Hollywood Agrees to Major Expenditures

The Hollywood Commission approved some major purchases during a recent meeting.

It agreed to a resolution that allows city leaders to execute an interlocal agreement with the City of Miramar to satisfy Hollywood’s Reuse System Obligation under the Ocean Outfall Legislation. This means Hollywood will delivery some wastewater to Miramar. This water will be extensively treated and used to water grass areas. The cost to the City of Hollywood is $7 million.

Also, the Commission agreed to execute the first agreement of the Master Services Agreement with Comcast Commercial Services for the continued operation and maintenance of the city’s institutional network. The agreement is set for a five year term at an annual estimated amount of $360,000 plus an added 15 percent for future installations, upgrades, and other costs. The total expenditure for this agreement is an estimated $2 million.

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