MEETING AGENDA
June 23, 1999

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THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
Miami, Florida

OFFICIAL AGENDA

JUNE 23, 1999 CONFERENCE SESSION 10:00 A.M.

REGULAR BOARD MEETING 1:00 P.M.

PUBLIC HEARING


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9:00 A.M.

CALL TO ORDER

The School Board will recess for an attorney-client session to discuss the cases of Overholzer v. School Board and Exelbert, Pertnoy v. School Board and Exelbert, Vasquez v. School Board and Exelbert, Davis v. School Board and Exelbert, and Sentmanat v. School Board and Exelbert. It is anticipated this meeting will take approximately one (1) hour at which time the Conference Session will be reconvened. This meeting will be conducted in accordance with the provisions of section 286.011 (8), Fla. Stat.

10:00 A.M.

CONFERENCE SESSION
Review of 1999-2000 Annual Budget Plan

1:00 P.M.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

MOMENT OF SILENT MEDITATION

SPECIAL ORDERS OF BUSINESS:
Recognition: Seniors with Perfect Attendance

Athletic & Club State Champions

AGENDA ITEMS ADDED AFTER PUBLICATION OF THE AGENDA

CONSENT AGENDA

APPROVAL OF BID OPENING LISTS:
May 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25; June 1, 3, 1999

APPROVAL OF BOARD MINUTES: May 12, 1999

AGENDA ITEMS RESERVED FOR CONSIDERATION

PUBLIC HEARING

A. SUPERINTENDENT’S PRIORITY ITEMS

A-1 RATIFICATION OF THREE-YEAR SUCCESSOR LABOR CONTRACT BETWEEN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE UNITED TEACHERS OF DADE

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, ratify the successor labor contract with the United Teachers of Dade (UTD), effective until June 30, 2002.

A-2 CONFIRMATION OF THE 1999 RETIREMENT INCENTIVE PLAN FOR M-DCPS EXEMPT PERSONNEL, PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL (DCSAA), AND CERTIFICATED INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL (UTD)

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. authorize the confirmation of the 1999 Retirement Incentive Plan for M-DCPS Exempt Personnel (Managerial and Confidential), Professional and Technical Personnel (DCSAA), and Certificated Instructional Personnel (UTD);
2. authorize the confirmation of the Amendment to TRIP Benefits; and
3. approve the Memoranda of Understanding with the United Teachers of Dade (UTD). the Dade County Schools Administrators' Association (DCSAA), the Dade Association of School Administrators (DASA), and Confidential Exempt Personnel.


A-3 EMPLOYEE BENEFITS PROGRAM FOR YEAR 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. approve the following monthly healthcare rates, flexible benefit rates, and Board contribution, effective January 1, 2000 through December 31, 2000:

Healthcare Co. Name
2000 Single Rate for Health Plan
Felx Benefit Contribution
Total Paid by Board
Employee paid Dep. Health
HIP HMO
HUMANA POS
HIP PPO
HUMANA PPO*
UNITED OA
$188.53
$231.56
$249.61
$343.87
$245.00
$111.47
$68.44
$50.39
$ (-0-)
$55.00
$300.00
$300.00
$300.00
$300.00
$300.00
$ 176.40
$231.56
$479.39
$519.78
$328.00

* Since this amount exceeds the Board paid $300/month contribution, employees who enroll in this plan will pay the difference via a cost share, plus the enrollment fees of $4.42/month. 

YEAR 2000 MONTHLY RATE FOR RETIREES UNDER AGE 65

 

Company
2000
Single Rate
2000
Dependent Rate

 

 

HIP HMO
HUMANA POS
HIP PPO
HUMANA PPO
UNITED OA
$188.53
$231.56
$249.61
$343.87
$ 245.00
$176.40
$231.56
$249.61
$519.78
328.00

 

YEAR 2000 MONTHLY RATE FOR RETIREES OVER
AGE 65 AND/OR MEDICARE ELIGIBLE
Company
2000
Single Rate
2000
Dependent Rate
HIP VIP MEDICARE
HUMANA GOLD PLUS PLAN
HIP PPO
HUMANA PPO
(-0-)
(-0-)
$218.06
$343.87
(-0-)

 

(-0-)
(-0-)
$218.O6 (w/o Medicare $249.61)
$519.78
(-0-)

2. approve rates for HIP for calendar 2001 as follows:

HIP HMO (single) - $197.96/month
HIP PPO (single) - $269.58/month

HIP HMO (dependent) - $185.22/month
HIP PPO (dependent) - $517.74/month

3. approve a combined percentage rate increase for United Healthcare Open Access HMO for calendar year 2001 not to exceed 13% on a total basis, with specific rated for both single and dependents to be brought back to the Board prior to January 1, 2001;

4. add a portability feature to the Life Insurance policy provided through MetLife to terminating/retiring employees for their optional life coverage's, with no additional cost to the Board for this feature;

5. approve the revised IRS table rates, and life insurance rates for optional coverage's provided by MetLife, effective January 1, 2000, for the imputed value of the coverage that the Board provides in excess of $50,000, and the optional coverage's paid for by employees:

Age
MetLife Rates for
Optional Coverage in year 2000
Table 1
IRS Rates
<25
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75+

 

$ .06
$ .06
$ .08
$ .11
$ .11
$ .21
$ .30
$ .57
$ .66
$ 1.27
$ 2.06
$ 3.16

 

$ .05
$ .06
$ .08
$ .10
$ .11
$ .17
$ .29
$ .57
$ .66
$ 1.27
$ 2.06
$ 2.06

6. approve the following monthly rates and benefit changes in the Flexible Benefits Plan administered by Fringe Benefits Management Company (FBMC), effective January 1, 2000, and subsequent years, as indicated:

A. CIGNA Group Insurance Company for group term life insurance benefits. Accounts A and Account B rates:

 

 

 

Year 2000
Year 2001, 2002
Account A
Account B
Employee (EE) only
EE only
$.34/$1000
$.34/$1000
N/A
N/A

B. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company for long term disability benefits, inclusive of a 3% rate increase, removal of the cost of living adjustment and the drug and alcohol claims to be included within the 24 month limitation of mental and nervous benefits:

 

 

Year 2000
Year 2001
Year 2002
Account A
Account A
Account B
Account B
Account B
(Standard)
(Maximum)
(Standard)
(Maximum)
(Max Plus)
$7.33
$9.38
$9.20
$11.80
$22.10
$7.33
$9.38
$9.20
$11.80
$22.10
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

CIGNA Group Insurance for hospital income protection benefits at expiring rates for 2000, 2001, and 2002.

Account A
Account A
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
$50/day EE only
$100/day EE only
$50/day EE only
$100/day EE only
$150/day EE only
$50/day Family only
$100/day Family only
$150/day Family only
$50/day EE & Family  only
$100/day EE & Family  only
$150/day EE & Family only
$1.75
$3.50
$6.50
$13.00
$19.50
$8.50
$17.00
$25.50
$15.00
$30.00
$45.00

C. Optix Vision Care at expiring rates for Account A and Account B rates for the year 2000, an increase of 7% in 2001, and an increase of 5% for the year 2002.

 

 

Year 2000
Year 2001
Year 2002
Account A
Account B
Account B
Account B
EE only
EE only
Family only
EE + Family
$5.72
$5.97
$10.55
$16.47
$6.12
$6.39
$11.29
$17.62
$6.43
6.71
$11.85
$18.50

D. Oral Health Services (OHS), at expiring rates for Account A and Account B for the year 2000 and 2001, and a 7% increase for 2002.

 

 

Year 2000
Year 2001
Year 2002
Account A
Account B
Account B
Account B
EE only
EE only
Family only
EE + Family
$13.41
$14.42
$21.94
$36.36
$13.41
$14.42
$21.94
$36.36
$14.35
$15.43
$23.48
$38.91

F. Metlife dental inclusive of a rate increase for Account A or Account B of 6.5% for 2000, and a maximum increase of 8% for the years of 2001 and 2002.

 

 

Year 2000
Year 2001
Year 2002
Account A
Account A
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
Account B
EE only (Standard)
EE only (High)
EE only (Standard)
Fam only (Standard)
EE + Fam (Standard)
EE only (High)
Fam only (High)
EE + Fam (High)
EE only (Enhanced)
Fam only (Enhanced)
EE + Fam (Enhanced)
$35.08
$39.16
$38.36
$72.99
$114.00
$42.82
$81.46
$127.27
$44.13
$83.95
$131.15
$37.88
$42.29
$41.43
$78.82
$123.12
$46.25
$87.98
$137.45
$47.66
$90.67
$141.64
$40.92
$ 45.67
$44.74
$ 85.13
$132.97
$49.95
$95.02
$148.45
$51.47
$97.92
$152.97

G. ARAG Group, providing pre-paid legal benefits at expiring rates for years 2000, 2001, 2002, inclusive of the addition of the Financial Lifeline and Telephone Tax Advisory Service.

 

Account A
Account B
Account A
Account B
Without Financial Planning
Without Financial Planning
With Financial Planning
With Financial Planning
$13.25
$17.30
$14.25
$18.40

H. Health Examinetics, Inc., providing mobile health screening services at expiring rates in Account A and Account B for the years 2000, 2001, 2002.

 

Account A
Account B
Account B
Account B
$7.50
$7.50
$7.50
$15.00
employee
employee
spouse
employee and spouse

I. U.S. Care for the Long Term Care benefits at expiring rates for Account A and the age banded rates on Account B for the years 2000, 2001 and 2002, inclusive of adding riders under Account B for return of Premium Death Benefit, Limited Pay Option, and Survivor Benefit Option.

 

Account A employee only (3 yr. Plan) $1.78 per $5/day
Account A employee only (5 yr. Plan) $2.35 per $5/day

 

J. CIGNA Group Insurance Company to add a Personal Accident Insurance benefit for three years, effective January 1, 2000.

Account A & B
Account B
Account B
Account A & B
Account B
Account B
Account A & B
Account B
Account B
Account A & B
Account B
Account B
Account A & B
Account B
Account B
Account A & B
Account B
Account B
Account A & B
Account B
Account B
Account A & B
Account B
Account B
Account A & B
Account B
Account B
Account A & B
Account B
Account B
EE only ($25,000)
Family only ($25,000)
EE + Family ($25,000)
EE only ($50,000)
Family only ($50,000)
EE + Family ($50,000)
EE only ($75,000)
Family only ($75,000)
EE + Family ($75,000)
EE only ($100,000)
Family only ($100,000)
EE + Family ($100,000)
EE only ($125,000)
Family only ($125,000)
EE + Family ($125,000)
EE only ($150,000)
Family only ($150,000)
EE + Family ($150,000)
EE only ($175,000)
Family only ($175,000)
EE + Family ($175,000)
EE only ($200,000)
Family only ($200,000)
EE + Family ($200,000)
EE only ($250,000)
Family only ($250,000)
EE + Family ($250,000)
EE only ($300,000)
Family only ($300,000)
EE + Family ($300,000)
$ .82
$ .50
$1.30
$1.60
$1.00
$2.60
$2.40
$1.50
$3.90
$3.20
$2.00
$5.20
$4.00
$2.50
$6.50
$4.80
$3.00
$7.80
$5.60
$3.50
$9.10
$6.40
$4.00
$10.40
$8.00
$5.00
$13.00
$9.60
$6.00
$15.60

 

 7. approve the Memorandum of Understanding with the United Teachers of Dade (UTD), the American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Local 1184, the Dade County School Maintenance Employee Committee (DCSMEC), the Teamsters, Local 769, the Dade County Schools Administrators Association (DASA), and Confidential Exempt Personnel.


A-4 REQUEST TO RECEIVE THE REPORT MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS JOB EVALUATION AND COMPENSATION PLAN FOR MANAGERIAL EXEMPT (INCLUDING PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL) PERSONNEL PREPARED BY ARTHUR ANDERSEN LLP

A-5 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD RULE: FINAL READING
6Gx13-5A-1.1O, ATTENDANCE AREAS 1998-99

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, adopt amended Board rule 6Gx13-5A-1.10, Attendance Areas 1999-2000, and authorize the Superintendent to file the rule with The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, to be effective July 1, 1999.

A-6 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD RULE: INITIAL READING
6Gx13-5B-1.04, PROMOTION, PLACEMENT, AND GRADUATION -- GRADES K-12 AND ADULT

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act to amend Board Rule 6Gx13-5B-1.04, Promotion, Placement, and Graduation – Grades K-12 and Adult.

A-7 RATIFICATION OF ADDENDUM TO LABOR CONTRACT BETWEEN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND THE DADE COUNTY ADMINISTRATORS’ ASSOCIATION (DCSAA)

B. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS NEW BUSINESS AND ACTION ITEMS

B-1 NEW BUSINESS: BOARD MEMBERS

Individual Board members may present any new business for information and/or discussion.

B-2 REQUEST THAT THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, DIRECT THE SUPERINTENDENT TO (1) CONVENE AN AD HOC COMMITTEE TO REVIEW AND REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION STATUS OF THE NINE BOARD-ADOPTED CORE CHARACTER EDUCATION VALUES, AND (2) STUDY AND REPORT ON THE FEASIBILITY OF INCLUDING MOMENTS OF REFLECTION BEFORE LUNCH AND BEFORE SCHOOL DISMISSAL

ACTION PROPOSED BY DR. PÉREZ
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, direct the Superintendent to:

1. convene an Ad Hoc Committee to review and report within three (3) months on the implementation status of the nine board-adopted core character education values; and
2. study and report within three (3) months on the feasibility of including moments of reflection before lunch and before school dismissal.

B-3 EXEMPTION OF ADDITIONAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

B-4 FEASIBILITY STUDY TO DETERMINE THE BENEFITS OF RETROFITTING SCHOOL BUSES WITH SAFETY BELTS

B-5 INSPIRED BY OUR DIVERSITY CALENDAR

B-6 REVISIT INTENDED PLAN TO EXTEND THE CURRENT ACADEMIC LEVELS AT SPRINGVIEW ELEMENTARY

C. DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT: EDUCATION

C-1 AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY TO COVER THE COST FOR TEACHERS PARTICIPATING IN THE READS MASTER'S PROGRAM, AT A COST NOT TO EXCEED $182,200, FROM AUGUST 23, 1999 THROUGH APRIL 14, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to enter into a contractual agreement with Florida International University, from August 23,1999 through April 14,2000, in an amount not to exceed $182,200. The appropriation for this item will be included in the 1999-2000 Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.

C-2 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO EXTEND AGREEMENT WITH METROPOLITAN-DADE COUNTY FOR THE SATELLITE LEARNING CENTER AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the extension of the agreement with Metropolitan-Dade County to maintain the Satellite Learning Center at the Miami International Airport from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000.

C-3 REQUEST FOR BOARD APPROVAL TO AMEND CHARTER SCHOOL CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS FOR THE 1999-2000 SCHOOL YEAR

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the contractual agreements, as amended, with:

1. Coral Reef Montessori Academy Charter School for the term of the initial contract to increase the overall enrollment up to 210 students;
2. The Mater Center School, Inc., to extend the initial term of the contract through the 2002-2003 school year and to increase the overall enrollment up to 1400 students at three locations; and
3. Youth Co-Op Charter School to extend the initial term of the contract through the 2002-2003 school year and to increase the overall enrollment up to 300 students.

The appropriation for the fiscal year 1999-2000 of these contractual agreements will be included in the General Fund of the Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.


C-4 REQUEST FOR BOARD APPROVAL OF CHARTER SCHOOL CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS FOR A PERIOD OF THREE TO FIVE YEARS COMMENCING ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE 1999-2000 SCHOOL YEAR

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the charter school contractual agreements with:

1. The New Academy Community Learning Center, effective June 24, 1999, for a period of three years commencing on the first day of the 1999-2000 school year;
2. ASPIRA Youth Leadership Charter School, effective June 24, 1999, for a period of three years commencing on the first day of the 1999-2000 school year;
3. Techworld Public Charter School, effective June 24,1999, for a period of five years commencing on the first day of the 1999-2000 school year;
4. The Doral Academy, effective June 24,1999, for a period of five years commencing on the first day of the 1999-2000 school year; and
5. Rosa Parks Community School, effective June 24,1999, for a period of three years commencing on the first day of the 1999-2000 school year.

The appropriation for the first year of these contractual agreements will be included in the General Fund of the Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.


C-5 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO RENEW THE LIBERTY CITY CHARTER SCHOOL PROJECT, INC., CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT FOR THE 1999-2000 SCHOOL YEAR THROUGH THE 2003-2004 SCHOOL YEAR

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida approve the renewal of the Liberty City Charter School Project, Inc., contractual agreement for the 1999-2000 school year through the 2003-2004 school year with an overall enrollment of up to 400 students in grades Pre-Kindergarten through grade 8. The appropriation for the first year of this contractual agreement will be included in the General Fund of the Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.

C-6 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH THE SUCCESS FOR ALL FOUNDATION TO PROVIDE SERVICES TO 37 SUCCESS FOR ALL SCHOOLS IN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, FROM AUGUST 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000, AT A COST NOT TO EXCEED $377,150

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida,

1. authorize the Superintendent to enter into a contractual agreement with the SFAF to provide services to 37 SFA schools from August 1999 through May 2000 at a cost not to exceed $377,150;
2. authorize the Superintendent to renew this contractual agreement for one additional one-year period; and
3. grant an exception to School Board Rule 6Gx13-3F-1.021.

The appropriation for this item is included in the Contracted Program Fund of the Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July, 1999.


C-7 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT TO ENTER INTO A ONE-YEAR AFFILIATING (COOPERATIVE) AGREEMENT WITH THE FLORIDA HIGH SCHOOL

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to enter into a one-year affiliating (cooperative) agreement with the Florida High School. No local funds are required.

C-11 REQUEST AUTHORIZATION FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF HOMESTEAD POLICE DEPARTMENT, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $42,075, TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL SECURITY SERVICES AT SOUTH DADE ADULT EDUCATION CENTER, JULY 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. authorize the Superintendent to enter into a contractual agreement with the City of Homestead Police Department, in an amount not to exceed $42,075, to provide professional security services at South Dade Adult Education Center, July 1,1999 to June 30, 2000; and
2. grant an exception to School Board Rule 6Gx13-3F-1.02

The appropriation for this item will be included in the General Fund of the Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.


C-12 REQUEST AUTHORIZATION FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT TO RENEW A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH MIAMI-DADE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $22,389, UNDER THE FEDERAL WORK STUDY PROGRAM, JULY 1,1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to renew a contractual agreement with Miami-Dade Community College for reimbursement of salaries of college students employed to provide instructional aid to elementary and secondary students and to adults lacking basic or functional literacy skills, in an amount not to exceed $22,389, under The Federal Work Study Program, July 1,1999 through June 30, 2000. The appropriation for this item will be included in the General Fund of the Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.

C-13 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH WALDEN COMMUNITY SCHOOL, INC., AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SERVICES, DISTRICT 11, TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES TO WALDEN COMMUNITY SCHOOL RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM, AND TO HAVE ACCESS TO FOUR RESIDENTIAL PLACEMENTS AT WALDEN COMMUNITY SCHOOL. INC., FOR STUDENTS REFERRED BY MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS, FROM JULY 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. enter into a cooperative agreement with Walden Community School, Inc., and the Florida Department of Children and Families Services, District 11, to provide educational services to Walden Community School, Inc., residential treatment program, from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000;
2. have access to four residential placements at Walden Community School, Inc., for students referred by Miami-Dade County Public Schools, from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000; and
3. renew the cooperative agreement annually on a continuing basis.

There is no exchange of funds for this agreement.


C-14 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH WALDEN COMMUNITY SCHOOL, INC., TO OPERATE A DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM FOR SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED ADOLESCENTS, FROM JULY 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. enter into a cooperative agreement with Walden Community School, Inc., to operate a day treatment program for severely emotionally disturbed adolescents in grades 6 through 12, from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000; and
2. renew this cooperative agreement annually on a continuing basis.

There is no exchange of funds for this agreement.


C-15 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS WITH NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES FOR EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $185,985, FROM JULY 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to enter into the following contractual agreements with nonpublic schools to provide educational and related services for exceptional students:

1. American Learning Systems, Inc., Plantation, Florida, for a day program for one learning disabled student, from September 7, 1999 through June 14, 2000, at an annual rate of $13,780, plus approximately $4,000 for transportation, in an amount not to exceed $17,780;
2. Biscayne Institutes of Health and Living, Inc., Miami, Florida, for a day program for one traumatic brain injured student, from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $81,900;
3. Developmental Resource Center, Hollywood, Florida, for a day program for two specific learning disabled students and one autistic student, from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $61,775;
4. The Learning Experience, Miami, Florida, for a day program for one educable mentally handicapped student, from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $11,510; and
5. The Vanguard School of Coconut Grove, Florida, for a day program for one learning disabled student, from August 30, 1999 through June 1, 2000, in an amount not to exceed $13,020.

The appropriation for this item will be included in the 1999 2000 Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.


C-16 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH THE HEAD START DIVISION OF THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY TO OPERATE PROGRAMS FOR PRE KINDERGARTEN CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES, FROM JULY 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. enter into a cooperative agreement with the Head Start Division of the Miami-Dade County Community Action Agency to operate programs for pre kindergarten children with disabilities, from July 1,1999 through June 30, 2000; and
2. renew the cooperative agreement annually on a continuing basis.

There is no exchange of funds for this agreement.


C-17 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH HOWARD A. ENGLE, M.D., TO PROVIDE MEDICAL CONSULTATIVE SERVICES, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $75,000, FROM JULY 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. authorize the Superintendent to enter into a contractual agreement with Howard A. Engle, M.D., to provide medical consultative services, in an amount not to exceed $75,000, from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000:
2. authorize the Superintendent to renew the contract for up to two additional one-year periods; and
3. grant an exception to School Board Rule 6Gx13- 3F-1.021.

The appropriation for this item will be included in the 1999-2000

Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.


C-18 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT WITH THE DIVISION OF BLIND SERVICES, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, TO PROVIDE A COOPERATIVE SCHOOL PROGRAM FOR BLIND AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED STUDENTS, FROM JULY 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. enter into a cooperative agreement with the Division of Blind Services, Florida Department of Education, to provide a cooperative school program for blind and visually impaired students, from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000; and
2. renew the cooperative agreement annually on a continuing basis.

There is no exchange of funds for this agreement.


C-19 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH THE FLORIDA UNIT OF THE RECORDING FOR THE BLIND AND DYSLEXIC (RFB&D) TO CONDUCT OUTREACH ACTIVITIES AND PROVIDE TRAINING TO TEACHERS ON THE USE OF THE RFB&D SYSTEM, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $100,000, FROM JULY 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. authorize the Superintendent to enter into a contractual agreement with the Florida Unit for the Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic (RFB&D) to conduct outreach activities and to provide information, training and services to exceptional students, parents, and teachers regarding the use of the RFB&D system, and to cover the registration costs for eligible students who receive free or reduced price meals in an amount not to exceed $100,000, from July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000;
2. authorize the Superintendent to renew the contractual agreement for up to two additional one-year periods; and
3. grant an exception to Board Rule 6Gx13- 3F-1.021.

The appropriation for this item will be included in the 1999-2000 Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.


C-20 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH ICARE BAY POINT SCHOOLS, INC., MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, TO PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR 135 SCHOOL-AGE STUDENTS, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $568,106, FROM JULY 6, 1999, THROUGH JUNE 14, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. enter into a contractual agreement with ICARE Bay Point Schools, Inc., to provide educational services for 135 school-age students, in an amount not to exceed $568,106 from July 6, 1999 through June 14, 2000; and
2. exercise his discretion to renew the contractual agreement annually for up to four additional one-year periods.

