Commission Meeting Agenda
Regular Commission Meeting Agenda,
November 5, 2018, 6 p.m.
All interested persons are cordially invited to attend this public meeting.
Town Hall Commission Chambers, 409 Fennell Blvd., Lady Lake
Citizens are encouraged to participate in the Town of Lady Lake meetings. Citizen groups are asked to name a spokesperson. Speakers will be limited to three minutes. Additional time may be granted at the Mayor’s discretion. Upon being recognized by the Mayor, please approach the dais, state your name and address, and speak into the microphone. The order of agenda items may be changed if deemed appropriate by the Town Commission. Please be respectful of others and put your cell phone on silent mode.
A. Call to Order
Dr. Paul Harsh of the First Baptist Church of Lady Lake
C. Pledge of Allegiance
D. Roll Call
E. Public Comments [i]
F. Consent [ii]
2. Consideration of Extension of Towing and Recovery Services with Kling Towing (Chris McKinstry)
G. Old Business
H. New Business
5. Consideration for the Tanner Building — New Major Site Plan MJSP 06/18-001— A Multi-Tenant Commercial Development Consisting of a One-Story Building Proposing 10,000 Sq. Ft. of General Retail Area with 47 Parking Spaces, on Approximately 1.67 Acres Located at at the Southwest Corner of Hwy 466 and Clay Avenue, identified by Alternate Keys 1454646 and 1650798 (Thad Carroll)
6. Consideration of Approval to Extend the Hours of Operation for the Lady Lake Farmers Market, to Host a Special Market on December 22, 2018, and to Hold the Market One Saturday Every Month Starting in February (Mike Burske)
I. Town Attorney's Report
8. Ordinance 2018-42 — First Reading — An Ordinance Annexing Two Lots Located Within Orange Blossom Gardens Unit 1, referenced by Alternate Key Numbers 1482429 and 1482569; Owned by Villagers for Veterans, Inc. and Robert and Jeanine Bauman (Thad Carroll)
9. Ordinance 2018-43 — First Reading — An Ordinance Amending the Lady Lake Future Land Use Comprehensive Plan of Two Lots Located in Orange Blossom Gardens Unit 1, referenced by Alternate Key Numbers 1482429 and 1482569; Owned by Villagers for Veterans, Inc. and Robert and Jeanine Bauman (Thad Carroll)
10. Ordinance 2018-44 — First Reading — An Ordinance Rezoning Two Lots Located in Orange Blossom Gardens Unit 1, referenced by Alternate Key Numbers 1482429 and 1482569; Owned by Villagers for Veterans, Inc. and Robert and Jeanine Bauman (Thad Carroll)
11. Ordinance 2018-45 — First Reading — An Ordinance Regarding the Police Pension Share Plan (Pam Winegardner)
J. Town Manager's Report
13. Discussion and Direction Regarding Request from a Resident for the Town to Create an Ordinance Allowing Patrons’ Dogs within Certain Designated Outdoor Portions of Public Food Service Establishments Provided that the Food Establishment Desires to Allow Patrons’ Dogs in Designated Outdoor Portions (Kris Kollgaard)
K. Mayor's and Commissioner's Report
14. Discussion of Lake County’s Request to Recommend an Appointment for the Advisory Committee to the Lake County Museum Board (Mayor Richards)
L. Public Comments [i]
Please contact the Town Clerk’s Office with any questions at 352-751-1501.
This public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any handicapped person requiring special accommodations or an interpreter for the hearing or visually impaired should contact the Clerk's Office at least two days prior to the meeting. To access a Telecommunication Device for Deaf Persons (TDD), please call 352-751-1565.
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One or more members of any other Town Board or Committee may be in attendance of this meeting.
[i] This section is reserved for members of the public to bring up matters of concern or comments. It is not limited to items on the agenda and it is open to any concern or comments that the public may have.
[ii] All items listed under consent are considered routine by the Town Commission and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Town Commissioner so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the consent agenda and considered in its normal sequence.