The Pasco County Commission has approved a professional services agreement with Giant Noise LLC, to promote Florida’s Sports Coast.
The agreement is for $441,666.67, according to materials in the county board’s May 3 agenda packet.
The vote came without discussion, as part of a bundle of votes in the board’s consent agenda.
The agreement includes $41,666.67 in fiscal year 2022; $100,000, in fiscal year 2023; $100,000 in fiscal year 2024; $100,000.00 in fiscal year 2025; and, $100,000 in fiscal year 2026.
The agreement became effective immediately, with up to four automatic renewals, under the terms of the approved agreement.
In other action, the county board:
- Confirmed the appointment of Patrick Arotin as the county’s code compliance director. The position is a new one. The Code Compliance Department will encompass Code Enforcement, High Return Enforcement Task Force, Minimum Standards, and Unlicensed Contractors. The position will oversee administrative functions such as the department’s budget preparation
and management, contract management, general business operations and helping
to deliver service through innovative strategies, continuous process improvement, and focusing on performance excellence and customer service.
- Appointed members to the Pasco County Commission on Human Trafficking. Those appointees are: Robert Tedeschi, Ken Kilian, Jessica Mitch, Kelly Sinn, Toby Caroline, Liana Dean, Rosanne Smithwick, Alan Wilkett, Paul Friedlander, Lisa Rapp McCall and Kristen Bracy.
- Approved a transfer of $281,056 from the general fund reserves to the Supervisor of Elections for expenses related to mailing voter information cards to registered voters. The funds cover mailing costs related to redistricting.
- Approved the award of a task order to Bandes Construction Company Inc., to provide construction services for the resource recovery facility administration building in Spring Hill. The amount is not to exceed $2,792,200.00 in fiscal year 2022.
Published May 11, 2022