARK,
located at 1371-1373 S. E. 6 th Avenue. It was approved by the BOA on May 25, 2000.

A motion to uphold the decision of the BOA made by Vice Mayor Shaddow was
seconded by Commissioner Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner
Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS:
None.

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT CASE 1715: JAY FOX
The City Commission reviewed the decision of the Board of Adjustment relating to Case
1715: Jay Fox. The applicant sought a variance from the provisions of Section 98-75 of
the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code in order to allow a fence which will be
located 2 feet from the street side (corner) property line rather than 15 feet as required
by Code. The property is described as Lot 12, Block 7 of CORAL MANOR FOURTH
ADDITION, located at 321 S. E. 4 th Street. It was approved by the BOA on May 25,
2000.

A motion to uphold the decision of the BOA made by Vice Mayor Shaddow was
seconded by Commissioner Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner
Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS:
None.

APPEAL OF BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT CASE NO. 1714: MARK POREMBA BY
MICHAEL MORRISON, MORRISON BUILDERS, INC.

The City Commission reviewed an appeal of a denial by the Board of Adjustment
relating to Case No. 1714: Mark Poremba by Michael Morrison, Morrison Builders, Inc.
The applicant sought a variance from the provisions of Section 98-87( c)( 1) of the
Deerfield Beach Land Development Code in order to install a boat lift which will extend
19 feet into the waterway rather than 15 feet as allowed by Code. Property is described
as Lot 2, Block 70 of THE COVE 5 TH SECTION, located at 905 S. E. 11 th Street. It was
denied by the BOA on May 25, 2000.
Commissioner Noland adamantly opposed allowing individuals to build a structure that
would require a variance and then seek approval after the fact. She continued that the
Kingfisher Canal was to be dredged thereby solving the problem of shallow water at the
dock. The only reason she would consider allow the dock to remain at 19 feet would be
that it is the point lot at the end of the canal.

Vice Mayor Shaddow stated on the one hand the commission did not want to penalize
those who did not get a permit, but on the other hand, did not want to approve items
which require a variance after the structure was built. She rhetorically asked if the
commission would consider this application if the dock was not built. Vice Mayor
Shaddow reiterated Commissioner Noland's point about this being a moot issue once
the canal was dredged. If it were a condition of the property that could not be altered,
then it would be appropriate to grant a variance. This is not the case under these
circumstances.

A motion to uphold the denial by the BOA made by Vice Mayor Shaddow was seconded
by Commissioner Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed,
Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow, and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

AGREEMENT WITH KEITH & ASSOCIATES
Authorization was requested to allow the City Manager and City Attorney to enter into
agreement with Keith & Associates for the design and reconfiguration of the intersection
of 10 th Street and Federal Highway.

A motion to approve made by Vice Mayor Shaddow was seconded by Commissioner
Noland. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland,
and Vice Mayor Shaddow. NAYS: None.

CONSENT AGENDA
AMEND SIGN ORDINANCE RELATING TO POLITICAL SIGNS
ORDINANCE NO. 2000/ 022
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1999/ 009 WHICH PROVIDED FOR FEES
FOR EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES; PROVIDING THAT EMERGENCY
MEDICAL SERVICES FOR TRANSPORT OF PATIENTS BY THE CITY SHALL BE
UNDERTAKEN BY ADVANCED LIFE SUPPORT SERVICE (ALS) VEHICLES;
CONTAINING PROVISIONS WITH REGARD TO PROVISION OF SAID SERVICES
BY THE CITY; CONTAINING A SEVERABILITY CLAUSE; CONTAINING A
PROVISION FOR INCLUSION IN THE CITY CODE; CONTAINING AN EFFECTIVE
DATE R> Vice Mayor Shaddow asked why we were removing paragraph (I), which would
eliminate the city's ability to remove improperly placed signs.

Assistant City Attorney Seaman responded that he was unsure what the problem was
with that particular paragraph, but the revisions as a whole were to address possible
constitutional challenges that might arise due to an over-restrictive political sign
ordinance.

Commissioner Clarke-Reed suggested that the Commission wait until the second
reading on August 1, 2000 and ask the City Attorney any questions they might have at
that time.

All concurred.
A motion to set the public hearing date for August 1, 2000 made by Commissioner
Noland was seconded by Commissioner Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS:
Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow and Mayor
Capellini. NAYS: None.

CITY HALL CAMPUS IMPROVEMENTS
RESOLUTION NO. 2000/ 099
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A
CONTRACT WITH DITOCCO KONSTRUCTION, INC. FOR PROJECT NO. 10986-P,
FOR CITY HALL CAMPUS IMPROVEMENTS, FOR THE CONTRACT PRICE OF
$19,708.25, AND SPECIFYING THE FUNDS THEREFORE

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Noland was seconded by Commissioner
Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner
Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

HILLSBORO COMMONS, LLC EASEMENT AGREEMENT
RESOLUTION NO. 2000/ 100
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH AUTHORIZING THE MAYOR TO ENTER INTO AN EASEMENT
AGREEMENT WITH HILLSBORO COMMONS, LLC FOR THE PURPOSE OF
CONSTRUCTING IMPROVEMENTS ON AN EXISTING TWO STORY OFFICE
BUILDING LOCATED ON HILLSBORO COMMONS PROPERTY WHICH WILL
ENCROACH ONTO CITY PROPERTY
A motion to approve made by Commissioner Noland was seconded by Commissioner
Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner
Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

