July 12th edition of:

Community Update
A Report on the Activities of Alachua County Government

 

This Issues Features:

FY13 Budget Message
What’s On “Alachua County Talks”
Mosquito Precautions and Control Efforts
ADA Workshop
Reducing Outdoor Water Use
Animal Services Introduces Ask a Vet
Archer Braid Trail Public Workshop
Election Information
Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center Advisory Council
July Extension Programs
Commission Highlights

FY13 Budget Message

To the Honorable Alachua County Board of County Commissioners and the citizens of Alachua County:

It is my privilege to present the FY13 Tentative Budget and Budget Message. The FY13 total budget submitted herein is $312.2 million. The total FY13 Tentative Budget is $6 million less than last year’s FY12 Adopted Budget.
While we see some positive indicators, the economic recovery continues to move at a slow pace and I am not happy to report that property values in Alachua County have continue their downward trend. The Alachua County Property Appraiser reports that property values have dropped by 3.38% countywide. View FY13 Budget Message

Click to view the FY13 Budget Message.

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What’s On “Alachua County Talks”

Click here to view this edition of “Alachua County Talks.” It features an interview with Director of the H.T. Odum Florida Springs Institute Dr. Robert Knight.
Dr. Knight will be discussing the Institute’s Santa Fe Springs Restoration Action Plan and the general health of our region’s waters supply and the Floridan Aquifer.

Click here to view this edition of “Alachua County Talks.” It features an interview with Alachua County Environmental Protection Department Director Chris Bird.
Bird discusses issues related to the degradation of the local springs and rivers, and the challenges facing Floridians concerning an adequate supply of fresh water going into the future.

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Mosquito Precautions and Control Efforts

The significant rainfall associated with Tropical Storm Debby combined with warming temperatures has increased the local mosquito population. “Mosquitoes can transmit diseases such as Eastern Equine Encephalitis and West Nile virus, in addition to being a nuisance” stated Anthony Dennis, Environmental Health Director of the Alachua County Health Department (ACHD). “Residents are encouraged to decrease their risk of exposure to biting mosquitoes by following personal barrier precautions.”

DRAIN and COVER

COVER your skin with clothing and use mosquito repellent.

Keep mosquitoes out of your house. Repair broken screens on windows, doors, porches, and patios.

Other Prevention Measures

Repellent Information

For more information, see the CDC’s guidelines, or the EPA guidelines.

Click to view the County’s Fight the Bite PSA. This video can be shared online with friends and family on social networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

The Alachua County Board of County Commissioners appropriates significant funds for mosquito control. Over 200 County maintained retention basins are assessed for mosquitoes and larvicided (or treated with a naturally occurring bacteria,), if needed. Additionally, the Board has approved funding for the surveillance of mosquito population trends and disease transmission. The Alachua County Health Department and the Alachua County Department of Public Works coordinate the control efforts.

Citizens are encouraged to assist in identifying problematic areas by reporting them to the Health Department at 352-334-7930. While adulticiding (or spraying) for mosquitoes is currently not authorized in unincorporated Alachua County, comprehensive control efforts are constantly considered.

For additional information, contact the Alachua County Health Department at 352-334-7930.

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ADA Workshop

The Alachua County Equal Opportunity Office, along with the City of Gainesville’s Office of Equal Opportunity, is sponsoring a free ADA Workshop for local businesses and the general public on Thursday, July 26, 2012, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., at the Freedom Community Center at Kanapaha/Veteran’s Park (7340 SW 41st Place, on the corner of Tower Road and 41st Place).

The workshop will cover new regulations under the Americans with Disabilities Act that significantly impact public and private entities. The speaker is Mr. Jack Humburg, Florida Network Administrator with the South East ADA Centers. Mr. Humburg has extensive experience in disability rights, affordable housing, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Florida Accessible Building Code.

Area hotel owners and businesses are encouraged to attend the workshop to learn how the revised regulations affect them.

Click to view the event flyer.

For more information or to register, contact the Equal Opportunity Office at 352-374-5275, or 711 Relay.

Persons with disabilities who need an accommodation to participate in the workshop should contact the EO Office at least 3 business days before the event.

