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08-30-2022 Agenda Packet PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION (LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY) REGULAR MEETING OCOEE CITY HALL Commission Chambers 1 N. BLUFORD AVENUE OCOEE, FL 34761 August 30, 2022 AGENDA 6:30 PM Revised I. CALL TO ORDER A. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance B. Roll Call and Determination of Quorum II. CONSENT AGENDA A. Minutes of the Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting held on July 12, 2022. III. OLD BUSINESS IV. NEW BUSINESS A. 1909 Leslie Ann Lane Variance Zoning Manager Whitfield 1. Variance Request (VR-22-05) B. 606 Center Street Variance Zoning Manager Whitfield 1. Variance Request (VR-22-06) C. Family Dollar/Dollar Tree Variance – Continued to Sept. 13, 2022 Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting 1. Variance Request (VR-22-07) D. Covington Oaks Zoning Manager Whitfield 1. Rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling) (RZ-22-07-39) E. Orchard Park ALF Zoning Manager Whitfield 1. Special Exception (08-22-SE-030) F. Ocoee Oaks Joint Venture Zoning Manager Whitfield 1. Rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling) (RZ-22-08-43) G. Ocoee Landings Mixed Use Building Zoning Manager Whitfield 1. Substantial Amendment to the PUD/Land Use Plan (RZ-22-07-41) 2. Large Scale Site Plan (LS-2022-007) V. MISCELLANEOUS A. Project Status Report B. August Calendar VI. ADJOURNMENT Notice: Any person who desires to appeal any decision at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings and for this purpose may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made which includes testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of these proceedings should contact the City Clerk’s Office 48 hours in advance of the meeting. MORE THAN ONE COMMISSIONER MAY PARTICIPATE OR HEAR DISCUSSIONS REGARDING A MATTER WHICH WILL COME BEFORE THE COMMISSION FOR ACTION. ITEM NUMBER II. A. CONSENT AGENDA MINUTES OF THE P & Z MEETING ON JULY 12, 2022 1 MINUTES PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION ACTING AS THE LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY Tuesday, July 12, 2022 I. CALL TO ORDER - 6:30 pm A. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance B. Roll Call and Determination of Quorum Present: Chair Lomneck, Vice-Chair Mellen, Member Kennedy, Alternate Member Keller Absent: Member Forges, Member Williams Also Present: Development Services Director Rumer, Zoning Manager Whitfield, Assistant City Attorney Drage, Recording Clerk Heard C. Annual Elections Chair Lomneck opened the floor for nominations of the Chair and Vice-Chair. Election for Chair Vice-Chair Mellen nominated Chair Lomneck for Chair for a term ending July 2023; Moved by Vice-Chair Mellen, seconded by Member Keller; Motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. Election for Vice-Chair Chair Lomneck nominated Member Kennedy for Vice-Chair for a term ending July 2023; Moved by Chair Lomneck, seconded by Vice-Chair Mellen; Motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. II. CONSENT AGENDA A. Minutes of the Planning & Zoning Commission Meeting held June 14, 2022. Motion for Approval of the Consent Agenda: Moved by Vice-Chair Mellen, Seconded by Member Keller; Motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. Planning & Zoning Commission July 12, 2022 2 III. OLD BUSINESS - None IV. NEW BUSINESS – Public Hearings (7:02 pm) A. Variance Request for VMG Shoppes at 101 West Silver Star Road, VR-22-04. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, July 7, 2022) Development Services Director Rumer presented a brief overview of this variance request, which is located at 101 West Silver Star Road and is zoned C-2 (Community Commercial District). He explained in 2021 this property received site plan approval and permitting for the construction of a one (1) story 6,300 SF office building with 1,200 SF of covered porch area. Adjacent to the west is the CSX Transportation railroad right-of-way. Construction of the project is currently underway and the building foundation and walls are in place; however, CSX Transportation has recently asserted that it owns fifteen (15) feet of property in addition to their right-of-way. In an effort to keep the project moving forward, the applicant is conceding the ROW line as presented by CSX Transportation, which will require them to remove parts of the building already built within the alleged ROW and an additional three (3) feet buffer. The applicant is requesting this variance because the three-foot buffer is less than the minimum 10-foot side yard setback requirement. The Board had no comments or questions. The applicant was present for questions. The Public hearing was opened. As no speaker forms were received, the public hearing was closed. (6:37 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of the Variance Request for VMG Shoppes at 101 West Silver Star Road, VR-22-04, based on factual interpretation of the code requirements, as presented by staff, and public testimony related; Moved by Vice-Chair Mellen, Seconded by Member Kennedy; motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. Zoning Manager Whitfield advised the applicant was not present for the next item, Item B, and asked the Chair if he would like to move this item down on the agenda. Chair Lomneck said the applicant was not present at the last meeting either; however, they could move to the next item and come back to Item B. Planning & Zoning Commission July 12, 2022 3 (Item B Heard out of Agenda Order 7:33 pm) B. Isaak Malka Property Annexation, Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential, Rezoning from County A-1 to City PUD & Preliminary Subdivision Plan; Project No(s): AX-04- 22-24, CPA-2022-003, RZ-22-04-37 & LS-2022-005. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, June 2, 2022) – Continued from the June 14, 2022, P&Z Meeting Zoning Manager Whitfield presented a brief overview of this property, which is approximately 5.08 acres and currently vacant, zoned Orange County A-1, and located south and west of Desert Candle Drive, east of the West Orange Trail and north of the West Road unimproved right-of-way, approximately 200 feet north of SR 429. The applicant is proposing to annex the subject property into the City, amend its future land use map designation from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential, and reclassify the zoning district from County A-1 to City Planned Unit Development (PUD) in order to develop a single-family attached residential subdivision. This parcel is located within the Joint Planning Agreement (JPA) with Orange County, which will need to be amended prior to the zoning reclassification. Zoning Manager Whitfield explained the applicant is proposing a 48-lot two (2) story townhome subdivision with a proposed density of 9.4 units per acre. She further showed the Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP) and noted various revisions made by the applicant and conditions recommended by the City’s Development Review Committee (DRC). The applicant has been asked to provide a traffic study to determine the impact this development could have on the intersection of Fountains West Boulevard and West Road and its proportionate share contribution, if any, toward the cost of the traffic signal installation at this intersection. Potable water and wastewater utilities will be provided by Orange County Utilities (OCU). The City of Ocoee would provide reclaimed water service. Discussion: Ben Beckham, P.E., Applicant, Madden, Moorehead & Stokes, LLC, Maitland, FL, stated he is present for any questions. The Public hearing was opened. As no speaker forms were received, the public hearing was closed. Member Kennedy stated at the last meeting residents were present, and he asked what their concerns were. Zoning Manager Whitfield stated they wanted to know if this development would have its own amenities, because non-residents have been utilizing their amenity center. She informed them this proposed development will have two parks, a dog park and people park. Chair Lomneck asked whether the 22 visitor parking spaces will be enough. Mr. Beckham stated the current plan has 22 visitor parking spaces, but they will add more if they are able to. Discussion ensued regarding on-street parking. (7:52 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Isaak Malka Property Annexation; Project No: AX-04-22-24, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Keller, Seconded by Vice-Chair Mellen; motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. Planning & Zoning Commission July 12, 2022 4 Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Isaak Malka Property Small Scale Comprehensive Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential; Project No: CPA-2022-003, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Vice-Chair Mellen, Seconded by Member Keller; motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Isaak Malka Property Rezoning from County A-1 to City PUD; Project No: RZ-22-04-37, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Vice- Chair Mellen, Seconded by Member Keller; motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Isaak Malka Property Preliminary Subdivision Plan; Project No: LS-2022-005, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Keller, Seconded by Vice-Chair Mellen; motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. (Item C Heard out of Agenda Order 6:40 pm) C. Ocoee Crown Point PUD (Tract 9 & 47) Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan for a Mixed Use at Fullers Cross Road & Ocoee Apopka Road, Project No. LS-2022-003. