SEMINOLE COUNTY

BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 

AGENDA

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2003

COUNTY SERVICES BUILDING

BCC CHAMBERS – ROOM 1028

1101 EAST FIRST STREET

SANFORD, FLORIDA

 

Convene BCC Meeting at 9:30 A.M.

 
Opening Ceremonies

·        Invocation

·        Pledge of Allegiance

Awards and Presentations:

1.

Resolution - commending Ira C. Barrow, Road Operations Manager, Public Works Department, for his eight years of service to Seminole County.

 

Consent Agenda

·        County Manager’s Consent Agenda (Items No. 2 – 57A)

 

Economic Development (William McDermott)

2.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Letter of Understanding between O-Force and Seminole County for services provided through the Prime Skills Program and authorize payment in the amount of $30,500, and approve and execute accompanying Budget Amendment Request. 

3.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Agreement between the County and Seminole Community College (SCC) and proceed with disbursing the 2003-04 payment to SCC in the amount of $100,000 as stipulated in the economic development program budget for services provided through the Small Business Development Center and the Seminole Technology Business Incubation Center.

   

 

 

 

Environmental Services (Bob Adolphe, Director)

Business Office (Bob Briggs, Manager)

4.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Release of Sewer Capacity (1,654 gpd) between Seminole County and Charles W. Clayton Jr., and W. Malcolm Clayton, Trustees for the project known as Willa Springs Commercial.  District – 1 Maloy  (Becky Noggle)

5.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Exhibit “G” amendments to Conditional Utility Agreements for Sewer Service with Mikler Road Development LLC for oversizing and extension of off-site sewer facilities to Mikler Lake Subdivision.  (Mike Harber)

Fiscal Services (Lisa Spriggs, Director)

6.

Adopt Resolution to ratify issuance by the Orange County Housing Finance Authority of multi-family mortgage revenue bonds for a proposed multi-family development in Seminole County, on behalf of Seminole County.

Administration

7.

Approve the submission of the FEMA 2003 Fire Prevention and Safety Grant proposal.  The total project cost is $84,591 with a Federal request of $59,214 and an applicant share of $25,377 (70% - 30% match).  Applicant’s source of funding includes Seminole County Safe Kids Coalition and budgeted costs.  (Lee Bailey)

8.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Interlocal Agreement with the City of Winter Springs, relating to the collection of occupational license taxes in Seminole County.  (Lin Polk)

9.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Seminole County Planning and Development Department Fee Resolution reorganizing categories of building and inspection fees and related administrative charges and implement appropriate building and inspection fees for services provided and amending the current Fee Resolution 2002-R-181.  (Lin Polk)

Add On 9A

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute approval to submit a competitive grant proposal, Seminole County Survey Update, to the Division of Historical Resources through its Small Matching Grant Cycle ending December 15, 2003. (Lee Bailey)

Budget (Lisa Spriggs, Director)

10.

FY 2002/03

BCR #03-84 – $1,886,851 – Various Departments – Various Funds.   FY 2002/03 year end cleanup of accounts.  All deficiencies are covered by available funds within the department’s budgetary accounts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

11.

FY 2003/04

BCR #04-01 – $100,000 – Judicial – Public Defender/Circuit Court Costs – Fund: 00100 – General Fund / 01270 Criminal Justice Trust Fund.   Funds are being directed by the Finance Department to be moved for the purpose of tracking specific professional services required in the County’s fiscal reporting.  These adjustments involve splitting the attorney billings (Expert Witness Fees, Clinical Evaluations, Travel and Per Diem, Court Interpreters) in order to track expenditures for Article V data.

12.

BCR #04-02 – $14,900 – Planning & Development – Community Resources – Fund: 11901 – CDBG Grant Fund.   Transfer CDBG funds to compensate for construction costs to alleviate drainage problem affecting the Midway Playground from available funding under the Bookertown improvements project.

13.

BCR #04-03 – $100,000 – Public Works – Traffic Engineering – Fund: 11541 – 2001 Renewed Sales Tax Fund.   A recent evaluation of existing fiber optic infrastructures has identified capacity issues along certain corridors.  Two significant capacity issues that must be addressed are the SR 434 Corridor (between Markham Woods Road and CR 427) and the 17/92 corridor (between SR 436 and SR 419).  New parallel cables would be over-lashed to existing cables thereby increasing capacity.  Funding is available from the previously planned extension of cable along the CR 427 corridor; this project has a lower priority and can be addressed in future years.