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Reducing Outdoor Water Use

Despite the recent heavy rains, the Alachua County Environmental Protection Department (EPD) reminds residents that it is still important to be mindful of water use. EPD is offering tips to help save water with landscape irrigation.

EPD’s water saving tips include the following:

“All of the sinkholes, failing wells, and dry lakes, river, and springs we have seen this year are a good reminder that we all need to reduce our demands on the aquifer we depend upon for our water supply,” said Alachua County Environmental Protection Department Water Conservation Coordinator Stacie Greco. She continued,”Almost 60% of residential water use occurs outdoors, so this is a great place to start saving water and money.”

For more information about drought tolerant natives and Florida Friendly Landscapes, visit the Florida Friendly Landscaping website, or call the Alachua County Extension office at 352-955-2402.

For more information, visit EPD’s Water Resources website, or contact Stacie Greco at 352-264-6829 or sgreco@alachuacounty.us.

 

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Animal Services Introduces Ask a Vet

Alachua County Animal Services has teamed up with WCJB TV-20 News to offer a segment titled “Ask a Vet.” This animal health advice segment will broadcast on Tuesday mornings, during the 6 a.m news. The segment is hosted by Animal Services Veterinarian Dr. Tecla Myrick.

Dr. Myrick has twenty years of experience and has worked for animal services both as an employee and a volunteer.

For more information, contact Dr. Tecla Myrick at 352-264-6870.

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Archer Braid Trail Public Workshop

Alachua County staff will hold a public workshop to review the 30% design plans of the proposed Archer Braid Trail on Tuesday July 24, 2012 at 6 p.m. The workshop will be held in the Kanapaha Middle School cafeteria located at 5005 S.W. 75th Street, Gainesville, FL.

Beginning at 6 p.m., the workshop will include displays of the plans for public review. At 6:30, staff will do a 30% plans presentation. This will be followed by a public comment period.

Staff will present a summary of public comments to the County Commission at a future meeting. The plans and alternatives will then go back through the formal County Commission and Metropolitan Transportation Planning Organization’s (MTPO) processes in the coming months.

For those unable to attend the workshop, the plans will be posted on the Growth Management Website and comments can be emailed to Transportation Planning Manager, Jeffrey Hays at jhays@alachuacounty.us.

For more information, contact Jeffery Hayes at 352-374-5249 ext. 6971.

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Election Information

Monday, July 16, 202
Last Day to Register to Vote or Change Party Affiliation
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Primary Election

Monday, July 16, 2012 is the last day to register to vote or change party affiliation for the August 14, 2012 Primary Election!

Voters are encouraged to verify and update their registration status online at www.VoteAlachua.com by clicking on “My Voter Information Page”. The Supervisor of Elections Office will be open from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. to accept voter registration applications. The Supervisor of Elections Office located at 111 S.E. 1st Avenue has an after-hours mail drop located at the main entrance. Voter registration applications received through the mail drop will be accepted up until midnight on the July 16th.

You may use the on-line application form at www.VoteAlachua.com to register to vote, update your voter information or update your signature. Be sure to fill out the form completely and check the correct box. You will then need to print the application form, sign it, and return it to the Elections Office. You may also register to vote in person at the Supervisor of Elections Office or by mail. For a list of other facilities in the county where voter registration application forms may be obtained, please visit our website or call the Supervisor of Elections Office at 352-374-5252. To vote in the Primary Election, mail-in applications must be postmarked no later than the July 16th deadline.

If you are already registered to vote in Florida, you can update your address by contacting the Supervisor of Elections by telephone or electronic means providing your date of birth or by written signed notice provided that the change is made directly to the Supervisor of Elections in the county of your new residence. Otherwise, you will be required to make your change of address on a voter registration application form.

You can change your party affiliation or change your name by notifying the Elections Office by using a signed written notice that contains your date of birth or voter registration number.  A voter registration application may also be used to change your party affiliation or change your name.

Florida Is a Closed Primary State

Florida is a closed Primary State. In a Florida Primary Election, you may vote only for candidates of the political party in which you are registered. In a Primary all registered voters may vote in non-partisan elections and on issues. Party changes must be submitted no later than 29 days prior to a Primary Election. The deadline to make a party change for the August 14th Primary Election is July 16, 2012.

