1. Home
  2. /
  3. Clerk News

Changed Rule 2.420 of the Judicial Rules of Administration ordered by the Florida Supreme Court

Important notice for any filers of court records!  Beginning on July 1, 2021 the Levy Clerk’s Office will no longer identify confidential information in most circuit civil, county civil, and small claims court documents.  Filers will be solely responsible for ensuring any confidential information in these types of cases is appropriately redacted or identified for redaction by filing a Notice of Confidential Information.  This is in accordance with a change to Rule 2.420 of the Judicial Rules of Administration ordered by the Florida Supreme Court.

A video giving an overview of the changes can be found here.

Based on a recent Florida Supreme Court amendment to Florida Rule of Judicial Administration 2.420 regarding access to court records, “the clerk shall not be required to identify and designate information as confidential,” in circuit civil, county civil and small claims court documents.

Effective July 1, 2021, filers will be solely responsible for ensuring any confidential information contained in court records filed with the Clerk is appropriately identified for redaction in these kinds of cases.

Please review the changes to this rule and make sure that you and your staff are fully familiar with this rule change

beginning july 1, 2021, filers will be required to:

  • File a Notice of Confidential Information in small claims, county civil and most circuit civil cases when filing documents with Social Security numbers, bank account numbers, or other non-public information;
  • Identify the precise location(s) of confidential information within the document, including each page number on which it appears; and
  • Identify the type of confidential information or provision that applies to the identified information.

Where does this rule change apply?

  • Changes apply to small claims cases, county court civil cases, and most circuit court civil cases
  • Changes do not apply to family law cases, domestic violence cases, cases stemming from sexual abuse, risk protection orders, mental health cases, Jimmy Ryce civil commitments, and medical malpractice cases *
    * Clerks and filers will retain dual responsibility to identify confidential information in all other types of filings for family, criminal, juvenile and probate cases.

RESOURCES

Educational materials

  • Attorney Handout (Available Soon)
  • Legal Professional Handout (Available Soon)
  • Self-Represented Litigants Handout (Available Soon)

 

Holidays & Office Closures

The Eighth Judicial Circuit Recognizes Both Rom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah.

The following holidays will be observed by the Eighth Judicial Circuit for the Calendar Year 2021:

  • Labor Day, Monday, September 6, 2021
  • Rosh Hashanah, Tuesday, September 7, 2021 * (Court Only)
  • Yom Kippur, Thursday, September 16, 2021 * (Court-Only)
  • Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2021
  • Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 25, 2021
  • Friday After Thanksgiving, Friday, November 26, 2021
  • Christmas Eve, Thursday, December 23, 2021 **
  • Christmas Day (Observed), Friday, December 24, 2021

*Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, and Good Friday designated by Chief Judge,  per SCR Personnel Regulations. 

** Additional discretionary holiday chosed by Chief Judge, per SCR Personnel Regulation.

Full Approved Holiday List by Chief Judge

Full Approved Holiday List by LCBOCC

E-Notify for Court Case Notifications

Danny J. Shipp, Clerk & Comptroller
355 South Court Street
Bronson, FL 32621
Phone: 352-486-5266
Fax: 352-486-5166

Deanna Dobbins, Chief Deputy Clerk
355 South Court Street
Bronson, FL 32621
Phone: 352-486-5266
Fax: 352-486-5166

Jared Blanton, CPA, MBA. Finance Officer
355 South Court Street
Bronson, FL 32621
Phone: 352-486-5266
Fax: 352-486-5166

E-Notify for Court Case Notifications

E-Notify is a service that provides registered users with mobile text and/or e-mail reminders about upcoming court events. The service is available for anyone with a Felony, Misdemeanor or Criminal Traffic case(s). E-Notify is a collaboration between your local Clerk of Court and several of its strategic partners including the Florida Courts, the Florida Clerks of Court Operations Corporation (CCOC) and the Association of Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers (FCCC) and the Florida Legislature.

Sign Up for E-Notify Service

To learn more about the E-Notify service click on this link to watch an informative video on this process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F19y2ntgf2Q&feature=youtu.be

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I sign up for the E-Notify service?
Sign up by clicking on the link above and following the instructions. We advise you to watch the above video that provides important points on how to complete the process. Follow these steps to sign up:

  1. Create an account by filling out your name, email address, mobile phone number and password.
  2. Verify your email contact information by going to the Notification Settings and click on the email “Verify” button. After receiving an email, click on the “Activate Your Account” button in the email.
  3. Verify your mobile phone contact information by going to Notification Settings and click on the mobile number “Verify” button. After receiving the text message, you must enter the 5-digit pass code to validate your mobile phone number.
  4. You have the option to receive email notifications only, mobile phone texts alerts only or both.
  5. By default, you will receive notification reminders 14 days, 7 days and 1 day before court events.
  6. Click on “Case Search” to set up notifications for court events related to a case. You can search for a case in three ways
    1. Clerk Case Number
    2. Uniform Case Number
    3. Party Information
  7. Click on the appropriate county and enter the case number or defendant information. It is important to follow the directions exactly and include all numbers including all zeros, all letters and exclude all dashes and spaces. The case number will be provided by the court on the documents you received.
  8. Once you find the correct case, click on the “Add to My Cases” button.
  9. Confirm how you want to receive notifications and identify whether you are a party to the case or an interested party.

Why am I not receiving E-Notify alerts?
There are a number of possible reasons why you are not receiving notifications. Please watch the instructional video to ensure you have completed the entire process. You can also call our office for assistance.

