NBV Bulletin 9.13.2021

North Bay Village Bulletin: September 13 Commission Meeting Highlights

View our latest iteration of Commission Meeting Recaps, the “North Bay Village Bulletin” from the Regular Commission Meeting on Monday, September 13th. 

The Bulletin can be found under the main menu of the North Bay Village Website: Government > Videos, Agendas, and Minutes > Agenda Citizen Summaries

  • Resolution to approve an interlocal agreement with the Miami-Dade County Clerk of Courts for the use of its Uniform Digital Parking Citation Issuing System that integrates with Pay By Phone and the current license plate recognition vendor, in order to commence the new Harbor Island parking program by the end of 2021. 11A1. – passed
  • Ordinance to amend the Future Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Plan, increasing the adopted floor level ratio maximum to 13.0 to properties in the T6 transect zone. 12A. – passed
  • Ordinance to approve a Stormwater management utility rate increase of 100% that will generate an additional $114,413 in annual revenue as directed by the Stormwater Master Plan. The amount represents a monthly increase of $7.72 per residential home in the special benefit areas (Treasure Island and North Bay Island), $1.26 per multi-family unit, and $2.25 for nonresidential units. The increase in Stormwater charges will be used for Stormwater Mitigation Projects. There has not been a Stormwater charge increase since 1996. 12C. – passed
  • Ordinance to approve a sewer rate increase of $0.51 per 1,000 gallons of sewer consumption necessary to make the debt service payment on the State Revolving Loan with the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation for sewer main rehabilitation projects, and the Miami-Dade pass-through sewer increase of 5.37%. 12D. – passed
  • Presentation by BEA Architects’ for the proposed design scope of the NBV Community Park at Treasure Island Elementary School for Commission approval prior to starting construction document packages that meet Miami-Dade Public School Board requirements and meet North Bay Village’s community recreational needs. 14B2.
    • Sponsored by Mayor Brent Latham
    • BEA Architects presented the NBV Community Park Master Plan in its Phase One, Phase Two, and Phase Three. They also presented the rough order of magnitude estimated costs.
    • Watch here
  • Discussion to consider the creation of a Vehicle that allows residents to provide input on a regular or semi-regular basis for concerns surrounding Short Term Vacation Rentals (STVRs). 14B3.
    • Sponsored by Mayor Brent Latham
    • As recommended by the Village Attorney, a hybrid (virtual and in person) monthly roundtable discussion will be scheduled once per month or bimonthly and led by the Code Enforcement Department to facilitate residential input on STVRs.
    • Watch here
  • Discussion to contribute collaboratively to Pelican Harbor Seabird Station (PHSS), a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit in South Florida. 14B4.
    • Sponsored by Mayor Brent Latham
    • Individual Commissioners will consider sponsorship opportunities to donate to PHSS, based on remaining fiscal year funds.
    • Watch here
  • Discussion to participate in the Sister Bays Program, a partnership initiative between Miami-Dade County and the City of Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for a long-term partnership between two “bay communities.” 14B5.
    • Sponsored by Commissioner Richard Chervony
    • A motion was approved to send a resolution to the County expressing support for the Sister Bays Program and to encourage Miami-Dade County to enter into the partnership agreement.
    • Watch here

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