Vote, It’s As Easy As 1 – 2 – 3

There are 3 ways to cast a ballot in this election. Voters may choose to vote by mail, early vote or vote at their precinct polling location on Election Day.

Vote By Mail

To request a ballot and Vote by Mail, voters may make their request online at www.VoteAlachua.com or call the Supervisor of Elections Office at 352-374-5252. Voters will need to make sure their address and signature on file with the Supervisor of Elections are current. Your mail ballot may not count if the signature does not match the signature on your voter record. You may update your signature by filling out a voter registration application form in person or online at www.VoteAlachua.com. All signature updates for use in verifying absentee and provisional ballots must be received in the Elections Office prior to the start of the canvassing of absentee ballots by the Canvassing Board.

To request a ballot for another voter, you must be directly instructed by the voter and be a member of the voter’s immediate family, or the voter’s legal guardian. Immediate family means the voter’s spouse or the parent, child, grandparent or sibling of either the voter or of the voter’s spouse.

Requests can be made online, in person, by mail, by telephone or by fax. All requests must include the voter’s name, residence address, and date of birth. The request must also include the requestor’s name, residence address, relationship to the voter and driver’s license number if available. Mail or fax request must also include the requestor’s signature.

The last day to request your ballot be mailed is Wednesday, August 8, 2012, by 5 PM.

A voter may designate in writing another person to pick up an absentee ballot starting Thursday, August 9, 2012. The designee must have a note signed by the voter, a picture identification of the designee and must complete an affidavit. The affidavit is available for download at www.VoteAlachua.com. The designee may not pick up more than two absentee ballots per election, not including the designee’s own ballot and ballots for members of his or her immediate family.

Absentee ballots are available at the Supervisor of Elections Office for voters who may have emergencies that will not allow them to go to their polling place to vote on Election Day.

All absentee ballots must be received in the Supervisor of Elections Office by 7:00 PM Election Day.  The Supervisor of Elections address is 111 S.E. 1st Avenue, Gainesville.

Vote Early

Early Voting for the Primary Election will be available starting Saturday, August 4, 2012 through Saturday, August 11, 2012.

Dates & Times
Saturday, August 4th and Sunday, August 5th: 10AM - 4PM
Monday, August 6th to Friday, August 10th: 10AM - 6PM
Saturday, August 11th: 10AM - 4PM

Locations
Supervisor of Elections Office
County Administration Building Location
12 SE 1st Street, Gainesville, FL 32601

Millhopper Branch Library
3145 NW 43rd Street, Gainesville, FL 32606

Tower Road Branch Library
3020 SW 75th Street, Gainesville, FL 32608

Florida Law requires voters to present picture and signature ID in order to vote, or vote a provisional ballot.

Vote At Your Precinct

Any voter may vote in the precinct of their residence between 7:00 AM and 7:00 PM on Election Day, Tuesday, August 14. Florida Law requires voters to present picture and signature ID in order to vote, or you may vote a provisional ballot. If you need to locate your precinct, go to www.VoteAlachua.com.

If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Supervisor of Elections Office.

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Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center Advisory Council

Victim Services and Rape Crisis Center Advisory Council has five open seats for its eleven member citizens’ advisory council. The advisory council assists the Center by promoting community awareness of the program, advising the County on future policies and directions, and engaging in an annual review of the program. A citizen does not have to be a survivor of violence to serve on the council. All that is needed is a willingness to invest time in support of the Center’s goal - to diminish the impact of sexual violence and facilitate recovery to victims and survivors of violent crime.

The Alachua County Victim Services & Rape Crisis Center provides services to survivors of interpersonal violence, sexual violence and personal injury crimes. Established in the Gainesville/Alachua County community for more than 36 years, the program is available to support and assist anyone who is a victim or survivor of violence.

Click here and scroll down to apply for any of the County’s advisory boards.

For more information, contact Advisory Board Program Coordinator, Mary Lowry at 352-264-6904 or mlowry@alachuacounty.us.

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July Extension Programs

Agriculture & Natural Resources Programs

These programs are offered by Barton Wilder, Agriculture & Natural Resources Agent, at Alachua County Cooperative Extension Office (2800 NE 39th Avenue, Gainesville).

