MINUTES OF MEETING
CORAL SPRINGS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT
The regular meeting of the Board of
Supervisors of the Coral Springs Improvement District was held
Present and constituting a quorum were:
Robert D. Fennell President
William Eissler Vice President
Glen Hanks Secretary
Also Present Were:
Rich Hans District Staff
Dennis Lyles Attorney
John McKune Gee & Jenson
Roger Moore Engineer
Mr. Fennell called the meeting to order at and Mr. Hans called the roll
SECOND ORDER OF BUSINESS Approval of the Minutes of the June 21, 2004 Meeting
Hans stated that each Board member had received a copy of the minutes of the
There not being any,
THIRD ORDER OF BUSINESS Public Hearing to Co
Mr. Fennell opened the public hearing.
Mr. Hans stated the total assessment levy is slightly less than it was last year. The per unit assessment is $78.85 which may change a little when we receive the number of assessable units in the District. We currently show 11,537 assessable units. We will receive an update in mid July on the total number of assessable units. There will be some changes because a new statute went into effect that exempts homeowner association property from assessments therefore, we will have fewer assessable units over which the assessments are spread. The land that will be exempted will be common areas, landscape areas, and private roads.
There being no comments from the public, the public hearing was closed.
FOURTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Co
A. No. 12 – Net Increase of 285 Days
Mr. McKune withdrew this item from the agenda to be placed on a future agenda and stated we have spent the past month looking at the chlorine system and meeting with the general contractor and the supplier. The supplier acknowledged that he oversized the components. This supplier was given unitary responsibility for the entire system. His components were supposed to be sized to meet the specified requirements and he miss-sized his components. He has provided new components at no charge. The technician is installing them today. He doesn’t have them all but we should have them in the next few weeks.
Mr. McKune outlined for the Board each line item contained in the change order.
Mr. Lyles stated the Governor has signed our codification bill. The N.S.I.D. problem will have to be resolved next year and in the context of that going forward it may once again arise that amendment to Chapter 189 which will effect all special districts, is the most inexpensive way to go through the conversion process. It avoids the requirement that you have an actual ballot measure based on a petition system.
Mr. Fennell stated I think it is time to write a letter saying this is what we want to do and send it to the appropriate representatives and request that they make that change.
Mr. Lyles stated N.S.I.D. will drive the timing this time around.
1. Monthly Water & Sewer Charts
2. Update on Construction
Moore stated we have been working with the City of
Mr. Hans stated the water and sewer enterprise fund budget will be sent to you this week.
There not being any, the next item followed.
SIXTH ORDER OF BUSINESS Supervisors Requests and Audience Comments
Mr. Fennell stated it is time to send out another newsletter.
Mr. Hans stated I will send to you a copy of the last newsletter and what we have done since that time and you can provide to me anything you would like to add.
Glen Hanks Robert D. Fennell