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0 AGENDA Orange County Government Board of County Commissioners 201 South Rosalind Avenue Collnty Commission Chambers 1s-:t Floor County

Administration Center www.Orange:CcuntyFL.11et
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

MEETING STARTS AT 9:00 a.m.

Invocation - District 1 Pledge of Allegiance Presentation of a proclamation recognizing April as Water Conservation

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Month Public Comment*

I. CONSENT AGENDA

A. COUNTY MAYOR

1. Confirmation of the Mayor's managerial appointment of Steve Harrison as Manager, Mosquito Control Division. Page 15-16

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B. COUNTY COMPTROLLER

1. Approval of the minutes of the February 26, 2019 meeting of the Board of County Commissioners. (Clerk's Office) Page 17

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 17
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3. Disposition of Tangible Personal Property as follows. (Property Accounting) Page 17-37

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a. Sell assets through online auction. b. Offer assets to non-profit organizations. c. Scrap assets. d. Remove stolen assets from inventory. e.

Demolish asset.
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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 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, MARCH 26, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) C. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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1. Approval and execution of Artwork Loan and Exhibition Agreement by and between Orange County, Florida and Chitra Ramanathan for the period of

October 12, 2018 through February 15, 2019. (Arts and Cultural Affairs Office) Page 38-41
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2. Approval for the Orange County Sheriff's Office to spend 22,000 from the FY 2019 Law Enforcement Trust Fund to provide eligible contributions to

the Children's Safety Village ( 5,000), Early Learning Coalition of Orange County ( 2,000), Boy Scouts of America, Central Florida Council ( 10,000), and Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Central Florida Chapter ( 5,000). (Office of Management and Budget) Page 42-52
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3. Approval of Memorandum of Agreement for Federal Election Administration Activities in the amount of 103,533.71; approval and execution of

Certificate County Match to Federal Grant Trust Funds under the Help America Vote Act; and approval to make a one-time payment of 15,530.06 to the Orange County Supervisor of Elections as matching funds. (Office of Management and Budget) Page 53-79
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4. Acceptance of Orange County, Florida Office of Management and Budget Application of Agreed-Upon Procedures with respect to the Tourist Development

Tax Collection Process of the Orange County, Florida Comptroller's Office as of June 30, 2018 with Independent Account's Report on Applying Agree-Upon Procedures. (Office of Management and Budget) Page 80-99
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5. Approval of budget amendments 19-17, 19-18, and 19-19. (Office of Management and Budget) Page 100-103

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D. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval of Change Order No. 3, Contract Number Y16-802, with SK Consortium Inc., in the amount of 28,313, for Parcel J Community Park. The

revised lump sum contract amount is 236,647.51. (Capital Projects Division) Page 104-106
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2. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-104-AH, Stormwater Management MSBU Retention Pond Aquatic Weed Control, to the low responsive and

responsible bidders, by lot, for the base year, in the total estimated contract award amount listed below. Lot Vendor Total Price Base Year A Waters Brothers Environmental, Inc. 180,105 B AirboatAddicts, Inc. 180,650 ([Public Works Department Stormwater Management Division] Procurement Division) Page 107-109
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

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

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3. Approval of Amendment No. 7, Contract Y16-1032, Bulk Rock Salt NOC-17F, with Morton Salt, Inc., for a 1-year renewal in the estimated amount of

15,730.83, for a revised estimated contract amount of 281,489.10. ([Utilities Department Water Division] Procurement Division) Page 110-111
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4. Approval of Amendment No. 3, Contract Y18-175-MV, Temporary Labor - Manual, with Ace Staffing, Inc., in the amount of 60,000, for a revised total

contract amount of 479,820. ([Util ies Department Solid Waste Division] Procurement Division) Page 112
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5. Approval of Amendment No. 1, Contract Y19-2007, Pediatric Expansion Program, with Community Health Centers, Inc., in the amount of 250,000, for a

revised total contract amount of 324,814. ([Community and Family Services Department Citizens' Commission for Children Division] Procurement Division) Page 113
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6. Approval of Amendment No. 1, Contract Y19-2008, Family Counseling Position in Support of the Lake Weston Neighborhood Center for Families Program,

with Friends of Children and Families, Inc., in the amount of 110,000, for a revised total contract amount of 160,000. ([Community and Family Services Department Citizens' Commission for Children Division] Procurement Division) Page 114
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7. Approval of Amendment No. 1, Contract Y19-2011, Primary Medical Care Program, with Health Care Center for the Homeless, Inc., dba Orange Blossom

