17-001543BID Joe Moretti Phase Three, Llc vs. Florida Housing Finance Corporation
 Status: Closed
Recommended Order on Friday, June 9, 2017.


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Summary: Petitioners failed to demonstrate that Florida Housing's actions regarding their requests to amend Extended Use Agreements were arbitrary, capricious, or contrary to competition.

1FINAL ORDER

3This cause came before the Board of Directors of the Florida Housing Finance

16Corporation ("Board") for consideration and final agency action on July 28, 2017.

30Joe Moretti Phase III, LLC ("Moretti"), Stirrup Plaza Phase III, LLC ("Stirrup")

46("Petitioners"), GM Silver Creek, LTD ("Silver Creek") and Verbena, LLC

60("Verbena") ("Intervenors") were Applicants under Request for Applications 2016-

73114: Housing Credit Financing for Affordable Housing Developments Located in

83Miami-Dade County (the "RF A"). The matter for consideration before this Board

96is a Recommended Order issued pursuant to §§120.57(2) and (3)(e), Fla . Stat.

109(2016), and Fla. Admin. Code R. 67-60.009(3)(b), and the Exceptions to the

121Recommended Order, and Responses thereto.

126On October 28, 2016, Florida Housing issued the RF A, which solicited

138applications to compete for an allocation of low income housing credit funding.

150Responses to the RFA were due on December 15, 2016. On December 15, 2016,

164Applications were submitted in response to the RF A by several Developers

176including Petitioners and Intervenors. On February 3, 2017, Florida Housing posted

187notice of its intended decision to award funding to three Applicants. Through the

200ranking and selection process outlined in the RF A, Intervenors Verbena and Silver

213Creek were deemed eligible for funding and Verbena was recommended for funding,

225as well as third-party Applicants Ambar Key, LLC, and Northside Property IV, Ltd.

238Through a separate case regarding this RF A, which was settled with a consent

252agreement presented to and approved by the Board, third-party Applicant Ambar

263Key agreed it was ineligible for funding. Petitioners Moretti and Stirrup were

275determined to be ineligible for funding due to their proposed developments being

287subject to existing Extended Low-Income Housing Agreements ("EUAs").

297Petitioners timely filed their notices of intent to protest followed by formal written

310protests. Motions to Intervene were filed by Verbena as well as Silver Creek; those

324motions were subsequently granted.

328Page 7 of the RF A, Section 3 .A states: "Applicants should review subsection

34267-48.023(1), F.A.C., to determine eligibility to apply for the Housing Credits

353offered in this RFA." Additionally, in Section 3.F.3, the RFA requires that

365Applicants funded under RF A 2016-114 must comply with Florida Administrative

376Code, Chapters 67-60 (Application requirements), 67-48 (credit underwriting and

385program requirements for Housing Credits), and 67-53 (Compliance requirements).

394In relevant part, Rule 67-48.023(1) of the Florida Administrative Code states:

405Unless otherwise permitted in a competitive solicitation

412process, an Applicant is not eligible to apply for

421Competitive Housing Credits if any of the following

429pertain to the proposed Development:

434(c) The proposed Development site or any part thereof is

444subject to any Land Use Restriction Agreement or

452Extended Use Agreement, or both, in conjunction with any

461Corporation affordable housing financing intended to

467foster the development or maintenance of affordable

474housing ...

476The RF A also required that Applicants demonstrate that "as of the Application

489Deadline sewer capacity, package treatment or septic tank service is available to the

502entire proposed Development site ... " The RF A instructed Applicants to provide, as

515Attachment 11, either the Verification of Availability of Infrastructure - Sewer

526Capacity, Package Treatment, or Septic Tank form (Form Rev. 08-16) or a "letter

539from the waste treatment service provider that is Development-specific and dated

550within 12 months of the Application Deadline."

