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August 22, 2006 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation—District 5

Recognition-Dr. Phillips Students of Performing Arts

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS*

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

1. Performing Arts Center. Page 187

B. COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Approval of the Participation Agreement between Orange County and St. Johns River Water Management District in reference to the acquisition of the Land
South Hunters, LLC parcel,
contingent on approval of the 2007 budget authorizing the expenditure of funds for the named acquisition and resolution of issues relating to the perpetual maintenance of the former mitigation bank. District 5. (Environmental Protection Division) Page 188-195

C. COUNTY ATTORNEY

1. Approval of the proposed Settlement Agreement between Hunt Construction Group, Inc., Clark Construction Group, Inc. and Construct Two Construction Managers, Inc. ("HCC") and Orange County in the case Nash, Inc. v. Harper Mechanical, LLC, et a/.; Lapin Sheet Metal Company, Inc. v. Harper Mechanical, LLC, et a/.; Harper Mechanical LLC v. Hunt Construction Group, Inc., et a/.; Lapin Sheet Metal Company, Inc. v. John J. Kirlin, Inc.; Harper Mechanical, LLC, et al. v. John J. Kirlin, Inc., consolidated Case No. 04-CA-6800, and authorization for the Mayor to execute the Settlement Agreement and the releases. Page 196-233
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2. Approval of budget transfer 06C-9220. (Office of Management and Budget)
Page 230-231

3. Approval of CIP amendment 06C-9220. (Office of Management and Budget)
Page 232-233

CONSENT AGENDA- PULLED ITEM I.2
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IV. RECOMMENDATIONS

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Petitions to Vacate

1. Applicant: Eric Shultz; No. 05-43, drainage easement; District 2

2. Applicant: Reed Berlinsky; No. 06-19, utility easement; District 4

3. Applicant: Beverly M. Riley; No. 06-23, utility easement; District 2

B. Substantial Changes

4. Applicant: Charlie True, Isleworth Golf and Country Club Planned Development-lsleworth Golf and Country Club East Village Preliminary Subdivision; amend plan; District 1-continued from June 13, 2006

5. Applicant: Colette Wharton, Lake Cypress Cove Planned Development- Phases 2 & 3 Preliminary Subdivision; amend plan; District 1

6. Applicant: Colette Wharton, Lake Davis Reserve Preliminary Subdivision; amend plan; District 1

7. Applicant: Hal Kantor, Cypress Lakes Planned Development/Land Use Plan (PD/LUP); amend LUP; District 5

C. Planning and Zoning Commission Board-Called

8. Applicant: Thomas H. Skelton, Walker Estates Planned Development; Case RZ-05-12-155, June 15, 2006; District 2

9. Applicant: Mike Rich, MCP Retail Planned Development Amendment; Case RZ-06-03-038, June 15, 2006; District 5

10. Applicant: Donald M. Huber, Frye Center Planned Development; Case RZ-06-06-084, June 15, 2006; District 1

D. Board of Zoning Adjustment Board-Called

11. Applicant: Marling Locklin & Associates, Inc.; Item VA-06-06-001, June 1, 2006; District 6 - continued from August 8, 2006

12. Applicant: MTTM Corporation; Item VA-06-06-017, June 1, 2006; District 2

E. Conservation Area Impact

13. Applicant: Louis Seybold, Forsyth/Valencia, Class I Wetlands Permit, District 3

F. Substantial Change

14. Applicant: Steve Mellich, Forsyth/Valencia Parcel Phase 1 Preliminary Subdivision Plan; amend plan; District 3

G. Board of Zoning Adjustment Board-Called

15. Applicant: Mohamed Diab; Item SE-06-07-005, July 6, 2006; District 4

H. Comprehensive Policy Plan Transmittal

16. Water Supply Facilities Work Plan Amendment

I. Preliminary Engineering Study

17. Fiquette/Porter Road (including C.R. 535, Reams Road, Lake Hancock Road, McKinny Road in West Orange County), District 1

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