14.

BCR #04-04 – $40,000 – Public Works – Engineering – Fund: 32100 – Natural Land Development 2001 Fund.   The Markham Trailhead construction bid award is on the Purchasing agenda.  A corresponding budget adjustment is needed to provide a local funding supplement to cover the $17,872 difference between the project’s FDOT grant award of $500,000 (received into the Transportation Trust Fund) and the lowest construction bid received.  Supplemental funding of $22,128 is also needed to cover CEI support costs including materials and construction phase testing for the trail head.  Funding to cover this $40,000 in additional project expense is available in the Natural Lands Bond Fund.  Request approval to establish a second Markham Trailhead project in the Natural Lands Bond Fund to cover this additional project expense.

   

 

15.

Budget Amendment Request, $20,000 – Library & Leisure Services: 00100 – General Fund.  At the close of FY 2002/03 a balance of $35,000 remained in the Museum Renovation Project.  Of that amount, $15,000 was transferred to the Museum’s operating budget to contribute towards the funding of a new position.  The remaining $20,000 was rolled over into General Fund contingency.  This action transfers the $20,000 into the project budget.  Additional project related costs are anticipated to provide an audiovisual security monitoring system.  The budgetary balance remaining in General Fund Reserves after this transfer is $5, 919,365.

16.

Budget Amendment Request, $12,676 – Judicial: 00100 – General Fund.  Due to State budget shortfalls, grant-in-aid funding for Civil Traffic Infraction Court has been modified.  Therefore, in-kind service will be reduced.  The grant was decreased to $16,183 of which $6,659 was expended in the 2002/03 fiscal year (the State fiscal year runs from July 1 – June 30), leaving a balance of $9,524 to be budgeted to the current fiscal year.  As of the current fiscal year the County will be matching this grant with in-kind services provided through the salaries of one Sheriff’s Deputy and one Deputy Clerk.  This transaction will result in a transfer of $12,676 to the General Fund Contingency account line.

MSBU (Kathy Moore)

17.

Authorize scheduling and advertising Public Hearing for the adoption of a Resolution establishing Seminole County’s intent to adopt the uniform method of collecting non-advalorem assessments.  Request date of  February 10, 2004.

Purchasing (Ray Hooper, Manager)

18.

Award CC-1219-03/TLC – Markham Trailhead Facility – Seminole Wekiva Trail to Marbek Constructors, Inc., Orlando ($517,871.95)

19.

Approve Change Order #3 to CC-1210-03/BJC – Orange Boulevard Hydraulic Loop Project, with Prime Construction Group, Inc. of Orlando ($77,354.22) (Time Extension).

20.

Approve Change Order #3 to FC-1156-01/BJC – C.R. 427 – Phase I (from S.R. 436 to North Street), with Southland Construction, Inc., Apopka ($350,098.42) (Time Extension).

21.

Approve Amendment #1 to Work Order #61 – Palm Springs Road Paving, FC-1139-00/BJC – Public Works Minor Construction under $500,000 with Central Florida Environmental, Longwood ($8,566.86).

22.

Accept and authorize the Chairman to execute the Certificate of Final Completion for CC-1190-02/BJC – Southeast Regional/Lake Hayes Water Transmission Main – Phase I, with Garney Construction, Inc., (Certificate of Completion).

23.

Approve ranking list for PS-5149-03/BJC –Agreement for CEI Services for Markham Woods Road Three Laning from Springs Landing Blvd. to E E Williamson Road and award an Agreement to HNTB Corporation, Orlando (Not-to-Exceed $400,000.00).

24.

Waive the procurement process and authorize the issuance of Work Order Two under PS-599-01/BJC to Glatting, Jackson, Kercher, Anglin, Lopez & Rinehart, Inc. of Orlando, FL (Not-to-Exceed $50,000.00).

25.

Approve Amendment #2 to PS-527-98/BJC – Construction Engineering and Inspection (CE&I) Services for C.R. 427 – Phase I, with Earth Tech Consulting Inc., Orlando ($255,437.43).

26.

Approve the First Renewal for RFP-4173-02/BJC – Closing Agent/Title Search Services, with American Acquisition Title, Tampa (January 18, 2004 through January 17, 2005) (Not-to -Exceed $600,000.00 per year).

27.

