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Board of County Commissioners

AGENDA Orange County Government Board of County CommlRsioners 201 South Rosalind Avenue County Con1111ission Chan1bell's 1st floor County

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

MEETING STARTS AT 9:00 a.m.

Invocation - District 4 Pledge of Allegiance Presentation of a proclamation recognizing May 5 through May 11, 2019 as

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National Travel Tourism Week Presentation of a proclamation recognizing May 5 through May 10, 219 as

Tagged Passions:recognition, travel, and tourism

Corrections Professionals Appreciation Week Public Comment*

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I. CONSENT AGENDA

A. COUNTY MAYOR

1. Confirmation of the Mayor's managerial appointment of James Fitzgerald as Fire Chief. Fire Rescue Department Page 19-21

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2. Confirmation of the Mayor's managerial appointment of Jennifer Moreau as Manager, Zoning Division, Planning, Environmental, and Development

Services Department Page 22-24
Tagged Passions:planning, appointments, development, zoning, services, environment, Development, and manager

B. COUNTY COMPTROLLER

1. 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 25
Tagged Passions:funding and finance

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 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, MAY 7, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) C. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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1. Confirmation of Commissioner Uribe's reappointment to the Lake Anderson Advisory Board of David M. Harding and Diane D. Robinson with terms

expiring December 31, 2020 and appointment of John J. Sharp with a term expiring December 31, 2019. (Agenda Development Office) Page 26
Tagged Passions:appointments, development, and Development

2. Confirmation of Commissioner Uribe's reappointment of Gary Meloan to the Lake Conway Water and Navigation Control District Advisory Board with a

term expiring December 31, 2020. (Agenda Development Office) Page 27
Tagged Passions:utility, development, Utility, water, and Development

3. Confirmation of the appointment of Juan F. Velez to the Board of Zoning Adjustment as the District 3 representative with a term expiring December

31, 2020. (Agenda Development Office) Page 28
Tagged Passions:appointments, development, zoning, and Development

4. Approval of the Membership and Mission Review Board's recommendations for advisory board appointments. (Agenda Development Office) Page 29 A.

Animal Services Classification Committee: Appointment of Bonita
Tagged Passions:appointments, development, services, animal control, and Development

Sease to succeed Rosina A. McVicker in the alternate representative category with a term expiring December 31, 2020. Page 30-31

B. Arts and Cultural Affairs Advisory Council: Appointment of Theo Webster to succeed Hal H. Kantor in the District 5 representative category and

Judith Shealey to succeed Patty G. Cloy in the District 6 representative category with terms expiring June 30, 2020. Page 32-33
Tagged Passions:council, appointments, and arts

C. Community Development Advisory Board: Appointment of Sandra Algarin to succeed Nathaniel Jenkins in the District 2 representative category with a

tenm expiring June 30, 2020. Page 34-35
Tagged Passions:appointments, development, Development, and community development

D. Disability Advisory Board: Appointment of Kirk Root to succeed Dyolena Jules in the at large representative category with a term expiring June 30,

2021. Page 36-37
Tagged Passions:appointments and disability

5. Approval and execution of (1) Federally-Funded Subaward and Grant Agreement Contract Number: Z0270 by the State of Florida, Division of Emergency

Management and Orange County related to current and future claims amendments with such changes deemed necessary in consultation with the County Attorney; (2) approval and execution of Modifications Z0270-1 through Z0270-22 to Subgrant Agreement between the Division of Emergency Management and Orange County; and authorization for the Mayor or designee or Deputy County Administrator Randy Singh to sign any future amendments. (Fiscal and Business Services Division) Page 38-151
Tagged Passions:grant, business, legal, contract, services, emergency, and administrator

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) C. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR (Continued) 6. Approval and execution of a Resolution of the Board of County Commissioners of

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Orange County, Florida, approving, solely for the purposes of Section 147(1) of the Internal Revenue Code, the issuance by the Capital Trust Agency

of its Educational Facilities Revenue Bonds (Renaissance Charter School, Inc. Projects), Series 2019, for the purpose of financing the project herein described; and providing an effective date. (Industrial Facilities Authority) Page 152-171
Tagged Passions:industrial, bond, education, Charter Schools, and charter schools

7. Approval for the Orange County Sheriff's Office to spend 16,500 from the FY 2019 Law Enforcement Trust Fund to provide eligible contributions to

Wayne Densch YMCA Family Center ( 1,500) and Boys Girls Clubs of Central Florida ( 15,000). (Office of Management and Budget) Page 172-178
Tagged Passions:budget and public safety