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, July 7, 2022) Development Services Director Rumer presented a brief overview of the proposed Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan, which is approximately 17.96 acres and located on the northeast corner of Ocoee Apopka Road and Fullers Cross Road. The project lies within the Crown Point PUD and is zoned "Planned Unit Development" (PUD). The Future Land Use designation for the subject site is "Commercial". He explained the proposed project is a 330 unit multi-family development, which will consist of three (3) buildings. Building 1 will be four (4) stories with 186 units. Building 2 will be five (5) stories with 72 units and tuck-under parking, and Building 3 will be five (5) stories with 72 units and tuck-under parking. The development also proposed a retail portion consisting of two (2) buildings with up to 7,500 SF with a minimum front setback to Fullers Cross Road and Ocoee Apopka Road. Development Services Director Rumer explained the proposed three (3) access points as follows: 1) Full access on Fullers Cross Road that utilizes cross access with the existing Glad Tidings Church, which is adjacent to the parcel on the east side. The applicant and the Church are still working on the final design of the cross-access; 2) A right in/right out on Ocoee Apopka Road about midway north of the intersection of Ocoee Apopka Road and Fullers Cross Road. The access is primarily for retail users; 3) Full access on the project's north side on Ocoee Apopka Road. The entrances into the apartments will be gated with a vehicle turn-around before the gates. Planning & Zoning Commission July 12, 2022 5 Charlie Potter, P.E., AVID Group, LLC, Palm Harbor, FL, stated he is really excited about this project, and they worked diligently with staff on the site plan; and further, the DRC had very minor site plan comments. He said they are aware of potential issues with the access point with the church to the east, which will need to be finalized. Chair Lomneck opened the public hearing. Pastor Gary Howell, Glad Tidings Church, shared his concerns with the shared access point off of Fullers Cross Road. He stated the church has a school, which brings approximately 200 cars per day for drop off/pick up. He is concerned with the gated access to the apartments, which may cause traffic backups/stacking. He is concerned about security issues for the school. He further stated he is concerned the residents of the apartments may utilize the church’s parking lot if the developer does not install a fence or wall between their properties. Chair Lomneck closed the public hearing. Discussion: Chair Lomneck asked whether a roundabout would be more beneficial at the entrance to the apartments and church than the current layout. Development Services Director Rumer said there are a number of options, because that access will be full access. He further explained that there is not a requirement for the developer to install perimeter walls or fencing. Chair Lomneck asked if they could make a recommendation for that. Development Services Director Rumer indicated the board can make a recommendation. Vice-Chair Mellen inquired if moving the access point off of Fullers Cross Road to the west of the current entry point would be more beneficial. Development Services Director Rumer explained that was the location of the access point on their first site plan; however, it had to be moved further away from the traffic light at the Fullers Cross Road/Ocoee Apopka Road intersection. Member Keller stated a fence should be installed between the apartments and the church. Chair Lomneck asked the applicant whether they have thought about putting up a fence or wall. Mr. Potter stated they have not started the final site plan yet; however, they want security as well. Chair Lomneck stated he does not see a way to fix the Fullers Cross Road access point at this time, but recommended to place a brick wall in between the properties. Member Kennedy asked the applicant to comment on Pastor Howell’s concern that the residents would park in the church’s parking lot. Mr. Potter expressed he believes they are making considerable concessions, because their current proposal is to build a third of the density of what the PUD allows. He further explained the access off of Fullers Cross Road and stated the proposed plan gives the church their own traffic lane that goes directly to the church. Member Kennedy stated he does not care for the joint access off of Fullers Cross Road. He asked whether the apartments will be low income or subsidized, to which Mr. Potter answered in the negative. Chair Lomneck inquired if the retail will have any drive-thrus. Development Services Director Rumer answered in the negative, and further stated there will be a list of some prohibited uses. Chair Lomneck invited Pastor Howell to state some closing remarks. Planning & Zoning Commission July 12, 2022 6 Pastor Howell expressed he appreciates the developer’s willingness to sit down and talk with the church, and hopes they can come to an agreement. He stated he learned that the retail portion has an entrance from Ocoee Apopka Road and an exit onto Fullers Cross Road, which is another concern. He explained the church always knew there would be a store developing on that parcel; however, they never anticipated residential apartments, which changes the dynamics. (7:07 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Ocoee Crown Point PUD (Tract 9 & 47) Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan for a Mixed Use at Fullers Cross Road & Ocoee Apopka Road; Project No. LS-2022-003, with an added recommendation to add a non-natural buffer, fence or barrier, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Vice-Chair Mellen, Seconded by Member Keller; motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. (Item D Heard out of Agenda Order 7:08 pm) D. Ocoee Crown Point PUD (Tracts 6C, 6E, 6F, 6D & 33) Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan for a Mixed Use Development, Project No. LS-2022-006. (Advertised in the West Orange Times on Thursday, July 7, 2022) Development Services Director Rumer presented a brief overview of the proposed Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan, which is located on the west side of Ocoee Apopka Road and on the north side of State Road 429 and is approximately 16.19 acres. The project lies within the Crown Point PUD and is zoned “Planned Unit Development” (PUD). The Future Land Use designation for the subject site is “Commercial”. He explained the proposed project is a mixed-use development consisting of 301 multi-family dwelling units and 20,000 square feet of commercial retail space within nine (9) buildings. The proposed mixture of buildings includes two (2) mixed-use buildings with residential and commercial space, one (1) live/work building, one (1) stand-alone retail building, and five (5) multi-family residential buildings. Two (2) of the five (5) residential buildings will be townhome-style multi-family residential buildings. Stormwater ponds are provided via existing offsite retention. Development Services Director Rumer further explained the surrounding roadways and indicated Ocoee Crown Point Parkway will be extended south in the near future to meet up with East Crown Point Road. This extension will alleviate traffic on Ocoee Apopka Road. The project is served by three (3) entrance points: 1) Access and a new public road at the existing roundabout on Ocoee Crown Point Parkway; 2) Full access on Ocoee Apopka Road north of the signal for the West Orange Trail; and 3) Full access to the south side Tract, which will be the entrance into the future OCPS Technical School. Discussion: Holly Collins-Garcia, Applicant, Wire Development, LLC, Tampa, FL, explained their live/work units they developed in Windermere at The Retreat in Summerport, which promote community businesses. She further stated they have been working with Orange County and the City to create a place to relax such as a coffee or ice cream shop off the trail. Planning & Zoning Commission July 12, 2022 7 The Public hearing was opened. As no speaker forms were received, the public hearing was closed. Vice-Chair Mellen asked whether there is a site-line map for the community next to the proposed four-story building. Development Services Director Rumer stated the neighboring homes are not adjacent to the parcels. There is an open space, wetland track, and stormwater pond in between. Member Keller asked how big the sidewalks will be on Ocoee Apopka Road. Abdul Alkadry, P.E., Harris Civil Engineers, LLC, Orlando, FL, answered the sidewalks will be six-and-a-half feet wide. Member Kennedy stated he has not seen the live/work concept, and Ms. Collins-Garcia explained the concept in more detail. He advised he is concerned about anonymous foot traffic into the community from the West Orange Trail. (7:32 pm) Motion: Move that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency, recommend to the Ocoee City Commission Approval of Ocoee Crown Point PUD (Tracts 6C, 6E, 6F, 6D & 33) Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan for a Mixed Use Development, Project No. LS-2022-006, subject to resolution of the remaining staff comments before the City Commission meeting; Moved by Member Kennedy, Seconded by Member Keller; motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. V. MISCELLANEOUS - (8:00 pm) A. Project Status Report Development Services Director Rumer updated the Board with the following: • The August 9th P&Z meeting has been moved to Tuesday, August 30th at 6:30 p.m. • Chair Lomneck inquired about when the Lakewood extension will be finished. Development Services Director Rumer stated the final infrastructure is coming together and the roundabout will soon be under construction. • Member Kennedy inquired about the timeline of when restaurants may be looking to come to the north side of the city. Development Services Director Rumer explained Orange County traffic counts; and further, stated a rise in traffic trips needs to happen in order for restaurants to be established in a particular area. • Vice-Chair Mellen asked when local businesses, like The Ocoee Taco Company, will be able to connect to the sewer lines. Development Services Director Rumer explained where the City placed the new force main; and further, stated he believes a new water and sewer line will be going in with the Taylor Street realignment project. • Chair Lomneck asked when the Unity Park will be open. Development Services Director Rumer said he will get a project management update later this week. B. July Calendar - No updates Planning & Zoning Commission July 12, 2022 8 Motion: Move to adjourn the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting; Moved by Member Keller, Seconded by Member Kennedy; motion carried unanimously with Member Forges and Member Williams absent. VI. ADJOURNMENT - 8:05 pm ATTEST: APPROVED: __________________________ _______________________ Kathy Heard, Recording Clerk Brad Lomneck, Chair ITEM NUMBER IV. A. NEW BUSINESS (PUBLIC HEARING) 1909 LESLIE ANN LANE VARIANCE 1. VARIANCE REQUEST (VR-22-05) STAFF REPORT DATE: August 30, 2022 TO: Planning & Zoning Commission FROM: Anoch P. Whitfield, Zoning Manager SUBJECT: 1909 Leslie Ann Lane Variance Request Project # VR-22-05 Commission District # 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. ISSUE: Should the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) recommend approval of a variance request to Section 6-4H(2), Article VI, for the property located at 1909 Leslie Ann Lane in order to reduce the minimum driveway and vehicular use area