Nassau Bay City Council on Monday voted 6-1, with Brad Bailey opposed, to award a bid to The Brickman Group for the landscaping of the esplanades at Saturn Lane.
The total bid award was for $138,539. However, a change order is to be issued for the item to remove $48,645 from the bid and delete work that was to be performed for the installation of lighting. The work is being removed due to budget constraints.
The city council voted 4-3, with Mayor Don Matter, David Braun and Jonathan Amdur opposed, to table action regarding the second reading of an ordinance to require owners of rental housing to obtain a license to rent a single family residence, and to require periodic inspections of the properties.
The city council took no formal action, but agreed to pass the first reading of an ordinance implementing a mandatory crime reduction program for apartment complexes. The second reading will be held at a future meeting.
The ordinance had been discussed and a first reading approved during a previous meeting, but was amended and required a new first reading for approval. Changes to the ordinance included designating appeals for violations of the ordinance be heard by the city manager as opposed to city council.
The city council met in executive session to discuss real estate matters. No action was taken on the item.
All other items were approved by unanimous vote. All members were present. Agenda