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AGENDA Orange  County Government •  Board of County Commissioners • 201South Rosalind Avenue County Commission Chambers • 1stFloor • County Administration Center TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 2008 MEETING STARTS AT 1:30   p.m. Invocation - District5 Pledge of Allegiance Introduction of Dr. James H. Ammons, President of Florida A&M University Presentation   of   FEMA   National   Flood   Insurance   Program   Community Rating System Award Recognition of members of the 2008 Employee Academy Public Comment* I CONSENT AGENDA A. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR 1. Approval for the Orange  County  Sheriffs  Office to spend $11,052 from the Law Enforcement    Trust    Fund   to   provide   eligible    contributions   to   the    Frontline Outreach  ($1,000),  Covenant  House  Florida  ($1,000),  and to  support the  Drug Abuse  Resistance   Education  ($9,052).  (Office  of  Management  and  Budget) Page  7-15 2. Approval of CIP  amendment  #09C-0030. (Office of Management and Budget) Page   16-17 3. Approval  to  award   Invitation  for  Bids   Y8-1096-LC,    Pest   Control   Services   - Convention   Center,   to   the   low   responsive   and   responsible   bidder,   Massey Services, Inc. The estimated contract award amount is $153,000 for a 3-year term. ([Convention    Center   Facility   Operations   Division]   Purchasing  and   Contracts Division) Page  18-19 4. Approval of  Amendment  5,  Contract  Y6-138-LC,   Liquid  Polymer,  with Polydyne, Inc., in the additional amount of $64,000. ([Utilities  Department Water  Reclamation Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 20 5. Selection  of the sole proposer, Liquid Solutions Group, LLC to provide  Engineering Services  for  Alternative  Water  Supply  Consumptive  Use  Permitting.   Request  for Proposal    Y9-900-PH.    ([Utilities     Department     Utilities     Engineering Division] Purchasing and Contracts Division) Page 21 -23 CONTINUED * Pursuant to Section 209 of the Orange County Charter, as amended on Nov.  4, 2008, the Board of County Commissioners sets 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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