setback requirement from two (2) feet to one (1) foot along the south property line to allow for an extended paver driveway and a masonry retaining wall to be located one (1) foot from the south property line of the subject property? STAFF ANALYSIS: The subject property is located at 1909 Leslie Ann Lane and is zoned R-1 (Single Family Dwelling District). Section 6-4H(2) of Article VI requires that “any residential sidewalk, driveway, parking space or other vehicle circulation area whether of a paved surface such as asphalt, concrete or brick, or of an unpaved surface such as gravel or mulch shall be set back at least two (2) feet from the side or rear property lines. The provisions of this Code shall also apply to prohibit the diversion of drainage from vehicle parking or circulation areas onto adjacent properties.” The applicant had applied for a permit (permit # 3717-2021) to replace the concrete driveway with pavers and to widen the driveway to within three (3) feet of the south property line and inside of a five-foot utility easement. The permit application was rejected due to the encroachments into the setback and easement. The applicant revised the survey to shift the widened paver driveway northwards to be outside of the easement and driveway setback, and, as such, the permit was approved and issued. Following construction, the permit failed inspection because the driveway was constructed three (3) feet into the easement as originally shown in the rejected survey. Additionally, the applicant constructed a drainage system under the pavers and a 15-inch tall by 12-inch wide masonry retaining wall (which was constructed of two (2) concrete masonry unit blocks covered by decorative pavers atop eight (8) inches of base sand) that were not permitted. The retaining wall is one (1) foot from the property line, and the drainage system discharges runoff onto the adjacent property to the rear (east), which is prohibited per Section 6-4H(2). On February 22, 2022, the applicant requested an easement vacation. At a public hearing held on June 7, 2022, the City Commission approved the easement vacation, less the easternmost seven (7) feet, Mayor Commissioners Rusty Johnson Larry Brinson, Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 City Manager Richard Firstner, District 3 Robert Frank George Oliver III, District 4 P&Z Meeting Date: August 30, 2022 Subject: 1909 Leslie Ann Lane – Variance Request Project Number: VR-22-05 subject to a condition that the easement would be vacated if the variance to Section 6-4H)2) is also approved. Therefore, the applicant is seeking a variance to Section 6-4H(2), Article VI, in order to keep the widened driveway, drainage, and retaining wall at one (1) foot from the property line. According to Article IV, Section 4-9A, approval of a variance requires that the applicant demonstrate: (1) That special conditions and circumstances exist which are peculiar to the land, structures, or required subdivision improvements involved and which are not applicable to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements; (2) That a literal interpretation of the provisions of these regulations would deprive the applicant of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties with similar conditions; (3) That the special conditions and circumstances do not result from the actions of the applicant; and (4) That the granting of the variance requested will not confer on the applicant any special privilege that is denied by these regulations to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements under similar conditions. Applicant Response: The applicant states that she built a garden wall to prevent dirt, debris, and water from the neighbor’s yard from reaching her down-slope property. Staff Analysis: Staff finds that: 1) No special conditions and circumstances exist peculiar to this site creating any unique hardships that could not have otherwise been addressed or resolved, with guidance and direction of City technical staff, in order to ensure compliance with Code; 2) The literal interpretation of the Code would not deprive the applicant of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties with similar conditions; 3) The granting of the variance would confer special privileges that are denied by these regulations to other projects and structures on the site; and 4) The circumstances of this variance are related to the applicant’s desire for an 18-foot driveway that has encroached into a utility easement and is in noncompliance with an issued permit. The approved permit was for a 15-foot wide driveway, which complied with Code. The original permit was to widen the driveway and did not include proposed improvements to resolve drainage-related issues. Based on the photos of the property prior to the installation of the pavers and wall three (3) feet further than approved, the slope between the existing driveway and the property line was a gradual slope. If the pavers had remained at the 5-foot easement line and had the property not been graded flat and three (3) feet further for purposes of the wider paver driveway, the severity of the grade difference between the subject property and neighboring property would not have become more extreme than existing. Staff believes that alternative drainage mitigation options could have been explored in the appropriate location and in a manner to ensure that drainage is handled onsite and does not run off onto the neighboring property through the permitting process. P&Z Meeting Date: August 30, 2022 Subject: 1909 Leslie Ann Lane – Variance Request Project Number: VR-22-05 Furthermore, there is ample space in the front yard of the property to extend the additional three (3) feet northwards without impacting the home’s main entranceway. The staff has attached photos of the property before and after the paver driveway and retaining wall installation as well as a Property Photo from the OCPA Website to show the original slope, grade change caused by the paver/concrete encroachment, and the availability of space on the front yard to expand the driveway northward. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Based on the findings stated above and the requirements of Section 4-9 in Article IV and Section 6-4H(2) in Article VI, staff finds that the variance is not justified. Staff recommends that the Planning and Zoning Commission recommend denial of the requested variance to Section 6-4H(2), Article VI, for the property located at 1909 Leslie Ann Lane and not allow the encroachment of the vehicular use area and masonry retaining wall into the minimum setback. Should the variance be approved, the retaining wall and drainage system will need to be permitted, and the drainage system will need to be corrected to not continue to discharge onto the adjacent property. Attachments: Location Map Aerial Map Zoning Map Approved Site Plan/Survey Requested Site Plan/Survey Before Photo of Property After Photo of Property OCPA Time/Date Stamped Property Photo Leslie Ann LaneMarlene Drive Nicole Boulevard Armada Court Arizona Court Wyoming Court 1909 Leslie Ann Lane Utility Easement Vacate Location Map I Leslie Ann LaneMarlene Drive Nicole Boulevard Lauren Beth AvenueArmada Court Wyoming Court Ruth Jordana Court I 0 100 20050 Feet 1909 Leslie Ann Lane Utility Easement Vacate Aerial Map 1909 Leslie Ann Lane Variance Surrounding Zoning Map 0 .; irr fr _� `� V-rr of-.1 ,.- .- r��. v. .. ' ' r�r r . + ' Q am' ti• �:L1 4�?' tiL .:: . •, l r? , :. 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LOT 13 in EN1RY ^ PI (n tio� >irai: _` g _1 ( , H Aic o 1cn ". 111.41 4MINNO -_---- 4•Of OWE N 89'30'25" E Ltroiri 105.00' • q It CAP N�o•IRON PIPE MBER I LOT 14 I U\ 9"- S � • o .. r 11 - 1 • A 0 4 . O0 O i . 5c I 1909 Leslie Ann Lane Variance Request— Before Photos(Street View in 2019) (2 years prior to permit issuance) (Right side of photos represents south side of property) Red dashed line indicates the placement of the retaining wall. 1909 Leslie Ann Ln 9 i cor,.Florida 2 Cowie - t k � O . . P ©. Street VKw-Jun 20t� � • � 41, • - J % • % ANA . .* 1. _ Aft ' . 1 •�, d<+y 1*!n A • r '.i ?. i. .h '.�`► f, .� 3f 'a •... 1st .I�w� T t1 , - ..;:ib ",Y •M!. .� ,\ 9 OM+ M. r;�. �- tea'•/ ', i?• N! z ►T�!•� r f. 4 •-�� ff� t .f «I ti ' Source: Orange County Property Appraiser 1909 Leslie Ann Lane Variance Request—After Photo Area circled in red shows the inlet for drainage underneath pavers. Paver areas around the inlet appear to slope downward towards the inlet. Since this work was completed without a permit, no documentation was provided to or reviewed by staff relative to any changes in original grade in order to send runoff towards the inlet. .� . • ' !�yi $t � / ,w:' %�c w"' S �'; r r 1 ...((( , f K -44 _ , ..,_ . _ . , . ,,, .,,t' • 4 _ ,.... . „ . .:.! .y . 1 ti . y ".!"..w y , `� i I `- / • ,-..� .i ••.`{ ... i ., Y - 1 i - • 1 ' 1 \ / ( 1 i . / ,/ - 1 \ ..‘ 1 - —, - . ti-',-4ii.„.*'1 \ ♦ 1 • •' ..� .. .1 4 : . 1 .. .... .... 1f 1 4'f` \ � ..\---416.,, i. : 111, r . r 1 ' '' .\ ** . A • I*:•,,,, .. • • ... Photo Source: Paver Contractor 1909 Leslie Ann Lane Variance Request—OCPA Time/Date Stamped Property Photo As can be seen in the OCPA Time/Date Stamped Property Photo,there is space in the front yard of the property to extend the driveway northwards without impacting the entryway of the house. .. ' `_ � i 4.j. �: t' h T �,w _ .... `^- k.y ' -4 t v~ \ ^ _ A rye 1909 LESLIE ANN LN, OCOEE, FL 34761 3/7/2022 12:12 PM Source: OCPA Website 0 WEST ORANGE Serial Number 22-03138W Times West Orange Times Published Weekly Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida COUNTY OF ORANGE STATE OF FLORIDA Before the undersigned authority personally appeared Lindsey Padgett who on oath says that he/she is Publisher's Representative of the West Orange Times a weekly newspaper published at Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida; that the attached copy of advertisement, being a Notice of Public Hearing in the matter of Public Hearing on August 30, 2022 1909 Leslie Ann Ln Variance in the Court, was published in said newspaper by print in the issues of 8/18/2022 Afflant further says that the West Orange Times complies with all legal requirements for publication in chapter 50, Florida Statutes. *This Notice was placed on the newspaper's website and floridapublicnotices.com on the same day the notice appeared in the newspaper. VinnMdseyv MPadggettl Sworn to and subscribed, and personally appeared by physical presence before me, 18th day of August, 2022 A.D. by Lindsey Padgett who is personally known to me. Notary Public, State of Florida (SEAL) Kimberly S, Martin COmm.:HH282034 0FfV N Xpires: July 