When will I receive E-Notify alerts?
Unless you opt out, by default you will receive alerts 14 days, 7 days and 1 day before court events.

What types of cases can I receive notifications on?
Currently, there are three (3) types of non-juvenile criminal cases you can receive notifications on:

  • Felony cases
  • Misdemeanor cases
  • Criminal Traffic cases

Is there a cost for E-Notify?
There is no fee or cost to sign up for the E-Notify service but there may be message and/or data fees charged by your mobile provider depending on your mobile plan.

DISCLAIMER:
E-Notify is offered as a convenience only and does not guarantee receipt of notification due to a number of factors related to service availability, service outages, personal account issues and other factors outside of the control of E-Notify.

E-Notify is not an official communication of the clerks of Court and neither E-Notify nor the Clerk of Court are responsible for any missed hearings in the event that a notification is not received.

Users who experience technical difficulties or issues or require assistance regarding timely receipt of notifications can submit a service ticket under the “Report An Issue” tab on the E-Notify website.

If you are not receiving notifications as expected, please check your junk folder in your email and double check the notification preferences in your account.\

Message and data rates may apply.

Under Florida law, e-mail addresses are public records. If you do not want your e-mail address released in response to a public records request, do not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this office by phone or in writing.

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT: Eighth Judicial Circuit COVID-19 Update:

Administrative Order 11.36, Rescinding AO 11.29, Suspension of Certain Eviction and Mortgage Foreclose Actions, entered by Chief Judge Nilon on August 3, 2020. This order rescinds Administrative Order 11.29 (Suspension of Certain Eviction and Foreclosure Actions) and authorizes the presiding judge to determine the applicability of the Governor’s Executive Order 20-180 (Limited Extension of Mortgage Foreclosure and Eviction Relief) on a case-by-case basis. https://circuit8.org/wp-content/uploads/11.36-Rescinding-AO.11.29-Suspension-of-Certain-Eviction-and-Mortgage-Foreclosure-Actions.pdf

Levy County Launches Turbo Court!

The Levy County Clerk of Court has partnered with the Florida Association of Court Clerks & Comptrollers (FCCC) and a private vendor named TurboCourt to bring the citizens of Levy County a “Do-It-Yourself” Portal for completing forms for certain court case types.

Currently there are four case types that a citizen can complete using TurboCourt DIY Self Help forms. More case types will be available in the future. The links for each are below:

3 Easy Steps
Filing your own forms is easy! Click on the correct link above and follow the instructions. The three steps are:

  • Step 1 – Where to File
    • Select the county you want to file your paperwork in. If you live in Levy County you will want to choose “Levy” from the drop-down menu.
  • Step 2 – Sign Up / Log In
    • If you are a first-time user, you will need to create an account.
    • You will receive an email from TurboCourt with tips, links and tutorials.
  • Step 3 – Complete Forms
    • Answer the questions as prompted and TurboCourt will walk you through the process.
    • Print and file your forms.

Disclaimer

The Levy County Clerk of Court is not responsible for the TurboCourt website, its content or any errors that may be found on the website or the forms provided on the website.

If you have a question regarding the use of TurboCourt or the forms you have submitted, please call our office at 352-486-5266. 

BOCC Regular Meeting October 18, 2016

REGULAR MEETING

LEVY COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

OCTOBER 18, 2016

 

The Regular Meeting of the Board of Levy County Commissioners was held on October 18, 2016 at 9:00 A.M. in the Levy County Board of County Commissioners meeting room with the following Commissioners present:

 

Chairman John Meeks

Comm. Rock Meeks

Comm. Lilly Rooks

Comm. Mike Joyner

Also present were:

County Attorney – Anne Bast Brown
County Coordinator – Fred Moody

Danny J. Shipp – Clerk of Court

 

 

Chairman John Meeks called the Meeting to order at 9:00 A.M.  Comm. Rock Meeks gave the invocation, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

EXPENDITURES

Comm. Joyner made a motion to approve the following expenditures presented for payment.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

CHECK NUMBER 125321-125450
FUND        AMOUNT
GENERAL REVENUE 1,328,438.75
ROAD 48,387.16
SHIP 10,200.00
PAL LIBRARY 5,010.00
MOSQUITO CONTROL 169.66
TRANSPORTATION 13,314.37
COURT FACILITIES 415.17
EMS 28,436.23
FIRE 65,304.98
TOURIST DEVELOPMENT 4,114.51
UTILITIES 1,376.46
DRUG TASK FORCE 2,313.37
ADD COURT COSTS 254.33
LANDFILL 64.70
TOTAL   $ 1,507,799.69

 

MINUTES

The minutes for the Regular Board meeting held on August 16, 2016 were presented for Board approval.

Comm. Rock Meeks made a motion to approve the minutes for the Regular Board meeting held on August 16, 2016 with corrections/changes as stated.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Bill Henderson and Barney Bennette, Planning and Environmental Management Office

Mr. Bennette presented the Florida Department of Transportation’s county work program priorities to the Board.

Mr. Henderson spoke regarding a planned bridge replacement on CR339 and the possibility of re-aligning the road in the process.

 

PUBLIC HEARING – PLANNING

Shenley Neely, Planning

Request approval by Levy County Board of County Commissioners to recommend transmittal of the County’s proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, as recommended by the Levy County Planning Commission.

Ms. Neely requested Board approval to recommend transmittal of the County’s proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, as recommended by the Levy County Planning Commission.

Comm. Rooks requested language be added to page 6, Coastal Management Element, Infrastructure, on Policy 1.1 to add the word “drainage”.

