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City of Homestead
Council Agenda Report

Item Number r

150J

AGENDA ITEM INFORMATION

2015
O9

Meeting

Special Call

Meeting Date

Department

City Clerk

Department Head

Elizabeth Sewell

Item Type

Resolution

Author

Elizabeth Sewell

Title

Charter Amendment Petition Special Election

Requested Action

Approval of Resolution

on to adapt the attached Resolution calling a charter amendment special election for mail
t election on August 28 2015 pursuant to the Petition of Electors which was certified on
5 2015 by the County Supervisor of Elections as having the signature of 10 of the City
s

Recommendation

was a total of 430


23 registered voters within the City at the time the petition
ation process began Accordingly 2
343 signatures of electors were required

BACKGROUND AND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION


Background Information

Exhibit Attachment
s

Exhibit Description
s 1
2

Memorandum

Resolution Calling Special Election


f

Special Elections Costs Estimate

Petition Signature Certification Summary

Blank Petition

COH Request for Verification of Petitions

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Item Number

FUNDING INFO RMATION

Finance Approval

Approved Carlos M Perez 06


15
05

1 Account Name Professional Services Election Costs


00
720
70

Amount

00
720
70

Total Approved Amount

Account Number

001 0400 512 33 0 S

Current Balance

00
800
96

Account Name

Account Number

Amount

Current Balance
I

3 Account Name L

Account Number
Current Balance

Amount

PROCUREMENT SECTION

2015 Reference Number


5
6

Received Date

Bids Solicited

Transaction Type

Received

Vendor Name and Information

Details

Procurement Amount
Procurement Notes

item does not require the Procurement process

Review Committee Members

2015 Completed By
5
6

Completed Date

Jerry Estrada M
A
P

REVIEW APPROVALS

1 Initials JE 7 Additional Approvals

Fleet

Not Applicable

Risk
HR

Not Applicable

Initials

PMT

ITS

Not Applicable

Initials

JE

This unbudgeted item will require a budget amendment


available funds in 001 0400 512 3305 had been

J for cost to be incurred for the Primary Election in


2015

Legal Review

David Wolpin

Legal Date

2015
3
6

Director Authorization

Elizabeth Sewell

Director Date

2015
5
6

Item Status

City Manager Authorization


Date Created

20111
6
5
57 AM

Last Modified

Open

2015 15
5
6
01 PM
5

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To

Honorable Mayor and Council


City of Homestead Florida

From

Elizabeth Sewell City Clerk

Date

June 9 2015

Re

Charter Amendment Petition Special Election

The Miami Dade County Charter requires that the City Council place the proposed City
Charter amendments before the electors of the City within 120 days for approval or rejection
The County Supervisor of Elections selected August 28 2015 and the mail ballot method

of voting as compatible with its ongoing re precincting process


The attached Resolution was drafted by the City Attorney in accordance with the Miami

Dade County Charter Section 6


03 City Charter Section 7
01 and City Code Section 1017 c and
contains the ballot question and charter text amendment as set forth in the Petition of Electors

The Resolution meets the City Council obligation of presenting the proposed Charter

amendments to the City


s electors for approval or rejection
A blank copy of the circulated Petition form is attached for informational purposes along
with the Petition Signature Certification summary of the Miami Dade County Supervisor of
Elections

CAR 1503

Exhibit 1

CITY OF HOMESTEAD FLORIDA


RESOLUTION NO R2015

A RESOLUTION

CITY

OF

OF THE CITY COUNCIL

HOMESTEAD

SPECIAL ELECTION

ON

FLORIDA
PROPOSED

OF THE

CALLING

AMENDMENTS

TO THE CITY CHARTER PURSUANT TO CHARTER


AMENDMENT PETITION OF ELECTORS PROPOSING
AMENDMENT

TO

CHARTER

SECTIONS

03
2

ELECTION TERM OF OFFICE SEATS AND TERM


LIMITS AT SUBSECTION D TERM LIMITS
SECTION 3
03 PROHIBITIONS AT SUBSECTION C
HOLDING OTHER OFFICE

DISCRIMINATION

AND SECTION 8
05

NO

TO BE HELD ON THE 28th DAY

OF AUGUST 2015 PROVIDING FOR SUBMISSION TO


THE ELECTORS FOR APPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL
OF THE PROPOSED CHARTER AMENDMENTS WHICH

RESULTED FROM

THE PETITION

OF ELECTORS

PROVIDING FOR REQUISITE BALLOT LANGUAGE


PROVIDING

FOR

MAIL

BALLOT

ELECTION

PROVIDING FOR NOTICE PROVIDING FOR RELATED


FOR
PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY
MATTERS
PROVIDING FOR EFFECTIVE DATE

WHEREAS pursuant to Miami Dade County Charter Section 6


03

City Charter

Section 7
01 and City Code Section 1017
c the City Council has received a petition the
Petition

