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June 21, 2011 Board of County Commissioners Meeting

I. CONSENT AGENDA

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS**

III. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. GROWTH MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT

1. 2011 Florida Legislative Impacts on Growth Management.

2. Board direction regarding the Transportation Impact Fee Update and subsequent application of modified mobility lirnpact fee structure. (Transportation Planning Division)

B. OFFICE OF PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT AND CITIZEN ADVOCACY

1. Approval of the Neighborhood Pride Grants Program. (Neighborhood Preservation and Revitalization Division)

C. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

1. Landscaping Program. (Public Works Department)

D. UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

1. Approval to establish the haulers compensation rates as listed and set the MSBU at $235 for Program Year 2012 and authorization to include the Tentative Mandatory Refuse Collection Rate of $235 on the 2011 Notice of Proposed Taxes. (Solid Waste Division)

E. COUNTY COMPTROLLER

1. Selection of one firm and two ranked alternates to provide Audit Services under Request for Proposals Y11-1053, from the following firms, listed in Audit Committee ranking order. Further recommend the Board authorize negotiation and execution of the final contract by the purchasing and Contracts Division within budget for a contract term of one year with four 1-year renewals. #1 ranked -Cherry, Bekaert & Holland, LLP #2 ranked -Moore Stephens Lovelace, PA #3 ranked -Ernst &Young LLP (Finance/Accounting

Presentation of Employee Service Awards to: Edward Doncourt Brett Jr. (20), Public Safety Communications, Office of Accountability; Dianna L. Batchelor (20), John Judson Connell (20), Parks and Recreation, Melvin Pittman (35), Department Office, Community and Environmental Services; Debbie Jean Jenkins Jacobs (20), Kenneth L. Demmo (20), Human Resources, Sarah L. Higgins Williams (25), Professional Services, Corrections; Stacy Aponte (25), Medical Clinic, Health Services; Vernon J. Carruthers (25), Public Works; Joseph L. Bourgeau (25), Water Reclamation, Dilsaz A. Walji (25), Fiscal and Administrative Support, Utilities

Presentation of Energy and Sustainability Awards to Environmental Protection Division

IV. PUBLIC HEARINGS

A. Municipal Service Taxing Unit/Benefit Unit

1. Cypress Springs Area, amend for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 4

B. Petition to Vacate

2. Applicant: A. Tom Harb, P.E., on behalf of Orchid Bay Development, LLC; Petition to Vacate 10-03, three 20' wide drainage easements; District 1

C. Ordinance

3. Amending Orange County Code, Chapter 35, pertaining to parking

D. Ordinance/Comprehensive Plan

4. Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2010-2030 Development Amendments and Ordinance pertaining to amendments to the Comprehensive Plan

Small Scale development

2011-1-S-2-1 Paul & Beverly Shiver

Low Medium Density Residential (LMDR) to Office (0)

2011-1-S-3-1 East Colonial Holdings, LLC/Sean Woodard Planned Development-Office (PD-O) to Planned Development-Commercial/Office (PD-C/O)

2011-1-S-3-2 Laselt Hair Removal Corporation/ Dulce Canaveral Low Medium Density Residential (LMDR) to Commercial (C)

2011-1-S-5-1 Mathew & Karin Thilmony Low Medium Density Residential (LMDR) to Planned Development-Commercial (PD-C)

E. Remedial Ordinance/Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Compliance Agreement

5. Ordinance amending Orange County Code, 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan; and Compliance Agreement with the State of Florida Department of Community Affairs, 2010-1-A-2-1; District 2

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