Ms. Neely stated this could be added.

Comm. John Meeks asked if there was anyone in the audience wishing to speak regarding this item.

Those who spoke were:  Dana Sheffield.

Comm. Rooks made a motion to approve the transmittal of the County’s proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan with changes as stated.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

RUBIN ROTHSCHILD

  • Request to pave area in front of cluster of mail boxes. (North West 140th Street and 76th Avenue)

Mr. Rothschild requested paving in front of the cluster of mail boxes located at NW 140th Street and 76th Avenue.

Mr. Rothschild also requested improved grading and repair of potholes and ruts on NW 87th Avenue.

Comm. John Meeks stated the Road Department is working toward a solution for the problem with the area at the mail boxes and the road in question.

 

NATURE COAST BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

David Pieklik, Executive Director

Mr. Pieklik requested Board approval of a proposed letter of support of the upcoming legislative session for priorities endorsed by the North Florida Economic Development Partnership.  It was requested to confirm FAC, FLC, and other groups are on board with this, which was approved at the October 4, 2016 Board Meeting.

Comm. Joyner made a motion to approve the proposed letter of support as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

NON-AGENDA ITEM/PARKS & RECREATION

Comm. Rock Meeks made a motion to hear a non-agenda item.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

Matt Weldon spoke to the Board regarding quotes for repairs of the handicap ramp at the Big Dock in Cedar Key as a result of storm damage from Hermine.  The two (2) quotes received were from:

Billy Stanley Marine Products                         $6,500 (repair including materials and labor)

Gator Docks                                                    $7,040 (replacement of ramp, not installed)

Comm. Joyner made a motion to use Stanley Marine Products for repair of the handicap ramp at the Big Dock in Cedar Key as requested upon verification this vendor is properly licensed and insured.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

DEPARTMENT REPORTS

COUNTY COORDINATOR

Fred Moody

  • Request approval to waive tipping fees for City of Fanning Springs cleanup day October 22, 2016.

Mr. Moody requested Board approval for tipping fees to be waived for the City of Fanning Springs for their cleanup day scheduled for October 22, 2016.

Comm. Rock Meeks made a motion to approve waiving tipping fees as requested for the City of Fanning Springs.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

  • Request approval to declare attached County inventory surplus and dispose at auction October 29, 2016.

Mr. Moody requested Board approval to declare the list of County inventory surplus as provided and to dispose at the auction scheduled on October 29, 2016.

Comm. Joyner made a motion to approve the County inventory surplus list as presented.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

  • Request approval to write off water utility unpaid bills from 2014.

Mr. Moody requested Board approval to write off the unpaid water utility bills from 2014 in the amount of $1,050.96 for University Oaks and $307.70 for Manatee Utilities.

Comm. Rooks made a motion to Table this item.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner.  Discussion followed.

Comm. Rooks rescinded her motion and made a new motion to approve writing off the unpaid water utility bills from 2014 as presented with the amendment of checking into filing liens against those leaving their accounts unpaid.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

  • Request approval of revised 2017 County Holidays.

Mr. Moody presented and requested Board approval of the revised 2017 County Holidays list.

 

            New Year’s Day (observed)               Friday, January 1, 2017

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day               Monday, January 16, 2017

President’s Day                                   Monday, February 20, 2017

Good Friday                                        Friday, April 14, 2017

Memorial Day                                     Monday, May 29, 2017

Independence Day                              Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Labor Day                                           Monday, September 4, 2017

Veteran’s Day (observed)                  Friday, November 10, 2017

Thanksgiving                                      Thursday, November 23, 2017 &

Friday, November 24, 2017

Christmas                                           Monday, December 25, 2017 &

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

 

Comm. Joyner made a motion to approve the above holiday schedule as presented including the addition of President’s Day.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

There was discussion by the Commissioners regarding changing dates of some Regular meetings.  It was suggested to have one of the two meetings held each month to be an evening meeting and recommendations would be brought back to present to the Board for consideration.

  • Request approval and signature of contract between Levy County Board of County Commissioners and Meridian.

Mr. Moody requested Board approval and signature on the contract between Levy County BOCC and Meridian for the fiscal year 2016/2017 in the amount of $75,000 to be distributed quarterly.

Comm. Joyner made a motion to approve the contract and signature with Meridian as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

ASSISTANT TO THE COUNTY COORDINATOR

Wilbur Dean requested Board approval of Resolution 2016-067 supporting the designation of the Suwannee River in Levy County, Florida as a National Water Trail.

Questions were asked by Comm. Rooks and answered by Ms. Sparks.  Comm. Rooks stated she was in favor of there being some Town meetings to hear community input before making a decision.

Ms. Sparks assured everyone this designation is for the sole purpose of adding the Suwannee River to the National Water Trail list and stated she would be glad to present this information to the public at a Town meeting.  Ms. Sparks agreed to work with Mr. Dean and Comm. Rooks to determine a date and time for a Town meeting.

Audience members speaking regarding this item were:  Toni Collins and Renate Cannon.

Mr. Dean introduced the applicant for the Levy County Extension Director and Livestock Agent position, Ed Jennings.  Dr. Eric Simone, UF Extension Agent also spoke to the Board and stated a 4-H Director had been recently hired, Genevive Mendoza.

Comm. Rock Meeks made a motion to accept Ed Jennings as the Levy County Ag. Extension Director and Livestock Agent.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

LANDFILL

Benny Jerrels, Director

Request approval of Resolution 2016-50, authorizing Chair to sign application for “Consolidated Small County Solid Waste Management Grant” and appointing the Director of Solid Waste as authorized representative under the grant.