The appropriation for this item will be included in the General Fund of the 1999-2000 Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.


C-21 AUTHORIZATION FOR PAYMENT FOR WLRN-TV FOR 1999-2000 SHARE OF THE PUBLIC BROADCASTING SERVICE PROGRAMMING AND NATIONAL NETWORK INTERCONNECTION COSTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the payment of $239,632 to the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) as WLRN-TV's share of PBS programming and national network interconnection costs for the period July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000. The appropriation for this item will included in the General Fund and the Contracted Services Fund of the Tentative Budget to be recommended in July 1999.

C-22 AUTHORIZATION FOR PAYMENT FOR WLRN-TV FOR 1999-2000 MEMBERSHIP IN THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA'S PUBLIC TELEVISION STATIONS, EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1999 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the payment of $21,151 for WLRN-TV for 1999-2000 membership in the Association of America's Public Television Stations, effective July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2000. The appropriation for this item will be included in the General Fund of the Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.

C-23 CONFIRMATION OF AN $18,000 DONATION FROM VELDA FARMS AND A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH THE RADISSON MART PLAZA HOTEL TO PROVIDE SERVICES IN SUPPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT’S ACADEMIC AWARDS CEREMONY ON JUNE 3, 1999

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. confirm an $18,000 donation from Velda Farms Dairies to underwrite the cost of the Superintendent's Academic Awards Ceremony for the 1998-99 school year: and
2. confirm a contractual agreement with the Radisson Mart Plaza Hotel to provide services related to the Superintendent's Academic Awards Ceremony, June 3, 1999, in an amount not to exceed $26 per participant.

The appropriation for this item is included in the Trust and Agency Fund of the 1998-99 Adopted Budget. There will be no cost to the district.


C-24 REQUEST AUTHORIZATION FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT TO ENTER INTO TWO CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENTS WITH THE WYNDHAM HOTEL IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $17,000 TO PROVIDE FOR LEASING OF MEETING ROOMS FOR AUGUST 19-20, 24-25, 1999, AND $20 PER PERSON FOR THE NEW TEACHER ORIENTATION LUNCHEON, ON AUGUST 23, 1999

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to enter into two contractual agreements with the Wyndham Hotel in an amount not to exceed $17,000 to provide for leasing of meeting rooms for August 19-20, 24-25, 1999, and $20 per person for the New Teacher Orientation Luncheon, on August 23, 1999.

The appropriations for these items will be included in the General Fund, and Trust and Agency Fund of the 1999-2000 Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption in July 1999.

C-25 REQUEST AUTHORIZATION FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT TO ACCEPT A DONATION OF COMPUTERS AND RELATED EQUIPMENT AND SOFTWARE FROM THE SOUTH FLORIDA INNER CITY GAMES/KNOWLEDGE ADVENTURE

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to accept a donation of computers and related equipment and software from South Florida Inner City Games/Knowledge Adventure. No local funds are required.

C-26 REQUEST AUTHORIZATION FOR THE SUPERINTENDENT TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO RECEIVE FUNDS, IN AN AMOUNT NOT TO EXCEED $26,000, FROM SOUTH FLORIDA INNER CITY GAMES FOR FUNDING SUMMER CAMP ACTIVITIES, FROM JULY 6, 1999 THROUGH AUGUST 13, 1999

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to enter into a contractual agreement for Miami-Dade County Public Schools to receive funds, in an amount not to exceed $26,000, from South Florida Inner City Games, for funding for summer camp activities, from July 6, 1999 through August 13, 1999. No local funds are required.

C-27 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO INCREASE FUNDING OF SELECTED BOARD-APPROVED COMMUNITY-BASED ORGANIZATIONS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1) authorize the Superintendent to increase funding for Film Society of Miami, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $8,000;
2) authorize the Superintendent to increase funding for City Theater, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $5,000; and
3) authorize Financial Affairs to revise community-based program budgets as reflected above.

Funds for these organizations are included in the General Fund of the 1998-99 Adopted Budget under various accounts.


C-30 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 09
CASE NO.: SM-126 (98/99) DOB: 06/30/82

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-126 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assign the student to an alternative education program for his/her tenure in Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

C-31 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 07
CASE NO.: SM-135 (98/99) DOB: 01/24/86

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-135 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 1998/99 school year, the 1999 summer session, and the 1999/2000 school year;
2. provide educational services in the opportunity school or alternative program during the term of the expulsion; and
3. following the term of the expulsion, permit the student to be returned to a regular school program in Miami-Dade County Public Schools if approved by the Office of Alternative Education and Dropout Prevention.


C-32 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 08
CASE NO.: SM-140 (98/99) DOB: 05/19/84

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-140 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 1998/99 school year, the 1999 summer session, and the 1999/2000 school year;
2. provide educational services in the opportunity school or alternative program during the term of the expulsion; and
3. following the term of the expulsion, permit the student to be returned to a regular school program in Miami-Dade County Public Schools if approved by the Office of Alternative Education and Dropout Prevention.


C-33 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 07
CASE NO.: SM-141 (98/99) DOB: 07/26/85

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-141 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 1998/99 school year, the 1999 summer session, and the 1999/2000 school year;
2. provide educational services in the opportunity school or alternative program during the term of the expulsion; and
3. following the term of the expulsion, permit the student to be returned to a regular school program in Miami-Dade County Public Schools if approved by the Office of Alternative Education and Dropout Prevention.


C-34 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 08
CASE NO.: SM-142 (98/99) DOB: 02/14/86

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-142 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 1998/99 school year, the 1999 summer session, and the 1999/2000 school year;
2. provide educational services in the opportunity school or alternative program during the term of the expulsion; and
3. following the term of the expulsion, permit the student to be returned to a regular school program in Miami-Dade County Public Schools if approved by the Office of Alternative Education and Dropout Prevention.


C-35 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 11
CASE NO.: SM-143 (98/99) DOB: 12/22/81

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-143 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assign the student to an alternative education program for his/her tenure in Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

C-36 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 10
CASE NO.: SM-144 (98/99) DOB: 02/19/82

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-144 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assign the student to an alternative education program for his/her tenure in Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

C-37 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 12
CASE NO.: SM-145 (98/99) DOB: 02/06/80

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-145 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assign the student to an alternative education program for his/her tenure in Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

C-38 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 07
CASE NO.: SM-148 (98/99) DOB: 08/20/84

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-148 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 1998/99 school year, the 1999 summer session, and the 1999/2000 school year;
2. provide educational services in the opportunity school or alternative program during the term of the expulsion; and
3. following the term of the expulsion, permit the student to be returned to a regular school program in Miami-Dade County Public Schools if approved by the Office of Alternative Education and Dropout Prevention.


C-39 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 08
CASE NO.: SM-150 (98/99) DOB: 10/06/83

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-150 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools for the maximum time permitted under law, which is the 1998/99 school year, the 1999 summer session, and the 1999/2000 school year;
2. provide educational services in the opportunity school or alternative program during the term of the expulsion; and
3. following the term of the expulsion, permit the student to be returned to a regular school program in Miami-Dade County Public Schools if approved by the Office of Alternative Education and Dropout Prevention.


C-40 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: 10
CASE NO.: SM-152 (98/99) DOB: 04/08/82

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, expel the student specified in the supplemental material SM-152 (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the regular and adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools and assign the student to an alternative education program for his/her tenure in Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

C-41 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: ADULT
OATACE CASE NO.: 048AD (98/99) DOB: 12/07/80

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, expel the student specified in supplemental material 048AD (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

C-42 EXPULSION OF STUDENT GRADE: ADULT
OATACE CASE NO.: 050AD (98/99) DOB: 12/01/82

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, expel the student specified in supplemental material 050AD (98/99), furnished under separate cover to Board members, from the adult programs of Miami-Dade County Public Schools.

D. DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT: SCHOOL OPERATIONS

D-1 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A DONATION FROM THE REBOZO COMMUNITY CHARITABLE REMAINDER ANNUITY TRUST

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, accept a donation in the amount of $15,448.40 from the Rebozo Community Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust for Key Biscayne Community School.

D-2 PRESENTATION OF A PLAN OUTLINING COST ESTIMATES AND TIME LINES TO CLOSE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS FOR LUNCH

D-3 EXCEPTION TO THE OPENING AND CLOSING HOURS OF SCHOOL FOR THE 1999-2000 SCHOOL YEAR FOR CHRISTINA M. EVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

RECOMMENDED: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the exception to the opening and closing hours of school for the 1999-2000 school year for Christina M. Eve Elementary School.

E. DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT: PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES

E-1 PERSONNEL ACTION LISTING OF INSTRUCTIONAL AND NON INSTRUCTIONAL APPOINTMENTS, REASSIGNMENTS, LEAVES AND SEPARATIONS: APRIL 14 - MAY 11, 1999

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the instructional and non instructional appointments, reassignments, leaves, and separations as included in Personnel Action Listing 880.

E-2 APPOINTMENTS, LATERAL ASSIGNMENTS OF MANAGERIAL EXEMPT, PROFESSIONAL, AND TECHNICAL PERSONNEL FOR 1998-99

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the recommendations as set forth for appointments and lateral transfers, to be effective June 24, 1999, or as soon thereafter as can be facilitated.

E-3 APPOINTMENT OF PERSONNEL NOT ACTED UPON PREVIOUSLY

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, effective July 1, 1999, approve nominations of staff members whose names appear on Appointment List 6 for appointment, as applicable, to annual or professional service contracts, subject to reduction-in-force procedures and/or change in staffing patterns in accordance with state statutes, collective bargaining provisions, and Miami-Dade County School Board rules.

E-4 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
DISTRICT SUPERVISOR,
INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT, (PROJECT TEACH)

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, appoint Ms. Raquel H. Cruz, currently an Educational Specialist, Division of Bilingual/Foreign Language Skills, to the open budgeted position of District Supervisor, Instructional Support (Project TEACH), MAPP Pay Grade 45, 12 months, and assign to the Division of Bilingual/Foreign Language Skills, effective June 24, 1999, or as soon thereafter as can be facilitated.

E-5 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
COORDINATOR II,
SUBSTANCE EDUCATION

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, appoint Dr. Lois M. Schumacher, currently an Educational Specialist, Division of Student Services, to the open budgeted position of Coordinator II, Substance Abuse, MAPP Pay Grade 42, 12 months, and assign to the Division of Student Services, effective June 24, 1999, or as soon thereafter as can be facilitated.

E-6 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
COORDINATOR I,
A/E SELECTION, NEGOTIATIONS AND DESIGN MANAGEMENT

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, laterally assign Mr. Jorge L. Rodriguez, currently a Coordinator I, Construction, pay grade 40, to the open budgeted position of Coordinator I, A/E Selection, Negotiations and Design Management, pay grade 40, 12 months, effective June 24, 1999, or as soon thereafter as can be facilitated.

E-7 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING (EDP)
AUDITS COORDINATOR

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, appoint Mr. Michael C. Ball, currently a Senior EDP Auditor, pay grade 38, to the open budgeted position of EDP Audits Coordinator, pay grade 42, 12 months, and assign to Management and Compliance Audits, effective June 24, 1999, or as soon thereafter as can be facilitated.

E-8 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
COORDINATOR II,
INVENTORY CONTROL

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, appoint Mr. Thomas Jones. Jr., currently a Coordinator I, Capital Improvement, pay grade 40, to the open budgeted position of Coordinator II, Inventory Control, pay grade 41, 12 months, and assign to Maintenance Materials Management, effective June 24, 1999, or as soon thereafter as can be facilitated.

E-9 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
SUPERVISOR II,
SITE PLANNING AND GOVERNMENT LIAISON

E-10 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
MANAGER II, DOCUMENT SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION

E-11 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
NETWORK ANALYST I (2)

E-12 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
MANAGER II, WELLNESS PROGRAM AND AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT SERVICES

E-13 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
SUPERVISOR I,
NETWORK SERVICES

E-14 APPOINT AND ASSIGN:
BUYER (3)
PROCUREMENT AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT

E-16 CONTRACT EMPLOYMENT OF AN ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO INDIVIDUAL SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, contractually employ Mr. Erhabor Onaiwu as Administrative Assistant to School Board Member, Dr. Robert C. Ingram, effective June 24, 1999, or as soon thereafter as can be facilitated.

E-17 REQUEST TO EXPAND THE SENIOR MANAGEMENT SERVICE CLASS (SMSC) OF THE FLORIDA RETIREMENT SYSTEM (FRS)

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the enrollment of personnel employed in designated positions into the Senior Management Service Class of the Florida Retirement System, effective July 1, 1999. The appropriation for this item will be included in the General Fund of the 1999-2000 Tentative Budget to be recommended for adoption on July 26, 1999.

E-18 REQUEST FOR RENEWAL/EXTENSION OF GENERAL/AUTO LIABILITY AND PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE COVERAGES

E-19 DISMISSAL OF EMPLOYEE
JOE L. LAMB - CUSTODIAN
MIAMI CAROL CITY SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

RECOMMENDED
: That effective June 23, 1999, at the close of the workday, the School Board suspend and initiate dismissal proceedings against Mr. Joe L. Lamb, Custodian, Miami Carol City Senior High School, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

E-20 DISMISSAL OF EMPLOYEE
EARLINE BLACK - BUS AIDE
SOUTHWEST TRANSPORTATION CENTER

RECOMMENDED
: That effective June 23, 1999, at the close of the workday, the School Board suspend and initiate dismissal proceedings against Ms. Earline Black, Bus Aide, Southwest Transportation Center, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

E-21 DISMISSAL OF EMPLOYEE
DEXTIE CLARINGTON - BUS DRIVER
SOUTHWEST TRANSPORTATION CENTER

RECOMMENDED
: That effective June 23, 1999, at the close of the workday, the School Board suspend and initiate dismissal proceedings against Ms. Dextie Clarington, Bus Driver, Southwest Transportation Center, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

E-22 DISMISSAL OF EMPLOYEE
ANNIE G. GLOVER - FOOD SERVICE MANAGER I
EARLINGTON HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

RECOMMENDED
: That effective June 23, 1999, at the close of the workday, the School Board suspend and initiate dismissal proceedings against Ms. Annie G. Glover, Food Service Manger I, at Earlington Heights Elementary School, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

E-23 DISMISSAL OF EMPLOYEE
DOROTHY G. MORGAN - TEACHER
ENEIDA M. HARTNER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

RECOMMENDED
: That effective June 23, 1999, at the close of the workday, the School Board suspend and initiate dismissal proceedings against Ms. Dorothy G. Morgan, Teacher at Eneida M. Hartner Elementary School, pending the outcome of a hearing, if requested.

F. DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT: FEDERAL PROGRAMS AND GRANTS ADMINISTRATION

F-1 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR FUNDING THE FLORIDA DIAGNOSTIC AND LEARNING RESOURCES SYSTEM-SOUTH, UNDER THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT (IDEA), PART B, SUPPORT SERVICES; IDEA, PART B, TITLE II, PRESCHOOL; AND GENERAL REVENUE FUNDS, JULY 1, 1999 -AUGUST 31, 2000; AND TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA, TO PROVIDE CHILD FIND, HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES IN MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA, JULY 1, 1999 - AUGUST 31, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Dade County, Florida authorize the Superintendent to;

1. accept a grant award from the Florida Department of Education for funding the Florida Diagnostic and Learning Resources System-South, under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Part B, Support Services, in the amount of $1,252,947; IDEA, Part B, Title II, Preschool, in the amount of $204,542; and, General Revenue funds, in the amount of $123,683, for a total of $1,581,172, July 1, 1999 - August 31, 2000;
2. enter into an agreement with the School Board of Monroe County, Florida, to provide Child Find, Human Resource Development and Technology Services in Monroe County, Florida, in the amount of $160,000, July 1, 1999 -August 31, 2000;
3. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amounts approved by the granting agency, such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.


F-2 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM AND ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH THE UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY FOR FUNDING THE HEALTH PROMOTING FLORIDA/NEWLY INDEPENDENT STATES SISTER SCHOOLS PROJECT, JULY 1, 1999 - AUGUST 3, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. accept a grant award from and enter into a contractual agreement with the United States Information Agency, in the amount of $197,500, for funding the Health Promoting Florida/Newly Independent States Sister Schools Project, July 1, 1999 - August 3, 2000;
2. submit the above-referenced grant application to other appropriate funding sources as they become available; and
3. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amounts approved by the granting agency; such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.


F-3 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM THE PILLSBURY COMPANY FOUNDATION FOR FUNDING THE "HANDS-ON TEAMS IN SCIENCE" PROJECT AT ERNEST R GRAHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, APRIL 5, 1999 - APRIL 9, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. accept a grant award from The Pillsbury Company Foundation, in the amount of $6,000, for funding the "Hands-on Teams In Science" Project at Ernest R Graham Elementary School, April 5,1999 - April 9, 2000;
2. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amounts approved by the granting agency; such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.


F-4 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM AND ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES FOR FUNDING UNDER THE ADULT EDUCATION REFUGEE/ENTRANT TARGETED ASSISTANCE DISCRETIONARY GRANT PROGRAM, AUGUST 13, 1999 - AUGUST 12, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. accept a grant award from and enter into a contractual agreement with the Florida Department of Children and Families, in the amount of $4,000,000, for funding under the Adult Education Refugee/Entrant Targeted Assistance Discretionary Grant Program, August 13, 1999 - August 12, 2000;
2. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amounts approved by the granting agency; such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.


F-5 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR FUNDING UNDER TITLE VI - INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES, IMPROVING AMERICA'S SCHOOLS ACT, JULY 1, 1999 - JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. accept a grant award from the Florida Department of Education, in the amount of $2,939,056, for funding under Title VI - Innovative Education Program Strategies, Improving America's Schools Act, July 1, 1999 -June 30, 2000;
2. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amounts approved by the granting agency; such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.


F-6 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR FUNDING UNDER TITLE VI - INNOVATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM STRATEGIES AND CLASS-SIZE REDUCTION PROGRAM, IMPROVING AMERICA'S SCHOOLS ACT, JULY 1, 1999 - JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. accept a grant award from the Florida Department of Education, in the amount of $10,718,155, for funding under Title VI - Innovative Education Program Strategies and Class-Size Reduction Program, Improving America's Schools Act, July 1, 1999 June 30, 2000;
2. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amounts approved by the granting agency; such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.


F-7 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR FUNDING UNDER THE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES EDUCATION ACT (IDEA), TO FUND IDEA, PART B; IDEA, PART B, PRESCHOOL; AND IDEA, PART B, DISCRETIONARY SUPPLEMENT, JULY 1, 1999-JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. accept a grant award from the Florida Department of Education for funding under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), to fund IDEA, Part B, in the amount of $20,074,272; IDEA, Part B, Preschool, in the amount of $1,427,029; and IDEA, Part B, Discretionary Supplement, in the amount of $1,440,719, July 1,1999 - June 30, 2000;
2. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amounts approved by the granting agency, such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.


F-8 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES, FOR FUNDING THE UNIVERSAL HIRING PROGRAM, MAY 1, 1999-APRIL 30, 2002

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. accept a grant award from the United States Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, in the approximate amount of $2,250,000, for funding the Universal Hiring Program, May 1,1999 - April 30, 2002;
2. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amount approved by the granting agency, such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.


F-9 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION UNDER THE IMPROVING AMERICA'S SCHOOL ACT, 1994, TITLE I PROGRAM, JULY 1, 1999 - JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. accept a grant award from the Florida Department of Education, in the total amount of $80,511,765, under the Improving America's School Act, 1994, Title I Program, July 1, 1999 - June 30, 2000;
2. submit the above-referenced grant application to other appropriate funding sources as they become available; and
3. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amounts approved by the granting agency; such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.


F-10 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A GRANT AWARD FROM THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FOR FUNDING UNDER THE TITLE I MIGRANT CHILD PROGRAM, JULY 1, 1999 - JUNE 30, 2000

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to:

1. accept a grant award from the Florida Department of Education, in the amount of $1,013,361, for funding under the Title I Migrant Child Program, July 1, 1999 - June 30, 2000; and
2. Financial Affairs to establish appropriations in the amounts approved by the granting agency; such appropriations to be reported periodically to the Board.

G. CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER: FINANCIAL AFFAIRS

G-1 AUTHORIZATION OF EXPENDITURES EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 1999 UNTIL THE 1999-2000 TENTATIVE BUDGET IS ADOPTED

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to expend funds for payrolls and expenses up to 75 percent of aggregate amounts contained in the 1998-99 budget (all funds) until such time as the 1999-2000 budget is tentatively adopted on July 26, 1999.

G-2 RESOLUTION NO. 3, 1998-99 GENERAL FUND SPRING BUDGET REVIEW

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

a. Adopt Resolution No. 3, 1998-99 General Fund Spring Budget Review, decreasing revenues and appropriations and reserves by $415,948.
b. Adopt the Summary of Revenues and Appropriations (page 4) and the Summary of Appropriations by Function.


G-3 RESOLUTION NO. 2, 1998-99 CONTRACTED PROGRAMS FUND SPRING BUDGET REVIEW

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

a. adopt resolution No. 2,1998-99 Contracted Programs Fund Spring Budget Review, increasing revenues and appropriations by $16,210,167.
b. adopt the Summary of Revenues and Appropriations and the Summary of Appropriations by Function (page 4).


G-4 AMENDMENT TO RESOLUTION NO. 98-03; REQUESTING ISSUANCE BY THE STATE BOARD OF ADMINISTRATION OF FLORIDA OF $249,217,537 OF LOTTERY REVENUE BONDS FOR AND ON BEHALF OF THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve Amendment to Resolution No. 98-03 requesting the State Board of Administration to issue lottery revenue bonds in the amount of $249,217,537 on behalf of the Board for purposes of financing the cost of capital outlay projects described in section 1(b) therein and authorize the Superintendent and the School Board Chair to sign the required certification.

G-11 MONTHLY FINANCIAL REPORT FOR APRIL i999

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, receive and file the Monthly Financial Report for April 1999.

G-12 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACTUAL AGREEMENT WITH CITY VEST FINANCIAL CORP. AND NELSON BROWN EQUITIES, INC. TO EFFECT THE COLLECTION AND DISBURSEMENT OF ASSETS FOR VARIOUS MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS OFFICES AND SCHOOLS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. authorize the Superintendent to enter into a Finder's Fee Agreement with City Vest Financial Corp. to effect the collection and disbursement of assets in the approximate amount of $106,935 for various offices and schools in the Miami-Dade County public school system and pay City Vest Financial Corp. 12.5% of the money assets received; and,
2. authorize the Superintendent to enter into a Finder’s Fee Agreement with Nelson Brown Equities, Inc. to effect the collection and disbursement of assets in the approximate amount of $23,200 for various offices and schools in the Miami-Dade County public school system and pay Nelson Brown Equities, Inc. 12.5% of the money assets received; and,
3. authorize the Superintendent to provide limited Power of Attorney to City Vest Financial Corp. and Nelson Brown Equities, Inc. to process all necessary paperwork to retrieve the money.


G-22 TAX ANTICIPATION NOTES, SERIES 1999

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

a) Adopt Resolution 99-20 authorizing the issuance of the Tax Anticipation Notes, Series 1999 to provide interim funds for the operation of the District, such Notes to be retired from the proceeds of ad valorem taxes to be received during Fiscal Year 1999-2000 for operating purposes; and
b) Approve the payment of fees and expenses as listed on Appendix A.


