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AGENDA Orange County Government Board of County Commissioners 201 South Rosalind Avenue County Commission Chambers 1st Floor County Administration

Center www.OrangeCountyFL.net
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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

MEETING STARTS AT 9:00 a.m.

Invocation - District 5 Pledge of Allegiance Presentation of a proclamation recognizing May 19 through May 25, 2019

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as Public Works Week Presentation of a proclamation recognizing May as Asian Pacific American

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Heritage Month Public Comment*

I. CONSENT AGENDA

A. COUNTY COMPTROLLER

1. Approval of the minutes of the April 9 and April 23, 2019 meetings of the Board of County Commissioners. (Clerk's Office) Page 24

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 24
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3. Disposition of Tangible Personal Property as follows. (Property Accounting) Page 24-25

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a. Scrap Assets. b. Return leased equipment to vendor. c. Dispose of assets totaled by our Third Party Administrator for its salvage

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value. d. Scrap assets for salvage value.

B. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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1. Appointment of Akbar Allan Ali to the Pine Hills Local Government Neighborhood Improvement District Advisory Council in the District 6

representative category with a term expiring June 30, 2020. (Agenda Development Office) Page 26-27
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CONTINUED *Pursuant to Section 209 of the Orange County Charter, as amended on Nov. 4, 2008, the Board of County Commissioners must set aside at

least 15 minutes at the beginning of each regular meeting for citizens to speak to the Board on any 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 21, 2019

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

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2. Appointment of Melissa Byrd to the Community Action Board in the Orange County School Board representative category with a term expiring December

31, 2020. (Agenda Development Office) Page 28
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3. Confirmation of the Mayor's reappointment of Commissioner Bonilla to the Arts and Cultural Affairs Advisory Council with a term expiring June 30,

2021. (Agenda Development Office) Page 29
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4. Approval and execution of Art in the Chambers Loan and Exhibition Agreement by and between Orange County, Florida and Orlando Museum of Art (OMA)

for the period of June 28, 2019 through October 18, 2019. (Arts and Cultural Affairs Office) Page 30-37
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5. Approval of budget amendment 19-24. (Office of Management and Budget) Page 38-39

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6. Ratification of payment of Intergovernmental claims of March 28, 2019, April 10, 2019, and April 24, 2019, totaling 1,781,274.43. (Risk Management

Division) Page 40
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C. COUNTY ATTORNEY

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1. Approval of proposed rev1s1ons to Administrative Regulation 6.02.05, titled Continuing Disclosure And Post-Closing Responsibilities For Debt

Issues. Page 41-49
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2. Approval of the Mediated Settlement Agreement in the case of Orange County v. Worship and Praise Center, Inc., et al., Case No. 2018-CA-008539-0,

Parcels 1008 and 7008, Boggy Creek Road South Project (Osceola County line to SR 417), and authorization for the County Attorney's Office to agree to the entry of the proposed Stipulated Final Judgment as to Parcels 1008 and 7008 on behalf of Orange County. Page 50
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3. Approval of Revisions to Board Rules of Procedure. Page 51-95

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D. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-168-AV, Fire Protection Systems Preventative Maintenance and Repairs, to the low responsive and

responsible bidder, National Fire Protection, LLC, in the estimated contract award amount of 648,946.85 for Lot A and 233,948.50 for Lot B for the base year. ([Administrative Services Department Facilities Management Division] Procurement Division) Page 96-98
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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) D. ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT (Continued) 2. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-610-AV, Yard Tractor for

South Water
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Reclamation Facility, to the sole responsive and responsible bidder, Briggs Equipment dba Mackinnon Equipment and Services. The estimated contract

award amount is 105,838. ([Utilities Department Water Reclamation Division] Procurement Division) Page 99-101
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3. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-724-RC, Moss Park Restroom, to the low responsive and responsible bidder, Bradway Contracting. The total

contract award amount is 538,000. ([Administrative Services Department Capital Projects Division] Procurement Division) Page 102-105
Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, capital spending, contract, Capital Spending, services, purchasing, and parks

4. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-735-TA, Gravity System Improvements Package 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, to the low responsive and responsible

bidder, Hinterland Group, Inc. The estimated contract award amount is 2.571,471. ([Utilities Department Engineering Division] Procurement Division) Page 106-109
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5. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-738-JS, Orange County Convention Center North/South Building Envelope Coating, to the low responsive and

responsible bidder, Viktor Construction Corp. The total contract award amount is 1,873,800. ([Convention Center Department Capital Planning Division] Procurement Division) Page 110-113
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6. Approval to award Invitation for Bids Y19-740-TA, Chiller Replacements at Utilities Administration Building, to the low responsive and responsible

bidder, Air Mechanical Service Corp. The total contract award amount is 379,000. ([Utilities Department Operation and Support Division] Procurement Division) Page 114-117
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7. Ratification of Purchase Order M95940, Emergency Repair for 36-lnch Force Main Failure, with Prime Construction Group, Inc., for a not-to-exceed

amount of 1,500,000. ([Utilities Department Field Services Division] Procurement Division) Page 118-119
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8. Approval of Amendment No. 10, Contract Y14-177A, Landscape Maintenance - Active and Inactive Water Plants, with D3 Enviroscape, LLC in the amount

of 34,916.10, for a revised total estimated contract amount of 226,216.10. ([Utilities Department Water Division] Procurement Division) Page 120-121
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9. Approval of Amendment No. 4, Contract Y17-1078A. Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Program Grant Contract for an increase in the

amount of 100,000. for a revised total contract amount of 1,178.222 ([Health Services Department Fiscal and Operational Support Division] Procurement Division) Page 122-123
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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

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

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10. Approval of Contract Y19-1076-TJ, Maintenance and Support of Internet Based Orange County Water Resource Atlas, with the University of South

Florida for the period of June 1, 2019 through May 31, 2023, in the not-to-exceed amount of 268,160. ([Planning, Environmental, and Development Services Department Environmental Protection Division] Procurement Division) Page 124-125
Tagged Passions:planning, utility, development, Utility, contract, services, water, environment, purchasing, Development, and university

11. Approval of Contract Y19-1119, Maintenance and Support of Fire Station Alerting System, with US Digital Designs, Inc. in the estimated contract

award amount of 110, 140.73 for a 1-year term. ([Fire Rescue Department Communications Division] Procurement Division) Page 126-127
Tagged Passions:contract, fire departments and districts, purchasing, communications, and Communications

12. Selection of Advanced Data Processing, Inc., to provide Medical Transportation Billing Services, Request for Proposals, Y19-1005-AV. ([Fire

Rescue Department Fiscal and Operational Support Division] Procurement Division) Page 128-132
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13. Approval and execution of Four Month Lease Agreement between The District Board of Trustees of the Tallahassee Community College and Orange

County, Florida and delegation of authority to the Real Estate Management Division to exercise renewal options required or allowed by the lease, as needed for Tallahassee Community College - Orange County Lobbyist 300 West Pensacola Street, Suite F, Tallahassee, Florida 32301 Lease File 2056. Leon County. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 133-143
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14. Approval and execution of First Amendment to License Agreement for Road Improvements and Ingress and Egress by and between Orange County and

Rosen Centre, Inc. and delegation of authority to the Real Estate Management Division to exercise renewal options and furnish notices required or allowed by the license, as needed for Convention Center Access Road between Rosen Hotel Complex and OCCC 9840 International Drive, Orlando, Florida 32819 Lease File 5005. District 6. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 144-150
Tagged Passions:leasing, streets, hotel, conventions, and license

15. Approval and execution of First Amendment to Facility Use Agreement by and between Grand Cypress Orlando LLC and Orange County, Florida and

delegation of authority to the Real Estate Management Division to exercise renewal options required or allowed by the lease, as needed for Grand Cypress Equestrian Center (SO Mounted Patrol) 1 Equestrian Drive, Orlando, Florida, 32836 Lease File 4037. District 1. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 151-156
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16. Approval and execution of Distribution Easement from Orange County to Duke Energy Florida, LLC, d/b/a Duke Energy and authorization to record

instrument for Rolling Hills Park Utility Easement. District 2. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 157-165
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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