8. Approval of budget amendments 19-22 and 19-23. (Office of Management and Budget) Page 179-182

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D. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval of Change Order No. 2, Contract Y18-790, with Cafe Construction Development, Inc., in the amount of 84,956.70, for the replacement of old

metal halide light fixtures, with energy efficient LED site lighting fixtures at Barnett Park. The revised lump sum contract amount is 408,094.65. (Capital Projects Division) Page 183-185
Tagged Passions:construction, development, capital spending, restaurants, contract, Capital Spending, parks, Development, and energy

2. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y18-163-AV, Countywide Janitorial Services, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Owens, Renz Lee Co

.. Inc. dba Owens Realty Services, for Lot F - East District Buildings, in the estimated contract award amount of 537,960.14 and Lot G - Utilities Department Buildings. in the estimated contract award amount of 613,510.0B for a 1-year term. ([Administrative Services Department Facilities Management Division] Procurement Division) Page 186-191
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, contract, services, and purchasing

3. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-165-MV, Landscaping Services for Utilities Department, to the low responsive and responsible bidders by

Lot, for a 3- year term: Lot Bidder Estimated Contract Amt. A Aristocuts Lawn Garden Services, Inc. 271,602 B JHL Land Management, LLC 220,500 C JHL Land Management, LLC 218,700 D JHL Land Management, LLC 236,700 ([Utilities Department Fiscal and Operational Support Division] Procurement Division) Page 192-202
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, contract, services, and purchasing

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) D. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued) 4. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-1007-TA. Gravity Main

GIPP Lining Term
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Contract, to the low responsive and responsible bidder. Miller Pipeline, LLC. The estimated contract award amount is 245,890 for the base year.

([Utilities Department Field Services Division] Procurement Division) Page 203-206
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, utility, Utility, contract, services, and purchasing

5. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-1010-MV, Staff Augmentation for GOV - Cottage Workers, to the low responsive and responsible bidder,

Moten Tate, Incorporated. The estimated contract award amount is 222,300 for a 3-year term. ([Community and Family Services Department Youth and Family Services Division] Procurement Division) Page 207-210
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, contract, services, purchasing, family services, and youth

6. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-1044-PD, Right-of-Way Mowing -Apopka Area, Section I, to the low responsive and responsible bidder,

Groundtek of Central Florida, LLC. The estimated contract award amount is 277,950 for the base year. ([Public Works Department Roads and Drainage Division) Procurement Division) Page 211-214
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, streets, contract, purchasing, Public Works, public works, and stormwater

7. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y1045-PD, Right-of-Way Mowing - Apopka Area, Section II, to the low responsive and responsible bidder,

Groundtek of Central Florida, LLC. The estimated contract award amount is 350,540 for the base year. ([Public Works Department Roads and Drainage Division] Procurement) Page 215-218
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, streets, contract, purchasing, Public Works, public works, and stormwater

8. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-723-RC, Kelly Park Restroom, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Sloan Builders, Inc. The

total contract award amount is 605,000. ([Administrative Services Department Capital Projects Division] Procurement Division) Page 219-223
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, services, purchasing, and parks

9. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-726-JS, Orange County Convention Center North/South Building Automation System (BAS) Upgrade, to the low

responsive and responsible bidder, Johnson Controls, Inc. The total contract award amount is 2,400,000. ([Convention Center Capital Planning Division] Procurement Division) Page 224-227
Tagged Passions:rfp, planning, RFP, contract, purchasing, and conventions

10. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-737-RM, Pond 2 Berm Repair, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, S.E. Cline Construction, Inc.

The total contract award amount is 864,514. ([Utilities Department Solid Waste Division] Procurement Division) Page 228-230
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, construction, utility, solid waste, Utility, contract, and purchasing

11. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-739-JS, Orange County Convention Center Campus Remote Building Additional Mezzanines, to the low

responsive and responsible bidder, T G Constructors. The total contract award amount is 1, 160,000. ([Convention Center Capital Planning Division] Procurement Division) Page 231-234
Tagged Passions:rfp, planning, RFP, contract, purchasing, and conventions

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

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

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12. Approval of Amendment No. 3. Contract Y14-199-LC, Liquid Polymer Eastern Water Reclamation Facility (EWRF), with Polydyne, Inc., in the amount of

144,000, for a revised contract amount of 692,250. ([Utilities Department Water Reclamation Division] Procurement Division) Page 235-236
Tagged Passions:facility, utility, Utility, contract, water, and purchasing

13. Approval of Amendment No. 5, Contract Y16-1014, Sodium Hypochlorite, with Allied Universal Corporation, in the amount of 562,760, for a revised

contract amount of 2,373,800. ([Util ies Department Water Operations Division] Procurement Division) Page 237-238
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, contract, water, and purchasing