Accept and authorize the Chairman to execute the Certificate of Completion for RFP-4115-01/BJC – Remediation of Public Safety Building with Wharton-Smith, Inc., Lake Monroe (Certificate of Completion).

28.

Approve Amendment Three to RFP-4128-01/BJC – Professional Appraisal Services for Lake Drive Road Improvement Project, to Clayton, Roper & Marshall, Inc., Altamonte Springs ($225,000.00).

29.

Approve Amendment One to RFP-4129-01/BJC – Right-of-Way Acquisition Services for Lake Drive Road Improvement, to PBS&J, Orlando  ($20,892.00).

30.

Award RFP-4201-03/JVP – Procurement and Installation Coordination of the Seminole County Criminal Justice Facility Furniture, to Thomas W. Ruff & Co., Maitland ($752,310.97).

31.

Approve Amendment #1 to A/B-388-00/JVP – Term Contract for Traffic Barricades, with Bob’s Barricades, Orlando (Not-to-Exceed $125,000.00).

32.

Waive the procurement process, approve Sole Source Procurement and authorize the issuance of Purchase Orders for the Comprehensive Support for Wonderware software for the Water and Sewer Division on an as needed basis, with Insource Software Solutions, Inc., Richmond, VA (Not-to-Exceed $60,000.00 for three [3] year period).

33.

Authorize Proprietary Source Procurement and authorize the issuance of a Purchase Order for Level Transmitters for Water and Sewer Division, with Blue Ribbon Industrial Components Corporation, Winter Park ($105,000 for a three (3) year period).

34.

Approve Amendment #1 to M-355-03/BJC – Northwest Area Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility Sodium Hypochlorite Feed System with Reiss Environmental, Winter Park ($5,000.00).

35.

Report of an Emergency Purchase Order (EPO) for corrections of leaking problems at the Seminole County Courthouse Facility, with W.W. Gay Mechanical Contractor, Orlando ($60,341.31).

Library & Leisure Services (Suzy Goldman, Director)

36.

Approve easement request from Florida Power to install baseball field lighting at Soldier’s Creek Park. 

Planning & Development (Don Fisher, Director)

Community Resources (Colleen Rotella, Manager)

37.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute five Satisfactions of Second Mortgage for households assisted under the SHIP Program’s Home Ownership Assistance Program.  (Annie Knight)

38.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the 1st  Amendment to the Interlocal Agreement with the City of Oviedo for Phase 3 Infrastructure Improvements to the Avenue B target area of Oviedo.  District – 2 Morris (Buddy Balagia)

39.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute revised SHIP Subrecipient Agreement with the Center for Affordable Housing, Inc. for an extension of six (6) months due to engineering modifications to the original plans and the review period required by the City of Sanford to issue permits, the time required for performance of the Agreement and the SHIP statutory affordability.  (Gilbert Monasterios)

40.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Caretaker Agreement between Seminole County and Joseph Sweeney, Sergeant with the Seminole County Sheriff’s Department, to fill the vacancy at the Lake Proctor Wilderness Area. District 2 – Morris (Jim Duby)

41.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Grant Contract between Seminole County and Florida Communities Trust for acquisition of the Woodland Park Property.  District 5 – McLain (Craig Shadrix)

42.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Grant Contract between Seminole County and Florida Communities Trust for acquisition of the Jetta Point Property.  District 2 – Morris (Craig Shadrix)

Development Review (Mahmoud Najda)

43.

Adopt Resolution to accept Warranty Deed and cancel property taxes for land donated as right-of-way on C-15 (Upsala Road) from Upsala Executive Centre Inc.  District 5 – McLain (Jean Abi-Aoun)

44.

Authorize release of Performance Bonds (1) No. B21868210 (Gulf Insurance Company); in the amount of $328,986.96 (roads) dated April 03, 2003 for Lake Forest Section 12B; (2) Performance Bond No, B21868211 (Gulf Insurance Company); in the amount of $45,370.71 (water and sewer) dated April 03, 2003 for Lake Forest Section 12B.   District – 5 McLain  (Cynthia Sweet)

 

45.

Authorize Release of Performance Bond No. 6187344 (Safeco Insurance Company); in the amount of $135,046.00 (roads, streets, drainage, water and sewer) dated November 21, 2000 for Osprey Lakes Phases 2 & 3.  District – 1 Maloy  (Michael Rumer)

46.

