Florida Senate - 2014                          SENATOR AMENDMENT
       Bill No. CS for CS for SB 1048
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              
                Floor: 2/AD/2R         .                                
             05/01/2014 12:52 PM       .                                

       Senator Latvala moved the following:
    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Before line 136
    4  insert:
    5         Section 1. Subsection (3) of section 335.065, Florida
    6  Statutes, is amended to read:
    7         335.065 Bicycle and pedestrian ways along state roads and
    8  transportation facilities.—
    9         (3) The department, in cooperation with the Department of
   10  Environmental Protection, shall establish a statewide integrated
   11  system of bicycle and pedestrian ways in such a manner as to
   12  take full advantage of any such ways which are maintained by any
   13  governmental entity. The department may enter into a concession
   14  agreement with a not-for-profit entity or private sector
   15  business or entity for commercial sponsorship displays on
   16  multiuse trails and related facilities and use any concession
   17  agreement revenues for the maintenance of the multiuse trails
   18  and related facilities. Commercial sponsorship displays are
   19  subject to the requirements of the Highway Beautification Act of
   20  1965, and all federal laws and agreements, when applicable. For
   21  the purposes of this section, bicycle facilities may be
   22  established as part of or separate from the actual roadway and
   23  may utilize existing road rights-of-way or other rights-of-way
   24  or easements acquired for public use.
   25         (a) A concession agreement shall be administered by the
   26  department and must include the requirements of this section.
   27         (b)1. Signage or displays erected under this section shall
   28  comply with s. 337.407 and chapter 479 and shall be limited as
   29  follows:
   30         a. One large sign or display, not to exceed 16 square feet
   31  in area, may be located at each trailhead or parking area.
   32         b. One small sign or display, not to exceed 4 square feet
   33  in area, may be located at each designated trail public access
   34  point.
   35         2. Before installation, each name or sponsorship display
   36  must be approved by the department.
   37         3. The department shall ensure that the size, color,
   38  materials, construction, and location of all signs are
   39  consistent with the management plan for the property and the
   40  standards of the department, do not intrude on natural and
   41  historic settings, and contain only a logo selected by the
   42  sponsor and the following sponsorship wording:
   44         ...(Name of the sponsor)... proudly sponsors the costs
   45         of maintaining the ...(Name of the greenway or
   46         trail)....
   48         4. All costs of a display, including development,
   49  construction, installation, operation, maintenance, and removal
   50  costs, shall be paid by the concessionaire.
   51         (c) A concession agreement shall be for a minimum of 1
   52  year, but may be for a longer period under a multiyear
   53  agreement, and may be terminated for just cause by the
   54  department upon 60 days’ advance notice. Just cause for
   55  termination of a concession agreement includes, but is not
   56  limited to, violation of the terms of the concession agreement
   57  or this section.
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   60  And the title is amended as follows:
   61         Between lines 2 and 3
   62  insert:
   63         amending s. 335.065, F.S.; authorizing the department
   64         to enter into certain concession agreements; providing
   65         for use of agreement revenues; providing that the
   66         agreements are subject to applicable federal laws;
   67         requiring that a concession agreement be administered
   68         by the department and meet certain requirements;