Orange County Government, Florida

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November 18, 2008 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation - District 5

Introduction of Dr. James H. Ammons, President of Florida A&M University

Presentation of FEMA National Flood Insurance Program Community Rating System Award

Recognition of members of the 2008 Employee Academy

Public Comment*

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

1. Approval of an Amendment of the 2008-2009 Annual Action Plan to include the Neighborhood Stabilization Program; approval of all required Certifications and Applications for Federal Assistance; and approval of two additional positions to support the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. All Districts. (Housing and Community Development Division)

2. Narcoossee Road — Lake Hart/Lake Whippoorwill Rural Settlement Study. District 4. (Planning Division)

B. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

1. Presentation of proposed revisions to the Orange County Subdivision
Regulations, and authorization to proceed with revisions to the Subdivision Regulations, Chapter 34, Article V, Orange County Code and the On-street Parking Ordinance, Chapter 30, Article XI, Orange County Code. All Districts. (Public Works Department)

III. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Petition to Vacate

1. Applicant: Ronald B. Irizarry; Petition to Vacate 08-28, portion of utility easement; District 4

B. Board of Zoning Adjustment Board-Called

2. Applicant: Avalon School; Case SE-08-09-001, September 4, 2008;
District 5

3. Appellant/Applicant: Heriberto Tamayo; Case VA-08-10-014, October 2, 2008; District 4

C. Conservation Area Impacts

4. Applicant: Dan Hagedorn, Class I Wetlands Permit, District 4

5. Applicant: Primera Iglesia Bautista de Orlando, Inc., Class I Wetlands
Permit, District 3

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