NumberSubjectAdopted
3119-18Changing zoning at 338 West Morse Boulevard from O-1 Office to C-2 CommercialAUG 13
3118-18Amending Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use element text policies and maps to enable approval of Central Business District Future Land Use on the property at 338 West Morse Blvd. and to change from an Office Future Land Use Designation to a Central Business District Future Land Use DesignationAUG 13
3117-18Amending sign regulations, regulating muralsJUL 23
3116-18Sydgan Corporation-changing zoning of Medium Density Multi-Family Residential (R-3) zoning to Commercial (C-2) at 218 S. Pennsylvania Avenue and 217 Hannibal Square East, and to change from Commercial (C-3) to Commercial (C-2) at 227 Hannibal Square EastJUL 9
3115-18Sydgan Corporation-changing Future Land Use designation of Medium Density Multi-Family Residential to Central business District at 218 S. Pennsylvania Avenue and 217 Hannibal Square East, and from Commercial to Central Business District at 227 Hannibal Square EastJUL 9
3114-18Z Properties-changing zoning map of Low Density Residential (R-2) to Parking Lot on portion of 301 North Pennsylvania AvenueJUL 9
3113-18Z Properties-changing Future Land Use designation of Low Density Residential to Parking Lot on a portion of 301 N. Pennsylvania AvenueJUL 9
3112-18Vacating and abandoning 15' utility easement – Project WellnessJUL 9
3111-18Renewing Gas Franchise with People’s GasJUN 25
3110-18Updated Comprehensive Plan policies into Land Development Code, specifically the policy to adopt a new Medical Arts zoning district and to amend the R-3 and PL zoning districtsJUN 11
3109-18Amending various sign code regulationsMAY 14
3108-18Amending official zoning map to establish Commercial (C-3) zoning on annexed property at 1562 West Fairbanks AvenueAPR 9
3107-18Establishing commercial future land use on annexed property at 1562 West Fairbanks Avenue and indicate annexation on other maps within Comprehensive PlanAPR 9
3106-18Sale of 1111 W. Fairbanks AvenueMAR 26
3105-18Vacating and abandoning a portion of Loren Avenue right-of-way from Elvin Avenue to the City limit line, Home Acres, RavaudageMAR 12
3104-18Adopting naming policyFEB 12
3103-18Mayflower Retirement Community – amending zoning map to change portions of 2141 Oakhurst Avenue from Single Family (R-1A) district Zoning to Low Density Residential (R-2) and Medium Density Multi-Family Residential (R-3) district zoning to allow expansions of the facilitiesFEB 12
3102-18Mayflower Retirement Community – amending Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map to change portions of 2141 Oakhurst Avenue from Single Family Future Land Use designation to a Low Density and Medium Density Residential Future Land Use designationFEB 12
3101-18Relating to the 6th Edition of the Florida Building Code & 2018 Edition of the International Property Maintenance CodeJAN 22
3100-18Vacating and abandoning a certain portion of the public right-of-way known as Laurel RoadJAN 22
3099-18Adopting Procurement Policy – amending signature authorityJAN 8
NumberSubjectAdopted
2208-18Recommending Timbers Holdings LLC be approved as a Qualified Target Industry BusinessAUG 13
2207-18Securing a public library construction grantJUN 25
2206-18Initiating negotiation process with City of Maitland and Orange County for an interlocal agreement for the contraction and annexation of certain land owned by the City of Winter ParkMAY 14
2205-18Adopting special assessment for Pansy Avenue, installation of street bricks and proposed non-ad valorem assessmentFEB 26
2204-18Between Town of Eatonville, City of Maitland and Winter Park supporting expansion of Wymore RoadFEB 26
2203-18Opposing Ractrac gas station at 2300 South Semoran BoulevardFEB 26
2202-18Designating 654 West Lyman Avenue (Restore Winter Park LLC) as a historic resource on the Winter Park Register of Historic PlacesFEB 12
2201-18Designating Partin Family Trust family cemetery at 2500 Modac Trail as a historic resource on the Winter Park Register of Historic PlacesFEB 12
2200-18Opposing Legislative efforts to impede the constitutional right Florida citizens have enjoyed for nearly 50 years to govern themselves under Municipal Home Rule PowersJAN 22