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Board of County Commissioners

Orange. County Government: Board of County Commissioners 201 South Rosalind Avenue County Commission Chambers 1st Floo1r County Adm'lnlstrat'lon

Center www.OrangeCountyFL.net
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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

MEETING STARTS AT 9:00 a.m .

Invocation - District 4 Pledge of Allegiance Presentation of a proclamation designating April 10, 2018 as Jones High

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School Choir and Wind Ensemble Day Presentation of a proclamation recognizing April 25, 2018 as Denim Day Public Comment*

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I. CONSENT AGENDA

A. COUNTY COMPTROLLER

1. Approval of the minutes of the March 6, 2018 meeting of the Board of County Commissioners. (Clerk's Office) Page 19 ,

2. Approval of the check register authorizing the most recently disbursed County funds, having been certified that same have not been drawn on

overexpended accounts. (Finance/Accounting) Page 19
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3. Disposition of Tangible Personal Property as follows: (Property Accounting) Page 19-21

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a. Scrap c;issets. b. Transfer asset to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. c. Trade-in assets toward the purchase of new equipment.

d. Return assets to the State of Florida.
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B. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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1. Appointment of Councilman Tarus C. Mack to the Community Action Board.in the municipal elected official category with a term expiring December 31,

2021. (Agenda Development Office) Page 22
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CONTINUED

*Pursuant to Section 209 of the Orange County Charter, as amended on Nov. 4, 2008, the Board of County Commissioners must set aside at least 15

minutes at the beginning of each regular meeting for citizens to speak to the Board on any
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.matter of public interest under the Board's authority and jurisdiction, regardless of whether the public issue is on the Board's agenda, but

excluding matters that are not appropriate for public discussion, such as pending procurement or land use issues.
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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018.

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) B. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR (Continued)

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2. Approval of the Membership and Mission Review Board's recommendations for advisory board appointments. (Agenda Development Office) Page 23 A.

Affordable Housing Advisory Board: Appointment of Joseph Reyes to
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succeed Michael L. Rowen in the Orange County employer representative category with a term expiring June 30, 2019. Page 24-25

B. Disability Advisory Board: Appointment of Beverly J. Jackson to succeed Brian K. Michaels in the at large representative category with a term

expiring June 30, 2019. Page 26-27
Tagged Passions:disability and appointments

C. Housing Finance Authority: Appointment of Curtis C. Hunter to succeed Clemente Cuevas in the finance representative category with a term expiring

December 31, 2021. Page 28-29
Tagged Passions:appointments, housing, and finance

D. M/WBE Advisory Committee: Appointment of Raymond Ramos to succeed Francine V. Thomas in the at large representative category with a term expiring

June 30, 2020. Page 30-31
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3. Approval and execution of Resolution of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners regarding Wyndham Worldwide Corporation Qualified Target

Industry Tax Refund. (Office of Economic, Trade and Tourism Development) Page 32-35
Tagged Passions:taxes, Taxes, trade, development, tourism, and Development

4. Approval to pay the third quarter billing for the Orange County Property Appraiser in the amount of 3,376,245.18. (Office of Management and

Budget) Page 36-37
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5. Approval of budget amendments 18-29, 18-30, 18-31, and 18-32. (Office of Management and Budget) Page 38-42

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6. Approval of Ratification of payment of Intergovernmental claims of February 8, 2018 and February 22, 2018 totaling 1,017,577.25. (Risk Management

Division) Page 43
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C. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y18-148-CH, Term Contract for Construction Services for the Sidewalk Improvement Program, to the low

responsive and responsible bidders, Bidder Estimated Annual Contract Amount Condor Construction, Corp. 1,052,944 CM Engineering Services Florida PLLC 1, 179,475 Parthenon Construction C_ompany 1, 143,325 ([Public Works Department Highway Construction Division] Procurement Division) Page 44-48
Tagged Passions:contract, streets, rfp, RFP, purchasing, services, Public Works, Pedestrian, construction, program, and public works

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I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) C. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued

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2. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y18-175-MV, Temporary Labor - Manual, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Ace Staffing, Inc. The

estimated contract award amount is 369,820 for a 1-year term. ([Utilities Department Water Reclamation Division] Procurement Division Page 49-52
Tagged Passions:contract, rfp, RFP, purchasing, human resources, Utility, utility, and water

3. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y18-198-KF, Non-Emergency Ambulance Transport, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Falck Southeast

