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August 29, 2006 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation—District 6

• Pledge of Allegiance

Presentation of proclamation designating September 8, 2006 as
"International Literacy Day"

Presentation of Mayor's Hero Awards

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS*

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY MAYOR'S REPORT

1. Burnham Institute. Page 174-175

B. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

1. Proposed Citrus Bowl Renovation. Page 176

C. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Selection of one firm and one alternate to provide Solid Waste Continuing Engineering Services, Request for Proposals Y6-904-PH, from the following two firms, listed alphabetically:

• SCS Engineers
• S2L, Incorporated ([Solid Waste Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 177-180

D. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

1. MyRegion.org - Update on Community Input Session. (Planning Division) Page 181

B. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR (continued)

2. Approval of Resolution solely for the purpose of Section 147(f) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended, covering the issuance by Florida Development Finance Corporation of Revenue bonds for a manufacturing project within Orange County, Florida, for the benefit of K. B. Lemieux, Ltd., which will own, construct and lease approximately 45,000 square feet of industrial space for the benefit of Superior Trim and Door and Diversified Windows, Inc. The approval resolution includes, as attachments, proof of publication for notice of public hearing and the minutes of the Public Hearing held pursuant to the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982, as amended. Page 182-187

D. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT (continued)

2. Board direction on whether to authorize the applicants to proceed with the required advertising for the Palazzo Del Lago LLC Community Development District and scheduling of the required public hearings. District 1. Page 188-189

Presentation of proclamation designating the month of September as
National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month

Presentation of proclamation recognizing Evans High School boys track
and field coach Greg Thompson for being named 2006 Florida Dairy
Farmers Boys Track and Field Coach of the Year

Ernesto Storm Update

The Board of County Commissioners will convene as the Orange
Blossom Trail Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA)

B. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR (Continued)

3. Approval of the CRA resolution to approve and adopt the proposed FY 2006-07 budget for the Orange Blossom Trail CRA. (Office of Management and Budget) Page 190-193

Adjourn as the Orange Blossom Trail Community
Redevelopment Agency (CRA)

IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Petitions to Vacate

1. Applicant: Charles M. Simmerman for Simmerman Properties, Inc., and
Bernard C. Muszynski; No. 06-15, 2 unnamed rights-of-way; District 1

2. Applicant: Orange County Public Works; Adm. No. 06-02, drainage
easement; District 1

B. Substantial Changes

3. Applicant: The Keewin Real Property Company, LLC; Zellwood Station
Planned Development-Zellwood Station Preliminary Subdivision; amend
plan; District 2-continued from August 8, 2006

4. Applicant: Rick Merkel, Rialto Planned Development/Land Use
Plan (PD/LUP); amend LUP; District 1-continued from August 8, 2006

C. Conservation Area Impact

5. Applicant: Randy Mejeur for JTAD Rialto, LLC; Spring Lake; permit;
District 1-continued from August 8, 2006

D. Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP)

6. The Rialto Planned Development-The Rialto PSP, District 1-continued
from August 8, 2006

E. Conservation Area Impact

7. Applicant: Waterford Trails Partnership, LLC, c/o Bio-Tech Consulting;
Class II Permit; District 4

F. Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP)

8. Colonial Sunflower Planned Development-Waterford Trails III PSP, District 4

G. Board of Zoning Adjustment Appeal

9. Appellant/Applicant: First Baptist Church of Central Florida, Item VA-06-08-007, August 3, 2006; District 1

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