Family Health in the amount of 250,000, for a revised total contract amount of 345,757. ([Community and Family Services Department Citizens' Commission for Children Division] Procurement Division) Page 115
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8. Approval of Amendment No. 3, Contract Y19-2102, After School Zone Programming, with The Boys Girls Clubs of Central Florida, in the amount of

400,000, for a revised total contract amount of 2,017,939.50. ([Community and Family Services Department Citizens' Commissions for Children Division] Procurement Division) Page 116
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9. Approval of Amendment No. 1, Contract Y19-2103, After School Zone Programming, with Central Florida Young Men's Christian Association, Inc., in

the amount of 400,000, for a revised total contract amount of 2,019,926.75. ([Community and Family Services Department Citizens' Commissions for Children Division] Procurement Division) Page 117
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10. Approval of Amendment No. 1, Contract Y19-2109, Provision of Community Services and Facility Use, with the State of Florida, Department of

Health, Orange County Health Department, in the amount of 77, 189.70, for a revised total contract amount of 383,307.39. ([Community and Family Services Department Citizens' Commissions for Children Division] Procurement Division) Page 118
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) D. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued) 11. Approval of Amendment No. 1, Contract Y19-2117, Provision of

Community
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Services and Facility Use, with The Children's Home Society of Florida, in the amount of 114,033.80, for a revised total contract amount of

435,078.47. ([Community and Family Services Department Citizens' Commissions for Children Division] Procurement Division) Page 119
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12. Approval of Amendment No. 2, Contract Y19-2118, Provision of Community Services and Facility Use, with The School Board of Orange County,

Florida, in the amount of 313,380.04, for a revised total contract amount of 664,375.94. ([Community and Family Services Department Citizens' Commissions for Children Division] Procurement Division) Page 120
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13. Ratification of Amendment No. 5, Contract Y15-1091-LC, Liquid Polymer for South Water Reclamation Facility (SWRF), with Polydyne, Inc., in the

amount of 45,000, for a revised total contract amount of 601,000. ([Utilities Department Water Reclamation Division] Procurement Division) Page 121 -122
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14. Approval of Contract Y19-1048, Orange County's Permanent Supportive Housing Program - Project Restore, with Grand Avenue Economic Development

Corporation in the estimated contract award amount of 537,000 for a 1-year term. ([Community and Family Services Department Mental Health and Homeless Issues Division] Procurement Division) Page 123
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15. Approval of Purchase Order M95024, Design and Construction Administration Services for New Fire Station 32, with Architects Design Group, in the

amount of 201,437.63. ([Administrative Services Department Capital Projects Division] Procurement Division) Page 124
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16. Approval of Purchase Order M95019, Purchase of 5 Trane Air Handler Units, with Trane US, Inc. in the amount of 257,457.50. ([Convention Center

Capital Planning and Building Systems Division] Procurement Division) Page 125
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17. Approval of Purchase Order M95116, Repairs to the Southern Expansion Site Western Leachate Tank at the Landfill, with Florida Aquastore, in the

amount of 125,910. ([Utilities Department Solid Waste Division] Procurement Division) Page 126
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18. Approval to Purchase Renewals of All Lines of Commercial Insurance Coverage under Contract Y15-192, Insurance Broker and Consulting Services,

with Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc., for premiums not-to-exceed 4,525,000. ([Administration and Fiscal Services Risk Management and Professional Standards Divisions] Procurement Division) Page 127-128
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

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

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19. Approval and execution of Resolution Declaring Surplus County Property and Authorizing Private Sale and delegation of authority to the Real

Estate Management Division to do all things necessary and proper to arrange the conveyance of such County property for Parcel ID 13-22-27-5260-00-156 (Bay Street). District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 129-135
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20. Approval and execution of Termination and Release of Easement Agreement by and between Walt Disney Parks and Resorts U.S. Inc. and City of St.