14. Approval of Amendment No. 1, Contract Y18-806-EB, International Drive Transit Feasibility and Alternative Technology Assessment, with HDR

Engineering, Inc. in the total amount of 481,353.04, for a revised contract amount of 1,431,607.12. ([Planning, Environmental, and Development Services Department Transportation Planning Division] Procurement Division) Page 239
Tagged Passions:planning, development, contract, transportation, services, environment, purchasing, Technology, Development, and technology

15. Approval of Contract Y19-812-EB, Design Services for the Orio Vista Flood Mitigation Project, with Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. in the total

contract award amount of 1,089,594.66. ([Public Works Department Stormwater Management Division] Procurement Division) Page 240-241
Tagged Passions:contract, services, purchasing, flooding, Public Works, public works, and stormwater

16. Approval of Funding Agreement Y19-1103 for the Provision of Training Qualified Mental Health Professionals in the Modular Approach to Therapy for

Children between Orange County, Florida and Judge Baker Children's Center in the amount of 340,000 for a 1-year term. ([Community and Family Services Department Mental Health and Homelessness Division] Procurement Division) Page 242-243
Tagged Passions:funding, health, legal, services, purchasing, training, mental health, family services, and judge

17. Approval of Funding Agreement Y19-1104 for the Provision of Funding a Multi Systemic Therapy Psychiatric Program between Orange County, Florida

and Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health in the amount of 630,000 for a 1-year term. ([Community and Family Services Department Mental Health and Homelessness Division] Procurement Division) Page 244
Tagged Passions:funding, health, services, program, purchasing, mental health, and family services

18. Approval of Purchase Order M95819, Design and Construction Administration Services for New Fire Station 80, with Architects Design Group, in the

amount of 189,908.90. ([Administrative Services Department Capital Projects Division] Procurement Division) Page 245
Tagged Passions:construction, capital spending, fire departments and districts, Capital Spending, services, and purchasing

19. Approval and execution of Right of Entry between The School Board of Orange County, Florida and Orange County, Florida for Right of Entry

(10-24-28-0000- 00-047). District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 246-251
Tagged Passions:education

20. Approval and execution of Remediation Agreement between Speedway LLC and Orange County and authorization to disburse funds to pay recording fees

and record instrument for Taft-Vineland Road (Orange Blossom Trail to Orange Avenue). District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 252-261
Tagged Passions:funding, streets, and trails

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

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

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21. Approval and execution of License Agreement for Lay Down Area at 10901 Tangora Street between RMS Constructors Group, LLC and Orange County,

Florida and delegation of authority to the County Administrator or Designee to approve extension requests for Park Manor Estates Underdrain, Y19-712-RM. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 262-273
Tagged Passions:streets, parks, administrator, and license

22. Approval and execution of Release, Termination, and Extinguishment of Easement by Orange County and authorization to record instrument for Water

Conserv II Utility Easement Parcel 852 (Clonts Groves). Lake County, Florida. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 274-278
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, property, and easement

23. Approval of Utility Easement from M.L. Carter Services, Inc., Trustee under a Florida land trust known and designated as Carter-Orange 23 1-4

Land Trust to Orange County and authorization to record instrument for Palm Parkway Connector (RIFCC). District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 279-284
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, services, and easement

24. Approval of Utility Easement from Ancora Orlando, LLC to Orange County with Joinder and Consent to Utility Easement from Westwood Lakes Property

Owners' Association, Inc., Utility Easement from RP I-Drive LLC to Orange County with Joinder and Consent to Utility Easement from Westwood Lakes Property Owners' Association, Inc., Subordination of Encumbrances to Property Rights to Orange County from MetLife Real Estate Lending LLC and Subordination of Encumbrances to Property Rights to Orange County from Apollo Bank and authorization to record instruments for LaQuinta Site Work Only Permit: B17903771 OCU File : 94687. District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 285-308
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, property, and easement

25. Approval of Utility and Access Easement from FP Essex Owner, LLC to Orange County and Access Easement (Reclaimed Water Meter) from Orlando Equity

Partners, LLC to Orange County with Joinder of FP Essex to Access Easement by FP Essex Owner, LLC and Subordination of Encumbrances to Property Rights to Orange County from Synovus Bank and authorization to record instruments for Essex at Universal Permit B18901760 OCU File 96787. District 6. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 309-332
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, property, and easement

26. Approval of Warranty Deed and Utility Easement from Spring Isle C, LLC to Orange County and authorization to perform all actions necessary and

incidental to closing for Spring Isle PD Master Lift Station Util. Permit 16-E-104 OCU File 90246. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 333-344
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and easement

