March 29th edition of:

Community Update
A Report on the Activities of Alachua County Government

 

This Issues Features:

Communitywide Transportation Summit
Alachua County Business Resources Guide Available
What’s On “Alachua County Talks”
City of Gainesville Upcoming Run-Off Election
2013 County Health Rankings Report Underscores Community Partnerships
Survivors Art Exhibit
Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center Offers Free Aikido Class
Take Back the Night Event
Blues Concert to Benefit the Friends of the Alachua County Crisis Center
Hogtown Creek Cleanup
Water Conservation Month
April Extension Programs
Commission Highlights

Communitywide Transportation Summit

The Alachua County Board of County Commissioners is hosting a communitywide Transportation Summit on April 10, 2013, from 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., at the Gainesville/Alachua County Senior Recreation Center (5701 N.W. 34th Street, Gainesville).

The summit is an opportunity for the County to receive public input on the future of the County’s transportation system, what that system will look like, and the steps needed to achieve an effective and efficient system.   

The summit will be led by a neutral professional facilitator. It will begin with a brief overview by Alachua County staff on transportation needs, costs, funding options, and ongoing planning. This will be followed by public input, which the facilitator will review and summarize at the close of the summit.

Since time for public comment is limited, the public will also be able to provide input on comment cards and/or on an online survey that will be posted on the County website. The Board urges citizens to lend their voices to this important conversation. 

For more information, contact Alachua County Transportation Planning Manager, Jeff Hays at 352-374-6971 or jhays@alachuacounty.us.


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Alachua County Business Resources Guide Available

The Alachua County Manager’s Office has released the “Alachua County Business Resources Guide.” The guide is a directory, connecting entrepreneurs and business owners with service providers, non-profit organizations, government programs and agencies, area chambers of commerce and community development corporations. The guide can assist with starting or expanding a business in Alachua County.

Alachua County Economic Development Coordinator Edgar Campa-Palafox said, “Whether taking the first step towards starting a business, expanding to the next level, or considering relocating to our community, this guide is a great starting point for entrepreneurs and businesses to familiarize themselves with the resources the Alachua County region has to offer.”

Click to view the Alachua County Business Resource Guide.

For more information, visit the County Innovation Partners website or contact Alachua County Economic Development Coordinator, Edgar Campa-Palafox at 352-374-5204 or epalafox@alachuacounty.us.

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What’s On “Alachua County Talks”

A new edition of Alachua County Talks featuring an interview with Florida’s Eden Executive Director Annie Whittaker Pais is available. Pais discusses GainesvilleConnect.com, the new web portal to the Alachua County/Gainesville area designed specifically to attract people and businesses to our community.

The latest editions of Alachua County Talks air at 7 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. every night except Thursday, and at 7 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. and 11:30 p.m. and 12 a.m. every day. Special or regular County Commission and Gainesville City Commission meetings may preempt any showing.

View Alachua County Talks: GainesvilleConnect.com.

Click to subscribe to the County’s YouTube channel (and receive updates when new videos are published).

View the complete Channel 12 Schedule.

For more information, contact the Alachua County Communications Office at 352-374-5204.


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City of Gainesville Upcoming Run-Off Election

Gainesville City voters are reminded of the upcoming April 16th City of Gainesville Run-Off Election for the City of Gainesville Mayoral race.

Early Voting for this election will be available starting April 8th through April 14th at one early voting location at the Supervisor of Elections Office, County Administration Building, 12 S.E. 1st Street. Early voting will be held weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday, 9 am to 2 pm and Sunday, 11 am to 2 pm. Polls will be open on April 16th from 7 am to 7 pm. Voters should bring their current and valid picture and signature identification to the early vote location and to the polls on Election Day or vote a provisional ballot.

To update your address, view your sample ballot, and locate your precinct, go to www.VoteAlachua.com and click on “My Voter Information Page”.

For more information, view our website at www.VoteAlachua.com or call the Supervisor of Elections Office at 352-374-5252.

Annexation Election

The City of Gainesville will hold an annexation election on April 9, 2013 for Precinct 22 non-city voters. The 2,280 non-city voters eligible to vote will be casting their ballot at First Church of the Nazarene, 5020 NW 53rd Avenue, Gainesville.