557Petitioners timely filed notices of intent to protest and formal written protests

569challenging the Board's finding that they were ineligible for funding. Specifically,

580they alleged that they timely submitted a request to amend the EUAs on their

594proposed development sites to remove the proposed development sites from the

605EUAs prior to the Application deadline. In response to the protests, Verbena filed a

619Motion to Intervene, alleging that it could be displaced from funding if Moretti's

632challenge was successful, and further alleging that Moretti's Application was

642ineligible for funding not only due to the existence of an EUA on the proposed

657development site, but also because the Application contained a sewer letter that did

670not comply with the terms of the RF A. Moretti filed a Motion in Limine to preclude

687Verbena from bringing up any challenge to its sewer letter.

697The matters were referred to the Division of Administrative Hearings

707(DOAH) and consolidated. A formal hearing took place on April 12, 2017, in

720Tallahassee, Florida before the Honorable Administrative Law Judge Garnett W.

730Chisenhall ("Hearing Officer"). The parties filed timely Proposed Recommended

741Orders.

742After consideration of the evidence and arguments presented at hearing , and

753the Proposed Recommended Orders, the Hearing Officer issued a Recommended

763Order on June 9, 2017. A true and correct copy of the Recommended Order is

778attached hereto as "Exhibit A." The Hearing Officer determined Florida Housing's

789actions or inactions pertaining to the Moretti and Stirrup EUA amendment requests

801were not arbitrary, capricious, or contr ary to competition, resulting in Moretti and

814Stirrup remaining ineligible for funding under RF A 2016-114. The Recommended

825Order recommended that Florida Housing:

830[I]ssue a final order awarding funding to Ambar Key,

839Ltd.; Verbena, LLC; and Northside Property IV, Ltd.

847The Parties filed various Exceptions to the Recommended Order and

857Responses to Exceptions, which are addressed as follows:

865RULING ON INTERVENOR SILVER CREEK AND FLORIDA

872HOUSING'S JOINT EXCEPTION TO RECOMMENDATION

8771. Silver Creek and Florida Housing filed a Joint Exception to the

889recommendation set forth in the Recommended Order to the extent the

900Recommended Order recommended Florida Housing award funding to third-party

909Applicant Am bar Key.

9132. The basis for the exception is the consent agreement between Silver

925Creek and Ambar Key, wherein Ambar Key conceded its application was ineligible

937for funding.

9393. Florida Housing and Silver Creek request a Final Order be entered

951which: a) dismisses the formal written protests filed by Moretti and Stirrup; and b)

965distributes funding under RF A 2016-114 through the ranking and selection process

977conducted pursuant to the RF A and the outcome of pending litigation under the same

992RFA.

9934. No parties filed a response to the Joint Exception.

10035. After a review of the record, the Board finds that the Exception to and

1018requested modification to the Recommendation set forth in the Recommended Order

1029are reasonable and accepts the Joint Exception.

1036RULING ON PETITIONERS' EXCEPTIONS

1040Petitioners' Exceptions to Findings of Fact

10466. Petitioner takes exception to the Findings of Fact set forth Paragraphs

105885, 86, 87, and 88 of the Recommended Order.

10677. After a review of the record, the Board finds that the Findings of Fact

1082set forth in Paragraphs 85, 86, 87, and 88 of the Recommended Order are supported

1097by competent, substantial evidence, and the Board rejects Petitioners' Exceptions to

1108the Findings of Fact set forth in Paragraphs 85, 96, 87, 88 of the Recommended

1123Order.

1124Petitioners' Exceptions to Conclusions of Law

11308. Petitioner takes exception to the Conclusions of Law set forth m

1142Paragraphs 108, 109, 110, 112, 120, 121 Recommended Order.

11519. The Board finds that it has substantive jurisdiction over the issues

1163presented in Paragraphs 108, 109, 110, 112, 120, 121 ofthe Recommended Order.

117510. After a review of the record, the Board finds that the Conclusions of

1189LawsetforthinParagraphs 108,109,110,112,120,121 oftheRecommendedOrder

1197are reasonable and supported by competent, substantial evidence, and rejects

1207Petitioner's Exceptions to the Conclusions of Law presented in Paragraphs 108, 109,

1219110, 112, 120, 121 ofthe Recommended Order.

