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May 24, 2011 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS**

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. OFFICE OF PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT AND CITIZEN ADVOCACY

1. Business Climate Survey Presentation. (Government Relations)

B. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Selection of three firms and two ranked alternates to provide Continuing Utilities Consulting Engineering Services, Request for Proposals Y11-902-PH, from the following five firms, listed alphabetically:

  • Barnes, Ferland and Associates, Inc. (BFA)
  • CPH Engineers, Inc.
  • Inwood Consulting Engineers, Inc.
  • Reiss Engineering, Inc.
  • Woolpert, Inc.

([Utilities Department Engineering Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division)

2. Selection of one firm and two ranked alternates to provide General Legal Counsel for Charter Review Commission (CRC), Request for Proposals Y11-1033-LC, from the following three firms:

  • ABA Government Consulting LLC/Arthur Bryant Applegate
  • Bryant Miller Olive, P.A.
  • Shutts & Bower LLP

([Utilities Department Engineering Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division)

C. FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Approval of Modifications to Foster Care Services. (Youth and Family Services Division)

2. Approval to use American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant funds to provide educational reimbursement in the amount of $39,933 for Head Start teachers and a field operation supervisor that completed pre-approved coursework in Early Childhood Education during the period from July 1, 2009 through May 31, 2011 and to reimburse certain Head Start staff in the amount of $4,644.70 for health insurance premiums paid during the summer of 2010. (Head Start Division)

D. FIRE RESCUE DPEARTMENT

1. Approval of Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program ñ Operations and Safety Program, Agreement Number EMW-2010-FO-06011 between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security through the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Orange County in the amount of $1,392,000 with a required match of $348,000. (Logistics Division)

E. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

1. Public Works Capital Improvement Program Update. (Public Works Engineering Division)

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F. OFFICE OF REGIONAL MOBILITY

1. Board direction on proceeding with negotiation of a final agreement based on the Horizon West Global Road Term Sheet. District 1.

IV. RECOMMENDATIONS

May 5, 2011 Board of Zoning Adjustment Recommendations

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Municipal Service Taxing Unit/Benefit Unit

1. Holden Heights Phase 3 Area, establish for wastewater system; District 6

2. Jetport Park Addition No 1, No 2, No 3 and No 4 and U-Pull-and-Pay, amend for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 4

B. Special Assessment Resolution

3. Resolution for collection of special assessment liens for one time only lot cleaning for LC 09-0307; District 4; continued from April 19, 2011

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA (Continued)

C. FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT(continued)

2. Approval to use American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant funds to provide educational reimbursement in the amount of $39,933 for Head Start teachers and a field operation supervisor that completed pre-approved coursework in Early Childhood Education during the period from July 1, 2009 through May 31, 2011 and to reimburse certain Head Start staff in the amount of $4,644.70 for health insurance premiums paid during the summer of 2010. (Head Start Division)

C. Rezoning

4. Applicant: Constance A. Owens, Buena Vista Commons Planned Development (PD) Land Use Plan (LUP); District 1

D. Substantial Change

5. Applicant: Jim Hall, Meadow Woods Planned Development (PD) Land Use Plan (LUP); amend plan; District 4

E. Rezoning

6. Applicant: Daniel B. Bellows, Ravaudage Planned Development - Planned Development (PD) Land Use Plan (LUP)

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