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File #: 15-8725    Version: 1
Type: Contract Status: Passed
File created: 4/20/2024 In control: City Commission
On agenda: 5/6/2024 Final action: 5/6/2024
Title: Request approval of the State Funded Grant Agreement between the City of Deltona & the State of Florida Department of Transportation for the Elkcam Boulevard Roadway Elevation project - Phyllis Wallace, Interim Public Works Director 386/878-8965 Strategic Goal: Infrastructure
Attachments: 1. 453208-1-34-01 (FY24) - SFGA - Elkcam Blvd
TO: Mayor and Commission AGENDA DATE: 5/6/2024

FROM: Interim City Manager AGENDA ITEM: 9 - C

SUBJECT:
Title
Request approval of the State Funded Grant Agreement between the City of Deltona & the State of Florida Department of Transportation for the Elkcam Boulevard Roadway Elevation project - Phyllis Wallace, Interim Public Works Director 386/878-8965

Strategic Goal: Infrastructure

Body
LOCATION:
Two locations on Elkcam Boulevard - Elkcam Boulevard @ Oneida Court and Elkcam Boulevard between Amherst Avenue & VanOrman Drive.

COST:
N/A

SOURCE OF FUNDS:
N/A

ORIGINATING DEPARTMENT:
Public Works

STAFF RECOMMENDATION PRESENTED BY:
That the Commission approve and authorize approval of the State Funded Grant Agreement between the City of Deltona & the State of Florida Department of Transportation for the Elkcam Boulevard Roadway Elevation project - Phyllis Wallace, Interim Public Works Director 386/878-8965

POTENTIAL MOTION:
Recommendation
"I move to approve the State Funded Grant Agreement between the City of Deltona & the State of Florida Department of Transportation for the Elkcam Boulevard Roadway Elevation project - Phyllis Wallace, Interim Public Works Director 386/878-8965. The City Manager has the authority to make corrections of scrivener's errors and the like."
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BACKGROUND:
Background
During Hurricanes Ian & Nicole (2022) Elkcam Boulevard was overtaken by stormwater and required an extended roadway closure. This closure severely impacted emergency services; the ability of residents to traverse east & west; delivery of commodities to businesses; and created extreme frustration for the traveling public. The road closure resulted in expenses of staffing, equipment and monitoring of the roadway closure, thus taking critical resources away from recovery activities.

The City pursued appropriation funding from the State of Florida and was awarded $400,000 to be used/leveraged with the City's Hazard Mitigation Grant Applic...

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