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) D. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued) 27. Approval of General Warranty Deed from I Drive Loan Associates,

LLC to
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Orange County and authorization to pertorm all actions necessary and incidental to closing for VOA-Nerbonne PD Wildwood Avenue and Westwood

Boulevard. District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 345-350
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28. Approval of Utility Easement from Beachline South Residential, LLC to Orange County and authorization to record instrument for Starwood Phase N-1

A Permit : 16-U-077; OCU File : 87806. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 351-359
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and easement

29. Approval of Utility Easement from Beachline South Residential, LLC to Orange County and authorization to record instrument for Dowden Road

Segment 3 Permit :16-U-081; OCU File : 88186. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 360-373
Tagged Passions:streets, utility, Utility, and easement

30. Approval of Utility Easement from The Lodge at Hamlin, LLC to Orange County and authorization to record instrument for The Lodge at Hamlin - NC

Site Work Only Permit 818904226 OCU File 97095. District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 374-379
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, and easement

31. Approval of Utility Easement from Hunter KA LLC to Orange County with Joinder and Consents to Utility Easement from Town Center SS Associates,

LLC, Lake Orlando Properties, LLC, and The Carter-Southmeadow Land Trust, dated February 27, 2001 and authorization to record instrument for Child Day Care at Hunters Creek Permit B18906703 OCU File 97307. District 4. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 380-388
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, Child Care, and easement

E. COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval and execution of Grant Award Agreement between Office of the Attorney General and Orange County Board of County Commissioners in the

amount of 44,541. Matching funds are not required. All Districts. (Community Action Division) Page 389-404
Tagged Passions:funding, grant, legal, and poverty

2. Approval and execution of Agreement between Orange County, Florida and Central Florida Regional Workforce Development Board, Inc. d/b/a Career

Source Central Florida related to the Orange County Summer Youth Employment Program. The cost to the County is 60,000. All Districts. (Community Action Division) Page 405-422
Tagged Passions:development, program, employment, Development, poverty, youth, workforce development, and workforce

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) E. COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued)

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3. Approval and execution of License Agreement between Orange County, Florida and Pine Hills Community Council. Inc. related to Not-for-Profit

Community Center Utilization for the Provision of Services Benefitting the Public License Agreement No. 20190401 for Pine Hills Community Center and authorization for the Director of the Community and Family Services Division to execute any permitted renewals of the license agreement so long as those renewals do not substantively change or alter the terms and conditions of the license agreement. (Community Action Division) Page 423-443
Tagged Passions:council, services, license, poverty, family services, and community center

4. Approval and execution of Florida Department of Children and Families Application for a License to Operate a Child Care Facility at Callahan Head

Start. This application is only executed by Orange County. (Head Start Division) Page 444-449
Tagged Passions:facility, preschool, license, Child Care, poverty, and family services

5. Approval and execution of Schedule F of SNAP License Agreement between Earlscourt-Creche Child Development Institute and The Florida Network of

Youth and Family Services, Inc. (Youth and Family Services Division) Page 450-485
Tagged Passions:development, services, Development, license, family services, and youth

F. FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT

1. Adoption and execution of State of Florida Division of Emergency Management Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement. (Office of Emergency Management) Page

486-524
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2. Approval and execution of Delegation of Signing Authorily for the Florida Statewide Mutual Aid Agreement. (Office of Emergency Management) Page

525-526
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G. PLANNING, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Acceptance of the recommendation of the Environmental Protection Commission to deny the requests for variance to Orange County Code, Chapter 15,

Article IX, Section 15-342(c) (access walkway width) and Section 15-343(c) (storage locker size) for the Rick Arnold Dock Construction Permit BO 18-05-058. District 1. (Environmental Protection Division) Page 527-533
Tagged Passions:construction, boards and commissions, environment, and boating

2. Acceptance of the recommendation of the Environmental Protection Commission to approve the after-the-fact request for variance to Orange County

Code, Chapter 15. Article IX, Section 15-342(e) (roof height) for the Casey and Jennifer Deloach Dock Construction Permit BD-18-10-105. District 3. (Environmental Protection Division) Page 534-538
Tagged Passions:construction, boards and commissions, environment, and boating

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) G. PLANNING, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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(Continued) 3. Acceptance of the recommendation of the Environmental Protection Commission

