Ordinances Approved by Council on Second Reading

2016


The Approved Ordinances for 2016 are listed in reverse chronological order from most recently approved.

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 Ordinance
 
Title
 16-9

An Ordinance Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida; Adopting The Budgets For The Fiscal Year Commencing October 1, 2016 Through September 30, 2017 Pursuant To Florida Statute 200.065 (Trim Bill); Providing For An Effective Date.

 16-8

An Ordinance Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Amending Chapter 19, Section 19-9, Entitled “Domestic Animals,“ Allowing Dogs And Other Domestic Animals Within Designated Village Parks; Providing For Severability; Providing For Conflicts; And Providing An Effective Date.

 16-7

A Capital Project Authorizing Ordinance Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Selecting A Contractor For The Installation Of Artificial Turf On The Athletic Fields At The Village Green; Providing For A Waiver Of Competitive Bidding; Providing For Authorization; And Providing For An Effective Date.

 
 16-6

An Ordinance Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida Authorizing The Issuance Authorizing The Issuance Of Not Exceeding $3,500,000 Of Sewer Improvement Revenue Bonds Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida For The Purpose Of Prepaying And Refinancing A State Revolving Fund Loan; Providing For A Supplemental Resolution Setting Forth The Details Of Said Bonds; Authorizing The Village Manager To Negotiate With Financial Institutions For Purchase Of The Bonds And To Enter Into A Rate Lock Agreement; And Providing An Effective Date.

 16-5

An Ordinance Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Amending Section 31-1, “Parks And Recreational Open Space Lands Trust Fund” of The Village Code Of Ordinances; Obligating The Village Council To Annually Allocate At Least One Percent Of Ad Valorem Tax Revenues To The Parks And Recreational Open Space Lands Trust Fund; Providing For Severability; Providing For Conflicts; Providing For Codification; And Providing For An Effective Date.

 

 16-4

An Ordinance Of The Village Council Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Providing For The Submission To The Village Electors For Approval Or Disapproval, In Accordance With Section 6.02(A)(I) Of The Village Charter, A Proposed Amendment To Section 2.05(C) Of The Village Charter, Entitled "Filling Of Vacancies,'' To Provide For An Appointment Process To Fill A Vacancy On The Village Council; Providing Requisite Ballot Language For Submission Of The Charter Amendment To The Electorate; Calling A Special Election On The Proposed Charter Amendment To Be Held On Tuesday, The 8th Day Of November, 2016, In Conjunction With The General Election Being Held On Said Date; Providing For Voting At The Polls; Providing For Notice Of Election; Providing For Requisite Ballot Language; Providing For Inclusion In The Charter; And Providing For An Effective Date.

 16-3

A Capital Project Authorizing Ordinance Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Selecting FHP Tectonics Corp. For The Construction Of The Dog Park At The Village Green; Providing For Authorization; And Providing For An Effective Date.

 

 16-2

A Capital Project Authorizing Ordinance Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Authorizing The Purchase Of The Real Property Located At 401 Hampton Lane, Key Biscayne, Florida 33149; Providing For Authorization; And Providing For An Effective Date.

 

 16-1

An Ordinance Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Creating The Water And Boat Safety Committee; Providing For Severability; And Providing For An Effective Date.

 

 

 


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