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

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17. Approval of Contract for Sale and Purchase and Warranty Deed between Sweetwater Golf Country Club, Inc. and Orange County and authorization to

disburse funds to pay purchase price and closing costs and perform all actions necessary and incidental to closing for Pump Station 3226 (Sweetwater 1). District 2. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 166-181
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18. Approval of Drainage Easement from Ruth Christine Foust, Melinda F. Ramsdell, and Cynthia F. Craft to Orange County and authorization to disburse

funds to pay all recording fees and record instrument for Sloewood Drive Drainage Improvements. District 2. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 182-191
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19. Approval of Utility Easement from Northington Orlando Investors LLC to Orange County, Utility Easement from Destination Shoppes, LP. to Orange

County, and Subordinations of Encumbrances to Property Rights to Orange County from Fifth Third Bank, Craft Capital USA, Inc. and Synovus Bank and authorization to record instruments for Addison at Universal Blvd. Site Work Permit B16904162 OCU File 89108. District 6. (Real Estate Management Division) Page 192-217
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E. COMMUNITY AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval and execution of Florida Department of Children and Families Application for a License to Operate a Child Care Facility at Frontline

Outreach Head Start. This application is only executed by Orange County. (Head Start Division) Page 218-223
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2. Receipt and filing of Head Start Policy Council Program Information and Updates March 2019 and Head Start Policy Council Meeting Minutes February

21, 2019 for the official county record. (Head Start Division) Page 224-282
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3. Approval and execution of (1) State of Florida Statewide Voluntary Prekindergarten Provider Contract Form OEL-VPK 20 by and between Early Learning

Coalition of Orange County, Florida and Orange County, Florida and (2) Delegation of Signing Authority for the State of Florida Statewide Voluntary Prekindergarten Provider Contract related to the Orange County Head Start Program; and approval of State of Florida Statewide Voluntary Prekindergarten Provider Contract Private Provider Attachment Form OEL-VPK 20PP by and between Early Learning Coalition of Orange County, Florida and Orange County, Florida. (Head Start Division) Page 283-307
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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) F. FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT

1. Approval and execution of 2018 Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for Participating Orlando/Orange Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Agencies by

and between the Orange County Sheriffs Office (OCSO) and Orange. Seminole. Brevard, Lake, Osceola, and Volusia Counties. (Office of Emergency Management) Page 308-329
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2. Approval and execution of Federally-Funded Subaward and Grant Agreement Contract Number: 19-DS-01-06-58-02-XXX by the State of Florida, Division

of Emergency Management and Orange County in the amount of 14.706. There is no local match required. (Operations Division) Page 330-391
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G. HEAL TH SERVICES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval and execution of the renewal Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Ocoee Fire Department to provide Advanced Life

Support Transport Service. The term of this certificate is from June 1, 2019 through June 1, 2021. There is no cost to the County. (EMS Office of the Medical Director) Page 392-394
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2. Approval and execution of the renewal Paratransit Services License for OWL, Inc. to provide wheelchair/stretcher service. The term of this license

is from May 31. 2019 through May 31, 2021. There is no cost to the County. (EMS Office of the Medical Director) Page 395-398
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3. Approval and execution of the renewal Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for the Rocky Mountain Holdings, LLC dlb/a Air Care to

provide Advanced Life Support Transport Service. The term of this certificate is from June 1. 2019 through June 1. 2021. There is no cost to the County. (EMS Office of the Medical Director) Page 399-403
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4. Approval and execution of the Paratransit Services License for Specialty Care Transport Inc. to provide wheelchair/stretcher service. The term of

this license is from May 31, 2019 through May 31, 2021. There is no cost to the County. (EMS Office of the Medical Director) Page 404-409
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5. Approval and execution of the renewal Paratransit Services License for Florida Medical Transport, Inc. to provide wheelchair/stretcher service.