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to approve the request for waiver to Orange County Code. Chapter 15. Article IX, Section 15-342(b) (terminal platform size) with the condition that

the applicant pay 1.160 to the Conservation Trust Fund within 60 days of the decision of the Board for the Roy Snoeblen Dock Construction Permit BD-18-11-112. District 1. (Environmental Protection Division) Page 539-549
Tagged Passions:construction, Conservation, environment, and boating

4. Approval of Conservation Area Impact Permit No. CAl-19-01-001 for Woodspring Suites. District 4. (Environmental Protection Division) Page 550-554

Tagged Passions:Conservation and environment

5. Acceptance of the recommendation of the Environmental Protection Commission to approve the request for waiver to Section 15-343(b) (side setback);

the request for variance to Section 15-342(g) (enclosed dock); the request for waiver to Section 15-342(b) (terminal platform size) with the condition the applicant pay 1,160 to the Conservation Trust Fund; and the request for variance to Section 15-342(a) (water depth) subject to the additional conditions that the existing dock on the adjacent, eastern parcel is removed prior to the Certificate of Completion of the new dock and the new dock shall not extend more than 62 feet waterward of the Normal High Water Elevation for the Martin Krytus Dock Construction Permit BD-18-08-092. District 1. (Environmental Protection Division) Page 555-563
Tagged Passions:construction, boards and commissions, utility, Utility, water, Conservation, environment, boating, and property

6. Approval of Neighborhood Grants Advisory Board's recommendations of Neighborhood Pride Capital Improvement Grants to Summerport Property Owners

Association ( 10.000) and Winter Hill Homeowners Association ( 8,325). Districts 1 and 6. (Neighborhood Services Division) Page 564-567
Tagged Passions:grant, capital spending, Capital Spending, services, property, and neighborhood

7. Approval of Neighborhood Grants Advisory Board's recommendation of Neighborhood Pride Entranceway Grant to Windward Estates Homeowners Association

( 4.731). District 3. (Neighborhood Services Division) Page 568-570
Tagged Passions:grant, services, and neighborhood

8. Approval of Neighborhood Grants Advisory Board's recommendations of Neighborhood Pride Mini Grants to Arbor Ridge Neighborhood ( 1.500) and

Village Green Estates ( 1.500). Districts 5 and 6. (Neighborhood Services Division) Page 571-574
Tagged Passions:grant, services, and neighborhood

9. Approval of Neighborhood Grants Advisory Board's recommendation of Neighborhood Pride Wall Repair Grant to Kelly Park Hills Community Association

( 11,500). District 2. (Neighborhood Services Division) Page 575-578
Tagged Passions:grant, services, parks, and neighborhood

10. Approval of Neighborhood Grants Advisory Board's recommendation of Non- Profit Safety Grant to Harbor House of Central Florida, Inc. ( 8,000).

All Districts. (Neighborhood Services Division) Page 579-581
Tagged Passions:grant, services, ports, boating, and neighborhood

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) G. PLANNING, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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(Continued)

11. Approval and execution of Proportionate Share Agreement for Hamlin Active Adult Living Apartments Avalon Road/CR 545 by and between SLF IV/BOYD

HORIZON WEST JV, LLC and Orange County for a proportionate share payment in the amount of 12,064 and future transportation impact fees that may be associated with the project pursuant to the Escrow Agreement for the Hamlin West Amended and Restated Road Network Agreement to be utilized towards the completion of Avalon Road/CR 545 improvements. District 1. (Transportation Planning Division) Page 582-598
Tagged Passions:planning, streets, and transportation

12. Approval and execution of Proportionate Share Agreement for Hamlin Reserve Daycare Avalon Road/CR 545 by and between SLF IV/BOYD HORIZON WEST JV,

LLC and Orange County for a proportionate share payment in the amount of 26, 193 and future transportation impact fees that may be associated with the project pursuant to the Escrow Agreement for the Hamlin West Amended and Restated Road Network Agreement to be utilized towards the completion of Avalon Road/CR 545 improvements. District 1. (Transportation Planning Division) Page 599-616
Tagged Passions:planning, streets, preschool, transportation, and Child Care

13. Approval and execution of Proportionate Share Agreement for Hamlin Reserve Medical Office Avalon Road/CR 545 by and between SLF IV/BOYD HORIZON

WEST JV, LLC and Orange County for a proportionate share payment in the amount of 28,258 and future transportation impact fees that may be associated with the project pursuant to the Escrow Agreement for the Hamlin West Amended and Restated Road Network Agreement to be utilized towards the completion of Avalon Road/CR 545 improvements. District 1. Transportation Planning Division) Page 617-634
Tagged Passions:planning, streets, and transportation

H. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval to maintain the All Way Stop condition with improvements at the intersection of Wyndham Lakes Boulevard at Brewton Lane/Callaway Drive.