Approve Final Plat for Ashford Park Townhomes, Replat One, containing 158 residential lots zoned PUD on a 15.197 acre parcel within the Trinity Retail Center Planned Unit Development located at the south end of Tuskawilla Road and south side of Aloma Avenue (SR 426) and approximately ¼ mile west of SR 417.  District – 1 Maloy  (Cynthia Sweet)

47.

Approve Final Plat for Lake Markham Preserve Phase Two containing 11 single family residential lots zoned A-1 (Agriculture) on an 18.12 acre parcel located at the southwest corner of Lake Markham Road and Markham Road, approximately 2 miles south of SR 46.  District 5 – McLain (Cynthia Sweet)

Planning (Matt West, Manager)

48.

Approve transmittal of the Interlocal Service Delivery Agreement Report (ISDAR) required by Chapter 2002-296, Laws of Florida, to the Florida Department of Community Affairs for review and comment.  (Note: Due to the substantial length of this agenda item, the backup is located in the County Manager’s Office for review.  Please contact Sharon Peters at 407-665-7211).

49.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between Seminole County, Workforce Central Florida and Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX) for Lake Mary Boulevard fixed bus route service.  District– 2 Morris,

District - 4 Henley and District – 5 McLain  (Alice Gilmartin)

Public Safety (Ken Roberts, Director)

Emergency Management (Joe McCluan)

50.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Revision of the Planning Grant to revise the Local Mitigation Strategy Plan to comply with the Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000.

EMS/Fire/Rescue (Terry Schenk)

51.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Sub-Recipient Agreement between the Florida Department of Health and the Seminole County EMS/Fire/Rescue Division for receipt of EMS supplies for use in response to weapons of mass destruction (WMD) incidents.

52.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute EMS Matching Fund Grant Application to propose upgrades to 25 of the current Lifepack 12 monitor/defibrillators with end-tidal CO2 capnography detection equipment. 

 

 

 

   

 

 

Public Works (Gary Johnson)

Engineering (Jerry McCollum, County Engineer)

53.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute the Airspace Agreement with the Florida Department of Transportation in conjunction with the construction of the Cross Seminole Trail Overpass at State Road 434.  District – 2 Morris  (David Martin, P.E.)

Road Operations/Stormwater (Mark Flomerfelt, Manager)

54.

Authorize release of the following Road Maintenance Bonds:  (1) #3SM04422300 ($2,360.00) for The Sanctuary PUD Phase 1 Project;.  District – 1 Maloy

(1)  #6134075 ($17,081.00) for the Magnolia Plantation Phase 3 Project.  District – 5 McLain

Traffic Engineering (Melonie Barrington)

55.

Adopt Resolution for modification of the speed limit on Longwood Markham Road and Markham Road from State Road 46 to Orange Boulevard.

Tourism Development (Suzan Bunn, Director)

56.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Agreement between Seminole County and the Scottish-American Society of Central Florida, Inc., in the amount of $25,000.00. 

57.

Adopt Resolution as required by Florida Statute, the Tourist Development Council (TDC) Policy and Procedures for Most Populous City Representation. 

Administrative Services (Jamie Croteau)

Add-On

57A

Approve request to declare surplus and competitively bid 1.6 acres of land with two multi-family structures, known as parcel 26-21-30-300-0010-0000, 3790 Dike Road, Winter Park and authorize County Manager to establish minimum bid based on appraised value.  District – 1 Maloy  (Meloney Lung)

·       County Attorney’s Consent Agenda (Items No. 58 – 64)

 

Litigation

58.

Taylor Property - Approve proposed settlement in the amount of $5,000.00, inclusive of fees and costs, relating to a code enforcement lien accrued at 2140 Oak Drive, Longwood. Judge Mclntosh

 

59.

David Lee’s Property - Approve issuance of Offer of Judgment relating to Parcel Number 152 of the Airport Boulevard Phase Ill road improvement project, located on the northeast corner of Bevier Road and St. Johns Parkway, in the amount of $84,000.00, exclusive of attorney’s fees and costs. Judge Simmons.

 

 

Property Acquisition

 

60.

Sturbridge Oaks Community Association/Resource Alliance, Inc. Property - Approve and execute Purchase Agreements and a Joint Use Water Retention Area Agreement relating to Parcel Numbers 123 and 174 of the Lake Drive road improvement project, located southeast of Bird Road at the intersection of Lake Drive, in the amount of $11,500.00 with no fees and costs.