G-23 NEW BANK ACCOUNT FOR INSURANCE CLAIMS ACCOUNTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the opening of a bank account with Citibank, New York, by the Superintendent or his designee for issuance of the School Board's insurance related payments as pan of its renewal contract with Gallagher-Bassett Services as claims administrator, effective July 1, 1999.

G-61 REQUEST FOR APPROVAL OF SUPPLEMENTAL AWARDS ON TERM BIDS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, APPROVE the supplemental awards on the following term bids, inasmuch as the estimated requirements, previously awarded by the Board, will be exceeded before the bid terms expire:

(1)

Bid #269-VV05–ELECTRICAL LIGHTING FIXTURES, to establish a contract, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of electrical lighting fixtures, for Maintenance Materials Management stock, during the term of the bid, effective September 1, 1998, through August 31, 1999. This supplemental award is requested due to an increase in usage. Last contract usage averaged $15,939.90 per month, while this year’s usage has averaged $17,450.72 per month. The supplemental amount requested is based on the average monthly expenditure amount, times the twelve (12) month contract period, minus the original award amount.

Fund Source - 0100 - General
M/WBE Eligibility - Female
                               Hispanic Male

1. CONSOLIDATED ELECTRIC SUPPLY
P.O. BOX 420498
MIAMI, FL 33142
OWNER: JOHN BURKE, PRESIDENT

2. GENERAL ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY
1000 NW 33 STREET
POMPANO BEACH, FL 33064
OWNER: JACK WELSH, PRESIDENT

3. GRAINGER
2255 NW 89 PLACE
MIAMI, FL 33172
OWNER: DAVID GRAINGER, PRESIDENT

4. MERCEDES ELECTRIC SUPPLY
P.O. BOX 420498
MIAMI, FL 33166
OWNER: MERCEDES LAPORTA (WF)

5. RIDER DISTRIBUTOR, INC.
P.O. BOX 126506
MIAMI, FL 33012
OWNER: JORGE PELAEZ (HM)

6. WORLD ELECTRIC SUPPLY AND LIGHTING, INC.
15500 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FL 33162
OWNER: MILDRED ALPERT (WF)
ORIGINAL AWARD AMOUNT $ 161,070.98
PREVIOUS SUPPLEMENTAL $ 0
THIS SUPPLEMENTAL $ 48,337.66

(2)

Bid #061-XX07–ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT MANUFACTURERS (O.E.M.) PARTS FOR SCHOOL BUSES, to establish a contract, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of original equipment manufacturers (O.E.M.) parts for school buses for Transportation Maintenance, during the term of the bid effective October 25, 1998, through October 24, 1999. This supplemental award is requested inasmuch as the projected estimated expenditure amount indicated in the award, was based on an (8) eight month period in lieu of a (12) twelve month period. The supplemental amount requested is based on the average monthly expenditure amount, times the twelve (12) month period, minus the original award amount.

 
Fund Source - Various
M/WBE Eligibility - None

 

1. PALMETTO FORD TRUCK SALES
7245 NW 36 STREET
MIAMI, FL 33166
OWNER: ROBERT YGLESIAS

2. RECHTIEN INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS
7227 NW 74 AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33166
OWNER: RICHARD RECHTIEN

ORIGINAL AWARD AMOUNT $ 378,000.00
PREVIOUS SUPPLEMENTAL $ 0
THIS SUPPLEMENTAL $ 256,200.00

 

(3)

Bid #068-XX09–PRINTING AND DISTRIBUTION – ADULT VOCATIONAL PROGRAM, to establish a contract, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of adult educational programs for the Office Of Applied Technology, Adult and Career Education, during the term of the bid, effective November 18, 1998, through August 31, 1999. The quantities indicated on the bid were for the printing of one issue. An unauthorized order was placed to the vendor by the Office of Applied Technology, Adult, and Career Education for the printing of a second issue. The supplemental amount requested is for the 550,000 copies of the second issue. Services have been rendered for both issues.

 
Fund Source - 0100-General
M/WBE Eligibility - None

1. THE MIAMI HERALD PUBLISHING CO.
ONE HERALD PLAZA
MIAMI, FL 33132

ORIGINAL AWARD AMOUNT $ 153,450.00
PREVIOUS SUPPLEMENTAL $ 0
THIS SUPPLEMENTAL $ 153,450.00

 

(4)

Bid #088-XX06–PHYSICAL EDUCATION/ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES, to establish a contract, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of physical education athletic equipment and supplies, for various locations, during the term of the bid, effective October 21, 1998, through October 20, 1999. This supplemental award is requested inasmuch as this was a first time bid, and the estimated expenditure amount was insufficient. Purchases made utilizing other governmental agencies contracts, and the open market, averaged $8,618 per month, prior to this bid. The supplemental amount requested is based on the average monthly expenditure amount of $14,060.65, times the twelve (12) month contract period, minus the original award amount.

Fund Source - Various
M/WBE Eligibility - None

 

1. ACME UTILITY PRODUCTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 880007
BOCA RATON, FL 33488-0007
OWNER: BILL LADIN

Item 1 - @ 0% discount.

2. ALUMINUM ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT COMPANY
4 PORTLAND ROAD
WEST CONSHOHOCKEN, PA 194248
OWNER: TIMOTHY DRISCOLL

Item 1 - @ 10% discount.
Item 2 - @ 10% discount.

3. BSN SPORTS
BOX 7726
DALLAS, TX 75209
OWNER: ROBERT POER

Item 1 - @ 10% discount.
Item 2 - @ 10% discount.

4. BIGGER FASTER STRONGER
805 WEST 2400 SOUTH
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84119
OWNER: BLAINE WILLIAMS

Item 1 - @ 0% discount.
Item 2 - @ 0% discount.

5. BLOCH MEDICAL EQUIPMENT
7361 NW 78 STREET
MIAMI, FL 33166
OWNER: DON ANDERSON

Item 1 - @ 15% discount.
Item 2 - @ 20% discount.

6. CANNON SPORTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 11179
BURBANK, CA 91510
OWNER: RUBEN AGUSTIN

Item 1 - @ 0% discount.
Item 2 - @ 0% discount.

7. CIRCLE SYSTEM GROUP
653 BUSHKILL STREET
EASTON, PA 18042
OWNER: DAVID DRILL

Item 1 - @ 20% discount.
Item 1A - @ 6% discount.
Item 2 - @ 10% discount.
Item 2A - @ 5% discount.

8. COLLEGIATE PACIFIC
P.O. BOX 7087
DALLAS, TX 75209
OWNER: MIKE BLEMENFELD

Item 1 - @ 5% discount.
Item 2 - @ 5% discount.

9. FITMED
20423 STATE ROAD 7, SUITE 343
BOCA RATON, FL 33498
OWNER: JEFF MILANO

Item 1 - @ 10% discount.
Item 2 - @ 6% discount.

10. GILL SPORTS EQUIPMENT
201 COURTESY ROAD
URBANA, IL 61801
OWNER: DAVID HODGE

Item 1 - @ 15% discount.
Item 2 - @ 15% discount

11. GOPHER SPORT
P.O. BOX 998
OWATONNA, MN 55060
OWNER: JOEL JENNINGS

Item 1 - @ 15% discount.
Item 2 - @ 15% discount.

12. GREGG UNITED SPORTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 970008
BOCA RATON, FL 33497
OWNER: MITCH ETKIND
Item 1 - @ 40% discount.

13. HL CLASSIC CORPORATION
P.O. BOX 3327
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA 90266
OWNER: DEAN SCHOPPE

Item 1 - @ 10% discount.
Item 2 - @ 10% discount.

14. M-F ATHLETIC CO., INC.
P.O. BOX 8090
AMFLEX DRIVE
CRANSTON, RI 02920
OWNER: MARCY DAWLEY

Item 1 - @ 10% discount.
Item 2 - @ 10% discount.

15. MIMI-FEDERAL MARKETING SERVICE
P.O. BOX 241367
MONTGOMERY, AL 36124
OWNER: JESSE MARTIN, JR.

Item 1 - @ 0% discount.
Item 2 - @ 0% discount.

16. MAJESTIC SALES
20 PEQUOT TRAIL
WESTPORT, CT 06880
OWNERS: MELVIN ZIMMERS AND HERB PODEL

Item 1 - @ 8% discount.
Item 2 - @ 8% discount.

17. PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS
6510 NORTH 54 STREET
TAMPA, FL 33610
OWNER: JOHN MILLER

Item 1 - @ 15% discount.
Item 2 - @ 10% discount.

18. RIDDELL/ALL AMERICAN
1320 TAYLOR STREET
ELYRIA, OH 44035-6268
OWNER: JIM MOTHERWELL

Item 1 - @ 15% discount.
Item 2 - @ 15% discount.

19. ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPORTS, INC.
1898 SOUTH FLATIRON COURT
BOULDER, CO 80301
OWNER: C.D. BODAM

Item 1 - @ 10% discount.
Item 2 - @ 10% discount

20. S AND S WORLDWIDE, INC.
P.O. BOX 513
COLCHESTER, CT 06415
OWNER: KATHERINE SHEA

Item 1 - @ 8% discount.
Item 2 - @ 8% discount.

21. SPORTIME
1 SPORTIME WAY
ATLANTA, GA 30340
OWNER: FREDDIE BRITT

Item 1 - @ 10% discount.
Item 2 - @ 10% discount.

22. SPORTS HEALTH
DIVISION OF SCHOOL HEALTH CORPORATION
865 MUIRFIELD DRIVE
HANOVER PARK, IL 60103
OWNER: DEANA KOSTER

Item 1 - @ 5% discount.

23. SPORTMASTER
P.O. BOX 5000
PITTSBURGH, PA 15206
OWNER: LUCIEN BROMBERGER

Item 1 - @ 5% discount.

24. SUPER-NET
114 NORTH SALEM STREET
APEX, NC 27502
OWNER: GLEN PASSNER

Item 1 - @ 5% discount.
Item 2 - @ 5% discount.

25. ZIGGY’S SOCCER, INC.
D/B/A SOCCER LOCKER
9492 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY
MIAMI, FL 33156
OWNER: DAVID ZIGHELBOLM

Item 1 - @ 30% discount.
Item 2 - @ 30% discount.

26. ZIPP SPORTING GOODS
P.O. BOX 432700
SOUTH MIAMI, FL 33143
OWNER: MARTIN HOCHMAN

Item 1A - @ 25% discount.
Item 1B - @ 0% discount.
Item 1C - @ 17% discount.
Item 1D - @ 37% discount.
Item 1E - @ 40% discount.

ORIGINAL AWARD AMOUNT $ 105,000.00
PREVIOUS SUPPLEMENTAL $ 0
THIS SUPPLEMENTAL $ 63,727.00


G-62 REPORT OF PURCHASES MADE WITHIN GUIDELINES OF BOARD RULE 6Gx13- 3C-1.10

(1)

PO DATE       PO NO            VENDOR                                                                           AMOUNT
05/21/99       K00650896       MCQUAY INTERNATIONAL                                          $13,064.45
                                               D/B/A MCQUAY SERVICE
                                               3540 W. PROSPECT ROAD, SUITE 201
                                               FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33309

(2)

05/21/99       K00651128       YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION                    $ 26,166.00
                                               3300 CORPORATE AVENUE, SUITE 114
                                               FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33331

(3)

05/21/99       K00651129       YORK INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION                    $ 16,823.00
                                               3300 CORPORATE AVENUE, SUITE 114
                                               FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33331

G-63 REPORT OF PURCHASE MADE UTILIZING OTHER GOVERNMENT BIDS

(1)

PO DATE       PO NO          VENDOR                                                                          AMOUNT
05/18/99       J01733006       LOU’S GUNSHOP AND POLICE SUPPLY, INC.           $ 10, 775.80
                                              4151 PALM AVENUE
                                              HIALEAH, FL 33012

G-64 REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION FOR PURCHASES OVER $100,000 UTILIZING OTHER GOVERNMENT ENTITY BIDS

G-65 REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD AUCTION OF APRIL 13, 1999

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RECEIVE the report of the auction of April 13, 1999, surplus equipment auction results.

G-66 RENEWAL OF BID #260-SS01M/WBE – ARMED SECURITY GUARD SERVICES II

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid #260-SS01M/WBE – ARMED SECURITY GUARD SERVICES II, to purchase, at firm unit prices, armed security guard services, for the South Central area, between Flagler Street and Coral Way, during the term of the bid, effective July 1, 1999, through September 30, 1999, as follows:

1. ART HALL PROTECTION SERVICE, INC.
6600 NW 27 AVENUE, #101
MIAMI, FL 33147 EST. $ 60,280.91 OWNER: ARTHUR HALL (AM)

Total Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Items 1 through 3.

Item 1 – Custom Protection Officer @ $13.40 per hour.
Item 2 – Upgraded Armed Security Guard @ $10.37 per hour.
Item 3 – Armed Security Guard @ $9.62 per hour.
(Final Ninety (90) Day Renewal Period)

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $60,280.91. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-67 RENEWAL OF BID #162-TT02 – WASTE REMOVAL, OILY RAGS AND OIL FILTERS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid #162-TT02 – WASTE REMOVAL, OILY RAGS AND OIL FILTERS, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of oily rags and oil filter waste removal, for various locations, during the term of the bid, effective August 1, 1999, through July 31, 2000, as follows:

1. CLIFF BERRY, INC.
P.O. BOX 13079
PORT EVERGLADES STATION
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33316 EST. $ 9,830.74
OWNER: CLIFF BERRY, SR.

PRIMARY – Low Unit Price – Item 1 – Oily rags @ $67.50 per 55 gallon drum.

2. ATLANTIC INDUSTRIAL SERVICES, INC.
FORMERLY R.S. ENVIRONMENTAL
1411 NW 13 AVENUE
POMPANO BEACH, FL 33069 EST. $ 1,872.53
OWNER: MICHAEL LEVITSKY, PRESIDENT

PRIMARY – Low Unit Price – Item 2 – Oily filters @ $22.50 per 55 gallon drum.

3. MAGNUM ENVIRONMENTAL
1280 NE 48 STREET
POMPANO BEACH, FL 33064
OWNER: AL DIMARIA, C.E.O.

ALTERNATE – Second Low Unit Price – Item 2 – Oily filters @ $25 per 55 gallon drum.

4. PERMA-FIX OF FT. LAUDERDALE, INC.
3701 SW 47 AVENUE, SUITE 109
DAVIE, FL 33314
OWNER: DR. LOUIS CENTOFANTI, C.E.O.

ALTERNATE – Second Low Unit Price – Item 1 – Oily rags @ $110 per 55 gallon drum.
(Second Annual Renewal And Third Year Of Contract)

5. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $11,703.27. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-68 RENEWAL OF BID #163-TT02 – WASTE REMOVAL, HAZARDOUS PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid #163-TT02 – WASTE REMOVAL, HAZARDOUS PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL, to purchase, at a firm unit price, quantities, as may be required, of waste removal for hazardous photographic material, for various locations, during the term of the bid, effective August 1, 1999, through July 31, 2000, as follows:

1. CHEMICAL POLLUTION CONTROL OF FLORIDA
3428 SW 15 STREET
DEERFIELD BEACH, FL 33442 EST. $ 2,680.70
OWNER: PHILIP EPSTEIN

PRIMARY – Low Unit Price: Only Item – Photographic waste @ $125 per 55 gallon drum.

2. A.R. PAQUETTE AND COMPANY, INC.
1400 E. INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
DELAND, FL 32724
OWNER: ALLEN PAQUETTE, PRESIDENT

SECONDARY – Low Unit Price: Only Item – Photographic waste @ $165 per 55 gallon drum.
(Second Annual Renewal and Third Year of Contract)

3. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $2,680.70. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-69 RENEWAL OF BID #165–TT02 – WASTE REMOVAL, HAZARDOUS SCHOOL- RELATED MATERIAL

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid #165-TT02 — WASTE REMOVAL, HAZARDOUS SCHOOL- RELATED MATERIAL, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of school-related waste removal, for various locations, during the term of the bid, effective August 1, 1999, through July 31, 2000, as follows:

PRIMARY
1. USL CITY ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES OF FLORIDA, INC.
7202 E. 8 AVENUE
TAMPA, FL 33619 EST. $ 46,395.78 OWNER: W. GREGORY ORR, PRESIDENT

Total Low Unit Price: Groups I through V.

GROUP I: CHEMISTRY LAB-PACKS
A. Routine removal @ $215 per 55 gallon drum, $161 per 30 gallon drum and $86 per 5 gallon pail.
B. Emergency removal @ $500 per 55 gallon drum, $375 per 30 gallon drum and $200 per 5 gallon pail.


GROUP II: PRESERVED SPECIMENS/BIOLOGICAL

A. Preserved in alcohol @ $250 per 30 gallon drum and $125 per 15 gallon pail.
B. Preserved in formaldehyde @ $175 per 30 gallon drum and $100 per 15 gallon pail.


GROUP III: BALLASTS/TRANSFORMERS

A. Ballasts/Transformers, containing PCB’s @ $232 per 55 gallon drum.


GROUP IV: CERTIFIED LABORATORY ANALYSIS AND TESTING

A. Sampling @ $50 per sample.
B. TCLP Extraction @ $150 per test.
C. TCLP RCRA Metal @ $150 per test.
D. Ignitability @ $15 per test.
E. Reactivity @ $40 per test.
F. Corrosivity @ $15 per test.
G. Percent Solid @ $15 per test.
H. BTU/lb @ $25 per test.
I. Flashpoint @ $20 per test.
J. Total Cyanide @ $35 per test.
K. Total RCRA Metals @ $90 per test.
L. Specific Gravity @ $15 per test.
M. Suspended Solids @ $9 per test.
N. Total Halogens @ $20 per test.
O. Total Volatile Organic Aromatics (VOA) @ $61 per test.
P. Total Recoverable Petroleum Hydrocarbons @ $50 per test.
Q. Volatile Organic Halocarbons (VOH) @ $60 per test.
R. Total Organic Halides @ $25 per test.


GROUP V: EMERGENCY RESPONSE HAZMAT CLEANUP
(Vendor must respond within 3 hours of notification)

A. Mobilization @ $500 per job.

ALTERNATE

2. A.R. PAQUETTE AND COMPANY, INC.
1400 E INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY
DELAND, FL 32724 OWNER: ALLEN R. PAQUETTE, PRESIDENT

Second Total Low Unit Prices: Groups I through V

GROUP I: CHEMISTRY LAB-PACKS

A. Routine removal @ $595 per 55 gallon drum, $395 per 30 gallon drum and $175 per 5 gallon pail.
B. Emergency removal @ $695 per 55 gallon drum, $495 per 30 gallon drum and $225 per 5 gallon pail.


GROUP II: PRESERVED SPECIMENS/BIOLOGICAL

A. Preserved in alcohol @ $30 per 30 gallon drum and $30 per 15 gallon pail.
B. Preserved in formaldehyde @ $30 per 30 gallon drum and $30 per 15 gallon pail.


GROUP III: BALLASTS/TRANSFORMERS

A. Ballasts/Transformers, containing PCB’s @ $560 per 55 gallon drum.


GROUP IV: CERTIFIED LABORATORY ANALYSIS AND TESTING

A. Sampling @ No Charge per sample.
B. TCLP Extraction @ No Charge per test.
C. TCLP RCRA Metal @ $205 per test.
D. Ignitability @ $42 per test.
E. Reactivity @ $82 per test.
F. Corrosivity @ $12 per test.
G. Percent Solid @ $25 per test.
H. BTU/lb @ $60 per test.
I. Flashpoint @ $42 per test.
J. Total Cyanide @ $60 per test.
K. Total RCRA Metals @ $150 per test.
L. Specific Gravity @ $25 per test.
M. Suspended Solids @ $25 per test.
N. Total Halogens @ $50 per test.
O. Total Volatile Organic Aromatics (VOA) @ $120 per test.
P. Total Recoverable Petroleum Hydrocarbons @ $65 per test.
Q. Volatile Organic Halocarbons (VOH) @ $75 per test.
R. Total Organic Halides @ $55 per test.

GROUP V: EMERGENCY RESPONSE HAZMAT CLEANUP
(Vendor must respond within 3 hours of notification)

A. Mobilization @ $150 per job.

(Second Annual Renewal and Third Year of Contract)

3. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $46,395.78. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-70 RENEWAL OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #274-TT10 – APPLICANT AND EMPLOYEE COLLECTION AND DRUG-SCREENING SERVICES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Request For Proposal #274-TT10 – APPLICANT AND EMPLOYEE COLLECTION AND DRUG-SCREENING SERVICES, to establish a contract, at a firm price, to obtain the professional services of a vendor to conduct applicant and employee collection and drug-screening services. Moreover, the vendor was also required to meet the requirements for general collection and drug-screening services, as described in the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Drug-Free Work Place Technical Guide, for Personnel Management and Services, during the term of the proposal, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. PREVENTIVE MEDICINE TESTING CENTERS, INC.
D/B/A GLOBAL MROTM
2700 NORTH 29TH AVENUE, SUITE 112
HOLLYWOOD, FL 33020 EST. $ 357,601.20
OWNER: MARIA RODRIGUEZ, PRESIDENT/C.E.O. (HF)

Highest Rated Proposal
(Second Annual Renewal and Third Year of Contract)
2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $357,601.20. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-71 RENEWAL OF BID #296-TT09 – DUST CONTROL SERVICES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid #296-TT09 – DUST CONTROL SERVICES, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of dust control services, for various schools and departments, during the term of the bid, effective July 15, 1999, through July 14, 2000, as follows:

1. AMERICA’S DUST BUSTERS
222 NE 68 STREET
MIAMI, FL 33138 EST. $124,028
OWNER: MANLIO RUIZ, PRESIDENT

Total Low Unit Price: Items 1 through 3.
Item 1 – Service every week:
Treated Mops 22" @ $.30 each.
Treated Mops 30" @ $.35 each.
Treated Mops 36" @ $.35 each.
Treated Mops 42" @ $.60 each.
Handles for Mops @ No Charge.
Treated Mops 3X5 @ $1.45 each.
Treated Mops 4X6 @ $2.45 each.
Item 2 – Service every two weeks:
Treated Mops 22" @ $.40 each.
Treated Mops 30" @ $.40 each.
Treated Mops 36" @ $.40 each.
Treated Mops 42" @ $.75 each.
Handles for Mops @ No Charge.
Walk–off mats 3X5 @ $1.45 each.
Walk–off mats 4X6 @ $2.45 each.
Item 3 – Service every four weeks:
Treated Mops 22" @ $.60 each.
Treated Mops 30" @ $.60 each.
Treated Mops 36" @ $.60 each.
Treated Mops 42" @ $.60 each.
Walk–off mats 3X5 @ $1.85 each.
Walk–off mats 4X6 @ $2.75 each.
(Second Annual Renewal and Final Year of Contract)

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $124,028. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-72 RENEWAL OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #008-VV10 – PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION SERVICES FOR UP TO FIFTEEN SCHOOLS WITH FULL- TIME CLASSES FOR SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Request For Proposal #008-VV10 – PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION SERVICES FOR UP TO FIFTEEN SCHOOLS WITH FULL-TIME CLASSES FOR SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS, to establish a contract, at a firm price, to obtain the professional services of one or more qualified psychiatrists, to provide on-site psychiatric consultation to assist in the diagnosis and programming of students assigned to full-time programs, for the severely emotionally disturbed. The psychiatric services are for nine (9) secondary programs and four (4) elementary programs serving severely emotionally disturbed students and other sites, as needed district-wide, for the Division of Exceptional Student Education, during the term of the proposal, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. THE CHILDREN’S PSYCHIATRIC CENTER, INC.
15490 NW 7TH AVENUE, SUITE 200
MIAMI, FL 33169 EST. $ 37,358.00
STEPHEN J. MAKAR, PRESIDENT

Only Proposal Meeting Specifications:
Sites: 15
Fee: $95 per hour.
(Second Annual Renewal and Final Year of Contract)

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $37,358. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-73 RENEWAL OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #009-VV10 – COUNSELING SERVICES IN TEN PROGRAMS WITH FULL-TIME CLASSES FOR EMOTIONALLY HANDICAPPED STUDENTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Request For Proposal #009-VV10 — COUNSELING SERVICES IN TEN PROGRAMS WITH FULL-TIME CLASSES FOR EMOTIONALLY HANDICAPPED STUDENTS, to establish a contract, at firm prices, to obtain the professional services of qualified individuals or agencies, in the field of mental health, to provide weekly group and/or individual counseling to students assigned to full-time classes for the emotionally handicapped, for the Division of Exceptional Student Education, during the term of the proposal, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE OF GREATER MIAMI, INC.
1790 SW 27 AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33145 EST. $ 33,937.00
DAVID B. SALTMAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Sites: 2
Fee: $42.85 per hour.

