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• <br />• <br />• <br />RESOLUTION NO. 2003 - 137 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF <br />INDIAN RIVER COUNTY AUTHORIZING THE AMENDMENT OF A <br />PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION JOPNT PARTICIPATION AGREEMENT <br />WITH THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. <br />WHEREAS, the Indian River County - Council on Aging, the County's designated transit <br />service provider. has applied for and been allocated state mass transit capital assistance under FDOT <br />Procedure number 725-030-005. also known as the Service Development Grant Program, and <br />WHEREAS, Indian River County, as the designated recipient of federal and state public <br />transportation funding, must be the recipient of those funds on behalf of the Indian River County - <br />Council on Aging; and <br />WHEREAS. Indian River County is eligible to receive grant funding under Section <br />341.052(1), Florida Statutes, and under 49 USC Ch. 53, Section 5307 and 49 USC 1614; and <br />WHEREAS, the Florida Department of Transportation provides Service Development Grant <br />funds to Indian River County to assist in the continuance and expansion of local public transportation <br />services. <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE INDIAN RIVER COUNTY BOARD OF <br />COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: <br />1. That the Chairman of the Indian River County Board of County Commissioners is authorized <br />to execute an amendment to the public transportation Joint Participation Agreement with the <br />Florida Department of Transportation to obtain $40,000 in FY 2002/03 state Service <br />Development Grant (DS) funds, to be matched with $40,000 in Council on Aging funds, for <br />capital assistance as part of the County's ongoing public transportation service. <br />2. That the Indian River County Community Development Director is authorized to furnish <br />such additional information as the Florida Department of Transportation may require in <br />connection with the County's Service Development Grant . <br />THIS RESOLUTION was offered by Commissioner Adams who moved <br />its adoption. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Gi nn , and upon <br />being put to a vote, the vote was as follows: <br />Chairman Kenneth R. Macht Aye <br />Vice -Chairman Caroline D. Ginn Aye <br />Commissioner Fran B. Adams Aye <br />Commissioner Thomas S. Lowther Aye <br />Commissioner Arthur T. Neuberger AyP <br />