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2017 : Year at a Glance

POLICY ACTIONS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2017 The Town of Jupiter values input and feedback from its citizens . Focus groups and public meetings are routinely held with residents and local businesses on key topics in the community in order to inform the directon of Town initiatives . The Town ’ s nine strategic results are a direct reflection of the feedback received over the past few years . The Town Council uses these results to define and measure how the Town achieves success . Below is an overview of policy actions and accomplishments for 2017 and how they correlate with the Town ’ s strategic results . View the complete strategic plan at www . jupiter . fl . us / strategicplan .

Fiscal Responsibility
Began the process to develop a master plan for the municipal complex at the corner of Indiantown Road and Military Trail , which will include a Police Department , data center and Town Hall . The plan is designed to address the community ’ s facility needs and provide safe , hardened facilities that can be used for town operations during disasters such as hurricanes . Additional future master plan elements include a Veteran ’ s Memorial , indoor recreation and gym facilities , and parking facilities .
Adopted the millage ( property tax ) rate , operating budget and five-year community investment program ( CIP ) for Fiscal Year 2018 ( October 1 , 2017 - September 30 , 2018 ). The millage rate stayed the same as the previous year at 2.4633 mills excluding voter-approved debt , and 2.6815 including voter-approved debt ( stated in terms of dollars per $ 1,000 of taxable property value ). The operating budget and pay plan for all funds for FY 2018 totals $ 88.7 million , which is an increase of approximately $ 4.7 million from the previous year . The fiveyear CIP for fiscal years 2018 through 2021 includes a five-year total capital investment of $ 151,159,038 , an increase of approximately $ 72 million from the plan for FY 2016 through FY 2020 . The substantial increase can be attributed to large projects such as the future replacement of the Police Department and Town Hall facilities , roadway improvements , drinking water well and treatment plant improvements , and future public parking facilities .
Increased water rates by 3.3 % and stormwater rates by 7 % in accordance with the U . S . Department of Labor ’ s Consumer Price Index . Approved a five-year contract with Waste
Management of Florida , Inc . for waste and recycling collection services .
Unique Small Town Feel
Relocated the Historic 1913 House to a temporary location at Old Town Hall Park . The 1913 House was built by Jupiter pioneer Harry Aicher when he was a teenager . The 1913 House will move to its permanent location at Sawfish Bay Park beside the FEC Train Depot in 2018 .
Mobility
Received a grant award for from the Metropolitan Planning Organization for a 2017 Local Initiatives Program Grant for the Indiantown Road Improvement Project from Highway US One to A1A .
Purchased 2 acres of vacant land at the corner of Indiantown Road and Daniels Way in order to enable the future re-alignment of Daniels Way to provide for improved traffic flow and safety .
Manage Growth
Approved the Center Park Commercial Center project , a 7.3-acre redevelopment project located at 114 Datura Street . The initial phase of construction will include a Center Park Self-Storage facility .
Approved the Cinebowl project , which will bring an entertainment complex to Downtown Abacoa that includes a movie theater , bowling alley and restaurant . It will be located at the corner of Main Street and Stadium Drive .
Approved an amendment to the previouslyapproved Love Street project to reduce the overall size of the project and eliminate the Town ’ s public parking lot from the project ’ s site plan . This amendment allowed the Town to maintain ownership and operation of the public parking lot . The Love Street development is located in the Inlet Village , at the northern end of Love Street on the northeast side of A1A across from the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse .
Approved the Cornerstone project , a multiuse project on the corner of US One and Coastal Way . Cornerstone will include 15 residential units , 2,500 square feet of retail or office , a green roof over a submerged parking garage , and a marina with public docks .
Installed “ smart ” solar trash compactors at several parks and beach locations in partnership with Waste Management , Inc . The compactors alert collection crews when full , preventing unnecessary trips and reducing the carbon footprint of collection operations .
Approved the Water Pointe project , a multifamily residential development of 35 units located at the intersection of US . One and Ocean Way .
Safety
Increased staffing at Palm Beach County Fire Rescue Station 19 by amending the Interlocal agreement with PBCFR .
Passed a resolution in support of a no wake zone in the Intracoastal Waterway from the Beach Road Bridge to the northern boundary of Coral Cove Park .