2. MIAMI CONSULTANTS FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
9260 SW 72 STREET, SUITE 203
MIAMI, FL 33173 EST. $ 114,840.00
PARTNERS: ELAINE HOFFMAN, KAREN RUBENSTEIN, AND ROBIN STILWELL

Sites: 5
Fee: $40.00 per hour.

3. NEW HORIZONS COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, INC.
1313 NW 36 STREET, SUITE 400
MIAMI, FL 33142 EST. $ 33,412.00
EVALINA BESTMAN, PH.D., EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Sites: 1
Fee: $45.00 per hour.

4. DR. DARRELL MILLS
7600 RED ROAD, SUITE 215
MIAMI, FL 33143 EST. $ 22,275.00
OWNER: DR. DARRELL MILLS

Sites: 1
Fee: $45.00 per hour.

5. GENIA RANDALL
1227 CATALONIA AVENUE
CORAL GABLES, FL 33134 EST. $ 22,275.00
OWNER: GENIA RANDALL

Sites: 1
Fee: $45.00 per hour.
(Second Annual Renewal and Final Year of Contract)

6. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $226,739. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-74 RENEWAL OF BID #010-VV03 – FROZEN PIZZA AND PASTA PRODUCTS

G-75 RENEWAL OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #055-VV10 – REQUEST FOR SERVICE PROVIDER TO PROVIDE ON-SITE MEDICAL SERVICES TO STUDENTS ATTENDING C.O.P.E. CENTER NORTH

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Request for Proposal #055-VV10 – REQUEST FOR SERVICE PROVIDER TO PROVIDE ON-SITE MEDICAL SERVICES TO STUDENTS ATTENDING C.O.P.E. CENTER NORTH, to establish a contract, at a firm price, to provide on-site comprehensive health care services to students who attend C.O.P.E. Center North, for the Division of Full Service Schools and Health Related Services, during the term of the proposal, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY FAMILY HEALTH CENTER, INC.
5361 NW 22 AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33142 EST. $ 69,740.00
OWNER: JESSIE TRICE, PRESIDENT

Only Proposal Received @ $63,400 – one L.P.N., one Medical Assistant and one Unit Clerk.
(Second Annual Renewal and Final Year of Contract)

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $69,740. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-76 RENEWAL OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #126-VV10 – COUNSELING SERVICES IN NINE PROGRAMS WITH FULL-TIME CLASSES FOR EMOTIONALLY HANDICAPPED OR SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Request for Proposal #126-VV10 — COUNSELING SERVICES IN NINE PROGRAMS WITH FULL-TIME CLASSES FOR EMOTIONALLY HANDICAPPED OR SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS, to establish a contract, at firm prices, to provide weekly group and/or individual counseling to students assigned to full-time classes for the emotionally handicapped (EH) or the severely emotionally disturbed (SED), whose Individual Educational Plans (IEP’s) indicate the need for these services. Counseling services are required for programs in nine (9) schools district-wide, for the Division of Exceptional Student Education, during the term of the proposal, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. BERTHA ABESS CHILDREN’S CENTER, INC.
10800 BISCAYNE BLVD., SUITE 200
MIAMI, FL 33161 EST. $ 86,625.00
CAROLYN JENKINS - JAEGER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Sites: 5
Total Hours: 2,475
Fee: $35 per hour

2. CENTER FOR LEARNING NEEDS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTIONS, P.A.
1395 NW 167 STREET, SUITE 110
MIAMI, FL 33169 EST. $ 31,680.00
DR. MICHAEL P. RIZZO, DIRECTOR

Sites: 2
Total Hours: 792
Fee: $40 per hour

3. EUGENE E. MULDAVIN, LCSW
7600 RED ROAD, SUITE 215
SOUTH MIAMI, FL 33143 EST. $ 19,800.00
OWNER: EUGENE E. MULDAVIN, LCSW PRESIDENT

Sites: 1
Total Hours: 495
Fee: $40 per hour

4. NEW HORIZONS COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER, INC.
1313 NW 36 STREET – SUITE 400
MIAMI, FL 33142 EST. $ 13,365.00
EVALINA BESTMAN, PH.D., EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Sites: 1
Total Hours: 297
Fee: $45 per hour
(Second Annual Renewal and Final Year of Contract)

5. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $151,470. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-77 RENEWAL OF BID #166-VV02 -- PLUMBING: COPPER TUBING AND FITTINGS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida RENEW Bid #166-VV02 -- PLUMBING: COPPER TUBING AND FITTINGS, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of plumbing, copper tubing and fittings, for Maintenance Materials Management stock, during the term of the bid, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

GROUP I – COPPER TUBING
1. LEHMAN PIPE AND PLUMBING SUPPLY, INC.
260 NW 29 STREET
MIAMI, FL 33127 EST. $ 41,618.51
OWNER: DENNIS LEHMAN

Total Low Unit Price: Items 1 through 15
Item 1 - Tubing, copper, 1/8" @ $.12 per foot.
Item 2 - Tubing, copper, 3/16" @ $.14 per foot.
Item 3 - Tubing, copper, 1/4" @ $.17 per foot.
Item 4 - Tubing, copper, 5/16" @ $.21 per foot.
Item 5 - Tubing, copper, 3/8" @ $.25 per foot.
Item 6 - Tubing, copper, 1/2" @ $.32 per foot.
Item 7 - Tubing, copper, 5/8" @ $.42 per foot.
Item 8 - Tubing, copper, 3/4" @ $.50 per foot.
Item 9 - Tubing, hard copper, 1/2" @ $8.84 per length.
Item 10 - Tubing, hard copper, 3/4" @ $13.81 per length.
Item 11 - Tubing, hard copper, 1" @ $19.30 per length.
Item 12 - Tubing, hard copper, 1-1/4" @ $25.99 per length.
Item 13 - Tubing, hard copper, 1-1/2" @ $33.20 per length.
Item 14 - Tubing, hard copper, 2" @ $52.42 per length.
Item 15 - Tubing, hard copper, 3" @ $103.64 per length.

2. A&B PIPE AND SUPPLY
6500 NW 37 AVE
MIAMI, FL 33147
OWNER: ENRIQUE COLLAZO

Item 1 - Tubing, copper, 1/8" @ $.15 per foot.
Item 2 - Tubing, copper, 3/16" @ $.17 per foot.
Item 3 - Tubing, copper, 1/4" @ $.20 per foot.
Item 4 - Tubing, copper, 5/16" @ $.26 per foot.
Item 5 - Tubing, copper, 3/8" @ $.30 per foot.
Item 6 - Tubing, copper, 1/2" @ $.38 per foot.
Item 7 - Tubing, copper, 5/8" @ $.51 per foot.
Item 8 - Tubing, copper, 3/4" @ $.60 per foot.
Item 9 - Tubing, hard copper, 1/2" @ $11.74 per length.
Item 10 - Tubing, hard copper, 3/4" @ $18.36 per length.
Item 11 - Tubing, hard copper, 1" @ $26.19 per length.
Item 12 - Tubing, hard copper, 1-1/4" @ $36.12 per length.
Item 13 - Tubing, hard copper, 1-1/2" @ $45.55 per length.
Item 14 - Tubing, hard copper, 2" @ $73.24 per length.
Item 15 - Tubing, hard copper, 3" @ $143.96 per length.

3. LION PLUMBING SUPPLY, INC.
P.O. BOX 680730
MIAMI, FL 33168
OWNER: PAUL GENTILE

Item 1 - Tubing, copper, 1/8" @ $.12 per foot.
Item 2 - Tubing, copper, 3/16" @ $.13 per foot.
Item 3 - Tubing, copper, 1/4" @ $.16 per foot.
Item 4 - Tubing, copper, 5/16" @ $.21 per foot.
Item 5 - Tubing, copper, 3/8" @ $.25 per foot.
Item 6 - Tubing, copper, 1/2" @ $.32 per foot.
Item 7 - Tubing, copper, 5/8" @ $.43 per foot.
Item 8 - Tubing, copper, 3/4" @ $.50 per foot.
Item 9 - Tubing, hard copper, 1/2" @ $10.13 per length.
Item 10 - Tubing, hard copper, 3/4" @ $15.85 per length.
Item 11 - Tubing, hard copper, 1" @ $22.60 per length.
Item 12 - Tubing, hard copper, 1-1/4" @ $31.18 per length.
Item 13 - Tubing, hard copper, 1-1/2" @ $39.32 per length.
Item 14 - Tubing, hard copper, 2" @ $63.22 per length.
Item 15 - Tubing, hard copper, 3" @ $124.84 per length.

4. LAS TOP, INC.
1001 NW 54 STREET, SUITE N
MIAMI, FL 33127
OWNER: LASIS OLANDUNNI (AM)

Item 1 - Tubing, copper, 1/8" @ $8.30 per foot.
Item 2 - Tubing, copper, 3/16" @ $9.02 per foot.
Item 3 - Tubing, copper, 1/4" @ $10.35 per foot.
Item 4 - Tubing, copper, 5/16" @ $14.10 per foot.
Item 5 - Tubing, copper, 3/8" @ $15.45 per foot.
Item 6 - Tubing, copper, 1/2" @ $19.59 per foot.
Item 7 - Tubing, copper, 5/8" @ $25.80 per foot.
Item 8 - Tubing, copper, 3/4" @ $31.59 per foot.
Item 9 - Tubing, hard copper, 1/2" @ $11.50 per length.
Item 10 - Tubing, hard copper, 3/4" @ $17.10 per length.
Item 11 - Tubing, hard copper, 1" @ $26.99 per length.
Item 12 - Tubing, hard copper, 1-1/4" @ $35.94 per length.
Item 13 - Tubing, hard copper, 1-1/2" @ $47.90 per length.
Item 14 - Tubing, hard copper, 2" @ $80.99 per length.
Item 15 - Tubing, hard copper, 3" @ $150 per length.

GROUP II – ADAPTERS
1. LEHMAN PIPE AND PLUMBING SUPPLY, INC.
260 NW 29 STREET
MIAMI, FL 33127 EST. $ 3,972.31
OWNER: DENNIS LEHMAN

Total Low Unit Price: Items 16 through 44
Item 16 - Adapter, copper, male, 3/8" @ $.73 each.
Item 17 - Adapter, copper, male, 1/2" @ $.31 each.
Item 18 - Adapter, copper, male, 3/4" @ $.52 each.
Item 19 - Adapter, copper, fitting, 3/4" @ $1.67 each.
Item 20 - Adapter, reducing, copper, 3/4" @ $1.88 each.
Item 21 - Adapter, copper, male, 1" @ $1.27 each.
Item 22 - Adapter, copper, male, 1-1/4" @ $1.88 each.
Item 23 - Adapter, copper, male, 1-1/2" @ $2.16 each.
Item 24 - Adapter, copper, male, 2" @ $3.66 each.
Item 25 - Adapter, copper, male, 3" @ $15.90 each.
Item 26 - Adapter, copper, female, 3/8" @ $.97 each.
Item 27 - Adapter, copper, female, 1/2" @ $.47 each.
Item 28 - Adapter, copper, female, 3/4" @ $.64 each.
Item 29 - Adapter, copper, female, 3/4" @ $1.05 each.
Item 30 - Adapter, copper, female, 1" @ $1.32 each.
Item 31 - Adapter, copper, female, 1-1/4" @ $2.16 each.
Item 32 - Adapter, copper, female, 1-1/2" @ $3.38 each.
Item 33 - Adapter, copper, female, 2" @ $4.59 each.
Item 34 - Adapter, copper, fitting, 3/4"X1/2" @ $1.20 each.
Item 35 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $1.91 each.
Item 36 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $2.23 each.
Item 37 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2"X2" @ $3.20 each.
Item 38 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 2" @ $2.82 each.
Item 39 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $.22 each.
Item 40 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $.22 each.
Item 41 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 2" @ $.22 each.
Item 42 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $1.82 each.
Item 43 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $1.78 each.
Item 44 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 2" @ $3.32 each.

2. A&B PIPE AND SUPPLY, INC.
6500 NW 37 AVE
MIAMI, FL 33147
OWNER: ENRIQUE COLLAZO

Item 16 - Adapter, copper, male, 3/8" @ $1.03 each.
Item 17 - Adapter, copper, male, 1/2" @ $.44 each.
Item 18 - Adapter, copper, male, 3/4" @ $.74 each.
Item 19 - Adapter, copper, fitting, 3/4" @ $.74 each.
Item 20 - Adapter, reducing, copper, 3/4" @ $2.66 each.
Item 21 - Adapter, copper, male, 1" @ $1.80 each.
Item 22 - Adapter, copper, male, 1-1/4" @ $2.66 each.
Item 23 - Adapter, copper, male, 1-1/2" @ $3.06 each.
Item 24 - Adapter, copper, male, 2" @ $5.18 each.
Item 25 - Adapter, copper, male, 3" @ $22.53 each.
Item 26 - Adapter, copper, female, 3/8" @ $1.38 each.
Item 27 - Adapter, copper, female, 1/2" @ $.66 each.
Item 28 - Adapter, copper, female, 3/4" @ $.91 each.
Item 29 - Adapter, copper, female, 3/4" @ $1.48 each.
Item 30 - Adapter, copper, female, 1" @ $1.87 each.
Item 31 - Adapter, copper, female, 1-1/4" @ $3.06 each.
Item 32 - Adapter, copper, female, 1-1/2" @ $4.78 each.
Item 33 - Adapter, copper, female, 2" @ $6.50 each.
Item 34 - Adapter, copper, fitting, 3/4"X1/2" @ $1.42 each.
Item 35 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $2.70 each.
Item 36 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $3.15 each.
Item 37 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2"X2" @ $9.96 each.
Item 38 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 2" @ $3.98 each.
Item 39 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $2.84 each.
Item 40 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $7.41 each.
Item 41 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 2" @ $10.11 each.
Item 42 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $2.58 each.
Item 43 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $2.52 each.
Item 44 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 2" @ $4.70 each.

3. LAS TOP, INC.
1001 NW 54 STREET, SUITE N
MIAMI, FL 33127
OWNER: LASIS OLANDUNNI (AM)

Item 16 - Adapter, copper, male, 3/8" @ $.89 each.
Item 17 - Adapter, copper, male, 1/2" @ $.39 each.
Item 18 - Adapter, copper, male, 3/4" @ $.63 each.
Item 19 - Adapter, copper, fitting, 3/4" @ $1.50 each.
Item 20 - Adapter, reducing, copper, 3/4" @ $.72 each.
Item 21 - Adapter, copper, male, 1" @ $1.36 each.
Item 22 - Adapter, copper, male, 1-1/4" @ $2 each.
Item 23 - Adapter, copper, male, 1-1/2" @ $2.25 each.
Item 24 - Adapter, copper, male, 2" @ $4.45 each.
Item 25 - Adapter, copper, male, 3" @ $18.75 each.
Item 26 - Adapter, copper, female, 3/8" @ $1.34 each.
Item 27 - Adapter, copper, female, 1/2" @ $.49 each.
Item 28 - Adapter, copper, female, 3/4" @ $.71 each.
Item 29 - Adapter, copper, female, 3/4" @ $1.18 each.
Item 30 - Adapter, copper, female, 1" @ $1.50 each.
Item 31 - Adapter, copper, female, 1-1/4" @ $2.49 each.
Item 32 - Adapter, copper, female, 1-1/2" @ $4.01 each.
Item 33 - Adapter, copper, female, 2" @ $4.99 each.
Item 34 - Adapter, copper, fitting, 3/4"X1/2" @ $3.01 each.
Item 35 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $2.10 each.
Item 36 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $2.29 each.
Item 37 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2"X2" @ $3.70 each.
Item 38 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 2" @ $3.28 each.
Item 39 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $4.99 each.
Item 40 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $5.30 each.
Item 41 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 2" @ $7.40 each.
Item 42 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $2.01 each.
Item 43 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $2.09 each.
Item 44 - Adapter, copper, DWV, 2" @ $4.10 each.

GROUP III – BUSHING, CAPS
1. LEHMAN PIPE AND PLUMBING SUPPLY, INC.
230 NW 29 STREET
MIAMI, FL 33127 EST. $ 16,014.83
OWNER: DENNIS LEHMAN

Total Low Unit Price: Items 45 through 177.
Item 45 - Bushing, 3/4"X1/2" @ $.38 each.
Item 46 - Bushing, trap, 1-1/4" @ $1.46 each.
Item 47 - Bushing, male solder, 1-1/2"X1-1/4" @ $3.32 each.
Item 48 - Bushing, copper, 1-1/2"X1-1/4" @ $1.33 each.
Item 49 - Bushing, copper, male, 1-1/2" @ $.22 each.
Item 50 - Bushing, DWV, flush, 1-1/2"X1-1/4" @ $.22 each.
Item 51 - Bushing, DWV, extended, 1-1/2"X1-3/4" @ $1.17 each.
Item 52 - Bushing, DWV, extended, 2"X1-1/2" @ $1.31 each.
Item 53 - Bushing, DWV, extended, 2"X1-1/4" @ $1.36 each.
Item 54 - Cap, copper, wrot, 2" @ $1.62 each.
Item 55 - Cap, copper, 1/2" @ $.10 each.
Item 56 - Cap, copper, 3/4" @ $.18 each.
Item 57 - Cap, copper, 1" @ $.43 each.
Item 58 - Cap, copper, 1-1/4" @ $.60 each.
Item 59 - Cap, copper, 1-1/2" @ $.89 each.
Item 60 - Cap, copper, 3" @ $7.12 each.
Item 61 - Combination, copper, 1-1/2" @ $6.20 each.
Item 62 - Coupling, copper, 1/8" ID X 1/8" @ $.11 each.
Item 63 - Coupling, copper, 1/4" ID X 1/4" @ $.11 each.
Item 64 - Coupling, copper, 3/8" ID X 3/8" @ $.14 each.
Item 65 - Coupling, copper, 1/2" ID X 1/2" @ $.11 each.
Item 66 - Coupling, copper, 3/4" ID X 3/4" @ $.22 each.
Item 67 - Coupling, copper, 1" ID X 1" @ $.43 each.
Item 68 - Coupling, copper, 1-1/4" ID X 1-1/4" @ $.76 each.
Item 69 - Coupling, copper, 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/2" @ $1 each.
Item 70 - Coupling, copper, 2" ID X 2" @ $1.66 each.
Item 71 - Coupling, copper, 3" ID X 3" @ $5.43 each.
Item 72 - Coupling, reducing, copper, 3/4" @ $.38 each.
Item 73 - Coupling, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $.62 each.
Item 74 - Coupling, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $.79 each.
Item 75 - Coupling, DWV, 2" @ $1.09 each.
Item 76 - Coupling, DWV, repair, 1-1/4" @ $.92 each.
Item 77 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.22 each.
Item 78 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.04 each.
Item 79 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 2" @ $2.42 each.
Item 80 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.88 each.
Item 81 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.44 each.
Item 82 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 2" @ $2.94 each.
Item 83 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.36 each.
Item 84 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.82 each.
Item 85 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 2" @ $2.65 each.
Item 86 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/4" @ $2.36 each.
Item 87 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.88 each.
Item 88 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 2" @ $3.66 each.
Item 89 - Elbow, DWV, 22-1/2" CXC copper 1-1/4 " @ $2 each.
Item 90 - Elbow, DWV, 22-1/2" CXC copper 1-1/2" @ $2.94 each.
Item 91 - Elbow, DWV, 22-1/2" CXC copper 2" @ $3.81 each.
Item 92 - Ell, sweat, copper, 45 degree, 1/2" or 3/8" @ $.67 each.
Item 93 - Ell, sweat, copper, 45 degree, 1/2" @ $.26 each.
Item 94 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 3/4" @ $.44 each.
Item 95 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 1" @ $1.13 each.
Item 96 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.53 each.
Item 97 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.83 each.
Item 98 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 2" @ $3.07 each.
Item 99 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1/4" @ $.42 each.
Item 100 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 3/8" @ $.42 each.
Item 101 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1/2" @ $.16 each.
Item 102 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 3/4" @ $.33 each.
Item 103 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1" @ $.77 each.
Item 104 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.17 each.
Item 105 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.82 each.
Item 106 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 2" @ $3.32 each.
Item 107 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 3" @ $8.86 each.
Item 108 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.82 each.
Item 109 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, street ells, 3/4" @ $.48 each.
Item 110 - Ell, copper, fitting, 1" fitting X 1" @ $1.17 each.
Item 111 - Ell, copper, fitting, 1-1/4" fitting X 1-1/4" @ $1.78 each.
Item 112 - Ell, copper, fitting, 1-1/2" fitting X 1-1/2" @ $2.33 each.
Item 113 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, long radius, 1-1/4" @ $2.23 each.
Item 114 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, long radius, 1-1/2" @ $2.99 each.
Item 115 - Ell, 90 degree, wing, drop, 1/2" @ $1.07 each.
Item 116 - Ell, street copper, 90 degree @ $.22 each.
Item 117 - Ell, street copper, 45 degree @ $.29 each.
Item 118 - Tee, copper, 1/4" @ $.93 each.
Item 119 - Tee, copper, 3/8" @ $.71 each.
Item 120 - Tee, copper, 1/2" @ $.25 each.
Item 121 - Tee, copper, 3/4" @ $.62 each.
Item 122 - Tee, copper, 1" @ $1.79 each.
Item 123 - Tee, copper, 1-1/4" @ $2.71 each.
Item 124 - Tee, copper, drainage, 1-1/4" @ $2.62 each.
Item 125 - Tee, copper, drainage, 1-1/2" @ $3.34 each.
Item 126 - Tee, copper, drainage, 2" @ $3.89 each.
Item 127 - Tee, copper, pressure, 1-1/2" @ $3.76 each.
Item 128 - Tee, copper, 2" @ $5.86 each.
Item 129 - Tee, copper, reducing 3/4" ID X 1/2" @ $.56 each.
Item 130 - Tee, copper, reducing on run, 3/4" ID X 1/2" ID X 3/4" @ $.68 each.
Item 131 - Tee, copper, reducing, 3/4" ID X 3/4" ID X 1/2" @ $.56 each.
Item 132 - Tee, copper, reducing, 1-1/4" ID X 1-1/4" ID X 1/2" @ $2.63 each.
Item 133 - Tee, copper, reducing, 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/4" @ $2.80 each.
Item 134 - Tee, copper, reducing, 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/4" ID X 1-1/4" @ $5.61 each.
Item 135 - Tee, copper, reducing, 2" ID X 2" ID X 1-1/2" @ $4.43 each.
Item 136 - Tee, sanitary, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $2.62 each.
Item 137 - Tee, sanitary, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $3.34 each.
Item 138 - Tee, sanitary, DWV, 2" X 2" X 1-1/2" @ $3.67 each.
Item 139 - Tee, test, copper 1-1/4" @ $7.75 each.
Item 140 - Tee, test, 1-1/2" @ $7.75 each.
Item 141 - Trap, "P", 1-1/2" @ $9.06 each.
Item 142 - Trap, "P", 2" @ $13.99 each.
Item 143 - Trap, "P", DWV, 1-1/4" @ $9.09 each.
Item 144 - Trap, "P", DWV, 2" @ $13.99 each.
Item 145 - Reducer, 1/2" X 1/4", fitting @ $.26 each.
Item 146 - Reducer, 1/2" X 3/8", fitting @ $.26 each.
Item 147 - Reducer, 3/4" X 1/4", fitting @ $.40 each.
Item 148 - Reducer, 3/4" X 1/2", fitting @ $.38 each.
Item 149 - Reducer, 1" X 1/2", fitting @ $.62 each.
Item 150 - Reducer, 1" X 3/4", fitting @ $.62 each.
Item 151 - Reducer, 1-1/4" X 1/2", fitting @ $1.06 each.
Item 152 - Reducer, 1-1/4" X 3/4", fitting @ $1.06 each.
Item 153 - Reducer, 1-1/4" X 1", fitting @ $1.06 each.
Item 154 - Reducer, 1-1/12" X 1/2", fitting @ $1.40 each.
Item 155 - Reducer, 1-1/2" X 3/4", fitting @ $1.40 each.
Item 156 - Reducer, 1-1/2" X 1", fitting @ $1.40 each.
Item 157 - Reducer, 1-1/2" X 1-1/4", fitting @ $1.40 each.
Item 158 - Reducer, 2" X 1/2", fitting @ $2.74 each.
Item 159 - Reducer, 2" X 3/4", fitting @ 2.63 each.
Item 160 - Reducer, 2" X 1", fitting @ $2.63 each.
Item 161 - Reducer, 2" X 1-1/4", fitting @ $2.63 each.
Item 162 - Reducer, 2" X 1-1/2", fitting @ $2.63 each.
Item 163 - Union, copper, sweat, 1/2" @ $2.53 each.
Item 164 - Union, copper, 1/2" @ $1.45 each.
Item 165 - Union, copper, 3/4" @ $1.82 each.
Item 166 - Union, copper, 1" @ $3.23 each.
Item 167 - Union, copper, 1-1/4" @ $5.59 each.
Item 168 - Union, copper, 1-1/2" @ $7.36 each.
Item 169 - Union, copper, 2" @ $12.54 each.
Item 170 - Union, dielectric, 1/2" @ $2.39 each.
Item 171 - Union, dielectric, 3/4" @ $2.39 each.
Item 172 - Union, dielectric, 1" @ $9.42 each.
Item 173 - Union, dielectric, 1-1/4" @ $14.13 each.
Item 174 - Union, dielectric, 1-1/2" @ $21.19 each.
Item 175 - Union, dielectric, 2" @ $29.68 each.
Item 176 - WYE, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $25.27 each.
Item 177 - WYE, DWV, 2" X 2" X 1-1/2" @ $34.97 each.