 

61.

Adopt - Third Amended Resolution of Necessity relating to East Lake Mary Boulevard Phase II-B road improvement project (from Airport Entrance Road to State Road 46 and 415).

 

62.

Authorize - Binding Written Offers relating to the Lockhart-Smith Canal improvement project for the following parcels:

16-19-30-5AB-0200-0030       16-19-30-5AB-0200-0070

16-19-30-5AB-0200-0040       16-19-30-5AB-0500-002A

16-19-30-5AB-0200-004B       16-19-30-5AB-0500-0030

16-19-30-5AB-0200-005A       16-19-30-5AB-0500-003A

16-19-30-5AB-0200-0050        16-19-30-5AB-0500-0060

16-19-30-5AB-0500-0010        16-19-30-5AB-0500-0020

 

 

63.

Authorize -  Revised Binding Written Offer for Lake Mary Boulevard Phase IIB road improvement project for Parcel Numbers 203A and 203B.

 

 

Labor Counsel Agreement

 

64.

Approval of adjustment of hourly and per diem rates for Labor Counsel. Muller Mintz, P.A., has requested adjustment of the rates they currently charge under their agreement with the County. Rates have not been adjusted since October, 2002. Contractual and rate history is set forth in attached memorandum. The County Attorney’s Office has no objection to the rate adjustrnent requested and would recommend the Board approve the new rates. Changes would take effect January 1, 2004.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Constitutional Officers Consent Agenda (Items No. 65 – 71)

  • Clerk’s Office (Maryanne Morse, Clerk of the Court)

65.

Expenditure Approval Lists dated November 10, 18 and 25, 2003; and Payroll Approval Lists dated November 1 & 20, 2003

66.

Satisfactions of Judgment/Court Costs

67.

Satisfactions of Judgment/Bail Bond Liens

68.

Satisfactions of Judgment/Public Defender Liens

69.

November 18, 2003 Official Minutes

70.

Clerk’s “received and filed” – for information only

  • Sheriff’s Office (Don Eslinger, Sheriff)

 

71.

Approve and authorize Chairman to execute Budget Amendment Resolution for the Weed and Seed Grant Award, awarded to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office by the U.S. Department of Justice in the amount of $225,000 for continual improvements in the three officially designated Weed & Seed sites of Midway, Winwood and Georgetown.  (Chief Penny Fleming)

 

·        Legislative Update (Sally Sherman)

·        Regular Agenda

 

72.

Video/Slot Machines and Similar Equipment Moratorium – Adopt Resolution extending duration of Ordinance Number 2003-51 to April 9, 2004.  Additional time is needed to complete research, to prepare applicable regulations and schedule the appropriate hearings.

(April Boswell)

73.

Preliminary Subdivision Plan with waiver for Talman Mews – Request Board approval of the Preliminary Subdivision Plan with waiver to sidewalk requirements of SCLDC Section 10.8 for Talman Mews located on the North Side of Gabriella Lane, west of Tuscawilla Road.

District 1 – Maloy (Denny Gibbs)

74.

Code Enforcement Lien –Staff recommends a reduction to the Code Enforcement Board lien on the property located at 3416 S. Sanford Avenue, Sanford,- Parcel #12-20-30-503-0200-0100, Seminole County (HP Investment Group, Inc. as Trustee, Owner); and upon payment in full execute a Satisfaction of Lien.  District 5 – McLain (Matthew West)

75.

Black Hammock Wilderness Area Master Plan – Staff is seeking approval of the proposed Master Plan for the Black Hammock Wilderness Area.  District – 2 Morris (Jim Duby)

 

76.

Heathrow International Business Center (HIBC) Minor Amendment – Approve proposed minor amendment to the Heathrow International Business Center Planned Unit Development Final Master Plan to denote/clarify a full access onto CR46A from the proposed Business Center Drive extension, and to add an additional access point on to CR 46A west of international Parkway (Meredith Harper-Pickens, Shutts & Bowen, LLP).  District – 5 McLain  (Tony Matthews)

 

77.

Polling Places Accessibility Requirements – Authorize funding to provide the required upgrades for polling places to meet the accessibility standards adopted by Florida Statute 101.715.  (Dennis Joyner, Supervisor of Elections)

 

·        County Manager’s Briefing

 

78.