Right of Way & Natural Areas Weed Control Workshop – July 24, from 9 a.m. to noon

Topics include: exotic weed identification, herbicides for Natural Areas & Right of Way, principles of vegetation management and herbicide calculations.

Registration fee to attend this class is $5.00 (includes light refreshments). 3 CEU’s Natural Area & Right of Way will be available.

Alachua County Summer Pond Workshop – July 25, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Topics include: fish identification and management, aquatic weed control and pond water quality.

Registration fee is $5.00 (includes hot dog dinner).

Please register at least three working days prior to these programs by calling 352-337-6209 (voicemail).

Family & Consumer Sciences Programs

These programs are offered by Dr. Brenda Williams, Family & Consumer Sciences Agent. All of these programs are held at the Extension Office (2800 NE 39th Avenue, Gainesville).

Three-part Financial Summer Camp for Adults (program topics listed below) – offered from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and repeated from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Basic Estate Planning - July 16, Topics include: wills, living wills and surrogate designation for health care. This class is especially recommended for parents with minor aged children.

Making Credit Work for You - July 23, Designed for those who want to review the components of credit scores, better understand the credit laws and get finances under better control. This class is especially recommended for young couples and college students.

Click to view the program brochure.

There is no cost to attend these classes and pre-registration is recommended but not required.

Food Safety and Quality Program (ServSafe®) - July 24, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

This program is dedicated to providing training which enables food managers and staff to offer Florida consumers’ food that is prepared in a clean and safe environment. For further information and to register, please visit the Food Safety and Quality website, or call toll-free at 1-888-232-8723.

Commercial Horticulture Programs

These programs are offered by Aparna Gazula, Commercial Horticulture Agent at the Extension Office (2800 NE 39th Avenue, Gainesville).

Living on a Few Acres (12 part series) – Fruits and Nuts – July 19, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

This session will provide information on production of high value alternative fruit and nut crops for local and niche markets.

Cost to attend is $10.00 for individuals and $15.00 for couples for entire series (notebook & materials provided).

Green Industries Best Management Practices – July 26, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

This workshop is designed to provide training in Best Management Practices for anyone working in the lawn, landscape, pest control, or municipal grounds areas. This is a required training class for all commercial and institutional fertilizer applicators in Alachua County according to the Alachua County Fertilizer Standards and Management Practices Code.

Registration fee is $25.00 includes materials and lunch.

Please register at least three working days prior to these programs by calling 352-337-6209 (voicemail).

For more information about these programs call 352-955-2402. Visit the Extension Office calendar for additional programs offered by the Extension Office.


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Commission Highlights

Announcements
The Board heard announcements by Mark Sexton Communications Coordinator. The announcements included information on Mosquitos.
Attachment:
Fight the Bite Video  Mosquito Press Release

FY13 Tentative Budget
The Board heard the presentation of the FY13 Tentative Budget
View FY13 Tentative Budget Presentation
Attachment:
FY13 Budget Message

Disability Awareness Month
The Board proclaimed July 2012 as “Disability Awareness Month”
Attachment:
Disability Awareness Month 2012.pdf

Farm-to-Restaurant Month
The Board proclaimed August 2012 as “Farm-to-Restaurant Month”
Attachment:
Farm to Restaurant Month 2012.pdf

Alachua County Health Facilities Authority
The Board approved the resolution to approve issuance of bonds by the Alachua County Health Facilities Authority to refinance bonds for Oak Hammock ($91,275,000), and authorized the County Attorney to submit an invoice in the amount of $5,000.00 to Oak Hammock at the University of Florida, Inc.
Attachment:
OakHammockReso.pdf
Attachment:
OakHammockInvoice.pdf

Inter-local Agreement Between the City of Waldo and Alachua County
The Board approved the inter-local agreement between the City of Waldo and Alachua County which will resolve the litigation of City of Waldo v. Alachua County.
Amount: $7,872.00 annually

Attachment: Interlocal Agreement Between Alachua County and the City of Waldo.pdf
Attachment:
City of Waldo Amended Complaint.pdf
Attachment:
Traffic Fines by Agency for 2010 and 2011.pdf