Mr. Jerrels requested Board approval of Resolution 2016-50, authorizing the Chairman to sign the application for the “Consolidated Small County Solid Waste Management Grant” in the amount of $90,909.00 and appointing the Director of Solid Waste as authorized representative under the grant.  Mr. Jerrels stated this year’s grant is the same as last fiscal year.

Comm. Joyner made a motion to approve Resolution 2016-50 and to appoint the Director of Solid Waste as authorized representative as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

SHIP

  • Marlon Gayle requested Board approval of the Subordination Agreement for Edgardo and Luz Manalastas, SHIP Purchase Assistance, Case PA #417.

Comm. Rock Meeks made a motion to approve the Subordination Agreement on Case # PA 417 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

  • Marlon Gayle request Board approval of a Deferred Payment Loan Agreement for Saretta Appling, PA #538 for an existing unit in Williston, FL in the amount of $10,200.00.

Comm. Rock Meeks made a motion to approve the Deferred Payment Loan Agreement, PA# 538 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

PLANNING

Shenley Neely, Planning Director, requested Board approval to appoint Mr. Vaughn Lee as the Alternate Planning Commissioner for the Levy County Planning Commission, the County’s Local Planning Agency (LPA).

Comm. Joyner made a motion to approve Vaughn Lee as the Alternate Planning Commissioner for the Levy County Planning Commission as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

John MacDonald, Director

  • Mr. MacDonald requested Board approval of Emergency Declaration 2016-068 to rescind all hurricane Hermine Emergency Declarations.

Comm. Rooks made a motion to approve Emergency Declaration 2016-068 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

  • Mr. MacDonald requested Board approval to ratify Emergency Declaration 2016-069.

Comm. Rooks made a motion to ratify Emergency Declaration 2016-069 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

  • Mr. MacDonald requested Board approval of Emergency Declaration 2016-070 to rescind Hurricane Matthew Local State of Emergency Declaration 2016-069.

Comm. Rock Meeks made a motion to approve Emergency Declaration 2016-070 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

James Harrell, Director requested Board approval and the Chairman’s signature on the Levy County Department of Public Safety (EMS) Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (COPCN).  Mr. Harrell explained this certificate is necessary for renewal of the County Advanced Life Support (ALS) license renewal and to continue operating as an ALS provider.

Comm. Rooks made a motion to approve with the Chairman’s signature, the Levy County Department of Public Safety (EMS) Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

The meeting recessed at 10:57 A.M.

The meeting reconvened at 11:08 A.M.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT)

Daren Remington gave a summary of the proposal to have AT&T provide internet connections to all County Departments to be centralized at the courthouse which he would maintain.

Questions were asked by Comm. Joyner, Comm. Rooks and Comm. John Meeks concerning cost and accessibility.

Questions from members of the audience were asked by Toni Collins, Robert Jordan, Renate Cannon and Michael Whiting.

After discussion, it was requested for Mr. Remington to bring a full contract with attachments to Atty. Brown for review before they will consider approving.

 

COUNTY ATTORNEY

Anne Bast Brown presented and requested the Board consider accepting a settlement offer on Estate of Gaylia Kay McLeod of 50% of the bill of $1,143.79 for ambulance services.  She explained the Board has the option of accepting the offer, declining the offer, or making a counter offer for a larger settlement amount.

Comm. Joyner made a motion to counter offer at 75%.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

Audience member Robert Jordan spoke regarding this item.

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Renate Cannon requested clarification of the Clerk’s budget increase being done as a non-agenda item at the last budget meeting.

Mr. Shipp explained this was requested at the first budget meeting and was not voted on until the last meeting.

Toni Collins requested the meeting agendas be made available online by the Friday before each meeting.

Mayor Weiss announced the South Levy Marketplace will be celebrating its 1-year Anniversary this Saturday from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

Dana Sheffield gave updated information regarding the Fanning Springs City Council elections.

 

COMMISSIONERS’ REPORTS

Comm. Joyner announced the LARC Ride to Provide event will be this Saturday beginning at 8:00 A.M.  The Haven Hospice event is this Friday evening and the Morriston Baptist Church Fish Fry and Gospel Sing will be on Saturday afternoon beginning at 5:00 P.M.

Comm. Rooks stated she is still working on flood issues in the Cedar Key area.

Comm. Rock Meeks announced on Friday, October 21st & 22nd a Haunted House at the location of the Central Florida Electric Coop. building in Chiefland will open.  There will be a Trunk of Treat event in Chiefland on the 29th. A fund-raising horse ride in Goethe Forest benefiting Breast Cancer research will also take place Saturday, the 22nd.  Lunch is provided with registration and there will be raffles.

Comm. Rock Meeks announced on Friday, October 28th there will be a Retirement party for Sheila Rees at 2:00 P.M. at the First Baptist Church in Bronson.  The FFA Alumni Fish Fry will also be on the 28th beginning at 6:00 P.M. in Chiefland.

Comm. John Meeks announced the Kirby Farm “Lost Railroad” event begins this weekend in Williston and will run through Halloween.

 

 

THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS TO COME BEFORE THE COMMISSION, THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 12:27 P.M.

