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August 30, 2011 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS**

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COMMISSIONER'S REPORT

1. Commissioner Boyd wishes to discuss the USFWS Sand Skink Protocol Resolution.

B. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

1. Approval to allocate funding in the Fiscal Year 2011-12 budget for the projects in the attached Infrastructure and Community Projects Report. All Districts. (Fiscal and Business Services Division)

C. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Selection of UnitedHealthcare to provide Group Retiree Medicare Supplemental coverage. Also, selection of one firm and an alternate to provide Pharmacy Plan Request for Proposals Y11-1048, from the following firms, listed alphabetically: • Express Scripts, Inc.

  • UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company ([Office of Accountability Human Resources Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division)

2. Selection of one firm and two ranked alternates to provide Real Estate Representative Services, Request for Proposals Y11-1073-JS, from the following three firms, listed alphabetically:

  • ([Administrative Services Real Estate Management Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division)
  • CB Richard Ellis Grubb & Ellis Company Jones Lang LaSalle Brokerage, Inc.

D. COMMUNITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

1. Orlo Vista Ranger Residence Update

IV. RECOMMENDATIONS
August 4, 2011 Board of Zoning Adjustment Recommendations

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Comprehensive Plan

1. Transmittal of 2011-2 Regular Cycle Amendments

PRIVATELY INITIATED FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT MAP AMENDMENTS

2011-2-A-1-1 - Hal Marston, Eagle Summit Partners LLC/Classic Auto Parts and Cars, Inc LOR (Low Density Residential) to PD-ALF; District 1; continued from July 26, 2011

2011-2-A-1-2 - Momtaz Barq of Terra-Max Engineering for Chancellor Investments, LLC RS 1/1 to PD-C/O/LDR (RS); District 1; continued from July 26,2011

STAFF INITIATED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP AND TEXT AMENDMENTS

2011-2-B-FLUE-2 - T ext amendments to Future Land Use Element Policy FLUB.1;4 establishing the maximum densities and intensities for proposed Planned Developments within Orange County; continued from July 26, 2011

2011-2-B-CIE-1 -Text amendments to the Capital Improvements Element in accordance with the required annual CIE update; continued from July 26, 2011

2011-2-B-FLUM-1 Map amendment removing Future Land Use Map designations for parcels previously annexed by incorporated jurisdictions within. Orange County and assigning Future Land Use Map designations for those that were inadvertently removed; continued from July 26,2011

1. Transmittal of 2011-2 Regular Cycle Amendments (Continued) STAFF INITIATED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP AND TEXT AMENDMENTS

2011-2-B-FLUM-2 - (Countywide-Multiple Parcels) Map amendment to the Future Land Use Map consistent with Conservation Element Policy C1.4.4 to change the designations for Green PLACE properties from Rural (R) and/or Parks and Recreation/Open Space (PRlOS) to Preservation (PRES); continued from July 26,2011
2011-2-B-CONS-1 Text amendment to the Conservation Element Policy C1.2.16; continued from July 26, 2011

B. Ordinance

2. Creating Orange County Code, Section 2-458, establishing the Orange County Office of Ombudsman; continued from June 28,2011

3. Amending Orange County Code, Section 2-174, pertaining to Orange County Research and Development Authority; continued from June 28, 2011

C. Substantial Change

4. Applicant: Thomas Sullivan, CSB & S Planned Development (PD) Land Use Plan (LUP); amend plan; District 3; continued from August 2,2011

D. Preliminary Subdivision Plan

5. Oak Ridge Walmart (Store #5871-00) Preliminary Subdivision Plan, District 6

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