The City of Newberry will also have their election on April 9, 2013. Newberry city voters will be voting for Mayor and the City Commission Group IV seat. The polling place will be open from 7 am to 7 pm at the Newberry Fire Station located at 310 NW 250th Street (SR 41), Newberry.

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2013 County Health Rankings Report Underscores Community Partnerships

The Florida Department of Health in Alachua County recognizes the value in measuring health outcomes and expresses appreciation to the University of Wisconsin and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for the fourth annual County Health Rankings & Roadmaps tool released today.

Click here to view the study, which uses traditional, established data, much of which was obtained from the DOH.

These rankings serve as a snapshot of the health of individuals across counties in each state. The report highlights that health is a combined work in progress across a variety of community partners. The Florida Department of Health (DOH), through its county health departments, works together to improve the health of all Floridians. The data used in these rankings are available in each state and include information related to physical environment, social and economic factors, health behaviors, education, crime rate/law enforcement and clinical care.

“The Florida Department of Health works every day to bring together community partners around shared goals to improve health,” said Dr. John Armstrong, Surgeon General and Secretary of Health. “As we track our progress, we are reminded there is no finish line in our efforts for better health.”

In Alachua County, there are areas of progress and continuing opportunity. For example, the percentage of adults who were unable to get medical care because of costs decreased from 23.2 percent in 2007 to 11.7 percent in 2010 due in part to the expanding outreach of the Department’s medical home safety net program with Shands UF, and numerous other community partners. Challenges remain for the larger community as the bacterial sexually transmitted infection rate in 15-24 year olds increased by 51 percent from 2001 to 2010. The Department has partnered with many stakeholders to implement the Community Health Improvement Plan which has focused efforts to address access to care and community wellness.

“The overall health in our community is impacted by numerous factors. For this reason, Alachua County continues to invest time and resources in partnership with the Alachua County Health Department to provide services to our citizens to improve overall health.” said Richard Drummond, Alachua County Manager.

“Health goes beyond socio-economic conditions and neighborhoods.” stated Paul Myers, Administrator of the Florida Department of Health in Alachua County. “While today’s report presents county level rankings, health promotion and improvement rely on collaborations of all sectors of society regardless of where we choose to live, work, and play.”

The Rankings include a snapshot of each county in Florida with a color-coded map comparing each county’s overall health ranking. There are also new county-level trend graphs detailing change over time for several of the measurements including children living in poverty, unemployment, and quality of care.

The Florida Department of Health works to protect, promote and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county and community efforts.

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Survivors Art Exhibit

Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center and the Child Advocacy Center are hosting a Survivors Art Exhibit from April 1, through April 30, 2013, in recognition of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The show is open to the public, on weekdays, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the Community Support Services Lobby (218 SE 24th St, Gainesville). A public reception will be held on Thursday, April 18, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Several artists will speak at the reception.

Art by survivors who have participated in support groups, therapy, and counseling will be on display. The exhibit celebrates the power of healing through art, and showcases survivors’ journeys from victimization to resolution.

For more information, visit the Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center website.

For more information about the Survivors Art Exhibit, contact Alachua County Sexual Assault Program Manager, Rita Lawrence at 352-264-6760.

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Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center Offers Free Aikido Class

As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April, 2013), the Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center is partnering with Aikido of Gainesville to offer a free Aikido self-defense class to the public. The class is on Thursday, April 4, 2013, from 7:15 p.m. to 9 p.m., at the Unified Training Center (809 West University Avenue, Gainesville).

Sensei Tom Huffman and Keith McInnis will teach participants how to defend themselves with dignity and grace using non-aggressive aikido techniques.

Click to view the event flyer.

Click to visit the Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center website.

For more information, contact Alachua County Victim Advocate, Ashley Cortez at 352-264-6760.

