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File #: R-2018-069    Version: 1 Name: CIL Second Amendment
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 2/6/2018 In control: Community Development Division
On agenda: 3/7/2018 Final action: 3/7/2018
Title: A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Approving And Authorizing The Appropriate City Officials To Execute The Attached Second Amendment To The Agreement With The Center For Independent Living Of Broward, Inc. To Extend The Term Of The Agreement From April 1, 2018 To May 31, 2018 And Amending The Timetable/Schedule In Order To Provide Housing Rehabilitation Services To A Minimum Of Two Low- And Moderate-Income Disabled Homeowners In An Amount Not To Exceed $131,337.00 Through The Use Of Available State Housing Initiative Partnership Program Funds.
Attachments: 1. RESOCILSECONDAMENDMENT2018FINALFEB5 DOC.pdf, 2. SecondAmendmentCILAG2018FINALFEB5 DOC.pdf, 3. EXHIBIT C.pdf, 4. TermSheetCILSHIPHousingRehabADAProject2015FIRSTAMENDMENT2016.pdf, 5. BIS 18-104.pdf
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A Resolution Of The City Commission Of The City Of Hollywood, Florida, Approving And Authorizing The Appropriate City Officials To Execute The Attached Second Amendment To The Agreement With The Center For Independent Living Of Broward, Inc. To Extend The Term Of The Agreement From April 1, 2018 To May 31, 2018 And Amending The Timetable/Schedule In Order To Provide Housing Rehabilitation Services To A Minimum Of Two Low- And Moderate-Income Disabled Homeowners In An Amount Not To Exceed $131,337.00 Through The Use Of Available State Housing Initiative Partnership Program Funds.

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Staff Recommends: Approval of attached Resolution.

Explanation:
On May 6, 2015, the City Commission passed and adopted Resolution No. R-2015-101 approving The Center for Independent Living of Broward, Inc. ("CIL") as a sub-recipient of funding under the City's State Housing Initiatives Partnership ("SHIP") Program Special Needs/Barrier/Free Activities. CIL specializes in services to the special needs community, including those with developmental disabilities. The Agreement enabled the organization to provide housing rehabilitation services to persons with developmental disabilities and facilitated the City's compliance with applicable SHIP regulations. The Agreement was procured pursuant to Section 38.40(C)(8) of the City's Purchasing Ordinance (best interest exemption).

On March 16, 2016 the City Commission passed and adopted Resolution R-2016-058 authorizing the first amendment to the Agreement to extend the term to April 1, 2018. The original Agreement envisioned accomplishing two rehabilitation projects. One project has been completed and the second project is currently underway. Because of a change in the project's scope of work, additional time may be needed to complete the project. Staff recommends further amending the Agreement to extend the term sixty (60) days until May 31, 2018 and revise the timetable/schedule contained in the attached Exhibit "C". Suf...

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