COPS – Interoperability Communications Technology Grant – Brief Board on Seminole County’s participation in the State of Florida, Domestic Homeland Security Region 5, Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Interoperability Communications Grant Program.  Request Board direction/approval on participating in the COPS grant program and allocation of 25% matching funds.  (Greg Holcomb)

 

79.

East Rural Area/Black Hammock Area Update -  Update the Board on the status of research of the County policies and regulations with respect to the designated East Rural Area including the Black Hammock Area.  District – 2 Morris (April Boswell)

80.

Econ River Wilderness Area Flooding Issues ­– Staff request direction on proceedings of action regarding the Econ River Wilderness Area Flooding Issues.  District – 1 Maloy  (Craig Shadrix)

 

·       County Attorney’s Briefing

 

·        Recess BCC Meeting until 1:30 P.M.
 
·        Reconvene BCC Meeting at 1:30 P.M.

·        Public Hearing Agenda

·        Accept Proofs of Publication

·        Chairman’s statement of Public Hearing Rules and Procedures

Public Hearings:

81.

Ordinance – Adopt Consolidated Street Lighting District Ordinance, repealing Ordinance #2002-50 adopted December 10, 2002. (Kathy Moore)

 

82.

Vacate and Abandon  - Adopt Resolution to vacate and abandon a 61.6 square foot portion of the platted drainage and utility easement situated on Lot 65, Huntington Subdivision, further described as 2156 Westminster Terrace, Oviedo, Florida (Clarissa Thomas-Gladman).  District – 1 Maloy  (Cynthia Sweet)

 

83.

Rezone – from R-3 (Multiple Family Dwelling) to R-2 (One-and Two-Family Dwelling) of approximately 0.21 acres located on the south side of W. 6th Street, west of CR 419 (Gayle Marion).  District – 1 Maloy  (Tina Deater)

 

84.

Large Scale Land Use Amendment -  from SE (Suburban Estates) to LDR (Low Density Residential), and Rezone from A-1 to R-1A and R-1AAA on the north 135’ of the subject property located on the east side of Citrus Road, ½ mile north of Red Bug Lake Road (John Percy). 

District – 2 Morris  (Jeff Hopper)

 

85.

Property Tax Reduction – Adopt Ordinance implementing the Property Tax Reduction for Construction or Reconstruction of Homestead Property to House Elderly Parent(s) or Grandparent(s) of Owners or Owner’s Spouse.  (Sally Sherman)

 

Chairman’s Report
 
District Commissioner’s Report – District 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.
 
Committee Reports
 
County Manager’s Report
 
·        Recess BCC Meeting until 7:00 P.M.

 

·        Reconvene BCC Meeting at 7:00 P.M.

Public Hearings:

 

86.

Text Plan Amendments -  Transmittal of the proposed text amendments to the Seminole County Vision 2020 Comprehensive Plan to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (DCA) to implement the Conservation Village Design Concept in Sub Area – 1 of the Myrtle Street Special Study Area. District – 5 McLain  (Tony Walter)

 

87.

Text Amendment to the Comprehensive Plan – Adopt Ordinance adopting the proposed text amendments to the Seminole county Comprehensive (Vision 2020 Plan) to ensure compatible land uses adjacent to the Orlando Sanford International Airport (Seminole County).  District – 5 McLain  (Tony Matthews)

 

88.

Large Scale Cycle Amendment Ordinance  - Adopt the previously approved Fall 2003 Cycle Large Scale Amendments to the Seminole County Comprehensive Plan.  (Alice Gilmartin)

 

89.

Rezone Orange Mall  - Adopt Ordinance to approve the proposed rezoning from C-2 (Commercial) to PCD (Planned Commercial Development District) on approximately 12.9 acres located in the Fern Park Shopping Center abutting U.S. 17-92 south of Fernwood Boulevard (Orange Mall Partners LLC/Land Design Innovations, Inc. Constance Owens).  District – 4 Henley  (Tony Walter)

90.

Major Revision to Preliminary  Master Plan – Approve major revision to Preliminary Master Plan for Deep Lake PUD, located on 18.66 acres in the Higher Intensity Planned Development (HIP) land use designation located south of SR 426 and west of Deep Lake Road revisions are consistent with the Vision 2020 Plan and compatible with surrounding land uses (Mike Jones, Esq.).  District – 1 Maloy  (Jeff Hopper)

 

Items for future Agenda – Commission, Staff, or Citizens

Adjourn BCC Meeting

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