25,2026 i/jjjjlji�\sO Notary Public - State of Florida CFIT OF OCOEE NOTICE OF, PUBLIC HEARING 1909 LESLIEANNLANE VARIANCE VARIANCE REQUEST CASE NUMBER: VR.22-05 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the OCOE E PLANNING & ZONING COM- MISSION will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on TUESDAY, iUGUST 30,2022, at 6!30 RM. or as soon thereafter as.possible, at the, Ocoee City Commission Cham- bers; I North Bluford Avenue, Ocoee, Florida, in order to consider die petition of Dorothy Hoduett for a valiance according to the provisions ofArticle TV, Subsection 4-9 of the City of0coee Land Development Code. Action Requested. The parcel is located at 1909 Leslie Aim Lane, The Orange County Property Appraiser Pamel Identification Number (PIN) is 09-22-20-4046- oo-13o , The applicant is requesting it variance toTable 5-2, axestablisliLd by Section 5 14, to reduce thevehicular use area (VUA)setback from two (2) feet to one (1) foot in order to extend the driveway and retaining Nvall southward toxithin one (1) foot ofthe property line, resulting in a fifty (50) percent neduction oftbe alinimuml two (2) foo0rUA setback. Interested parties may appear at the public hearing and be. heard with inspect to the proposed action. The complete case file maybe inspected at the Ocoee Develop- ment Services Department, I North Bluford Avenue, Ocoee, Florida, between the hour's of8,.00 a.m. and5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal holiday,,, The, Planning and Zoning Commission inay continue the public hearing to other dates and times, as itdeems necessary. Anyinteresteil partydiall be advised tliattlic dates, times, and places ofany contin nation of these or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearings and that no further notices regarding those matters will be published. You am advised that any person who desires to appeal any decl- sion made during the public hearings Nvill need a record ofthe proceedings and, for this purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record ofthe proccedings is made, which includes the testimony and evidence upon whioll the appeal Is based, Persons Mtb disabilities needing assistance to participate In any offlie proceedhigs should contact the City ClLrk.s Office 48 hours In advance oftlumeeting at (407) 905-3105. August 18, 2022 22-0313MV ITEM NUMBER IV. B. NEW BUSINESS (PUBLIC HEARING) 606 CENTER STREET VARIANCE 1. VARIANCE REQUEST (VR-22-06) STAFF REPORT DATE: August 30, 2022 TO: Planning & Zoning Commission (Local Planning Agency) FROM: Anoch P. Whitfield, Zoning Manager SUBJECT: 606 Center Street Variance Request Project # VR-22-06 Commission District # 2 – Rosemary Wilsen ISSUE: Should the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC) recommend approval of a variance to Table 5-2, as established by Section 5-14, to reduce the front building setback from twenty-five (25) feet to six (6) feet, representing a 76% setback reduction, in order to allow the installation of a carport nineteen (19) feet inside of the minimum setback for an existing single-family home? STAFF ANALYSIS: The subject property is located at 606 Center Street and is zoned R-1A (Single-Family Dwelling District). Per Table 5-2 of the Land Development Code (LDC), the minimum zoning regulations for development within the R-1A zoning district are as follows: Lot Size Front Setback Side Setback Rear Setback Lot Width Max Building Coverage Maximum Impervious Max Building Height Minimum Living Area 8,000 SF 25 FT 7.5 FT 25 FT 70 FT 40% 50% 35 FT 1,200 SF The subject property is a corner lot with roadway right-of-way frontage along the east side (Cardinal Street) and south side (Center Street). Per Section 5-4.G, Article V, LDC, “on any corner lot, the applicable front yard setback shall apply to both street frontages.” Consequently, the east and south property lines are considered front yards and, as such, are subject to the required front yard setback of 25 feet, as per LDC Section 5-14A and corresponding Table 5-2. The existing home, at its furthest southern point, is 24.3 feet from the south property line, and the southernmost point along the house where the applicant proposes to attach the carport is 26 feet from the property line. The applicant desires to install a pre-fabricated 24’ wide and 20’ deep carport. This places the proposed carport approximately 6 feet from the south property line, resulting in a nineteen (19) foot (approximately 76%) encroachment into the minimum 25-foot setback. Therefore, the applicant is seeking a variance to reduce the front setback from 25 feet to 6 feet. According to Article IV, Section 4-9A, approval of a variance requires that the applicant demonstrate: Mayor Commissioners Rusty Johnson Larry Brinson, Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 City Manager Richard Firstner, District 3 Robert Frank George Oliver III, District 4 P&Z Meeting Date: August 30, 2022 Subject: 606 Center Street – Variance Request Project Number: VR-22-06 (1) That special conditions and circumstances exist which are peculiar to the land, structures, or required subdivision improvements involved and which are not applicable to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements; (2) That a literal interpretation of the provisions of these regulations would deprive the applicant of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties with similar conditions; (3) That the special conditions and circumstances do not result from the actions of the applicant; and (4) That the granting of the variance requested will not confer on the applicant any special privilege that is denied by these regulations to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements under similar conditions. Applicant Response: The applicant asserts that the variance will not grant any special privileges, will not encroach on the City’s right-of-way, and will not cause any visual blockage to citizens traveling throughout the city. He further asserts that the granting of the variance is necessary for the preservation of a substantial property right possessed by other property owners. He states that the proposed variance does no harm to either public or private interests, is not injurious to any property and allows for a safer covered area that will protect him, his vehicles, and other property from the weather. Staff Analysis: Staff finds that 1) no special conditions and circumstances exist peculiar to this site, 2) the literal interpretation of the Code would not deprive the applicant of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties with similar conditions, and 3) the granting of the variance would confer special privileges that are denied by these regulations to other projects and structures on the site. Staff further finds that the circumstances of this variance are related to the applicant’s desire for an additional covered parking area in front of the house. The staff’s findings are based on the following analysis: 1) Based on the City’s permitting system, the property was issued a building permit (2493-2019) for a 20’ x 40’ carport (800 SF) in the northwest area of the property and a building permit (2235- 2018) to add 1,610 SF of paver area (23 feet x 70 feet) along the north side of the property, which includes a second driveway off of Cardinal Street. 2) Based on the aerials on the Orange County Property Appraiser (OCPA) website, in 2021, it appears that an additional roof was added to the 2019 carport, and in 2022, the yard area between said new carport roof and the 2018 pavers appears to have been covered with impervious material. No permits were found for these improvements in Laserfiche or SAGE. The survey submitted with this variance application is not dated; however, it does not show the improvements from the two (2) permits or the additional impervious surface areas (ISA) which may not have been permitted. The subject property contains approximately .31 acres. Using OCPA Tools, staff estimates that the property contains approximately 7,447 SF of impervious surface area, representing 55% ISA, which exceeds the maximum 50% ISA for the residential zoning district. The additional proposed carport would add another 120 SF net new ISA area, thus increasing the ISA to roughly 56%. 3) The 2019 street view shows two (2) garage doors in the area on the front (south) house elevation where the carport is proposed. Using street view (see image below), staff shows in red the P&Z Meeting Date: August 30, 2022 Subject: 606 Center Street – Variance Request Project Number: VR-22-06 proposed location of the carport being requested in relation to the garage doors. It is not clear whether or not the garages have been converted into living space. Therefore, staff did not identify a need or justification for the requested variance and does not support the variance. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Based on the findings stated above and the requirements of Section 4-9 of Article IV and Table 5-2 of Article V, staff recommends that the Planning and Zoning Commission recommend denial of the variance request to reduce the minimum front building setback from twenty-five (25) feet to six (6) feet for the property located at 606 Center Street, assigned parcel ID number 17-22-28-4864-01-090, and not allow installation of an attached carport for an existing single-family home within six (6) feet of the right-of-way. Attachments: Location Map Aerial Map Zoning Map Survey Jay StreetCenter Street Flewelli n g Av e n u e Hill AvenueOrange AvenueCardinal StreetE Silver S t a r R o a d LAKE MOXIE LAKE STARKE 606 Center Street Variance Location Map I Cen t e r S t r e e t Oran ge AvenueJay StreetCardinal StreetI 0 40 8020 Feet 606 Center Street Variance Surrounding Zoning Map 0 ,_ :.r�r LAKE MOXIE De ye lo pm e n t S ervi ce s :'/��• — Department •`�t�l 0 80 160 320 ,‘i:o* mu Feet 0:414 Created: August2022 0 .... um13) o 7-1 _ Q Subject Property . A11111 .IIIIII L Zoning Classification: ♦la General Agricultural (A-1) -- IIII O Suburban (A-2) -■ � Single-Family Dwelling (R-1AAA) _. `V — Single Family Dwelling (R-1AA) . ....) ^♦ Single-Family Dwelling (R-1A) V/ --- Single-Family Dwelling (R-1) OM� y One-& Two-Family Dwelling(R-2) 1 _ Multiple-Family Dwelling (R-3) Cente mir e :gm - }, I -Mobile Home Subdivision (RT-1) _ ( '— - Professional Offices& Services (P-S) „ Neighborhood Shopping (C 1) R-11 A Community Commercial(C-2) 1 AA-A- R —1 A - General Comm ercial(C-3) -- , ` a^)♦ Restricted Manufacturing _\ W . &Warehousing (I-1) , I L }+ -General Industrial(1-2) Commercial(PUD) `` Low Density (PUD) CT EN Medium Density (PUD) LAKE STARKE ARKE High Density (PUD) r— =Public Use (PUD)WA