Miramar City Commission Meeting Minutes

Dated: 01/19/2018

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Minutes From Miramar City Commission Regular on January 17, 2018 starting at 7 PM began with a temporary resolution approving an amendment to the Interlocal Agreement between the City and the Broward County School Board was reached. Another temporary resolution reached was regarding approval for the Fiscal Year 2016 Interlocal Agreement (undertaken by Broward County and the City of Miramar) wherein $140,755 was disbursed for HOME Investment Partnership Program funds allocated to expenses on eligible rehabilitation activities.  Another temporary resolution approved the purchase of membrane change out services for the West Water Treatment Plant with an amount not exceeding $52,533 to be paid out to Harn R/O Systems Inc. A temporary resolution between Broward County and the City of Miramar was approved in relation to the proposed agreement for illumination for Miramar Parkway Streetscape in the stretch between SW 68th Avenue to SW 64th Avenue. Finally, an ordinance for the amendment of City Code article IV “Placement and Maintenance of Facilities for Communications Services in Rights-of-Way” (Chapter 23 “Streets and Sidewalks”) was read pertaining to communications facilities in rights-of-way regulations. Proposed amendments were related to definitions of terms; registration requirements; non-discriminatory standards to prevent overcrowding, City rights-of-way; design standards related to stealth design, protection of residential properties, and equipment location and size; regulations for small wireless facilities among others.

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