Cloud, Tohopekaliga Water Authority, Orange County, Polk County, and Reedy Creek Improvement District and authorization to record instrument for Access to STOPR Site 24. District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 136-144
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21. Approval of Utility Easement from JM 10401, LLC to Orange County and authorization to record instrument for Aldi 19 Permit B 17903864 OCU File

95186. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 145-148
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22. Approval of Utility Easement from Forestras, LLC to Orange County and authorization to record instrument for Vehicle Storage Building @ Vista

Commerce Center; NC Permit B16903176 OCU File : 91486. District 3. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 149-154
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23. Approval of Utility Easement from Unifirst Corporation to Orange County and authorization to record instrument for Unifirst 920 Convert to

Commercial Laundry Permit B17904379 OCU File 95087. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 155-158
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24. Approval of Utility Easement from Hamlin Retail Partners East, LLC to Orange County and Subordination of Encumbrances to Property Rights to

Orange County from Valley National Bank and authorization to record instruments for Hamlin SEC Commercial Lot A - NC - Site Work Only Permit B 18902698 OCU File 97056. District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 159-167
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25. Approval of Warranty Deed from D.R. Horton, Inc. to Orange County and Utility and Access Easement from Oak Trail Reserve Homeowner's Association,

lnc. to Orange County with Joinder and Consent to Utility and Access Easement by D.R. Horton, Inc. and authorization to perform all actions necessary and incidental to closing for Oak Trail Reserve PUD Ph 1 2 Permit 16-U-013 OCU File 56225. District 2. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 168-174
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26. Approval of Corrective Trustee's Deed from Gary T. Randall, as trustee and not individually, to Orange County and Quit Claim Deed from The Oasis

at Moss Park Preserve, LLC to Orange County and authorization to perform all actions necessary and incidental to closing for Innovation Way South (Randall) RAC. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 175-190
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) D. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued) 27. Approval of Conservation and Access Easement from Taylor Morrison

of Florida,
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Inc. to Orange County with Joinder and Consent to Conservation and Access Easement by Woodland Park Homeowners Association, Inc. and authorization to

record instrument for Woodland Park Phases 5-10 CAl-18-05-026. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 191-206
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E. COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Receipt and filing of Head Start Policy Council Program Information and Updates February 2019 and Head Start Policy Council Meeting Minutes

January 24, 2019 for the official county record. (Head Start Division) Page 207-267
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F. HEALTH SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval to accept the Health Resources and Services Administration Grant Award for Ryan White Part A funding in the estimated amount of

10,086,333 for the period of March 1, 2019 through February 29, 2020 and authorization for the County Mayor or designee to accept any increases in the award amount. (Fiscal and Operational Support Division) Page 268
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2. Approval and execution of the renewal Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the City of Apopka Fire Department to provide Advanced

Life Support Transport Service. The term of this certificate is from April 1, 2019 through April 1, 2021. There is no cost to the County. (EMS Office of the Medical Director) Page 269-271
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3. Approval and execution of the renewal Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority to provide

Advanced Life Support Transport Service. The term of this certificate is from April 30, 2019 through April 30, 2021. There no cost to the County. (EMS Office of the Medical Director) Page 272-274
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) G. PLANNING, 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. All Districts. (Code Enforcement Division) Page 275-357 LC 19-0136 LC 19-0141 LC 19-0278 LC 19-0216 LC 19-0266 LC 19-0251 LC 19-0235 LC 19-0279 LC 19-0218 LC 19-0267 LC 19-0252 LC 19-0237 LC 19-0210 LC 19-0219 LC 19-0269 LC 19-0257 LC 19-0240 LC 19-0214 LC 19-0221 LC 19-0282 LC 19-0162 LC 19-0262 LC 19-0254 LC 19-0227 LC 19-0285 LC 19-0225 LC 19-0272 LC 19-0263 LC 19-0248 LC 19-0286 LC 19-0243 LC 19-0274 LC 19-0061 LC 19-0259 LC 19-0287 LC 19-0268 LC 19-0277 LC 19-0215 LC 19-0265 LC 19-0288
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2. Approval and execution of DEP Contract No. GC925 Amendment No. 2 for Storage Tank System Compliance Assistance between the Florida Department of

Environmental Protection and Orange County. All Districts. (Environmental Protection Division) Page 358-386
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3. Approval and execution of Subrecipient Agreement between Orange County, Florida and Housing Authority of the City of Winter Park related to

Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant Program [FAIN: B-18- UC-12-0003] for the specific purpose of Rehabilitation of Multifamily Affordable Housing in the amount of 874,800. District 5. (Housing and Community Development Division) Page 387-448
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4. Approval of Neighborhood Grants Advisory Board's recommendation of Non- Profit Safety Grants to Lighthouse Central Florida, Inc. ( 10,000), Life

Concepts, Inc. OBA Quest ( 10,000), Volunteers for Community Impact, Inc. ( 10,000), and W.E. Freeman Outreach Center, Inc. ( 5,000). All Districts. (Neighborhood Services Division) Page 449-454
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5. Approval of Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement Parcel ID: 05-24-28- 0000-00-010 by and between Gary Kreis and Orange County to construct

a wood deck and roofed balcony at 9147 Winter Garden Vineland Road, Orlando, FL 32836. District 1. (Zoning Division) Page 455-461
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

