AGENDA
CITY OF PANAMA CITY
CITY COMMISSION MEETING
JANUARY 11, 2022
 8:00 a.m.
 
 
1.

Opening Prayer with Pastor Eric Spoon of Grace Presbyterian Church.

2.

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.

3.

Roll Call and Approval of Minutes of the December 14, 2021 City Commission Meeting.

4.

Additions, Deletions and Modifications.

5.

Mayor's Report

5.a.

Jimmy Ray Harrell, Underground Utilities, 25-year service recognition plaque.

5.b.
6.

Audience Participation

7.

City Attorney

7.a.

Summary of Community Development Block Grant Agenda Items (7b,7c,7d).

7.b.

Consideration of Approval of Acquisition and Relocation Policy for Federal and State Grant Programs.

7.c.

Consideration of Approval of Resolution required to obtain Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Grant Funds.

7.d.

Consideration of Approval of Voluntary Home Buyout Policies and Procedures.

7.e.

Ratification of Road Transfer Agreement - Commerce Boulevard

7.f.

Request to approve SRF Project General Engineer Contract with Dewberry Engineers.

8.

City Clerk

8.a.

Satisfaction of the City of Panama City, Florida Hurricane Recovery and Refunding Revenue Note, Series 2019.

9.

Unfinished Business

9.a.

Final reading of Ordinance 3021 Platted Right of Way Vacation, the R.O.W. between N. Palo Alto Ave and N. Bonita Ave., from the north line of parcel no. 21108- 000-000 and E. Business Hwy. 98. Also, the abandonment of the sewer easement that extends from said R.O.W. to N. Bonita Ave.

9.b.

Final reading of Ordinance 3035 Abandoning the R.O.W. east of Hamilton Avenue, south of 1st Court, north of Cherry Street and west of Cove Boulevard from the northern property line of 100 Hamilton Avenue (Parcel No. 20861-000-000).

10.

Consent Agenda

10.a.

Holy Nativity Episcopal School 20th Annual Run, March 5th 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Scenic Cove Route, Sponsored By Holy Nativity Episcopal School

10.b.

Salty Dog Day, February 26 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Oaks by the Bay, Sponsored by Historic St. Andrews Waterfront Partnership

Documents:
  1. Salty Dog Day.pdf
10.c.

Causeway Car Show, February 26 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Beck Ave between 12th and 10th street, Sponsored by The 850 Crew Car Club Charity

10.d.

Kosa Mardi Gras, February 18th 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m, February 19th 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., February 20th 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., St. Andrews Parade Route, Sponsored by Krewe of St. Andrews.

11.

City Manager

11.a.

Consideration of Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Subrecipient Agreement for Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center and Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital, Utility Mitigation Phase 1.

11.b.

Consideration of Hazard Mitigation Grant Program Subrecipient Agreement for Fire Stations 3 & 4, Safe Room, Wind Retrofit and Generator Phase 1.

11.c.

Consideration of Approval of Change Order # 1 for the FIN Stabilizer Dredge Project to Diamond Services Corporation in the amount of $11,300.63. In accordance with Change Order #1 approved and recommended by DRMP (CEI for City of Panama City). This Change Order is incorporated in the Triumph Gulf Coast Grant.

11.d.

Consideration of Approval of Change Order # 1 associated with the cranes supplied and installed by Ace Industries Crane & Hoist for the Aluminum Fabrication Building project in the amount of $81,353.00. This Change Order is incorporated in the Triumph Gulf Coast Grant.

11.e.

Consideration of Approval of Bid Award for PC22-004, Installation of Bollards & Padeyes at the Nelson Street Shipyard Bulkheads to the low bidder Eastern Shipbuilding Group for $599,884.00

11.f.

Consideration of approval of Radio Club Lease at Bob George Park

11.g.

Consideration to Approve Resolution No. 20220111.1 amending the Approved Budget for fiscal year 2021-2022 to repair/replace the electric gate at the Massalina Maintenance Complex.

11.h.

Approval of VVA's Phase 1 fee and contract as the Project Management Consultant for the City's New Performing Arts and Events Center Project.

11.i.

Consideration for Approval to enter into contract negotiation with a design firm for the Architectural/Engineering services necessary to establish the new Panama City Performing Arts and Events Center.

12.

City Manager - First Readings

12.a.

First reading of Ordinance 3041.1 amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of Industry for the property located at 1397 Jenks Ave and 1399 Jenks Ave.

12.b.

First reading of Ordinance 3041.2 amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of Light Industrial, LI, for the property located at 1397 Jenks Ave and 1399 Jenks Ave.

12.c.

First reading of Ordinance 3042.1 amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of Mixed Use for the property located at 409 N Gray Ave.

12.d.

First reading of Ordinance 3042.2 amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of Mixed Use-2, MU-2, for the property located at 409 N Gray Ave.

12.e.

First reading of Ordinance 3044.1, voluntary annexation of .312 acres of property located at 4625 Highway 231, Panama City, FL.

12.f.

First reading of Ordinance 3044.2 amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of General Commercial for the property located at 4625 Highway 231.

12.g.

First reading of Ordinance 3044.3 amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of General Commercial 2, GC-2, for the property located at 4625 Highway 231.

12.h.

First reading of Ordinance 3045.1, voluntary annexation of .963 acres of property located at 3217 Highway 390, Panama City, FL.

12.i.

First reading of Ordinance 3045.2 amending the Future Land Use Map of the City to reflect a land use designation of General Commercial for the property located at 3217 Highway 390.

12.j.

First reading of Ordinance 3045.3 amending the Zoning Map of the City to reflect a zoning designation of General Commercial 2, GC-2, for the property located at 3217 Highway 390.

13.

Adjournment.


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