Summary of Actions

CITY COUNCIL
SUMMARY OF ACTIONS
January 17, 2023

Remote Attendance.  Council unanimously approved the remote attendance by Council Member John Dittmore.

IEMO Certificate of Completion.  Mayor Rose presented a Certificate of Completion to Deputy Mayor Stephen Phrampus for completing training for the Institute for Elected Municipal Officials (IEMO).

Mayor’s Annual State of the City.  Mayor Rose presented the City’s 2022 Year in Review.

Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment for 205 Coastal Lane.  Following the public hearing, Council voted unanimously to adopt Ordinance No. 2022-24 for the small-scale comprehensive plan map amendment to change the future land use for the 16.44-acre property located at 205 Coastal Lane from Institutional (INST) and Urban Density Residential (UD-RES) to Industrial (IND).

Rezoning for 205 Coastal Lane.  Following the public hearing, Council unanimously voted to adopt Ordinance No. 2022-25 to rezone a 16.44-acre property located at 205 Coastal Lane from Institutional (P-1) and Multiple Family Dwelling (R-3) to Light Industrial and Warehousing (M-1).

Development Agreement for 205 Coastal Lane.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously agreed to approve the development agreement for a warehouse/flex space for the 16.44-acre proposed industrial development located at 205 Coastal Lane.

Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment for Inclusion of Martinez Property for Space Coast Town Center.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the first reading of Ordinance No. 2023-03 for the future land use map amendment on the 19.71-acre property from Brevard County Community Commercial (CC) and Neighborhood Commercial (NC) to Parkway Interchange (PI)

Rezoning for Inclusion of Martinez Property for Space Coast Town Center.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the first reading of Ordinance No. 2023-04, rezoning the property from Brevard County Retail, Warehousing & Wholesale Commercial (BU-2) and Agricultural Residential (AU) to City of West Melbourne Gateway Interchange (GTWY-I).

Development Agreement for Inclusion of Martinez Property for Space Coast Town Center.  Council held a public hearing and unanimously approved the Second Amendment to the 2019 Space Coast Town Center development agreement and the conceptual master plan with a reduction of 245 residential units (10 percent reduction) for the 19.71 acre property known as the Martinez property.

Consent Agenda.  Council unanimously approved the following consent items:

  • Regular City Council meeting minutes for Tuesday, December 13, 2022.
  • Authorization for the City Manager to execute an agreement for the purchase of a portion of land and easement located at 8855 Sheridan Road, West Melbourne, Florida 32904, as described and depicted in the attached draft contract for sale and purchase, in the amount of $60,000 to accommodate a lift station for the Lake Ashley Circle portion of a Septic to Sewer Project.
  • Private traffic enforcement agreement with The Sanctuary at Sawgrass Lakes Neighborhood Association, Inc., authorizing the City to exercise traffic control jurisdiction over the private roads located within The Sanctuary at Sawgrass Lakes subdivision.

Heritage Oaks/Doherty Extension.  Council unanimously approved the withdrawal of further consideration of the Heritage Oaks Boulevard/Doherty Drive extension and removal of the project from the 2040 Comprehensive Plan.

Five Year Capital Improvement Plan.  Council unanimously approved the first reading of Ordinance No. 2023-01 updating the City’s Five Year Capital Improvement Plan, and set a public hearing and second reading for February 7, 2023.

FY 2022-2023 Sanitary Lift Station Rehabilitation.  Council unanimously approved awarding a contract to Hinterland Group, Inc. in the amount of $320,775 for the rehabilitation of two lift stations:  Barnett Bank #110 and Henry Avenue #114, along with the expenditure of $84,610 to Barney’s Pumps for a total project cost of $405,385.

Naming of Streets for Legacy Apartments.  Council unanimously approved Resolution No. 2023-01, officially naming the private internal driveways in Legacy apartments.

Statutory Pension for City Council Members.  Council unanimously approved Resolution No. 2023-02, directing the City Manager to budget for pensions for City Council Members and take other appropriate administrative actions, and directed the City Manager to research other pension plans for elected officials in other municipalities.

Special Populations Coordinator.  Council received an update on the work of the Special Populations Coordinator position.

First Quarter FY2022-2023 Budget Status Report.  Council received the first quarter budget status report.

For additional information on these matters, call the City Clerk’s office at 321-837-7774. City Council will meet again on Tuesday, February 7, 2023, after which this page will be updated.