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File #: 4911   
Type: New Business - Public Safety Group Status: Adopted
File created: 8/4/2022 In control: Emergency Management
On agenda: 8/16/2022 Final action: 8/16/2022
Title: Request America Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), Second Tranche funding be allocated to (1) Support updating of the Property Appraiser's GIS Infrastructure and (2) Upgrade of the Brevard County Public Safety Radio System to be P25 compliant.
Attachments: 1. P25 Summary Report_Adgenda Attachment C.pdf
Subject:
Title
Request America Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), Second Tranche funding be allocated to (1) Support updating of the Property Appraiser's GIS Infrastructure and (2) Upgrade of the Brevard County Public Safety Radio System to be P25 compliant.
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Fiscal Impact:
(1) Up to $1.866M in ARPA funding for the Property Appraiser's GIS Infrastructure
(2) $1.2M in ARPA funding and $1.03M in municipality user fees for Brevard County's Public Safety Radio System upgrade
Dept/Office:
Public Safety Group: Emergency Management
Requested Actions:
Recommendation
1. Authorize the use of ARPA funds, not to exceed $1.866M, to partially fund the reconstruction and updating of the Property Appraiser's GIS Tax Map utilizing Coordinate Geometry.
2. Authorize the use of ARPA funds in the amount of $1.2M to upgrade Brevard County Public Safety Radio System backbone to P25 standards.
3. Having obtained the cities' concurrence, authorize Emergency Management to invoice municipal users of the Public Safety Radio System a one-time P25 Upgrade charge of $372 per radio (totaling $1.03M), no later than FY24.
4. Authorize the County Manager implement any necessary Budget Change Requests in regards any of the Board's approved actions.

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Summary Explanation and Background:

Approval (1): Reconstruction and updating of the Property Appraiser's GIS infrastructure (Tax map)

The Property Appraiser's map is a tool commonly used by both the public and private sector. In the 1990's, the original hand-drawn maps were digitized utilizing the best technology available at the time, but depicted boundary lines are inaccurate by today's standards. Mapping software have advanced significantly since then and utilizing Advanced Coordinate Geometry (COGO) style maps will solve those accuracy issues and provide a markedly better-quality service to the public, as well as government agencies. The total cost of this effort is estimated to be $2.4M. The county's share, based on 77% of the total acre...

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