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1996-08 13th Amendment to Interlocal Agmt-Division & Distribution of Proceeds of Local Gas Tax RESOLUTION NO, 96-08 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA AUTHORIZING THE CITY OFFICIALS TO EXECUTE THE THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT TO THE INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF PARKLAND AND BROWARD COUNTY PROVIDING FOR DIVISION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX IMPOSED BY THE BROW ARD COUNTY LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX ORDINANCE WHEREAS , the City Commission of the City of Parkland, tlorida finds and determines that it is in the best interest of the citizens of the City to execute the Thirteenth Amendment to the Interlocal Agreement with Broward County for the division and distribution of the proceeds of the local option gas tax imposed by the Broward County Local Option Gas Tax Ordinance: Section 1. The appropriate City Officials are hereby authorized to execute the attached amended Agreement between the City of Parkland, Florida and Broward County, Section 2. That this Resolution shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its passage and adoption, PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 2ND DAYOF APRIL , 1996. -P G~--/ SALPAGL _,MAYOR ~/!~ ~~~ SUSAN ARMSTRONG, ~ .C. CITY CLERK THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT to INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT Between BROWARD COUNTY and CITY OF PARKLAND Providing for DIVISION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX IMPOSED BY THE BROWARD COUNTY LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX ORDINANCE THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT to INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT Between BROWARD COUNTY and CITY OF PARKLAND Providing for DIVISION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX IMPOSED BY THE BROWARD COUNTY LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX ORDINANCE This is the Thirteenth Amendment to Interlocal Agreement, made and entered into by and between: BROWARD COUNTY, a political subdivision of the state of Florida, hereinafter referred to as "COUNTY," AND CITY OF PARKLAND, a municipal corporation, existing under the laws of the state of Florida, hereinafter referred to as "CITY." WHEREAS, section 336.025(1) (b), Florida Statutes, authorizes the counties to extend the levy of the six (6) cent local option gas tax upon every gallon of motor fuel and special fuel sold in Broward County for a period not to exceed thirty (30) years on a majority vote of the governing body of the COUNTY; and WHEREAS, on June 14, 1988, the Board of County Commissioners enacted Ordinance No. 88-27, effective september 1, 1988, through August 31, 2018, pursuant to section 336.025(1) (b), Florida Statutes, extending the levy of the six cent local option gas tax for thirty years and providing for a method of distribution of the proceeds of the tax; and WHEREAS, pursuant to said ordinance, the method for distribution of the proceeds is the execution of an interlocal agreement with one or more of the municipalities representing a majority of the population of the incorporated area within, the county which establishes the distribution formulas for dividing the proceeds of the tax among the county and all eligible municipalities within the county, as set forth in section 336.025(3) (a)1., Florida Statutes; and WHEREAS, paragraph 4 of the Interlocal Agreement, as amended by the Addendum to the Interlocal Agreement, requires annual adjustment of the population of the individual municipalities and unincorporated Broward County in accordance with the population figures set forth in the most current edition of "Florida Estimates of Population," published by the Bureau of Economics and Business Research, population Division, University of Florida; NOW, THEREFORE, IN CONSIDERATION of the mutual terms, conditions, promises, covenants and payments hereinafter set forth, COUNTY and CITY agree as follows: 1. Paragraph 2 of the Interlocal Agreement, as amended by the Addendum thereto and the Twelfth Amendment to Interlocal Agreement, is amended to read as follows: 2. Sixty-two and one-half percent (62.5%) of said Local Option Gas Tax proceeds shall be distributed to the COUNTY, and the remaining thirty-seven and one-half percent (37.5%) shall be divided among and distributed to the eligible municipalities within the COUNTY as follows: Pooulation of Individual Municioality x 37.5% = Total Incorporated Area Population Recioient Share of Proceeds Coconut Creek 199. 1995 1.937989\ 1.038146% 0.845367\ 0.851897% 2.865637\ 2.905336% 0.539557\ 0.534837% 1.689279\ 1.698041% 1.511209\ 1.504703% 4.720870\ 4.648182% 0.990221\ 0.979100% 0.055677\ 0.054662% 3.932667\ 3.897308% 0.094619\ 0.093373% Cooper City Coral Springs Dania Davie Deerfield Beach Fort Lauderdale Hallandale Hillsboro Beach Hollywood Lauderdale-by-the Sea -2- Lauderdale Lakes 0.878204' 0.865796% Lauderhill 1.569891' 1.555354% Lazy Lake 0.001265' 0.001244% Lighthouse Point 0.329726' 0.324024% Margate 1.469831' 1.470065% Miramar 1.378502' 1.380920% North Lauderdale 0.852042' 0.846891% Oakland Park 0.888390' 0.873569% Parkland 0.251525' 0.264014% Pembroke Park 0.156717' 0.152700% Pembroke Pines 2.574221\ 2.734602% Plantation 2.323265\ 2.337726% Pompano Beach 2.332154\ 2.299356% Sea Ranch Lakes 0.019487\ 0.019091% Sunrise 2.309852\ 2.283996% Tamarac 1. 