 

ATTEST:                                                                                    BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

LEVY COUNTY, FL

 

________________________________________                    ________________________________________

Clerk of Court, Danny J. Shipp                                                  Chairman, John Meeks

 

Windows Systems Administrator

We are looking for a Windows Systems Administrator to work in the Clerks office and other County offices. Below are the requirements:

 

Roles and Responsibilities:

Network configurations

• Ensure network connectivity throughout LAN/WAN infrastructure is on par with technical considerations

• Perform network address assignment to servers

• Assign configuration of authentication and authorization of directory services

Security Hardening

• Perform security hardening via group policies, local policies, scripting, etc.

• Distinguish between necessary security settings that would protect the system while insuring usability versus security settings to meet security compliance.

• Test and understand how security hardening could secure the system and/or adversely affect system performance

Operating System Support

• Support application owners with OS server related issues to include: security compliance, application compatibility, troubleshoot server issues relating to policy deployments or event errors, provide server build and deployment, troubleshooting, etc.

Hardware replacement/maintenance

• Distinguish between hardware/software issues.

• Monitor system health and determine if hardware needs to be replace via warranty or spare parts

• Effectively communicate with hardware technician and on-site personnel to replace or troubleshoot hardware issues

Active Directory Administration

• Provision user accounts and group permissions

• Develop group policies, understand inheritance, and order in which policies are applied

• Understand differences between log on, log off, startup, and shutdown scripts.

• Understand replication

• Understand FSMO roles

• Understanding LDAP and how to configure it for authentication for application logins

• Perform domain controller maintenance and overall domain health

• Troubleshooting domain related issues

SQL Administration

• Conduct troubleshooting of issues associated with supported SQL databases

• Create and maintain tables, queries, and stored procedures

• Manage database replication, backups, and maintenance

• Create and maintain reporting tools for all supported SQL databases

• General SQL server and database maintenance and administration

•Minimum 5 year’s System Administration experience with Windows Server 2003/2008/2012

• Minimum 5 year’s Active Directory experience as described above

• Minimum 2 year experience as a SQL administrator

If you meets these requirements and would like to apply for this position click here

BOCC Regular Meeting, December 2, 2014

REGULAR MEETING

LEVY COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

DECEMBER 2, 2014

 

 

The Regular Meeting of the Board of Levy County Commissioners was held on December 2, 2014 at 9:00 A.M. in the Levy County Board of County Commissioners meeting room with the following Commissioners present:

 

Chairman John Meeks

Comm. Rock Meeks

Comm. Danny Stevens

Comm. Lilly Rooks

Comm. Mike Joyner

 

Also present were:

 

County Attorney – Anne Bast Brown

County Administrator – Fred Moody

 

Comm. John Meeks called the Meeting to order at 9:00 A.M.  Comm. Rock Meeks gave the invocation, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Comm. Stevens.

 

 

EXPENDITURES

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve the following expenditures presented for payment.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

CHECK NUMBER   117943-118077
FUND          AMOUNT
GENERAL REVENUE 1,356,725.88
ROAD 96,171.67
SHIP 2,009.25
TRANSPORTATION 10,450.35
911 11,865.74
COURT FACILITIES 916.88
EMS 84,250.78
FIRE 17,457.07
TOURIST DEVELOPMENT 6,489.29
CDBG 22,133.88
UTILITIES 641.68
CAPITAL PROJECTS 14,094.06
LANDFILL 76,622.63
TOTAL     $ 1,699,829.16

 

 

MINUTES

 

Regular Meeting November 18, 2014. – TABLED –

 

 

LEVY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

 

Robert McCallum, Sheriff

Request signature of Chairman on the Affidavit to the Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification form.

 

Sheriff McCallum requested Board approval and the Chairman’s signature on the Affidavit to the Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification form.

 

Comm. Joyner made a motion to approve the Chairman signing the Affidavit to the Federal Equitable Sharing Agreement and Certification form.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

Sheriff McCallum spoke of scamming in the county and wanted to make everyone aware of this and encouraged anyone who suspects someone of this activity to call the Sheriff’s Department.

 

 

DEPARTMENT REPORTS

COUNTY COORDINATOR

 

Fred Moody

A. Update on the Nature Coast Shellfish United Meeting of October 23, 2014.

 

Mr. Moody gave an update on the Nature Coast Shellfish United Meeting of October 23, 2014 and a follow-up meeting is scheduled for this Thursday, December 4th at 1:00 P.M. at the Dixie County EOC office.B

B. Update on Grants Coordinator and Veterinarian applications.

 

Mr. Moody gave an update regarding the position of Grants Coordinator and Veterinarian applications stating both are now closed.  There was one application received for the Veterinarian position and the applicant will be interviewed this afternoon.  Seven (7) applications were received for the Grants Coordinator position and six (6) meet qualifications.  He asked if the Board would like to be involved in the hiring process.  The Commissioners agreed by consensus to have staff handle the hiring process.

 

Mr. Moody mentioned a position for an Assistant County Coordinator.  The possibility of hiring a lobbyist person or firm was also discussed.

 

Questions concerning the Veterinarian applicant were asked by Ms. Cason and Lucille Reese.

 

 

LEVY COUNTY TRANSIT

 

Connie Conley, General Manager

A. Request Board approval of the Shirley Conroy Rural Area Capital Assistance Program Grant (RCAP) for the purchase of one (1) bus at 100% in the amount of $79,490.00.

 

Mrs. Conley requested Board approval of the Shirley Conroy Rural Area Capital Assistance Program Grant for the purchase of a bus at 100% in the amount of $79,490.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve grant as mentioned above for the purchase of a bus at 100% in the amount of $79,490 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

B. Request direction to coincide with or clarify authorization granted in resolutions for FDOT/FTA transportation grants to allow Chair to carry out actions authorized in the resolutions.