2. LAS TOP, INC.
1001 NW 54 STREET, SUITE N
MIAMI, FL 33127
OWNER: LASIS OLANDUNNI (AM)

Item 45 - Bushing, 3/4"X1/2" @ $.41 each.
Item 46 - Bushing, trap, 1-1/4" @ $1.50 each.
Item 47 - Bushing, male solder, 1-1/2"X1-1/4" @ $3.49 each.
Item 48 - Bushing, copper, 1-1/2"X1-1/4" @ $1.60 each.
Item 49 - Bushing, copper, male, 1-1/2" @ $3.05 each.
Item 50 - Bushing, DWV, flush, 1-1/2"X1-1/4" @ $3.01 each.
Item 51 - Bushing, DWV, extended, 1-1/2"X1-3/4" @ $1.25 each.
Item 52 - Bushing, DWV, extended, 2"X1-1/2" @ $1.40 each.
Item 53 - Bushing, DWV, extended, 2"X1-1/4" @ $1.45 each.
Item 54 - Cap, copper, wrot, 2" @ $1.70 each.
Item 55 - Cap, copper, 1/2" @ $.11 each.
Item 56 - Cap, copper, 3/4" @ $.20 each.
Item 57 - Cap, copper, 1" @ $.39 each.
Item 58 - Cap, copper, 1-1/4" @ $.67 each.
Item 59 - Cap, copper, 1-1/2" @ $.93 each.
Item 60 - Cap, copper, 3" @ $8.52 each.
Item 61 - Combination, copper, 1-1/2" @ $7.39 each.
Item 62 - Coupling, copper, 1/8" ID X 1/8" @ $.10 each.
Item 63 - Coupling, copper, 1/4" ID X 1/4" @ $.11 each.
Item 64 - Coupling, copper, 3/8" ID X 3/8" @ $.13 each.
Item 65 - Coupling, copper, 1/2" ID X 1/2" @ $.11 each.
Item 66 - Coupling, copper, 3/4" ID X 3/4" @ $.22 each.
Item 67 - Coupling, copper, 1" ID X 1" @ $.44 each.
Item 68 - Coupling, copper, 1-1/4" ID X 1-1/4" @ $.93 each.
Item 69 - Coupling, copper, 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/2" @ $1.18 each.
Item 70 - Coupling, copper, 2" ID X 2" @ $1.84 each.
Item 71 - Coupling, copper, 3" ID X 3" @ $6.02 each.
Item 72 - Coupling, reducing, copper, 3/4" @ $.38 each.
Item 73 - Coupling, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $.70 each.
Item 74 - Coupling, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $.92 each.
Item 75 - Coupling, DWV, 2" @ $1.35 each.
Item 76 - Coupling, DWV, repair, 1-1/4" @ $1.05 each.
Item 77 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.35 each.
Item 78 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.15 each.
Item 79 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 2" @ $3 each.
Item 80 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/4" @ $2.05 each.
Item 81 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.60 each.
Item 82 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 2" @ $3.16 each.
Item 83 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.60 each.
Item 84 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2 each.
Item 85 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 2" @ $3 each.
Item 86 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/4" @ $2.69 each.
Item 87 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2.02 each.
Item 88 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 2" @ $4.06 each.
Item 89 - Elbow, DWV, 22-1/2" CXC copper 1-1/4 " @ $2.14 each.
Item 90 - Elbow, DWV, 22-1/2" CXC copper 1-1/2" @ $3.10 each.
Item 91 - Elbow, DWV, 22-1/2" CXC copper 2" @ $4.08 each.
Item 92 - Ell, sweat, copper, 45 degree, 1/2" or 3/8" @ $.75 each.
Item 93 - Ell, sweat, copper, 45 degree, 1/2" @ $.35 each.
Item 94 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 3/4" @ $.48 each.
Item 95 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 1" @ $1.50 each.
Item 96 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.65 each.
Item 97 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.95 each.
Item 98 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 2" @ $3.50 each.
Item 99 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1/4" @ $.48 each.
Item 100 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 3/8" @ $.48 each.
Item 101 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1/2" @ $.18 each.
Item 102 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 3/4" @ $.40 each.
Item 103 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1" @ $.88 each.
Item 104 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.35 each.
Item 105 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2.20 each.
Item 106 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 2" @ $3.96 each.
Item 107 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 3" @ $10.85 each.
Item 108 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2.20 each.
Item 109 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, street ells, 3/4" @ $.59 each.
Item 110 - Ell, copper, fitting, 1" fitting X 1" @ $1.49 each.
Item 111 - Ell, copper, fitting, 1-1/4" fitting X 1-1/4" @ $2.18 each.
Item 112 - Ell, copper, fitting, 1-1/2" fitting X 1-1/2" @ $2.88 each.
Item 113 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, long radius, 1-1/4" @ $2.73 each.
Item 114 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, long radius, 1-1/2" @ $3.66 each.
Item 115 - Ell, 90 degree, wing, drop, 1/2" @ $1 each.
Item 116 - Ell, street copper, 90 degree @ $.26 each.
Item 117 - Ell, street copper, 45 degree @ $.36 each.
Item 118 - Tee, copper, 1/4" @ $1.17 each.
Item 119 - Tee, copper, 3/8" @ $.86 each.
Item 120 - Tee, copper, 1/2" @ $.32 each.
Item 121 - Tee, copper, 3/4" @ $.75 each.
Item 122 - Tee, copper, 1" @ $2.25 each.
Item 123 - Tee, copper, 1-1/4" @ $3.42 each.
Item 124 - Tee, copper, drainage, 1-1/4" @ $3.16 each.
Item 125 - Tee, copper, drainage, 1-1/2" @ $4.16 each.
Item 126 - Tee, copper, drainage, 2" @ $4.79 each.
Item 127 - Tee, copper, pressure, 1-1/2" @ $4.69 each.
Item 128 - Tee, copper, 2" @ $7 each.
Item 129 - Tee, copper, reducing 3/4" ID X 1/2" @ $.81 each.
Item 130 - Tee, copper, reducing on run, 3/4" ID X 1/2" ID X 3/4" @ $.81 each.
Item 131 - Tee, copper, reducing, 3/4" ID X 3/4" ID X 1/2" @ $.66 each.
Item 132 - Tee, copper, reducing, 1-1/4" ID X 1-1/4" ID X 1/2" @ $3.28 each.
Item 133 - Tee, copper, reducing, 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/4" @ $3.58 each.
Item 134 - Tee, copper, reducing, 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/4" ID X 1-1/4" @ $6.99 each.
Item 135 - Tee, copper, reducing, 2" ID X 2" ID X 1-1/2" @ $5.05 each.
Item 136 - Tee, sanitary, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $3.05 each.
Item 137 - Tee, sanitary, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $4.05 each.
Item 138 - Tee, sanitary, DWV, 2" X 2" X 1-1/2" @ $4.45 each.
Item 139 - Tee, test, copper 1-1/4" @ $6.55 each.
Item 140 - Tee, test, 1-1/2" @ $8.35 each.
Item 141 - Trap, "P", 1-1/2" @ $12.70 each.
Item 142 - Trap, "P", 2" @ $15.89 each.
Item 143 - Trap, "P", DWV, 1-1/4" @ $9.61 each.
Item 144 - Trap, "P", DWV, 2" @ $15.89 each.
Item 145 - Reducer, 1/2" X 1/4", fitting @ $.26 each.
Item 146 - Reducer, 1/2" X 3/8", fitting @ $.26 each.
Item 147 - Reducer, 3/4" X 1/4", fitting @ $.45 each.
Item 148 - Reducer, 3/4" X 1/2", fitting @ $.45 each.
Item 149 - Reducer, 1" X 1/2", fitting @ $.85 each.
Item 150 - Reducer, 1" X 3/4", fitting @ $.85 each.
Item 151 - Reducer, 1-1/4" X 1/2", fitting @ $1.22 each.
Item 152 - Reducer, 1-1/4" X 3/4", fitting @ $1.29 each.
Item 153 - Reducer, 1-1/4" X 1", fitting @ $1.22 each.
Item 154 - Reducer, 1-1/12" X 1/2", fitting @ $2.02 each.
Item 155 - Reducer, 1-1/2" X 3/4", fitting @ $2.02 each.
Item 156 - Reducer, 1-1/2" X 1", fitting @ $2.02 each.
Item 157 - Reducer, 1-1/2" X 1-1/4", fitting @ $2.02 each.
Item 158 - Reducer, 2" X 1/2", fitting @ $3.01 each.
Item 159 - Reducer, 2" X 3/4", fitting @ $3.01 each.
Item 160 - Reducer, 2" X 1", fitting @ $3.01 each.
Item 161 - Reducer, 2" X 1-1/4", fitting @ $3.01 each.
Item 162 - Reducer, 2" X 1-1/2", fitting @ $3.01 each.
Item 163 - Union, copper, sweat, 1/2" @ $2.70 each.
Item 164 - Union, copper, 1/2" @ $1.70 each.
Item 165 - Union, copper, 3/4" @ $2.10 each.
Item 166 - Union, copper, 1" @ $ 3.14 each.
Item 167 - Union, copper, 1-1/4" @ $5.40 each.
Item 168 - Union, copper, 1-1/2" @ $7.44 each.
Item 169 - Union, copper, 2" @ $12.88 each.
Item 170 - Union, dielectric, 1/2" @ $2.45 each.
Item 171 - Union, dielectric, 3/4" @ $2.45 each.
Item 172 - Union, dielectric, 1" @ $7.01 each.
Item 173 - Union, dielectric, 1-1/4" @ $7.01 each.
Item 174 - Union, dielectric, 1-1/2" @ $10.88 each.
Item 175 - Union, dielectric, 2" @ $14.79 each.
Item 176 - WYE, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $5.88 each.
Item 177 - WYE, DWV, 2" X 2" X 1-1/2" @ $8.88 each.

3. A&B PIPE AND SUPPLY, INC.
6500 NW 37 AVE
MIAMI, FL 33147
OWNER: ENRIQUE COLLAZO

Item 45 - Bushing, 3/4"X1/2" @ $.54 each.
Item 46 - Bushing, trap, 1-1/4" @ $2.07 each.
Item 47 - Bushing, male solder, 1-1/2"X1-1/4" @ $6.09 each.
Item 48 - Bushing, copper, 1-1/2"X1-1/4" @ $1.99 each.
Item 49 - Bushing, copper, male, 1-1/2" @ $10.47
each.
Item 50 - Bushing, DWV, flush, 1-1/2"X1-1/4" @ $1.65 each.
Item 51 - Bushing, DWV, extended, 1-1/2"X1-3/4" @ $2.96 each.
Item 52 - Bushing, DWV, extended, 2"X1-1/2" @ $1.86 each.
Item 53 - Bushing, DWV, extended, 2"X1-1/4" @ $1.93 each.
Item 54 - Cap, copper, wrot, 2" @ $2.29 each.
Item 55 - Cap, copper, 1/2" @ $.15 each.
Item 56 - Cap, copper, 3/4" @ $.26 each.
Item 57 - Cap, copper, 1" @ $.60 each.
Item 58 - Cap, copper, 1-1/4" @ $.86 each.
Item 59 - Cap, copper, 1-1/2" @ $1.26 each.
Item 60 - Cap, copper, 3" @ $10.08 each.
Item 61 - Combination, copper, 1-1/2" @ $8.79 each.
Item 62 - Coupling, copper, 1/8" ID X 1/8" @ $.15 each.
Item 63 - Coupling, copper, 1/4" ID X 1/4" @ $.15 each.
Item 64 - Coupling, copper, 3/8" ID X 3/8" @ $.20 each.
Item 65 - Coupling, copper, 1/2" ID X 1/2" @ $.15 each.
Item 66 - Coupling, copper, 3/4" ID X 3/4" @ $.31 each.
Item 67 - Coupling, copper, 1" ID X 1" @ $.61 each.
Item 68 - Coupling, copper, 1-1/4" ID X 1-1/4" @ $1.08 each.
Item 69 - Coupling, copper, 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/2" @ $1.41 each.
Item 70 - Coupling, copper, 2" ID X 2" @ $2.35 each.
Item 71 - Coupling, copper, 3" ID X 3" @ $7.70 each.
Item 72 - Coupling, reducing, copper, 3/4" @ $.54 each.
Item 73 - Coupling, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $.87 each.
Item 74 - Coupling, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $1.12 each.
Item 75 - Coupling, DWV, 2" @ $1.54 each.
Item 76 - Coupling, DWV, repair, 1-1/4" @ $1.29 each.
Item 77 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.72 each.
Item 78 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/2" @ $1.47 each.
Item 79 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 2" @ $3.42 each.
Item 80 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/4" @ $2.66 each.
Item 81 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2.04 each.
Item 82 - Elbow, DWV, 45 degree, 2" @ $4.16 each.
Item 83 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.93 each.
Item 84 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2.58 each.
Item 85 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 2" @ $3.75 each.
Item 86 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/4" @ $3.34 each.
Item 87 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2.66 each.
Item 88 - Elbow, DWV, 90 degree, 2" @ $5.18 each.
Item 89 - Elbow, DWV, 22-1/2" CXC copper 1-1/4 " @ $2.83 each.
Item 90 - Elbow, DWV, 22-1/2" CXC copper 1-1/2" @ $3.93 each.
Item 91 - Elbow, DWV, 22-1/2" CXC copper 2" @ $5.40 each.
Item 92 - Ell, sweat, copper, 45 degree, 1/2" or 3/8" @ $.96 each.
Item 93 - Ell, sweat, copper, 45 degree, 1/2" @ $.37 each.
Item 94 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 3/4" @ $.63 each.
Item 95 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 1" @ $1.59 each.
Item 96 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 1-1/4" @ $2.17 each.
Item 97 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2.60 each.
Item 98 - Ell, copper, 45 degree, 2" @ $4.35 each.
Item 99 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1/4" @ $.60 each.
Item 100 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 3/8" @ $.60 each.
Item 101 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1/2" @ $.21 each.
Item 102 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 3/4" @ $.46 each.
Item 103 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1" @ $1.09 each.
Item 104 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1-1/4" @ $1.65 each.
Item 105 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2.58 each.
Item 106 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 2" @ $4.70 each.
Item 107 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 3" @ $12.55 each.
Item 108 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, 1-1/2" @ $2.58 each.
Item 109 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, street ells, 3/4" @ $.68 each.
Item 110 - Ell, copper, fitting, 1" fitting X 1" @ $1.65 each.
Item 111 - Ell, copper, fitting, 1-1/4" fitting X 1-1/4" @ $2.52 each.
Item 112 - Ell, copper, fitting, 1-1/2" fitting X 1-1/2" @ $3.30 each.
Item 113 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, long radius, 1-1/4" @ $3.15 each.
Item 114 - Ell, copper, 90 degree, long radius, 1-1/2" @ $4.23 each.
Item 115 - Ell, 90 degree, wing, drop, 1/2" @ $1.51 each.
Item 116 - Ell, street copper, 90 degree @ $.31 each.
Item 117 - Ell, street copper, 45 degree @ $.42 each.
Item 118 - Tee, copper, 1/4" @ $1.32 each.
Item 119 - Tee, copper, 3/8" @ $1 each.
Item 120 - Tee, copper, 1/2" @ $.36 each.
Item 121 - Tee, copper, 3/4" @ $.87 each.
Item 122 - Tee, copper, 1" @ $2.53 each.
Item 123 - Tee, copper, 1-1/4" @ $3.84 each.
Item 124 - Tee, copper, drainage, 1-1/4" @ $3.70 each.
Item 125 - Tee, copper, drainage, 1-1/2" @ $4.72 each.
Item 126 - Tee, copper, drainage, 2" @ $5.50 each.
Item 127 - Tee, copper, pressure, 1-1/2" @ $5.32 each.
Item 128 - Tee, copper, 2" @ $8.30 each.
Item 129 - Tee, copper, reducing 3/4" ID X 1/2" @ $.79 each.
Item 130 - Tee, copper, reducing on run, 3/4" ID X 1/2" ID X 3/4" @ $.97 each.
Item 131 - Tee, copper, reducing, 3/4" ID X 3/4" ID X 1/2" @ $.79 each.
Item 132 - Tee, copper, reducing, 1-1/4" ID X 1-1/4" ID X 1/2" @ $3.73 each.
Item 133 - Tee, copper, reducing, 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/4" @ $3.96 each.
Item 134 - Tee, copper, reducing, 1-1/2" ID X 1-1/4" ID X 1-1/4" @ $8.30 each.
Item 135 - Tee, copper, reducing, 2" ID X 2" ID X 1-1/2" @ $8.30 each.
Item 136 - Tee, sanitary, DWV, 1-1/4" @ $3.70 each.
Item 137 - Tee, sanitary, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $4.72 each.
Item 138 - Tee, sanitary, DWV, 2" X 2" X 1-1/2" @ $5.20 each.
Item 139 - Tee, test, copper 1-1/4" @ $10.99 each.
Item 140 - Tee, test, 1-1/2" @ $10.99 each.
Item 141 - Trap, "P", 1-1/2" @ $12.82 each.
Item 142 - Trap, "P", 2" @ $19.82 each.
Item 143 - Trap, "P", DWV, 1-1/4" @ $12.87 each.
Item 144 - Trap, "P", DWV, 2" @ $19.82 each.
Item 145 - Reducer, 1/2" X 1/4", fitting @ $.36 each.
Item 146 - Reducer, 1/2" X 3/8", fitting @ $.36 each.
Item 147 - Reducer, 3/4" X 1/4", fitting @ $.78 each.
Item 148 - Reducer, 3/4" X 1/2", fitting @ $.54 each.
Item 149 - Reducer, 1" X 1/2", fitting @ $.87 each.
Item 150 - Reducer, 1" X 3/4", fitting @ $.87 each.
Item 151 - Reducer, 1-1/4" X 1/2", fitting @ $1.51 each.
Item 152 - Reducer, 1-1/4" X 3/4", fitting @ $1.51 each.
Item 153 - Reducer, 1-1/4" X 1", fitting @ $1.51 each.
Item 154 - Reducer, 1-1/12" X 1/2", fitting @ $1.99 each.
Item 155 - Reducer, 1-1/2" X 3/4", fitting @ $1.99 each.
Item 156 - Reducer, 1-1/2" X 1", fitting @ $1.99 each.
Item 157 - Reducer, 1-1/2" X 1-1/4", fitting @ $1.99 each.
Item 158 - Reducer, 2" X 1/2", fitting @ $3.88 each.
Item 159 - Reducer, 2" X 3/4", fitting @ $3.73 each.
Item 160 - Reducer, 2" X 1", fitting @ $3.73 each.
Item 161 - Reducer, 2" X 1-1/4", fitting @ $3.73 each.
Item 162 - Reducer, 2" X 1-1/2", fitting @ $3.73 each.
Item 163 - Union, copper, sweat, 1/2" @ $3.42 each.
Item 164 - Union, copper, 1/2" @ $1.98 each.
Item 165 - Union, copper, 3/4" @ $2.47 each.
Item 166 - Union, copper, 1" @ $ 4.68 each.
Item 167 - Union, copper, 1-1/4" @ $7.92 each.
Item 168 - Union, copper, 1-1/2" @ $10.42 each.
Item 169 - Union, copper, 2" @ $17.77 each.
Item 170 - Union, dielectric, 1/2" @ $2.34 each.
Item 171 - Union, dielectric, 3/4" @ $2.60 each.
Item 172 - Union, dielectric, 1" @ $5.22 each.
Item 173 - Union, dielectric, 1-1/4" @ $8.42 each.
Item 174 - Union, dielectric, 1-1/2" @ $12.63 each.
Item 175 - Union, dielectric, 2" @ $17.97 each.
Item 176 - WYE, DWV, 1-1/2" @ $7.87 each.
Item 177 - WYE, DWV, 2" X 2" X 1-1/2" @ $12.90 each.