1226RULING ON INTERVENOR VERBENA'S EXCEPTIONS

1231Verbena's Exception to Conclusion of Law Footnote 8 of Paragraph 121

124211. Verbena seeks an Exception to Footnote 8 to Conclusion of Law

1254Paragraph 121, where the Hearing Officer ALJ denied Moretti's Motion in Limine

1266as being moot because the ALJ determined that Florida Housing did not act in an

1281arbitrary or capricious manner. Verbena's exception seeks clarification in the Final

1292Order that the merits of its argument against Moretti's sewer letter have not been

1306addressed or resolved.

130912. The Board finds that it does not have substantive jurisdiction over the

1322issue presented in Footnote 8 to Paragraph 121 of the Recommended Order, because

1335the ruling is a procedural determination by the Hearing Officer. Accordingly, The

1347Board rejects Petitioners' Exception to Footnote 8 to Conclusion of Law Paragraph

1359121.

1360Verbena's Exception to Conclusion of Law Paragraph 121

136813. Verbena's Exception to Conclusion of Law Paragraph 121 seeks a

1379modification to the Final Order, clarifying that Florida Housing's determination that

1390the Petitioners' Applications were ineligible for funding because the existing EUA

1401covering the development sites for each Application was consistent with the

1412requirements of Rule 67-48.023(1), F.A.C., consistent with the terms ofthe RFA,

1423and that Florida Housing's actions were not contrary to its governing statutes,

1435agency rules or policies, or the terms of the RF A.

144614. The Board finds that Verbena's Exception to Conclusion of Law

1457Paragraph 121 with requested modification is reasonable, and supported by

1467competent substantial evidence because the Hearing Officer found that Florida

1477Housing's actions or inactions pertaining to the Moretti and Stirrup EUA

1488amendment requests were not arbitrary, capricious, or contrary to competition, and

1499that the Petitioners' development sites were subject to existing EUAs which

1510rendered then ineligible for funding pursuant to Rule 67-48.023(1), F.A.C.

1520Accordingly, the Board accepts Verbena's Exception with requested modification to

1530Conclusion of Law Paragraph 121.

1535RULING ON THE RECOMMENDED ORDER

154015. The Findings ofFact set out in the Recommended Order are supported

1552by competent substantial evidence.

155616. The Conclusions of Law of the Recommended Order are reasonable

1567and supported by competent, substantial evidence with the exception of Paragraph

1578121 of the Conclusions of Law, which should be modified to reflect that Florida

1592Housing's determination was consistent with the requirements ofRule 67-48.023(1),

1601F.A.C., consistent with the terms of the RFA, and that Florida Housing's actions

1614were not contrary to its governing statutes, agency rules or policies, or the terms of

1629theRFA.

16301 7. The Recommendation of the Recommended Order should be modified

1641to:

1642a. dismiss the formal written protests filed by Joe Moretti Phase Three,

1654LLC and Stirrup Plaza Phase Three, LLC, and

1662b. distribute funding under RF A 2016-114 through the ranking and

1673selection process conducted pursuant to the RF A and the outcome

1684of pending litigation under the same RF A.

1692ORDER

1693In accordance with the foregoing, it is hereby ORDERED:

170218. The Findings ofF act of the Recommended Order are adopted as Florida

1715Housing's Findings of Fact and incorporated by reference as though fully set forth

1728in this Order.

173119. The Conclusions of Law in the Recommended Order are adopted with

1743the exception of Conclusion of Law Paragraph 121, which is modified to state:

1756121. Therefore, Florida Housing's actions or inactions

1763pertaining to the Moretti Phase Three and Stirrup Plaza

1772Phase Three requests were not arbitrary, capricious, or

1780contrary to competition. 1 Florida Housing's determination

1787that the Petitioners' Applications were ineligible for

1794funding was consistent with the requirements of Rule 67-

180348.023(1), F.A.C., and consistent with the terms of the

1812RF A. Florida Housing's actions were not contrary to its

1822governing statutes, agency rules or policies, or the terms

1831ofthe RFA.

