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Orange County Government. Board of County Commissioners' 201 South Rosalind Avenue County CommIssion Chambers -1st Floor t) County Administration Center TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2014 MEETING STARTS AT 9:00 a.m. • Invocation - District 3 • Pledge of Allegiance • Great Oaks Village Caroling " Presentation of the Export Achievement Award to Correct Craft • Public Comment* I. CONSENT AGENDA A. COUNTY MAYOR 1. Confirmation of Mayor's managerial appointments: George Ralls as Deputy County Administrator, County Administrator's Office; Randy Singh as Assistant County Administrator, County Administrator's Office; John Petrelli title change to Director, Risk Management and Professional Standards; David Ingram as Assistant Director, Convention Center; Terry Devitt as Assistant Director, Convention Center; Carla Bell Johnson as Manager of Strategic Planning and Development, Convention Center; Tim Armstrong as Assistant Director, Utilities Department; Andres Salcedo as Assistant Director, Utilities Department; Bryan Holt as Deputy Chief of Operations, Corrections Department; Paulette Julien as Deputy Chief of Administrative Services, Corrections Department; Rickey L. Dumas as Manager of Correctional Facility, Corrections Department; Linda Brooks as Manager of Professional Services/Community Corrections Division, Corrections Department; Christopher Hunter as Director of Health Services Department; Julia "Ann" Caswell as Real Estate Manager, Administrative Services Department; and Sonya Hill as Head Start Manager, Family Services Department. Page 33-79 2. Board approval of amendment to the County Administrator and County Attorney employment agreements to extend the term from December 16, 2014 throug h December 4, 2018, and making a statutorily required change related to severance pay. Page 80-99 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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