District 4. (Traffic Engineering Division) Page 635-637
Tagged Passions:streets and traffic

2. Authorization to record the Plat for Kennedy Boulevard. District 2. (Roads and Drainage Division) Page 638

Tagged Passions:streets, zoning, and stormwater

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS**

A. COUNTY COMPTROLLER

1. Receipt of the following items to file for the record: (Clerk's Office) Page 639-640 a. Orange County, Florida Citizens Annual Financial Report

for the Year
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Ended September 30, 2018. b. Florida Public Service Commission Consummating Order. In re: Petition

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for approval of amended standard offer contract (Schedule COG-2) based on a combustion turbine avoided unit, by Duke Energy Florida, LLC.

Tagged Passions:contract, electric, natural gas, and energy

c. Florida Public Service Commission Order Approving Duke Energy Florida, LLC's LS-1 Rate Schedule Modifications. In re: Petition for approval of

modifications to rate schedule LS-1, lighting service, by Duke Energy Florida, LLC.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, electric, natural gas, and energy

d. Florida Public Service Commission Consummating Order. In re: Petition for approval of modifications to rate schedule LS-1, lighting service, by

Duke Energy Florida, LLC.
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, electric, natural gas, and energy

e. City of Apopka Notice of Annexation Ordinances, and Vicinity Maps as follows:

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Ordinance No. 2712. An Ordinance of the City of Apopka, Florida, to extend its territorial and municipal limits to annex pursuant to Florida Statute

171 044 the hereinafter described lands situated and being in Orange County, Florida, owned by the City of Apopka; located at 3251 Harry Street; providing for directions to the City Clerk, severabilily, conflicts, and an effective date. Ordinance No. 2713. An Ordinance of the City of Apopka, Florida, to extend its territorial and municipal limits to annex pursuant to Florida statute 171.044 the hereinafter described lands situated and being in Orange County, Florida, owned by Mary F. Reid Estate; located at 1506 Rock Springs Road; providing for directions to the City Clerk, severability, conflicts, and an effective date. Ordinance No. 2715. An Ordinance of the City of Apopka, Florida, to extend its territorial and municipal limits to annex pursuant to Florida Statute 171.044 the hereinafter described lands situated and being in Orange County, Florida, owned by Plymouth Harbor LLC; located at 1056 Bailey Hill Road; providing for directions lo the City Clerk, severability, conflicts, and an effective date.
Tagged Passions:ordinance, streets, ports, boating, and annexation

**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, MAY 7, 2019

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS** (Continued) A. COUNTY COMPTROLLER (Continued)

1. Receipt of the following items to file for the record: (Continued) (Clerk's Office) Page 639-640 e. City of Apopka Notice of Annexation

Ordinances, and Vicinity Maps as
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follows: (Continued) Ordinance No. 2718. An Ordinance of the City of Apopka, Florida, to extend its territorial and municipal limits to annex

pursuant to Florida Statute 171.044 the hereinafter described lands situated and being in Orange County, Florida, owned by Foremostco Inc.; located at 4550 Golden Gem Road; providing for directions to the City Clerk, severability, conflicts, and an effective date. Ordinance No. 2719. An Ordinance of the City of Apopka, Florida, to extend its territorial and municipal limits to annex pursuant to Florida Statute 171.044 the hereinafter described lands situated and being in Orange County, Florida, owned by Dennis R. Klepzig and Joann M. Klepzig, co-trustees Klepzig Family Trust; localed west of Plymouth Sorrento road and south of West Kelly Pard Road; providing for directions to the City Clerk, severability, conflicts, and an effective date.
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f. City of Orlando Voluntary Annexation Request - 1900 Oglesby Avenue - ANX2018-10005. Notice of Proposed Enactment. Proposed Ordinance 2019-12,

entitled: An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Orlando, Florida, annexing to the corporate limits of the City certain land generally located south of Oglesby Avenue, west of Clay Street, north of Crandon Avenue and east of Formosa Avenue, and comprised of 0.242 acres, more or less, and amending the City's boundary description; amending the City's adopted growth management plan to designate the property as Neighborhood Activity Center on the City's official Future Land Use Map; amending the boundary of Future Land Use Subarea Policy S.2.5; providing for amendment of the City's growth management plan; providing for severability, correction of scrivener's errors, and an effective date. A public hearing on this Ordinance will be held during Council's regular meeting beginning at 2:00 p.m., in Council Chambers, 2nd floor, Orlando City Hall, 400 S. Orange Ave., Orlando, Florida.
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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, MAY 7, 2019

