WATCH: Brevard County Commissioner Bryan Lober provides update on Project Westin

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Lober represents District 2 on the Brevard County Commission

LOOK: Brevard County Commissioner Bryan Lober speaks with Space Coast Daily’s Giles Malone to provide a community update on some key issues surrounding Brevard County, such as hurricane preparedness, public safety, the Westin Project and more.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Commissioner Bryan Lober provided an update on some key issues surrounding Brevard County, such as hurricane preparedness, public safety and Project Westin. controversial.

Lober, who represents District 2 on the Brevard County Commission, clarified the details of the Westin Project and what was presented to the Brevard County Commission.

The latest proposal seen by the tourism board involves the allocation of a local option tourism tax to the proposed new Westin hotel in Cocoa Beach to help fund the project.

The proposal is supported by many local lobbyists who are asking county commissioners for more than $ 75 million to be used from the future tourism tax generated by the proposed hotel to pay off the debt and the construction of the hotel property. upscale, which is currently the International Palmiers.

The next meeting of the Brevard departmental committee is set for tonight at 5 p.m.

AGENDA OF MEETINGS – JANUARY 11, 2022

A. CALL TO ORDER 5:00 PM
B. INTENTIONALLY OMITTED
C. OATH OF ALLEGIANCE: Commissioner John Tobia, District 3
D. MINUTES FOR APPROVAL:
E. RESOLUTIONS, AWARDS AND PRESENTATIONS
F. CONSENT AGENDA (The entire consent agenda will be adopted in one motion for
include everything in section F.)
Development and Environmental Services Group
Management of natural resources
F.1. Save Our Indian River Lagoon Contract – Melbourne Tillman Water Control
District Aquatic Vegetation Mechanical Harvest Project (Districts 3 and 5)
Public works department
F.2. Approval, Re: Deed of Guarantee and Deed of Sale of The Viera Company for
Transportation to support the W31 Lift Station, Sendero Cove and Sierra Cove in Addison
Village Phases 4 and 5- District 4.
Community Service Group
Parks and Recreation Department
F.3. Approval of the City of Melbourne’s request to rename Lipscomb Street Regional
Park to the Eddie Lee Taylor, Sr. Community Complex – District 3
Public security group
Firefighters
F.4. Subject: Approval to extend a 90-day space use agreement with Merritt Island
Volunteer fire service.
Support Services Group
Budget
F.5. Approval, Subject: Budget modification request
Computer science
F.6. Review of Board Policy BCC-32, Acceptable Use of Technological Resources
Administrative Services Group
Various
F.7. Appointment (s) / Renewal (s)
F.8. Invoice file – Travel request for court administration
G. PUBLIC COMMENTS
H. PUBLIC HEARINGS
H.1. DeRosa Holdings, LLC (Bruce Moia) requests an amendment to an existing BDP in a
Zoning classification RU-2-12. (21PZ00059) (Tax bill 2534267) (District 2)
H.2. Creation of the draft chapter 46, article XI, Landscape irrigation, relating to watering
Schedules in accordance with the standard ordinance of the Saint John River water management district
– First public hearing – the second is scheduled for January 25, 2022.
H.3. Petition to Evacuate, Re: Utilities and Drainage Easements – 110 Silver Hill Lane – “Silver
Hill Subdivision ”Plat Book 35, Page 54 – Cocoa – Richard Joseph and Jennifer L. Rasor –
Ward 1
I. UNFINISHED MATTER
I.1 Board Discussion: Malabar Brushing Sanctuary
J. NEW BUSINESS
Various
J.1. Call for the adoption of the towing rate resolution establishing new towing rates.
Additions
K. PUBLIC COMMENTS
L. BOARD REPORTS
L.1. Frank Abbate, County Director
L.2. Abigail Jorandby, County Attorney
L.3. Rita Pritchett, District 1 Commissioner
L.4. Bryan Lober, District 2 Commissioner
L.5. John Tobia, District 3 Commissioner
L.6. Curt Smith, District 4 Commissioner, Vice President
L.7. Kristine Zonka, District 5 Commissioner, President

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