Purchased a body worn camera system for the Jupiter Police Department . The body worn cameras will be deployed in early 2018 in order to provide officer safety and greater transparency .
Implemented the Town ’ s Incident Command System ( ICS ) in preparation and response to Hurricane Irma .
Approved a project at the FP & L Service Center at the corner of Indiantown Road and Delaware Boulevard to demolish existing facilities , construct new facilities , and improve FP & L ’ s ability to respond to the area in the event of severe storms or natural disasters .
Strong Local Economy
Approved changes to the Town ’ s Workforce Housing Program eliminating increased percentage requirements for rezoning and reducing the percentage required for properties needing a land use change . The changes also allow required workforce housing units to be produced off-site based on set criteria , and create incentives for land donation as an option to satisfy workforce housing requirements .
Waived permit fees for a six-month period for building repairs related to Hurricane Irma .
Green Space
Officially named the future park and open space at the corner of Indiantown Road and Center Street “ Cinquez Park .”
Organizational Excellence
Named Mr . Matt Benoit as the new Town Manager after a national executive search process . Ms . Lori Bonino was appointed Interim Town Manager during the search process .
2 0 1 7 : Ye a r at a Gl a nc e POLICY ACTIONS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN 2017 The Town of Jupiter values input and feedback from its citizens. Focus groups and public meetings are routinely held with residents and local businesses on key topics in the community in order to inform the directon of Town initiatives. The Town’s nine strategic results are a direct reflection of the feedback received over the past few years. The Town Council uses these results to define and measure how the Town achieves success. Below is an overview of policy actions and accomplishments for 2017 and how they correlate with the Town’s strategic results. View the complete strategic plan at