LANDSCAPING PIONEER PARK
RESOLUTION NO. 2000/ 101
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A
CONTRACT WITH SOUTHEAST CATTLE COMPANY, INC. FOR INSTALLATION OF
LANDSCAPE AND SOD AT THE PIONEER PARK ROLLER HOCKEY RINK (RFP
#1999-00/ 09), FOR THE CONTRACT PRICE OF $29,495.48, AND SPECIFYING
THE FUNDS THEREFORE

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Noland was seconded by Commissioner
Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner
Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

AWARD CONTRACT TO JAMES JOYCE CONSTRUCTION AND TOMMIE B. BUTTS,
JR. ENTERPRISES, INC.

RESOLUTION NO. 2000/ 102
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A
CONTRACT WITH JAMES JOYCE CONSTRUCTION AND TOMMIE B. BUTTS JR.
ENTERPRISES, INC. FOR MINOR HOME REPAIRS OF PRIVATELY OWNED
HOMES IN THE CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH, FOR THE CONTRACT PRICE OF
$229,684.00, AND SPECIFYING THE FUNDS THEREFORE

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Noland was seconded by Commissioner
Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner
Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

CONTRACT EXTENSION TO ATLANTIC-FLORIDA EAST COAST FERTILIZER AND
CHEMICAL, INC.

RESOLUTION NO. 2000/ 103
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH AUTHORIZING THE PROPER CITY OFFICIALS TO ENTER INTO A
CONTRACT WITH ATLANTIC-FLORIDA EAST COAST FERTILIZER & CHEMICAL,
INC., FOR THE PURCHASE OF 15-3-13 TURF FERTILIZER, PURSUANT TO THE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE BROWARD GOVERNMENTAL COOPERATIVE
PURCHASING GROUP BID B-99-77, FOR A TOTAL COST OF $33,000.00, AND
SPECIFYING THE FUNDS THEREFORE

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Noland was seconded by Commissioner
Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner
Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

FLORIDA POWER AND LIGHT FIBERNET AGREEMENT
RESOLUTION NO. 2000/ 104
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DEERFIELD
BEACH AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO ENTER INTO A REVOCABLE
INTERIM AGREEMENT WITH FPL FIBERNET, LLC FOR USE OF CITY'S RIGHTS-OF-
WAY AND EASEMENTS FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES

Assistant City Attorney Seaman advised the Commission that the fiber network would
be laid in the swale, not under the street. They will not dig trenches, but will dig a
horizontal bore into the swale.

Commissioner Clarke-Reed requested any torn up sod be replaced.
Dan Taylor, attorney for FPL FiberNet, said they would make a directional bore in a
horizontal line, which will cause minimal damage to the grass in the swale areas. Any
grass that is removed would be replaced by FPL FiberNet.

A motion to approve made by Commissioner Noland was seconded by Commissioner
Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner Clarke-Reed, Commissioner
Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow and Mayor Capellini. NAYS: None.

ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS AND CITY MANAGER COMMENTS
None

COMMENTS BY MAYOR AND COMMISSIONERS
NEW LIFE CHURCH SIGN
Commissioner Noland reported that City is constantly removing the New Life Church
sign. The church has the permission from Seawood Builders to have the sign on their
property and yet the sign is still removed by City employees.

Vice Mayor Shaddow advised that the sign was faded after years of weathering and
was painted. The sign, now visible, was cited by Code Enforcement for not having the
permission of the owner. New Life Church produced the permission and the sign
disappeared. Public Works had removed the sign of their own volition. The church filed
a police report, thinking the sign was stolen. The church spent $200.00 to replace the
sign, but now they have two since the city gave the one it took back to the church. Vice
Mayor Shaddow asked if the city could compensate the church with $200.00 or allow
them to place the second sign somewhere.

Commissioner Noland made a motion to give the New Life Church $200.00, which was
seconded by Commissioner Clarke-Reed. Roll call showed: YEAS: Commissioner
Clarke-Reed, Commissioner Noland, Vice Mayor Shaddow and Mayor Capellini.
NAYS: None.

MANGO FESTIVAL
Commissioner Clarke-Reed thanked everyone who participated in the Mango Festival.
It was an enormous success. The ball was a sold out event. She thanked all of the
departments involved with the success of the festival.

SUMMER SCHOOL
Commissioner Noland asked residents to be careful while driving of children attending
summer school.

SWIMMING LESSONS
Commissioner Noland urged all parents to sign their children up for swimming lessons
in order to prevent drowning. Interested people should call Community Services.

75 TH ANNIVERSARY BIRTHDAY PARTY
Commissioner Noland thanked everyone who came out to celebrate the City's 75 th
anniversary.

PUBLIC TO BE HEARD
ADJOURNMENT
The meeting was adjourned at 10: 40 PM

ALBERT R. CAPELLINI, P. E., MAYOR
Attest:
FELICIA M. BRAVO, CITY CLERK 26