 

Mrs. Conley requested direction to coincide or clarify authorization granted in resolutions for FDOT/FTA transportation grants to allow the Chairman to carry out actions authorized in the resolutions.

 

Dr. Juanita Terrell spoke concerning this item.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to keep the process as it is currently by getting Board approval.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

C. Request Board approval of Title VI Plan including all appendices and authorizing Transit Department Director to finalize dates, pagination, table of contents, and correct formatting and spelling within Policy.

 

Mrs. Conley requested Board approval of a Title VI Plan including all appendices and authorizing the Transit Department Director to finalize dates, pagination, table of contents, and correct formatting and spelling within Policy.

 

Questions were asked by Renate Cannon, Terry Witt and Dana Sheffield.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve a Title VI Plan as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

D. Request Board approval of Resolution 2014-61 authorizing the signing and submission of grant application 5311 for operational funds in the amount of $350,000.

 

Mrs. Conley requested Board approval of Resolution 2014-61 authorizing the signing and submission grant application 5311 for operational funds in the amount of $350,000.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve Resolution 2014-61 authorizing the signing and submission of Grant Application 5311 for operational funds in the amount of $350,000 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

E. Request Board approval of Resolution 2014-62 authorizing the signing and submission of grant application 5339 for capital funds in the amount of $85,000 to purchase one (1) 22’ bus.

 

Mrs. Conley requested Board approval of Resolution 2014-62 authorizing the signing and submission of Grant Application 5339 for Capital Funds in the amount of $85,000 to purchase one (1) 22’ bus.  Mrs. Conley stated this is the first year they will be submitting for the 5339 Grant and it is a 100% Grant.

 

Questions were asked by Renate Cannon and Terry Witt.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve Resolution 2014-62 authorizing the signing and submission of Grant Application 5339 for Capital Funds in the amount of $85,000 for the purchase of a 22’ bus.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

Comm. Joyner excused himself from the meeting to attend a funeral.

 

 

PUBLIC SAFETY

 

David Knowles, Director

A. Request Board approval and Chairman’s signature on the Program Letter of Agreement between the University of Florida Board of Trustees and Levy County.

 

Chief Knowles thanked the Sheriff’s Department for their diligence and hard work regarding an arson fire which had happened on November 24th.  An arrest was made within 24 hours.

 

Chief Knowles requested Board approval and the Chairman’s signature on the Program Letter of Agreement between the University of Florida Board of Trustees and Levy County.  This agreement will allow resident Doctors from the University’s Department of Emergency Medicine to participate in medical education, research, and /or patient care with LCDPS at no expense to the County.

 

Questions were asked by Mrs. Gaither.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve with the Chairman’s signature the Program Letter of Agreement between the UF Board of Trustees and Levy County as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

B. Request Board approval for the annual grant from the State for the improvement and expansion of EMS.

 

Chief Knowles requested Board approval of Resolution 2014-60 and the Chairman’s signature on the 100% annual grant in the amount of $4,900 from the State for the improvement and expansion of EMS.  The funds will be used to establish a learning resource center at the Public Safety complex for employee’s continuing education.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve with the Chairman’s signature Resolution 2014-60 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

C. Request authorization for Director of Public Safety to electronically sign for submission of the Assistance to Firefighters Grand (AFG) application for Levy County Fire Rescue. The County’s match of 5% ($10,205.00) will come from the 2014-2015 Fire/EMS budget.

 

Chief Knowles requested Board approval for the Director of Public Safety to electronically sign for submission of the Assistance to Firefighters Grand application for Levy County Fire Rescue.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to authorize the Director of Public Safety to electronically sign for submission of the Assistance to Firefighters Grand application for Levy County Fire Rescue.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

D. Request Board approval to purchase four (4) additional LUCAS batteries and station chargers from Physio Control for $5,503.28 out of the 2014-2015 Fire/EMS budget.

 

Chief Knowles requested board approval to purchase four (4) additional batteries and station chargers from Physio Control in the amount of $5,503.28.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve the purchase of four (4) additional batteries and station chargers as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

E. Request Board approval to purchase an upgrade to the existing Levy County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch audio recording system to accommodate the digital ICOM radio communication system from Replay Systems for $10,670.00 out of the 2014/2015 Capital Communication budget.

 

Chief Knowles requested Board approval to purchase an upgrade to the existing Levy County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch audio recording system from Replay Systems in the amount of $10,670.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve the purchase and upgrade to the existing Levy County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch audio recording system from Replay Systems as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

 

ROAD DEPARTMENT

 

Bruce Greenlee, Administrative Road Superintendent

Request approval of Supplemental Agreement #1 for the C-40 Resurfacing, Financial Project 431633-1-58-01.

 

Mr. Greenlee requested Board approval of Supplemental Agreement #1 for the C-40 Resurfacing, Financial Project 431633-1-58-01.

 

Comm. Rock Meeks made a motion to approve Supplemental Agreement #1 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rooks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

Mrs. Gaither spoke to the Board regarding the interview to be done by Animal Control for a staff Veterinarian.

Mr. Moody responded to her questions and concerns.

 

Mrs. Cannon asked questions about the excess milling from the C-40 resurfacing project.

 

 

COMMISSIONERS’ REPORTS

 

Comm. Rooks spoke of the conference she had recently attended of the Small County Coalition and stated she had brought back information for all the Commissioners and the general public if they were interested.

