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File #: 2458   
Type: New Business - Development and Environmental Services Group Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 1/21/2021 In control: Natural Resources Management
On agenda: 2/9/2021 Final action:
Title: Adoption of the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Plan 2021 Update unanimously recommended by the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Citizens Oversight Committee
Attachments: 1. 2021SORILRequestsAgenda.pdf, 2. Draft 2021 Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Plan Update VB.docx
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Subject:
Title
Adoption of the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Plan 2021 Update unanimously recommended by the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Citizens Oversight Committee
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Fiscal Impact:
The recommended plan update recognizes a $5 million decrease in total revenues to be generated by the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Surtax over its 10-year life (reduced from $494 million to $489 million) and a net increase of $1.3 million allocated to projects. These changes are covered by the $6.3 million of trust fund revenue that was left unallocated in the 2020 Plan. The net changes in allocation, broken down by project type, are as follows:
* $2.6 million more for connecting the worst package treatment plants to central sewer;
* $0.4 million less for added treatment at package plant infiltration basins and spray-fields;
* $0.4 million more for additional septic to sewer projects;
* $0.3 million more for stormwater treatments and vegetative harvesting projects;
* $0.3 million more for oyster gardening, per April 7, 2020 Board direction;
* $0.2 million less in the 5% contingency; and
* $1.7 million less for inflation, based on a 2.5% construction index rate.
Dept/Office:
Natural Resources Management
Requested Action:
Recommendation
1) Adopt the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Project Plan 2021 Update, as recommended by the Save Our Indian River Lagoon Citizen Oversight Committee (Committee) on January 15, 2021;
2) authorize associated budget change requests;
3) approve continued signature authority to the Chair (or designee, in accordance with the threshold limits provided in Brevard County Code (B.C.C.)-25, B.C.C.-27, and Administrative Order (A.O.)-29) to execute Interlocal, Non-Governmental Organization, University and Private Agreements, task orders, change orders, and contract renewals, using contract terms and templates previously approved by the Board, subject to review and approval by the County Attorney, Risk Management and Purchasing, as appropriate, to pro...

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