II Corp. d/b/a American Ambulance. The estimated annual contract award amount is 100,800. ([Health Services Department Fiscal and Operational Support Division] Procurement Division Page 53-54
Tagged Passions:contract, rfp, RFP, purchasing, services, health, and emergency

4. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y18-1002-PD, Primary Canal Mowing and Maintenance, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Ameriscapes

Landscape Management Services, LLC. The estimated contract award amount is 199,850 for a 1-year term. ([Public Works Department Stormwater Management Division] Procurement Division Page 55-58
Tagged Passions:contract, buildings and grounds, rfp, RFP, purchasing, services, Public Works, watershed, stormwater, and public works

5. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y18-1003-PD, Secondary Canal and Ditch Mowing, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Groundtek of

Central Florida, LLC. The estimated contract award amount is 1,378,800 for a 1-year term. ([Public Works Department Roads and Drainage Division] Procurement Division Page 59-62
Tagged Passions:contract, streets, rfp, RFP, purchasing, Public Works, watershed, stormwater, and public works

6. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y18-1009-MV, Automotive Batteries, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Batteries by Fisher, Inc.

The estimated annual contract award amount is 182, 190. ([Administrative Services Department . Fleet Management Division] Procurement Division Page 63-65
Tagged Passions:contract, rfp, RFP, purchasing, and services

7. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y18-727-RM, Park Manor Estates Sections 9- 10 Underdrain Improvements, to the low responsive, responsible

and MWBE compliant bidder, RMS Constructors Group, LLC. The total contract award amount is 1,282,642. [Public Works Department Roads and Drainage Division] Procurement Division Page 66-69
Tagged Passions:contract, streets, rfp, RFP, purchasing, Public Works, parks, stormwater, and public works

8. Approval of Purchase Order M894 73, Compressor Renewal Service for Central Energy Plant 2, Chiller 2 at Orange County Corrections, with Trane US,

Inc., in the total amount of 123,480. Administrative Services Department Facilities Management Division] Procurement Division Page 70
Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, plant, jail, and energy

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) C. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued)

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9. Approval of Amendment No. 5, Contract Y4-810, Professional Engineering and Design Services for All-American Boulevard (from Clarcona-Ocoee Road to

Forest City Road) CIP No. 3097, with HOR Engineering, Inc. in the amount of 159,969.49, for a revised total contract amount of 1,109,580.87. ([Public Works Department Engineering Division] Procurement Division) Page 71-72
Tagged Passions:contract, streets, capital spending, purchasing, services, Capital Spending, Public Works, and public works

10. Approval of Amendment No. 10, Contract Y12-819, Shingle Creek Bike Trail, Phase 1, Segment 2, with WBQ Design Engineering, Inc., in the amount of

149, 148.09, for a revised total contract amount of 2,591,084.38. ([Public Works Department Engineering Division] Procurement Division) Page 73-74
Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, Public Works, Bicycles, trails, bicycles, and public works

11. Approval of Amendment No. 4, Contract Y14-1002, Janitorial Services for the Sand Lake Road Sun Rail Station, with Heavenly Hearts Cleaning

Services, Inc., in the amount of 75,955, for a revised total contract amount of 286,139. ([Administrative Services Department Facilities Management Division] Procurement Division) Page 75-76
Tagged Passions:contract, streets, purchasing, services, and transportation

12. Approval of Amendment No. 3, Contract Y16-1014, Sodium Hypochlorite, with Allied Universal Corporation, in the amount of 548,800, for a revised

total contract amount of 1,724,800. ([Utilities Department Water Reclamation Division] Procurement Division) Page 77
Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, Utility, utility, and water

13. Ratification of Amendment No. 4, Contract Y15-160, HIV/AIDS Data System, with Groupware Technologies, in the amount of 114,013.96, for a revised

total contract amount of 875, 7 43.96. ([Health Services Department Fiscal and Operational Support Division] Procurement Division) Page 78-79
Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, services, and health

14. Approval of Contract Y18-1024, Youth Mental Health Management Network Pilot, with Community Initiatives, Inc., in the annual contract amount of

310,256.10. ([Health Services Department Mental Health and Homeless Issues Division] Procurement Division) Page 80-81
Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, services, mental health, youth, health, and homeless

15. Ratification of Contract Y18-1038, Early Intervention Services, Ryan White Part A, with Florida Department of Health, Lake County Health