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS** (Continued) A. COUNTY COMPTROLLER (Continued)

1. Receipt of the following items to file for the record: (Continued) (Clerk's Office) Page 639-640 g. City of Orlando Ordinance with Exhibit A

(Legal Description Form), Exhibit
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B (Map), Exhibit C (Future Land Use Existing and Proposed Maps), Exhibit D (Zoning Existing and Proposed Maps), and Orlando Sentinel Notice of

Proposed Enactment for Ordinance No. 2019-23. City of Orlando Ordinance No. 2019-23 entitled: An ordinance of the City Council of the City of Orlando, Florida, annexing to the corporate limits of the City certain land generally located south of Curry Ford Road, west of Conway Gardens Road, north of Edland Drive and east of Crocker Avenue, and comprised of 0.34 acres of land, more or less, and amending the City's boundary description: amending the City's adopted growth management plan to designate the property as Residential-Low Intensity on the City's official future land use maps; designating the property as the one Family Residential District (R-1) on the City's official zoning maps: providing for amendment of the City's official future land use and zoning maps: providing for severability, correction of scrivener's errors, permit disclaimer, and an effective date.
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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, MAY 7, 2019

Ill. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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1. Appointment to the Maitland Community Redevelopment Agency. Page 641

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B. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Selection of one firm and one ranked alternate to provide Professional Services for Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP), Request for

Proposals Y19-192-T J, from the following three firms, listed alphabetically: Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Services, Inc. Willis of Florida, Inc. World Risk Management, LLC ([Administration and Fiscal Services Department Risk Management Division] Procurement Division) Page 642-646
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2. Selection of one firm and an alternate to provide Design Services for the Orange County Convention Center Campus Roadway and Parking Improvements.

Request for Proposals Y19-808-JS. from the following two firms, listed alphabetically: AVCON. Inc. EAC Consulting, Inc. ([Convention Center Capital Planning Division] Procurement Division) Page 647-653
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C. PLANNING, ENVIRONMENTAL, AND DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. MetroPlan Orlando Board Meeting Briefing. Page 654

D. COUNTY MAYOR

1. Open Discussion on issues of interest to the Board. Page 655-657

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

IV. WORK SESSION AGENDA

A. COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Community Action Division Update. (Community Action Division) Page 658

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RECESS

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

MEETING STARTS AT 2:00 p.m.

V. RECOMMENDATIONS

April 18, 2019 Planning and Zoning Commission Recommendations

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 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. Sweetwater Country Club Area, amend for streetlighting; District 2

2. Verona, establish for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 4

3. Village of Bridgewater Planned Development Master, amend for streetlighting; District 1

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4. Vineyards of Horizons West Area, amend for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 1

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5. Waterleigh Area, amend for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 1

B. Petition to Vacate

6. Applicant: Ciriaco Diaz, Petition to Vacate 18-10-028; vacate two drainage easements; District 5

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7. Applicant: Andrew Asim Ardaman and Colleen Ardaman, Petition to Vacate 18-01-004; vacate a portion of right-of-way; District 1

C. Preliminary Subdivision Plan

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8/ Applicant: John Prowell, VHB, Inc., Wetherbee Acres Planned DevelopmentNVetherbee Acres Preliminary Subdivision Plan, Case PSP-18-05-143; District

4
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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.
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Information regarding rneetings held at the County Administration Building between any member of the Board and an outs de party may be obtained at

http:lfwww.orangecountyfJ.neUvisitors/reportslMeetlngsReportPage.asp.

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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2019

VI. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) D. Shoreline Alteration/Dredge and Fill

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9/ Applicant: Denise Hatch, Lake Jennie Jewel, after-the-fact permit, SADF- 19-03-005; District 3

E. Planning and Zoning Commission Board-Called

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10/ Applicant: Justin Solitro, Case RZ-19-01-057, January 17, 2019; District 2 (Continued from March 26, 2019)

F. Ordinance

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11. Amending Orange County Code, Division 4.5, Article VII, Chapter 38, pertaining to the I-Drive District Overlay Zone and Chapter 31.5 regarding

signage definitions - 1 hearing (2'' hearing on May 21, 2019)
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G. Agreement

12. Seventh Amendment to the Restated lnterlocal Agreement for Joint Planning Area between Orange County and City of Winter Garden; District 1

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.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:flwww.orangecountyfl.netlvisitorsfreports/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 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 inforrnaci6n en esparlol, por favor llarne 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 Fonns 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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April 25, 2019

TO:

FROM:

SUBJECT:

ORANGE COUNTY MAYOR

Jerry L. Demings

L 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

Board of County Commissioners

MayorJerryL. Deming Managerial Appointment CONSENT AGENDA ITEM MAY 7, 2019

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Fire Rescue Department

As you are aware, I have recently selected Chief James Fitzgerald to serve as our new Fire Chief of the Orange County Fire Rescue Department (OCFRD).