of electors of the City to amend the City Charter the

Charter amendments

which Petition was certified on the 5 day of June 2015 by the Miami Dade County
Supervisor of Elections as having the requisite signature of 10

of the electors of the City

WHEREAS pursuant to City Charter Section 7


01 City Code Section 1017
c and

Section 6
03 of the MiamiDade County Charter the City Council is required to submit the
Charter amendments to the electors of the City for approval or rejection and

WHEREAS the Miami Dade County Supervisor of Elections Office has advised that

CAR 1503

Exhibit 2

the County election system is scheduled to undergo an election precinct boundary review and
revision process from June to September 2015 which will temporarily curtail its ability to
conduct elections but has arranged to set aside and approve Friday August 28 2015 as the
authorized date for the Charter amendment special election to be conducted by mail ballot as

authorized by applicable law


NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE
CITY OF HOMESTEAD FLORIDA AS FOLLOWS

Section 1 Recitals Adopted That each of the above stated recitals is hereby

adopted and confirmed


Section 2

Charter Amendments

That as provided by Section 8 below and

pursuant to Section 1017


c of the City Code the City Charter of the City of Homestead
Florida is hereby amended by amending Section 2
03 Election term of office seats and
term limits at subsection d Term limits

Section 3
03 Prohibitions at subsection c

Holding other office and Section 8


05 No discrimination to read as follows I
Sec 2
03

Election term of office seats and term limits

Election and Term of Office At each general municipal election three Council

Members shall be elected to a four year term of office The Mayor shall be elected
atlarge for a two year term of office

Seats Council Members shall serve in Seats numbered 1


6 described below

collectively Seats individually each is a Seat One Council Member shall be


elected to each Seat At the time of qualification each candidate for Council shall
designate the specific numbered Seat for which s
he is running
c

Residential Areas The City shall be divided into six residential areas individually
so as to establish
each is a Residential Area collectively Residential Areas
geographic area residency requirements for all parts of the City One Council

1 Proposed additions to existing City Charter text are shown by underlining proposed deletions from existing
City Charter text are shown by stcil
etheeagh
2

CAR 1503

Exhibit 2

Member shall be elected to a Seat from each Residential Area If no candidate

meeting the residency requirement specified above qualifies to run for a particular

Seat a candidate living anywhere in the City may run for that Seat A contingent
candidate qualifying procedure shall be provided for such circumstance pursuant to
Ordinance adopted under Section 2
04 of the Charter The Residential Areas

corresponding to each Seat are formally set forth in Ordinance 2006 1050 as
amended from time to time the Area Description From time to time but at least
one year immediately preceding the first day upon which a notice of candidacy may

be filed for any upcoming Council general election the Area Description may be
revised by ordinance adopted by the affirmative vote of at least five 5 members of
the council Such ordinance may revise the boundaries of the six Residential Areas
but shall not increase or decrease the number of Residential Areas unless such

increase or decrease in the number of Residential Areas is approved or ratified by an


adopted Charter amendment Notwithstanding the foregoing property annexed into

the City Annexed Property shall automatically and simultaneously be placed into
the contiguous Residential Area by operation of law and the Area Description
amended accordingly In the event that Annexed Property is contiguous to more than
one Residential Area the Council shall by ordinance determine within which
Residential Area the Annexed Property shall be placed
d

Terms limits Beginning with the terms served commencing in 2003 no person shall
serve more than twelve 12 consecutive years in the office of Council Member or
eight 8 consecutive years in the office of Mayor Service will be deemed
consecutive unless there is a twoyear period during which the individual does not
serve as Council Member or Mayor Break In Service
Any person serving the
maximum amount of years as Mayor must have a two year Break In Service before
serving as Council Member Any person serving the maximum amount of years as
Council Member must have a twoyear Break In Service before serving as Mayor
For the purposes of computing the years of service time served by a present Council
Member or the Mayer for any twoyear term of office why eemmeneed prier to
2OW shall not be counted No candidate may run for either the office of Mayor or
Council Member when if elected the person would exceed the limitations set forth
in this paragraph by any length of time taking into account the full regular term for
the office sought
See 3
03