Department, for a 1-year term, in the contract amount of 280,000. ([Health Services Department Fiscal and Operational Support Division] Procurement Division) Page 82-83
Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, services, and health

16. Ratification of Contract Y18-1039, Outpatient Ambulatory Health Services, Ryan White Park A, with Florida Department of Health in Seminole

County, in the annual contract award amount of 180,000. ([Health Services Department Fiscal and Operational Support Division] Procurement Division) Page 84-85
Tagged Passions:contract, purchasing, services, health, and parks

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) C. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued)

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17. Approval and execution of Subordination of Utility Interests from Duke Energy Florida, LLC, d/b/a Duke Energy, f/k/a Duke Energy Florida, Inc.,

f/k/a Florida Power Corporation, to Orange County and authorization to disburse funds to pay recording fees and record instrument for Boggy Creek Road (Osceola Cnty line to 600' N. of Central Fl Greenway SR 417). District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 86-97
Tagged Passions:streets, natural gas, Utility, energy, funding, parks, electric, and utility

18. Approval and execution of License Agreement for Monitoring Well Access between Orange County and South Florida Water Management District and

delegation of authority to the Real Estate Management Division Manager to execute renewal options, if needed for Moss Park (Monitoring Well Access). District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 98-111
Tagged Passions:manager, license, Utility, parks, utility, and water

19. Note: This item will be pulled to be heard with Public Hearing 1.14. Approval and execution of Easement and Maintenance Agreement between Orange

County and The School Board of Orange County, Florida and authorization to record instrument for Horizon West School Sites (Lake Reams Neighborhood School - Site 25-E). District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 112-130
Tagged Passions:hearing, education, sites, easement, and neighborhood

20. Approval and execution of Resolution and authorization to initiate condemnation proceedings for Texas Avenue RCA (Oak Ridge Road to Holden Ave.).

District 6. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 131-144
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21 . Approval and execution of Resolution and authorization to initiate condemnation proceedings for East-West Road (S.R. 436 to Dean Road) n/k/a

Richard Crotty Parkway. District 5. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 145-175
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22. Approval and execution of Resolution and authorization to initiate condemnation proceedings for Taft-Vineland Road (Orange Blossom Trail to

Orange Avenue). District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 176-189
Tagged Passions:streets, trails, and condemnation

23. Approval and execution of Notice of Reservation and authorization to record instrument for Coronado Townhomes Permit: 16-S-016 OCU File : 84547.

District 5. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 190-193

24. Approval and execution of Street Lighting Easement from Orange County to Duke Energy Florida, LLC, d/b/a Duke Energy and authorization to record

instrument for Avalon Park Blvd Lighting Project (Avalon Park Blvd. from Crown Hill Blvd. to S.R.50). District 4. (Real Estate Management Divisio.n) Page 194-197
Tagged Passions:streets, natural gas, energy, easement, parks, electric, traffic, and streetscape

25. Approval and execution of Distribution Easement from Orange County to Duke Energy Florida, LLC, d/b/a Duke Energy and authorization to record

instrument for Orange County Porter Transfer Station Site Improvements. District 2. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 198-202
Tagged Passions:natural gas, energy, easement, and electric

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) C. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued) 26. Approval and execution of Modification of Non-Exclusive Drainage

Easement
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between Provision Proton Center at Hamlin, LLC and Orange County and authorization to record instrument for New Independence Parkway. District 1.

(Real Estate Management pivision) Page 203-211

27. Approval and execution of Wtility Easement from The School Board of Orange County, Florida and Orange County and authorization to record

instrument for Cypress Springs Elementary School OCU File No. 68285. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 212-220
Tagged Passions:education and easement

28. Approval of Donation Agreement, Warranty Deed, Sidewalk, Slope and Utility Easement, and Temporary Construction Easement between Avalon Park

Property Owners Association, Inc. and Orange County, Subordination of Encumbrance to Property Rights to Orange County from 3right House Networks, LLC, and Subordination of Encumbrances to Property Rights to Orange County from Avalon Park Commercial Property Owners' Association, Inc. and authorization to disburse funds to pay all recording fees and record instruments for Avalon Park Blvd Safety Improvements. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 221-271
Tagged Passions:commercial, streets, property, Utility, Donation, Pedestrian, funding, easement, construction, parks, utility, and donation

29. Approval of Utility Easement from Hoffner Fruit, LLC to Orange County and Subordination of Encumbrances to Property Rights to Orange County from

