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  • BCC Briefs for May 17, 2022


    ​At the May 17, 2022 Board of County Commissioners meeting, the board took the following action:

    Administration – approved a resolution commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Clarence E. Anthony Branch Library and the presentation of a “Key to the County” to Mr. Anthony.

    Engineering & Public Works – approved a budget transfer of $206,910 in the General Fund from Contingency Reserves to the county Transportation Trust Fund; and approved a budget amendment of $206,910 in the County Transportation Trust Fund to recognize and appropriate the transfer to bridge improvements/major repairs for the George Bush Boulevard Bascule Bridge

    Environmental Resources Management – approved an updated Management Plan for Hungryland Slough Natural Area.

    Facilities Development & Operations – adopted a resolution authorizing the conveyance of the county’s interest in one parcel of surplus property, escheated to the county, to the City of West Palm Beach; approved a county deed to the City of West Palm Beach; adopted a resolution authorizing the conveyance of the county’s interest in one parcel of surplus property, escheated to the county, to the City of Belle Glade; approved a county deed to the City of Belle Glade; adopted a resolution authorizing the conveyance of the county’s interest in one parcel of surplus property, escheated to the county, to the City of South Bay; approved a county deed to the City of South Bay; adopted a resolution authorizing the conveyance of the county’s interest in one parcel of surplus property, escheated to the county, to the City of Pahokee; and approved a county deed to the City of Pahokee.

     

    Approved a developer agreement with Jupiter Stadium Ltd. (JSL) to renovate the Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium (RDCS); approved a Second Restated Sports Facility Use Agreement with JSL, the St. Louis Cardinals LLC, and the Marlins Teamco LLC for the use of RDCS until April 30, 2049; approved a resolution declaring the county’s official intent to seek reimbursement from the proceeds of its revenue bonds for certain capital expenditures made in capital renovations and improvements to RDCS and facilities; authorized the county administrator or the Director of the Facilities Development and Operations Department, to submit the required application and supporting documents for certification; approved a budget transfer of $4,600,000 from the Tourist Development Council Reserves Fund to the Public Building Improvement Fund; and approved a budget amendment of $4,600,000 in the Public Building Improvement Fund to recognize the transfer.

    Housing & Economic Development – approved the issuance of Housing Finance Authority of Palm Beach County, Florida, Multifamily Housing Revenue Bonds in the principal amount of $20,000,000.

     

    Adopted the issuance of one or more series of revenue bonds by the Palm Beach County Health Facilities Authority in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $200,000,000 for the financing and refinancing the Jupiter Medical Center project.

    Parks & Recreation – approved a preliminary reading and advertisement for a public hearing on June 14, 2022, at 9:30 a.m. amending Chapter 21 of the Palm Beach County Code pertaining to Parks and Recreation; providing for savings clause; providing for repeal of laws in conflict; providing for severability; providing for inclusion in the code of laws and ordinances of Palm Beach County; and providing for an effective date.





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