Prohibitions

Appointments and removals Neither the Council nor any of its members shall in any
manner dictate the appointment or removal of any City employees whom the
Manager or any of hisher subordinates is empowered to appoint The Council may
express its views and fully and freely discuss with the Manager matters pertaining to
appointment and removal of such employees

CAR 1503

Exhibit 2

Interference with administration Except for the purpose of inquiries and


investigations made in good faith the Council or its members shall deal with City
employees who are subject to the direction and supervision of the Manager solely
through the Manager and neither the Council nor its members shall give orders to

any such employee either publicly or privately It is the express intent of this
Charter that recommendations for improvement in City government operations by
individual Council Members be made solely to and through the Manager Council

Members may discuss with the Manager any matter of City business however no
individual Council Member shall instruct the Manager to act or refrain from acting
c

Holding other office No person shall hold any appointive City office or
employment while serving as a Council Member This shall not preclude Council
Members from serving on City boards in their exofficio capacity by virtue of their
Council office No former Council Member shall hold any compensated appointive
City office or employment until ene year three years after leaving Council office
Sec 8
05

No discrimination

The City shall not adopt any ordinance resolution measure or policy or otherwise
discriminate against any person due to race religion color national origin physical or mental

disability creed honorably discharged veteran status U


S Military status or gender
Section 3 Election Called That a mail ballot special election is hereby called to be

held on Friday the 28 day of August 2015 to present to the qualified electors of the City of
Homestead the ballot question provided in Section 4 of this Resolution
Section 4 Form of Ballot That the form of ballot for the Charter amendments

provided for in Section 2 of this Resolution shall be substantially as follows


Prohibit Discrimination Against Current And Former Members Of The Military
Increase Employment Restrictions Term Limits
It is proposed that the City Charter be amended to insure the City not discriminate based on
honorable veteran discharge status or U
S Military status to increase the prohibition on
holding any compensated appointed City office or employment from one to three years after
completion of Council service and to adjust the calculation of Councilmember term limits to
not count previously served two year terms of office
Shall the foregoing Charter amendments be adopted
Yes
No
CAR 1503

Exhibit 2

Section 5 Balloting That mail ballots as prescribed by Section 101


6101 101
6107
Florida Statutes shall be used in this special election

All qualified City electors who are

timely registered in accordance with law shall be entitled to vote The City Clerk is authorized
to obtain any necessary election administration services from the County Supervisor of
Elections

The County registration books shall remain open at the Office of the County

Supervisor of Elections until the date at which the registration books shall close in accordance
with the provisions of the general election laws The City Clerk and the County Supervisor of
Elections are each hereby authorized to take all appropriate action necessary to carry into
effect and accomplish the provisions of this Resolution

This mail ballot election shall be

canvassed by the County Canvassing Board or as required by law

Section 6 Notice of Election That notice of said election shall be published in

accordance with Section 100


342 Fla Stat in a newspaper of general circulation within the
City at least 30 days prior to said election the first publication to be in the fifth week prior to
the election and the second publication to be in the third week prior to the election and shall

be in substantially the following form

NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION


PUBLIC NOTICE IS

HEREBY GIVEN THAT

PURSUANT TO THE PETITION OF ELECTORS


AND RESOLUTION NO 2015

ADOPTED

BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF

HOMESTEAD
ELECTION

FLORIDA

HAS

BEEN

SPECIAL

CALLED

AND

ORDERED TO BE HELD WITHIN THE CITY

ON FRIDAY THE 28TH DAY OF AUGUST


2015 BY MAIL BALLOT AT WHICH TIME
5

CAR 1503

Exhibit 2

THE FOLLOWING

CHARTER AMENDMENT

PROPOSAL SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE

QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE CITY FOR


APPROVAL OR REJECTION

Prohibit Discrimination Against Current And


Former Members Of The Military Increase
Employment Restrictions Term Limits
It is proposed that the City Charter be amended to
insure the City not discriminate based on honorable

veteran discharge status or U


S Military status to
increase

the prohibition
on holding any
compensated appointed City office or employment
from one to three years after completion of Council
service and to adjust the calculation of
Councilmember term limits to not count previously
served two year terms of office
Shall the
adopted

foregoing

Charter

text

the

amendments

be

Yes
No

The

full

of

proposed

Charter

Amendments as set forth in the Petition and the

enabling Resolution are available at the office of


the City Clerk located at 650 N
E 22 Terrace

Homestead Florida 33033

CITY CLERK
Section

Copies

That copies of this Resolution concerning the Charter

Amendment are on file at the office of the City Clerk located at 650 N
E 22 Terrace

