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City Council
Monday, September 23, 2019
Council Chambers
6:30 PM

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WELCOME to our City Council meeting. In the interest of time efficiency, the following will prevail for comments by the public. Each speaker will be permitted up to 3 minutes to state his/her case. Group presentations will be permitted 3 speakers including the spokesperson - each being limited to up to 3 minutes. No speakers will be interrupted. Please silence all electronic devices during the meeting. THANK YOU for participating in your City Government.

I. Call to Order

II. Invocation - Pastor Cameron Lashbrook, Asbury United Methodist Church

III. Pledge of Allegiance

IV. Presentations
1. Proclamation - Fire Prevention Week
2. State of the Lakes Presentation,Kathleen Gallagher McIver, Lakes Advisory Board Chair

V. Public Hearings
1. Resolution - Ad Valorem Tax Rate
2. Resolution - Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Budget
3. Ordinance - Capital Improvements Program 2020-2024

VI. Adjourn Council Meeting Convene CRA Meeting

VII. Old Business

VIII. Consent Agenda
1. Approve the City Council Regular Meeting Minutes of Monday September 9, 2019
2. Dommerich/Choctaw Sidewalk and Sandspur Trail Projects
3. Emergency Repairs - Cove Colony Road Utilizing Providence Construction
4. Bulk Fuel and Oil Purchases – Lynch Oil Company
5. Replacement of Fire Rescue Department Radios
6. Agreement for Construction Inspection Services with CPH, Inc.
7. Increase Purchase Order for Lift Station #10 Force Main Relocation Project
8. Increase Purchase Order for Helping Hands Lawn Care - Sandspur Medians
9. Resolution - Solid Waste Rates and Deposits

IX. Public Period

X. Decisions
1. Ordinance - Petition 2019-01 (AZ-PD) 700 Manor Road (Option-2)
2. Ordinance - Amending Chapter 7.5, Sections 7.5-53 and 7.5-133, Adding Factors for DRC Findings on Zoning Amendment and PD Amendment Recommendations
3. Adoption of City of Maitland Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan
4. Resolution - Ad Hoc Sustainability Committee

XI. Discussion

XII. City Manager's Report/City Attorney/Council Reports

XIII. Adjournment

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Disclaimer: Any opening invocation that is offered before the official start of the Council meeting shall be the voluntary offering of a private person, to and for the benefit of the Council. The views or beliefs expressed by the invocation speaker have not been previously reviewed or approved by the City Council or the city staff, and the City is not allowed by law to endorse the religious or non-religious beliefs or views of such speaker. Persons in attendance at the City Council meeting are invited to stand during the opening invocation and to stand and recite the Pledge of Allegiance. However, such invitation shall not be construed as a demand, order, or any other type of command. No person in attendance at the meeting shall be required to participate in any opening invocation that is offered or to participate in the Pledge of Allegiance. You may remain seated within the City Council Chambers or exit the City Council Chambers and return upon completion of the opening invocation and/or Pledge of Allegiance if you do not wish to participate in or witness the opening invocation and/or the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.