American Coalition 4 Property Rights . . .
Mayor Craig Fletcher's summary of the Seven 50 meeting on May 17th
Full video:
Scroll your slide bar down to 1 hour and 26 minutes. This is where Fletcher begins his recount.
CITY OF VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
MAY 21, 2013 6:00 P.M. 
REGULAR CITY COUNCIL MEETING
CITY HALL, COUNCIL CHAMBERS, VERO BEACH, FLORIDA
A G E N D A
1.CALL TO ORDER
A.Roll Call
B.Invocation – Pastor Earl Morgan/First Christian Church
C.Pledge of Allegiance
2. PRELIMINARY MATTERS
A.Agenda Additions, Deletions, and Adoption
B.Proclamations
1.National Foster Care Month – May 2013
2.Joe McManus to present a U.S. Medal of Valor to Lifeguards
3.Florida Inland Navigation to present a check to the City of Vero Beach for the MacWilliams Boat Ramp Reconstruction
C.Public Comment
1.Mr. David Croom to give an update on the Old Diesel Plant.
D.Adoption of Consent Agenda
1.Regular City Council Minutes – May 7, 2013 
2.License Agreement #2013-LA-0211 – John E. Dyer – Dock and Boatlift – 17 Dolphin Drive
3.License Agreement #2013-LA-0213 – David & Diana Peterson – Boatlift & Pilings – 31 Royal Palm Pointe
4.Monthly Capital Projects’ Status Reports
5.Fuel Contract – Como Oil Company of Florida
6.Termination of Janitorial Contract and Award of New Contract to JMC Services
7.Utility Easement #2012-EG-0127/AutoZone Stores, Inc. – 755 15th Place
(The matters listed on the consent agenda will be acted upon by the City Council in a single vote unless any Councilmember requests that any specific item be considered separately.)
3. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A)An Ordinance of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, abandoning the west 5 feet of Lot 8, Block 1, Edgewood Addition; together with the west 5 feet of the east 90 feet of the west 200 feet of the south 140 feet of Block 48, Map of the Town of Indian River (Original Town); retaining an alley; Providing for Conflict and Severability; Providing for an Effective Date. – Requested by the Public Work’s Department
4. RESOLUTIONS FOR ADOPTION WITHOUT PUBLIC HEARING
A)A Resolution of the City Council of the City of Vero Beach, Florida, accepting the 2013 Apportionment Plan of the Indian River County Metropolitan Planning Organization; Providing for an Effective Date. – Requested by Indian River County Metropolitan Planning Organization
5. FIRST READINGS BY TITLE FOR ORDINANCES AND RESOLUTIONS 
THAT REQUIRE A FUTURE PUBLIC HEARING
6. CITY CLERK’S MATTERS
7. CITY MANAGER’S MATTERS
A)Legal Services for General Employee Retirement and Employee Benefits
8. CITY ATTORNEY’S MATTERS
9. CITY COUNCIL MATTERS
A.Old Business
B.New Business
10.INDIVIDUAL COUNCILMEMBERS’ MATTERS
11. ADJOURNMENT

Mayor Fletcher:

On behalf of the American Coalition 4 Property Rights, I would like to thank 
you for attending the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council meeting and 
the Seven 50 presentation delivered by architect, Andre' Duany on May 17th.

We the People share your assessment that the City of Vero Beach, Indian River 
County, Indian River Shores and the Indian River School Board were wise to 
vote a NO THANK YOU to Seven 50. We recognize that the Regionalism Seven 
50 would have imposed upon our locally elected officials have no place in our 
Constitutional process, provided under the principles of our Democratic 
Republic of the United States.

Thank you for upholding our principles of local control, smaller government and fiscal responsibility. We appreciate the wise and carefully considered decision of our council members who withdrew membership from Seven 50.

Respectfully submitted, 

Phyllis Frey, Chairperson
American Coalition 4 Property Rights  
Video clip of Mayor Fletcher's response.