Resolutions 41-43 of 44 (including 30a) Approved by Council


The Approved Resolutions for 2013 are listed in reverse chronological order from most recently approved. Resolutions 41-43 are below. Resolutions 1-20 are here and Resolutions 21-40 (including 30a) are here.

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Resolution Title

A Resolution Of The Village Council Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Approving The First Amendment To The Employment Agreement Between John C. Gilbert And The Village Of Key Biscayne; And Providing For An Effective Date.


A Capital Project Authorizing Resolution Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Authorizing The Issuance Of Stormwater Utility Refunding And Improvement Revenue Bonds, Series 2013, Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, In The Aggregate Principal Amount Of $6,575,000 For The Purpose Of (A) Refunding The Village's Stormwater Utility Revenue Refunding Bonds, Series 2011 And (B) Financing Improvements And Replacements Of Drainage Wells And Outfalls For The Stormwater Utility In An Amount Not Exceeding $3,500,000; Awarding The Sale Of The Bonds To Pinnacle Public Finance, Inc.; Providing For Security For The Bonds; Providing Other Provisions Relating To The Bonds; Making Certain Covenants And Agreements In Connection Therewith; Repealing Resolution No. 2013-39; And Providing An Effective Date.


A Resolution Of The Village Council Of The Village Of Key Biscayne, Florida, Selecting Atkins North America, Inc. To Prepare A Traffic Study Relating To A Proposed Development Along Crandon Boulevard And Harbor Drive; Authorizing The Village Manager To Negotiate And Execute An Agreement Consistent With The Terms Set Forth In The Proposal Attached As Exhibit "A;" And Providing For An Effective Date




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