Homestead Florida 33033 and are available for public inspection during regular business
hours

CAR 1503

Exhibit 2

Section 8 Effectiveness
A

That the Charter amendments which are provided for in Section 2 above and

are presented by ballot summary in Section 4 above shall become effective only if the
majority of the qualified electors voting on the Charter amendments vote for its adoption and

it shall be considered adopted and effective immediately upon certification of election results
and shall be applicable from and after the date of the Charter amendment election which is set
forth above
B

That following the adoption of the Charter amendments the City Clerk shall file

the adopted Charter amendments with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of MiamiDade County
Florida

Section 9

Inclusion in the Charter

That subject to the requirements of Section 8

above it is the intent of the City Council and it is hereby provided that the Charter

amendments shall become and be made a part of the Charter of the City of Homestead
Florida and that the sections of this Resolution may be renumbered or re lettered to
accomplish such intention

Section 10 Severability That the provisions of the Charter amendments set forth
above are severable

and if any clause sentence paragraph or section thereof is adjudged

invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction the remaining provisions shall continue to be
effective to the fullest extent possible
Section 11

Effective

Date

That

this

Resolution

shall

become

effective

CAR 1503

Exhibit 2

immediately upon adoption

PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS

day of June 2015

JEFF PORTER

Mayor
ATTEST

ELIZABETH SEWELL MMC

City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGAL SUFFICIENCY

WEISS SEROTA HELFMAN COLE

BIERMAN P
L

City Attorney

Motion to adopt by

seconded by

Mayor Jeff Porter


Vice Mayor Stephen R Shelley
Councilwoman Patricia Fairclough
Councilman Elvis Maldonado

Councilman Jon Burgess


Councilwoman Judy Waldman
Councilman Jimmie L Williams 111

CAR 1503

Exhibit 2

Penelope Townsley
Date

2015
5
6

Time

05 AM
11

Petition Id

Miami Dade County FL

Supervisor of Elections

Petition Status Report


District

Petition Short Description

Date Petition

Petition
Number

Opened
CM01

CYD

Homestead Military Discrimination


Signatures

Sigs

Unchecked

Claimed

checked

Signatures

Signatures
Required

13

Valid

Sigs

02March 2015
Rejected
Sigs
including

582

Duplicate
Sigs

Duplicates
Batch

315
1

315
1

047
1

268

28

Batch

448

448

288

160

13

346

346

236

130

12

86

15

Batch
Batch

374

374

288

Batch

65

65

49

16

Batch

597

597

342

255

53

Batch

67

67

53

14

Batch

65

65

49

16

277
3

277
3

352
2

925

132

277
3

277
3

25
9

132

Grand Total

Congressional District
Batch
Number

26

Total

27

835

212

047
1

190

98

288

194

42

236

210

78

288

24

25

49

242

100

342

49

53

26

23

49

770
1

582

352
2

Total

CAR

1503

Exhibit 3

PETITION TO AMEND THE CHARTER OF THE CITY OF HOMESTEAD

WE THE UNDERSIGNED registered voters of the City of Homestead Florida do hereby present this petition to
amend the City Charter of the City of Homestead and request that the following charter amendment question and
corresponding charter text amendment located on the reverse side of this page be submitted to the registered

voters of the City of Homestead


Prohibit Discrimination against current and former members of the Military Increase Employment Restrictions Term
Limits

It is proposed that the City Charter be amended to insure the City not discriminate based on honorable veteran

discharge status or U
S Military status to increase the prohibition on holding any compensated appointed City office
or employment from one to three years after completion
of Council service and to adjust the calculation of
Councilmember term limits to not count previously served two year terms of office
Yes