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Take Back the Night Event

The Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center, the University of Florida Police Department’s (UFPD) Office of Victim Services, the University of Florida’s (UF) Gatorwell, and the UF Sexual Trauma/Interpersonal Violence Education team (STRIVE) are hosting “Take Back the Night.” The event includes a march and rally to end sexual violence on Wednesday, April 3, 2013, at 5:30 p.m., with the march beginning at 6 p.m., beginning at Turlington Plaza (UF Campus, 2014 Turlington Hall, Gainesville) and ending at the Reitz Union Colonnade (UF Campus, Building 686 Museum Road, Gainesville).

Click to view the event flyer.

Paint, posters, and support will be available to attendees. An open mic portion will conclude the event. Survivors and supporters are encouraged to speak out.

“Take Back the Night’s supporters have always understood the power of speaking out.” said Alachua County Victim Advocate, Ashley Cortez. She continued, “Rape, sexual assault, sexual abuse and intimate partner violence are often labeled ‘crimes of silence’ because of the low reporting rates, stigma associated with victimization and social discomfort.”

For more information, contact the Alachua County Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center at 352-264-6760.


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Blues Concert to Benefit the Friends of the Alachua County Crisis Center

The North Central Florida Blues Society will hold a benefit concert, “Everybody Gets the Blues,” on Sunday, April 7, 2013, at the Dirty Martini Bar (2441 NW 43rd Street, Gainesville). The proceeds support the Friends of the Alachua County Crisis Center. Admission is $10.
The bands that will participate include:

The headliners, Little Mike and Pete Karnes, are local blues singers and harmonica players that have national profiles, having played with numerous Blues legends.

Click to view the event flyer.

The Alachua County Crisis Center provides crisis and suicide intervention services to all residents of Alachua County including a 24 hour telephone Crisis Line, Crisis Counseling and Short Term Psychotherapy, Survivors of Suicide Support Services, and Community Trauma Response. Those in crisis or in need of services, should call 352-264-6789.

The mission of Friends of the Crisis Center is to bolster the programs of the Alachua County Crisis Center.

The North Central Florida Blues Society is a not-for-profit organization organized to preserve, cultivate, nurture, and promote the blues in the Gainesville area.

For more information about the event or Friends of the Crisis Center, visit their website or contact Donna Lawson at 352-284-9303.

For more information about the North Central Florida Blues Society, visit their website or contact Rob Richardson at 352-871-0676.

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Hogtown Creek Cleanup

The Alachua County Environmental Protection Department and the Gainesville Clean Water Partnership are pleased to share that Current Problems is coordinating a cleanup of Hogtown Creek from its headwaters down to Haile Sink where it empties into the aquifer. 

The cleanup, which began in March, continues through April. Two cleanups events are open to the public at large, on April 13, and April 27, 2013. The April 13, cleanup will be behind the Lowe’s Home Improvement Store (2564 N.W. 13th Street, Gainesville), beginning at 9 a.m. The April 27, cleanup will be held at Forest Park (4501 SW 20th Ave, Gainesville), and also begins at 9 a.m. Volunteers from the community are needed for both of these cleanup dates. Current Problems will provide supplies and arrange disposal for these cleanup projects.

Click here to view a map of Hogtown Creek on the Current Problems website.

Current Problems Executive Director, Fritzi Olson, speaking about Gainesville creeks said, “Gainesville creeks are unique in that they all drain into the aquifer eventually, rather than the Gulf or ocean, carrying any pollutants that find their way to the creeks with them.”

For more information, contact Fritzi Olson at 352-264-6827 or aar@currentproblems.org.

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Water Conservation Month

Alachua County has joined numerous governments across Florida, declaring April as Water Conservation Month. The Environmental Protection Department (EPD) is observing Water Conservation Month by airing a radio announcement reminding citizens to maintain their irrigation systems and rainfall shut off devices and to take advantage of rebates offered by GRU.

Alachua County is also beginning a new program titled “Conservation Champs,” in which County employees will learn how to save water and energy at the office and at home. EPD is also continuing its program of visiting local classrooms to teach elementary age children how and why to use less water every day.

“We depend on the aquifer for our drinking water, as do our springs, rivers, and lakes. We all need to do our part to use less water every day.” said Alachua County Water Conservation Coordinator, Stacie Greco. She continued, “Even simple changes like replacing thirsty landscapes with native vegetation that requires less water and chemicals, turning off your automatic irrigation system and only watering when your plants look thirsty or limiting showers to five minutes, leaves more water for our springs.”