Nanotherapeutics, Inc.
The Board approved the QTI: Resolution supporting the request by Nanotherapeutics, Inc. for participation in the Qualified Target Industry. (Amended)
Amount: $105,000.00
Attachment: Exhibit A Nanotherapeutics.pdf
Attachment:
Exhibit B BOCC Nanotherapeutics Resolution.pdf
Attachment:
Exhibit C Nanotherapeutics Project Evaluation Matrix.pdf

Employee Policies
The Board approved the proposed revisions to five Employee Policies: 2-2, Standards of Conduct; 5-10, Out of Class Status; 7-4, Transfer of Sick Leave; 7-6, Family Medical Leave and 9-3, Disciplinary Policy
Attachment:
PolicyRevisionapprovedDrummond62012.pdf
Attachment:
Pol 2 2 Standards of Conduct proprevision dec 2011.pdf
Attachment:
Pol 9 3 Dsciplinary Offenses Penalties proposed purchsing card june2012.pdf
Attachment:
PolicyRevisionapprovedReid2011.pdf
Attachment:
Pol 7 4 Transfer of Sick Leaverevisionproposed dec11.pdf
Attachment:
Pol 7 6 FMLA proprevised decl2011definitionofchildsondaughterandnursingmotherrequirement.pdf
Attachment:
Pol 5 10 Out of Class Status proprevision dec 11.pdf

Alachua County FY12 CIP Project List
The Board  approved the amended CIP whichs adds NW 23rd Avenue at Ft. Clarke Blvd Intersection Modifications project onto the Alachua County FY 12 CIP project list. They directed staff to proceed with right-of-way acquisition from the School Board. The Board also approved the conceptual plans and direct staff to proceed with design and report to the BoCC for 30 percent design plan approval.
Amount: $1,578,000.00
Attachment: FY12 Mid Year Addition NW23 Ft Clark Intersection.pdf
Attachment:
NW23FCConceptPlanPresentation.pdf
Attachment:
NW23FCConceptPlans.pdf

Housing Programs Subordination Agreements and Lien Satisfactions
Concerning the Housing Programs Subordination Agreements and Lien Satisfactions, the Board approved the following: 1. Modify Board Guidelines for Signature of Contracts and Grants by the County Staff to: a. Authorize Growth Management Director to approve and sign Alachua County Housing Programs related satisfactions of lien and subordination agreements; b. Approve the form of the Housing Programs Subordination Agreement and Satisfaction of Mortgage Lien in lieu of subjecting each subordination agreement to the review process currently in place for contracts signed by County staff. c. Waive the reporting requirement for contracts signed by County staff to be identified in a report to be placed on the Board’s agenda in the case of subordination agreements with the provision that all subordination agreements will be recorded into public record. 2. Authorize County Attorney or designee to sign satisfaction of lien for any Housing Programs secondary mortgage in the event of a foreclosure or a deed in lieu of foreclosure by the First Mortgage holder.
Attachment: Propsed Revisions to County Manager Signature Guidelines.pdf
Attachment:
HUD Mortgagee Letter 94 2.pdf
Attachment:
Subordination Agreement.pdf
Attachment:
Satisfaction of mortgage lien.pdf

Transportation System Sales Surtax Ordinance for Roads
The Board conducted a public hearing and adopted an ordinance levying a .75 percent (3/4 percent) Charter County and Regional Transportation System Sales Surtax Ordinance for Roads for a period of 15 years to improve county and municipal roads, subject to voter approval, and authorize the Chair to sign.
Attachment:
RoadTax.pdf

State Land Planning Agency
The Board approved CPA 04-12 County initiated Comprehensive Plan Amendment for transmittal to the State Land Planning Agency and other agencies for review in accordance with Florida Statutes.
Attachment:
CPA0412locatormap.pdf
Attachment:
CPA0412powerpoint.pdf
Attachment:
CPA0412staffreport.pdf
Attachment:
CPA0412.pptx