First National Bank of South Miami and authorization to record instruments for 4400 Hoffner Avenue Redevelopment Permit: 16-E-084 OCU File : 88266. District 3. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 272-281
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D. COMMUNITY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval and execution of Orange County, Florida, Resolutions Establishing Special Assessment Liens for Lot Cleaning Services and approval to

record Special Assessment Liens on property cleaned by Orange County, pursuant to Orange County Code, Chapter 28, Nuisances, Article II, Lot Cleaning. Districts 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. (Code Enforcement Division) Page 282-323 LC 18-0155 LC 18-0221 LC 18-0250 LC 18-0072 LC 18-0164 LC 18-0192 LC 18-0226 LC 18-0189 LC 18-0109 LC 18-0172 LC 18-0201 LC 17-1084 LC 18-0076 LC 18-0158 LC 18-0174 LC 18-0217 LC 18-0184 LC 18-0025 LC 18-0159 LC 18-0191
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I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) D. COMMUNITY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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(Continued) 2. Acceptance of recommendation of the Environmental Protection Commission to

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approve the request for variance to Orange County Code, Chapter 15, Article IX, Section 15-343(a) (side setback distance) and waiver to Section

15-342(b) (terminal .platform size) with the condition that the applicant pay 135 to the Conservations Trust Fund within 60 days of the decision of the Board of County Commissioners for the Lindsay and Scott McCauley Dock Construction Permit BD-17-09-098. District 3. (Environmental Protection Division) Page 324-333
Tagged Passions:boating, construction, environment, and Conservation

3. Approval and execution of lnterlocal Agreements for Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permit Activities by and between Orange County, Florida

and City of Edgewood, City of Maitland, City of Winter Garden, City of Winter Park, Town of Eatonville, and Valencia Water Control District regarding the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System. All Districts. (Environmental Protection Division) Page 334-397
Tagged Passions:Utility, environment, parks, utility, sewer, and water

4. Approval and execution of State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection Standard Grant Agreement Agreement Number LP4803N for Magnolia

Park sanitary sewer installation in the amount of 250,000 and delegation of authority to the County Administrator to execute any necessary amendments to such grant agreement that do not change the scope of the project or increase the overall project budget. District 2. (Parks and Recreation Division) Page 398-432
Tagged Passions:administrator, budget, Utility, recreation, grant, environment, parks, utility, and sewer

5. Approval and execution of Adequate Public Facilities Agreement for Hamlin PD by and between Hamlin Retail Partners North, LLC; SLF IV/Boyd Horizon

West JV, LLC; Hamlin Retail Partners East, LLC; Provision Proton Center at Hamlin, LLC; Lakewalk at Hamlin Phase 2, LLC; Hamlin Retail Partners, LLC; Lakewalk at Hamlin, LLC; and Orange County. District 1. (Development Review Committee) Page 433-451
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6. Note: This item will be pulled to be heard with Public Hearing 1.15. Approval and execution of Springhill PD Public Facilities and Impact Fee

Credit Agreement (Village H) Supplemental Agreement by and between Avalon Properties, LTD., Lennar Homes, LLC and Orange County. District 1. (Development Review Committee) Page 452-471
Tagged Passions:hearing, development, and Development

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I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) D. COMMUNITY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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(Continued)

7. Note: This item will be pulled to be heard with Public Hearing 1.16. Approval and execution of Second Amendment to Amended and Restated Waterleigh

PD Adequate Public Facilities and Impact Fee Credit Agreement (Village H) by and between Orange County and D.R. Horton, Inc. District 1. (Development Review Committee) Page 472-484
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8. Approval and execution of Proportionate Share Agreement for Lake Buena Vista Village Phase 2 - Candlewood Suites (AKA Delores PD) Vineland Avenue:

From Winter Garden Vineland Road to Little Lake Bryan Parkway by and between Lake Buena Vista Investments, LLC and Orange County for a proportionate share payment in the amount of 34,386. District 1. (Roadway Agreement Committee) Page 485-498
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9. Approval of the County-initiated street name change to rename Cypress Springs Parkway S to Cypress Pavilion Parkway to ensure public safety and

authorization for County staff to update associated records. District 4. (Zoning Division) Page 499-500
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E. FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval and execution of Hurricane Maria Temporary Shelter Agreement by and between Orange County and Heart of Florida United Way, Inc. regarding

the provision of temporary shelter and transportation for evacuees of Hurricane Maria from Puerto Rico. (Citizen Resource and Outreach Division) Page 501-511
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2. Receipt and filing of Head Start Policy Council Program Information and Updates March 2018 and Head Start Policy Council Meeting Minutes February

15, 2018 for the official county record. (Head Start Division) Page 512-557
Tagged Passions:policy, poverty, family services, preschool, and program

3. Approval of the April 2018 Business Assistance for Neighborhood Corridors Program Grant for First Choice Auto Repair ( 5,000). District 6.