507254 \ 1.516052% Wilton Manors 0.374583\ 0.369016% TOTAL 37.5QOOQO\ 37.500001% 2. In accordance with the population figures set forth in the most current edition of "Florida Estimates of Population, 'published by the Bureau of Economics and Business Research, Population Division, University of Florida, paragraph 3, of the Interlocal Agreement, as amended by the Addendum thereto and the Twelfth Amendment to Interlocal Agreement, is amended to read as follows: -3- ReciDient pODulation 199. 1995 Coconut Creek 32,812 33,388 Cooper City 26,723 27,398 Coral Springs 90,586 93,439 Dania 17,956 17,201 Davie 53,490 54,611 Deerfield Beach 47,771 48,393 Fort Lauderdale 149,232 149,491 Hallandale 31,392 31,489 Hillsboro Beach 1,760 1,758 Hollywood 124,316 125,342 Lauderdale-by-the Sea 2,991 3,003 Lauderdale Lakes 27,761 27,845 Lauderhill 49,626 50,022 Lazy Lake ..w 40 Lighthouse Point 10,423 10,421 Margate 46,463 47,279 Miramar 43,576 44,412 North Lauderdale 26,934 27,237 Oakland Park 28,983 28,095 Parkland 7,951 8,491 Pembroke Park 4,954 4,911 Pembroke pines 81,374 87,948 Plantation 73,441 75,184 Pompano Beach 73,722 73,950 -4- Sea Ranch Lakes ~ 614 Sunrise 73,017 73,456 Tamarac 47,646 48,758 Wilton Manors 11,B41 11,868 Unincorporated 154,803 158,124 Total County 1,340,220 1,364,168 3. All provisions of the Interlocal Agreement and the Addendum thereto, as amended, not in conflict with this Thirteenth Amendment shall remain in full force and effect. 4. This Thirteenth Amendment shall become effective on the date last executed by the parties hereto provided that those eligible municipalities representing a majority of the incorporated area population have executed this Thirteenth Amendment prior to June 1, 1996. 5. This Thirteenth Amendment may be simultaneously executed in several counterparts, each of which so executed shall be deemed to be an original, and such counterparts together shall constitute one and the same instrument. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have made and executed this Thirteenth Amendment on the respective dates under each signature: BROWARD COUNTY through its BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, signing by and through its Chair or vice Cha~~ authorized to execute same by Board action on the ~ day of 1 v1.a~ , 19....:J.k-., and CITY, signing by and through its Mayor-commissioner, duly authorized to execute same. Count A ~ ator ,<,~ EX-Offici~ :01.rk gt.... ""~:;io;\'~~ the Boar~ ~. c&r~ ,-J ", ' ~ commissi~~r~ oeC.~Oiardi V)l C t d'I W or-,'- ." oun y, .~or . a .""-> if- ::.,. . . ,. ~ ~ ..L?~ &.... ;:' "'f.. .. ~h ~ .. ..: '" -" .'() c,..".,:t'! ..." ~.. "I... ......,.,..,"1.... .. ....t\ ,~ ...... ~ .",~ ..... e\. .., ~ .,~e ~~"""",,'v COUNTY, BROWARD COUNTY, through its ARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ~ Cha1r f OV\.cuy , 19~. -5- THIRTEENTH AMENDMENT TO INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT BETWEEN BROWARD COUNTY AND CITY OF PARKLAND PROVIDING FOR DIVISION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX IMPOSED BY THE BROWARD COUNTY LOCAL OPTION GAS TAX ORDINANCE WITNESSES: ATTEST: '~f'O- as- C1ty Clerk Susan Armstrong, C.M.C. (CORPORATE SEAL) MFB:fcl 3/1/96 parkland.aOS #96-087 Approved as to form by Office of County Attorney Broward County, Florida JOHN J. COPELAN, JR., County Attorney Governmental Center, suite 423 115 South Andrews Avenue Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Telephone: (954) 357-7600 By Frances Bakke stant County Attorney gn CITY OF PARKLAND By -4e6~~ 2 day of APRIL , 19 96 . By Mertz 2 day of APRIL 19 96 . FORM: By y Attorney Andrew Maurodis, Esg. -6- CITY OF PARKLAND 6500 PARKSIDE DRIVE PARKLAND, FLORIDA 33067 (954) 753-5040 April 1, 1996 Mr. Lee E. Billingsley, P. E., Acting Director Broward County Public Works Department 115 South Andrews Avenue, Room 514 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 Re: Amendment to Interlocal Agreement Providing for the Division and distribution of Proceeds of the Local Option Gas Tax, Dear Mr. Billingsley: This letter certifies that the 1995 expenditures from local option gas tax proceeds were in accordance with Florida Statute 336.025 and the capital improvements element of the City's Comprehensive Plan. Respectfully submitted, QC-M-(A c.0j/~ j~ifu C. Kilgore (' \ Finance Director ,,-J 96LOCOPT .a01 CITY OF PARKLAND 6500 PARKSIDE DRIVE PARKLAND, FLORIDA 33067 (305)753-5040 FAX (305)341-5141 April 5, 1996 Eileen J. Steigerwald, Administrative Coordinator Broward County Public Works Department 115 South Andrews Avenue, Room 514 Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301 RE: (1) Thirteenth Amendment to Interlocal Agreement Providing for Division and Distribution of the Proceeds of the Local Option Gas Tax (2) Amendment to Interlocal Agreement Providing for Division and Distribution of the Proceeds of the Additional Tax on Motor Fuel Dear Ms. Steigerwald: As directed in your March 8, 1996 letter, enclosed are three copies each (six total) of the above referenced agreements that were approved and executed at the April 2, 1996 City Commission Meeting. As I undentand it, once the agreements have been executed by the Board of County Commissionen an original of each will be sent to us for our files. In order to ensure compliance it was requested that a letter be included from our Finance Director, Judith Kilgore, certifying that all 1995 expenditures from local option gas tax proceeds were in accordance with Florida Statute 336.025 and that certification letter is attached. Should you need additional information, please feel free to contact me. Very truly youn, S~~ C2J\ Susan Armstrong, C.M.C. City Clerk Enclosures: Six (6) agreements Letter of Certification from Finance Director Judith Kilgore