NOTICE IS GIVEN that a meetings will be held before the following Committees on the
dates stipulated below in the Commission Chambers, located on the Second Floor, of
the Stephen P. Clark Center, 111 NW First Street, Miami, Florida, 33128.
Interested parties may:
1. view a live broadcast of the committee meeting, or speak, where permissible,
in the lobby of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center, located on the
first floor;
2. view a live broadcast on Miami-Dade Television;
3. view a live webcast at
4. after the meeting, view an archived copy of the meeting at or

5. if you are deaf or hard of hearing, you may join the meeting using Florida
Relay Service by dialing 711 on your telephone.
Members of the public in attendance shall wear facial coverings and observe
social distancing requirements in accordance with applicable law.
Among other matters to be considered, a public hearing will be held on the following
proposed ordinances:
Housing, Social Services and Economic Development ("HSSED") Committee
Meeting - Monday, December 7, 2020, at 9:30 a.m.
• Ordinance relating to Small Business Enterprise Programs; amending sections
2-, 2-, 2-8.5.1, 2-8.5.2, 2-10.4.01, and 10-33.02 of the
Code; requiring the County Mayor or County Mayor's designee to confirm any
applicable bid preference eligibility as part of the responsibility check prior to
an award recommendation; making technical changes
• Ordinance relating to the Dr. Antonio Jorge Social And Economic Development
Council ("SEDC"); amending section 2-1445 of the Code; providing that the
SEDC shall be under the purview of the Board of County Commissioners
rather than the Mayor; directing the Mayor to amend the Fiscal Year 20202021 Budget to include staff support for the SEDC in the Budget and Table of
Organization of a certain office of the Board of County Commissioners
• Ordinance relating to the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board; amending section
2-532 of the Code; revising the composition and terms of office for members
of the Hispanic Affairs Advisory Board; repealing provisions relating to the
Nominating Committee and vacancies on the Advisory Board; making
technical changes
Infrastructure and Capital Improvements ("ICI") Committee Meeting - Tuesday,
December 8, 2020, at 2:00 p.m
• Ordinance relating to regulation of fertilizer; creating Chapter 1BC of the
Code; regulating fertilizer application and usage in the incorporated and
unincorporated areas; adopting the Florida department of environmental
protection's model Ordinance for Florida-friendly fertilizer use for urban
landscapes; providing for additional and more stringent standards than the
model Ordinance, including an annual period during which fertilizer application
generally would be prohibited and limitations on nitrogen and phosphorus;
providing enforcement authority to department Director; amending section
BCC of the Code; providing for enforcement by civil penalty; directing the
County Mayor or County Mayor's designee to conduct an educational campaign
• Ordinance relating to Zoning; amending section 33-310 of the Code;
reducing notice and hearing requirements before zoning action; requiring
additional information to be provided in notices; deleting requirement to
provide a layman's notice; providing that posted notice is a courtesy rather
than a required notice; reducing times for publication, mailing, and posting
of notices; reducing radius distances for mailed notice; providing criteria
for director determinations relating to notices; revising requirements for
department staff to show compliance with notice requirements; deleting
obsolete provision regarding the scope of judicial review based on notices;
making clarifying and technical changes
• Ordinance relating to Zoning in the unincorporated area; amending sections
33-1 and 33-20 of the Code of Miami-Dade County, Florida; defining self­
service car air vacuum; authorizing self-service car air vacuums in connection
with multi-family residential developments in certain zoning districts under
certain conditions
• Ordinance relating to land use; amending sections 2-105 and 2-116.1 of
the Code; conforming Code provisions to changes in State Law; repealing
procedures related to "Essentially Built Out" agreements and substantial
deviation determinations for comprehensive plan amendment with concurrent
modification of approved development of regional impact; amending Article
XXXVI of Chapter 33; repealing process related to substantial deviation and
"Essentially Built Out" determinations for developments of regional impact;
making conforming changes to process and voting requirements based on
such repeal; repealing procedure for requesting amendments to Zoning Code
from Community Zoning Appeals Board; amending sections 33E-14, 33H-14,
331-7, and 33J-8; revising exemptions from certain impact fees relating to
developments of regional impact; making technical changes
Transportation and Finance ("TAF'') Committee Meeting - Wednesday,
December 9, 2020, at 2:00 p.m.
• Ordinance relating to the Fixed-Guideway Rapid Transit System-Development
Zone in the incorporated and unincorporated areas; amending Chapter 33C
of the Code; revising legislative intent, findings, and purpose of Chapter
33C; providing for expansion of the Rapid Transit Zone (RTZ) to include
existing Metromover corridor and stations and certain adjacent or nearby
properties; clarifying County jurisdiction over lands within RTZ; creating
the Rapid Transit Zone Zoning District and assigning to the RTZ district all
land use approvals granted pursuant to Chapter 33C as of a certain date;
revising regulations pertaining to effect of addition to RTZ on pending
applications, existing zoning district regulations, and non-conforming
lots, uses, and structures; revising membership of and procedures for
rapid transit developmental impact committee; creating the Metromover
subzone; incorporating by reference the uses, standards, and procedures
for approval of applications from existing subzones and applying them to
the Metromover subzone; amending section 33-314; providing for Board of
County Commissioners jurisdiction over applications relating to RTZ district;
renumbering sections and making other technical changes
All interested parties may appear and be heard at the time and place specified.
A person who decides to appeal any decision made by any board, agency, or
commission with respect to any matter considered at its meeting or hearing,
will need a record of the proceedings. Such persons may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings is made, including the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
Miami-Dade County provides equal access and equal opportunity in its
programs, services and activities and does not discriminate on the basis of
disability. To request materials in accessible format, a sign language interpreter,
and/or any other accommodation to participate in any County-sponsored
program or meeting, please contact (305) 375-2035 or send an email to in advance of the meeting to initiate your request.
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