Resident honored during 22-minute Commission meeting
The Safety Harbor City Commission held its quickest meeting in history – clocking in at just 22 minutes – on Feb. 18, consisting of just two agenda items and a few appointments to city advisory boards.
At the beginning of the meeting, Patrick Krasinski was honored with the Mayor’s Award of Excellence for the renovation and beautification of the residential property at 1020 6th St. N., a project that included landscaping, pavers and more shortly after his family bought the property, which they have made their home.
OTHER ACTION TAKEN
Waiver of special trash and yard waste fees for March and April: Commission voted 5-0 to waive the special pickup fees residents would normally pay for the next two months as part of the city’s annual Spring Cleanup.
Approval of contract for Sugar Bear Drive sanitary sewer repairs and Scott Street utility repairs: Commission voted 5-0 to approve a contract for $572,105.60 to Kamminga & Roodvoets Inc. to construct a new sanitary sewer line away from Sugar Bear Drive and to replace and repair parts of a sanitary sewer line on Scott Street.
Personnel Review Board appointment: Commission voted 5-0 to reappoint Darren Vermost to the board that hears appeals from city employees.
Public Art Committee appointments: Commission voted 5-0 to reappoint Alicia Ferrera to the board that recommends public art ideas to the Commission, to elevate Shannon Darby to a full member and to appoint Marinda Hamann as the alternate.
Firefighters’ Pension Board of Trustee appointment: Commission voted 5-0 to appoint William Schumacher to the board that advises the firefighters’ pension.
MISSED THE MEETING?
Watch the video of the regular City Commission meeting it on the city’s website here: http://safetyharbor.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=6&clip_id=2076.
7 p.m., Monday, March 4
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