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

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1. Authorization to record the plat of Kingstown Reef. District 1. (Development Engineering Division) Page 462

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2. Approval and execution of Project Addendum to Master Agreement by and between CSX Transportation, Inc. and Orange County for the design of the

grade crossing surface at CSX Railroad Crossing No: 621489P on Exchange Drive, south of Presidents Drive and authorization to disburse 15,000 for the preliminary engineering design. District 6. (Roads and Drainage Division) Page 463-467
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3. Approval and execution of Project Addendum to Master Agreement by and between CSX Transportation, Inc. and Orange County for design of the grade

crossing surface at CSX Railroad Crossing No: 621603M on South Orange Avenue, south of Taft Vineland Road and authorization to disburse 15,000 for the preliminary engineering design. District 4. (Roads and Drainage Division) Page 468-472
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4. Approval and execution of Project Addendum to Master Agreement by and between CSX Transportation, Inc. and Orange County for the design of the

grade crossing surface at CSX Railroad Crossing No: 621488H on Exchange Drive, north of West Landstreet Road and authorization to disburse 15,000 for the preliminary engineering design. District 6. (Roads and Drainage Division) Page 473-477
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5. Approval and execution of Resolution of the Orange County Board of County Commissioners regarding Orange County Floodplain Management Plan, Orange

County Repetitive Loss Area Analysis (Public Version), and the Orange County Program for Public Information. All Districts. (Stormwater Management Division) Page 478-484
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS**

A. COUNTY COMPTROLLER

1. Receipt of the following items to file for the record: (Clerk's Office) Page 485 a. City of Ocoee Ordinance No. 2019-003 with Exhibit A (Legal

Description),
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and Exhibit B (Location Map). Ordinance 2019-003 (Annexation Ordinance for 3872 Old Winter Garden Road PUD), Tax Parcel ID: 28-22- 28-0000-00-019;

Case No. AX-07-18-75: 3872 Old Winter Garden Road PUD. An Ordinance of the City of Ocoee, Florida, annexing into the corporate limits of the City of Ocoee, Florida, certain real property containing approximately +/-1.25 acres located on the south side of Old Winter Garden Road and 260 feet east of Hempel Avenue, pursuant to the application submitted by the property owner; finding said annexation to be consistent with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan, the Ocoee City Code, and the Joint Planning Area Agreement; providing for and authorizing the updating of official City Maps; providing direction to the City Clerk; providing for severability; repealing inconsistent ordinances; providing for an effective date.
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b. Audit Report No. 475 -Audit of the Air Pollution Control Trust Fund Fiscal Year 2017-2018

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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, MARCH 26, 2019

Ill. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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1. Visit Orlando Bi-Annual Update. (Convention Center) Page 486

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2. Approval of budget transfer 19-0815 to increase the Supervisor of Elections budget and authorization to disburse 1,707,905. (Office of Management

and Budget) Page 487-490
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B. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Selection of one firm and an alternate to provide Disaster Debris Monitoring and Recovery Services, Request for Proposals Y19-131-TJ, from the

following two firms, listed alphabetically: Tetra Tech, Inc. Thompson Construction Services, LLC ((Public Works Department Fiscal and Operational Support Division] Procurement Division) Page 491-494
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2. Selection of one firm and two ranked alternates to provide Professional Engineering Services for the Final Design of Reams Road (from South of

Summerlake Park Boulevard to Taborfield Avenue), Request for Proposals Y19-804-CH, from the following four firms, listed alphabetically: DRMP, Inc. GAi Consultants, Inc. Inwood Consulting Engineers, Inc. Kelly, Collins Gentry, Inc. ([Public Works Department Engineering Division] Procurement Division) Page 495-503
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3. Selection of one firm and an alternate to provide Completion of Design Services for Corrections Building D, E and F Mechanical and Fire Protection

upgrades, Request for Proposals Y19-806-EB, from the following two firms, listed alphabetically: SGM Engineering, Inc. TLC Engineering for Architecture, Inc. ([Administrative Services Department Capital Projects Division] Procurement Division) Page 504-508
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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

IV. WORK SESSION AGENDA

A. PLANNING, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Avalon Road Roadway Conceptual Analysis Study. (Transportation Planning Division) Page 509-596

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2. Transportation Impact Fee Study - Part 2. (Transportation Planning Division) Page 597-710

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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

MEETING STARTS AT 2:00 p.m.

