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February 20, 2007 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation - Mayor Crotty

Presentation of resolution recognizing Billie L. Dean for his service to the community

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS*

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

1. Selection of one firm and one alternate to provide Engineering Services for the Solid Waste Northwest Transfer Station, Request for Proposals Y7-801-PH, from the following two firms listed alphabetically:

• HDR Engineering, Inc.

• S2L, Incorporated
([Solid Waste Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 96-99

B. PUBLIC SAFETY

1. 1) Acceptance and approval of the final recommendations of the Sheriff's Management Study conducted by Matrix Consulting Group; 2) approval to spend $1.3 million from the County's General Fund Reserves to be supplemented by $1 million from the Sheriff's current budget to allow the Sheriff to fund a Violent Crime Initiative Program for the remainder of the current fiscal year and execution of a Memorandum of
Understanding between Orange County and the Orange County Sheriff's Office; and 3) approval of Budget Transfer #07C-1059 to increase the Sheriff's overtime budget for
FY2006-07. Page 100-103

III.B.1  (CONTINUED)

F. COMMUNITY & ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES

1. Authorize crime prevention trust funds for targeted law enforcement initiative

C. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT

1, Approval of a resolution supporting restoration of funding to continue and expand the U.S. Department of Justice Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Grant Program. Page 104-108

D. UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

1. Approval to authorize payments up to $14,000,000 for the Utility Work associated with the State Road 50 Construction Project between State Road 436 and State Road 417. District 3. (Engineering Division) Page 109

C. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT

2. Presentation regarding Work Force Housing Task Force Legislative Priority - Workforce Housing Pilot Program. Page 110

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

2. Appointment of an individual to succeed Dr. Kirsten B. Carter on the Planning and Zoning Commission with a term expiring December 31, 2007. (Agenda Development Office) Page 111-116

D. HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Regional History Center Annual Report. No action requested. (History Center Division) Page 117

Commissioner Segal Announcement

IV. RECOMMENDATIONS

February 1, 2007, Board of Zoning Adjustment Recommendations

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Petition to Vacate

1. Applicant: William E. Bar-field, D.R. Morton, Inc.; No. 06-42, drainage
easement; District 2

B. Municipal Service Taxing Unit/Benefit Unit (MSTU/BU)

2. Notice of Intent Resolution to Use the Uniform Ad Valorem Method of
Collection of Non-Ad Valorem Assessments, All Districts

C. Preliminary Subdivision Plans (PSPs)

3. Trimble Park Planned Development (PD)-Trimble Park PSP, District 2

4. Kellogg Estates Planned Development (PD)-Clarcona Reserve PSP, District 2

5. Avalon Park Planned Development (PD)-Avalon Park Towncenter Tract
26B Live-Work Units PSP, District 4

D. Board of Zoning Adjustment Appeal

6. Appellant: Denny Shiver
Applicant: Tammie Pickard; ZM-06-11-022, December 7, 2006; District 2

E. Planning and Zoning Commission Board-Called

7. Applicant: Geoffrey Summitt for Lake Conway Townhomes Planned
Development; Case RZ-06-08-101, December 21, 2006; District 4

8. Applicant: Hector Mata for Blanca Garces; Case RZ-06-11-142,
December 21, 2006; District 4

F. Planning and Zoning Commission Appeal

9. Appellant/Applicant: Wen Hui Lai for Aidjing Chen Lai; Case RZ-06-11-144, December 21, 2006; District 4

G. Shoreline Alteration/Dredge Fill

10. Applicant: Mildred Blaydes, Lake Jessamine, permit, District 4

11. Applicant: David Deeds, Lake Tibet-Butler, permit, District 1

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