www.jupiter.fl.us/strategicplan. Fiscal Responsibility Began the process to develop a master plan for the municipal complex at the corner of Indiantown Road and Military Trail, which will include a Police Department, data center and Town Hall. The plan is designed to address the community’s facility needs and provide safe, hardened facilities that can be used for town operations during disasters such as hurricanes. Additional future master plan elements include a Veteran’s Memorial, indoor recreation and gym facilities, and parking facilities. Adopted the millage (property tax) rate, operating budget and five-year community investment program (CIP) for Fiscal Year 2018 (October 1, 2017 - September 30, 2018). The millage rate stayed the same as the previous year at 2.4633 mills excluding voter-approved debt , and 2.6815 including voter-approved debt (stated in terms of dollars per $1,000 of taxable property value). The operating budget and pay plan for all funds for FY 2018 totals $88.7 m ݡ́ɕ͔ɽ᥵ѕ(и܁ɽѡɕ٥́啅ȸQٔ)啅ȁ %@ȁ͍啅̀ѡɽ՝)Ց́ٔ啅ȁѽххٕѵЁ(İఁɕ͔ɽ᥵ѕ䀐)ɽѡȁd؁ѡɽ՝d(QՉхѥɕ͔ɥѕ)Ѽɝɽ́Ս́ѡɔɕ)ѡAѵЁQݸ!)ѥ̰ɽ݅䁥ɽٕ̰ɥ)݅ѕȁݕɕѵЁЁɽٕ̰)ɔՉɭѥ̸)%ɕ͕݅ѕȁɅѕ̸́̔ѽɵ݅ѕ)Ʌѕ́ܔɑݥѠѡTL)ѵЁ1ˊé յȁAɥ%)ɽٕٔ啅ȁɅЁݥѠ]є)5Ёɥ%ȁ݅є)ɕ危ѥ͕٥̸)UՔMQݸ)Iѕѡ!ѽɥ́!͔Ѽ)ѕɅ䁱ѥЁ=Qݸ!AɬQ(́!͔݅́եЁ)ѕȁȁ!)ȁݡ݅́ѕȸQ́!͔)ݥٔѼ́ɵЁѥЁMݙ͠) Aɬͥѡ QɅЁ)5)IٕɅЁ݅ɐȁɽѡ)5ɽхA=ɝѥȁ(܁1%ѥѥٕ́AɽɅɅЁȁѡ)%ѽݸI%ɽٕЁAɽЁɽ)!݅UL=Ѽ)Aɍ͕ȁɕ́مЁЁѡɹ)%ѽݸÍ]䁥ɑȁѼ)ѡɔɔЁ́])Ѽɽ٥ȁɽٕɅ܁ͅ)5ɽѠ)ɽٕѡ ѕȁAɬ ɍ) ѕȁɽа̵ܸɔɕٕ)ɽЁѕЀЁɄMɕиQѥ)͔ՍѥݥՑ ѕ)AɬMMѽɅ)ɽٕѡ ݰɽаݡݥ)ɥѕхЁѼݹѽݸ)ѡЁՑ́٥ѡѕȰݱ)䁅ɕхɅи%ЁݥѕЁѡ)ɹȁ5MɕЁMхմɥٔ)ɽٕЁѼѡɕ٥ͱ)ɽٕ1ٔMɕЁɽЁѼɕՍѡ)ٕɅͥ锁ѡɽЁєѡ)QݻéՉɭЁɽѡɽӊéͥє)Q́ЁݕѡQݸѼ)хݹ͡ɅѥѡՉ)ɭиQ1ٔMɕЁٕЁ)ѕѡ%ЁYЁѡѡɸ)1ٔMɕЁѡѡЁͥ)ɽ́ɽѡ)ѕȁ%Ё1ѡ͔)ɽٕѡ ɹѽɽаձѤ)͔ɽЁѡɹȁUL= х)]丁 ɹѽݥՑԁɕͥѥ)չ̰ȰՅɔЁɕхȁ)ɕɽٕȁՉɝɭɅ)ɥݥѠՉ̸)%хq͵ӊtͽȁɅ͠ѽ)Ё͕ٕɅɭ́ѥ́)ѹ͡ݥѠ]є5а%Q)ѽ́Ёѥɕ́ݡձ)ɕٕѥչͅɥ́ɕՍѡ)ɉɥЁѥɅѥ̸)ɽٕѡ]ѕȁAєɽаձѤ)ɕͥѥٕЁԁչ)ѕЁѡѕ͕ѥUL=)=])M)%ɕ͕хЁA չɔ)I͍ՔMхѥ䁉䁅ѡ%ѕɱ)ɕЁݥѠA H)A͕ɕͽѥЁ݅)齹ѡ%Ʌх]ѕ݅䁙ɽѡ) I ɥѼѡѡɸչ䁽) Ʌ ٔAɬ)Aɍ͕ݽɸɄѕ)ѡ)ѕȁAѵиQݽɸ)Ʌ́ݥ啐ɱɑȁѼ)ɽ٥ȁͅ䁅ɕѕȁɅɕ)%ѕѡQݻé%Ё )Mѕ% LɕɅѥɕ͔Ѽ)!ɥ%ɵ)ɽٕɽЁЁѡ@0M٥ ѕ)Ёѡɹȁ%ѽݸI݅ɔ) ձمɐѼ͠ѥѥ̰)ՍЁ܁ѥ̰ɽٔ@3e)ѼɕѼѡɕѡٕЁ)͕ٕɔѽɵ́ȁɅͅѕ̸)Mɽ1)ɽٕ́ѼѡQݻé]ɭɍ)!ͥAɽɅѥɕ͕)ɍхɕեɕ́ȁɕ齹)ɕՍѡɍхɕեɕȁɽѥ)͔Q́ͼ)܁ɕեɕݽɭɍͥչ́Ѽ)ɽՍͥє͕͕Ёɥѕɥ)ɕєѥٕ́ȁѥ́ѥ)Ѽͅѥ͙ݽɭɍͥɕեɕ̸)]ٕɵЁ́ȁͥ൵Ѡɥ)եɕ́ɕѕѼ!ɥ%ɵ)ɕM)=䁹ѡɔɬ)Ёѡɹȁ%ѽݸI) ѕȁMɕЃq ՕAɬt)=ɝѥፕ)95ȸ5Ё Ё́ѡ܁Qݸ)5ȁѕȁѥᕍѥ͕ٔɍ)ɽ̸5̸1ɤ ݅́ѕ%ѕɥ)Qݸ5ȁɥѡ͕ɍɽ̸