Kurt Leady, Sawgrass Drive, spoke in support of a moratorium for impact fees.
Jim Garrison, 149 Harrison Street, asked Council to consider a moratorium on impact fees.
Motion: Member Long moved to hear Consent Agenda Item 8I – Offer from the Florida Department of Transportation to purchase a portion of city owned property west of I-95 for a retention area under New Business. Member Johnson seconded the motion.
Vice-Mayor Eigenmann asked Council to let a citizen speak on Consent Agenda Item 8I, but Council would address the item under New Business.
Arlynn Baker, 515 North Carpenter Rd, expressed her opposition to the sale of city property to the Florida Department of Transportation along I-95 advising that the property was located in the well fields that provided two-third of the water for the City of Titusville.
Motion: Member Johnson moved to allow Ms. Baker one (1) additional minute to speak. Vice- Mayor Eigenmann seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously.
Ms. Barker continued to speak on her opposition for the Florida Department of Transportation to purchase a portion of city owned property West of I-95 for a retention area.
City Attorney Severs advised that staff’s recommendation was to authorize the Mayor to sign the agreement to allow Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to buy the property in question; however, it would be after negotiations by staff which would be to try and get FDOT to relocate the retention pond to a different location and to have FDOT comply with the City’s regulations.
Motion: Member Johnson moved to approve Consent Agenda Items A through L excluding Item I in accordance with recommendations. Member Secor seconded the motion.
Consent Agenda was read as followed by City Manager Ryan.