The term of this license is from June 1, 2019 through June 1, 2021. There is no cost to the County. (EMS Office of the Medical Director) Page 410-413
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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

I. CONSENT AGENDA (Continued) H. 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 414-496 LC 19-0410 LC 19-0440 LC 19-0421 LC 19-0379 LC 19-0375 LC 19-0504 LC 19-0474 LC 19-0422 LC 19-0396 LC 19-0383 LC 19-0393 LC 19-0477 LC 19-0455 LC 19-0399 LC 19-0415 LC 19-0404 LC 19-0486 LC 19-0499 LC 19-0401 LC 19-0417 LC 19-0406 LC 19-0327 LC 19-0390 LC 19-0403 LC 19-0429 LC 19-0407 LC 19-0366 LC 19-0451 LC 19-0430 LC 19-0435 LC 19-0408 LC 19-0378 LC 19-0210 LC 19-0453 LC 19-0458 LC 19-0412 LC 19-0402 LC 19-0355 LC 19-0269 LC 19-0461
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2. Approval and execution of Third Amendment to Right of Way Agreement Hollywood Plaza Parking Garage International Drive by and between Hollywood

Plaza Garage Realty, LLC and Orange County to adjust the timing of the conveyance and to provide for reimbursement of impact fees paid under protest. District 6. (Transportation Planning Division) Page 497-511
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3. Approval and execution of Proportionate Share Agreement for Cheddars Scratch Kitchen Turkey Lake Road by and between Westwood Blvd LLC and Orange

County for a proportionate share payment in the amount of 48,690. District 1. (Transportation Planning Division) Page 512-525
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I. PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval of temporary multi-way stop installation at Reams Road/Ficquette Road and Summerlake Park Boulevard. District 1. (Traffic Engineering

Division) Page 526-527
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2. Approval of multi-way stop installation at Beulah Road and Marshall Farms Road/Beard Road. District 1. (Traffic Engineering Division) Page 528-531

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3. 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 532-535
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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

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

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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 536-539
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5. Approval and execution of (1) lnterlocal Agreement between Orange County, Florida and City of Maitland, Florida regarding the transfer of

jurisdiction of Lake Avenue from South East Street to South Orlando Avenue and (2) County Deed by Orange County and the City of Maitland. District 5. (Roads and Drainage Division) Page 540-565
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6. Approval of No Parking zone installation on both sides of Taborfield Avenue from Reams Road to Brinbury Street. District 1. (Traffic Engineering

Division) Page 566-568
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7. Approval and execution of Central Florida Expressway Authority Application for a Temporary Right of Entry Permit. District 1. (Traffic Engineering

Division) Page 569-576
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8. Approval and execution of Central Florida Expressway Authority Application for Utility Permit. District 1. (Traffic Engineering Division) Page

577-585
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9. Approval and execution of School Impact Fee Agreement regarding an alternative impact fee calculation for Creative Village Parcel M Apartments 18-

006 by and among Creative Village Parcel M Owner, LLC, City of Orlando, The School Board of Orange County, Florida, and Orange County. District 6. (Traffic Engineering Division) Page 586-604
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J. UTILITIES DEPARTMENT

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1. Approval and execution of Joint Participation Agreement between City of Orlando and Orange County Regarding Construction of a County Water Main

and County Reclaimed Water Main (Narcoossee Road Expansion) by and between Orange County and the City of Orlando, Florida, in an amount not-to-exceed 5,581,740 for the construction of a 36-lnch water main and 24-inch reclaimed water main. District 4. (Engineering Division) Page 605-623
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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

II. INFORMATIONAL ITEMS**

A. COUNTY COMPTROLLER

1. Receipt of the following items to file for the record: (Clerk's Office) Page 624 a. Florida Public Service Commission Order Suspending Proposed

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SolarTogether Program Tariff. In re: Petition for approval of FPL Solar Together program and tariff, by Florida Power and Light Company.

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b. Orange County Industrial Development Authority Oaths of Office for the following members to the Orange County Industrial Development Authority:

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Julio L Rocha, Member Justin Vermuth, Chairman Paul Michelotti, Vice Chairman Casey Barnes, Secretary William R. Parsons, Assistant Secretary

c. Florida Public Service Commission Final Order Approving Duke Energy Florida, LLC's First Solar Rate Base Adjustment. In re: Petition for a limited

proceeding to approve first solar base rate adjustment, by Duke Energy Florida, LLC.
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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 21, 2019

Ill. DISCUSSION AGENDA

A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

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1. 2019 Legislative Session Update. (Legislative Affairs Office) Page 625

2. Appointment of two Board members and one citizen member to the 2019 Value Adjustment Board and the designation of two alternate Board members and

one alternate citizen member. Page 626-629
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3. Appointments to the Orlando Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board. Page 630-631

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RECESS

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

MEETING STARTS AT 2:00 p.m.

