September 17th edition of:

Community Update - Earth Day Edition
A Report on the Activities of Alachua County Government

 

This Issues Features:

Senior Center Groundbreaking
Gainesville-Alachua County Employment Law Seminar
What’s On “Alachua County Talks”
CodeRED Notification System Sign Up
County Employees Win Askew Award
Flu Vaccinations
County Update on Channel 12
Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Sharon Longworth Elected President of FACC
Cooperative Extension Programs
2010 Election Information
Commission Meeting Highlights


Senior Center Groundbreaking

On September 14, 2010, the groundbreaking took place for the Senior Recreation Center located at Northside Park, in Gainesville.

On February 18, 2010, the City entered into an agreement with WG Mills for the Design Build of the Alachua County/City of Gainesville Senior Recreation Center. The approximate 17,000 square foot recreation center will be located within the existing Northside Park off of NW 34th Street, close to the intersection of US 441. The center will be built to meet 120 MPH wind speeds, able to be used as a shelter, and achieve a USGBC LEED "Silver" level certification.

The building will accommodate staff from ElderCare of Alachua County who will oversee the programming and operations of the facility. The building will also include a large multi-purpose room, a fitness area, several classroom style rooms, a library, a billiards room, and various other multi use areas to promote socialization and recreation for seniors in the community.

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Gainesville-Alachua County Employment Law Seminar

The Alachua County and City of Gainesville Equal Opportunity Offices are sponsoring an Employment Law Seminar for local employers on Tuesday October 12, 2010, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Best Western Gateway Grand Hotel (4200 NW 97th Blvd., Gainesville).

Topics covered include: Workplace Harassment, Fair Labor Standards Act, Americans with Disabilities Act, ADA/FMLA/Workers Compensation Overlap, Retaliation, Gender Identity &Sexual Orientation.

Registration fees and dates:

Click here to view the seminar brochure.

For questions and registration information, call 352-334-5051 or 352-374-5275.

If any accommodations are needed for persons with disabilities, please contact the Alachua County Equal Opportunity Office at (352) 374-5275 or (352) 374-5284 TDD.

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What’s On “Alachua County Talks”

Check out the latest editions of Alachua County Talks on Community 12 TV by viewing the Channel 12 Show Schedule.

Click here to watch Alachua County Pretrial Services Manager Gerie Crawford discuss pretrial services, including community supervision and case management services provided to defendants to ensure compliance with release and court appearance orders.

Click here to watch lachua County Purchasing Manager Larry Sapp discuss County purchasing philosophy, policy and procedures, including discussions on how businesses can learn about and compete for County contracts.

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CodeRED Notification System Sign Up

September 1, 2010, marks the half way point in the Atlantic Hurricane Season. Alachua County Emergency Management reminds residents that there are still three months left in the season and that vigilance is still necessary as the tropics are becoming more active.

One way to be prepared is to enroll in the County's high speed notification system, CodeRED. Recent changes to the enrollment page have made subscribing easier. To enter contact information into the system click here, or call 352-264-6500 Monday through Thursday, from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

David Donnelly, Emergency Management Director, recommends that, "All individuals and businesses should take the time to visit the website and add contact information to include cellular phones and other non-traditional phones as well as email and text addresses."

Recommended registrants include: businesses, residents with unlisted phone numbers, people who have changed their phone number recently, those who use cellular phones exclusively, or have VoIP phones (such as Vonage) as their primary numbers.

Required information includes a street address (physical address, no P.O. boxes) for location purposes and a primary phone number. Additional phone numbers, email and text addresses may also be entered.

For more information about the CodeRED system click here.

For more information about Alachua County Emergency Management click here, or call 352-264-6500.

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County Employees Win Askew Award

On August 27, 2010, the Florida Society of Certified Public Managers (FSCPM) presented the 2010 Florida Certified Public Managers' Askew Award to a team headed by the Alachua County Office of Waste Collection. The members of the winning team from Alachua County were: Christopher Drouillard, R. Samuel Sullivan, Milton Towns, Mary Ulseth, and Jeanne Chandler.

The Askew Award, presented annually, is designed to recognize an outstanding project by a team of Certified Public Manager (CPM) students which improves public service and demonstrates superior application of the principles and practices learned from the CPM program. It is also designed to promote public awareness of the CPM program's contribution towards the professional growth of public servants.

The winning team's "Education First" approach to solid waste code enforcement focused on improving the process of educating and notifying citizens about code violations and potential penalties.