 

Comm. Stevens reminded everyone of the Christmas Parade to take place in Williston this Saturday at 6:00 P.M. followed by the Light up Williston event.

 

Comm. John Meeks stated on December 13th at 11:00 A.M. the AmVets Wreaths Across America program will take place at the Rosemary Cemetery and the Jim Milton Cemetery in Bronson.

 

Comm. Meeks spoke of a letter he received by an individual commending the RAD Program.

Comm. Meeks spoke of the Board and Committee appointments.  It was agreed to re-visit this issue at the December 16th meeting.

 

 

THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS TO COME BEFORE THE COMMISSION, THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:24 A.M.

 

ATTEST:                                                                                 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

LEVY COUNTY, FL

 

___________________________________                          ______________________________________

Clerk of Court, Danny J. Shipp                                              Chairman, John Meeks

BOCC Regular Meeting November 18, 2014

REGULAR MEETING

LEVY COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

NOVEMBER 18, 2014

 

 

The Regular Meeting of the Board of Levy County Commissioners was held on November 18, 2014 at 9:00 A.M. in the Levy County Board of County Commissioners meeting room with the following Commissioners present:

 

Chairman John Meeks

Comm. Rock Meeks

Comm. Danny Stevens

Comm. Lilly Rooks

Comm. Mike Joyner

 

Also present were:

 

Clerk of Court – Danny J. Shipp

County Attorney – Anne Bast Brown

County Administrator – Fred Moody

 

Comm. John Meeks called the Meeting to order at 9:00 A.M.  Comm. Rock Meeks gave the invocation, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance led by Comm. Stevens.

 

EXPENDITURES

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve the following expenditures presented for payment.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

CHECK NUMBER 117774-117942
FUND         AMOUNT
GENERAL REVENUE 145,020.73
ROAD 47,041.39
SHIP 10,145.00
PAL LIBRARY 1,597.38
COURT TECH/CRIM PREV 12,162.93
TRANSPORTATION 5,037.47
911 25,585.41
COURT FACILITIES 15.00
PROGRESS ENERGY 2,098.36
EMS 39,236.01
FIRE 13,764.39
TOURIST DEVELOPMENT 4,275.96
UTILITIES 1,258.90
DRUG TASK FORCE 1,217.50
ADD COURT COSTS 5,161.71
IMPACT FEES – EMS 53.08
IMPACT FEES – PARKS 150.21
IMPACT FEES – RD DIST I 1,045.51
CAPITAL PROJECTS 29,678.95
LANDFILL 8,905.99
TOTAL   $    353,451.88

 

 

 

SWEARING IN OF ELECTED COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

Rock Meeks, District 2

Lilly Rooks, District 4

 

Judge Browning performed swearing in procedures for the newly elected County Commissioners, Comm. Rock Meeks, District 2 and Comm. Lilly Rooks, District 4.

 

 

MINUTES

 

The minutes for the Regular Board Meeting held on October 7, 2014 and November 4, 2014 were presented for Board approval.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve the minutes for the Regular Board Meeting held on October 7, 2014 as presented.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve the minutes for the Regular Board Meeting held on November 4, 2014 as presented.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

 

NON-AGENDA ITEM

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion for the Board to hear a non-agenda item.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to appoint Comm. John Meeks as Chairman and Comm. Joyner as Vice-Chairman for the remainder of 2014 through the end of 2015.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

Renate Cannon stated she wished the meeting room could be as full on every Board Meeting as it is today.

 

 

PUBLIC HEARING – DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

 

Bill Hammond, Director

Request for adoption of “Order of Approval” or “Order to Deny” for Petition No. SEA 02-14.

 

Comm. John Meeks asked if any of the Commissioners had any ex-parte communication with the petitioner.  [1]Comm. Joyner, [2]Comm. Rooks and [3]Comm. John Meeks stated they had ex-parte communication with the petitioner or staff.

 

Att. Brown administered swearing-in of those in the audience wishing to speak for or against the petition to he heard.

 

Mr. Hammond presented Petition No. SEA 02-14 to the Board requesting adoption of “Order of Approval” or “Order to Deny”.  EDA Engineers, Surveyors, Planners, Inc. representing B & G Family Partnership, LLLP aka “Prairie Sand”, petitioning the Board for a Special Exception Amendment to SE 4-04 to allow an expansion (third phase “C”) of an existing major mining operation for the excavation of sand for the purpose of commercial sales of construction fill dirt.  This application will not include any blasting.

 

Clay Sweger with EDA Engineers, Surveyors, Planners, Inc. spoke to the Board explaining the proposed expansion of the existing excavation/borrow operation located on a part of the B & G Farm on SR 121.

 

Sandy Collins also spoke

 

Comm. Joyner made a motion to adopt the “Order to Approve” for Petition No. SEA 02-14.  Second was made by Comm. Stevens and the MOTION CARRIES.

JORDAN AND ASSOCIATES

 

Ronald Vanzant, President

  1. Request approval of Change Order #3 to the Construction Contract between Richardson Site Prep, Inc. and Roberto and Debra Tarafa.

