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CITY OF MELBOURNE, FLORIDA MINUTES – REGULAR MEETING BEFORE CITY COUNCIL APRIL 27, 2004

15.

RESOLUTION NO. 1877: A resolution supporting the adoption of a Countywide School Impact Fee.

The City Attorney read the resolution by title. Mayor Buckley reported that he and the City Manager will present the position of the City Council to the Board of County Commissioners workshop meeting scheduled for April 29 in Viera.

Moved by Walker/Poole for approval of Resolution No. 1877. unanimously.

Motion carried

Mayor Buckley announced that Council will convene as the Olde Eau Gallie Riverfront Community Redevelopment Agency for the following item:

16.

a.

RESOLUTION NO. 2004-01: A resolution of the Olde Eau Gallie Riverfront Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) authorizing the Chairman of the CRA governing board to execute a warranty deed conveying property, located at the corner of Eau Gallie Boulevard and Highland Avenue, from the CRA to the City of Melbourne so that the property is jointly held with the CRA to satisfy the Florida Communities Trust grant requirements.

From the agenda report:

In October 2003, the City was awarded a Florida Communities

Trust (FCT) grant in the amount of $101,840 for the property located on the corner of Eau Gallie Boulevard and Highland Avenue. The Olde Eau Gallie Riverfront Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) holds the title to this property. FCT grant program officials have notified the City that the project will be ineligible for funding if the City of

Melbourne does not hold title to the property.

This proposed resolution would add the City of Melbourne to the title of the property, which would be jointly held with the CRA. This should resolve the funding issue for the grant.

Attorney Gougelman read the resolution by title.

Moved by E. Palmer/Contreras for approval of Resolution No. 2004-01.

Attorney Gougelman confirmed for Mrs. Poole that the legal counsel for the Department of

Communities indicated it is and the City arrangement.

Affairs, Florida Communities Trust reviewed the resolution and deed and satisfied with the format. Additionally, the loan agreement between the CRA

obligates

the

CRA

to

re-pay

the

loan.

The

deed

will

not

change

that

The question was called. Motion carried unanimously.

Council reconvened for the remaining agenda items.

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