Click here for more information about Alachua County water.

For more information, contact Stacie Greco at 352-264-6829 or sgreco@alachuacounty.us.

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April Extension Programs

Environmental Horticulture Programs

These programs are being offered by Wendy Wilber, Environmental Horticulture Agent, at the Extension Office (2800 NE 39 Avenue, Gainesville) unless otherwise indicated.

Raised Bed Vegetable Gardening – April 4, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Attendees will learn what crops to grow in spring gardens and about the efficient technique of growing vegetables in raised beds.

Native Plants and Your Florida-Friendly™ Yard – April 10, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Attendees will learn how to put the right plant in the right place with native shrubs and trees. This class will cover selecting and using native plants in the landscape.

Pruning Shrubs – April 17, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

This class will cover the timing of pruning, pruning styles, and equipment for the perfect prune job.

Culinary Herbs and Spices – April 22, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the Alachua County Public Library Headquarters (401 East University Avenue, Gainesville).

This class will cover growing traditional herbs such as parsley, sage, rosemary, thyme and venture into a few more exotic types (like lemon grass and kaffir lime).

Growing Peaches and Nectarines – April 24, from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Peaches and nectarines can be grown in North Central Florida using good variety selection and proper pruning. Attendees will learn techniques for success in this class.

Perennials and Your Florida-Friendly™ Yard – April 25, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Perennial plants can be low maintenance, add color, and attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the yard. Attendees will learn how to create a perennial garden that is beautiful and Florida-Friendly™.

There is no cost to attend these classes, space is limited. Pre-register at least 3 days prior to class by calling 352-337-6209.

Family and Consumer Sciences Programs

These programs are being offered by Brenda C. Williams, Family and Consumer Sciences Agent, at the Extension Office (2800 NE 39 Avenue, Gainesville).

First Time Home Buyers Program – This series offers resources that can help with buying, maintaining and keeping a home. Upon completion of this program, participants will receive a certificate of attendance. The classes are on three consecutive Tuesdays, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and will cover the following:

Session 1 – Tuesday, April 9
Information on: getting budgets and credit worthiness in line, determining how much house can be afforded, and understanding the responsibilities and costs of being a responsible homeowner.

Session 2 – Tuesday, April 16
Information on: understanding sales contracts, home inspections, the mortgage process, selecting homeowners’ insurance, warranties, and the closing process.

Session 3 – Tuesday April 23
Question and answer time and an opportunity to get valuable tips from those involved in the process of buying a home.

Click to view the event flyer.

The cost for the entire series is $10.00 per individual or couple. Pre-register by April 5, by calling 352-337-6209 (voicemail), subject to cancellation if less than five people register.

Home Food Preservation Workshop – April 15, from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., and repeated from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Basic information on canning foods using the steam pressure canner or boiling-water canner. Directions and tips will also be included on making jams, jellies and pickles.

There is no cost, but registration is required at least three working days prior to workshop. Printed materials will be available for $3.00 per set.

Healthy French Cooking – April 19, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Dr. Brenda Williams will be hosting this class with guest Chef Michel Maloiseu. Preparation of healthy, uncomplicated chicken dishes and vegetable sides with a French flair will be demonstrated.

Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions of the chef as well as sample the demonstrated dishes and receive copies of recipes.

Click to view the event flyer.

This class is limited to 35 participants with a minimum of 10 required to conduct the class. Registration fee is $35.00 and must be received at the Extension Office prior to 4 p.m., on April 10.

Before You Tie the Knot – April 22 & 29, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Before You Tie the Knot is a premarital preparation course.

Topics include: Communication, Conflict Management and Resolution, Financial Responsibility and Spending Plans, and Children and Parenting Responsibilities.

Click to view the event brochure.

Completion of this course is required to receive a $32.50 reduction of marriage license. 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 at least five days in advance by calling 352-337-6209 (voicemail), subject to cancellation if less than three couples register.

Livestock Program

This program is offered by Cindy Sanders, Livestock Agent, at the Extension Office (2800 NE 39 Avenue, Gainesville).