(Neighborhood Preservation and Revitalization Office) Page 558-560
Tagged Passions:corridor, grant, preservation, program, transportation, neighborhood, and business

4. Approval of the April 2018 Neighborhood Pride Mini-Grants as recommended by the Neighborhood Grants Advisory Board for Carol Woods HOA ( 1,500);

Meadow Wciods Village I Neighborhood ( 1,500); and Silver Star Estates Neighborhood ( 1,500). Districts 2, 4 and 6. (Neighborhood Preservation and Revitalization Office) Page 561-566
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I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) E. FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT Continued

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5. Approval of the April 2018 Neighborhood Pride Sign Grants as recommended by the Neighborhood Grants Advisory Board for Las Alamedas Neighborhood (

5,000); Plymouth Community ( 5,000); Plymouth Hills Neighborhood ( 5,000); Valeview Neighborhood ( 5,000); and Spring Village Neighborhood ( 5,000). Districts 2 and 3. Neighborhood Preservation and Revitalization Office) Page 567-573
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6. Approval of the April 2018 Neighborhood Pride Entranceway Grants as recommended by the Neighborhood Grants Advisory Board for Maitland Isle HOA (

5,000); Watermill Cove HOA ( 5,000); and Royal Ivey Gardens Neighborhood Association ( 5,000). Districts 5 and 6. (Neighborhood Preservation and Revitalization Office) Page 574-578
Tagged Passions:grant, preservation, and neighborhood

F. HEALTH SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval and execution of the renewal Paratransit Services License for Unicare Transport Services to provide wheelchair/stretcher service.. The

term of this license is from April 1, 2018 through April 1, 2020. There is no cost to the County. EMS Office of the Medical Director) Page 579-582
Tagged Passions:EMS, license, and services

2. Approval and execution of the renewal Paratransit Services License for Daylight Transportation to provide wheelchair/stretcher service. The term

of this license is from April 30, 2018 through April 30, 2020. There is no cost to the County. EMS Office of the Medical Director) Page 583-586
Tagged Passions:EMS, license, services, and transportation

G. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval and execution of Memorandum of Understanding between Florida Department of Transportation Florida's Turnpike Enterprise and Orange

County, Florida for CR 438 and West Orange Trail Bridge Maintenance, Operation and Ownership Limits. District 1. Administration) Page 587-600
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2. Authorization to record the plat of Central Pare at Bridgewater Crossings. District 1. Development Engineering Division) Page 601

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and zoning

3. Approval and execution of Agreement for Traffic Law Enforcement on Private Roads located within the gated community of Reserve at Sweetwater Golf

and Country Club by and between Orange County, Florida and Ashton Orlando Residential, L.L.C. District 2. Administration) Page 602-611
Tagged Passions:streets, public safety, golf, and traffic

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I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) G. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT (Continued)

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4. Approval of Traffic Control Devices and No Parking signs installation in Woodland Park Phase 4. District 4. (Traffic Engineering Division) Page

612-619
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5. Approval of Traffic Control Devices and No Parking signs installation in Westside Village. District 1. (Traffic Engineering Division) Page 6 0-629

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6. Approval of Traffic Control Devices and No Parking signs installation in Oaks at Moss Park Phase 4. District 4. (Traffic Engineering Division)

Page 630-642
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7. Approval of Traffic Control Devices and No Parking signs installation in Panther View. District 1. (Traffic Engineering Division) Page 643-651

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8. Approval of Traffic Control Devices and No Parking signs installation in Woodland Park Phase 3. District 4. (Traffic Engineering Division) Page

652-667
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9. Approval of Traffic Control Device and No Parking signs installation in Storey Grove Phase 18-2. District 1. (Traffic Engineering Division) Page

668-675
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10. Approval and execution of Temporary License Agreement between City of Orlando and Orange County. District 6. (Stormwater Management Division)