Chief Fitzgerald is a 36-year veteran of the OCFRD, and most recently served as the department's Deputy Fire Chief. Throughout his lengthy career with OCFRD, Chief Fitzgerald has provided steady leadership to the department's personnel and has assured our organization's constant growth across all fronts to meet the public safety demands of our community.
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I1nportantly, Chief Fitzgerald is recognized across the public safety arena for his strength of character, his integrity, and high moral values. As

OCFRD's first internal appointment to Fire Chief, he brings a legacy of experience and knowledge of Orange County public safety that is important to our continued organizational success. I am confident Chief Fitzgerald will fulfill his role as our new Fire Chief with the same values he has exemplified throughout his career.
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Chief Fitzgerald's appointment as Acting Fire Chief was effective May 4, 2019. llis permanent appointment will be effective May 19, 2019, at an

annual salary of 165,006.40. Chief Fitzgerald holds a bachelor of science in professional administration from Barry University. His resume is attached for your reference.
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Action Requested: Confirmation of the Mayor's managerial appointment of James Fitzgerald as Fire Chiet: Fire Rescue Department

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Attachment

c: Byron W. Brooks, AICP, County Administrator Daniel P. Banks, Deputy County Administrator/Public Safety Director J. Ricardo Daye, Director, Human

Resources Division
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Jam es M. Fitzgerald James.Fitzgerald@ocfl.net/ 407-836-9061/ P.O. Box 5879 Winter Park, Florida

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Professional Experience Deputy Fire Chief/ Deputy Director- Orange County Fire Rescue Department 12/12 - Present Responsible for providing

leadership, direction, and overall management in the daily operations of Orange

County Fire Rescue. This position is second in command, and assumes the position of Fire Chief during his absence. Manage department operations for

compliance with county policy, rules and regulations. Interim Fire Chief- Orange County Fire Rescue Department 11/11 - 12112 Responsible for providing leadership and direction to over I 100 fire department personnel for the delivery of
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emergency and nonemergency services. Manage department operations for compliance with county policy through administration of personnel poli-

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cies, labor contracts, rules and regulations. Prepare and oversee preparation of annual operating budget. Deputy Chief/ Deputy Diector- Orange County

Fire Rescue Department 2/08 -11/11 Reappointment to previous position.
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Deputy Chief/ Deputy Director- Orange County Fire Rescue Department 4/05 -12/07 Directly responsible for Communications, Logistics and Administration

Divisions. Direct oversight of fire department's budget. Served on fire department's negotiating team for all labor issues. Deputy Chief/Division Manager, Fire Administration - Orange County Fire Rescue 4/01 -4/05
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Responsible for management of the Employee Services Bureau, Safety and Wellness Bureau, Planning and Research Bureau and the Finance Bureau. Risk

Management Committee member.
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Management representative for labor negations. Oversight of department's fiscal responsibilities including: long range planning, coordinating

placement and
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construction of new fire stations. Battalion Chief- Orange County Fire Rescue Department 11/95 - 4/01 Supervised the Safety/ Risk Bureau, Maintenance

and Construction Section, Warehouse/Supply Bureau. Responsible for identification and selection of future fire station sites, including CIP coordination of all fire
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station construction projects. Developed/implemented replacement of all Self Contained Breathing Apparatus.

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Commander/Safety Officer - Orange County Fire Rescue Department 9189 -11/95 Responsible for administration of department's Risk Management and Safety

Program, including emergency
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and non-emergency activities. Served on County Risk Management Committee.

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Developed specifications for the procurement of protective clothing to meet state and federal regulations Responsible for meeting compliance with

state and federal regulations, accident prevention, safety training,
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exposure control and worker's compensation. Directly supervised Supply Bureau, fire station construction and the Self Contained Breathing Apparatus

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Program. Captain - Orange County Fire Rescue Department 5184 -9189 Orange County Fire Rescue Department's first Safety Officer. Developed and

implemented safety standards involving bloodbome pathogens and universal precautions, and
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was instrumental in the development of the Hepatitis B Training and Vaccination Program for the Orange Cowity Fire Rescue Department.

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Lieutenant-Orange County Fire Rescue Department 3/82 - 5184 Responsible for Firefighter Recruitment Program. Functioned as the department's Public

Information Officer.
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Interned with Orange County Risk Management in the development of the fire department's risk/safety pro- gram.

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