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October 2, 2007 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation - District 6

Presentation of proclamation designating the month of October 2007 as
"Hispanic Heritage Month"

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS*

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Commission on Aging Annual Report. (Commission on Aging Division)
Page 232

B. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Approval and execution by the Mayor of Lease Agreement between Orange County and Farmworker Association of Florida, Inc. and delegation of authority to the Real Estate Management Division to exercise renewal options, if needed, for office space for Farmworker Services Center located at 1264 Old Apopka Boulevard, Apopka, Florida. (Real Estate Management Division/Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 233-237

C. COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. "Orange to Green" Climate Change Summit Debriefing. (Environmental

Presentation of Employee Service Awards to: William R. Smith (25), Fleet Management, Administrative Services; Wynnette Bryant Hinkle (20), In-Custody Security, Corrections; Jon M. Haskett (20), Operations, Fire Rescue; Shirley A. Brown (30), Almastine Coleman (30), Head Start, Health and Family Services; Willie Lemon (20), Daniel D. Deleon (30), Water Reclamation, Eugenic Morales (25), Fiscal and Administrative Services, and Patricia Jane Spear (20), Customer Service, Utilities.

IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A Development Plan

1. Dorsher Plaza Planned Development-Lot G-Holiday Inn Express & Suites Development Plan, District 6

B. Substantial Change

2. Applicant: Lance Bennett, Signature Lakes Planned Development/Land Use Plan; amend plan; District 6

C. Lakeshore Protection Permit Appeal

3. Appellant: Michael O'Keeffe; Applicant: Gale Ashbridge, Lake George,
permit, District 4

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