Unclassified / I r l Proposed Site Survey (General Placement of Carport) N WEST ORANGE Serial Number 22-03139W Times West Orange Times Published Weekly Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida COUNTY OF ORANGE STATE OF FLORIDA Before the undersigned authority personally appeared Lindsey Padgett who on oath says that he/she is Publisher's Representative of the West Orange Times a weekly newspaper published at Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida; that the attached copy of advertisement, being a Notice of Public Hearing in the matter of Public Hearing on August 30, 2022 606 Centel- St Variance in the Court, was published in said newspaper by print in the issues of 8/18/2022 Afflant further says that the West Orange Times complies with all legal requirements for publication in chapter 50, Florida Statutes. *This Notice was placed on the newspaper's website and floridapublicnotices.com on the same day the notice appeared in the newspaper. Lindsey Padgettl Sworn to and subscribed, and personally appeared by physical presence before me, 18th day of August, 2022 A.D. by Lindsey Padgett who is personally known to me. Notary Public, State of Florida .o\ t-�i�y P�/ Kimberly S. Martin Comm.:HH 282034 Expires: July 25,2026 OFFV ' 0 Notary Public - State of Florida 1/1111111\\0 CITY OF OCOEE NOTICE OFPUBLIC HEARING 606 CENTER STREET VARIANC VARIANCEREQUEST CASE NUMBER* VR-22-06 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the OCOEE PLANNING &ZONING COM- MISSION will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on TUESDAY, AUGUST 30,2022, at 6;30 P.M. or as soon thereafter as possible, at the, Ocoee City Corandssion Chant - berm, I North Bluford Avenue, Ocoee, Florida, in order to consider the petition of Jose Romero foravariance according to the provisions ofArtide IV, Subsection 4-9 of the City of Ocoee Land Development Code. Action Retjoested; The parcel is located at tioti Center Street. The orange County Prop" Appraiser Parcel Identification Number (PIN) is 17-22-28-4864- 01-090.The applicant is requesting avariance toThble 5-2, as established bysection 5-14, to reduce the front building setback from twenty-five (25) feet to six (6) feet in order to cArnstruct a carport nineteen (1,9) feet into the minfirium setback (16% setback reduction), Interested parties may appear at the public hearing and be heard with respect to the proposed action, The complete case file may be inspected at the Ocoee Develop - moat Services Department, I'Nortb Ifluford Avenue, Ocoee, Florida, between the hours of8:00 a.rn.and .5t00p.rn., Monday through Friday, except legal bolidays, The Planning and Zoning Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates andtinnes, as it deems necessary Any interested party shall be advised that the dates, times, 4md places ofarry continuation of these; or continued public hearings'diall be announced during the hearings and that no further notices regarding these matters will be published. You are a(hised that any person wbo desires to appeal any deei- sion oracle during the public hearings vvill need a record of the pro cedingsand, for this purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the, appealis based. Persons Ncitli disabilities needing assistance.to participate in any of the proceedings should contact the CityClerk's Office48 hours in advance ofthe meeting it (407) 905,11m Augast18,2022 22-03139W ITEM NUMBER IV. C. NEW BUSINESS (PUBLIC HEARING) FAMILY DOLLAR/DOLLAR TREE VARIANCE 1. VARIANCE REQUEST (VR-22-07) STAFF REPORT DATE: August 30, 2022 TO: Planning & Zoning Commission (Local Planning Agency) FROM: Anoch P. Whitfield, Zoning Manager SUBJECT: Family Dollar ~ Dollar Tree Signs – 1531 East Silver Star Road Variance Request Project # VR-22-07 Commission District # 2 – Rosemary Wilsen ISSUE: Should the Planning & Zoning Commission (PZC), acting as the Local Planning Agency (LPA), recommend approval of a variance request to Section 6-14C(5)(d), Article VI, to allow an additional 80.08 square feet of sign area (108% sign size increase) to the maximum 75 SF permitted in order to install two (2) signs totaling 155.8 SF (specifically 72.3 SF for the Family Dollar sign and 83.5 SF for the Dollar Tree sign) on the property located at 1531 East Silver Star Road? STAFF ANALYSIS: The subject property is located at 1531 East Silver Star Road and is zoned C-2 (Community Commercial District). Per Section 6-14C(5)(d) of Article VI, maximum building (wall) sign sizes are based on the square footage of the building. The square footage of the proposed Family Dollar/Dollar Tree retail establishment is approximately 20,800 SF. Per Section 6-14C(5)(d), the maximum sign area allowed is 75 SF with a sign height of 3.5 feet. The applicant is proposing two (2) signs, totaling 155.8 SF, to be affixed to and serve the same single retail establishment, as follows: • Family Dollar sign – 72.3 SF • Dollar Tree sign – 83.5 SF Both signs meet the maximum sign height of 3 feet; however, combined, they exceed the maximum size area by 80.08 SF, representing a size area increase of 108%. Therefore, the applicant is seeking a variance to increase the sign area. According to Article IV, Section 4-9A, approval of a variance requires that the applicant demonstrate: (1) That special conditions and circumstances exist which are peculiar to the land, structures, or required subdivision improvements involved and which are not applicable to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements; (2) That a literal interpretation of the provisions of these regulations would deprive the applicant of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties with similar conditions; Mayor Commissioners Rusty Johnson Larry Brinson Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 City Manager Richard Firstner, District 3 Robert Frank George Oliver III, District 4 P&Z Meeting Date: August 30, 2022 Subject: Family Dollar ~ Dollar Tree Signs – 1531 East Silver Star Road – Variance Request Project Number: VR-22-07 (3) That the special conditions and circumstances do not result from the actions of the applicant; and (4) That the granting of the variance requested will not confer on the applicant any special privilege that is denied by these regulations to other lands, structures, or required subdivision improvements under similar conditions. Applicant Response: The applicant cited the American Association of State Highway Transportation Officials (AASHTO) for their justification, stating that AASHTO is the “leading authority on most things related to roadways”. Specifically, based on Chapter 3 – Elements of Design in the AASHTO manual (the “Green Book”), the applicant asserts that State Road 438 is an “urban road” and falls into Avoidance Maneuver E, which requires a “minimum of 930 feet” distance to allow the traveling motorists “time to see the signage, comprehend it, decide how to react to it, confirm their surroundings, and make the necessary adjustments (lane change, slowing down, etc.) to exit the roadway safely”. The applicant further asserts that there are numerous trees along the SR 438 right- of-way adjacent to this site which almost entirely blocks the signage from view by the traveling motorists. The applicant states that “the use of adequately sized signage will help attract the attention of the motorists, which would in turn help to ensure the motorists would be able to comprehend the signage almost immediately upon seeing it and that the larger signage would significantly increase the safety of the motorists. Staff Analysis: Staff finds that 1) no special conditions and circumstances exist peculiar to this site, 2) the literal interpretation of the Code would not deprive the applicant of rights commonly enjoyed by other properties with similar conditions, and 3) the granting of the variance would confer special privileges that are denied by these regulations to other projects and structures on the site. Staff further finds that the circumstances of this variance are related to the applicant’s desire for larger signage. The staff’s findings are based on the following analysis: 1) In reviewing the “Decision Sight Distance” provisions in Section 3.1.3 of Chapter 3 of the AASHTO Green Book, Section 3.1, focuses on sight distance and the ability to see ahead. Section 3.1 includes “Stopping Sight Distance” (Section 3.1.2), “Decision Sight Distance” (Section 3.1.3), “Sight Distance on Horizontal Curves” (Section 3.1.4), “Sight Distance on Horizontal” (Section 3.1.5) and “Passing Sight Distance” (Section 3.1.6). All of these provisions are relative to the motorists’ sight distance needs and ability to see ahead as they are traveling on a roadway. The Green Book specifically calls out the use of Decision Sight Distance (which provides greater distances than Stopping Sight Distance) at complex locations when drivers are “required to make complex or instantaneous decisions, when information is difficult to perceive, or when unexpected or unusual maneuvers are required”. All of the Sections in Chapter 3 speak to required distances for needed maneuverability of motorists while they are on the road. The applicant asserts that per the Green Book, a Decision Sight Distance of 930 feet is required. Based on this metric, the 930 feet distance would place the driver approximately 295 feet west of Olympus Drive, well in advance of the shopping plaza driveway entrance and traffic signal at the road intersection, allowing the driver adequate time to adjust speeds and change lanes in anticipation of reacting to the shopping plaza directory sign and the traffic signal at Clarke Road. Thus, staff finds that the provisions of Section 3.1.3 in Chapter 3 of the Green Book do not apply to or provide adequate justification to support a 108% increase in size for on-site signage for a development. 2) Based on the proposed location of the signs relative to the entrance driveway (see graphics below), the proposed signs are immediately in front of and face the entrance driveway. P&Z Meeting Date:August 30, 2022 Subject: Family Dollar-Dollar Tree Signs-1531 East Silver Star Road-Variance Request Project Number:VR-22-07 / „ . a. -N N. I',t��� 933 feet to entrance ��' 700 feet to traffic signal it_� - T :rkL9_ j :: driveway on SR 438, . Entrance onvewayI • . .. . r i — ,. I 4t. a •,i I AUDr Y:lark 0 ,:` '....., ' '.$",{ . ,i, ., a . • �` F L, / a , ,..• `�, a '----, a'- -I i , 1. ► -44a / 4 F':,-. P�. -' -- ti Proposed placement of signs on building frontage immediately in front of entrance driveway off SR 438 . • .... 