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May 1, 2007 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation - District 6
Presentation of proclamation designating May 3, 2007 as "National Day of Prayer"
Presentation of proclamation designating May 1, 2007 as "Law Day"

I  CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
1. Approval of a Resolution of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners Regarding the Issuance of Tourist Development Tax Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2007; and of a Resolution of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners Regarding the Issuance of Tourist Development Tax Refunding Revenue Bonds, Series 2007A. (Fiscal and Business Services Division) Page 122-158

2. Selection of one firm and two ranked alternates to provide Design Services for Prototype Recreation Facility, Request for Proposals Y7-812-CD, from the following three firms, listed alphabetically:
• MRI Architectural Group, Inc.
• Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Inc.
• Scott Partnership, Inc.
([Capital Projects Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 159-164

3. Selection of one firm and two ranked alternates to provide Industrial Hygiene Consulting Services, Request for Proposals Y7-1015-NW, from the following four firms, listed alphabetically:
• EE&G Environmental Services, LLC
• GLE Associates
• MACTEC Engineering and Consulting, Inc.
• Terracon Consultants, Inc. ([Risk Management Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 165-167

4. Selection of one firm and two ranked alternates to provide Final Engineering Design Services for Valencia College Lane (from Goldenrod Road to 700 feet west of Econlockhatchee Trail), Request for Proposals Y7-809-DB, from the following four firms, listed alphabetically:
• Bowyer Singleton and Associates, Inc.
• Inwood Consulting Engineers
• Metric Engineers, Inc.
• Reynolds, Smith and Hill, Inc.
([Public Works Engineering Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division)
Page 168-173

5. Selection of three firms and one alternate to provide Continuing Engineering Services for Right-of-Way Acquisition and Eminent Domain Services, Request for Proposals Y7-903-DB, from the following four firms, listed alphabetically:
• GAI Consultants, Inc.
• HDR Engineering, Inc.
• Kelly, Collins and Gentry, Inc.
• Professional Engineering Consultants, Inc.
([Public Works Engineering Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division)
Page174-179

B. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
1. Presentation of Orange County Public School Impact Fee Study Final Report and 1) authorization for the School Impact Fee Advisory Group (SIFAG) to review the study prior to review by the Local Planning Agency/Planning and Zoning Commission and the Board of County Commissioners; and 2) approval of the School Board's appointment of Douglas Kelly to succeed Scott Justice and the Home Builders Association's appointment of Jim Cooper to succeed Bill Silliman
on the SIFAG. (Planning Division) Page 180-230

C. HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT
1. Citizens' Commission for Children Annual Report. (Citizens' Commission for Children Division) Page 231

Presentation of proclamation designating the month of May as "Clean Air Month"

IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Municipal Service Taxing Unit/Benefit Unit
1. Avalon Park Northwest Village Phases 1 through 4 and Phase 5, A Replat; amend for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 4

AND

2. Avalon Park Area Subdivisions, amend for streetlighting, District 4

AND

3. Avalon Park Area Master Roads, amend for streetlighting, District 4

AND

4. Windrose at Southmeadow Units 1 and 2, Rosewood Unit 1; amend for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlighting; District 4

AND

5. Braemar, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlighting, District 1

AND

6. Enclave at Berkshire Park and Lake Sawyer South Phase 1, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlighting, District 1

AND

7. Enclave at Hiawassee, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlighting, District 2

AND

8. Enclave at Lake Jean, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlighting, District 5

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9. Fisher Plantation, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlighting, District 2

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10. Grande Pines, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlighting, District 1

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11. Thornhill, A Replat; establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlighting; District 1

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12. Venezia, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance and streetlightinq District 1

B. Petition to Vacate Public Hearings
13. Applicant: Carol Behan; No. 06-32, portion of alley; District 3
14. Applicant: Michael J. Grindstaff for Robert C. Sinclair; No. 06-41, portion of right-of-way; District 5

C. Ordinance Public Hearing


15. Amending Orange County Code, Chapter 15, Article II, Section 15-38, appeals from actions or decisions of the Environmental Protection Officer

D. Substantial Change Public Hearing


16. Applicant: Shaun Ferguson, World Gateway Planned Development/Land Use Plan; amend plan; District 1
Public hearings scheduled for 3:00 p.m.

E. Ordinance/Comprehensive Policy Plan Amendment Public Hearing

17. 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

AND


F. Substantial Change Public Hearing


18. 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

G. Conservation Area Impact Public Hearing

19. Applicant: Lake Pickett, LLP/Lake Pickett Reserve, permit, District 5

AND

H. Preliminary Subdivision Plan Public Hearing

20. Lake Pickett Reserve Preliminary Subdivision, District 5 Ordinance Public Hearing

21. Enacting Orange County Code, Chapter 21, Article VIII, Block Party
Ordinance affecting the unincorporated area

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