March 28, 1996
1. Approval of the minutes of the meeting held March 12, 1996.
2. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES. Request approval of the following:
A. Transfer of $2,962,264 in General Revenue appropriations as follows:
$ Deputy Secretary for Administration Grants and Aids-Productivity Enhancement Initiative (2,962,264) Grants and Aids-Community Develop Corp Grants 23,156 District Administration Grants/Aids-Productivity Enhancement Initiative 2,553,362 Grants/Aids-Community Develop Corp Grants 150,535 Economic Services Grants/Aids-Productivity Enhancement Initiative 230,014 Adult Payment Services Grants/Aids-Productivity Enhancement Initiative 5,197
(Provides for the release and realignment of funds for productivity
enhancements and community service
B. Transfer of $35,518 in General Revenue appropriations as follows:
Deputy Secretary for Administration Expenses (13,545) Operating Capital Outlay 35,518 Office of the Secretary Expenses (3,413) State and Local Programs Expenses (167) Deputy Secretary for Health Expenses (11,726) Deputy Secretary for Human Services Expenses (4,330) Statewide Health Programs Expenses (2,337)
ITEM 2B DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES (CONTINUED)
(Provides for the reimbursement of funds to the Deputy Secretary
for Administration for the quarterly
purchase payments for twelve copiers and two printers which
will replace more expensive equipment.)
3. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES. Request transfer of $10,000 in
Revenue Appropriations as follows:
Public Employee Relations Commission Technology Resource Center - DMS (10,000) Information Management Center - LES 10,000
(Realigns data processing budget authority within the Department
of Labor and Employment Security
enable the Public Employee Relations Commission, which is administratively
attached to DLES, to
automation services through DLES' data center instead of the
Department of Management Services'
4. ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION. Request further consideration of
proposed rule adopting
amendments to the Monroe County Comprehensive Plan. (AC Case
DEFERRED FROM MARCH 12, 1996.
On December 12, 1995, the Administration Commission entered
a Final Order in the Monroe County
Comprehensive Plan proceeding. The Final Order found Monroe
County's comprehensive plan not in
and adopted the Recommended Order of the Hearing Officer, with
few exceptions. Additionally, the
set forth remedial actions necessary to bring the plan into
The Final Order directed the Secretary of the Commission to notice a proposed rule which would amend Monroe County's comprehensive plan by adopting those policies necessary to bring the plan into compliance.
amendments to Rule 28-20.100, F.A.C., were published in the
Florida Administrative Weekly (FAW)
December 29, 1995.
On February 27, 1996, staff recommended the Commission withdraw the proposed rule and publish a new rule that incorporated substantial changes as a result of the public hearing process. The Commission directed staff to withdraw the rule published in the FAW on December 29, 1995, and deferred further consideration of this matter.
ITEM 4 ADMINISTRATION COMMISSION AGENDA (CONTINUED)
RECOMMENDATION: Authorize staff to notice the proposed rule
amending the Monroe County
Comprehensive Plan consistent with the Administration Commission's
Final Order entered on
1995, and conduct public hearings in Monroe County.
Facilitators' Final Report dated February 9, 1996. (Distributed
to Cabinet Aides February 16, 1996.)
Summary of Public Hearing and written comments. (Distributed
to Cabinet Aides February 21, 1996.)
Monroe County Comprehensive Plan Policies Discussion Document.
(Distributed to Cabinet Aides
February 21, 1996.)
Proposed rule. (To be distributed separately.)