|Manatee County Government Administrative Center Commission Chambers, First Floor 9:00 a .m. - June 16, 2015|
Agenda Item #54
Transfer of Right-of-Way for 48th Street Court East
Contact and/or Presenter Information
Chad Butzow, P.E., Deputy Director, Field Operations Services
Maureen S. Sikora, Assistant County Attorney
Motion to approve Agreement for Transfer of Jurisdiction of Public Road and Right-of-Way with City of Bradenton.
Motion to approve Quit-Claim Deed to City of Bradenton
Section 335.0415, Florida Statutes
Manatee County has jurisdiction over a road right-of-way known as 48th Street Court East north of Manatee Avenue. A portion of the right-of-way adjacent to I-75 was acquired for state or federal highway purposes and conveyed to the County by the Florida Department of Transportation.
The property on both sides of the subject right-of-way between I-75 and the Manatee River is located within the boundaries of the City of Bradenton. Almost all of the property north of Manatee Avenue on the east side and approximately half of the property along the west side of 48th Street Court East has been annexed into the City of Bradenton.
Section 335.0415, Florida Statutes, provides that a governmental entity may transfer jurisdiction over public roads and right-of-way to another governmental entity by mutual agreement. The City of Bradenton has agreed to accept jurisdiction over the right-of-way for 48th Street Court East located north of Manatee Avenue.
Attached are copies of an Agreement for Transfer of Jurisdiction of Public Road and Right-of-Way and a Quit-Claim Deed transferring the property from Manatee County to the City of Bradenton. According to the Agreement, the County will have access to the right-of-way and responsibility for operation, maintenance, and repair of any County utilities in the right-of-way. The Deed reserves a non-exclusive permanent utility easement in the property of Manatee County construction, installation, operation, maintenance, repair, replacement, relocation, and removal of potable water, wastewater, and reclaimed water utility systems.
Staff recommends approval of the attached Agreement and Deed.
County Attorney Review
Other (Requires explanation in field below)
Explanation of Other
Agreement prepared by CAO (MSS)
Quit-Clam Deed prepared by CAO (MSS)
Agenda Memorandum drafted by CAO (MSS)
Instructions to Board Records
Record executed original Agreement and Deed in Public Records of Manatee County, Florida.
File executed copy of Agreement with Clerk of Circuit Court.
Return executed copy of Agreement and Deed to City Clerk of City of Bradenton: Carl Callahan, 101 Old Main Street, Bradenton, FL 34205
Cost and Funds Source Account Number and Name
Amount and Frequency of Recurring Costs
Attachment: ROW Transfer of Jurisdiction Agreement Bradenton.pdf
Attachment: Quit-Claim Deed Utility Easement Bradenton.pdf
Attachment: Location Map.pdf