GROUP IV - BRUSHES
1. LAS TOP, INC.
1001 NW 54 STREET, SUITE N
MIAMI, FL 33127 EST. $ 631.66.00
OWNER: LASIS OLADUNNI (AM)

Total Low Unit Price: Items 178 through 187.
Item 178 - Brush, wire, copper, 1/4" @ $.75 each.
Item 179 - Brush, wire, copper, 3/8" @ $.75 each.
Item 180 - Brush, wire, copper, 3/8" @ $.75 each.
Item 181 - Brush, wire, copper, 1/2" @ $.75 each.
Item 182 - Brush, wire, copper, 3/4" @ $.74 each.
Item 183 - Brush, wire, copper, 7/8" @ $.74 each.
Item 184 - Brush, copper cleaning, 1" @ $.74 each.
Item 185 - Brush, copper cleaning, 1-1/4" @ $.79 each.
Item 186 - Brush, copper cleaning, 1-1/2" @ $.82 each.
Item 187 - Brush, copper cleaning, 2" @ $.99 each.

2. LION PLUMBING SUPPLY, INC.
P.O. BOX 680730
MIAMI, FL 33168
OWNER: PAUL GENTILE

Item 178 - Brush, wire, copper, 1/4" @ $1.51 each.
Item 179 - Brush, wire, copper, 3/8" @ $1.71 each.
Item 180 - Brush, wire, copper, 3/8" @ $1.51 each.
Item 181 - Brush, wire, copper, 1/2" @ $1.79 each.
Item 182 - Brush, wire, copper, 3/4" @ $2 each.
Item 183 - Brush, wire, copper, 7/8" @ $2 each.
Item 184 - Brush, copper cleaning, 1" @ $2.06 each.
Item 185 - Brush, copper cleaning, 1-1/4" @ $2.36 each.
Item 186 - Brush, copper cleaning, 1-1/2" @ $2.55 each.
Item 187 - Brush, copper cleaning, 2" @ $3.18 each.

3. LEHMAN PIPE AND PLUMBING SUPPLY, INC.
230 NW 29 STREET
MIAMI, FL 33127
OWNER: DENNIS LEHMAN

Item 178 - Brush, wire, copper, 1/4" @ $.62 each.
Item 179 - Brush, wire, copper, 3/8" @ $.83 each.
Item 180 - Brush, wire, copper, 3/8" @ $.83 each.
Item 181 - Brush, wire, copper, 1/2" @ $.95 each.
Item 182 - Brush, wire, copper, 3/4" @ $.98 each.
Item 183 - Brush, wire, copper, 7/8" @ $.98 each.
Item 184 - Brush, copper cleaning, 1" @ $1.10 each.
Item 185 - Brush, copper cleaning, 1-1/4" @ $1.10 each.
Item 186 - Brush, copper cleaning, 1-1/2" @ $1.18 each.
Item 187 - Brush, copper cleaning, 2" @ $1.30 each.
(First Annual Renewal and Final Year of Contract)

4. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $62,237.31. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-78 RENEWAL OF BID #218-VV03 – TRAYS AND DINNERWARE: DISPOSABLE, CAFETERIA

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid#218-VV03 – TRAYS AND DINNERWARE: DISPOSABLE, CAFETERIA, to purchase, at a firm unit price, quantities, as may be required, of disposable cafeteria trays, for Stores and Mail Distribution stock, during the term of the bid, effective September 1, 1999, through August 31, 2000, as follows:

1. DADE PAPER AND BAG CO., INC.
D/B/A DADE PAPER CO.
P.O. BOX 523666
MIAMI, FL 33152 EST. $1,430,352.00
OWNER: IRVING GENET,
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD/CEO

Low Unit Price – Item 5A – Tray, 5 – Compartment @
$12.04 per case.
(First Annual Renewal And Second Year Of Contract)

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $1,430,352. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-79 RENEWAL OF BID #228-VV02M/WBE – HERBICIDE

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid#228-VV02M/WBE – HERBICIDE, to purchase, at a firm unit price, quantities, as may be required, of herbicide, for Stores and Mail Distribution stock, during the term of the bid, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. BIKO ENGINEERING, INC
P.O. BOX 522
HERNANDO, FL 34442 EST. $ 52,972.32
OWNER: RUBEN MYERS (AM)

Low Unit Price: Only Item – Herbicide, dry pack, non-selective for killing vegetation @ $31.23 per box.
(First Annual Renewal and Final Year of Contract)

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $52,972.32. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-80 RENEWAL OF BID #309-VV10 – SHEET VINYL FLOORING

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid #309-VV10 – SHEET VINYL FLOORING, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of sheet vinyl flooring, for the Bureau of Facilities Operations, during the term of the bid, effective July 21, 1999, through July 22, 2000, as follows:

1. BERRY’S PAINT, WALLPAPER AND FLOORING, INC.
896 NORTH HOMESTEAD BOULEVARD
HOMESTEAD, FL 33030 EST. $ 49,288.00
OWNER: DENNIS K. BERRY, PRESIDENT

Total Low Unit Price: Items 1 and 2.
Item 1 – Sheet vinyl @ $11.48 per square yard.
Item 2 – Commercial sheet adhesive @ $40.81 per 4 gallon can.
(First Annual Renewal and Final Year of Contract)

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $49,288. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-81 RENEWAL OF BID #003-XX03 – STORAGE AND DELIVERY OF FROZEN PIZZA AND PASTA PRODUCTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid #003-XX03 – STORAGE AND DELIVERY OF FROZEN PIZZA AND PASTA PRODUCTS, to establish a contract, for the storage and delivery of frozen pizza and pasta products, for the Food Service Program of the Department of Food and Nutrition, during the term of the bid, effective September 1, 1999, through August 31, 2000, as follows:

1. FOOD DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS OF FLORIDA, INC.
18770 NE 6 AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33179 EST. $ 205,204.48
OWNER: JAMES CRAVEN, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price: Item 12B – Delivery of frozen pizza @ $3.49 per cwt (hundred weight) per month.

2. SOUTHEAST FROZEN FOODS, L.P.
D/B/A THE AMERICA LOGISTICS GROUP
18770 NE 6 AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33179 EST. $ 36,212.56
OWNER: JACKSON HOLE INVESTMENTS ACR, L.P.

Low Unit Price: Items 9 through 11.
Item 9 - Freezer storage, all schools @ $.70 per hundred weight.
Item 10 - In handling charges @ $.70 per hundred weight.
Item 11 - Out handling charge at no cost.
(First Annual Renewal And Second Year Of Contract)

3. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $241,417.04. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-82 RENEWAL OF BID #015-XX02 – FERTILIZER

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Bid #015-XX02 – FERTILIZER, to purchase, at a firm unit price, quantities, as may be required, of fertilizer, for Maintenance Materials Management stock, during the term of the bid, effective September 7, 1999, through August 31, 2000, as follows:

1. SUNNILAND CORPORATION
P. O. BOX 8001
SANFORD, FL 32772-8001 EST. $ 6,600.00
OWNER: THOMAS W. MOORE, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price: Only Item – Fertilizer @ $7.50 per bag.
(First Annual Renewal and Final Year of Contract)

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $6,600. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-83 RENEWAL OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #026-XX10 – PRE-KINDERGARTEN EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WHO MEET LEGISLATIVE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE 1998-99 SCHOOL YEAR

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, RENEW Request For Proposal #026-XX10 – PRE-KINDERGARTEN EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WHO MEET LEGISLATIVE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE 1998-99 SCHOOL YEAR, to establish a contract, at firm prices, to provide pre-kindergarten services for approximately 2000 at-risk, four-year old children. The children who qualify for free lunch must also have parent(s)/guardian(s) who are working and/or participating in the WAGES (Work And Gain Economic Sufficiency) Programs, for the Division of Early Childhood Programs, during the term of the proposal, effective July 22, 1999, through July 21, 2000, as follows:

1. MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
DIVISION OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
111 NW FIRST STREET, SUITE 2210
MIAMI, FL 33128-1985 EST. $2,701,266.00
IRENE TAYLOR – WOOTEN, DIRECTOR

Highest Rated Proposal:
Provide Pre-kindergarten Services for 850 children, 10 hours per day, @ $3,177.96, yearly, per child.

2. MIAMI-DADE COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY HEAD START
395 NW FIRST STREET, SUITE 2210
MIAMI, FL 33128 EST. $1,652,280.00

Highest Rated Proposal:
Provide Pre-kindergarten Services for 560 children, 6 hours per day, @ $2,950.50, yearly, per child.

3. REDLANDS CHRISTIAN MIGRANT ASSOCIATION
402 W. MAIN STREET
IMMOKALEE, FL 34142 EST. $ 557,759.80
BARBARA MAINSTER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Highest Rated Proposal:
Provide Pre-kindergarten Services for 170 children, 10 hours per day, @ $3,280.94, yearly, per child.

4. VANKARA EDUCATIONAL CENTER
13331 – 13495 ALEXANDRIA DRIVE
OPA-LOCKA, FL 33054 EST. $ 489,600.00
REV. JOHN TAYLOR, PRESIDENT

Highest Rated Proposal:
Provide Pre-kindergarten Services for 170 children, 10 hours per day, @ $2,880, yearly, per child.
(First Annual Renewal and Second Year of Contract)

5. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $5,400,905.80. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-84 TERMINATE AWARD OF BID #039-XX09 – SHIRTS AND JACKETS- SCHOOL MONITOR

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, TERMINATE the award of items 7 through 12, on Bid #039-XX09 – SHIRTS AND JACKETS - SCHOOL MONITOR, effective June 23, 1999, as follows:

1. EURENA’S FASHION OF MIAMI, INC.
P. O. BOX 370866
MIAMI, FL 33137 EST. $6,179.50
OWNER: EURENA PHILLIPS

Total Low Unit Price: Items 7 through 12.
Item 7 - Jacket, small @ $11 each.
Item 8 - Jacket, medium @ $11 each.
Item 9 - Jacket, large @ $11.50 each.
Item 10 - Jacket, X-large @ $12.50 each.
Item 11 - Jacket, XX-large @ $12.75 each.
Item 12 - Jacket, XXX-large @ $13 each.

2. Require that Eurena’s Fashion of Miami, Inc. lose eligibility to transact new business with the Board for a period of fourteen (14) months, pursuant to Board Rule 6Gx13- 3C-1.08—Performance and Payment Security, Declining A Bid Award, And Bonding Company Qualifications, effective June 23, 1999.


G-85 TERMINATE AND RE-AWARD OF ITEMS 12 THROUGH 16 ON BID #081-XX03 – CAFETERIA PAPER AND PLASTIC SUPPLIES

G-86 AWARD OF BID #105-XX05 – ELECTRICAL WIRING DEVICES

G-87 AWARD OF BID #110-XX09 – STRING INSTRUMENTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #110-XX09 – STRING INSTRUMENTS, to purchase at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of string instruments, for various schools, during the term of the bid, effective June 23, 1999, through June 22, 2000, as follows:

1. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL MUSIC COMPANY
1181 U. S. ROUTE 22, BOX 1130
MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ 07092 EST. $ 3,908.30
OWNER: RAYMOND BENEDETTO, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 2 - Viola Outfit @ $229.90 each.

2. SOUTHWEST STRINGS
1050 S. PARK AVENUE
TUCSON, AZ 85719 EST. $ 31,758.00
OWNER: STEPHEN E. SHEPPARD, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Items 1, and 3 through 5.
Item 1 – Violin outfit @ $205.50 each.
Item 3 – Viola outfit @ $250 each.
Item 4 – Cello outfit @ $590 each.
Item 5 – String bass @ $990 each.

3. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $35,666.30. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-88 REJECTION OF BID #125-XX05 – LADDERS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, REJECT Bid #125-XX05 – LADDERS, to permit rebidding.

G-89 AWARD OF BID #179-XX11M/WBE – PROJECTION STANDS AND SCREENS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #179-XX11M/WBE – PROJECTION STANDS AND SCREENS, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of projection stands and screens, for various schools and departments, during the term of the bid, effective June 23, 1999, through June 22, 2000, as follows:

1. AFP INDUSTRIES, INC.
4436 SW 74 AVENUE
MEDLEY, FL 33155 EST. $ 14,166.30
OWNER: VIVIAN CASTELLANOS (HF)

Low Unit Price: Items 5 and 8.
Item 5 – Projection screen @ $39.18 each.
Item 8 – T.V. cart @ $ 258 each.

2. H.E.L.P.
P.O. BOX 1144
APOPKA, FL 32704 EST. $ 69,848.76
OWNER: JANE A. HINES (WF)

Low Unit Price: Items 2, 4, 6, and 7.

Item 2 – Projection table, 34" @ $54.60 each.
Item 4 – Projection screen @ $97.28 each.
Item 6 – T.V. cart, 54" @ $129.95 each.
Item 7 – T.V. cart, 48" @ $129.85 each.

3. SECO SUPPLIES, INC.
P.O. BOX 490983
KEY BISCAYNE, FL 33149 EST. $ 20,973.75
OWNER: SYBIL J. PULVER (WF)

Low Unit Price: Items 1 and 3.
Item 1 – Projection table, 42" @ $57.29 each.
Item 3 – Projection table, 26" @ $50.49 each.

4. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $104,988.81. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-90 AWARD OF BID #184-XX09 – SEALER, UNDERCOATER CLEAR

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #184-XX09 – SEALER, UNDERCOATER CLEAR, to purchase, at a firm unit price, quantities, as may be required, of clear undercoater sealer, for Stores and Mail Distribution stock, during the term of the bid, effective June 23, 1999, through April 30, 2000, as follows:

1. REX CHEMICAL CORPORATION
2270 NW 23RD STREET
MIAMI, FL 33142 EST. $ 75,042.00
OWNER: BETTY GRANJA, PRESIDENT/C.E.O (WF)

Low Unit Price: Only Item - Sealer @ $18.95 per 5 gallon can.

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $75,042. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-91 AWARD OF BID #190-XX09M/WBE – PAPER GOODS, CUSTODIAL

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #190-XX09M/WBE – PAPER GOODS, CUSTODIAL, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of custodial paper goods, for Stores and Mail Distribution stock, during the term of the bid, effective June 23, 1999, through May 31, 2000, as follows:

1. COLONIAL PAPER COMPANY, INC.
P.O. BOX 310
SILVER SPRINGS, FL 34489 EST. $ 407,000.00
OWNER: GAIL TUCK (WF)

Low Unit Price: Item 2 - Paper Towels @ $9.25 per case.

2. EMF ENTERPRISES
P.O. BOX 650104
MIAMI, FL 33265 EST. $ 105,237.00
OWNER: ELIZABETH FERNANDEZ (HF)

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 3 - Towels @ $31.89 per case.

3. TOTAL CONNECTION, INC.
BOX 2303
OPA-LOCKA, FL 33055 EST. $ 304,150.00
OWNER: JOE ORUKOTAN (AM)

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 1 - Toilet tissue @ $27.65 per case.

4. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $816,387. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-92 AWARD OF BID #197-XX09M/WBE – GLOVES – ALL LATEX

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #197-XX09M/WBE – GLOVES – ALL LATEX, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of latex gloves, for Stores and Mail Distribution stock, during the term of the bid, effective June 23, 1999, through June 22, 2000, as follows:

1. DISTRICT HEALTHCARE & JANITORIAL SUPPLY, INC.
10302 NW SOUTH RIVER DRIVE, BAY #24
MEDLEY, FL 33178 EST. $ 191,730.00
OWNER: PERNELL WILLIAMS (AM)

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Items 1 and 2.
Item 1 – Gloves, medium/large @ $49.80 per case.
Item 2 – Gloves, large/extra large @ $49.80 per case.

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $191,730. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-93 BALANCE OF AWARD OF BID #205-XX06 – FIRST AID SUPPLIES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #205-XX06 – FIRST AID SUPPLIES, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of first aid supplies, for Stores and Mail Distribution stock, during the term of the bid, effective June 23, 1999, through May 11, 2000, as follows:

1. AERO PRODUCTS CORPORATION
PO BOX 1707
SANFORD, FL 32772-1707 EST. $ 2,217.60
OWNER: SCOTT BARNES, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price: Item 12 - Cotton balls @ $3.85 per bag.

2. AMFAK, INC.
3160 SW 22ND STREET
MIAMI, FL 33145 EST. $ 37,674.00
OWNER: EDWARD J. CARON

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 24 - Tissue, white facial @ $20.93 per case.

3. BIOMEDICAL INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION
4896 SW 74TH COURT
MIAMI, FL 33155 EST. $ 291.00
OWNER: JUAN BORGES

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 13 - Cotton roll @ $5.82 per roll.

4. BRANCHES MEDICAL, INC.
3652 NW 16 STREET
LAUDERHILL, FL 33311 EST. $ 1,562.00
OWNER: CYNTHIA REED, PRESIDENT (AM)

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Items 15 and 16.
Item 15 – Nugauze, pads 2"X2" @ $.97 per box.
Item 16 – Nugauze, pads 4"X4" @ $1.96 per box.

5. DISTRICT HEALTHCARE & JANITORIAL SUPPLY, INC.
10302 NW SOUTH RIVER DRIVE, BAY #24
MEDLEY, FL 33178 EST. $ 2,835.00
OWNER: PERNELL WILLIAMS (AM)

Low Unit Price: Item 21.
Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 25.
Item 21 – Tape adhesive @ $6.60 per carton.
Item 25 – Tongue depressor @ $2.85 per box.

6. MICRO BIO-MEDICS, INC.
8930 WESTERN WAY, SUITE 5
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32256 EST. $ 1,152.00
OWNER: BRUCE HABOR, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 8 - Bandage, gauze @ $3.84 per carton.

7. NATIONAL HEALTH SUPPLY COMPANY
PO BOX 737-2, SOUTH STREET
GARDEN CITY, NY 11530 EST. $ 1,071.00
OWNER: STANLEY SAFT, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price: Item 3 - Applicator, wooden @ $3.57 per box.

8. OMEGA GROUP, INC.
7875 SW 40 STREET, SUITE 211
MIAMI, FL 33155 EST. $ 10,442.50
OWNER: MARCEL LECOURS, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price: Items 5, 6 and 11.
Item 5 – Bandage, sheer @ $1.34 per box.
Item 6 – Bandage, sheer @ $1.12 per box.
Item 11 – Bandage, sheer triangular @ $3.17 per carton.

9. PHARMED GROUP
3075 NW 107 AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33172 EST. $ 22,120.00
OWNER: CARLOS DE CESPEDES (HM)

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 20 - Soap, liquid @ $15.80 per case.

10. UNITED HEALTH SUPPLIES
PO BOX 33958
LAS VEGAS, NV 89133 EST. $ 465.00
OWNER: JOANNE BERMAN, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 9 - Bandage, gauze @ $3.10 per carton.

11. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $79,830.10. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-94 AWARD OF BID #207-XX03 – JOBBER SERVICES: DRY GROCERY ITEMS

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #207-XX03 – JOBBER SERVICES: DRY GROCERY ITEMS, to establish a contract, at a firm percentage mark-up, to provide the services of a jobber, including the ordering, storage and delivery, of dry grocery items, for use in the Food Service Program of the Department of Food and Nutrition, during the term of the bid, effective September 1, 1999, through August 31, 2000, as follows:

1. DON GREENE POULTRY, INC.
P.O. BOX 541555
OPA-LOCKA, FL 33054 EST. $1,572,294.24
OWNER: STEPHEN GREENE, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Percent Mark-Up Meeting Specifications: Item 1- 13.2% mark-up percentage for all schools.

2. Reject Items 2 and 3.
Item 2 – School sites, north of Flagler Street.
Item 3 – School sites, south of Flagler Street.

3. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $1,572,294.24. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-95 AWARD OF BID #208-XX03 – JOBBER SERVICES: FROZEN AND REFRIGERATED FOOD PRODUCTS

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #208-XX03 – JOBBER SERVICES: FROZEN AND REFRIGERATED FOOD PRODUCTS, to establish a contract, at a firm percentage mark-up, to provide the services of a jobber, including the ordering, storage and delivery, of frozen and refrigerated food products, for use in the Food Service Program of the Department of Food and Nutrition, during the term of the bid, effective September 1, 1999, through August 31, 2000, as follows:

1. DON GREENE POULTRY, INC
P.O. BOX 541555
OPA-LOCKA, FL 33054 EST. $1,866,160.94
OWNER: STEPHEN GREENE, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Percent Mark-Up Meeting Specifications: Item 1-14.4% mark-up percentage for all schools.

2. Reject Items 2 and 3.
Item 2 – School sites, north of Flagler Street.
Item 3 – School sites, south of Flagler Street.

3. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $1,866,160.94. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-96 AWARD OF BID #218-XX06– PHYSICAL EDUCATION SUPPLIES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #218-XX06 – PHYSICAL EDUCATION SUPPLIES, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of physical education supplies, for Stores and Mail Distribution stock, during the term of the bid, effective June 23, 1999, through June 22, 2000, as follows:

1. BSN SPORTS
BOX 7726
DALLAS, TX 75209 EST. $ 25,533.70
OWNER: ROBERT POER

Low Unit Price: Items 42, and 65.
Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Items 4, 8, 14, 15, 20, 22, 23, 24, 48, 49, and 60.
Total Low Unit Price: Items 51 through 53.
Item 4 – Ball, basketball @ $2.62 each.
Item 8 – Ball, kick @ $2.08 each.
Item 14 – Ball, soccer @ $2.76 each.
Item 15 – Ball, soccer @ $2.94 each.
Item 20 – Ball, tether @ $4.47 each.
Item 22 – Ball, volleyball @ $10.71 each.
Item 23 – Base, home plate @ $4.13 each.
Item 24 – Base, softball @ $9.47 per set.
Item 42 – Net, badminton @ $4.11 each.
Item 48 – Racquet, badminton @ $4.91 each.
Item 49 – Racquet, tennis @ $6.53 each.
Item 51 – Rope, jump, 8’ @ $.64 each.
Item 52 – Rope, jump, 10’ @ $.74 each.
Item 53 – Rope, jump, 16’ @ $1.06 each.
Item 60 – Whistle, steel @ $29.52 per box.
Item 65 – Vinyl foam, Jr. football @ $1.86 each.

2. CANNON SPORTS, INC.
9265 BORDEN AVE.
P.O. BOX 11179
SUN VALLEY, CA 91510 -1179 EST. $ 31,440.55
OWNER: RAYMOND YU, PRESIDENT

Low Unit Price: Items 3, 7, 11 through 13, 18, 19, 21, 26 through 28, 62 and 64.
Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Items 41 and 63.
Total Low Unit Price: Items 37 through 40.
Item 3 – Ball, basketball @ $2.13 each.
Item 7 – Ball, football @ $2.62 each.
Item 11 – Ball, playground @ $1.03 each.
Item 12 – Ball, playground @ $1.13 each.
Item 13 – Ball, playground @ $1.59 each.
Item 18 – Ball, softball @ $1.09 each.
Item 19 – Ball, tennis @ $1.77 each.
Item 21 – Ball, volleyball @ $2.27 each.
Item 26 – Bat, softball @ $10.89 each.
Item 27 – Bat, softball @ $10.89 each.
Item 28 – Bat, softball @ $10.89 each.
Item 37 – Marker cone, 6" @ $2.17 each.
Item 38 – Marker cone, 12" @ $2.76 each.
Item 39 – Marker cone, 18" @ $3.43 each.
Item 40 – Marker cone, 28" @ $6.27 each.
Item 41 – Mask, softball @ $5.27 each.
Item 62 – Softball, 12" @ $1.33 each.
Item 63 – Softball, plastic @ $.42 each.
Item 64 – Bat, plastic, 27" @ $.93 each.