1833IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the relief requested in the Petitions is

1845DENIED, the Petitions are DISMISSED, and Florida Housing's scoring and

1855ranking of RF A 2016-114 is AFFIRMED, and funding under RF A 2017-114 shall

1869me distributed through the ranking and selection process conducted pursuant to the

1881RFA.

18821 In light of this ruling, there is no need to address Moretti Phase Three's Motion in Limine. Accordingly, it is

1903denied as being moot.

1907DONE and ORDERED this 28th day of July 2017.

1916FLORIDA HOUSING FINANCE

1919CORPORATION

1920q ftrr

1922Copies to:

1924Michael Donaldson

1926Florida Bar No. 0802761

1930Carlton Fields, P.A.

1933P.O. Drawer 190

1936Tallahassee, Florida 32302

1939Telephone: (850) 224-1585

1942Facsimile: (850) 222-0398

1945mdonaldson@carltonfields.com

1946J. Stephen Menton, Esq.,

1950Tana D. Storey, Esq.,

1954Rutledge Ecenia, P .A.

1958119 South Monroe Street, Suite 202,

1964Tallahassee, Florida 32301,

1967smenton@rutledge-ecenia.com,

1968tana@rutledge-ecenia.com

1969Derek Bruce, Esq.,

1972Sarah K. Vespa, Esq.,

1976Gunster, Y oakley & Stewart, P .A.,

1983200 South Orange Avenue, Suite 1400,

1989Orlando, Florida 3 280 1,

1994dbruce@gunster .com,

1996svespa@gunster.com

1997Hugh R. Brown, General Counsel

2002Florida Housing Finance Corporation

2006227 North Bronaugh Street, Suite 5000

2012Tallahassee, Florida 32301

2015KenReecy

2016Director of Multifamily Programs

2020Florida Housing Finance Corporation

2024227 North Bronaugh Street, Suite 5000

2030Tallahassee, Florida 32301

2033Trey Price

2035Interim Executive Director

2038Florida Housing Finance Corporation

2042227 North Bronaugh Street, Suite 5000

2048Tallahassee, Florida 32301

2051NOTICE OF RIGHT TO JUDICIAL REVIEW

2057A PARTY WHO IS ADVERSELY AFFECTED BY THIS FINAL ORDER IS

2068ENTITLED TO JUDICIAL REVIEW PURSUANT TO SECTION 120.68,

2076FLORIDA STATUTES. REVIEW PROCEEDINGS ARE GOVERNED BY

2083THE FLORIDA RULES OF APPELLATE PROCEDURE. SUCH

2090PROCEEDINGS ARE COMMENCED BY FILING ONE COPY OF A

2099NOTICE OF APPEAL WITH THE AGENCY CLERK OF THE FLORIDA

2109HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION, 227 NORTH BRONOUGH

2115STREET, SUITE 5000, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32301-1329, AND A

2123SECOND COPY, ACCOMPANIED BY THE FILING FEES PRESCRIBED

2131BYLAW, WITH THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL, FIRST DISTRICT,

21402000 DRAYTON DRIVE, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32399-1850, OR IN

2148THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL IN THE APPELLATE DISTRICT

2157WHERE THE PARTY RESIDES. THE NOTICE OF APPEAL MUST BE

2167FILED WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS OF RENDITION OF THE ORDER TO

2178BE REVIEWED.

