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In 2018, Central Florida was ranked first in the nation for job growth, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Additionally, Forbes magazine ranked the metro Orlando region No. 1 to invest in a home with an estimated 84,000 building permits issued in Orange County valued at $2.3 billion. Orange County also earned the highest AAA credit rating from Moody's Investors Service, recognizing its fiscal reliability and continued quality-of-life enhancements.
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I. CONSENT AGENDA
II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS**
April 5, 2012 Board of Zoning Adjustment Recommendations
IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS
A. Substantial Change
1. Applicant: Allan Goldberg, Gotha Estates Planned Development - Gotha Estates Preliminary Subdivision Plan; amend plan; District 1; continued from January 24 and March 20, 2012
2. Applicant: Allan Goldberg, Lake Hugh Estates Preliminary Subdivision Plan; amend plan; District 1; continued from January 24 and March 20, 2012
B. Preliminary Subdivision Plan
3. Stillwater Crossings and Center Bridge Planned Development - Parcel SC-13 Preliminary Subdivision Plan; District 1
C. Shoreline Alteration/Dredge and Fill
4. Applicant: James and Kyanne Miller, canal leading to Lake Sheen, permit, District 1
V. WORK SESSION AGENDA
A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
1. Orange County Facility Use and Fitness Facility Use by Minors. (Risk Management Division)
B. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
1. 2011 Growth Management Legislation Discussion Series. All Districts.
C. UTILITIES DEPARTMENT
1. Solid Waste Study Update.
9860 Universal Blvd
Orlando, FL. 32819
Phone: (407) 685-9000
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