Presentations and Proclamations
The Board recognized Public Works employees Timmy Russell and Greg Kennedy for 35 years of individual
service to the County. Proclamations were made recognizing November 11, 2012 as Veterans Day, November
14, 2012 as West Augustine Community Redevelopment Area Career Fair Day, and November 2012 as National
Consent Agenda Items Seven, Seventeen, and Eighteen – COA Contracts and Funding
The Board adopted resolutions approving contracts between the Board and the St. Johns County Council on
Aging, Inc. (COA) to provide funds for sunshine bus service, paratransit services, enhanced veteran services and
a Veterans Initiative Grant for a period of 12 months, to renew COA’s operation of The Players Community
Center, and to renew COA’s operation of Trout Creek Pavilion and the Community Center, and for the provision
of financial assistance to COA.
Consent Agenda Item Fourteen – Negotiate a Contract with Atlantic Veterinary Hospital
The Board authorized the County Administrator, or his designee, to negotiate with Atlantic Veterinary Hospital
to provide services for the St. Johns County Animal Control Division including, but not limited to, on call
response 24 hours a day seven days per week, general exams of in?house animals, spaying and neutering, minor
surgery, and emergency treatment.
Consent Agenda Item Twenty – EPIC’s THINK! for Success Program Contract
The Board adopted resolutions approving a contract between the Board and EPIC Community Services, for the
provision of services through the THINK! for Success Program. The program is an evidence?based
prevention/diversion program for adolescents at risk for future problem behaviors.
Regular Agenda Item One – Convenience Stores Security Features
In accordance with the Florida Legislature’s passage of the Convenience Store Security Act in Chapter 90?346 of
Laws of Florida, the Board repealed and replaced Ordinance 91?5 with Ordinance 2012?05 regulating security
features of convenience stores in St. Johns County. The ordinance requires stores to be equipped with security cameras, specified levels of lighting in the parking lots, appropriate signage, and and training for employees, prohibits window tinting, and provides for civil fines and noncompliance fees.