V. RECOMMENDATIONS

March 7, 2019 Board of Zoning Adjustment Recommendations

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TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019

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. Avalon Park Area Master Roads, amend for streetlighting; District 4

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2. Creekstone Area, amend for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 4

3. Hidden Springs Units 1-3, amend for streetlighting; District 1

4. Hidden Springs Unit 5, amend for streetlighting; District 1

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

6. Lakeshore Preserve Area, amend for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 1

7. Legado, establish for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 1

B. Boat Ramp

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8.' Applicant: Scott and Holly Greer, Little Lake Fairview, after-the-fact permit; District 5

C. Shoreline Alteration/Dredge and Fill

9.' Applicant: Scott and Holly Greer, Little Lake Fairview, after-the-fact permit, SADF 18-04-01 O; District 5

../The notated public hearing is quasi judh;ial 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.
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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, MARCH 26, 2019

VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued)

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Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) D. Development Plan

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10/ Applicant: Ian McCook, Nvision Development Management Services, River Run at Valencia Planned DevelopmenURiver Run at Valencia Apartments

Development Plan, Case DP-18-08-257; District 3
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E. Planning and Zoning Commission Appeal

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11.> ' AppellanUApplicant: Ivan Matos, Case RZ-18-11-051, November 15, 2018; District 4 (Continued from January 29, 2019)

F. Planning and Zoning Commission Board-Called

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12/ Applicant: Justin Solitro, Case RZ-19-01-057, January 17, 2019; District 2

G. Rezoning Public Hearing

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13/ Applicant: Thomas Daly, Daly Design Group, Inc., Tyson Ranch Planned DevelopmenULand Use Plan Amendment (PD/LUPA), Case LUP-18- 02-056; District

4 (Continued from January 8 and February 26, 2019)

..J 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.
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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/visitorslreports/MeetingsReportPage.asp .

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 ls 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 espafiol, por favor I lame 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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ORANGE COUNTY MAYOR

Jerry L. Demings

I. CONSENT AGENDA COUNTY MAYOR

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P.O. BOX 1393, 201 SOUTH ROSALIND AVENUE, ORLANDO, FL 32802-1393 PHONE: 407-836-7370 FAX: 407-836-7360 EMAil: MAYOR@OCFL.NET

March 15, 2019

TO: Board of County Commissioners

FROM: Mayor Jerry L. Demings

SUBJECT: Managerial Appointment - Mosquito Control Division Manager CONSENT AGENDA ITEM - MARCH 26, 2019

Tagged Passions:appointments, manager, and insect

It is my pleasure to appoint Steven Harrison as the manager of the Mosquito Control Division. In this capacity, Mr. Harrison will manage the

operations and services of the division, which will work under the direction of our Health Services Department.
Tagged Passions:health, appointments, services, manager, and insect

Mr. Harrison has served a lengthy career with the Florida Department of Agriculture, most recently serving as an environmental manager in the Bureau

of Inspection and Incident Response. Mr. Harrison has extensive experience in the field of mosquito control, where he has been responsible for hiring, training and evaluating the performance of the state's inspectors for the past five years. Additionally, Mr. Harrison was instrumental in the development of many of the department's goals, objectives, and training manuals relative to mosquito control. Mr. Harrison holds a bachelor of science degree in biology from the University of Central Florida.
Tagged Passions:agriculture, development, performance, environment, training, Development, university, manager, and insect

Mr. Harrison's appointment will be effective April 8, 2019, at an annual salary of 85,354. Action Requested: Confirmation of the Mayor's managerial

appointment of Steve Harrison as
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Manager, Mosquito Control Division.

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c: Byron W. Brooks, AICP, County Administrator Daniel P. Banks, Deputy County Administrator J. Ricardo Daye, Director, Human Resources Division Dr.

Yolanda G. Martinez, Director, Health Services Department John Goodrich, Deputy Director, Health Services Department
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, STSVEN DOUGL S,HARRISON . . , , 'i ,, 1 ' , , I , , , ' c ' ', 1 I ' , r '

921 Chapel Oaks Court [ Winter Garden, FL 34787 I (407) 23041761 SteveBlologlst@gmaJLcoxn

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OBJECTIVE Seeking a position as the Mosquito Control Division Manager with Orange Cou1lty Mosquito Control where I can excel and best utilize the

knowledg . skills, and experience l've gained while working for the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for over nineteen years.
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SKILLS ABILIT F.S An expert In mosquito control and pest control regulation and a dedicated leader with strong management and organizational skills.