IV. RECOMMENDATIONS

May 2, 2019 Board of Zoning Adjustment Recommendations

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS

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Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m.

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A. Municipal Service Benefit Unit

1. North of Alberts - Westside and Westside Village, amend for retention pond(s) maintenance: District 1

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

3. Westside Village. establish for streetlighting: District 1

4. Winding Bay - Phase 1A, establish for streetlighting; District 1

5. Woodland Park Area, amend for streetlighting and for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 4

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6. World Design Center Parcels 5, 68, and 7 A, establish for retention pond(s) maintenance; District 6

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B. Board of Zoning Adjustment Appeal

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7 . ./ Appellant: Fernando Mariano Applicant: Francelis Gonzalez/Frank Case, Case VA-19-03-010, March 7, 2019; District 1

C. Planning and Zoning Commission Appeal

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8 . ./ Appellant: Michael D. Harding, MHarding Enterprises, Inc. Applicant: Michael D. Harding, MHarding Enterprises, Inc., Case RZ- 19-01-061, March

21, 2019; District 5

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

Commissioners prior to today's quasi-judicial hearing should be disclosed on the record or made a part of the record during the public hearing by or on behalf of the party who communicated with the Board member to allow any interested party an opportunity to inquire about or respond to such communication. Failure to disclose any such communication m<1y 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 thee)( 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:/fwww.orangecountyfl.net/visitorslreports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) D. Preliminary Subdivision Plan

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9./ Applicant: James Hoffman, VHB, Inc., Monk Property Planned Development/Monk Property Preliminary Subdivision Plan, Case PSP- 18-10-340; District

1
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10./ Applicant: Tony Reddeck, GAi Consultants, Inc., Bishop Planned Development/Bishop Landing Phase 3 Preliminary Subdivision Plan, Case

PSP-18-10-325; District 4
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E. Substantial Change

11. ,r Applicant: Eric Warren, Poulos Bennett, LLC, Springhill Planned Development/Spring Hill Phases 1 B-2, 1 B-3, 1 B-4 Preliminary Subdivision

Plan (PSP), Case CDR-18-06-188, amend plan; District 1
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12. ' Applicant: James McNeil, Jr., Akerman, LLP, Orangewood N-2 Planned Development/Grande Pines Parcel 11 D Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP),

Case CDR-18-07-231, amend plan; District 1
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F. Ordinance

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13. Repealing Orange County Ordinance 96-7, as amended by Ordinance 2007-15 and 2013-10, Orange County Code Chapter 2, Article V, Division 7,

pertaining to Orange County Educational Facilities Authority
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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.
Tagged Passions:legal, risk, communications, hearing, Communications, and court

Information regarding meetings held at the County Administration Building between any member of the Board and an outside party may be obtained at

http:l/www.orangecountyfl.net/visitorslreports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) G. Ordinance/Comprehensive Plan

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14. Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2019-1 Regular Cycle and Small Scale Development Amendments to the 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan (CP) and

concurrent rezoning requests and Adoption of Ordinances
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REGULAR CYCLE PRIVATELY-INITIATED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP AMENDMENTS

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Amendment 2019-1-A-1-2

Robert Reese for 18 Avalon Road, LLC Growth Center-Commercial (GC-C) to Growth Center-Planned Development-Medium-High Density Residential

(GC-PD-MHDR); District 1
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Amendment 2019-1-A-1-3

Adam Smith, VHB, Inc., for Adventist Health System/ Sunbelt, Inc. and Pulte Home Corp. Planned Development-Low-Medium Density Residential (PD-LMDR)

to Planned Development-Commercial/Low- Medium Density Residential (PD-C/LMDR); District 1
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Amendment 2019-1-A-1-4

Daniel T. O'Keefe, Esquire, Shutts Bowen LLP, for Diamond Resorts Cypress Pointe Ill Development, LLC Activity Center Mixed Use (ACMU) to Planned

Development-Commercial/Medium-High Density Residential (PD-C/MHDR); District 1
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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.