Shall the foregoing Charter amendments be adopted

No

Residence Address
DirecciSn de so domicilio

Print Name

Escriba su nombre en letra imprenta


Ekri non an gwo Iet

Andres kay

Check if change of address


Marque aqui si cambi6 de direcci6n

DateFecha
Dat

Make si se chaniman adri


s

Date of Birth or voter registration


Fecha de nacimiento o nitmero de inscripcibn
Dat ncsans oswa nimewo enskripsyon

Signature
Firma

Siyati

STATEMENT OF CIRCULATOR

I print name

residing at Residence address

am the circulator of the forgoing document containing one petition signature obtained on
the date of

I personally circulated this petition witnessed this signature as it was being written and to the

best of my belief and information the signature is the genuine signature ofthe person whose name it purports to be and
that the signor had an opportunity to read the full text of the proposed charter amendment 1 certify to the truthfulness
and the correctness of this statement as set forth herein under the penalty ofperjury under the laws ofthe State ofFlorida
on this date
and at this notary location
Signature of Circulator

STATEMENT OF NOTARY

STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF MIAMI DADE

Sworn to or affirmed and subscribed before me this


day of
2015 by
who is personally known
OR produced the following type of identification
Notary Seal
Signature of Notary PublicState of Florida
Name of Notary Typed Printed or Stamped
CAR 1503

Exhibit 4

PROPOSED CHARTER TEXT AMENDMENT

Sec 2
03

Election term of office seats and term limits

Election and Term of Office At each general municipal election three Council Members shall be elected to a four year tern of office The
Mayor shall be elected atlarge for a two year term of office

b Seats Council Members shall serve in Seats numbered 1


6 described below collectively Seats

individually each is a Seat One

Council Member shall be elected to each Seat At the time of qualification each candidate for Council shall designate the specific
numbered Seat for which she is running

Residential Areas The City shall be divided into six residential areas individually each is a Residential Area collectively Residential
Areas so as to establish geographic area residency requirements for all parts of the City One Council Member shall be elected to a Seat
from each Residential Area If no candidate meeting the residency requirement specified above qualifies to run for a particular Seat a
candidate living anywhere in the City may run for that Seat A contingent candidate qualifying procedure shall be provided for such
circumstance pursuant to Ordinance adopted under Section 2
04 of the Charter The Residential Areas corresponding to each Seat are
formally set forth in Ordinance 2006 1050 as amended from time to time the Area Description From time to time but at least one year
immediately preceding the first day upon which a notice of candidacy may be filed for any upcoming Council general election the Area
Description may be revised by ordinance adopted by the affirmative vote of at least five 5 members of the council Such ordinance may
revise the boundaries of the six Residential Areas but shall not increase or decrease the number of Residential Areas unless such increase

or decrease in the number of Residential Areas is approved or ratified by an adopted Charter amendment Notwithstanding the foregoing
property annexed into the City Annexed Property shall automatically and simultaneously be placed into the contiguous Residential Area
by operation of law and the Area Description amended accordingly In the event that Annexed Property is contiguous to more than one
Residential Area the Council shall by ordinance determine within which Residential Area the Annexed Property shall be placed

Terms limits Beginning with the terms served commencing in 2003 no person shall serve more than twelve 12 consecutive yews in the
office of Council Member or eight 8 consecutive years in the office of Mayor Service will be deemed consecutive unless there is a two
year period during which the individual does not serve as Council Member or Mayor Break In Service Any person serving the
maximum amount of years as Mayor must have a two year Break In Service before serving as Council Member Any person serving the
maximum amount of years as Council Member must have a two
year Break In Service before serving as Mayor For the purposes of
computing the years of service time served by a present Council Member eFthe May for any twoyear term of office Whieh eammeneed
prieeto 2004 shall not be counted No candidate may run for either the office of Mayor or Council Member when if elected the person
would exceed the limitations set forth in this paragraph by any length of time taking into account the full regular term for the office sought

Il

Sec 3
03

Prohibitions

Appointments and removals Neither the Council nor any of its members shall in any manner dictate the appointment or
removal of any City employees whom the Manager or any of hisher subordinates is empowered to appoint The Council
may express its views and fully and freely discuss with the Manager matters pertaining to appointment and removal of such
employees

Interference with administration Except for the purpose of inquiries and investigations made in good faith the Council or its
members shall deal with City employees who are subject to the direction and supervision of the Manager solely through the
Manager and neither the Council nor its members shall give orders to any such employee either publicly or privately It is
the express intent ofthis Charter that recommendations for improvement in City government operations by individual
Council Members be made solely to and through the Manager Council Members may discuss with the Manager any matter
of City business however no individual Council Member shall instruct the Manager to act or refrain from acting
Holding other office No person shall hold any appointive City office or employment while serving as a Council Member