4 a 4 t� - ter_ c. t. • ,,'_ _ X • • r_ . * .. ` ..4,,- ...a. _ _ ' 1 SINIltilliihe \i .4 Or;•... • 4k-r. % i ill ow R.,. — y, rm. 3) Staff reviewed several other sign permits at this shopping plaza for smaller suites, including tenants with suites facing northwards towards SR 438, and those signs comply with the maximum sign size permitted under Section 6-14C(5)(d), LDC. Staff further notes that this applicant has applied for and been issued a wall sign permit for the Family Dollar sign at 31.3 SF and the Dollar Tree sign at 27.8 SF, totaling 59.1 SF. P&Z Meeting Date: August 30, 2022 Subject: Family Dollar ~ Dollar Tree Signs – 1531 East Silver Star Road – Variance Request Project Number: VR-22-07 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Based on the findings stated above and the requirements of Article IV, Section 4-9A, staff finds that the variance is not needed or justified. Staff recommends that the Planning and Zoning Commission recommend denial of the requested variance to Section 6-14C(5)(d), Article VI, and not allow the additional 80.08 square feet of sign area (108% sign size increase) for the Family Dollar and Dollar Tree signs on the property located at 1531 East Silver Star Road. Adversely, the applicant could revise the previously issued sign permits to increase the sign sizes up to the maximum of 75 SF, instead of 59 SF requested in the permits. Attachments: Location Map Aerial Map Zoning Map Section 3.1.3 of Chapter 3 of AASHTO Green Book Proposed Signage Plans LAKE OLYMPIA LAKE JOHIO UNNAMED LAKE UNNAMED LAKE White Road E Silver Star Road N Clarke RoadS Clarke RoadOlympus Drive3rd StreetOcoee Hills RoadRidgefield AvenueCenter Street Sterling Lake DriveIbis Bay Court Hammocks DriveRachels Ridge LoopBaton Rouge DriveAdriatic Drive Vickers L a k e D r i v e Forrest Crest CourtRobyns Glenn RoadSullivan AvenueCoastal Circle Prominent ParkwayMarsh Wren Co u r t Cullens Court Olympic DriveDarla Street B C Terry RoadMontevello Drive Carolina Wren Drive Glenhaven CircleAubrey Clark Drive Acropolis CircleCambridge Village Court Clowson CourtSamantha Street Lake Johio DriveSilver Bend BoulevardWineberry Court Family Dollar/Dollar Tree Variance Location Map I E Silver Star Road N Clarke RoadOlympus DriveAcropolis CircleAubrey Clark Drive I 0 80 16040 Feet Family Dollar / Dollar Tree Variance Surrounding Zoning Map 42/14Sir --p0 _7 De ve to pmentS er vi ces D-1. D ' Department - "- / „ -\_ 0 80 160 320 M=MillFeet ` Created: August2022 W> ND —1, � C_2 ' C.� L QSubject Property 1 Z Zoning Classification: /1 • -s _ :;.:;x General Agricultural (A-1) r,~ IIII Suburban (A-2) -li i f_ 1 Single-Family Dwelling (R-1AAA) _ E :'` Single-Family Dwelling (R-1AA) \ _:_.r _.:_ ..,Y f_, , Single-Family Dwelling (R-1A) �. \ ; r{ r • ;tip Single-Family Dwelling (R-1) �J -. = ."} .:::::::::..7.E:, - 0Y• .�.f�f.V-J.. _, .104 One-& Two-Family Dwelling (R-2) y. : �.: ti ,C{�='�: :{4 run}"�{. .,:,.: Multiple Family Dwelling (R 3) llk ••- ... J �'!! 1.11 m Mobile Home Subdivision (RT-1) =•:-' rr=-r _:-:= �L- f-f:_r n-v •.ice_:•::•}X-ti{::}. Professional Offices& Services P-S ti..... r ( ) ar:�::v'i'•_}•:'-:{'r'?=i-- Neighborhood Shopping (C 1) ••:::: -iefeteheRmeesec ::::-::;::-: : Community Commercial (C-2) :~ "' -"'-r"`�" _ r D .:.:-::--:-v-.+:v v� -n.tit:*•-:-:•::r c6!Liner �GeneralCommercial(C-3) *4 4 -- rti"tt►-`"t+e�Y•tntf�rlr-ti:i ill Restricted Manufacturing1 A A :~-'-hj{}':{-..:L•:tip~'-•J* :.�:::Kc: l:�~l11lr{lam r •LV.:lLYlf:j�:4-�.1JV:V J_t" &WarehousingI 1 •:fir-''�•:Y•:::.4 -'J.1r.': `•:•::ram. .- 111111 General Industrial(1-2) # -`' ='•�•=rK-:• ':1=�'r:-...- ~ ;A=Y:'r•-• Commercial(PUD) Low Density (PUD) LAKE 0 / i mig Medium Density (PUD) , High Density (PUD) 111111 Public Use (PUD) v%r�%Unclassified • 2018 Elements of Design 3.1.2.1 Effect of Grade on Stopping Sight Distance The safe stopping distances on upgrades are shorter;those on downgrades are longer.Design speed is used in calculating downgrade corrections; average running speed in calculating upgrade corrections. The different criteria for descending and ascending grades are based on the effect grades have on the speed of individual vehicles,particularly trucks;the effect these vehicles have on the overall speed of the traffic stream; and the premise that many drivers,particularly those in automobiles,do not compensate completely for the changes in speed caused by grades. On nearly all roads and streets, the grade is traversed by traffic in both directions, but the sight distance at any point on the highway generally is different in each direction,particularly on straight roads in rolling terrain.As a general rule,the sight distance available on downgrades is larger than on upgrades,more or less automatically providing the necessary corrections for grade.Exceptions are one-way roads or streets,as on divided highways with independent design profiles for the two roadways,for which the separate grade corrections are in order and the refinement in design is in keeping with the overall standards used. For those areas where there is a high volume of trucks,review"Variations for Trucks"in Chapter 3 of the PGDHS(1), see Table 3-2 for grade adjustments. 3.1.3 Decision Sight Distance Table 3-3 of the PGDHS(1) provides values for appropriate decision sight distances at critical locations and for criteria in evaluating the suitability of the sight lengths at these locations. Stopping sight distance may not be adequate when drivers are required to make complex or instantaneous decisions,when information is difficult to perceive,or when unexpected or unusual maneuvers are required. In these instances, stopping sight distances may not provide sufficient visibility distance for drivers to corroborate advance warnings and to perform the necessary maneuvers.Decision sight distance provides the greater length that drivers need. Decision sight distance is the distance required for a driver to: • Detect an unexpected or otherwise difficult to perceive information source or hazard in a roadway environment that may be visually cluttered. • Recognize the hazard or its threat potential. • Select an appropriate speed and path. • Initiate and complete the required safety maneuver safely and efficiently. Drivers need decision sight distances whenever there is a likelihood for error in either information reception, decision making, or control actions. The following are examples of critical locations where these kinds of errors are likely to occur and where it is desirable to provide decision sight distance: • Interchange and intersection locations where unusual or unexpected maneuvers are required. • Changes in cross section such as toll plazas and lane drops. • Areas of concentrated demand where there is apt to be "visual noise" whenever sources of information compete, as those from roadway elements, traffic, traffic control devices, and advertising signs. 3-3 Lake Olympia Square Dollar Tree DL-9119FD 1531 E Silver Star Road Ocoee, FL 34761 Lake Olympia Square 04/12/2022 Original Renderings KB This rendering is the property of Anchor Sign, Inc. It is for the exclusive use of Anchor Sign, Inc. and the party which requested the rendering. It is an unpublished original drawing not to be distributed, reproduced or exhibited without the consent of Anchor Sign, Inc. 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Client: Site #: Address: Sign A Sign B Clarke RdE Silver Star Rd Olympus DrActual Size: Viewable Size: Square Footage: Dollar Tree New Applied Vinyl on Existing Lexan Panels 29 7/8” x 73 1/4” 15.20 25” x 69 1/8” Type: SIGN C Actual Size: Viewable Size: Square Footage: Dollar Tree New Applied Vinyl on Existing Lexan Panels 29 3/4” x 72 1/2” 14.98 24 3/4” x 69 1/4” Type: SIGN D Individual Channel Letters Internally Illuminated LED 36” Family Dollar [Linear] (Footprint) 70.32 Footprint Top of Sign to Grade = 16’-4” Bottom of Sign to Grade = 13’-4” Type: Illumination: Square Footage: To Grade: SIGN A Internally Illuminated LED 33 1/2” Dollar Tree [Linear] (Footprint) 77.70 Footprint Top of Sign to Grade = 16’-2 3/4” Bottom of Sign to Grade = 13’-5 1/4” Type: Illumination: Square Footage: To Grade: SIGN B Individual Channel Letters Sign C Side A Sign C Side B Sign D Side B Sign D Side A Dollar Tree DL-9119FD 1531 E Silver Star Road Ocoee, FL 34761 Lake Olympia Square 04/12/2022 Original Renderings KB This rendering is the property of Anchor Sign, Inc. It is for the exclusive use of Anchor Sign, Inc. and the party which requested the rendering. It is an unpublished original drawing not to be distributed, reproduced or exhibited without the consent of Anchor Sign, Inc. Please contact your account manager with questions regarding this statement. Client: Site #: Address: Front Elevation (North) Scale: 1/16” = 1’-0" Allowable Square Footage this Elevation: Formula: 60 SqFt. Actual Square Footage this Elevation: 60.00 148.02 Existing Individual Channel Letters Internally Illuminated LED 36” Family Dollar [Linear] (Footprint) 70.32 Footprint Top of Sign to Grade = 16’-4” Bottom of Sign to Grade = 13’-4” Type: Illumination: Square Footage: To Grade: SIGN A Internally Illuminated LED 33 1/2” Dollar Tree [Linear] (Footprint) 77.70 Footprint Top of Sign to Grade = 16’-2 3/4” Bottom of Sign to Grade = 13’-5 1/4” Type: Illumination: Square Footage: To Grade: SIGN B Individual Channel Letters 130'-2" Lease Dimension 63'-4"31'-2"32'-2 1/2"31'-1 1/2"115”115”48 5/8" [EQ] 48 5/8" [EQ] 7 3/8" [EQ]7 3/8" [EQ]39 1/2” [EQ]39 1/2” [EQ]40 3/4” [EQ]40 3/4” [EQ]®36"24'-1 1/4" 33 1/2” 29’-10 3/4” General Notes: Electrical Detail: P-LED White LEDs (1) 60w Transformers @ 1.1 amps each Total Amps: 1.1 (1) 20 amp 120V Circuit Req. Specifications: Channel Letters 1. Existing Facade: EIFS | Gypsum Board | Metal Studs 2. 0.040 Aluminum letter returns (pre-finished bronze) 3. 1” Jewelite trimcap (pre-finished bronze) bonded to face and #8 pan head screws to returns 4. 3mm Signabond Lite composite backs fastened to returns w/ 1/2” 18 gauge staples. Seal w/ VOC compliant 360 white latex caulk to prevent moisture penetration. (interior of sign can painted white for maximum illumination) 5. White LEDs 6. 