The upcoming Titusville City Council meeting has a full docket covering multiple topics. The council will consider approving the minutes of several past meetings, will hear updates from various departments and commissions, and make key decisions impacting the city’s infrastructure and services.
The Council is set to approve the minutes of the regular City Council meetings that occurred in March, April, and May, as well as a special Attorney-Client session held on May 31, 2023.
Under special recognitions and presentations, the Fire Department will provide an overview of the Green Belt Project aimed at optimizing apparatus repair. The Council will also receive a presentation on the Florida Live Local Act.
Reports from the Titusville Environmental Commission and the Planning and Zoning Commission are also on the docket. The council will consider the leave of absence requests from Jim Yount, a regular member of the Titusville Environmental Commission, for June, July, and August 2023, and John Rogers, an alternate member of the Planning and Zoning Commission, for July 2023.
The Council will also consider several important resolutions, including Resolution No. 15-2023 and a Subordination Agreement between FDOT and the City of Titusville, and an amendment to provide engineering consulting services for the Sisson Road Force Main Improvements.
Additional topics for discussion and approval include the transition of the Police Department to T-Mobile for all cellular services, designating Attorney Paul R. Gougelman as Special Magistrate, the acceptance of a Clean Vessel Act Grant, and an increase in hourly rate for legal services by Attorney Jeffrey E. Mandel and the firm of Fisher & Phillips.
A significant point in the meeting will be the second reading and public hearing concerning the Dairy Road Luxury Apartments. This involves the annexation, rezoning, and a small-scale comprehensive plan amendment. The public hearing was recommended for approval by the Planning and Zoning Commission.
The Council will also consider staff research into the city’s zoning regulations related to transitional housing, such as homeless, domestic violence, and emergency and protective shelters.
Finally, the Council is set to approve a contract for slip lining and manhole/lift station rehabilitations within the Osprey Water Reclamation Facility Service Area, and review and approve the FY2023-24 NBEDZ Budget annual expenditure of City funds.
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After the discussions and decision-making, the Mayor’s report and individual Council reports will conclude the meeting, followed by the City Manager’s and City Attorney’s reports.