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Proceedings
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Date: 11/27/2017
Proceedings: Agency Final Order filed.
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Date: 11/27/2017
Proceedings: Agency Final Order filed.
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Date: 07/28/2017
Proceedings: Agency Final Order
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Date: 07/28/2017
Proceedings: Agency Final Order
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Date: 06/19/2017
Proceedings: Respondent, Florida Housing Finance Corporation, and Intervenor, GM Silver Creek, LTD's Joint Exceptions to Recommended Order filed.
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Date: 06/09/2017
Proceedings: Recommended Order
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Date: 06/09/2017
Proceedings: Recommended Order cover letter identifying the hearing record referred to the Agency.
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Date: 06/09/2017
Proceedings: Recommended Order (hearing held April 12, 2017). CASE CLOSED.
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Date: 05/10/2017
Proceedings: Intervenor, GM Silver Creek, Ltd.'s Proposed Recommended Order filed.
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Date: 05/10/2017
Proceedings: Intervenor, GM Silver Creek, Ltd's Notice of Filing Proposed Recommended Order filed.
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Date: 05/09/2017
Proceedings: Respondent's Proposed Recommended Order filed.
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Date: 05/09/2017
Proceedings: Intervenor's Notice of Filing Proposed Recommended Order filed.
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Date: 05/09/2017
Proceedings: (Joe Moretti Phase Three, LLC and Stirrup Plaza Phase Three, LLC Proposed) Recommended Order filed.
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Date: 05/09/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Filing Petitioners' Proposed Recommended Orders filed.
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Date: 05/04/2017
Proceedings: Order Granting Extension of Time.
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Date: 05/04/2017
Proceedings: Unopposed Motion for Extension of Time to File Proposed Recommended Orders filed.
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Date: 04/20/2017
Proceedings: Order Granting "Joint Motion to Sever and Relinquish Jurisdiction of Case Number 17-1545BID." (DOAH Case No. 17-1545BID is Closed.)
Date: 04/12/2017
Proceedings: CASE STATUS: Hearing Held.
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Date: 04/11/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (James Boyd) filed.
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Date: 04/11/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (James Boyd; filed in Case No. 17-001545BID).
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Date: 04/11/2017
Proceedings: GM Silver Creek, Ltd., Ambar Key, Ltd., and Florida Housing Finance Corporation's Joint Motion to Sever and Relinquish Jurisdiction of Case Number 17-1545BID filed.
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Date: 04/11/2017
Proceedings: Joint Pre-hearing Stipulation filed.
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Date: 04/11/2017
Proceedings: Order Granting "Unopposed Motion to Extend Time for Filing Joint Pre-hearing Stipulation".
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Date: 04/10/2017
Proceedings: Unopposed Motion to Extend Time for Filing Joint Pre-hearing Stipulation filed.
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Date: 04/10/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Service of Verbena, LLC's Unverified Answers to Joe Moretti Phase Three, LLC's 1st Interrogatories to Verbena, LLC filed.
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Date: 04/10/2017
Proceedings: Petitioner GM Silver Creek, LTD.'s Notice of Filing Affidavit of Gerald E. Bryan filed.
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Date: 04/07/2017
Proceedings: Intervenor Ambar Key, LTD.'s Notice of Re-scheduled Telephonic Deposition of Rey Villar (amended as to date and time) filed.
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Date: 04/05/2017
Proceedings: Intervenor Ambar Key, Ltd.'s Notice of Taking Telephonic Deposition of Rey Villar filed.
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Date: 04/05/2017
Proceedings: Verbena, LLC's Response to Joe Moretti Phase Three, LLC's Motion in Limine (filed in Case No. 17-001545BID).
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Date: 04/05/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (J. Menton; filed in Case No. 17-001545BID).
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Date: 04/04/2017
Proceedings: Joe Moretti Phase Three, LLC's Notice of Service of First Interrogatories to Verbena, LLC filed.
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Date: 04/03/2017
Proceedings: Petitioner GM Silver Creek's Response to Ambar Key's Request for Admission filed.
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Date: 04/03/2017
Proceedings: GM Silver Creek, LTD.'s Notice of Service of Answers and Objections to Intervenor, Ambar Key, LTD.'s First Set of Interrogatories and First Request to Produce filed.
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Date: 04/03/2017
Proceedings: Intervenor Ambar Key, LTD.'s Response to Petitioner GM Silver Creek, LTD.'s Request for Admissions filed.
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Date: 04/03/2017
