City Council Business Meeting June 21, 2022 9 a.m. 160 Lake Ave.

City Council Business Meeting on Tuesday, June 21 at 9 a.m.

The Palm Coast City Council meets regularly to discuss and vote on official City business. These meetings are open to the public and Palm Coast residents are strongly encouraged to attend. An increase in public engagement helps to build a stronger sense of community, increases valuable discussions, and decreases division.

A business meeting will take place beginning at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Topics include proclamations for National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, Christmas Come True Month, and Patriotic Palm Coast Weeks, presentations from City Administration, and resolutions regarding Diamond Towers V, Green Lion Café, & PLDRB.


The Palm Coast City Council meets regularly to discuss and vote on official City business. These meetings are open to the public and Palm Coast residents are strongly encouraged to attend. An increase in public engagement helps to build a stronger sense of community, increases valuable discussions, and decreases division.

A business meeting will take place beginning at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. Details of the items on the agenda are listed below.

  • The Palm Coast City Council will present a proclamation for National Mosquito Control Awareness Week, June 19 through June 25, 2022. The East Flagler Mosquito Control District’s mission is to promote and develop effective and environmentally-sound control of disease-transmitting mosquitoes. Alongside the East Flagler Mosquito Control District, the State of Florida Association creates public interest, awareness and support for control of mosquitoes by educating the community on mosquito protection and prevention.
  • The Palm Coast City Council will present a proclamation for July as Christmas Come True Month, July 1 through July 31, 2022. Christmas Come True is a non-profit organization established in 2009 that addresses the many aspects of family poverty in Flagler County including food distribution, financial assistance with housing, utilities, transportation, furniture, home goods and medical expenses. Providing more than $109,000 in assistance throughout the years of service.
  • The Palm Coast City Council will present a proclamation the American Flag Project for Patriotic Palm Coast Weeks, June 14 through July 4, 2022. The goal of The American Flag Project is to do its part to inspire pride in our Country, the United States of America, by providing U.S. flags to residents and businesses.
  • The Community Development Department will give a presentation of the SCORE Volusia/Flagler Certificate of Appreciation to City Council. SCORE Chapter 87 Volusia-Flagler is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow, and achieve their goals through education and mentorship.
  • The Information Technology Department will present a resolution for an option and ground lease agreement with Diamond Towers V LLC. for construction of a telecommunications tower at Clubhouse Drive, utility site FL-162. This item was previously heard by City Council and requested to consider lease agreements sites separately.
  • The Information Technology Department will present a resolution for an option and ground lease agreement with Diamond Towers V LLC. for construction of a telecommunications tower at Royal Palms, site FL-297. This item was previously heard by City Council and requested to consider lease agreements sites separately.
  • The Community Development Department will present a resolution approving a concession lease agreement with the Green Lion Café, LLC. for food and beverage concessions at Palm Harbor Golf Course. This item was heard by City Council at the May 3, 2022 Council Business meeting. Council, by consensus, after a lengthy discussion, instructed staff to return in 30 to 45 days with a revenue model that was neutral to expenses within 24 months of lease signing.
  • The Community Development Department will present a resolution for an amendment to the Town Center at Palm Coast Development of Regional Impact Development Order. The PLDRB previously held a public hearing on May 18, 2022 for the proposed amendment. With no comments from the public the PLDRB recommended unanimously to approve the proposed amendments with a condition that an additional 5 workforce housing units be provided as part of the Town Center DRI.
  • The Community Development Department will read an ordinance amending the Town Center at Palm Coast Master Planned Development Agreement. The PLDRB previously held a public hearing on May 18, 2022. With no comments from the public the PLDRB unanimously recommends to approve the proposed amendments to City Council.
  • The Community Development Department will read an ordinance of the Future Land Use Map Amendment for Town Center Tracts 16 & 17, application #5080. This property is part of the Town Center Development of Regional Impact and as such has existing entitlements. This amendment is not changing any of the entitlements, only the physical area which is designated Conservation.
  • The City Administration will read an ordinance of the Multi-Family Rezoning Application #5059 for Old Kings Road. The project is located about 0.75 mile south of Utility Drive, and about 2 miles north of the intersection of Town Center Blvd and Old Kings Rd. The parcel is bisected by City property that was intended for the Whiteview Parkway flyover that would connect to Old Kings Road.
  • The City Administration will read an ordinance amending section 2-1 (b) City of Palm Coast Corporate Seal; Logo; use of and Code of Ordinances for the City. With the increasing digital environment sweeping the nation, it became a practical necessity for the City of Palm Coast to adopt a modern, responsive marketing logo design that could be used across various platforms. The City Seal will not be affected or changed in any way. 

The following items will be presented as consent items for approval:

·      Fiscal Year 2023-2025 Local Housing Assistance Plan (LHAP) for the State Housing Initiatives Partnership (SHIP) program.

·      The second amendment to the Interlocal Agreement with Flagler Beach relating to potable water sale and shared Utility customers.

·      A work order with McKim & Creed, Inc., for design and construction engineering services for the WTP #1 Wellfield Expansion, Equip Wells SW-1R, SW-2, SW-3 & new Raw Water Main.

·      Piggybacking the Florida State Term Contract No. 15100000-19 with Kimble’s Aviation Logistical Services for the purchasing of fuel products for the City’s fleet and equipment.

Public Comments will be opened at the beginning and end of the business meeting in accordance with Section 286.0114 Florida Statutes and pursuant to the City Council’s Meeting Policies and Procedures. Each speaker will approach the podium, provide his/her name and may speak for up to 3 minutes.

Meetings of the Palm Coast City Council typically occur three times per month. A 6 p.m. business meeting on the first Tuesday of the month, a 9 a.m. workshop meeting on the second Tuesday of the month, and a 9 a.m. business meeting on the third Tuesday of the month. All meetings take place in the Community Wing at City Hall at 160 Lake Avenue in Palm Coast.

Business meetings and workshops are open to the public and are streamed live on the City’s YouTube channelMeeting agendas for all public meetings are posted in advance of each meeting on the City’s websiteAll agendas can be viewed here.

If you wish to obtain more information regarding the City Council’s agenda, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 386-986-3713. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, persons needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerk at 386-986-3713, at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.

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