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March 04, 2008 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation - District 6

Presentation of National Biosolids Partnership Certification

Presentation of proclamation designating the week of March 9 through
March 15, 2008 as Orange County Cooperative Extension 4-H Week

Presentation of proclamation designating the month of March as American Red Cross Month

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS*

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

1. Appointment of three Board members to the 2008 Value Adjustment Board and designation of three of the remaining Board members as alternates. Page 74-75

2. Appointment of an individual to succeed Jim Powers on the Code Enforcement Board with a term expiring December 31, 2008. (Agenda Development Office) Page 76-78

3. Selection of one firm and one alternate to provide Engineering Services for Water Resources Program, Request for Proposals Y8-903-PH, from the following two firms, listed alphabetically:
• PB Americas, Inc.
• Tetra Tech, Inc.
([Utilities Engineering Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 79-83

4. Selection of one consultant and two ranked alternates to provide Section 457 Deferred Compensation Consulting Services, Request for Proposals Y8-125-EW, from the following three firms, listed alphabetically:
• The Boghdan Group
• Burgess Chambers and Associates
• Dahab Associates
([Orange County Comptroller] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 84-86

5. Selection of one firm and one alternate to provide Biofuels, Request for Proposals Y8-126-JS, from the following two firms, listed alphabetically:
• Mansfield Oil Company
• On-Site Fuel Service, Inc.
([Fleet Management Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 87-90

B. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

1. Update on Building Activity.

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Approval of the Resolution of the Orange County Board of County
Commissioners regarding Orange County's "Orange to Green" Development
Program. All Districts. (Division of Building Safety) Page 91-93

C. HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Update on the Central Florida Regional Commission on Homelessness. (Mental Health and Homeless Issues Division) Page 94

D. PUBLIC SAFETY

1. Update on Radio Services System. (Public Safety Communication Division) Page 95

IV. RECOMMENDATIONS
February 21, 2008 Planning and Zoning Commission Recommendations

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Planning and Zoning Commission Board-Called

1. Applicant: Brandon F. Huffman for EDSA Planning, Grand Cypress Resort Planned Development; Case RZ-07-09-078, February 21, 2008; District 1

B. Preliminary Subdivision Plan

2. Marian Subdivision Preliminary Subdivision - Affordable Housing,
District 6

C. Substantial Change

3. Applicant: William S. Carr, P. E., Today Realty Investments, Inc, Fontana Estates Preliminary Subdivision Plan; amend plan; District 5
Public hearings scheduled for 2:30 p.m.

D. Substantial Change

4. Applicant: "Eddie Browder of Land Design Innovations," Colonial Self-
Storage (PD) Land Use Plan (LUP); amend plan; District 4

E. Preliminary Subdivision Plan

5. Semoran Plaza Preliminary Subdivision and the Right-Of-Way Agreement Semoran Plaza East-West Road, District 3

F. Shoreline Alteration/Dredge and Fill

6. Applicant: Carter and Nyma Whitmire, Lake Martha, after-the-fact permit, District 5

G. Substantial Change

7. Applicant: Aaron J. Gorovitz of Lowndes Drosdick, P.A., Cypress Lakes
Planned Development (PD) Land Use Plan (LDP); amend plan; District 5;
continued from February 26, 2008

H. Agreement

8. Stipulated Settlement Agreement between Orange County and the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs, Districts 1, 4 and 5

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I. Ordinance/Comprehensive Policy Plan

9. Applicant: Orange County; Notification of Proposed Change (NOPC);
amending Orange County Code; Districts 1, 4 and 5

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