Highly n1otlvated analytical thinker with ability to con1munlcate well both orally and In writing. Co inputer proficient with most comn1on computer programs used within the workplace Including Microsoft Office.
Tagged Passions:regulation, program, information technology, pest control, insect, and Information Technology

EDUCATION University of Central Florida-Orlando, FL-B.S. in Biology

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EXPERlEl'JCE

January 2000 to P.resent

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS), Bureau of Inspection and Incident Response (formerly Bureau of Ento1nology and Pest

Control)
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Environn1ental Manager: 09/2013-Present Over five years experience as a manager with thC lead agency that regulal:r; s all mosquito control

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w thh1 the state of Florida Responsible for hiring, training, evaluating, and monitoring performance and output ofbureau

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Inspectors wl10 perforn1 mosquito control inspections as well as inspections relating to the use of <'Iii pesticides (n1osqulto/public health,

structural, aquatic, agricultural, comn1ercial, etc.) within the state
Tagged Passions:health, agriculture, insect, and pesticide

Track all annual vork assignments and direct inspectors as needed Serve as first-line case reviewer of all Inspections and investigations conducted

by 111y inspectors Assist with developing bureau goals and objectives Co-authored several inspector training monui.ils Provide training to the n1osq11lto control and pest control lndustty by providing CEU classes to
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applicators Assisted with FDACS, Mosquito Control Incident Response Team, as Planning Chief

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Environmental Consultant: 04/200B-Ofl/2rl13 Pron1oted to Et1vlronn\ental Consultant and served as the Rureau ofF.nton10\ogy and Pest Control's

Tagged Passions:services, environment, and pest control

sole rnosquito co11trol inspector Traveled the entire state and pe 1 son 1lly conducted mosquito control inspections and prognun

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revie vs at each and every n1osq11ito conti'ol program v;ithin all sixty-seven counties

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OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER

ORANGE COUNTY

FLORIDA

COUNTY COMMISSION AGENDA Tuesday, March 26, 2019

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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, FL 32802 Telephone: 407-836-5690 Fax: 407-836-5599

www.occompt.com

1. Approval of the minutes of the February 26, 2019 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. Sell assets through online auction. b. Offer assets to non-profit organizations. c. Scrap assets. d.

Remove stolen assets from inventory. e. Demolish asset.
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Attachment to ftRequest For Action Number R19-002

Department/Office Asset Asset Purchase Original Depreciated Disposition Justif ication

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last using equioment Number Descrlotion o ... Cost Value Renuested

ROADS DRAINAGE 001268 FlATBED DUMP TRUCK.STERLING 1011812001 53,980.00 0.00 Sell assets through online auction. If no bids Assets are surplus are

received, offer to non proflt to the County's
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, streets, transportation, surplus, auction, and stormwater

organizations/scrap remaining assets. need. ROADS DRAINAGE 001403 FLATBED DUMP TRUCK, FORD 1213111997 37,898.00 0.00 ROADS DRAINAGE 001415 ASPHALT

