Orange County Government, Florida

Planning and Zoning

April 16, 2009 PZC Meeting

9:00 a.m. Call to Order
9:00 a.m. Approval of the Minutes
• March 19, 2009
9:00 a.m. Old Business

9:00 a.m. P&Z Rezoning Public Hearing(s)
RZ-09-03-010 (C-1 to C-2) James S. and Cecilia S. Nelson – District #2

9:00 a.m. P&Z Rezoning Public Hearing(s) – Planned Developments
RZ-08-07-044 (C-1 to PD) Van Nguyen for The Shoppes of Union Park PD – District #5

RZ-08-09-065 (A-2 to PD) Louis Garcia for Garcia Property PD – District #4

9:00 a.m. International Drive Preliminary Engineering Study – Public Hearing
Presented by: Frank Yokiel, Public Works Engineering Division

9:00 a.m. Amending the Village Code – Public Hearing
Presented by: Jim Ward, Planning Division

10:00 a.m. **Water Supply Facilities Work Plan
2008-1-B-WSFWP-1 – Staff Initiated Amendments to the text and Goals, Objectives, and Policies (GOPS) of the Future Land Use, Potable Water, Wastewater, Conservation, Aquifer Recharge, Capital Improvements, and Intergovernmental Coordination Elements incorporating changes to the Water Supply Plan and Adopting it by reference – Countywide

10:00 a.m. **2009 First Regular Cycle CPP Adoption – Evaluation and Appraisal Report (EAR) Based Amendments
2009-1-B-CPP-EAR – Staff Initiated Amendments to the following Comprehensive Policy Plan Elements: Future Land Use, Transportation, Stormwater, Wastewater/Potable Water/Reclaimed Water, Solid Waste, Conservation, Recreation, Housing, Fire Rescue, Aquifer Recharge, Intergovernmental Coordination, Neighborhood, Open Space, and Economic; in addition to all associated maps, including the Future Land Use Map – Countywide in addition to adding the following Capital Improvements Element Policy 1.3.14 (proposed as CIE 1.3.14 in Amendment 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR) to revise language to adopt
by reference the 2008-2009 Orange County Public Schools Capital Outlay Plan for 2008-2009 - Countywide.

1:00 p.m. ** 2009-2 Second Regular Cycle CPP Transmittal –Privately Initiated Amendments
2009-2-A-1-1 (ACR & LMDR (Buena Vista North Overlay District) to ACMU (Buena Vista North Overlay District), Foley & Lardner LLP for Carter-Orange 105 Sand Lake Land Trust – District #1

2009-2-A-2-1 (RS 1/1 to PD-C/RS 1du / 1ac /PR/OS (Zellwood Rural Settlement)), Dave Schmitt Engineering for ECP Grassmere LLC– District #2

2009-2-A-2-2 (R to PD-C/RS 1du / 1ac (Tangerine Rural Settlement Expansion), VHB for Project Orlando LLC-District #2

2009-2-A-2-3 (R to PD-C/RS 1du / 1ac (Zellwood Rural Settlement Expansion)), VHB for Lincoln Corn Farms-District #2

1:00 p.m. **2009-2 Second Regular Cycle CPP Transmittal– Staff Initiated Amendments

2009-2-B-FLUE-4 Text amendments to the Future Land Use Element editing and adding policies regarding the Lake Hart/Lake Whippoorwill Rural Settlement and the Narcoossee Road Study Corridor.

1:00 p.m. **2009-2 Second Regular Cycle CPP Transmittal –Privately Initiated Amendments
2009-2-A-4-1 (RS 1du /2 ac to PD-C/O (USA) & Removal from the Lake Hart/Lake Whippoorwill Rural Settlement)), Lowndes, Drosdick, Doster, Cantor, and Reed P.A. for Lake Nona Holdings LLC – District #4

1:00 p.m. **2009-2 Second Regular Cycle CPP Transmittal– Staff Initiated Amendments
2009-2-B-FLUM-1 Map amendment removing Future Land Use Map designations for parcels previously annexed by incorporated jurisdictions within Orange County.

2009-2-B-FLUE-1 Text amendment to the Future Land Use Element Policy 1.1.2.1.A (proposed as FLU1.2.4 in Amendment 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR).

2009-2-B-FLUE-2 Text amendment to the Future Land Use Element Policy 1.1.12.1.1 (proposed as FLU8.1.4 in Amendment 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR).

2009-2-B-FLUE-3 Text amendment to the Future Land Use Element to create new OBJ FLU2.4 and related policies regarding Small Area Studies and the implementation of the State Road 436/State Road 50 Area Redevelopment Plan.

2009-2 B-CONS-1 Text Amendment to the Conservation Element of the CPP regarding
Policy 1.7.8 in the Wekiva Study Area (proposed as C1.7.8 amendment
2009-1-B-CPP-EAR)
2009-2-B-OS-1 Text amendment to the Open Space Element Policy 1.3.6 (proposed as
OS1.3.6 in Amendment 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR)

2009-2-B-ELSP-1 Text amendments to the Goals, Objectives, and Policies of the Future Land Use Element regarding Innovation Way and modifying Objective 8.4 and Objective 8.5 (proposed as OBJ FLU5.4 and OBJ FLU5.5 in Amendment 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR) and all associated policies implementing the Environmental Land Stewardship Program (ELSP); as well as incorporating the Innovation Way ELSP Conceptual Map 2009 into the Future Land Use Map Series.

2009-2-B-MMTD-1 Text amendment to the Transportation Element to amend Objective 1.6 (proposed as OBJ T2.5 in Amendment 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR) and related policies regarding Multimodal Transportation Districts and to create new OBJ T2.6 changing the proposed OBJ T2.6 in Amendment 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR to OBJ T2.7 and OBJ T2.7 to OBJ T2.8; and related policies regarding the establishment of the Innovation Way Multimodal Transportation District; map amendment to the Transportation Element to amend Map 1 (proposed in Amendment 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR) regarding the establishment of the Innovation Way Multimodal Transportation District; Future Land Use Map amendment regarding the establishment of the Innovation Way Multimodal
Transportation District; text amendment to the Capital Improvements
Element to create new OBJ CIE1.9 and related policies regarding the
establishment of the Innovation Way Multimodal Transportation District;
amendment to the Capital Improvements Element to create a capital
improvements schedule for the Innovation Way Multimodal Transportation
District.

1:00 p.m. **2009 DRI Amendment CPP Transmittal – Exempt from the twice a year cycle

2009-D-4-1 (LMDR to PD-Industrial), MSCW for South Orange Properties Inc. (AIPO DRI); District #4

2009-2-B-FLUE-5 Text amendment to the Future Land Use Element Policy 1.1.12.1.1
(proposed as FLU8.1.4 in Amendment 2009-1-B-CPP-EAR).

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