Regular City Commission Meeting
Tuesday, April 9, 2002 7: 00 p. m.

CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL
INVOCATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Pastor George Bowles, Bread of Life Christian Center
APPROVED APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES

1. Regular City Commission Meeting -March 19, 2002
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF BOARD MINUTES
1. Community Appearance Board February 20, 2002 2. Municipal Firefighters' Pension Trust Fund March 1, 2002
3. Community Redevelopment Agency February 27, 2002 4. Beach Advisory Committee (RAC) March 4, 18, 25, 2002

APPROVED APPROVAL OF THE AGENDA
April 9, 2002
PRESENTATION
1. Community Improvements Video 2. Recognition of Deputy Frank Wear, Broward Sheriff's Office
3. Proclamation in observance of Earth Day, April 22, 2002 presented by Mayor Capellini to be accepted by Cheryl Miller, Solid Waste, Recycling Specialist
4. Mayor Capellini to address the City Commission on "Redistricting Plans before the State Legislature."
5. Mayor Capellini to address the City Commission regarding North Oceanfront boardwalk and redevelopment. 1
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WRITTEN REQUEST TO ADDRESS THE COMMISSION
TABLED UNTIL APRIL 23, 2002
1. Harry Ameen, 523 NE 8 Avenue, objecting to closure of NE 4 th Street, to

include two petitions with 21 signatures
RECOMMENDED THAT THE MANGO FESTIVAL COMMITTEE CONDUCT SURVEY OF LOCAL BUSINESSES AND REPORT BACK TO THE COMMISSION.
2. (2-1) Suzi Daines, 10 SE 14 Court , (2-2) Joyce Dunn, 102 SE 14 Court, and (2-3) Brad Chalker, 1300 S Deerfield Avenue, objecting to the

relocation of the Mango Festival from Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. to Dixie Highway

PUBLIC HEARINGS -CHANGE OF USE
APPROVED 1. P. H. 2002-197: Applicant: C& J Furniture Imports

COMMENTS: Location: 1577 SW 1 st Way, #E3 Proposed Use: import/ export furniture
Previous Use: wholesale (Lenora Unlimited)
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
APPROVED 2. P. H. 2002-198: Applicant: Creative Designs by Lori Ann

COMMENTS: Location: 167 NE 2 nd Ave. Proposed Use: seamstress for window treatments and upholstery
Previous Use: antiques (Trader Bob's Antiques)
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
APPROVED 3. P. H. 2002-199: Applicant: Prescriptions Plus, Inc.

COMMENTS: Location: 61 NE 3 rd Ave. Proposed Use: mail order respiratory pharmacy
Previous Use: business office (Canario & Company)
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission 2
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PUBLIC HEARINGS -CHANGE OF USE -CONTINUED APPROVED
4. P. H. 2002-200: Applicant: Brazil Express & Communications
COMMENTS: Location: 1664 W Hillsboro Blvd. Proposed Use: cellular phones & communication services
Previous Use: travel agency (American Airlines)
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
APPROVED 5. P. H. 2002-201: Applicant: Unlimited Cars, Inc.

COMMENTS: Location: 109 SE 3 rd Ct., #9 Proposed Use: wholesale and export of vehicles
Previous Use: lawn maintenance (Diversified Outdoor Services, Inc.)
APPROVED 6. P. H. 2002-202: Applicant: Big Game Marine

COMMENTS: Location: 1311 SW 1 st Way Proposed Use: boat repair
Previous Use: warehousing & storage (First Strike Fulfillment)
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission

APPROVED 7. P. H. 2002-203: Applicant: Alterations by Marilea

COMMENTS: Location: 620 S Federal Hwy. Proposed Use: alterations
Previous Use: second hand clothes (Perfect Past)
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
PUBLIC HEARINGS
TABLED UNTIL APRIL 23, 2002 8. P. H. 2002/ 193 -CASE NO. 1805
Applicant: KENNETH S. GEGERSON, D. M. D.
COMMENTS: Proposal: Seeking a TECHNICAL DEVIATION for four (4) parking spaces in accordance with the provisions of Section 98-88 (q)( ii) of
the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code. Location: 1644 W Hillsboro Boulevard.

ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission 3
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PUBLIC HEARINGS -CONTINUED
ITEMS 9-27 WERE NOT ADDRESSED BY THE COMMISSION DUE TO THE LENGTH DISCUSSION ON ITEMS 13 AND ITEM 2 WRITTEN

REQUEST. TO BE CONTINUED DATE UNCERTAIN.
9. Ordinance 2002/ -An Ordinance amending Section 14-1 of the City Code relative to adoption of the South Florida Building Code; and
amending said provision to adopt the Florida Building Code.
COMMENTS: An Ordinance amending Section 14-1 of the City Code relative to the adoption of the South Florida Building Code, amending said provision

to indicate that the City has adopted the Florida Building Code.
ACTION: Commission to vote on Ordinance
10. Ordinance 2002/ -An Ordinance amending the Deerfield Beach Municipal Police Retirement Trust

COMMENTS: An Ordinance amending the Deerfield Beach Municipal Police Retirement Trust to provide for supplemental benefits as provided by the
Board of Trustees paid solely from an actuarial surplus in the plan.
ACTION: Commission to vote on Ordinance
QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS
11. P. H. 2002/ 185: APPLICATION 02-P-165
Applicant: CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH

COMMENTS: Proposal: To plat a 16.94-acre parcel to be known as the "Deerfield Beach FAU/ MOC-1 Plat". Location: A portion of Section 11,
Township 48 South, Range 42 East, more particularly described in the file, located at 1345 to 1601 SW 11 th Way.

ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
12. P. H. 2002/ 186: APPLICATION 02-B2-95 and CASE NO. 1806 Applicant: VONA INVESTMENTS, INC. by John Obarowski

COMMENTS: Proposal: To construct a 7,900 square-foot commercial building AND seeking A VARIANCE from the provisions of Schedule C of the
Deerfield Beach Land Development Code in order to allow parking spaces 9 feet wide by 20 feet long rather than 10 feet wide by 20 feet long. Location: A
.58-acre lot described as parcel 2 of the HR-II, Ltd. Plat, and located at 411 S Federal Highway.

ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission 4
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QUASI-JUDICIAL HEARINGS -CONTINUED
13. P. H. 2002/ 187: APPLICATION 02-B1-162 and CASE NO. 1807
Applicant: YOUNG ISRAEL OF DEERFIELD BEACH by Itamar Goldenholtz
Proposal: To construct a 23,000 square-foot synagogue with 798 seats AND seeking CONDITIONAL USE approval in accordance with the provisions of
Section 98-53 (c)( q) of the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code in order to allow a Church or other house of worship in the B-1 (Community Business)
zoning district; AND seeking a TECHNICAL DEVIATION for 132 parking spaces in accordance with the provisions of Section 98-88 (q)( ii) of the
Deerfield Beach Land Development Code. Location: A portion of Section 2, Township 48 South, Range 42 East, more particularly described in the file,
located at 202 Century Blvd.
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
14. P. H. 2002/ 188: APPLICATION 02-B1-161 Applicant: POLLO OPERATIONS, INC. by Jean Gallagher

COMMENTS: Proposal: To construct a 3,013.45 square-foot fast food restaurant. Location: A portion of parcel A of Colonnade Business Center 1,
more particularly described in the file, located at 1051 S Military Trail.
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
15. P. H. 2002/ 189: SIGN CASE NO. 590 Applicant: POLLO OPERATIONS, INC. by Jean Gallagher

COMMENTS: Proposal: Seeking a VARIANCE from the provisions of Section 102-8 (c)( 2) of the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code in order to allow
an additional sign on a building side which does not front on a street right-of-way. The Code allows only one building sign per street frontage. This sign
will be in addition to the allowed street frontage sign. Location: A portion of parcel A of Colonnade Business Center 1, more particularly described in the
file, located at 1051 S Military Trail.
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission 5
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16. P. H. 2002/ 190: SIGN CASE NO. 591
Applicant: POLLO OPERATIONS, INC. by Jean Gallagher

COMMENTS: Proposal: Seeking a VARIANCE from the provisions of Section 102-8 (c)( 2) of the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code in order to allow
an additional sign on a building side which does not front on a street right-of-way. The Code allows only one building sign per street frontage. This sign will
be in addition to the allowed street frontage sign. Location: a portion of parcel A of Colonnade Business Center 1, more particularly described in the file,
located at 1051 S Military Trail.
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission

17. P. H. 2002/ 191: SIGN CASE NO. 592 Applicant: POLLO OPERATIONS, INC. by Jean Gallagher

COMMENTS: Proposal: Seeking a VARIANCE from the provisions of Section 102-8 (3)( b) of the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code in order to allow
a drive-thru menu board which will be 39.7 square feet in size rather than the maximum allowed of 24 square feet. Location: A portion of parcel A of
Colonnade Business Center 1, more particularly described in the file, located at 1051 S Military Trail.

ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
18. P. H. 2002/ 192: SIGN CASE NO. 593 Applicant: POLLO OPERATIONS, INC. by Jean Gallagher

COMMENTS: Proposal: Seeking a VARIANCE from the provisions of Section 102-8 (3)( b) of the Deerfield Beach Land Development Code to allow a
second drive-thru menu board. The Code allows only one menu board. Location: A portion of parcel A of Colonnade Business Center 1, more
particularly described in the file, located at 1051 S Military Trail.
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission

GENERAL ITEMS
19. Resolution 2002/ 047 -Information Systems Policies and Procedures Manual

COMMENTS: I. S. Department developed a policies and procedures manual to establish guidelines for employees as they relate to the
computer system, presentation by: Guy Buzzelli, I. S. Manager, 6
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ACTION: Commission to vote on Resolution GENERAL ITEMS
20. Memorandum from Boca Raton Airport Authority requesting the Commission to appoint members to serve on the Noise Compatibility
Committee (NCC)
COMMENTS: Memorandum from Boca Raton Airport Authority requesting the Commission to appoint two (2) members to serve on the Noise
Compatibility Committee (NCC), and a copy of bylaws for said committee.
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
21. Consideration to schedule Mid-Year Budget Review Workshop meeting.

COMMENTS: Commission to schedule six-month budget workshop..
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
22. Consideration to authorize Habitat for Humanity to take possession of property located at 259 SW 4 Street.

COMMENTS: BSO Code Enforcement is recommending Habitat for Humanity take possession of the property at 259 SW 4 Street, for the
purpose of constructing a home to service their clientele.
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
23. Consideration to authorize Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church to hang banners on their recreational field fences.

COMMENTS: Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church is requesting to hang banners on their recreational field fences.
ACTION: Motion on decision of Commission
CONSENT AGENDA
24. Resolution 2002/ -A Resolution to enter into an Agreement with Sun-Sentinel to provide various media and promotional services

COMMENTS: A Resolution to enter into an agreement with Sun-Sentinel to provide various media and promotional services.
ACTION: Commission to vote on Resolution 7
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CONSENT AGENDA -CONTINUED
25. Resolution 2002/ -A Resolution authorizing the purchase of five (5) C02 monitors for the Lifepak Defibrillator Units for Fire Rescue from
Medtronic Physio-Control Corporation
COMMENTS: Resolution authorizing the purchase of five (5) CO2 monitors for the Lifepak Defibrillator Units for Fire Rescue from Medtronic
Physio-Control Corporation, cost not to exceed $24,971.50.
ACTION: Commission to vote on Resolution
26. Resolution 2002/ -A Resolution authorization the City Manager to enter into a Site Lease Agreement with Nextel Communications, Inc.
for installation of a stealth light pole antenna at the Villages of Hillsboro parking lot.

COMMENTS: A Resolution authorization the City Manager to enter into a Lease Agreement with Nextel Communications for installation of a stealth
light pole antenna to be located at the Villages of Hillsboro parking lot.
ACTION: Commission to vote on Resolution
27. Resolution 2002/ -A Resolution authorization the purchase of one (1) 2002 Vac-Con sewer cleaning machine from Southern Sewer
Equipment Sales
COMMENTS: Resolution to authorize the purchase of one (1) 2002 Vac-Con sewer clean machine from Southern Sewer Equipment Sales for the
Public Works Department, Street Maintenance Division, for a total cost of $179,932.00.

ACTION: Commission to vote on Resolution
ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS AND CITY MANAGER COMMENTS
COMMENTS BY MAYOR AND COMMISSIONERS
PUBLIC TO BE HEARD
Persons addressing the Commission during this segment may not discuss items that are on the agenda. A three (3) minute time limit will be imposed on those addressing
the Commission. The Commission shall take the subject under advisement and refer to administration unless a majority of the Commission wishes to discuss the matter. 8
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ADJOURNMENT
FUTURE MEETINGS
Regular Meeting -April 23, 2002 Regular Meeting -May 7, 2002

Written requests to address the Commission must be submitted to City Manager one week prior to commission meeting. Any person wishing to appeal any decision made by
the City Commission with respect to any matter considered at such meetings or hearings will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purposes may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and the evidence upon which the appeal is made. The above notice is
required by State Law (F. S. 286.0105). Anyone desiring a verbatim transcript shall have the responsibility, at his/ her own expense, to arrange for the presence of a
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