PATCH TRUCK,FORD 211211998 79,693.00 0.00 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 001437 FLATBED TRUCK.STERLING 512711999 53,526.60 0.00 ROADS DRAINAGE 001439 FLATBED TRUCK, FORD 5127/1999 51,773.00 0.00 ROADS DRAINAGE 001442A FLATBED DUMP TRUCK, STERLING 512711999 50,738.00 000 ROADS DRAINAGE 001443A FLATBED DUMP TRUCK.STERLING 5/2711999 50,738.00 0.00 ROADS DRAINAGE 001467 FLATBED DUMP TRUCK, FORD 211012000 50,738.00 0.00 PARKS RECREATION 001629 FLATBED TRUCK.FORD 10/1/1980 15,360.00 0.00 HEAD START 001892 FLATBED DUMP TRUCK,FORD 10/1/1981 16,420.00 0.00 PARKS RECREATION 002143 UTILITY CART.KAWASAKI 215/1998 4,629.90 0.00 PARKS RECREATION 002156 UTILITY CART,KAWASAKI 12111/1997 4,448.00 0.00 PARKS RECREATION 002160 UTILITY CART.KAWASAKI 7/16/1998 4,611.00 0.00 PARKS RECREATION 002188 RIDING MOWER,HUSTLER 117/1999 5,941.60 0.00 PARKS RECREA T ON 002225 UTILITY CART, KAWASAKI 61112000 5,333.05 0.00 CORRECTIONS 002287 GOLF CART.JOHN DEERE 1/25/2001 6,355.44 0.00 UTILITIES FIELD SERVlCES DIVISION 002548 PUMP.MARLOW 9/1/1986 7,878.50 0.00 PARKS RECREATION 002887 TOWED FLAIL MOWER, BUSH HOG 7/13/1993 2,381.50 0.00 PUBLIC WORKS ENGINEERING 004135 CAR.PLYMOUTH 811/1986 9.063.15 0.00 FLEET MANAGEMENT 004617 SUV, CHEVROLET 5/14/1990 14,832.00 0.00 SOLID WASTE 004839 VAN, DODGE 819/1994 15,985.00 0.00 CORRECTIONS 005044 VAN,FORO 912912000 14,398.00 0.00 CORRECTIONS 005054 VAN, FORD 5110/2001 26,216.00 0.00 CORRECTIONS 005059 PICKUP TRUCK,OODGE 311412002 14,451.00 0.00 CORRECTIONS 005067 AlV.POlARIS 412512002 7,459.06 0.00 CORRECTIONS 005074 SUV, CHEVROLET 6127/2002 20,759.00 0.00 INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT 006190 PICKUP TRUCK.FORD 8/812007 37,561.24 0.00 ROADS DRAINAGE 008018 TRACTOR.MASSEY FERGUSON 41612000 76,934.95 0.00 PARKS RECREATION 008316 TRACTOR, FORD 10/1/1987 8,288.00 0.00 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 008328 CRANE TRUCK, LITTLE GIANT 10/1/1987 132,000.00 0.00 PARKS RECREATION 008482 TRACTOR,FORD 112811992 15,140.00 0.00 PARKS RECREATION 008621A TRACTOR,MASSEY FERGUSON 4129/1999 29,131.48 0.00 YOUTH FAM L Y SVCS 009470 BUS, THOMAS BUil T m/1995 49,104.50 0.00 ROADS DRAINAGE 009525 TRAILER.EAGER BEAVER 11/19/1996 15,190.00 0.00 EPD 009532 TRAILER,MEMCO 51611997 17,900.00 0.00 UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 009545 LIGHT TOWER TRAlLER,COLEMAN 9/25/1997 8,600.00 0.00 TORMWATER MANAGEMENT 009560 TRAILER,WITZCO 112211998 36,000.00 0.00 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 009561 TRAILER.TEX TRAILERS 3119/1998 3,950.00 000 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 009562 TRAILER.TEX TRAILERS 3/19/1998 3,950.00 0.00 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 009565 TRA LER,HEX'S BRAND 6/11/1998 3,950.00 0.00 UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 009660 LIGHT TOWER TRAILER.MAGNUM 4/11/2002 6,031.00 0.00 CORRECTIONS 009693 TRAILER.CHEROKEE 6/1212003 5,865.00 0.00
Tagged Passions:streets, preschool, utility, solid waste, Utility, cell tower, Public Transit, Cell tower, transportation, services, parks, Public Works, public works, poverty, family services, youth, golf, jail, recreation, and stormwater

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Attachment to Request For Action Number R19-002

Department/Office Asset Asset Purchase Original Depreciated Disposition Justification

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last uslna anufnment Number Description Date Cost Value R equested

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 012026 DUMP TRUCK, FORD 121912004 51,278.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:transportation and stormwater

CORRECTIONS 013180 VAN.DODGE 51611997 22,801.00 0.00 HOUSING COMMUNITY OE 013271 CAR, FORD 419/1998 15,039.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:jail and housing

CORRECTIONS 013347 VAN,CHEVROLET 1 1411999 23,546.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:jail

ISSNETWORK 013597 SUV, FORD 612112001 20,113.00 0.00 ZONING 013625 SUV.CHEVROLET 2fll2002 18,558.00 000 ZONING 013630 SUV.CHEVROLET 2f712002

18,558.00 0.00 UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 013685 MEDIUM DUTY TRUCK,FORD 6/2012002 45,584.00 0.00
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, zoning, transportation, and services

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 013688 MEDIUM DUTY TRUCK.FORD 612012002 45,584.00 0.00 COMMUNITY ACTION 013718 VAN, CHEVROLET 9/2612002 19,832.53

