Orange County Government, Florida

Planning and Zoning

August 21, 2008 PZC Meeting

9:00 a.m. Call to Order

9:00 a.m. Approval of the Minutes
• July 17, 2008

9:00 a.m. P&Z Rezoning Public Hearings – To Be Continued

RZ-08-06-039 (R-1A, R-3, & P-O to NAC) Richard A. Daves for
T.D. Associates, Inc. – District #6

9:00 a.m. County Facilities Impact Fee Exemption Ordinance – Work Session

Presented by Orange County Attorney's Office

9:00 a.m. P&Z Rezoning Public Hearings - Expedited

RZ-08-07-047 (C-2 to NC) Vijaiantie Jadnauth for Florida Realty Exclusive, Inc. – District #6

RZ-08-07-050 (R-1A to NAC) Liem Thanh Chung – District #6

9:00 a.m. P&Z Rezoning Public Hearings

RZ-08-07-045 (I-2/I-3 to I-4) Robert E. Penoyer for Harold E. McDaniel – District #4

RZ-08-07-048 (R-1A to R-2) William B. Barnard – District #4

RZ-08-07-049 (R-3 to P-O) Cecelia Bonifay, Esq. for

Dr. P. Phillips Foundation – District #1

RZ-08-07-052 (C-1 and C-2 to C-2) Orville K. Crouso – District #3

RZ-08-07-053 (I1/I-5 to I-4) Daniel J. and Kathleen R. Baratta – District #2

RZ-08-07-054 (R-1A to R-1) John Lee Smith for

Colin Smith Living Trust and Kelman Riches – District #6

RZ-08-07-056 (Amend restrictions in C-2 zoning) Mary Jo Chenoweth – District #2

9:00 a.m. P&Z Rezoning Public Hearings – Planned Developments

RZ-07-06-048 (R-CE to PD) Andrew DeCandis (OCPS) for

West Orange Relief High School PD – District #1

RZ-07-08-063 (R-2 to PD) Don Bieger for State Farm Building PD – District #5

RZ-08-05-031 (A-2 and PD to PD) Kendell Keith for Park Plaza PD – District #1

RZ-08-06-033 (A-2, R-T, & C-1 to PD) Ron Priest for Riverside Town Homes PD – District #4

11:00 a.m. Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR)-update to the Comprehensive Policy Plan (CPP) - Work Session
Presented by: Catherine Howard, Planning Division

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