The Askew Award is chosen by a FSCPM committee of diverse managers from state and local agencies, plus a member from the previous year's winning team.

The Alachua County team will represent Florida in competition for the national Askew Award, which is given by the American Academy of Certified Public Managers.

The Askew Award is named after George Askew, who was the first CPM graduate in the entire country. He served as the President of the Georgia Society of Certified Public Managers, and later as President of the American Academy of Certified Public Managers.

Additional information about the Florida Society of Certified Public Managers can be found on the FSCPM website http://www.fscpm.org.

Additional information about the Florida Certified Public Management program can be found on the Florida Center for Public Management's website (http://www.fcpm.fsu.edu) or by calling 850-644-6460.

 


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Flu Vaccinations

The Alachua County Health Department (ACHD) is offering influenza vaccine to citizens 18 years of age and older starting September 17, 2010. This year's flu vaccine is effective against the major circulating strains of flu, including H1N1 Swine Flu.

Flu shots are being offered at the Health Department's main Gainesville clinic located at 224 SE 24th Street, phone number 352-334-7950, and the City of Alachua satellite clinic located in the Hitchcock's shopping plaza located at 15530 NW US Hwy 441, phone number 386-462-2542. Walk-ins are accepted in Gainesville from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Citizens will need an appointment at the Alachua clinic which can be made by calling 386-462-2542.

The cost for the vaccine is $25.00. If citizens have Medicare part B, there is no charge as long as they bring their Medicare B card and any supplemental insurance cards with them. Citizens who normally receive their vaccines from providers other than the Health Department should contact them for vaccine availability.

"Receiving an influenza vaccine is a primary preventive measure against influenza infection." stated Jean Munden, Administrator of the ACHD. "In addition to getting a flu shot, staying home when ill, practicing proper cough etiquette and washing your hands are effective personal means to protect yourself and the community from a variety of illnesses."

For general media inquiries contact Sherry Windham at (352) 334-7950.

For more information, including forms to expedite your visit, please review our website at http://www.alachuacountyhealth.com/

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County Update on Channel 12

County Update is a half hour news program providing in-depth information on County programs, services and initiatives. County Update airs on Community 12 and the Video On Demand website.

Click here to view this month’s show.

Features This Month:

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Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

National "Public Lands" Day Events need volunteers to help with park clean up on September 25, 2010, from 9 a.m. until noon.

Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Historic State Park - Help clean up along the trails, paths and around the historic buildings at the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings historic farm, a National Historic Landmark. The work includes weeding and hoeing paths to the farmyard and around the major buildings, including the tenant house, barn and historic farmyard. The more skilled and delicate work of weeding the citrus may be included. If there are enough volunteers, a trail clean up will be tackled. A team for trash pickup on the roadway fronting the park and the parking area will be included.

We recommend sunscreen, a refillable water bottle, and wear hat and gloves. For some areas, an insect repellent is recommended. The park will provide drinking water. Children are welcome, but must be a minimum of age 12, accompanied by an adult.
The park is located at 18700 S. CR 325, in Hawthorne. The park is located in Cross Creek between Lake Lochloosa and Orange Lake, south of Gainesville and north of Ocala.

Click here to visit the park's website.

If you would like to participate in the clean up, contact Susan Brown at 352-466-9273 or susan.k.brown@dep.state.fl.us.

Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park - Assist park staff and other volunteers to clean-up the main park facilities including the campground, buildings, boardwalks, Visitor Center, trails, and towers. This project involves light maintenance (minor repairs, painting, cleaning, etc).

Upon completion of the project, participants are invited to explore the park at their leisure, including observing wildlife at the La Chua trail, visiting our recreation area, Visitor Center, 50 foot observation tower, or hiking or biking along one of our many trails.

We strongly recommend insect repellent and sunscreen. Bring a refillable water bottle, and wear hat and gloves, hiking boots, or work shoes if you have them. The park will provide cold water for drinking, and a pair of used, light cotton gloves for those that need them. If you have a hammer, or pruning shears, they might come in handy. Children are welcome, but must be a minimum of age 12, accompanied by an adult.

The park is located at 100 Savannah Blvd., in Micanopy. The main park entrance is 10 miles south of Gainesville, in Micanopy, on the east side of US 441.

Click here to visit the park's website.

If you would like to participate in the clean up, contact Andi Christman at 352-466-4966, or Andrea.Christman@dep.state.fl.us.