This shall not preclude Council Members from serving on City boards in their exofficio capacity by virtue of their Council
office No former Council Member shall hold any compensated appointive City office or employment until ane yeae three
years after leaving Council office
III

Sec 8
05

No discrimination

The City shall not adopt any ordinance resolution measure or policy or otherwise discriminate against any person due to race religion color
national origin physical or mental disability creed honorably discharged veteran status U
S Military status or gender
IV

Severabillty Intended The provisions of the charter amendments set forth above are severable and if any clause sentence paragraph
or section thereof is adjudged invalid by any court ofcompetent jurisdiction the remaining provisions shall continue to be effective to
the fullest extent possible

CAR 1503

Exhibit 4

May 6 2015

Rosy Pastrana
MiamiDade Elections Department
2700 NW 87 Avenue

V
0
5

Miami FL 33172
RE

Jeff Porter

Mayor

Stephen R Shelley

Verification of City of Homestead City Charter amendment petition


signatures Concerning Electors Petition to amend City Charter to Prohibit
Discrimination Against Current and Former Members of the Military Increase
Employment Restrictions Term Limits the Petition

Vice Mayor

Dear Ms Pastrana

Jon Burgess
Councilman

Patricia Fairclough
Councilwoman

Elvis R Maldonado
Councilman

Judy Waldman
Councilwoman

Jimmie L Williams III


Councilman

George Gretsas
City Manager

Enclosed are the original petition forms for the above described Petition of
electors This Petition was presented by Mark Goodrich for Moving Forward a
registered political committee which he serves on behalf of electors seeking to
amend the Charter of the City of Homestead Florida The City Charter under
Section 7
01 and City Code Section 1017 c provide for charter amendment
petitions such as this one to be processed pursuant to Miami Dade County
Charter Section 6
03 which is the controlling provision and requires the
verification of ten 10
percent of the valid signatures of City electors in order
for the Petition to be sufficient Please verify signatures in accordance with City
Charter Section 7
01 City Code Section 1017 c and Miami Dade County
Charter Section 6
03 We believe that you would follow the same process which
you used for the 2013 charter amendment petition conducted for the municipality
of Bal Harbour Village which likewise was controlled by Miami Dade County
Charter Section 6
03 and Sec 99
097 F
S

Please contact Mr Goodrich at 305 2444393 for the payment of any applicable
fees for the signature verification process

Please return the original Petition forms to us along with a certificate certifying
650 N
E 22 Terrace

Suite 100

Homestead FL 33033
3052244400

the number of valid signatures The number of valid signatures required is ten
percent of the registered voters in the City of Homestead Currently there are
430 registered voters therefore ten percent would be 2
23
343 signatures
Thank you for your assistance

com
cityofhomestead
www

Sincerely

Eliza

th Sewell MMC

City Clerk
City of Homestead Florida

CAR 1503

Exhibit 5

ESTIMATE
City of Homestead Special Election MailBallot
Elizabeth Sewell CMC

Estimate N

HO MB2015

City of Homestead

Estimate Date

June 5 2015

790 N Homestead Blvd

Homestead FL 33030

Registered Voters

597
26

Precincts

Polling Places

24
12

Personnel

999
2
18

Salaries 8 Fringe Benefits Overtime Poll Workers

Polling Places
Security Polling Place Rentals

Supplies and Services

617
8
43

Election Supplies Communication Charges

Trucks and Vehicles


Truck Rentals GSA Vehicles

20
958
17

Printing and Advertising


Absentee

Precinct Ballots Temporary Polling Place Change Notices Newspaper Ads

40
916
31

Postage
Absentee Ballots Temporary Polling Place Change Notices Letters

Ballot Creation

800
2
00

In House 8 Outside Contractual Services Translations Based on one question

Administrative Overhead

429
6
12

Indirect Costs Logic 8 Accuracy Post Election Audits


TOTAL

Please note these costs are estimates and are subject to change This estimate
does include the cost of ballot printing however if your questions
s
1race
creates an additional ballot nave the cost will be adjusted accordingly

For more information you may contact


Patricia Prochnicki

Deputy SOE Finance and Administration


Miami Dade Elections Department
2700 NW 87 Avenue

Miami Florida 33172

Office 305 4998568 Email bproch@miamidade


gov

CAR 1503

Exhibit 6