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September 19, 2006 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation—District 1

• Pledge of Allegiance

Presentation of the "Heart Ready County Award" by the American Heart Association

Presentation of National Arts Program and Employee Performing Arts
Contest Awards

I. CONSENT AGENDA

C. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

3. Approval of CIP amendments 06C-9217, 06C-9232, and 06C-9235. (Office of Management and Budget) Page 49-52 Worldwide Services. ([Purchasing and Contracts Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 81-82

H. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

1. Approval of an Interlocal Agreement between Orange County, Reedy Creek Improvement District, Walt Disney World Company, and Walt Disney World Hospitality and Recreation Corporation related to a de-annexation and processing of a Comprehensive Policy Plan amendment. District 1. (Planning Division) Page 126-145

II. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

1. Presentation regarding Economic Impact of Community Facilities. Page 317-323

II.A.1. Continued

2. Presentation regarding Invest in Orange County: Our Children's Legacy Initiative. Page 324

II.A.2. Continued

B. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Selection of one firm and one alternate to provide Design Services for East Orange Environmental Center, Request for Proposals Y6-813-JC, from the following two firms, listed alphabetically:

• Rhodes & Brito Architects, Inc.
• Kha Le-Huu & Partners
([Capital Projects Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 325-328

III. RECOMMENDATIONS

September 7, 2006, Board of Zoning Adjustment Recommendations

II. DISCUSSION AGENDA (continued)

C. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

1. MSBU Retention Pond Presentation (Public Works Department) Page 329
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IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Municipal Service Taxing Unit/Benefit Units (MSTU/BUs)

1. Summerport Village Center Phase 1, amend existing reimbursable
retention pond(s) to County maintained retention pond(s); District 1

2. Summerport Phases 1-5, amend existing reimbursable retention pond(s) to County maintained retention pond(s); District 1

3. Saddlebrook A Replat, amend existing reimbursable retention pond(s) to County maintained retention pond(s); District 1

B. Substantial Change

4. Applicant: Miranda F. Fitzgerald, Southchase Planned Development/
Development of Regional Impact/Land Use Plan (PD/DRI/LUP);
Notice of
Proposed Change to DRI, amend LUP, 10th Amended Development Order; District 4

C. Board of Zoning Adjustment Appeal

5. Appellant/Applicant: Gus Efthimiou; Item ZM-06-05-003, May 4, 2006;
District 3-continued from July 11 and August 8, 2006

D. Substantial Change

6. Applicant: Richard W. Unger, Weber Lakes Planned Development/Land Use Plan (PD/ LUP); amend plan; District 4

E. Planning and Zoning Commission Board-Called

7. Applicant: Joel R. West, Valencia Community College Planned
Development; Case RZ-05-09-109, April 20, 2006; District 1-continued
from June 13 and August 1, 2006

8. Applicant: Aaron Gorovitz, Lake Underhill Road/Dean Creek Lane
Planned Development; Case RZ-05-05-069, July 24, 2006; District 4

F. Planning and Zoning Commission Appeal and Board-Called

9. Appellant/Applicant: Antoun Rahbany, University Professional Center
Planned Development; Case RZ-05-07-089, July 24, 2006; District 5

G. Substantial Change

10. Applicant: John Adams, Lake Austin Planned Development/Land Use
Plan (PD/LUP); amend LUP; District 1

IV.G.10 Continued

H. Shoreline Alteration/Dredge Fill

11. Applicants: William Tinsley, Lake Tibet Butler, permit, District 1

I. Shoreline Alteration/Dredge Fill

12. Applicants: Brett Swaim and Marion Weber, Lake Odell, after-the-fact
permit, District 1

J. Budget

13. Amending Fiscal Year 2005-2006 Impact Fees Fund

2nd Library Budget Public Hearing

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