National "Make a Difference" Day Event need volunteers to help with park clean up on October 23, 2010, from 9 a.m. until noon.

Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park - Assist park staff and park volunteers in the clean-up of the Sweetwater Branch, Lake Wauberg, Prairie Creek, and other locations. We will target litter and invasive plants. Some participants will work on foot along the Sweetwater Branch at the north end of the park, some will paddle the edge of Lake Wauberg, and others will work along Prairie Creek at the Hwy 441 boardwalk.

We recommend insect repellent, sunscreen, a refillable water bottle, and that you wear a hat, gloves, and rubber boots, hiking boots, or work shoes if you have them. The park will provide cold water for drinking and a pair of used light cotton gloves for those that need them. Children are welcome, but must be a minimum of age 12, accompanied by an adult.

The park is located at 100 Savannah Blvd., in Micanopy. The main park entrance is 10 miles south of Gainesville, in Micanopy, on the east side of US 441. Project participants will meet in different areas according to assignment.

Click here to visit the park's website.

If you would like to participate in the clean up, contact Andi Christman at 352-466-4966, or Andrea.Christman@dep.state.fl.us.

The Community Weatherization Coalition (CWC) needs volunteers to help teach homeowners how to save money. The CWC is looking for energetic and dedicated volunteers to perform comprehensive energy audits for households in need. 

The next training sessions will be:

Volunteers must attend all three training dates and undergo a background check, and are asked to donate a minimum of $20 to help offset the cost of the training. Scholarships are available.

CWC volunteer auditors learn how to:

Click here or email cwc@rebuildingtogetherncf.org to sign up for Energy Auditing Training.

Sign up by filling out the form below or email cwc@rebuildingtogetherncf.org.

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Sharon Longworth Elected President of FACC

Sharon Longworth, Probation Program Supervisor was elected President of the Florida Association of Community Corrections (FACC) at the Annual Training Institute and will serve in this capacity through 2012. Ms. Longworth has previously served the organization as the Board of Director Secretary and as Regional Director. FACC has 300+ active members statewide. Founded in 1992, FACC has served as an educational medium affecting positive changes in state and local agencies of the criminal justice system. Members share a common desire for the development and implementation of effective and efficient community-based programs for offenders, which incorporate public safety as an overall goal. FACC is an affiliate of the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) and an associate member of the International Community Corrections Association (ICCA). FACC members come from all facets of Florida's communities including state and county corrections, law enforcement, educational institutions, affiliated associations and other interested parties within the communities of Florida. Ms. Longworth, will serve as FACC's representative on the APPA Board of Directors and ICCA.

Ms. Longworth is a long term Criminal Justice practitioner working with the Department of Court Services since 1983. She recently completed the Certified Public Manager's Program and possesses a M.S. in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Florida, and B.S. in Psychology from Bethune-Cookman University. Ms. Longworth is prepared to serve. She has been the primary organizer of the Regional Training Institutes the last two years, on offender "Re-entry, a Collaborative Perspective from the Inside-out". In this role, she has coordinated statewide support and participation in assessing the needs of offenders returning to our communities.

Ms. Longworth will work with community based members from the State of Florida Department of Corrections, Department of Juvenile Justice, and various county agencies to address community correction issues from an Evidence Based perspective.

 

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Cooperative Extension Programs

Join 4-H
Alachua County 4-H is open to any youth ages 5-18. Youth can choose from a variety of projects such as photography, livestock, horse, pets, nutrition, aerospace, and much more! 4-H clubs can be found throughout the County: Alachua, High Springs, Gainesville, Micanopy, Archer, Newberry, and LaCrosse.

4-H is for youth ages 5-18. Membership is free and open to all youth regardless of race, creed, color, sex, national origin, handicap or geographic location within Alachua County.

For more information about 4-H contact Matt Benge at 352-955-2402 or mbenge@alachuacounty.us.

Family & Consumer Sciences Programs
The Alachua County Extension Office is pleased to announce the following Family & Consumer Sciences Programs, for October 2010. These programs are offered by Dr. Brenda Williams, Family & Consumer Sciences Agent. All of these programs are held at the Extension Office (2800 NE 39th Avenue, Gainesville).

Food Safety and Quality Program (ServSafe®) – October 6, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This program is dedicated to providing training which enables food managers and staff to offer Florida consumer's food that is prepared in a clean and safe environment. For further information and to register, please visit http://foodsafety.ifas.ufl.edu, or call toll-free at 1-888-232-8723.

