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May 12, 2009 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

Invocation – District 2

Presentation of a proclamation designating May 31, 2009 as Indian Arrival Day

Presentation of a proclamation designation the month of May as Water Safety Awareness Month

Public Comment*

I. CONSENT AGENDA

Commissioners Comments/Announcements  

II.  INFORMATIONAL ITEMS*

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

1. Approval of an Amendment to the 2008-2009 Annual Action Plan to include the Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program; approval of required application and certifications for federal assistance. All Districts. (Housing and Community Development Division)

B. HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Primary Care Access Network Update. (Health Services Division)

C. PUBLIC SAFETY

1. Consumer Fraud Unit Annual Report. (Consumer Fraud Division)

IV. EXECUTIVE SESSION

IV1. Executive Session Comment On Mediated Settlement

Agreement With Perri Builders, Inc. Re: Lancaster Rd

Presentation of Employee Service Awards to: Rafael Villalobos (20), Shawn P. Steffenhagen (20) Facilities Management, Administrative Services;, Lavelle Renaye Shaw (20), Professional Services, Corrections; Carl H. Long III (30), Robert W. Saunders (30), Stacy L. McLean (20), Operations, Fire Rescue; Amelia Rice (30), Head Start, Health and Family Services; Robert B. Boyd (30), Water Reclamation, Utilities.

•Presentation of proclamation designation the month of May as Small Business Month

Presentation of  proclamation designating the week of May 9 through
May 17, 2009 as Travel and Tourism week

I. COUNTY ATTORNEY

1. Approval by the Board of the Mediated Settlement Agreement and authorization to settle both the construction and defamation cases filed by Perri Builders, Inc. related to the Lancaster Road project.

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT (Continued)

2. Approval of recommended strategy for processing Enclave Annexations via Interlocal Agreement. All Districts. (Government Relations)

V. RECOMMENDATIONS

April 16, 2009 Planning and Zoning Commission Recommendations

VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Municipal Service Taxing Unit/Benefit Units

1. Lake Sherwood Hills Grove Section and Noah's Ark Self Storage, amend for streetlighting; District 6

AND

2. Pickett's Cove, amend for streetlighting; District 5

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3. Martins Preserve, establish for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 2

4. Mandalay Subdivision, establish for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 5

B. Special Assessment Resolution

5. Resolution for collection of special assessment liens for one-time only lot cleaning, All Districts

C. Petition to Vacate

6. Applicant: Katrin Merenda; Petition to Vacate 09-02, portion of right-of-way; District 2

D. Planning and Zoning Commission Board-Called

7. Applicant: Sam J. Sebaali for Econ Place Planned Development; Case RZ-08-10-068, March 19, 2009; District 3

E. Substantial Change

8. Applicant: Constance Owens of TRI³ Civil Engineering Design Studio, Inc., South Orlando Urban Center Planned Development (PD) Land Use Plan (LUP); amend plan; District 4

F. Substantial Change

9. Applicant: David Kelly, Crockett Development Property LLC, Airport South Planned Development (PD) Land Use Plan (LUP); amend plan; District 4

G. Shoreline Alterations/Dredge and Fill

10. Applicant: Clifford Goeller, Lake Hart, after-the-fact permit; District 4

11. Applicant: John and Linda Morton, Lake Hart, after-the-fact permit; District 4

12. Applicant: Tom Tanenbaum, Lake Hart, after-the-fact permit; District 4

13. Applicant: Bigwater Partners LLC and R and K Investments, Lake Hancock, permit; District 1

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