Hollywood Commission agrees to major purchases

The Hollywood Commission agreed to some major purchases during a recent meeting.

The Commisison agreed:

  1. To a resolution to accept the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Florida Resilient Coastlines Program Award, in a total aggregate amount of $400,000. The money is to be used to complete resiliency improvements at the Marina Boat Ramp for a total project cost of $921,900.
  2. To a resolution to allow city leaders to proceed with Brooks and Scarpa Architects to provide professional architectural and engineering services for the design of an arts education facility addition to the existing Hollywood Art and Culture Center in an aggregate amount not to exceed $250,000. This is a General Obligation Bond project.
  3. To a resolution to execute agreements with Kronos Incorporated and Kronos SaaShr, Inc. for the purchase of Workforce Telestaff Subscription, Implementation, and IVR Services and Software. The cost will be $400,000 over five years.
  4. To a resolution to accept, if awarded, the 2019 Justice Assistance Grant Program grant funds to purchase a fixed mount ALPR three camera system and associated equipment in an amount of about $42,021.  

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