Building Your Financial Future (A Personal Financial Management Program) – October 7, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Attendees will learn 4 basic concepts that will aid in handling financial resources responsibly and building a financially secure future.  This program has been approved to issue certificates evidencing completion of a personal financial management instructional course in compliance with the Bankruptcy Code. Topics include:

Cost to attend this class is $10.00 (for course materials). Pre-register by October 4 by calling 352-337-6209. For alternate class dates, or view the complete brochure, visit http://alachua.ifas.ufl.edu/calendar.shtml

Before You Tie the Knot – October 11 & 12, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Before You Tie the Knot is a premarital preparation course. Topics include:

Completion of this course is required to receive a $32.50 reduction of marriage license fee and a waiver of the three day waiting period. Attendees will receive a certificate of completion and a copy for the Clerk of the Court. There is no cost to attend this two evening class. Pre-register by October 5 by calling 352-337-6209.

For more information about these programs call 352-955-2402. Visit http://alachua.ifas.ufl.edu/calendar.shtml for additional programs offered by the Extension Office.

The Alachua County Extension Office is pleased to announce the following Environmental Horticulture Programs, for October 2010. These programs are offered by Wendy Wilber, Environmental Horticulture Agent.

Fruit & Vegetables for Your Backyard – October 13 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Extension Office (2800 NE 39 Avenue, Gainesville).
Developing and maintaining a successful home orchard requires special horticultural skills. Challenges include insects, diseases, poor soil conditions and weather conditions. This class teaches how to plan a home garden and orchard and how to make corrections in existing gardens.

Plants for Your Florida Friendly Landscape – October 20 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Extension Office (2800 NE 39 Avenue, Gainesville).
Learn landscaping techniques to save water, and spend less on fertilizers and sprays. The Florida Yards and Neighborhoods program is considered the "green building" landscaping program because it saves water, energy and protects natural resources.

There is no cost to attend these classes. Pre-register by calling 352-337-6209. For more information about any of these programs, call the Extension Office at 352-955-2402.

Agriculture & Natural Resources Program

The Alachua County Cooperative Extension Office is pleased to announce the following Agriculture & Natural Resources Program. This program is offered by Barton Wilder, Agriculture & Natural Resources Agent.

This program teaches about Florida's natural systems, of the plants and animals that depend on those systems, and the role of humankind in shaping our past, of determining our future, and as stewards of the land. Topics include general ecology, habitats, vegetation types, wildlife and conservation issues of Upland Habitats in Florida – Hardwood Forests, Pinelands, Scrub, Dry Prairie, Rangelands and Urban Green spaces.

This program consists of 11 classes that will begin on Monday, October 25, 2010 and continue through November 20, 2010.  You must attend all 11 classes in order to receive the certificate of completion.  All classes (except for the field trips) will be held at the at the Alachua County Cooperative Extension Office, 2800 NE 39 Avenue, Gainesville, under the instruction of Barton Wilder, Agriculture & Natural Resources Agent.  The cost is $225.00 and registration deadline is October 15 2010. 

For more information regarding class schedules and registration visit http://www.masternaturalist.ifas.ufl.edu/ and select Course Schedules, then Upland Habitats and click on the link for Alachua County. 

For additional questions, please contact Barton Wilder, Agriculture and Natural Resources Agent, Alachua County Cooperative Extension, at (352)955-2402.

All Extension Programs and Services are open to all without regard to race, color, age, sex, religion, national origin or handicap.  For persons requiring special accommodations, please contact the Extension office at (352) 955-2402 (voice) or TDD/TYY (352) 955-2406 or at the Alachua County Extension Service, 2800 NE 39th Avenue, Gainesville, FL  32609.  Please contact the Extension Office at least five working days prior to the program so that proper consideration may be given to the request.


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2010 Election Information

General Election - November 2, 2010
Register to vote by October 4, 2010
Early Voting starts October 18, 2010

The Supervisor of Elections Office will be open from 8:30AM until 5:00PM to accept voter registration applications. The Supervisor of Elections Office located at 111 S.E. 1st Avenue has an after-hours drop slot located at the main entrance. Voter registration applications received through the drop slot will be accepted up until midnight on the 4th.