0.00 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 013732 PICKUP TRUCK, DODGE 101212002 24,023.00 o.oo STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 013733 PICKUP TRUCK.FORD 9/1712002 31,490.00 0.00 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 013770 PICKUP TRUCK.DODGE 2 1212003 34,056.00 o.oo STORMWATER MANAGEMENT 013804 PICKUP TRUCK, FORD 712912003 40,497.85 0.00 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT 013855 VAN,FORD 9/1512003 15,819.00 0.00 UTILITIES CUSTOMER SVCS 014105 PICKUP TRUCK,CHEVROLET 81512005 13,148.00 0.00 UTILITIES CUSTOMER SVCS 014107 PICKUP TRUCK.CHEVROLET 81512005 13,148.00 0.00 UTILITIES CUSTOMER SVCS 014108 PICKUP TRUCK.CHEVROLET 81512005 13,148.00 0.00
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, services, poverty, and stormwater

EPO 014146 PICKUP TRUCK, CHEVROLET 11/4/2005 27,711.00 0.00 UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 014151 PICKUP TRUCK, FORD 1212912005 48,669.00 0.00

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 014152 PICKUP TRUCK.FORD 1/3112006 48,669.00 0.00 ANIMAL SERVICES 014222 PICKUP, TRUCK,FORD 6/1912006 22,911.00 0.00
Tagged Passions:911, utility, Utility, transportation, services, and animal control

ANIMAL SERVICES 014225 PICKUP TRUCK.FORD 6/1912006 22,911.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:911, transportation, services, and animal control

EPD 014244 SUV.FORD 912512006 25,793.00 0.00 EPD 014245 SUV.FORD 9/25/2006 26,188.00 0.00 EPD 014246 SUV.FORD 9125/2006 25,793.00 0.00 EPD 014247

SUV.FORD 8/11/2006 26, 188.00 0.00 EPD 014248 SUV, FORD 8/1112006 26,188.00 0.00 EPD 014249 SUV,FORD 811112006 26,188.00 0.00 UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 014257 CARGO VAN, FORD 10125/2006 23,070.60 0.00 UTILITIES CUSTOMER SVCS 014270 PICKUP TRUCK.CHEVROLET 8/2112006 12,950.00 0.00 UTILITIES CUSTOMER SVCS 014272 PICKUP TRUCK, CHEVROLET 8/2112006 12,950.00 0.00
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, and services

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 014283 PICKUP TRUCK.FORD 9/1212006 49,805.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, and services

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 014285 MEDIUM DUTY TRUCK, FORD 10/24/2006 50,450.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, and services

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DMSION 014288 MEDIUM DUTY TRUCK, FORD 10124/2006 50,450.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, and services

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DMSION 014289 MEDIUM DUTY TRUCK.FORD 10124/2006 50,450.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, and services

CORRECTIONS 014294 VAN.FORD 10/1912006 27,104.00 0.00

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CORRECTIONS 014295 VAN, FORD 10/19/2006 27,104.00 0.00 UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 014304 TRUCK, FORD 2113/2007 51,624.00 0.00 ANIMAL SERVICES

014334 PICKUP TRUCK.FORD 5/1012007 23,638.00 0.00 ANIMAL SERVICES 014339 PICKUP TRUCK.FORD 5/1012007 23.638.00 0.00
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, services, animal control, and jail

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 014365 PICKUP TRUCK, FORD 712312007 52,781.00 0.00 CORRECTIONS 014370 VAN, FORD 7/1712007 30,025.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, services, and jail

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION 014378 PICKUP TRUCK,FORD 8/312007 52,781.00 0.00

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, transportation, and services

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Department/Office last usina eauiament

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION UTILITIES FIELD SERVlCES DIVISION UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION TAX COLLECTOR UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION STORMWATER IMNAGEMENT ROADS DRAINAGE UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DMSION UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION
Tagged Passions:streets, taxes, Taxes, utility, Utility, services, and stormwater

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION

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UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DMSION UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and services

UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION ANIMAL SERVICES UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION UTILITIES WATER PARKS RECREATION UTILITIES WATER UTILITIES FIELD

SERVICES DIVISION UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION UTILITIES WATER UTILITIES FIEb.D SERVICES DIVISION UTILITIES FIELD SERVICES DIVISION
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, animal control, water, parks, and recreation

SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE SOLID WASTE EPD PARKS RECREATION PARKS RECREATION PARKS RECREATION PARKS

RECREATION STORMWATER MANAGEMENT STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PARKS RECREATION STORMWATER MANAGEMENT STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PARKS RECREATION UTILITIES WATER
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