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) G. Ordinance/Comprehensive Plan (Continued)

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14. Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2019-1 Regular Cycle and Small Scale Development Amendments to the 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan (CP) and

concurrent rezoning requests and Adoption of Ordinances (Continued) REGULAR CYCLE PRIVATELY-INITIATED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP AMENDMENTS (Continued) Amendment 2019-1-A-4-1
Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, development, zoning, and Development

Thomas Sullivan for Dustin Lucas Planned Development- Industrial/Commercial/Conservation (PD-IND/C/CONS) to Planned Development-Medium Density

Residential/Industrial/Parks and Recreation/Open Space (PD-MOR/IND/PR/OS); District 4
Tagged Passions:development, industrial, Conservation, parks, Development, commercial, and recreation

Amendment 2019-1-A-4-3

Erika Hughes, VHB, Inc., for Boggy Creek Retail Development, LLC Planned Development-Commercial (PD-C) to Planned Development-Commercial/Medium

Density Residential (PD- C/MDR); District 4
Tagged Passions:development, Development, and commercial

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.

CONTINUED

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) G. Ordinance/Comprehensive Plan (Continued)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, and hearing

14. Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2019-1 Regular Cycle and Small Scale Development Amendments to the 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan (CP) and

concurrent rezoning requests and Adoption of Ordinances (Continued)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, development, zoning, and Development

REGULAR CYCLE PRIVATELY-INITIATED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP AMENDMENT AND CONCURRENT REZONING REQUEST

Tagged Passions:strategic and zoning

Amendment 2019-1-A-5-1

And

Thomas R. Sullivan, Gray Robinson, P.A, for Marolyn Cowart Russell, Trustee, and Park Square UCF, LLC Commercial (C) to Planned

Development-Commercial/Medium Density Residential (Student Housing) (PD-C/MDR) (Student Housing); District 5
Tagged Passions:development, parks, Development, commercial, and housing

v'Rezoning LUP-19-01-001

Tagged Passions:zoning

C-1(Retail Commercial District) and C-2 (General Commercial District) to PD (Planned Development District) (Burlington PD) Also, requested are three

waivers from Orange County Code; District 5
Tagged Passions:development, Development, and commercial

..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 communicalion 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.
Tagged Passions:legal, risk, communications, hearing, Communications, and court

Information regarding meetings held at the County Administration Building between any member of the Board and an outside party may be obtained at

htlp:/lwww.orangecountyfl.neUvlsltors/reports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.

CONTINUED

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) G. Ordinance/Comprehensive Plan (Continued)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, and hearing

14. Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2019-1 Regular Cycle and Small Scale Development Amendments to the 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan (CP) and

concurrent rezoning requests and Adoption of Ordinances (Continued)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, development, zoning, and Development

REGULAR CYCLE PRIVATELY-INITIATED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN MAP AMENDMENTS

Tagged Passions:strategic

Amendment 2019-1-A-5-2

Chris Dougherty, S ME, Inc., for The Wise Partnership Commercial (C) to Medium-High Density Residential (MHDR); District 5

Tagged Passions:commercial

Amendment 2019-1-A-5-3

Geoff Rogers, Silver City Properties. Ltd., for Silver City Properties, Ltd. Commercial (C) to Planned Development-Commercial/High Density

Residential (Student Housing) (PD-C/HDR) (Student Housing); District 5
Tagged Passions:development, Development, commercial, and housing

REGULAR CYCLE STAFF-INITIATED TEXT AMENDMENTS

Amendment 2019-1-B-FLUE-1

Text amendments to Future Land Use Element Policy FLU8.1.4 establishing the maximum densities and intensities for proposed Planned Developments

within Orange County; Countywide
Tagged Passions:development, Development, and policy

Amendment 2019-1-B-FLUE-2

Text amendment to reduce required minimum density and clarify the timing of road agreements for Horizon West Village I Special Planning Area;

District 1
Tagged Passions:planning and streets

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/visltorsfreports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) G. Ordinance/Comprehensive Plan (Continued)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, and hearing

14. Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2019-1 Regular Cycle and Small Scale Development Amendments to the 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan (CP) and

concurrent rezoning requests and Adoption of Ordinances (Continued) REGULAR CYCLE STATE-EXPEDITED REVIEW COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENTS ORDINANCE
Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, development, zoning, and Development

Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2019-1 Regular Cycle Amendments to the 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan (CP), adopting amendments pursuant to

Section 163.3184 and 163.3187, F.S.
Tagged Passions:strategic

SMALL SCALE DEVELOPMENT PRIVATELY-INITIATED AMENDMENTS

Tagged Passions:development and Development

Amendment 2019-1-S-2-2

Julie Salvo for School Board of Orange County Florida Low Density Residential (LOR) to Medium Density Residential (MOR); District 2

Tagged Passions:education

Amendment 2019-1-S-3-1

Jordan Theis for Trident Real Estate Investments, LLC Low Density Residential (LOR) to Office (0); District 3

Tagged Passions:investment

Amendment 2019-1-S-3-2

Harlan Hanson, Harlan Hanson, Inc., for Carse Limited Partnership 1 Commercial (C) and Low-Medium Density Residential (LMDR) to Planned

Development-Commercial/Medium Density Residential (PD-C/MDR); District 3
Tagged Passions:development, Development, and commercial

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.neUvisitors/reports/MeelingsReportPage.asp.

CONTINUED

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued) Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) G. Ordinance/Comprehensive Plan (Continued)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, and hearing

14. Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2019-1 Regular Cycle and Small Scale Development Amendments to the 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan (CP) and

concurrent rezoning requests and Adoption of Ordinances (Continued)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, development, zoning, and Development

SMALL SCALE DEVELOPMENT PRIVATELY-INITIATED AMENDMENTS (Continued) Amendment 2019-1-S-4-1

Tagged Passions:development and Development

Stephen Allen, P.E., for Eagle Global Holding, Inc. Rural Settlement 1/2 (RS 1/2) to Planned Development- Commercial/Office (PD-C/O) and Urban

Service Area (USA) Expansion; District 4
Tagged Passions:rural, expansion, development, Development, commercial, and settlement

Amendment 2019-1-S-4-2

Erika Hughes, VHS, Inc., for Francisco J. Bonnemaison, Trustee Planned Development-Commercial/Office/Medium Density Residential (PD-C/O/MDR) to

Planned Development-Commercial/ Office/Medium Density Residential (PD-C/O/MDR); District 4
Tagged Passions:development, Development, and commercial

Amendment 2019-1-S-5-1

Due Pham, Lan Pham, and Van Pham Office (0) to Low Density Office (LDR); District 5

Amendment 2019-1-S-5-2

Drew Shofner, BluRock Commercial Real Estate, LLC, for John W. Doyle and Marjorie H. Doyle Low-Medium Density Residential (LMDR) to Commercial (C);

District 5
Tagged Passions:commercial

Information regarding meetings held at the County Administration Bullding between any member of the Board and an outside party may be obtained at

http://www.orangecountyfl.neVvisitors/reports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.

CONTINUED

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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2019

V. PUBLIC HEARINGS (Continued Public hearings scheduled for 2:00 p.m. (Continued) G. Ordinance/Comprehensive Plan (Continued)

Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, and hearing

14. Amending Orange County Code, adopting 2019-1 Regular Cycle and Small Scale Development Amendments to the 2010-2030 Comprehensive Plan (CP) and

concurrent rezoning requests and Adoption of Ordinances (Continued) SMALL SCALE DEVELOPMENT PRIVATELY-INITIATED AMENDMENTS (Continued)
Tagged Passions:ordinance, strategic, development, zoning, and Development

Amendment 2019-1-S-5-3

Robert Paymayesh for Baldwin Park Professional Plaza, LLC Office (0) to Planned Development-Commercial (PD-C); District 5

Tagged Passions:development, parks, Development, and commercial

Amendment 2019-1-S-5-4

Steven Shea for Semoran Vista, Inc. Office (0) to Planned Development-Commercial (PD-C); District 5

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and commercial

Amendment 2019-1-S-5-5

Bryan Potts, P.E., for Florida Housing Affordability, Inc. Low Density Residential (LOR) to Low-Medium Density Residential (LMDR); District 5

Tagged Passions:housing

Information regarding meetings held at the County Administration Building between any member of the Board and an outside party m;iy be obtained at

http:flwww.orangecountyft.net/visitorslreports/MeetingsReportPage.asp.

CONTINUED

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