Page 676-683
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11. Approval and execution of (1) Resolution of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners regarding the Local Agency Program Agreement for the

University Blvd. at Dean Rd. Project with the Florida Department of Transportation and (2) State of Florida Department of Transportation Local Agency Program Agreement FPN: 441490-1-38-01 between the State of Florida Department of Transportation and Orange County. District 5. (Transportation Planning Division) Page 684-711
Tagged Passions:university, planning, program, and transportation

H. UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval of Irrevocable Standby Letter of Credit 70003075 from SunTrust Bank on behalf of Morrow Construction Company in favor of Orange County in

the amount of 438,833.36 for the required security to guarantee compliance with the terms of the Adara World Gateway Apartment Complex Water and Wastewater Capacity Adjustment Agreement. District 1. (Engineering Division) Page 712-715
Tagged Passions:compliance, Utility, gateway, construction, utility, security, sewer, and water

2. Approval and execution of Adara World Gateway Apartment Complex Water and Wastewater Capacity Adjustment Agreement Parcel ID: 33-24-28-9295-12-011

by and between DD OWG, LLC, Morrow Construction Company, Inc. and Orange County to reduce the capital charge by 85.426 ERU/ERC. District 1. (Engineering Division) Page 716-729
Tagged Passions:property, Utility, gateway, construction, utility, sewer, and water

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS**

A. COUNTY COMPTROLLER

1. Receipt of the following items to file for the record: (Clerk's Office) Page 730 a. Florida Public Service Commission order approving Florida

Power Light
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Company's petition for mid-course correction. In re: Fuel and purchase power cost recovery clause with generating performance incentive factor.

Tagged Passions:purchasing, incentive, and performance

b. Florida Public Service Commission Consummating Order approving interim storm recovery charge. In re: Application for limited proceeding for

recovery of incremental storm restoration costs related to Hurricanes Irma and Nate, by Duke Energy Florida, LLC.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, natural gas, energy, and electric

c. Orange County Solid Waste System, Orange County, Florida Annual Financial Report for the years ended September 30, 2017 and 2016.

Tagged Passions:Utility, financial report, finance, utility, and solid waste

d. Orange County Water Utilities System, Orange County, Florida Annual Financial Report for the years ended September 30, 2017 and 2016.

Tagged Passions:Utility, financial report, finance, utility, and water

e Orange County Convention Center, Orange County, Florida Annual Financial Report for the years ended September 30, 2017 and 2016.

Tagged Passions:financial report, conventions, and finance

f. Florida Public Service Commission Consummating Order. In re: Petition for approval of renewable energy tariff and standard offer contract, by

Florida Power Light Company.
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**With respect to informational items, Board action is neither required nor necessary, and Board approval (or disapproval) is not to be implied.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

Ill. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Selection of one firm and four ranked alternates to provide Modernization Document Management, Request for Proposals Y17-180-KB, from the

following five firms, listed alphabetically: Affinity Consulting Group, LLC Armedia LLC Databank Corporation lmagesoft, Inc. The IQ Business Group, Inc. ([Office of the State Attorney] Procurement Division) Page 731-735
Tagged Passions:legal, purchasing, services, selection, and business

2. Selection of one firm and an alternate to provide International Drive Transit Feasibility and Alternative Technology Assessment, Request for

Proposals Y18- 806-CH, from the following two firms, listed alphabetically: HOR Engineering, Inc. WSP USA Inc. ([Community, Environmental and Development Services Department Transportation Planning Division] Procurement Division) Page 736-741
Tagged Passions:purchasing, services, Technology, development, selection, technology, planning, environment, Development, and transportation

B. FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT

1 . Update on Florida's Emergency Environmental Control Rules for Adult Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes. (Office of Emergency

Management) Page 742
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C. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

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1. Gated Communities Storm Debris Removal. (Administration) Page 743

D. COUNTY MAYOR

1. Open discussion on issues of interest to the Board. Page 744-746

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018 -

IV. WORK SESSION AGENDA

A. COMMUNITY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND DEVELOPMENTS SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Reams Road Roadway Conceptual Analysis Study. District 1. (Transportation Planning Division) Page 747-748

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RECESS

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

MEETING STARTS AT 2:00 p.m.

V. RECOMMENDATIONS

March 15, 2018 Planning and Zoning Commission Recommendations

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CONTINUED

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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS

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Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m.