Small Ruminant Workshop – April 18, 6 p.m.

Sheep and goat producers will have the opportunity to see first-hand the basics of small ruminant management. Workshop topics include: nutrition, breeds, forages, and toxic plants.

There is no cost to attend this class. Register by April 16, by calling 352-337-6209 (voicemail). Refreshments will be provided.

Commercial Horticulture Program

This program is being offered by Aparna Gazula, Commercial Horticulture Agent, at the Extension Office (2800 NE 39th Avenue, Gainesville).

Advanced Ltd. Commercial Landscape Maintenance Workshop – April 25, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

This class is for licensed Limited Commercial Landscape Maintenance professionals. To renew an LCLM license, professionals may attend this 4 hour class to get CEU credits. 4 maximum CEUs will be given in: Ornamental &Turf, Limited Lawn & Ornamental, Limited Landscape Maintenance, Commercial Lawn & Ornamental.

Registration fee is $5.00. Register at least three working days prior to this program by calling 352-337-6209 (voicemail).

For more information about these programs, call 352-955-2402. Visit the Extension Office calendar for additional programs offered by the Extension Office.


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Commission Highlights

National County Government Month
The Board proclaimed April 2013 as “National County Government Month”
Attachment:
Nat. County Gov. Month

Gary Paul Matthews Appreciation Day
The Board proclaimed April 1st as “Gary Paul Matthews Appreciation Day”
Attachment:
Gary Paul Matthews Appreciation Day

Children’s Week
The Board proclaimed April 7-13th as “Children’s Week”
Attachment:
Children’s Week

Water Conservation Month
The Board proclaimed April 2013 as “Water Conservation Month”
Attachment:
Water Conservation proc.pdf

Sexual Assault Awareness Month
The Board proclaimed April 2013 as “Sexual Assault Awareness Month”
Attachment:
Sexual Assault Awareness Proc.pdf

Doctor’s Day
The Board proclaimed March 30, 2013 as “Doctor’s Day”
Attachment:
Doctors Day 2013.pdf

FY2012 Comprehensive Financial Report/Florida State
Comptrollers Annual Financial Report
The Board accepted the audit reports from the County’s independent Certified Public Accountants, Carr, Riggs & Ingram LLC as well as the FY2012 Comprehensive Financial Report (CAFR), and the Florida State Comptrollers Annual Financial Report (AFR). The Board Authorized the Chair to sign the Management response letter and to certify the AFR to the State. Authorize the Clerk to transmit the completed CAFR and Single Audit Report to the Auditor General.
Attachment:
2012 Alachua County CAFR.pdf
Attachment:
AFR Certification Letter request.pdf
Attachment:
Management Response Letter 2012.pdf

Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Non-Bargaining and Bargaining Pay Plans
The Board approved of the addition of new classifications and revisions to the title and pay grade of existing classifications to the Alachua County Board of County Commissioners Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Non-Bargaining and Bargaining Pay Plans.
Attachment:
REVISED FY2013 BARGAINING PAY PLAN .pdf
Attachment:
Parks Maintenance Worker Memoranda 2013.pdf
Attachment:
Medical Billing Specialist Memoranda.pdf
Attachment:
REVISED FY2013 NON BARGAINING PAY PLAN.pdf
Attachment:
Medical Billing Technician Memoranda.pdf

Annual FDOT Priority Projects
The Board approved the priority list of the Annual FDOT Priority Projects for transmittal to the Florida Department of Transportation. The Board adjusted the priorities list by moving the High Springs Bike/Walking Trail to the number one spot and moving the other projects down one.
Attachment:
WaldoRoadTrailExt.pdf
Attachment:
FDOT work program.pdf
Attachment:
Newberry SR 26 Crosswalks.pdf
Attachment:
WaldoRailTrailLtrHawthorne.pdf
Attachment:
FDOTPrioritiesPP2019.pptx
Attachment:
MelroseSidewalks.pdf
Attachment:
FDOTPrioritiesPP2019.pdf
Attachment:
Newberry Oakview App.pdf
Attachment:
2019 TA Project Application WaldoRdExt.pdf
Attachment:
2019 TA Project Application_MelroseSidewalk.pdf