Proceedings: Intervenor Ambar Key, LTD.'s Notice of Service of Answers and Objections to Petitioner GM Silver Creek, LTD.'s First Set of Interrogatories and First Request for Production filed.
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Date: 03/30/2017
Proceedings: Amended Notice of Taking Deposition (Amended as to Date, Time, and Location) filed.
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Date: 03/29/2017
Proceedings: Joe Moretti Phase Three, LLC's Motion in Limine filed.
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Date: 03/29/2017
Proceedings: Intervenor Ambar Key, LTD.'s First Requests for Admission to Petition GM Silver Creek, LTD filed.
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Date: 03/29/2017
Proceedings: Intervenor Ambar Key, Ltd.'s Notice of Service of First Set of Interrogatories and First Request to Produce to Petitioner GM Silver Creek, Ltd filed.
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Date: 03/28/2017
Proceedings: Petitioner, GM Silver Creek's Request for Admissions to Intervenor, Ambar Key, Ltd., filed.
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Date: 03/28/2017
Proceedings: Petitioner, GM Silver Creek's First Request for Production Intervenor, Ambar Key, Ltd., filed.
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Date: 03/28/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Serving Petitioner, GM Silver Creek's First Set of Interrogatories to Intervenor, Ambar Key, Ltd., filed.
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Date: 03/28/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Taking Deposition filed.
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Date: 03/28/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Taking Deposition Duces Tecum filed.
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Date: 03/27/2017
Proceedings: Petitioners' Joe Moretti Phase Three, LLC and Stirrup Plaza Phase Three, LLC's Notice of Taking Depositions Duces Tecum filed.
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Date: 03/23/2017
Proceedings: Order Regarding GM Silver Creek's "Motion For Leave To Intervene".
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Date: 03/23/2017
Proceedings: Order Granting Ambar Key, LTD.'s Unopposed " Petition for Leave to Intervene".
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Date: 03/23/2017
Proceedings: Order Granting Verbena, LLC's " Petition to Intervene".
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Date: 03/21/2017
Proceedings: Joe Moretti Phase Three, LLC's Response to Verbena, LLC's Motion to Intervene filed.
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Date: 03/20/2017
Proceedings: Ambar Key, Ltd's Unopposed Petition for Leave to Intervene filed.
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Date: 03/20/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (J. Menton) filed.
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Date: 03/20/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (Tana Storey) filed.
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Date: 03/20/2017
Proceedings: Verbena, LLC's Petition to Intervene filed.
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Date: 03/20/2017
Proceedings: Verbena, LLC's Petition to Intervene filed.
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (Derek Bruce; filed in Case No. 17-001545BID).
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (Derek Bruce; filed in Case No. 17-001544BID).
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (Derek Bruce) filed.
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (Sarah Vespa) filed.
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Order of Pre-hearing Instructions.
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Hearing (hearing set for April 12, 2017; 9:00 a.m.; Tallahassee, FL).
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance of Co-Counsel (Betty Zachem; filed in Case No. 17-001545BID).
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (filed in Case No. 17-001545BID).
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance of Co-Counsel (filed in Case No. 17-001544BID).
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Date: 03/17/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance of Co-Counsel filed.
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Date: 03/16/2017
Proceedings: Order of Consolidation (DOAH Case Nos. 17-1543BID, 17-1544BID and 17-1545BID).
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Date: 03/16/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Appearance (Marisa Button) filed.
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Date: 03/14/2017
Proceedings: Notice of Intent to Protest filed.
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Date: 03/14/2017
Proceedings: Unopposed Motion to Consolidate Cases filed.
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Date: 03/14/2017
Proceedings: GM Silver Creek's Motion for Leave to Intervene filed.
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Date: 03/14/2017
Proceedings: Verbena, LLC's Petition to Intervene filed.
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Date: 03/14/2017
Proceedings: Notice to All Bidders on RFA 2016-114 filed.
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Date: 03/14/2017
Proceedings: Formal Written Protest and Petition for Administrative Hearing filed.
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Date: 03/14/2017
Proceedings: Agency referral filed.

Case Information

Judge:
G. W. CHISENHALL
Date Filed:
03/14/2017
Date Assignment:
03/14/2017
Last Docket Entry:
11/27/2017
Location:
Tangerine, Florida
District:
Middle
Agency:
ADOPTED IN PART OR MODIFIED
Suffix:
BID
 

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