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A. Municipal Service Benefit Unit

1 . Summerlake Groves and Highlands at Summerlake Groves Areas, amend for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 1

2. Hilltop Reserve Area, amend for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 2

3. Bishop Landing Phase 1 and Bishop Landing Phase 2, amend for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 4

B. Special Assessment Resolution

4. Resolution for collection of special assessment liens for one time only lot cleaning; All Districts

C. Petition to Vacate

5. Applicant: Stephen Urquhart, on behalf of Woodland Lakes Preserve Homeowners Association, Inc., Petition to Vacate 15-02-004, vacate a portion of

a right-of-way; District 4

D. Board of Zoning Adjustment Appeal 6.vl' Appellant/Applicant: Jamal A. Hassouneh, Case SE-17-12-134,

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February 1, 2018; District 4

E. Development Plan

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7.vl' Applicant: Andrea Cardo, lnterplan, LLC, Frye Center Planned Development (PD)/Lakeside Village Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP)/Regions Bank

Development Plan (DP) - Case DP-17-09-288; District 1
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--/ The notated public hearing is quasi-judicial in nature. As such, any verbal or written communication with a member of the Board of County

Commissioners prior to today's quasi-judicial hearing should be disclosed on the record or made a part of the record.during the public hearing by or on behalf of the party who communicated with the Board member to allow any interested party an opportunity to inquire about or respond to such communication. Failure to disclose any such communication may place the party who ultimately prevails at the quasi-judicial hearing at risk of having the Board's decision overturned in a court of law due to prejudice against the party who was not privy to the ex parte communication. Information regarding meetings held at the County Administration Building between any member of the Board and an outside party may be obtained at http://www.orangecountyfl.net/visitors/reports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.
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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) F. Conservation Area Impact

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8. v' Applicant: Gary T. Randall, permit (CAl-17-03-008); District 4

G. Preliminary Subdivision Plan

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9.v' Applicant: Marc Stehli, Poulos Bennett, LLC, Moss Park North Planned DevelopmenUMoss Park Preserve Preliminary Subdivision Plan/ Development

Plan, Cas e PS P-17-06-181 ; District 4
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10 . ./ Applicant: Frank. Russo, 457 N Wekiva, LLC, Wekiva Springs Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP), Case PSP-17-08-236; District 2 (Continued from

March 20, 2018)
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H. Solid Waste Management Facility

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11.v' Applicant: DeRoche Building Supply, Inc. d.b.a. CrossRoads Building Supply, Inc.; facility known as CRS Central Rock and Supply, Inc .. ;

permit application for a Transfer Station; District 2
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I. Substantial Change

12.v' Applicant: John Townsend, Donald W. Mcintosh Associates, Inc., Spring Isle Planned Development/Land Use Plan (PD/LU P), Case CDR-17- 09-280,

amend plan; District 4
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13. v' Applicant: Marc Stehli, Poulos Bennett, LLC, Moss Park North Planned Development/Land Use Plan (PD/LUP), Case CDR-17-11-347, amend plan;

District 4
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'1 The notated public hearing is quasi-judicial in nature. As such, any verbal or written communication with a member of the Board of County

Commissioners prior to today's quasi-judicial hearing should be disclosed on the record or made a part of the record during the public hearing by or on behalf of the party who communicated with the Board member to allow any interested party an opportunity to inquire about or respond to such communication. Failure to disclose any such communication may place the party who ultimately prevails at the quasi-judicial hearing at risk of having the Board's decision overturned in a court of law due to prejudice against the party who was not privy to the ex parte communication. Information regarding meetings held at the County Administration Building between any member of the Board and an outside party may be obtained at http://www.orangecountyfl.net/visitors/reports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.
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VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) I. Substantial Change (Continued)

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14. v' Applicant: Julie C. Salvo, Orange County Public Schools, Lake Reams Neighborhood Center Planned Development/Land Use Plan (PD/LUP), Case

CDR-17-10-312; amend plan; District 1
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15. v' Applicant: Lance Bennett, Poulos and Bennett, LLC, Springhill Planned Development/Land Use Plan (PD/LUP), Case CDR-17-05-161, amend plan;

District 1
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16.v' Applicant: Adam Smith, VHB, Inc., Waterleigh Planned Development/ Land Use Plan (PD/LUP), Case CDR-17-05-160, amend plan; District 1

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J. Comprehensive Plan

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17. Transmittal of 2018-2 Regular Cycle Out-of-Cycle Amendment to the 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan (CP) REGULAR CYCLE OUT-OF-CYCLE STAFF-INITIATED