Intergovernmental Coordination Element Map of Annexation Reserve Areas
The Board approved transmittal of Comprehensive Plan Amendment CPA-06-12, updating Intergovernmental Coordination Element Map of Annexation Reserve Areas, to the State Land Planning Agency and other agencies for review in accordance with Florida Statutes.
Attachment:
Exhibit 2 Resolution 11 80 as Approved.pdf
Attachment:
Presentation CPA 06 12 BoCC 071012.pdf
Attachment:
Staff Report CPA0612 BoCC 071012.pdf
Attachment:
Presentation CPA 06 12 BoCC 071012.pptx

Future Land use Map 2030
The Board approved transmittal of CPA 03 12 Amend Future Land use Map 2030 from Rural Agriculture to Preservation, to the State Land Planning Agency and other agencies for review in accordance with Florida Statutes.Attachment: Public Comment CPA0312.PDF
Attachment:
Locator map CPA 03 12 Perry Addition.pdf
Attachment:
CPA0312.pptx
Attachment:
CPA0312powerpoint.pdf
Attachment:
CPA0312staffreport.pdf

Large Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendments
The Board approved transmittal of the proposed amendments to Policy 7.1.22, removing the twice per year limit on processing large scale comprehensive plan amendments and adding a reference to Section 163.3184, Florida Statutes.
Attachment:
CPA_05_12_Presentation.pdf
Attachment:
CPA_05_12_CPA_Limit_Text_Amendment.pdf

Future Land Use Map 2030
The Board approved CPA-07-12: A request for a small scale amendment to the Alachua County Future Land Use Map 2030 from a Commercial land use designation to an Institutional/Medical land use designation on approximately 1.09 acres (Amended)
Attachment: CPA0712 Ordinance.pdf

ZOM-05-12 Rezone
The Board approved ZOM-05-12: A request to rezone from an ‘A’ (Agriculture) district to an ‘R-1c’ (Single Family Residential) district on approximately 2 acres. (Amended)
Attachment: ZOM0512 Resolution.pdf
Attachment:
ZOM0512 Background.pdf
Attachment:
ZOM0512 Powerpoint Presentation.pdf
Attachment:
ZOM0512 Staff Report.pdf
Attachment:
ZOM0512.pptx
Attachment:
ZOM0512 Public Comment.pdf

Campo Verde Subdivision
The Board approved the Replat of Lots 18, 19, 20 and 21 of the Campo Verde Subdivision
Attachment:
CampoVerde_Replat_Lots18_19_20_21.pdf
Attachment:
DRC Chair Report CampoVerde_Replat_Lots18_19_20_21.pdf
Attachment:
PlatsCampoVerde_Lots18_19_20_21.ppt
Attachment:
Campo Verde Replat_Staff report.pdf

Resolution Z-12-05 Zoning Change
The Board approved Resolution Z-12-05 approving the requested zoning change.
Attachment:
ZOM0412 Resolution.pdf
Attachment:
CPA0712 and ZOM0412 Staff Report.pdf
Attachment:
CPA0712 and ZOM0412.pptx
Attachment:
MeridianZoningReportandEnvironmentalInventory.pdf
Attachment:
MeridianZoningNeighborhoodWorkshopInfo.pdf
Attachment:
MeridianZoningApplicationandBackup.pdf
Attachment:
CPA0712 and ZOM0412 Powerpoint Presentation.pdf
Attachment:
MeridianZoningSurvey.pdf

Resolution Z-12-06 Special Exception
The Board approved Staff recommends that the Board hear the item and adopt the resolution (Z-12-06) approving the requested special exception.
Attachment:
ZOX0112 Public Comments.pdf
Attachment:
ZOX0112 Resolution.pdf
Attachment:
ZOX0112 Powerpoint Presentation.pdf
Attachment:
Watson Site Plans.pdf
Attachment:
ZOX0112.pptx
Attachment:
ZOX0112 Staff Report.pdf
Attachment:
Watson Special Exception.pdf


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Alachua County Advisory Boards

The Alachua County Commission is committed to citizen involvement on its advisory boards and is soliciting applications for the following vacancies:

Get Involved - Click here for an application: http://www.alachuacounty.us/government/bocc/advisoryboard.aspx

Applications are also available at the County Manager’s Office on the Second Floor of the County Administration Building, 12 SE 1st St., Gainesville. For more information, call (352) 264-6904.

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