North American Wetlands Conservation Act Grant
The Board approved the Federal Notice of Grant Requirements for the North American Wetlands Conservation Act Grant and authorize the Chair’s signature.
Attachment:
Exhibit 3 River Styx Eval.pdf
Attachment:
BoCC130409 ACF R Styx NOGR.pptx
Attachment:
Exhibit 1 Notice of Grants Requirements Final.pdf
Attachment:
Exhibit 2 Maps.pdf

NW 23rd Ave at Ft. Clarke Blvd Intersection
Concerning the modification of the NW 23rd Ave at Ft. Clarke Blvd Intersection, the Board viewed the 30 percent design plans with strain pole signal design and directed staff to return at the 60% design phase and include recommendations that maximize pedestrian safety. 
Attachment:
Presentation.pdf
Attachment:
Plans.pdf

Florida Department of Transportation County Incentive Grant Program
The Board authorized staff to submit an application to the Florida Department of Transportation County Incentive Grant Program for the NW 23rd Avenue project and the SW 75th Street project to FDOT’s County Incentive Grant Program.
Attachment:
FDOTltr to Chair CIGP.pdf
Attachment:
75thStCIGP.pdf
Attachment:
NW 23rd CIGP.pdf

Special Assessment District
The Board approved proceeding with the establishment of a Special Assessment District and utilizing commercial financing as a source of funding for the Special Assessment District for NE 35th Avenue, NE 255th Drive and Quail Street from NE CR 219A to SR 26 project.

Attachment: Map of Affected Parcels.pdf
Attachment:
Special Assessment District Ordinance 12 15.pdf
Attachment:
Location Map.pdf
Attachment:
Property Interest Poll.pdf
Attachment:
Property Interest Poll Cover Letter.pdf
Attachment:
Preliminary Petition.pdf

NSP Real Estate Offer
The Board approved the NSP Real Estate Offer for the sale of 3741 SE 17th Avenue, Gainesville, FL in the amount of $81,000, and Approve the Form of the Deed.
Attachment:
Residential Contract 3741 SE 17th Ave Final.pdf
Attachment:
August 14 2012 BoCC meeting minutes Agenda Item Number 20.pdf
Attachment:
County Deed 3741 SE 17th Avenue.pdf

CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Program Bid Awards
Concerning the FY12 CDBG Housing Rehabilitation Program Bid Awards, the Board approved the Finance Report to three contractors for the repair of two substandard homes and the replacement of three substandard mobile homes.

Attachment: CDBG five homes Finance Report.pdf
Attachment:
CDBG Bid Recommendation.pdf

Proposed Wage Recovery Ordinance
Concerning the Proposed Wage Recovery Ordinance, the Board directed the County Attorney to advertise a public hearing to adopt the wage recovery ordinance. The Board also directed the County Manager to conduct public education and outreach to local employers and employees on the wage recovery ordinance.

Attachment: Report on Current State of Wage Theft in MDC.pdf
Attachment:
Overview of Small Claims Court Process.pdf
Attachment:
Proposed Wage Recovery Ordinance Draft.pdf

Clean Debris Landfill Facility
Concerning ZOS-01-13: A request to renew a special use permit for a clean debris landfill facility through 2043, the Board adopted Resolution Z-13-3 approving the continued operation of this landfill facility through 2043
Attachment:
ZOS0113 Powerpoint Presentation.pdf
Attachment:
ZOS0113.ppt
Attachment:
ZOS0113 Staff Report.pdf
Attachment:
Resolution for ZOS0113 Z1303.pdf
Attachment:
Whitehurst SUP Background.pdf

Oakmont Planned Development
Concerning ZOM-05-13: A request to amend the Oakmont Planned Development (PD) District phasing schedule to a single phase through June 2015, the Board adopted resolution Z-13-2 approving the amended zoning master plan phasing schedule for the PD
Attachment:
ZOM0513.ppt
Attachment:
ZOM0513 Staff Report.pdf
Attachment:
Resolution for ZOM0513 Z1302.pdf
Attachment:
Oakmont PD Background.pdf
Attachment:
ZOM0513 Powerpoint Presentation.pdf



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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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