Registration forms are available online at VoteAlachua.com. You may use the application form to register to vote, update your voter information, or to update your signature by downloading the application. You may also register to vote in person at the Supervisor of Elections Office or by mail. For a list of other facilities in the county where voter registration application forms may be obtained, please visit our website or call the Supervisor of Elections Office at (352) 374-5252. To vote in the General Election, mail-in applications must be postmarked no later than the October 4th deadline.

VOTE BY MAIL
Any registered voter may Vote by Mail. To request a ballot and Vote by Mail, voters may make their request online at VoteAlachua.com or call the Supervisor of Elections Office at (352) 374-5252. Voters will need to make sure their address and signature on file with the Supervisor of Elections is current. Your mail ballot may not count if the signature does not match the signature on your voter record. The last day to request your ballot be mailed is Wednesday, October 27, 2010 by 5:00PM.

To request a ballot for another voter, you must be a designated member of the voter's immediate family or a legal guardian. Requests can be made online, in person, by mail, by telephone or by fax. All requests must include the voter's name, residence address, and date of birth. The request must also include the requestor's name, residence address, relationship to the voter and driver's license number if available. Mail or fax request must also include the requestor's signature.

A voter may designate in writing another person to pick up an absentee ballot starting Thursday, October 28, 2010. The designee must have a note signed by the voter, a picture identification of the designee and must complete an affidavit. The affidavit is available for download at VoteAlachua.com. The designee may not pick up more than two absentee ballots per election, not including the designee's own ballot and ballots for members of his or her immediate family.

Absentee ballots are available at the Supervisor of Elections Office for voters who may have emergencies that will not allow them to go to their polling place to vote.

All absentee ballots must be received in the Supervisor of Elections Office by 7:00PM Election Day.

VOTE EARLY
Any registered voter may vote early. Florida Law requires voters to present picture and signature identification in order to vote, or vote a provisional ballot. Early Voting for the Primary Election will be available starting Monday, October 18, 2010 through Saturday, October 30, 2010.

VOTE AT YOUR PRECINCT
Any voter may vote in the precinct of their residence between 7:00AM and 7:00PM on Election Day. Florida Law requires voters to present picture and signature ID in order to vote, or vote a provisional ballot. If you need to locate your precinct, go to VoteAlachua.com.

VOLUNTEER TO BE A POLL WORKER
The Alachua County Supervisor of Elections is recruiting registered voters to work at the polls on Election Day. These are paid positions and training is required. If you are interested and want further information, please call the Alachua County Supervisor of Elections Office at (352) 374-5252 or you may complete the Poll Worker Application on our website at www.VoteAlachua.com.

If you have any questions or need further information please visit our website at VoteAlachua.com or contact the Supervisor of Elections Office at (352) 374-5252.


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Commission Highlights

Announcements
The Board
heard Announcements by Mark Sexton Communications Coordinator
Attachment:
Announcements

Gainesville Latino Film Festival Week
The Board proclaimed September 9th through October 16th as “Gainesville Latino Film Festival Week” in Alachua County, Florida.
Attachment: 
Latino Film Festival Month.pdf

Charter Review Commission Expenses Account

The Board approved a budget amendment transferring funds from the General Reserve Fund to the Charter Review Commission Expenses Account in the amount of $72,402.
Amount: $72,402.00

Attachment: Budget Amendment for CRC Expense.pdf
Attachment: 
Reserve adjustments for FY10 Charter Review.pdf
Attachment: 
Excerpt from Home Rule Charter.pdf
Attachment: 
Attorney invoice.pdf

Hammock Oaks Subdivision
The Board declared the 12 lots in the Hammock Oaks subdivision as surplus property and place the property up for sale in accordance with the provisions of Florida Statutes, Section 125.35. Offer for private sale to the existing immediately adjacent lot owners those lots in Hammock Oaks Subdivision that qualify for such sale.  Offer for public sale by auction after proper notice, advertisement and call for bids all remaining lots not sold by private sale.  Lots not sold in the private sale or public auction can be placed on an inventory list for affordable housing in accordance with the provisions found in Florida Statutes, Section 125.379.
Attachment: 
FS_125.pdf
Attachment: 
Hammock_Oaks_Plat.pdf
Attachment: 
Hammock_Oaks_Recommendation.pdf
Attachment: 
Hammock_Oaks_Quick_Claim_ Deed.pdf