 

Mr. Vanzant requested Board approval of Change Order #3 to the Construction Contract between Richardson Site Prep, Inc. and Roberto and Debra Tarafa.  He explained on September 22, 2014, County staff directed the contractor to complete pump-outs of the oversaturated drain-field every four (4) days to ensure effluent discharge into the street.  This emergency service resulted in an 11,900 gallon quantity and $4,760 increase to Bid Item #4, Dewatering & Disposal.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve Change Order #3 as presented.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

  1. Request approval of Modification #5, a budget modification to CDBG Contract #11DB-C5-05-48-01-H05.

 

Mr. Vanzant requested Board approval of Modification #5, a budget modification to CDBG Contract #11DB-C5-05-48-01-H05.  Mr. Vanzant explained the County has $12,000 of unencumbered Temporary Relocation funds which should be reallocated to the Housing Rehabilitation line item to cover costs associated with providing benefit to Client #LC-02 (Tarafa).

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve Modification #5 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

 

LEVY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

 

Mike West, 911 Addressing

Request Chairman’s signature on the E911 State Grant Application.

 

Mr. West requested the Chairman’s signature on the E911 State Grant Application which will refresh hardware originally installed in 2009 and replace Windows XP which is past end of support.

 

Comm. Joyner made a motion to approve the Chairman’s signature on the E911 State Grant Application as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Stevens and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

 

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

 

Rebecca White

Presentation on resurfacing project on State Road 24 from US 19 to Bronson.

 

Ms. White presented information to the Board regarding the upcoming resurfacing project on State Road 24 from US 19 to Bronson.  She stated the construction is expected to begin November 19th, weather permitting.

 

 

NATURE COAST BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL

 

David Pieklik, Director

October-November 2014 Progress Report

 

Mr. Pieklik gave the October-November, 2014 Progress Report to the Board.

 

Dave Bibby asked if there had been any interest in the Williston Airport Industrial land as he was interested in seeing this area becoming more developed.

 

Mr. Pieklik answered there had been some interest and he is also interested in seeing this area developed more.

 

 

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

 

Mark S. Johnson, Director

  1. Request approval of Amendment #7 to the Duke Energy Contract.

 

Mr. Johnson requested Board approval of Amendment #7 to the Duke Energy Contract extending the completion date of the Contract from September 30, 2014 to May 29, 2015.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve Amendment #7 to the Duke Energy Contract as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

  1. Request approval of the Agreement for Professional Services for Technical Assistance Coordination and LMS and CWPP Plan Maintenance between Levy County and the WRPC.

 

Mr. Johnson requested Board approval of the Agreement for Technical Assistance Coordination and LMS and CWPP Plan Maintenance between Levy County and the WRPC.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve the Agreement for Technical Assistance Coordination and LMS and CWPP Plan Maintenance between Levy County and the WRPC as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

 

LEVY COUNTY TRANSIT

 

Connie Conley, General Manager

Request approval of Resolution 2014-59 adopting a new policy for advertising on County Transit vehicles.

 

Mrs. Conley requested Board approval of Resolution 2014-59 adopting a new policy for advertising on County Transit vehicles; adopting rates for advertisements; approving a form agreement for placement of advertising and authorizing execution of agreements by the County Coordinator.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve Resolution 2014-59 as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Joyner and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

 

PUBLIC SAFETY

 

David Knowles, Director

Request approval to donate one (1) surplus mobile cascade system and six (6) air bottles with regulators to Bradford County.

 

Chief Knowles requested Board approval to donate one (1) surplus mobile cascade system and six (6) air bottles with regulators to Bradford County.

 

Comm. Rooks suggested asking Bradford County if they would be willing to pay something for this equipment since it was paid for with taxpayer money.

 

Comm. Stevens made a motion to approve the donation of one (1) surplus mobile cascade system and six (6) air bottles with regulators to Bradford County as requested.  Second was made by Comm. Rock Meeks and the MOTION CARRIES.

 

 

FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

 

Bill Henderson, Jordan Green, Brian Delburn

Request to coordinate with rural counties on upcoming Work Program.

 

Mr. Green spoke to the Board providing information concerning upcoming projects in the tentative 5-Year Transportation Plan.

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

 

Denise Eckman spoke to the Board regarding NE 140th Court between Bronson and Williston.  She provided signatures on a petition from residents requesting something be done to make the neighborhood safer.  Ms. Eckman stated there is a problem with speeding through this particular street and would like to see the speed limit lowered or speed bumps added.

 

 

COMMISSIONER’S REPORTS

 

Comm. Joyner reported the Veteran’s Day Ceremony went well and was well attended on Tuesday evening.  The Haven Hospice Event at the Etheridge Cracker House was a successful event.

Comm. Joyner asked the media to continue to make citizens aware of out of state paving and painting company’s scamming operations.

 

Comm. Rooks stated she was glad to be back.

 

Comm. Stevens reported the “Light Up Williston” event will be held on December 6th beginning with the parade at 6:00 P.M. and the Lighting Ceremony will be at 7:30 P.M.

 

Comm. Rock Meeks reported the Veteran’s Day parade held in Inglis went very well.

 

Comm. John Meeks provided copies of the 2014 Board Appointments and Department/Committees to each of the Commissioners to review as appointments will need to be made at the next meeting on December 2nd.

 

Comm. Meeks read a scam letter which has been sent to various residents in and around Bronson requesting a maintenance fee for the water system and asked everyone to be aware.

 

 

THERE BEING NO FURTHER BUSINESS TO COME BEFORE THE COMMISSION, THE MEETING ADJOURNED AT 10:46 A.M.

 

ATTEST:                                                                                 BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

LEVY COUNTY, FL

 

___________________________________                          ______________________________________

Clerk of Court, Danny J. Shipp                                              Chairman, John Meeks

 

 

[1] Ex-Parte, Comm. Joyner

[2] Ex-Parte, Comm. Rooks

[3] Ex-Parte, Comm. John Meeks