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May 19, 2009 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation - District 3

Presentation of proclamation designating the week of May 17 through May 23, 2009 as Public Works Week

Recognition of 2009 Florida Chapter American Public Works Association Scholarship award winners

Presentation of Art in the Chambers

Public Comment*

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

1. Legislative Overview.

2. Board direction on local process for red light violation enforcement. Page

3. Selection of one firm and two ranked alternates to provide Final Design Services for Wetherbee Road (from Balcombe Road to Orange Avenue), Request for Proposals Y9-812-CH, from the following seven firms, listed alphabetically:

• AVCON, Inc.
• Bowyer-Singleton & Associates, Inc.
• Dyer, Riddle, Mills & Precourt, Inc.
• Inwood Consulting Engineers, Inc.
• Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.
• Kelly, Collins, & Gentry, Inc.
• Pegasus Engineering, LLC
([Public Works Department Public Works Engineering Division] Purchasing and
Contracts Division)

B. COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Update on the Photovoltaic System and the Climate Change Education Center at the Orange County Convention Center. All Districts. (Environmental Protection Division)

2. Approval to submit the County's Climate Change Plan as the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Strategy and the list of projects to the U. S. Department of Energy, and authorization for the Environmental Protection Division Manager to submit the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant application in the amount of $7,522,900 on behalf of Orange County. All Districts. (Environmental Protection Division)

C. PUBLIC SAFETY

1. Board direction regarding Underage Drinking Ordinance. (Office for a Drug FreeCommunity)

Presentation of proclamation designating the week of May 18 through May 22, 2009 as Small Business Week

IV. RECOMMENDATIONS
May 7, 2009 Board of Zoning Adjustment Recommendations

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Municipal Service Taxing Unit/Benefit Units

1. Crystal Lake, establish for general lake cleaning maintenance and aquatic plant control; District 4

And

2. Lake Lovely, establish for general lake cleaning maintenance and aquatic plant control; District 2

And

3. Lake Roberts, establish for general lake cleaning maintenance and
aquatic plant control; District 1

And

4. Lake Underhill Center, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance;
District 3

And

5. Orlando Central Park, amend for streetlighting; District 4

And

6. Southridge Commerce Park, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance;District 4

And

7. Palm Lakes Estates 1st Addition, establish for streetlighting; District 5

And

8. Stone Forest Units 1, 2, 3, 4 and Stoneybrook Office Park, amend for
retention pond(s) maintenance; District 4

And

9. Holden Heights Phase 3, first assessment roll for established wastewater connection costs for the wastewater system; District 6

B. Petition to Vacate

10. Applicant: Alan Charron, on behalf of Shoppes of West Oaks, LLC; Petition to Vacate 08-25, portion of right of way; District 1

C. Ordinance/Comprehensive Policy Plan Amendments

11. Ordinance amending Orange County Code, 2000-2020 Comprehensive Policy Plan Amendment; 2008-1-B-WSFWP-1 - Water Supply Facilities Work Plan (WSFWP); All Districts

12. Ordinance amending Orange County Code, 2010-2030 Comprehensive Policy Plan Amendment; 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR - Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR); All Districts

D. Development Review Committee Appeal

13. Appellant: The Groves Realty Group, LTD Applicant: Philip D. Storey for Alvarez, Sambol, Winthrop & Madson, P.A., The Groves Mobile Home Community, District 2; continued from January 13, 2009

E. Comprehensive Policy Plan Transmittal

14. Applicant: Dell Avery, South Orange Properties, Inc./Sarah Stack, MSCW, Inc.; Transmittal of Amendment 2009-D-4-1 to the Comprehensive Policy Plan; Airport Industrial Park at Orlando (AIPO) Development of Regional Impact; District 4

F. Comprehensive Policy Plan

15. Transmittal of 2009-2 Regular Cycle Amendments

REGULAR CYCLE AMENDMENTS
Privately Initiated Future Land Use Map (FLUM) Amendments

Amendment #2009-2-A-1-1
Carter- Orange 105 Sand Lake Land Trust/Duke Woodson Foley Lardner

Amendment #2009-2-A-2-1
ECP Grassmere LLC/ Judy Stewart

Amendment #2009-2-A-2-2
Project Orlando LLC/Jim Hall VHB, Inc.

Amendment #2009-2-A-2-3
Lincoln Corn Farms/Jim Hall VHB, Inc

Amendment #2009-2-B-FLUE-4
Text Amendment editing policies 2.4.2 and 2.4.3 Adding policies 6.3.4 and 6.3.7 re: Narcoosee Road within Lake Hart rural settlement

Amendment #2009-2-A-4-1
Lake Nona Holdings, Aaron Gorovitz
(WITHDRAWN)

Staff Initiated Text Future Land Use Map (FLUM) Amendments

Amendment #2009-2-B-FLUM-1
Map amendment removing FLUM designations for parcels annexed by incorporated jurisdictions within Orange County

Amendment #2009-2-B-FLUE-1
Text amendment to FLUE Policy 1.1.2.1.A allocating additional lands in the urban service areas
(postponed to future cycle)

Amendment #2009-2-FLUE-2
Text amendment to the FLUE Policy 1.1.12.1.1

Amendment #2009-2-B-FLUE-3
Text amendment to create new Objective FLUE 2.4 and implementation of State Road 436/50 area

Amendment #2009-2-B-CONS-1 
Text amendment to Conservation Element Policy 1.7.8 in the Wekiva Area Study

Amendment #2009-2-B-OS-1
Text amendment to Open Space Element Policy 1.3.6

Amendment #2009-2-B-MMTD-1
Text amendment to Transportation Element to Amend objective 1.6 and related policies to the Multimodal transportation districts

Amendment #2009-2-ELSP-1
Text amendment to GOPS regarding the Innovation Way and modifying objective 8.4 and 8.5 policies and all associated policies Implementing Environmental Land Stewardship and Innovation Way ELSP

Amendment #2009-2-B-TRAN-1
Text amendment to transportation element creating new objectives and policies regarding Transportation Concurrency exceptions

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