Manatee County Government Administrative Center
Fourth Floor, Manatee Room
1:30 p.m. - February 27, 2018

February 27, 2018 - Joint Meeting of the Board of County Commissioners and the Longboat Key Town Commission

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: Priscilla Whisnant Trace, Chairman; Robin DiSabatino, First Vice Chairman; Carol Whitmore, Second Vice Chairman; Charles B. Smith, Third Vice Chairman; Vanessa Baugh; Betsy Benac; and Stephen Jonsson
LONGBOAT KEY COMMISSIONERS: Terry Gans, Mayor; Ed Zunz, Vice Mayor; Jim Brown; Randy Clair; Jack Daly; Irwin Pastor; and George Spoll


MEETING CALLED TO ORDER (Priscilla Trace, County Commission Chairman)
CITIZEN COMMENTS (Matters for Future Consideration)
1. Longboat Key Utility Undergrounding and Fiber Update
Attachment: Longboat Key Utility Undergrounding and Fiber Project Update.pdf

2. Barrier Island Traffic Mitigation Traffic Study Update
Attachment: FDOT Barrier Island Traffic Study.pdf

3. Hurricane Irma - Lessons Learned
Attachment: Hurricane Irma - Lessons Learned.pdf

4. Longboat Key Gulf of Mexico Drive Corridor Plan
Attachment: Longboat Key Gulf of Mexico Drive Corridor Study.pdf

5. Regional Coordination of Beach Renourishment Projects
Attachment: Regional Coordination of Beach Nourishment Projects.pdf
Attachment: WCIND Letter.pdf

6. Greer Island
Attachment: Greer Island Project Update.pdf

7. Town of Longboat Key - Challenges of Being in Two Counties
Attachment: Challenges of Being in Two Counties.pdf


The Board of County Commissioners of Manatee County, Florida, does not discriminate upon the basis of any individual's disability status. This non-discrimination policy involves every aspect of the Board's functions including one's access to, participation in, employment with, or treatment in, its programs or activities. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation for this meeting as provided for in the Americans with Disabilities Act, should contact Kaycee Ellis at 742-5800; TDD ONLY 742-5802, wait 60 seconds; FAX 745-3790.

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