NW 156th Ave, Segment 411

The Board approved use of Appropriated Reserves in Gas Tax Fund for constructing replacement of two (2) culverts with two (2) box culverts and necessary retaining walls on NW 156th Ave, Segment 411, Alachua County, Florida.
Amount: $400,000.00
Attachment: 
Reserves Speadsheet.pdf
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Picture 006.pdf
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Picture 008.pdf
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Picture 007.pdf
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Picture 017.pdf
Attachment: 
Budget Amendment.pdf
Attachment: 
Picture 010.pdf
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Picture 013.pdf
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Picture 012.pdf
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Picture 014.pdf
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Picture 015.pdf
Attachment: 
Picture 018.pdf
Attachment: 
Picture 016.pdf

 

Non-Ad Valorem Assessment

The Board adopted the Resolution of Intent to continue the use of the Non-Ad Valorem Assessment, set the rate, and authorize the provision of notice to affected property owners on the Notice of Proposed Taxes (TRIM).
Amount: $49,980.00
Attachment: 
gville sun public hearing.pdf
Attachment: 
Gville sun proof of publication.pdf
Attachment: 
PE Rate Resolution Final FY 1011.pdf


FY11 Millage Rates and Adjusted Tentative Budgets
The Board conducted the public hearing and approved the proposed FY11 millage rates and adjusted tentative budgets for the General County, MSTU - Unincorporated Services, MSTU - Law Enforcement Funds, MSTU - Fire Protection Services and Alachua County Forever Debt Service Funds. Adopt the FY11 Financial Policies, adopt the FY11 Schedule of Fees and Charges for Services, and approve the FY11-15 Capital Improvement Program.
Attachment: 
1 Agenda First Public Hearing Sept 14 2010.pdf
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4 10 XX Reso Fee Schedule 1st PH.pdf
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2 10 XX Reso Financial Policies 1st PH.pdf
Attachment: 
8 10 XX General County Budget Reso 11 1st PH.pdf
Attachment: 
5 FY11 Fee Schedule Complete.pdf
Attachment: 
7 10 XX General County Millage Reso 11 1st PH.pdf
Attachment: 
13 10 XX MSTU Fire Millage Reso 11 1st PH.pdf
Attachment: 
14 10 XX MSTU Fire Budget Reso 11 1st PH.pdf
Attachment: 
9 10 XX MSTU Uninc Millage Reso 11 1st PH.pdf
Attachment: 
3 FY11 Adopted - Comprehensive Financial Policies.pdf
Attachment: 
16 FY11 Budget Decision Package - Tier 1 as of Sept 07 2010.pdf
Attachment: 
11 10 XX MSTU Law Enf Millage Reso 11 1st PH.pdf
Attachment: 
12 10 XX MSTU Law Enf Budget Reso 11 1st PH.pdf
Attachment: 
10 10 XX MSTU Uninc Budget Reso 11 1st PH.pdf
Attachment: 
6 FY11 5 Year CIP Bundle.pdf

 

Final Assessment Resolution for Fiscal Year 2010-2011
The Board adopted the Final Assessment Resolution for Fiscal Year 2010-2011 and authorized the Chair to certify the non-ad valorem assessment roll to the Tax Collector.
Amount: Revenue: $10,126,027.25

Attachment: Resolution_FINAL_FY10_11_packet.pdf

Planned Development District

The Board adopted ZOM -08-10 approving the requested amendments to the PD.
Attachment: 
Resolution for ZOM0810.pdf
Attachment: 
ZOM0810 Powerpoint Presentation.pdf
Attachment: 
Willow Walk Existing ZMP.pdf
Attachment: 
Willow Walk PD Report.pdf
Attachment: 
Willow Walk PD Application.pdf
Attachment: 
Willow Walk Proposed ZMP.pdf
Attachment: 
ZOM0810 Staff Report.pdf

South Pointe Planned Development
The Board approved Application ZOM-06-10 with the Condition and Bases in the Staff Report.
Attachment: 
ZOM0610Resolution.pdf
Attachment: 
ZOM0610_StaffPresentation.pdf
Attachment: 
ZOM0610ApplicationMaterials.pdf
Attachment: 
ZOM0610StaffReport.pdf
Attachment: 
ZOM0610_BoCC.ppt

 

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Alachua County Advisory Boards

The Alachua County Commission is committed to citizen involvement on its advisory boards and is soliciting applications for the following vacancies:

Get Involved - Click here for an application: http://www.alachuacounty.us/government/bocc/advisoryboard.aspx

Applications are also available at the County Manager’s Office on the Second Floor of the County Administration Building, 12 SE 1st St., Gainesville. For more information, call (352) 264-6904.

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