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File #: 22-0083   
Type: Departmental Status: Passed
In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 10/5/2021 Final action: 10/5/2021
Title: DISCUSSION BETWEEN TWO PARCELS FOR THE PROPOSED RELOCATION OF PUBLIC WORKS AND GENERAL SERVICES, WITH APPROVAL TO ISSUE A CONTRACT TO PURCHASE ONE PARCEL UPON APPROVAL BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Attachments: 1. Newfield Site Location map.pdf, 2. SFL Gateway Site Location Map.pdf, 3. Newfield Ops Center Concept Plan.pdf, 4. Newfield Detailed Location Map.pdf, 5. SFL Gateway Ops Center Concept Plan.pdf, 6. S Fla Gateway Detailed Location Map.pdf, 7. SUPP MEMO, 8. Ops Facility Slides.pdf
PLACEMENT: Departmental
TITLE:
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DISCUSSION BETWEEN TWO PARCELS FOR THE PROPOSED RELOCATION OF PUBLIC WORKS AND GENERAL SERVICES, WITH APPROVAL TO ISSUE A CONTRACT TO PURCHASE ONE PARCEL UPON APPROVAL BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
executive summary
On February 12, 2019, the Board of County Commissioners (Board) approved the budget and revised CIP sheets for the relocation of Public Works/General Services Buildings and directed staff to return with options for the sites. The options are being presented for consideration along with approval of a contract for the purchase of one of the proposed parcels.
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DEPARTMENT: Public Works
PREPARED BY: Name: Carla T. Segura, FRP
Title: Real Property Manager
REQUESTED BY: Jim Gorton, Public Works Department Director

PRESET:
PROCEDURES: None

BACKGROUND/RELATED STRATEGIC GOAL:

The Board, during their February 12, 2019 meeting, directed staff to return with options for various sites for the relocation of the maintenance facilities, which are currently located at the airport. At the June 18, 2019 meeting the Board approved Resolution 19-6.17 to allocate bond proceeds in the FY19 Budget to provide $6,000,000 for the construction of Public Works/General Services Relocation. Part of the need to relocate, was to vacate airport property which requires the County to pay rent to the Airport Enterprise Fund and to locate the operations west of the railroad tracks. Relocation of Parks & Recreation field operations located on the corner of Indian Street & Dixie Highway have been included in the analysis as there is a need to provide adequate space and facilities for their operation which has outgrown the current location and contends with similar issues relative to age of existing site and limited facilities.

ARC3 Architecture performed a space needs analysis in 2020 to determine the required parcel size, building space, parking areas and lay down areas for the various operati...

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