3. GREGG – UNITED SPORTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 970008
BOCA RATON, FL 33497 - 0008 EST. $ 22,807.00
OWNER: MITCH ETKIND

Low Unit Price: Items 9, 10, 17, 25, 31, 33, 34, 43 through 46, 50, 58, 59, and 67.
Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Items 5, 6, and 61.
Item 5 – Ball, football @ $2.52 each.
Item 6 – Ball, football @ $2.66 each.
Item 9 – Ball, ping pong @ $.60 per dozen.
Item 10 – Ball, playground, @ $.90 each.
Item 17 – Ball, softball @ $1.20 each.
Item 25 – Base, softball @ $3.50 per set.
Item 31 – Baton, aluminum @ $1.05 each.
Item 33 – Batting tee @ $8 each.
Item 34 – Bean bag @ $.50 each.
Item 43 – Net, basketball @ $.60 each.
Item 44 – Net, volleyball @ $8 each.
Item 45 – Net, volleyball @ $9 each.
Item 46 – Paddle, ping-pong @ $.70 each.
Item 50 – Rings, deck tennis @ $.75 each.
Item 58 – Tape, measuring @ $2.70 each.
Item 59 – Watch, stop @ $8.94 each.
Item 61 – Gym mat @ $148.10 each.
Item 67 – Benches, 7½’ @ $99.40 each.

4. HL CORPORATION
P.O. BOX 3327
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA 90266 EST. $ 750.00
OWNER: DEAN SCHOPPE

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 56 - Shuttlecock, nylon @ $6 per tube.

5. MAJESTIC SALES
20 PEQUOT TRAIL
WESTPORT, CT 06880 EST. $ 1,857.00
OWNER: MELVIN ZIMMERS

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 57 - Shuttlecock, feathered @ $12.38 per tube.

6. PYRAMID SCHOOL PRODUCTS
6510 NORTH 54TH STREET
TAMPA, FL 33610 - 1994 EST. $ 1,484.75
OWNER: LAWRENCE MILLER

Low Unit Price: Items 2 and 29.
Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Item 32.
Item 2 – Bag, equipment @ $2.29 each.
Item 29 – Bat, softball, @ $11.17 each.
Item 32 – Baton, plastic @ $1.89 each.

7. ZIPP SPORTING GOODS, INC.
P.O. BOX 432700
SOUTH MIAMI, FL 33143 EST. $ 29,041.20
OWNER: MARTIN HOCHMAN

Low Unit Price: Items 1 and 30.
Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications: Items 16, 35, 36, 47, 66 and 68.
Total Low Unit Price: Items 54 and 55.
Item 1 – Field line marking powder @ $5.45 per bag.
Item 16 – Ball, softball @ $3.71 each.
Item 30 – Paddle, tennis @ $4.48 each.
Item 35 – Glove, softball (R), @ $17.50 each.
Item 36 – Glove, softball (L), @ $17.50 each.
Item 47 – Pump, tire @ $10.45 each.
Item 54 – Rope, jump, 16’ @ $6.85 per bundle.
Item 55 – Rope, jump, 8’ @ $3.58 per bundle.
Item 66 – Ball, playground, 7" @ $2.85 each.
Item 68 – Basketball goal @ $83.49 each.

8. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $112,914.20. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-97 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #219-XX10 – RESPIRATORY THERAPIST, REGISTERED NURSE AND LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE SERVICES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Request for Proposal #219-XX10 — RESPIRATORY THERAPIST, REGISTERED NURSE AND LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE SERVICES, to provide, at a firm unit price, Respiratory Therapist (RT), Registered Nurse (RN) and Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) services, needed as related support services for the education of handicapped students. Such services have been identified as necessary to access education, for the Division of Exceptional Student Education, during the term of the proposal, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. MAXIM HEALTHCARE SERVICES, INC.
7855 NW 12th STREET
SUITE 218
MIAMI, FL 33126 EST. $1,600,000.00 OWNERS: STEPHEN BISCIOTTI
JAMES DAVIS

Highest Rated Proposal:
Respiratory Therapist @ $19.00 per hour.
Registered Nurse @ $27.00 per hour.
Licensed Practical Nurse @ $18.00 per hour.

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $1,600,000. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-98 AWARD OF BID #220-XX09 – FLOOR FINISH REMOVER

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #220-XX09 – FLOOR FINISH REMOVER, to purchase, at a firm unit price, quantities, as may be required, of floor finish remover, for Stores and Mail Distribution stock, during the term of the bid, effective June 23, 1999, through June 22, 2000, as follows:

1. REX CHEMICAL CORPORATION
2270 NW 23RD STREET
MIAMI, FL 33142 EST. $ 72,600.00
OWNER: BETTY GRANJA, PRESIDENT/C.E.O (WF)

Low Unit Price Meeting Specifications:
Only Item - Remover @ $2.20 per gallon.

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $72,600. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-99 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #222-XX10 – PROVIDE PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA

G-100 AWARD OF BID #229-XX09 – ELECTRONIC PIANOS WITH BENCH

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #229-XX09 – ELECTRONIC PIANOS WITH BENCH, to purchase, at firm unit prices, quantities, as may be required, of electronic pianos with benches, for various schools, during the term of the bid, effective July 23, 1999, through July 22, 2000, as follows:

1. ESAU PRODUCTS, INC.
1107 WEST 24TH AVENUE
HUTCHINSON, KS 67502 EST. $ 63,294.00
OWNER: LEROY ESAU

Total Low Unit Price: Items 1 through 3.
Item 1 – Electronic piano – Kurzweil @ $725 each.
Item 2 – Adjustable stool – Esau @ $75 each.
Item 3 – Headset – Esau @ $22 each.

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $63,294. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-101 AWARD OF BID #233-XX02– TURFMOWER

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #233-XX02– TURFMOWER, to purchase, at a firm price, a turfmower for Homestead Senior High School, effective June 23, 1999, as follows:

1. TESCO SOUTH, INC.
D/B/A/ HECTOR TURF
1301 NW 3RD STREET
DEERFIELD BEACH, FL 33442 $ 18,100.00
OWNER: JAMES R. MANTEY, PRESIDENT/CFO

Low Bid: Only Item - Turfmower @ $18,100 each.

2. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-102 AWARD OF BID #239-XX02 – SEWER PUMP

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #239-XX02 – SEWER PUMP, to purchase, at a firm price, a sewer pump for Miami Norland Senior High School, effective June 23, 1999, as follows:

1. SCORPIO WATERWORKS & MARKETING, INTL., INC.
20319 SW 124 AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33177 $ 10,085.00
OWNER: SAMUEL L. SMALL

Low Bid Meeting Specifications: Item 1 – Pump sewer, 7½ HP @ $10,085 each.

2. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-103 AWARD OF BID #241-XX05 – GLAZING SHEETS

G-104 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #246-XX10 – PROVIDE HYPERTENSION SCREENING FOR GRADE TEN STUDENTS

G-105 AWARD OF BID #001-ZZ04 – TELECOMMUNICATION ATTENDANCE

G-106 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #248-XX10 – TEENAGE PARENT PROGRAM CHILD CARE SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WHO MEET ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE 1999 – 2000 SCHOOL YEAR

G-107 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #249-XX10 – COUNSELING AND CONSULTATION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES IN THE TOPS PROGRAM FOR SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Bid #249-XX10 – COUNSELING AND CONSULTATION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES IN THE TOPS PROGRAM FOR SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS, to establish a contract, at a firm unit price, to provide counseling and consultation services for children and their families in the Teaching Outreach Support (TOPS) Program for severely emotionally disturbed students, for the Division of Exceptional Student Education, during the term of the proposal, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE OF GREATER MIAMI, INC.
1790 SW 27TH AVENUE
MIAMI, FL 33145 EST. $ 49,280.00
DAVID B. SALTMAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Highest Rated Proposal:
Counseling & Consultation Services @ $35.20 per hour times 1400 hours.

2. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $49,280. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-108 AWARD OF BID #251-XX10 – AIR-CONDITIONING PACKAGE UNIT

G-109 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #262-XX10 – COUNSELING AND PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION SERVICES AT THE ROBERT RENICK EDUCATIONAL CENTER AND RUTH OWENS KRUSE EDUCATIONAL CENTER FOR EMOTIONALLY HANDICAPPED AND SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Request for Proposal #262-XX10 – COUNSELING AND PSYCHIATRIC CONSULTATION SERVICES AT THE ROBERT RENICK EDUCATIONAL CENTER AND RUTH OWENS KRUSE EDUCATIONAL CENTER FOR EMOTIONALLY HANDICAPPED AND SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS, to establish a contract, at firm unit prices, to provide weekly group and/or individual counseling and psychiatric consultation to students assigned to the Robert Renick Educational Center and the Ruth Owens Kruse Educational Center, for the Division of Exceptional Student Education, during the term of the proposal, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. BERTHA ABESS CHILDREN’S CENTER
10800 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, SUITE 200
NORTH MIAMI, FL 33161
CAROLYN JENKINS – JAEGER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Highest Rated Proposal:
Sites: 1
Total Hours: 2,250
Fee: @ $65 per hour.

2. CHILDREN’S PSYCHIATRIC CENTER, INC.
15490 NW 7TH AVENUE, SUITE 200
MIAMI, FL 33169
STEPHEN J. MAKAR, PRESIDENT

Highest Rated Proposal:
Sites: 1
Total Hours: 2,250
Fee: @ $62 per hour.

3. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $285,750. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-110 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #263-XX10 – COUNSELING SERVICES IN TWENTY PROGRAMS WITH FULL-TIME CLASSES FOR EMOTIONALLY HANDICAPPED AND SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, AWARD Request For Proposal #263-XX10 – COUNSELING SERVICES IN TWENTY PROGRAMS WITH FULL-TIME CLASSES FOR EMOTIONALLY HANDICAPPED AND SEVERELY EMOTIONALLY DISTURBED STUDENTS, to establish a contract, at a firm unit price, to provide weekly group and/or individual counseling to students assigned to full-time programs for the emotionally handicapped, for the Division of Exceptional Student Education, during the term of the proposal, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2000, as follows:

1. BERTHA ABESS CHILDREN’S CENTER, INC.
10800 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD, SUITE 200
MIAMI, FL 33161
CAROLYN JENKINS – JAEGER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Highest Rated Proposal:
Sites: 1
Fee: $40 per hour.
Total hours: 450 $ 18,000.00

2. JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE OF GREATER MIAMI, INC.
1790 SW SUNSET DRIVE, SUITE 203
MIAMI, FL 33145
DAVID B. SALTMAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Sites: 9
Fee: $43.50 per hour.
Total hours: 5490 $ 238,815.00

3. MIAMI CONSULTANTS FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
9260 SUNSET DRIVE, SUITE 203
MIAMI, FL 33173
ELAINE S. HOFFMAN, LMFT

Sites: 3
Fee: $40 per hour.
Total hours: 1755 $ 70,200.00

4. NEW HORIZONS COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH CENTER,INC.
1313 NW 36 STREET, SUITE 400
MIAMI, FL 33142
OWNER: EVALINA BESTMAN, PH.D., EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Sites: 2
Fee: $45 per hour.
Total hours: 1935 $ 87,075.00

5. PSYCH SOLUTIONS, INC.
1320 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, SUITE 1140
CORAL GABLES, FL 33146
OWNER: ARTHUR BREGMAN, M.D.

Sites: 2
Fee: $45 per hour.
Total hours: 1215 $ 54,675.00

6. UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI/JACKSON MEMORIAL MEDICAL
CENTER
1611 NW 12 AVENUE, ROOM 428B
MIAMI, FL 33136
OWNER: AMERICO ROSALES, LCSW, LMFT

Sites: 3
Fee: $49 per hour.
Total hours: 2070 $ 101,430.00

7. Authorize the Bureau of Procurement and Materials Management to purchase up to the total estimated amount of $570,195. The award shall be made subject to the resolution of bid protests, if any.


G-111 AWARD OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL #269-XX10 – PROVIDE STATE REQUIRED SCOLIOSIS SCREENING FOR GRADE SEVEN STUDENTS

H. OFFICE OF DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS

H-1 REPORT: MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS ANNUAL SAFETY-TO-LIFE REPORT

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, receive the Miami-Dade County Public Schools Annual Safety-to-Life Report.

H-21 AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIONS FOR APPLICATION NO. 99-68, FOX, ET AL., FOR A VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION IN ADDITION TO EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPACT FEES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the acceptance of a Declaration of Restrictions for Application No. 99-68, Fox, et al., for a voluntary contribution in addition to educational facilities impact fees, under the terms and conditions set forth above.

H-22 AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIONS FOR APPLICATION NO. 99-92, SPITFIRE INVESTMENTS, N.V., ET AL., FOR A VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION IN ADDITlON TO EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPACT FEES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the acceptance of a Declaration of Restrictions for Application No. 99-92, Spitfire Investments, N.V., et al., for a voluntary contribution in addition to educational facilities impact fees, under the terms and conditions set forth above.

H-23 AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIONS FOR APPLICATION NO. 99-76, JOHN O. SUTTON, TRUSTEE, FOR A VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION IN ADDITION TO EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPACT FEES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the acceptance of a Declaration of Restrictions for Application No. 99-76, John O. Sutton, Trustee, for a voluntary contribution in addition to educational facilities impact fees, under the terms and conditions set forth above.

H-24 AUTHORIZATION TO ACCEPT A DECLARATION OF RESTRICTIONS FOR APPLICATION NO. 98-430, TURNPIKE DEVELOPMENT, LTD., AND DEERWOOD, LTD., FOR A VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION IN ADDITION TO EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPACT FEES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the acceptance of a Declaration of Restrictions for Application No. 98-430, Turnpike Development, Ltd., and Deerwood, Ltd., for a voluntary contribution in addition to educational facilities impact fees, under the terms and conditions set forth above.

H-25 AUTHORIZATION FOR CREDIT OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPACT FEES FOR OAK RIDGE NORTH ASSOCIATES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize a credit of Educational Facilities Impact Fees for Oak Ridge North Associates in the amount of $102,960.

H-26 AUTHORIZATION FOR CREDIT OF EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPACT FEES FOR RIVIERA HOMES, INC.

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize a credit of Educational Facilities Impact Fees for Riviera Homes, Inc., in the amount of $113,677.50, for 50% of the fair market value of property received.

H-27 THIRD LEASE AMENDMENT WITH STEVEN M. SIEGFRIED, AS TRUSTEE FOR A.J. HOUSE AND SONS, INC., FOR THE CENTRAL WEST TRANSPORTATlON CENTER SITE

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to execute a third lease amendment with Steven M. Siegfried, as Trustee for A.J. House and Sons, Inc., for the Central West Transportation Center site, at an annual rental amount of $173,416.72, and under the terms and conditions set forth above.

H-28 AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE A LEASE AGREEMENT WITH 225 BUILDING PARTNERSHIP FOR SPACE FOR THE SCHOOL FOR APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent or his designee to execute a lease agreement with 225 Building Partnership, for space for the School for Applied Technology, at an annual rental amount of $203,522, and under the terms and conditions set forth above.

H-29 RENEWAL OF LEASE AGREEMENT WITH MIAMI-DADE COUNTY FOR THE FACILITIES OPERATIONS CENTRAL GARAGE

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the renewal of the lease agreement with Miami-Dade County for the Facilities Operations Central Garage, at an annual rental rate of $1.00. The term of the renewal period will commence December 16, 1999 and will end December 15, 2000. All other terms and conditions of the lease agreement will remain unchanged.

H-30 RENEWAL OF LEASE AGREEMENT WITH PARAMOUNT PROPERTY DEVELOPERS, INCORPORATED, FOR SPACE FOR THE SOUTH DADE ADULT CENTER ANNEX

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the renewal of the lease agreement with Paramount Property Developers, Incorporated, for space for the South Dade Adult Center Annex, at an annual rental amount not to exceed $123,794.38. The term of the renewal period will commence October 1, 1999, and will end September 30, 2000. All other terms and conditions of the lease agreement will remain unchanged.

H-31 GRANT OF EASEMENT TO BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC., AT THE GOLDEN GLADES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITE

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Chair and the Secretary to execute a grant of easement agreement with BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc., in consideration of a payment of $7,200, for the installation of a Controlled Environment Vault on the west boundary of the Golden Glades Elementary School site.

H-32 GRANT OF EASEMENT TO BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC., AT THE LAKE STEVENS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITE

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Chair and the Secretary to execute a grant of easement agreement with BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc., in consideration of a payment of $7,200, for the installation of a Controlled Environment Vault on the west boundary of the Lake Stevens Elementary School site.

H-33 GRANT OF EASEMENT TO BELLSOUTH TELECOMMUNICATIONS, INC., AT THE PALM SPRINGS NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITE

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Chair and the Secretary to execute a grant of easement agreement with BellSouth Telecommunications, Inc., in consideration of a payment of $10,800, for the installation of a Controlled Environment Vault on the west boundary of the Palm Springs North Elementary School site.

H-34 AUTHORIZATION TO TERMINATE A DEED OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT LOCATED AT THE ERNEST R GRAHAM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITE AND EXECUTE A NEW DEED OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT AT THE SCHOOL SITE IN FAVOR OF SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Chair and the Secretary to:

1. terminate the existing five foot perimeter Deed of Conservation Easement located at Ernest R Graham Elementary School site in favor of South Florida Water Management District; and
2. execute a Deed of Conservation Easement at the Ernest R Graham Elementary School site in favor of the South Florida Water Management District for approximately 1.86 acres, as described.


H-35 AUTHORIZATION TO NEGOTIATE FOR THE PURCHASE OF LAND FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF STATE SCHOOL "VV1"

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent or his designee to secure appraisals, surveys and environmental assessments for certain lands within Miami-Dade county, Florida, as described and to negotiate for the purchase of same.

I. DEPUTY SUPERINTENDENT: MANAGEMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY

I-1 ENGAGEMENT LETTER AND AUDIT PLAN BY KPMG LLP STRATEGIC

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, receive and file the Engagement Letter and the Audit Plan for the external audit of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1999 by KPMG LLP.

I-2 INTERNAL AUDIT REPORT - AUDIT OF THE INTERNAL FUNDS OF SELECTED REGION VI SCHOOLS. APRIL 1999, PRESENTED BY THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE AUDITS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, receive and file the Internal Audit Report - Audit of the Internal Funds of Selected Region VI Schools, April 1999, presented by the Office of Management and Compliance Audits.

I-3 INTERNAL AUDIT REPORT - AUDIT OF THE INTERNAL FUNDS OF SELECTED REGION V SCHOOLS, APRIL 1999, PRESENTED BY THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE AUDITS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, receive and file the Internal Audit Report - Audit of the Internal Funds of Selected Region V Schools. April 1999, presented by the Office of Management and Compliance Audits.

I-4 INTERNAL AUDIT REPORT - AUDIT OF THE MAGNET EDUCATIONAL CHOICE ASSOCIATION, INC. (MECA) FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1998, PRESENTED BY THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE AUDITS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, receive and file the Internal Audit Report - Audit of the Magnet Educational Choice Association. Inc. (MECA) for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1998, presented by the Office of Management and Compliance Audits.

I-5 INTERNAL AUDIT REPORT - REVIEW OF ARCHITECTURAL/ENGINEERING FEES. MARCH 1999, PRESENTED BY THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND COMPLIANCE AUDITS

STRATEGIC PLANNING GOAL: VIII - PROFESSIONAL STAFF AND PRACTICES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, receive and file the Internal Audit Report - Review of Architectural/Engineering Fees, March 1999, presented by the Office of Management and Compliance Audits.

I-6 KPMG LLP'S AUDIT REPORT: EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES IMPACT FEES AGENCY FUNDS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA, COMBINED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1998 (WITH INDEPENDENT AUDITORS' REPORT THEREON)

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, receive and file: KPMG LLP's Audit Report: Educational Facilities Impact Fees Agency Funds of Miami-Dade County. Florida. Combined Financial Statements. September 30. 1998 (With Independent Auditors' Report Thereon).

I-7 PRE-QUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS FOR EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

a) approve the list of contractors for pre-qualification, and authorize staff to issue a certificate to each contractor, certifying pre-qualification for a period of one (1) year;
b) adhere to its original action to declare Allstar Builders Corporation and N & J Construction Corporation not eligible for pre-qualification, and authorize staff to officially inform contractors of such action.


J. CHIEF FACILITIES OFFICER: FACILITIES PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION

J-1 TERMINATE THE AGREEMENT WITH BELLON & TAYLOR ARCHITECTS, INC. AS A/E FOR THE ADDITIONS, REMODELING AND RENOVATIONS PROJECT AT NORTH TWIN LAKES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

PROJECT # A-0415

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1) terminate the agreement with the firm of Bellon & Taylor Architects, Inc. as A/E at North Twin Lakes Elementary School, with cause, effective June 23, 1999, and
2) authorize staff to advertise the project for design-build services.


J-2 AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE THE ABSOLUTE BILL OF SALE FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF WATER FACILITIES AT THE CORAL REEF MAINTENANCE SATELLITE FACILITY SITE IN FAVOR OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Chair and Secretary to execute the Absolute Bill of Sate for water facilities at the Coral Reef Maintenance Satellite facility site in favor of Miami-Dade County.

J-3 AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE THE ABSOLUTE BILL OF SALE FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF WATER FACILITIES AT THE CAROL CITY MIDDLE SCHOOL SITE IN FAVOR OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Chair and Secretary to execute the Absolute Bill of Sale for water facilities at the Carol City Middle School site in favor of Miami-Dade County.

J-4 AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE THE ABSOLUTE BILL OF SALE FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF WASTEWATER FACILITIES AT THE EARLINGTON HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITE IN FAVOR OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Chair and Secretary to execute the Absolute Bill of Sale for wastewater facilities at the Earlington Heights School site in favor of Miami-Dade County.

J-5 AUTHORIZATION TO GRANT A WATER LINE EASEMENT LOCATED AT THE CARIBBEAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SITE IN FAVOR OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the execution of the water line easement agreement at the Caribbean Elementary School site in favor of Miami-Dade County.

J-6 AUTHORIZATION TO GRANT A WASTEWATER LINE EASEMENT LOCATED AT THE DR. MICHAEL M. KROP SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SITE IN FAVOR OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the execution of the wastewater line easement at the Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School site in favor of Miami-Dade County.

J-7 AUTHORIZATION TO EXECUTE THE ABSOLUTE BILL OF SALE FOR THE CONVEYANCE OF WATER AND WASTEWATER FACILITIES AT THE DR. MICHAEL M. KROP SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SITE IN FAVOR OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Chair and Secretary to execute the Absolute Bill of Sale for water and wastewater facilities at the Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School site in favor of Miami-Dade County.

J-8 AUTHORIZATION TO GRANT A WATER LINE EASEMENT LOCATED AT THE DR. MICHAEL M. KROP SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL SITE IN FAVOR OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the execution of the water line easement agreement at the Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School site in favor of Miami-Dade County.

J-9 AWARD TO M.A.C. CONSTRUCTiON, INC. (W)
PROJECT NO. JOC99-NORTH-M/WBE
JOB ORDER CONTRACT/BUREAU OF FACILITIES OPERATIONS
NORTH REGION OF THE DISTRICT

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, award Project No. JOC99-NORTH-M/WBE, Job Order Contract/Bureau of Facilities Operations, on the basis of the weighted factor of .9730 to the successful bidder: M.A.C. Construction, Inc., 8335 SW 85TH Terrace, Miami, FL 33143.

