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December 18, 2007 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation - District 6

Art Lighting in the Chambers

Recognition of new public Safety Director Mike McCoy

Commissioner Segal speaks about the Secretary of Treasury

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS*

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

1. Election of Vice-Mayor for the 2008 calendar year. Page 300

2. Nomination of Sara R. Brady for reappointment as an Orange County
representative on the Orange County Library Board of Trustees or nomination of an individual to succeed her with a term effective January 1, 2008 and expiring December 31, 2011. (Agenda Development Office) Page 301-303

AND

Adjourn as the Orange County Board of County Commissioners and
convene as the Orange County Library District Governing Board

AND

3. Appointment of an Orange County representative to the Library Board of Trustees with a term effective January 1, 2008 and expiring December 31, 2010. (Agenda Development Office) Page 304
Adjourn as the Orange County Library District Governing Board and
reconvene as the Orange County Board of County Commissioners

AND

4. Reappointment of Rick Mellin and Vernice Atkins-Bradley to the Code
Enforcement Board with terms expiring December 31, 2010 or nomination and
appointment of individual(s) to succeed them. (Agenda Development Office) Page 305-307

AND

5. Reappointment of Ronald Rogers and Evelyn S. Rivera to the Membership and Mission Review Board with terms expiring December 31, 2009 or nomination and appointment of individual(s) to succeed them. (Agenda Development Office)
Page 308-310

AND


6. Reappointment of Rev. Kevin Seraaj and Debra Pierre to the Planning and Zoning Commission with terms expiring December 31, 2009 or nomination and appointment of individuals to succeed them. (Agenda Development Office)
Page 311-314

7. Selection of one firm and two alternates to provide Final Engineering Design Services for Texas Avenue (from 600 feet south of Oak Ridge Road Intersection to 300 feet south of Holden Avenue), Request for Proposals Y7-824-DB, from the following eight firms, listed alphabetically:
AVCON, Inc.
Corzo, Castella, Carballo, Thompson, Salman, PA
HNTB
Inwood Consulting Engineers, Inc.
Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc.
Lochrane Engineering, Inc.
PBS&J
Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc.
([Public Works Engineering Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 315-322

8. Isleworth Annexation

B. COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Animal Services Division Manager's 90-Day Report. (Animal Services Division)
Page 323

IV. EXECUTIVE SESSION
DUE TO THE NATURE OF THE DISCUSSION,
THIS MEETING IS NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

A. PUBLIC SAFETY

1. Discussion regarding the status of negotiations with the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 2057. Page 324
LOCATION: County Administrator's Fifth Floor Executive Conference Room TIME: 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

V. Resolution

Jerry Demings-Public Safety Director

VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Ordinances

1. Amending Orange County Code, Chapter 20, pertaining to local option financial disclosure - Health Facilities Authority

2. Amending Orange County Code, Chapter 2, pertaining to local option
financial disclosure - Research and Development Authority

3. Amending Orange County Code, Section 2-200.4, pertaining to local
option financial disclosure - Educational Facilities Authority

B. Ordinance/Comprehensive Policy Plan

4. Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2007-2 Regular Cycle and
Small-Scale Cycle Amendments

Part 1: REGULAR CYCLE AMENDMENTS

Privately Initiated Future Land Use

Amendment # 2007-2-A-1-1 Kathy Hattaway- HCI for WDW Co., RCID
Northeast Resort Parcel

Amendment* 2007-2-A-2-1 Dan O'Keefe, Esquire, Shutts and Bowen
Rural Aviation Village

Amendment # 2007-2-A-2-5 Ocoee Oaks Planned Development, Interior
LLC Ocoee Holdings

Amendment # 2007-2-A-4-1 Jim Hall VHB for Boggy Creek Assemblage

Amendment # 2007-2-A-6-1 Steve Blanton/ Craig and Audrey Pearlman

Amendment # 2006-2-A-1 -4 MSCW Inc/ Multiple Owners
Staff Initiated CPP Text Amendments

Staff Initiated CPP Text Ammendments

Amendment # 2007-2-B-FLUE-1 Text Amendment to the FLUE Policy

Expedited Small Scale Amendments

Amendment # 2007-2-S-1 -1 Vanasse Hangen Brustlin (VHB)

Amendment # 2007-2-S-1 -3 Steven Shea

Amendment # 2007-2-S-2-1 Intram Investments

Amendment # 2007-2-S-2-3 George Laman

Amendment # 2007-2-S-3-1 Ivey Planning Group

Amendment # 2007-2-S-3-2 Robert Tran, LLC

Small Scale Future Land Use Amendments

Amendment # 2007-2-S-1 -2 Kurst Construction

Amendment # 2007-2-S-2-2 The Brennan Law Firm

Amendment # 2007-2-S-3-5 Civil Engineering Group, Inc.

Amendment # 2007-2-S-3-6 Vanasse Hangen Brustlin

Amendment # 2007-2-S-4-1 Claudy Venant

Amendment # 2007-2-S-4-2 Pedro Diaz

Amendment # 2007-2-S-5-1 Terra-Max Engineering, Inc.

D. Ordinance/Comprehensive Policy Plan Amendment

5. Applicant: Duke Woodson, International Corporate Park (ICP)
Development of Regional Impact, LLC; Case 2005-1-D-4-1; ordinance
amending Orange County Code; District 4; continued from May 1 and
August 28, 2007

AND

E. Substantial Change

6. Applicant: Duke Woodson, International Corporate Park (ICP) Planned Development/ Development of Regional Impact/Land Use Plan; amend plan/Notice of Proposed Change to DRI/second amended and restated Development Order; District 4; continued from May 1 and August 28, 2007

F. Ordinance/Comprehensive Policy Plan Amendment

7. Ordinance amending Orange County Code, Comprehensive Policy Plan Amendment; Orange County Planning Division, Wekiva Study Area, 2006-1-B-CPP-1; District 2

G. Development Review Committee Appeal

8. Appellant: George Kalivretenos Applicant: Richard J. Reade, Savona Preliminary Subdivision, District 1; continued from August 14 and September 11, 2007

 

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