The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) did not approve a Transportation System Sales Surtax Ordinance. The BOCC approved initiating the development of ordinances to establish transportation trust funds using annual growth in tax revenue and to form a Citizen Budget Review Committee.
The Board of County Commissioners discussed possible funding strategies for the Community Transportation Plan.
The Board of County Commissioners approved scheduling a public hearing on June 9 for a 15-Year ½% Transportation System Sales Surtax Ordinance.
The Board of County Commissioners approved a Mobility Fee Ordinance, changes to the Impact Fee Ordinance, and amendments to the Comprehensive Plan. They also held a first public hearing for changes to the Land Development Code. A second public hearing for changes to the Land Development Code will be scheduled.
The Board of County Commissioners completed the discussion from March 24 regarding mobility fees on new development as part of a funding strategy for the Community Transportation Plan.
The Board of County Commissioners approved setting public hearings on April 26 for a Mobility Fee Ordinance, changes to the Impact Fee Ordinance, amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, and changes to the Land Development Code.
The Board of County Commissioners approved setting a public hearing on April 27 for a ½% Transportation System Sales Surtax Ordinance.
The County Administrator presented the Overview of Proposed Community Transportation Needs report to the Board of County Commissioners, including a proposed project list for the first 10 years.
County staff recommended that the Community Transportation Plan be considered for adoption at the regular Board of County Commissioners meeting on April 20.
The Board of County Commissioners continued the discussion from March 9 regarding mobility fees on new development as part of a funding strategy for the Community Transportation Plan.
County staff presented a proposed phased implementation consisting of increased mobility fees over five years, phased buyback process for existing impact fee offsets over three years, and grandfathering of existing developer agreements for five years.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office and State Attorney’s Office released the final report on the GO Hillsborough procurement investigation concluding no evidence of criminal law violations or intentional public records violations.
Discussion on Community Transportation Plan and continued Phase 2 community engagement to complete 10-year transportation project list to accompany proposed sale tax referendum, including 56 additional Project Specifics meetings at libraries. Hillsborough County Administrator discloses $325,000 will be required to complete Phase 2 community meetings, cost shared with Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority, Plant City, Temple Terrace and Tampa. Hillsborough County share of Phase 2 cost are within administrative approval authority and a work order is being developed for Parsons Brinckerhoff.
Discussion on public engagement process and verbal report on proposed audit scope of work for public input.
Discussion on public participation process and meeting schedule. Parson Brinckerhoff unveils GO Hillsborough website, iNeighborhood application, and social media channels. Hillsborough County Chief Information and Innovation Officer describes the establishment of Hillsborough County social media archiving and a Hillsborough County email duplication to maintain records and ensure transparency of GO Hillsborough electronic engagement. Hillsborough County Administrator the offered possibility of a Hillsborough County Clerk of Court audit of GO Hillsborough public engagement records.
Discussion on the TED overview, public engagement approach, Key Economic Spaces, transportation survey, proposed governance models, and preview of proposed business plan. PLG requests proposal from staff for repurposing HART as the TED governing agency.
Riverview Civic Center
Strawberry Crest High School
Sickles High School
King High School