J-10 AWARD TO VRV CONSTRUCTION CORP.
PROJECT NO. JOC99-SOUTH CENTRAL
JOB ORDER CONTRACT/BUREAU OF FACILITIES OPERATIONS
SOUTH REGION OF THE DISTRICT

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida award Project No. JOC99-SOUTH CENTRAL, Job Order Contract/Bureau of Facilities Operations, on the basis of the weighted factor of 1.0645 to the successful bidder: VRV Construction Corp., 7845 NW 66 Street, Miami, Florida 33166.

J-11 AWARD TO GRACE & NAEEM UDDIN, INC. (W)
PROJECT NO. JOC99-AG-M/WBE
JOB ORDER CONTRACT/FACILITIES SUPPORT SERVICES
ALL AREAS OF THE MDCPS DISTRICT

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida award Project No. JOC99-AG-M/WBE, Job Order Contract/Facilities Support Services on the basis of the weighted factor of .9645 to the successful bidder: Grace & Naeem Uddin, Inc., 5532 NW 72 Avenue, Miami, Florida 33166.

J-12 AWARD TO MEXAL CORP.
PROJECT NO. JOC99-AH
JOB ORDER CONTRACT/BUREAU OF FACILITIES OPERATIONS
ALL AREAS OF THE MDCPS DISTRICT

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida award Project No. JOC99-AH, Job Order Contract/Facilities Support Services on the basis of the weighted factor of 1.0246 to the successful bidder: Mexal Corp., 4908-A SW 72 Avenue, Miami, Florida 33155.

J-13 AWARD TO BUILDING DESIGN INTERNATIONAL CORP.
PROJECT NO. A-0696
PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER "A-1" (PLC "A-1")
JOHN I. SMITH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
10415 NW 52ND STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida.

a) authorize staff to complete and submit a survey exception, if required, to the Commissioner of Education at the Florida Department of Education: and
b) award Project No. A-0696, Primary Learning Center "A-1" (PLC "A-1"), John I. Smith Elementary School, on the basis of Base Bid in the amount of $1,768,000 to the low bidder: Building Design international Corp., 7990 NW 60th Street, Miami, FL 33166.

J-14 AWARD TO CRISAL CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
PROJECT NO. A-0499
ADDITION, REMODELING AND RENOVATIONS
GLADES MIDDLE SCHOOL
9451 SW 64TH Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

a) authorize staff to complete and submit a survey exception. if required, to the Commissioner of Education at the Florida Department of Education; and
b) award Project No A-0499, Addition, Remodeling and Renovations, Glades Middle School. on the basis of Base Bid in the amount of $2,697,000 to the low bidder: Crisal Construction Co., Inc., 4661 SW 71st Avenue, Miami, FL 33155.


J-15 AWARD TO MEXAL CORP.
PROJECT NO. A-0655
ADDITION, REMODELING AND RENOVATION
EMERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
8001 SW 36 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

a) authorize staff to complete and submit a survey exception, if required, to the Commissioner of Education at the Florida Department of Education; and
b} award Project No. A-0655, Addition, Remodeling and Renovation, Emerson Elementary School, on the basis of Base Bid in the amount of $1,595,000 to the low bidder: Mexal Corp., 4908-A SW 72ND Avenue, Miami, FL 33155.


J-16 AWARD TO TARAFA CONSTRUCTION, INC.
BASE BID "HH"
PROJECT NO. A-0704
MIDDLE SCHOOL ADDITION "HH"
GRADES 6 - 8 ADDITION
SHENANDOAH MIDDLE SCHOOL
1950 SW 19 Street, Miami, Florida

PROJECT NO. A-0711
BASE BID "JJ-1"
MIDDLE SCHOOL ADDITION "JJ"
GRADES 6 - 8 ADDITION
PONCE DE LEON MIDDLE SCHOOL
5801 Augusto Street, Coral Gables, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida award Project Nos. A-0704 and A-0711, Design Criteria for Design-Build, Middle Learning Centers (MLC) "HH" and "JJ-1", on the basis of the Combined Bid in the amount of $9,554,529 to the low bidder: Tarafa Construction, Inc., 8849 NW 117th Street, Miami, FL 33018.

J-17 AWARD TO TARAFA CONSTRUCTION, INC.
PROJECT NO. A-0705
MIDDLE LEARNING CENTER (MLC) "MM"
GRADES 6 - 8 ADDITION
KINLOCH PARK MIDDLE SCHOOL
4340 NW 3 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida award Project No. A-0704, Design Criteria for Design-Build, Middle Learning Center (MLC) "MM", Kinloch Park Middle, on the basis of Base Bid in the amount of $3,956,700 to the low bidder: Tarafa Construction, Inc., 8849 NW 117TH Street, Miami, FL 33018.

J-18 AWARD TO TARAFA CONSTRUCTION, INC.
PROJECT NO. A-0706
MIDDLE LEARNING CENTER (MLC) "NN"
GRADES 6 - B ADDITION
G.W. CARVER MIDDLE SCHOOL
4901 Lincoln Drive, Coconut Grove, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida award Project No. A-0705, Design Criteria for Design-Build, Middle Learning Center (MLC) "NN", G.W. Carver Middle, on the basis of Base Bid in the amount of $3,969,500 to the low bidder: Tarafa Construction, Inc., 8849 NW 117th Street, Miami, FL 33018.

J-19 FINAL CHANGE ORDER NO. 3
PROJECT NO. A-0243-C
SAFETY-TO-LIFE UPGRADE, ADDITION AND PAINTING
LITTLE RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
514 NW 77 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Final Change Order No. 3 on Project No. A-0243-C, Safety-to-Life Upgrade, Addition and Painting, Little River Elementary School, for an extra of $40,543.

J-20 CHANGE ORDER NO. 9
PROJECT NO. A-0317-12
WOODWORK
MIAMI EDISON MIDDLE SCHOOL
6101 NW 2 Avenue, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 9 on Project No. A-0317-12, Woodwork, Miami Edison Middle School, for an extra of $10,508.

J-21 CHANGE ORDER NO. 17
PROJECT NO. A-0317-26
SPECIALTIES
MIAMI EDISON MIDDLE SCHOOL
6101 NW 2 Avenue, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 17 on Project No. A-0317-26, Specialties, Miami Edison Middle School for an extra of $692.

J-22 CHANGE ORDER NO. 4
PROJECT NO. A-0317-34
THEATER EQUIPMENT
MIAMI EDISON MIDDLE SCHOOL
6101 NW 2 Avenue, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve Change Order No. 4 on Project No. A-0317-34, Theater Equipment, Miami Edison Middle School, for a time extension of 537 days.

J-23 CHANGE ORDER NO. 12
PROJECT NO. A-0317-38
ELECTRICAL AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
MIAMI EDISON MIDDLE SCHOOL
6101 NW 2 Avenue, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 12 on Project No. A-0317-38, Electrical and Telecommunications, Miami Edison Middle School, for an extra of $33,976.

J-24 FINAL CHANGE ORDER NO. 10
PROJECT NO. A-0328
ADDITIONS AND RENOVATIONS
HOLMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1175 NW 67 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm/approve Final Change Order No. 10 on Project No. A-0328, Additions and Renovations, Holmes Elementary School for a credit of $18,000 and a time extension of 124 days.

J-25 CHANGE ORDER NO. 1
PROJECT NO. A-0335
NEW CONSTRUCTION AND RENOVATIONS
MYRTLE GROVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
3125 NW 176 Street, Opa-Locka, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 1 on Project No. A-0335, New Construction and Renovations, Myrtle Grove Elementary School, for an extra of $52,733.

J-26 CHANGE ORDER NO. 2
PROJECT NO. A-0404
NEW PARKING GARAGE
LINDSEY HOPKINS ED CENTER
750 NW 20 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 2 on Project No. A-0404, New Parking Lot, Lindsey Hopkins Ed Center, for an extra of $9,197.

J-27 CHANGE ORDER NO. 11
PROJECT NO. A-0408
ADDITIONS, REMODELING AND RENOVATIONS
CAROL CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
4375 NW 173 Drive, Carol City, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 11 on Project No. A-0408, Additions, Remodeling and Renovations, Carol City Elementary School, for an extra of $18,806.

J-28 CHANGE ORDER NO. 3
PROJECT NO. A-0418
ADDITIONS, RENOVATIONS AND REMODELING
SOUTH HIALEAH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
265 East 5 Street, Hialeah, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm/approve Change Order No. 3 on Project No. A-0418, Additions, Renovations and Remodeling, South Hialeah Elementary School, for an extra of $29,729 and a time extension of 5 days.

J-29 FINAL CHANGE ORDER NO. 7
PROJECT NO. A-0422
ADDITION, REMODELING AND RENOVATIONS
BEL-AIRE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
10205 SW 194 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Final Change Order No. 7 on Project No. A-0422, Addition, Remodeling and Renovation, Bel-Aire Elementary School, for an extra of $35,000.

J-30 CHANGE ORDER NO. 4
PROJECT NO. A-0456
NEW CONSTRUCTION, REMODELING AND RENOVATIONS
MIAMI BEACH SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
2231 Prairie Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm/approve Change Order No. 4 on Project No. A-0456, New Construction, Remodeling, and Renovations, Miami Beach Senior High School, for an extra of $65,033 and a time extension of 64 days.

J-31 CHANGE ORDER NO. 9
PROJECT NO. A-0459
ADDITIONS, RENOVATIONS AND REMODELING
MIAMI SPRINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
51 Park Street, Miami Springs, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 9 on Project No. A-0459, Additions, Renovations and Remodeling, Miami Springs Elementary School, for an extra of $18,244.

J-32 CHANGE ORDER NO. 5
PROJECT NO. A-0512
ADDITIONS, REMODELING AND RENOVATIONS
PALM SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL
1025 West 56 Street, Hialeah, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 5 on Project No. A-0512, Additions, Remodeling and Renovations, Palm Springs Middle School, for an extra of $60,742.

J-33 FINAL CHANGE ORDER NO. 9
PROJECT NO. A-0540
ADDITIONS, REMODELING AND RENOVATIONS
HOMESTEAD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
2351 SE 12 Avenue, Homestead, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Final Change Order No. 9 on Project No. A-0540, Additions, Remodeling and Renovations, Homestead Senior High School, for an extra of $16,785.

J-34 CHANGE ORDER NO. 8
PROJECT NO. A-0564
ADDITIONS, RENOVATIONS AND REMODELING
J.F. KENNEDY MIDDLE SCHOOL
1075 NE 167 Street, North Miami Beach, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 8 on Project No. A-0564, Additions, Renovations and Remodeling, J.F. Kennedy Middle School, for an extra of $44,278.

J-35 CHANGE ORDER NO. 7
PROJECT NO. A-0569/A-0570
ADDITIONS AND RENOVATIONS
HIALEAH MIDDLE/AMELIA EARHART ELEMENTARY
6027/5987 East 7 Avenue, Hialeah, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 7 on Project No. A-0569/A-0570, Additions and Renovations, Hialeah Middle/Amelia Earhart Elementary School, for an extra of $87,140.

J-36 FINAL CHANGE ORDER NO. 2
PROJECT NO. A-0600
RENOVATIONS, REMODELING AND ADDITIONS
LIBERTY CITY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1855 NW 71 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm/approve Final Change Order No. 2 on Project No. A-0600, Renovations, Remodeling and Additions, Liberty City Elementary School, for an extra of $36,570 and a time extension of 297 days.

J-37 CHANGE ORDER NO. 5
PROJECT NO. A-0615
DESIGN-BUILD PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER
PLC "K" W.J. BRYAN ELEMENTARY RELIEF
12175 NE 12 Court, North Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. Son Project No. A-0615, Design-Build Primary Learning Center, PLC "K" W.J. Bryan Elementary Relief for an extra of $28,541.

J-38 CHANGE ORDER NO. 5
PROJECT NO. A-0625
DESIGN-BUILD PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER
PLC "N" BOWMAN FOSTER ASHE ELEMENTARY RELIEF
16251 SW 72nd Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm/approve Change Order No. 5 on Project No. A-0625, Design-Build Primary Learning Center, PLC "N" Bowman Foster Ashe Elementary Relief, for an extra of $140,725.

J-39 CHANGE ORDER NO. 5
PROJECT NO. A-0636
DESIGN-BUILD PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER
PLC "Q" GILBERT L. PORTER ELEMENTARY RELIEF
15751 SW 112 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm/approve Change Order No. 5 on Project No. A-0636, Design-Build Primary Learning Center, PLC "Q" Gilbert L. Porter Elementary Relief, for an extra of $137,568.

J-40 CHANGE ORDER NO. 5
PROJECT NO. A-0638
DESIGN-BUILD PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER
PLC "S" JACK D. GORDON ELEMENTARY RELIEF
15001 SW 127 Avenue, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 5 on Project No. A-0638, Design-Build Primary Learning Center, PLC "S" Jack D. Gordon Elementary School, for an extra of $55,550.

J-41 CHANGE ORDER NO. 5
PROJECT NO. A-0639
DESIGN-BUILD PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER
PLC "T" JACK D. GORDON ELEMENTARY RELIEF
15551 SW 127 Avenue, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 5 on Project No. A-0639, Design-Build Primary Learning Center, PLC "T" Jack D. Gordon Elementary Relief, for an extra of $26,379.

J-42 CHANGE ORDER NO. 4
PROJECT NO. A-0648
ADDITION, RENOVATION AND REMODELING
HOWARD DRIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
7750 SW 136 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm/approve Change Order No 4 on Project No. A-0648, Addition, Renovation and Remodeling, Howard Drive Elementary School, for an extra of $31,819 and a time extension of 78 days.

J-43 CHANGE ORDER NO. 5
PROJECT NO. A-0660
DESIGN-BUILD PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER
PLC "V" BEN SHEPPARD ELEMENTARY RELIEF
5601 West 24 Avenue, Hialeah, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Change Order No. 5 on Project No. A-0660, Design-Build Primary Learning Center, PLC "V" Ben Sheppard Elementary Relief, for an extra of $70,456.

J-44 FINAL CHANGE ORDER NO. 1
PROJECT NO. A-0671
ROOF REPLACEMENT
PALM SPRINGS MIDDLE SCHOOL
1025 West 56 Street, Hialeah, Florida

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Final Change Order No. 1 on Project No. A-0671, Roof Replacement, Palm Springs Middle School, for an extra of $14,318.

J-45 CHANGE ORDER NO. 1
PROJECT NO. A-0695
NEW PROTOTYPICAL PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER
PRIMARY LEARNING CENTER "X" (PLC "X")
8192 NW 178 Street, Hialeah, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm/approve Change Order No. 1 on Project No. A-0695, New Prototypical Primary Learning Center, Primary Learning Center "X" (PLC "X"), for an extra of $54,653 and a time extension of 28 days.

J-46 FINAL CHANGE ORDER NO. 1
PROJECT NO. 0001-BB
ROOF REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT
MARTIN L. KING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
7124 NW 12 Avenue, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED:
That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm Final Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 0001-BB, Roof Repair and Replacement, Martin L. King Elementary School for a credit of $5,165 and a time extension of 77 days.

J-47 FINAL CHANGE ORDER NO. 1
PROJECT NO. 0004-BB
ROOF REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT
HOLMES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
1175 NW 67 Street, Miami, Florida

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, confirm/approve Final Change Order No. 1 on Project No. 0004-BB, Roof Repair and Replacement, Holmes Elementary School, for a credit of $8,256 and a time extension of 56 days.

J-48 CORRECTION TO MAY 12, 1999 BOARD ITEM REPLACEMENT J-32
S/S "X" (HUBERT 0. SIBLEY ELEMENTARY)
PROJECT NO. A-0656

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, approve the lump sum construction cost Of $13,470,440, instead of the previously approved $13,431,890, for S/S "X" (Hubert 0. Sibley Elementary), Project No. A-0656.

J-49 EXTENSION OF TERM CONTRACT FOR GENERAL REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS CONTAINING MATERIALS FOR REGION 111/VARIOUS LOCATIONS (CONTRACT NO. ASB/TB-1 98-GR/3-M/WBE)

RECOMMENDE
D: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to extend the current term contract for General Removal of Asbestos Containing Materials in Region Ill, Contract ASB/TB-198-GR/3-M/WBE, between MCO Environmental, Inc. and Miami-Dade County Public Schools, under the same terms and conditions for an additional year, from July 9,1999 until July 8, 2000, provided. that new bonds and insurance certificates are submitted accordingly.

J-50 EXTENSION OF TERM CONTRACT FOR GENERAL REMOVAL OF ASBESTOS CONTAINING MATERIALS FOR REGION V / VARIOUS LOCATIONS (CONTRACT NO. ASB/TB-198-GR/5)

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to extend the current term contract for General Removal of Asbestos Containing Materials in Region V, Contract ASB/TB-198-GR/5, between Asbestos Certified Technicians, Inc., and Miami-Dade County Public Schools, under the same terms and conditions for an additional year, from July 9, 1999 until July 8, 2000, provided that new bonds and insurance certificates are submitted accordingly.

K. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD ATTORNEY

K-1 THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA v.
OSCAR MONASTERIO - CASE NO. DEM 98-003 ALTER

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, adopt the recommended order of the Hearing Officer in Case No. DEM 98-003 Alter, sustaining the demotion of Oscar Monasterio from Lead Custodian to Custodian, effective July 22, 1998.

K-2 SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA v.
ROSNEL L. JOSEPH, DOAH CASE NO. 99-0754

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, accept the resignation of Rosnel L. Joseph, teacher at Melrose Elementary School, effective June 1, 1999.

K-3 PROPOSED CONTRACTS FOR ASSISTANT BOARD ATTORNEYS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida:

1. Authorize contracts with Madelyn Schere, Patricia Bass, Luis Garcia and Twila Payne, as Senior Assistant School Board Attorneys, and Carlos Mustelier, as Assistant School Board Attorney, for the 1999-2000 fiscal year;
2. Authorize the School Board Attorney to negotiate the contracts of the in-house School Board attorneys within the additional $50,862; and
3. Direct the Superintendent to include the amount of $50,862 plus the existing salary amounts for the five current in-house Assistant Board Attorneys in the tentative budget to be submitted in July, 1999.

 

K-4 CONTRACT WITH HOGAN & HARTSON L.L.P.

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, employ the law firm of Hogan & Hartson L.L.P. as follows:

The Board will pay Hogan & Hartson partners and associates their standard rates discounted by 15 percent. For partners, these rates will be from $247 to $289 per hour, and for associates, from $128 to $175 per hour.


K-5 APPROVAL OF PAYMENT OF LEGAL FEES TO DORMAIN YOUNG IN ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA STATUTE § 230.234

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, in accordance with § 230.234, Fla.Stat. (1998), reimburse Dormain Young the amount of $60,000 as payment for the legal expenses incurred by Mr. Young in defending against charges of sexual battery on a minor, which arose out of and in the course of his performance of his assigned duties and responsibilities as a School Board employee.

K-6 THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA v.
JIM J. SMITH - DOAH CASE NO. 98-5204

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida adopt the recommended order of the Administrative Law Judge in DOAH Case No. 98-5204, affirming the suspension without pay of Jim J. Smith, dismissing him from all employment with The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, as of November 18, 1998, and denying any claim for back pay.

K-7 APPROVAL OF SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT AND ACCEPTANCE OF RESIGNATION - SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA v. NESTOR MARTINEZ - DOAH CASE NO. 99-1790

RECOMMENDED
: That the School Board of Dade County, Florida, accept the resignation of Nestor Martinez, teacher at Campbell Drive Middle School, approve and authorize the School Board Attorney to execute the Settlement Agreement with Mr. Martinez in DOAH Case No. 99-1790.

K-8 THE SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA v.
MAE F. BOONE - CASE NO. SUS 98-002 WEISSMAN

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida adopt the Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, and Recommended Order of the Hearing Officer in Case No. SUS 98-002 Weissman, setting aside the thirty (30) day suspension without pay of Mae F. Boone.

K-9 SCHOOL BOARD OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA v.
IRA L. DOZIER, CASE NO. 98-010 HAMERSMITH

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, enter its final order in the case of The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida v. Ira L. Dozier, Case No. DH 98-010 HAMERSMITH, accepting the Hearing Officer's Recommended Order, filed on May 4, 1999, as its Final Order.

K-10 OVERHOLZER v. SCHOOL BOARD and EXELBERT, PERTNOY v.
SCHOOL BOARD and EXELBERT, VASQUEZ v. SCHOOL BOARD and
EXELBERT, DAVIS v. SCHOOL BOARD and EXELBERT, and
SENTMANAT v. SCHOOL BOARD and EXELBERT

K-20 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD RULE: INITIAL READING
6Gx13-4-1.05, DRUG- FREE WORK PLACE GENERAL POLICY STATEMENT

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act to amend Board Rule 6Gx13-4-1.05, Drug-Free Work Place General Policy Statement, and to promulgate the new document Drug-Free Workplace Technical Guide, which is incorporated by reference and is a part of this rule.

K-21 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD RULE: FINAL READING
6Gx13-6A-1.161, INTERSCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, adopt amended Board Rule 6Gx13-6A-1.161. Interscholastic Athletics-Senior High School, and authorize the Superintendent to file the rule with The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, to be effective June 23, 1999.

K-22 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF SCHOOL BOARD RULE: FINAL READING 6Gx13-6A-1.06, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, adopt amended School Board Rule 6Gx13- 6A-1.06, Emergency Management Procedures, and authorize the Superintendent to file the rule with The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida to be effective June 23, 1999.

K-23 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD RULE: FINAL READING
6Gx13-7E-1.02, EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES--NAMING

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, adopt amended Board Rule 6Gx13-7E-1.02, Educational Facilities-Naming, and authorize the Superintendent to file the rule with The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, to be effective June 23, 1999.

K-24 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD RULE: INITIAL READING
6Gx13-3C-1.08, PERFORMANCE AND PAYMENT SECURITY, DECLINING A BID AWARD, AND BONDING COMPANY QUALIFICATIONS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedures Act to amend Board Rule 6Gx13-3C-1.08, Performance and Payment Security, Declining a Bid Award, and Bonding Company Qualifications.

K-25 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD RULE: INITIAL READING
6Gx13-3F-1.021, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACTS

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act for the amendment of Board Rule 6Gx13-3F-1.021, Professional Services Contracts.

K-26 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD RULE: INITIAL READING
6Gx13-6A-1.021, EDISON PROJECT - HENRY E. S. REEVES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CALENDAR - 1998-1999

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act to amend Board Rule 6Gx13-6A-1.021, Edison Project - Henry E. S. Reeves Elementary School Calendar- 1998-1999.

K-27 PROPOSED PROMULGATION OF NEW BOARD RULE: INITIAL READING
6GX13-8C-1.171, BOARD MEETINGS--DECORUM

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act to promulgate new School Board Rule 6Gx13-8C-1.171, Board Meetings--Decorum.

K-28 PROPOSED AMENDMENT OF BOARD RULE: INITIAL READING
6Gx13-4A-1.21, RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

RECOMMENDED
: That The School Board of Miami-Dade County, Florida, authorize the Superintendent to initiate rulemaking proceedings in accordance with the Administrative Procedures Act to amend Board Rule 6Gx13-4A-1.21, Responsibilities and Duties.

L. OFFICE OF SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS CORRESPONDENCE, REPORTS AND OTHER INFORMATION

L-1 CORRESPONDENCE, REPORTS AND OTHER INFORMATION

Individual Board members may present correspondence addressed to them, reports from various committees on which they serve as School Board liaison, and other education related information of interest to the public.

This item is pre-taped and will be aired upon conclusion of the Board meeting.

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