FUTURE LAND USE MAP AMENDMENT
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Amendment 2018-2-C-FLUE-1

Text and map amendments to adopt Future Land Use Element Policies pertaining to Rural Residential Enclaves; designate boundaries of Rural Residential

Enclaves in the Future Land Use Map Series; establish minimum lot sizes and other development guidelines within Rural Residential Enclaves; update the Zoning and Future Land Use Correlation Table; and amend Future Land Use Element policies associated with the Village Future Land Use designation
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--/The notated public hearing is quasi-judicial in nature. As such, any verbal or written communication with a member of the Board of County

Commissioners prior to today's quasi-judicial hearing should be disclosed on the record or made a part of the record during the public hearing by or on behalf of the party \l(ho communicated with the Board member to allow any interested party an opportunity to inquire about or respond to such communication. Failure to disclose any such communication may place the party who ultimately prevails at the quasi-judicial hearing at risk of having the Board's decision overturned in a court of law due to prejudice against the party who was not privy to the ex parte communication. Information regarding meetings held at the County Administration Building between any member of the. Board and an outside party may be obtained at http://www.orangecountyfl.net/visitors/reports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.
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TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 2018

VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearing scheduled for 5:01 p.m.

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K. Ordinance

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18. Amending Orange County Code Chapter 38, Division 8.5, Article VIII, Section 38-77.1 and Section 38-79, pertaining to conditions for permitted

uses and special exceptions regarding Horizon West Town Center- 2nd hearing (1st hearing on March 20, 2018)
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-./The notated public hearing is quasi-judicial in nature. As such, any verbal or written communication with a member of . the Board of County

Commissioners prior to today's quasi-judicial hearing should be disclosed on the record or made a part of the record during the public hearing by or on behalf of the party who communicated with the Board member to allow any interested party an opportunity to inquire about or respond to such communication. Failure to disclose any such communication may place the party who ultimately prevails at the quasi-judicial hearing at risk of having the Board's decision overturned in a court of law due to prejudice against the party who was not privy to the ex parte communication. Information regarding meetings held at the County Administration Building between any member of the Board and an outside party may be obtained at http://www.orangecountyfl.net/visitors/reports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.
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Any person Wishing to appeal any decision made by the Board of County Commissioners at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings. For that

purpose, such person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), if any person with a disability as defined by the ADA needs special accommodation to

participate in this proceeding, then not later than two (2) business days prior to the proceeding, he or she should contact the Orange County Communications Division at (407) 836-5517.
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Para mayor informaci6n en espanol, por favor Harne al (407) 836-3111.

NOTE: Reports from the County Mayor, the County Commissioners, the County Administrator, and the County Attorney may be presented at unscheduled

times throughout the day, depending on the length of time required for advertised public hearings.
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Copies of Specific Project Expenditure Reports and Relationship Disclosure Forms are not included with agenda items unless there is a listed

expenditure or disclosure. Copies of these completed reports and forms may be obtained by contacting the relevant Department/Division Office.

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OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER

ORANGE COUNTY FLORIDA

COUNTY COMMISSION AGENDA Tuesday,April10,2018

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COUNTY COMPTROLLER

Items Requiring Consent Approval

I. CONSENT AGENDA COUNTY COMPTROLLER

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Phil Diamond, CPA County Comptroller 201 South Rosalind Avenue Post Office Box 38 Orlando, Florida 32802 Telephone: 407-836-5690 Fax: 407-836-5599

Website www.occompt.com

1. Approval of the minutes of the March 6, 2018 meeting of the Board of County Commissioners. Official Meeting Minutes are available in the Clerk's

Office and on the Comptroller's lnsite page located at occompt.legistar.com.

2. Approval of the check register authorizing the most recently disbursed County funds, having been certified that same have not been drawn on

overexpended accounts. Signature authorization and accompanying detail of most recently disbursed County funds are available in the Clerk's Office and on the Comptroller's web site under Financial Reports at www.occompt.com
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3. Disposition of Tangible Personal Property

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Approval is requested of the following: a. Scrap assets. b. Transfer asset to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection. c. Trade-in assets

toward the purchase of new equipment. d. Return assets to the State of Florida.
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Department/Office last using equipment

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Convention Center

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Building Safety

Environmental Protection

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Fire Rescue

Public Works - Stormwater Management

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Utilities - Solid Waste

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