3/16” Clear lexan faces w/ second surface vinyl 3M 3630-73 Dark Red 3M 3630-44 Orange 3635-70 diffuser 7. Stand alone lockable disconnect switch UL Outdoor rated toggle type w/ neoprene boot per NEC-2017 Article 600.6(A)(1) 8. Primary electrical feed in UL conduit / customer supplied UL junction box 9. Transformers within UL enclosure (removable lid), 1/4” x 1” min screws 10. Mounting hardware: #12 Sheet Metal Screws Dollar Tree DL-9119FD 1531 E Silver Star Road Ocoee, FL 34761 Lake Olympia Square 04/12/2022 Original Renderings KB This rendering is the property of Anchor Sign, Inc. It is for the exclusive use of Anchor Sign, Inc. and the party which requested the rendering. It is an unpublished original drawing not to be distributed, reproduced or exhibited without the consent of Anchor Sign, Inc. Please contact your account manager with questions regarding this statement. Client: Site #: Address: Individual Channel Letters Internally Illuminated LED 36” Family Dollar [Linear] (Footprint) 70.32 Footprint Top of Sign to Grade = 16’-4” Bottom of Sign to Grade = 13’-4” Type: Illumination: Square Footage: To Grade: SIGN A ¼” Drain holes at bottom of letter cans (2) per letter 5” 9 7 7 1 2 4 5 6 3 Scale: N.T.S. Section @ LED Channel Letter Front-Lit (Remote) 8 10 This sign is to be installed in accordance with the requirements of NEC-2017 Article 600.6(A)(2) & FBC-2020, 7th Edition of the National Electrical Code. 1) Grounded and bonded per NEC 600.7/NEC 250 2) Existing branch circuit in compliance with NEC 600.5, not to exceed 20 amps 3) Sign is to be UL listed per NEC 600.3 4) UL disconnect switch per NEC-2017 Article 600.6(A)(1) required per sign component before leaving manufacturer* *For multiple signs, a disconnect is permitted but not required for each section ® Sign Layout Detail Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0"36"11’-10 3/4” [142 3/4”]11’-6 1/2” [138 1/2”]7 3/4" 24'-1 1/4" [289 1/4”] Dollar Tree DL-9119FD 1531 E Silver Star Road Ocoee, FL 34761 Lake Olympia Square 04/12/2022 Original Renderings KB This rendering is the property of Anchor Sign, Inc. It is for the exclusive use of Anchor Sign, Inc. and the party which requested the rendering. It is an unpublished original drawing not to be distributed, reproduced or exhibited without the consent of Anchor Sign, Inc. Please contact your account manager with questions regarding this statement. Client: Site #: Address: General Notes: Electrical Detail: P-LED Green LEDs (1) 60w Transformers @ 1.1 amps each Total Amps: 1.1 (1) 20 amp 120V Circuit Req. Internally Illuminated LED 33 1/2” Dollar Tree [Linear] (Footprint) 77.70 Footprint Top of Sign to Grade = 16’-2 3/4” Bottom of Sign to Grade = 13’-5 1/4” Type: Illumination: Square Footage: To Grade: SIGN B Individual Channel Letters Specifications: Channel Letters 1. Existing Facade: EIFS | Gypsum Board | Metal Studs 2. 0.040” Aluminum letter returns painted to match Bronze 3. 1”Jewelite trimcap (Bronze) bonded to face and #8 pan head screws to returns 4. 3mm Signabond Lite composite backs fastened to returns w/ 1/2” 18 gauge staples. Seal w/ VOC compliant 360 white latex caulk to prevent moisture penetration. (interior of sign can painted white for maximum illumination) 5. Green LEDs 6. 0.15” Clear lexan faces w/ second surface vinyl 3M 3630-156 Vivid Green (Translucent) 3635-70 diffuser 7. Stand alone lockable disconnect switch UL Outdoor rated toggle type w/ neoprene boot per NEC-2017 Article 600.6(A)(1) 8. Primary electrical feed in UL conduit / customer supplied UL junction box 9. Transformers within UL enclosure (removable lid), 1/4” x 1” min screws 10. Mounting hardware: #12 Sheet Metal Screws ¼” Drain holes at bottom of letter cans (2) per letter 5” 9 7 7 1 2 4 5 6 3 Scale: N.T.S. Section @ LED Channel Letter Front-Lit (Remote) 8 10 This sign is to be installed in accordance with the requirements of NEC-2017 Article 600.6(A)(2) & FBC-2020, 7th Edition of the National Electrical Code. 1) Grounded and bonded per NEC 600.7/NEC 250 2) Existing branch circuit in compliance with NEC 600.5, not to exceed 20 amps 3) Sign is to be UL listed per NEC 600.3 4) UL disconnect switch per NEC-2017 Article 600.6(A)(1) required per sign component before leaving manufacturer* *For multiple signs, a disconnect is permitted but not required for each section 33 1/2” [D]17’-2 1/4” [206 1/4”] 29’-10 3/4” [358 3/4”] 10’-7 3/4” [127 3/4”] Sign Layout Detail Scale: 1/4" = 1'-0" 25” N WEST ORANGE Serial Number 22-03140W Times West Orange Times Published Weekly Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida COUNTY OF ORANGE Before the undersigned authority personally appeared Lindsey Padgett who on oath says that he/she is Publisher's Representative of the West Orange Times a weekly newspaper published at Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida; that the attached copy of advertisement, being a Notice of Public Hearin in the matter of Public Hearin; on August 30,2022 Family Dollar/Dollar Tree Variance in the Court, was published in said newspaper by print in the issues of 8/18/2022 Affiant further says that the West Orange Times complies with all legal requirements for publication in chapter 50, Florida Statutes. *This Notice was placed on the newspaper's website and floridapublicnotices.com on the same day the notice appeared in the newspaper. Lindsey Padgej Y Sworn to and subscribed, and personally appeared by physical presence before me, 18th day of August, 2022 A.D. by Lindsey Padgett w s ersonally known to me. Notary Public, State of Florida (SEAL) ti�"�\i��y PO Kimberly S. Martin C - ) Comm.:HH 282034 Expires: July 25, 2026 V//Notary Public - State of Florida ;, OF #1111B CITY OF OCOEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FAAIILYDOLIAR/DOLLAR TREE VARIANCE VARIANCE REQUEST CASENUMBER VR-22-07 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the OCOEE PLANNING & ZONING COAt- MISSION will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on TURSDAY, AUGMST 30, 2022, at 6M RINI. or as soon thereafter as possible, at the Ocoee City Commission Cbani- bers, I North ffluford Avenue, Owee, Florida, in order to emisider the petition of Megan Jackson, on behalf of Fancily Dollar/Dollar Tree Stores, fora sign variance according to the provisions of Article IV, Subsection 4-9 of the City of0coee Land DevelopnientCode. Action Rcipiesw& The parcel is located at 1531 E. Silver Star Road. The Or- ,urge County Property Appraiser Parcel Identification Number (PIN) is 16-22-28- 4763-oo-oio. The applicant is requesting a variance to.Section 6-14C(5)(d), Article V1, ],and Development Code, to allow an additional 80.08 square feet of sign area (108'A sign site increase) to the 111axitamn 75 SF permitted in, order to install two (2) signs totaling 155,8 SE, Interested parties way appear at the public, hearingand be board with respect to the proposed action. The complete case file inay be, inspeaed at the Ocoee Develop- ment services Department, I North Bluford Avenue, Ocoee, Florida, between the hours, of8:00 a.m. andstoo p.m,, Alonday through Friday, exceptlegal holidays. The Planning and Zoning Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates andtim" Ith e ate$ _as it deems necessaty. Any interested party shall beadvise( atth d , times, and place-% of any combination of these or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearings and that no further notices regarding these matters will be published. You are advised that any personwho desires to appeal any decl- slon made during the public bearings will need a record of the proceedings and, for this, purpose, may need to ensure tbataverbatim iveord of the proceedings is made, which includesrho testi]in ony and etidence upon which the appeml is bayed. persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate In any of the proceedings should contact the City Clerkls O1Ice4s hours iiia(lvanmoftote meeting at(,t07)9m)-3105, August 18, 2022 22-03140W ITEM NUMBER IV. D. NEW BUSINESS (PUBLIC HEARING) COVINGTON OAKS 1. REZONING FROM A-1 (GENERAL AGRICULTURE) TO R-1A (SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING) RZ-22-07-39 STAFF REPORT DATE: August 30, 2022 TO: The Planning and Zoning Commission FROM: Anoch P. Whitfield, Zoning Manager SUBJECT: Covington Oaks Rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture District) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District) Zoning Classification Project # RZ-22-07-39 Commissioner District # 2: Rosemary Wilsen ISSUE: Should the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency (LPA), recommend approval of a Rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture District) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District) for a 9.94-acre property located at 8667 A. D. Mims Road, assigned Parcel ID # 10-22-28-0000-00-004, for purposes of developing a 16-lot single-family residential subdivision? BACKGROUND: The subject property is located on the north side of A. D. Mims Road approximately 1,637.5 feet west of North Apopka Vineland Road. The property is approximately 9.94 acres in size and is currently a wooded unimproved parcel. The property is currently designated Low Density Residential (LDR) on the Future Land Use Map, which allows density at up to 4 dwelling units per acre. The table below lists the future land use designations, jurisdiction, existing land uses, and zoning classifications of the surrounding parcels: DIRECTION: JURISDICTION / FUTURE LAND USE EXISTING LAND USE / ZONING North Low Density Residential Single-family residential / A-1 East Low Density Residential Single-family residential / R-1A South County / Low Density Residential Single-family residential / A-1 West Low Density Residential Single-family residential / R-1A Mayor Commissioners Rusty Johnson Larry Brinson, Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 City Manager Richard Firstner, District 3 Robert Frank George Oliver III, District 4 The Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting Date: August 30, 2022 Covington Oaks Rezoning (RZ-22-07-39) Page 2 of 2 DISCUSSION: The subject property consists of 9.94 acres. Under the existing Low Density Residential (LDR) future land use designation, the property could be developed with 39 dwelling units. The intent of the A-1 zoning district is to provide areas primarily for agricultural uses, and residential development in the A-1 zoning requires a minimum of 1-acre lots. Therefore, development of this property under the existing A-1 zoning would be inconsistent with the intent of the LDR future land use designation and incompatible with the surrounding single-family residential neighborhood character. Thus, the applicant is requesting to rezone to R-1A, which is the same zoning district as the neighborhoods to the west and east. The R-1A zoning district requires a minimum lot size of 8,000 SF. However, due to the lack of central sanitary sewer, the residential development will be on septic tanks, and as such, the 39 dwelling units can not be realized. Instead, the applicant has coordinated with the City to create larger quarter (1/4) acre lots and preserve approximately 3.68 acres of land for open space and the existing canopy. As this is a rezoning, there are no proposed increases in density, and a traffic study is not needed. Water, solid waste, and police and fire protection will be provided by the City. Drainage will be provided by an onsite 1.59-acre stormwater tract. Engineering of the subdivision will come at the time of Preliminary Subdivision Plan. A Conceptual Plan has been submitted; however, the Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP) has not yet been submitted. DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Development Review Committee (DRC) met on Tuesday, August 23, 2022, to review the proposed rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture District) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District), and finding no issues, recommended approval of the rezoning for the approximately 9.94-acre property, assigned parcel ID No. 10-22-28-0000-00-004, for purposes of developing a 16-lot single-family residential subdivision. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Based on the recommendations of approval by the DRC, staff recommends that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency (LPA), recommend approval of the Rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture District) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District) for the property located at 8667 A. D. Mims Road, assigned parcel ID No. 10-22-28-0000-00-004, for purposes of developing a 16-lot single-family residential subdivision. Attachments: Location Map Aerial Map Zoning Map Future Land Use Map A D Mims Road Conceptual Plan Rezoning Ordinance PRAIRIE LAKE LAKE STANLEY LAKE HACKNEY LAKE BARLOW A D Mims Road N Apopka Vineland RoadIson LanePrair ie Lake Bou levard Dovetail Drive Dorwood DriveHager DriveStarr Drive Str i c k e r D r i v e Lowman Avenue Kalch CourtWit h e r s C o u r t Andre Court Stefanshire Avenue Stonewater Circle Maplegrove DrivePrairie Oaks CourtCovington Oaks Rezoning Location Map I PRAIRIE LAKE A D Mims Road N Apo pka Vineland RoadPrair ie Lake Bou levard Starr DriveIso n LaneDorw ood Drive Kalch Co u r t Carriage Oak CourtStefan s h i r e A v e n u e Stricker Drive Sto n e w a t e r C i r c l e Prairie Oaks CourtI 0 210 420105 Feet Covington Oaks Rezoning Surrounding Zoning Map 0 -. 4,06, # * * op ir, a) De ve to pm en IS et-vices NI O ! � 011, Department i iris PRAIRIE 1oi� s 0 105 210 420 F akt4411&` •� Feet 70 111111* Created:August24, 2022JPIIIIPr Q III p Starr Drive alSubject Property / ti Zoning Classification: General Agricultural (A-1) �,;••'� '• 11111 Suburban(A-2) III Single-Family Dwelling(R-1 AAA) 6///' �� Single Family Dwelling(R-1AA) t/ Single-Family Dwelling(R-1A) Single-Family Dwelling(R-1) One-&Two-Family Dwelling (R-2) .. Al MI Multiple-Family Dwelling (R-3) (n Mobile Home Subdivision (RT-1) CO -Y ME Professional Offices& Services (P-S) i ® Neighborhood Shopping (C-1) 0 IN Community Commercial(C-2) 99:General Commercial (C-3) �L ti ,p A D Mi 'Yls Road Restricted Manufacturing &Warehousing (I-1) IN General Industrial(1-2) Commercial(PUD) - Low Density (PUD) —FM-All Egg Medium Density (PUD) II Eni High Density (PUD) — - =Public Use (PUD) I %�Unclassified , Covington Oaks Rezoning Surrounding Future Land Use Map 0 A F /404-4" : -1.......,--ior ' ....., ......,, ,,,„„,„... a) DevelopmentServices 4iii r ' DepartmentI * %4W41 * 73 _ 1. 0 95 190 380 °o Sta rr Drive IllFeet V Created: August2022 0 QSubjectProperty14''ThY I — Future Land Use Classification: 0 Low Density Residential(LDR) - I r , ®Medium Density Residential(MDR) L V -High Density Residential (HDR) O O� Illi Professional Offices and Services (PS) •. Commercial(COMM) ► 0- Lightindustrial(LI)Nu I, Heavy Industrial(HI) • MI Conservation/Floodplains (CONS) CO " if Recreation and Open Space (REC) 0 .CV MI Public F acilities/Institutional(INST) —(1)- L co 1 AD Mims Road 4 L- 0_ 1 -1 I I /1 1 April 25, 2022 Project Location A D Mims Road Property 1" = 200'April 25, 2022 OCOEE, FLORIDA 01P A D Mims Road Property- Conceptual Plan N Legend Open Space - 3.68 Acres (37%) Stormwater Tract - 1.59 Acres (16%) ACREAGE & DENSITY Gross Acreage: ± 9.94 Acres Proposed Density: 1.6 Du/Ac Proposed Units: 16 Zoning: R-1AAA 100'0'200'400'600'Prairie Lake Blvd80' x 140' Single Family Homes - 16 CONTACT INFO: Alex Stringfellow alex@stringfellowplanning.com (352) 217-7710 Simon Hardt simon@stringfellowplanning.com (207) 607-9366 A D Mims RdCarriage Oak Ct Typical Lot Dimensions Overall Lot Dimensions: 80' x 140' 11,200 sq. ft. Building Pad Dimensions: 65' x 75' 4,875 sq. ft. Setbacks: Front - 30' Rear - 35' Sides - 7.5' 1.59 ac ORDINANCE NO. 2022- (Rezoning Ordinance for Covington Oaks) TAX PARCEL ID: 10-22-28-0000-00-004 CASE NO. RZ-22-07-39: A. D. Mims Road – Covington Oaks Rezoning AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA, CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION FROM GENERAL AGRICULTURE DISTRICT (A-1) TO SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-1A) ON CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 9.94 ACRES LOCATED ON THE NORTH SIDE OF A. D. MIMS ROAD, APPROXIMATELY 1,637.5 FEET WEST OF APOPKA VINELAND ROAD, PURSUANT TO THE APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY THE PROPERTY OWNER; FINDING SUCH ZONING TO BE CONSISTENT WITH THE OCOEE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; PROVIDING FOR AND AUTHORIZING THE REVISION OF THE OFFICIAL CITY ZONING MAP; REPEALING INCONSISTENT ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the owner (the “Applicant”) of certain real property located within the corporate limits of the City of Ocoee, Florida, as hereinafter described, has submitted an application to the City Commission of the City of Ocoee, Florida (the “Ocoee City Commission”) to rezone said real property (the “Rezoning”); and WHEREAS, the Applicant seeks to rezone certain real property containing approximately 9.94 acres, more particularly described in Exhibit “A” and depicted in Exhibit “B” from A-1 to R-1A; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 5-9(B) of Article V of the Land Development Code of the City of Ocoee, Florida (the “Ocoee City Code”), the City Development Services Director has reviewed said Rezoning application and determined that said Rezoning is consistent with the City of Ocoee Comprehensive Plan as set forth in Ordinance No. 91-28, adopted September 18, 1991, as amended (the “Ocoee Comprehensive Plan”); and WHEREAS, said Rezoning application was scheduled for review and recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Ocoee, Florida (the “Planning and Zoning Commission”), acting as the Local Planning Agency; and WHEREAS, on August 30, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing and reviewed said Rezoning application for consistency with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan and determined that said Rezoning is consistent with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan and is in the best interest of the City, and recommended to the Ocoee City Commission that the zoning classification of said real property be rezoned as requested by the Applicant, and that the Ocoee City Commission find that the Rezoning requested by the Applicant to be consistent with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, on September 20, 2022, the Ocoee City Commission held a de novo advertised public hearing with respect to the proposed Rezoning of said real property and determined that the Rezoning is consistent with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, this Ordinance has been considered by the Ocoee City Commission in accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 166.041(3)(a), Florida Statutes. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. AUTHORITY. The Ocoee City Commission has the authority to adopt this Ordinance pursuant to Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of Florida and Chapters 163 and 166, Florida Statutes. SECTION 2. REZONING. The zoning classification, as defined in the Ocoee City Code, of the Property described in Exhibit “A” containing approximately 9.4 acres located within the corporate limits of the City of Ocoee, Florida, is hereby changed from A-1 to R-1A. A map of said land herein described which clearly shows the area of the Rezoning is attached hereto as Exhibit “B” and by this reference is made a part hereof. SECTION 3. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. The Ocoee City Commission hereby finds the Rezoning of the land described in this Ordinance to be consistent with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan. SECTION 4. ZONING MAP. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to revise the Official Zoning Map of the City of Ocoee in order to incorporate the Rezoning enacted by this Ordinance, and the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to execute said revised Official Zoning Map in accordance with the provisions of Section 5-1(G) of Article V of the Ocoee City Code. SECTION 5. CONFLICTING ORDINANCES. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and rescinded. SECTION 6. SEVERABILITY. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase, or portion of this Ordinance is for any reason held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct, and independent provision and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion hereto. SECTION 7. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall become effective ten (10) days after its passage and adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED this ____ day of ______________, 2022. ATTEST: Melanie Sibbitt, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED: CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA Rusty Johnson, Mayor FOR USE AND RELIANCE ONLY BY THE CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA; APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY this ______ day of ______________, 2022. SHUFFIELD LOWMAN & WILSON, P.A. By: City Attorney ADVERTISED _________________, 2022 READ FIRST TIME ____________, 2022. READ SECOND TIME AND ADOPTED ______________________________, 2022. UNDER AGENDA ITEM NO. _____ EXHIBIT “A” LEGAL DESCRIPTION THE WEST 1/2 OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF THE NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 10, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 28 EAST, LESS THE SOUTH 30 FEET THEREOF FOR ROAD RIGHT OF WAY, ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA. EXHIBIT “B” LOCATION MAP W VVEST ORANGE Serial Number 22-0314 1 W Times West Orange Times Published Weekly Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida COUNTY OF ORANGE STATE OF FLORIDA Before the undersigned authority personally appeared Lindsey Padgett who '' _c1TYOFOC.SEE onoath says that he/she is Publisher's Representative of the West OrangeTimesa NOTICE OFPUBLIC HEARTNGTO CONSIDER THE COWNGTON OAKS REZONING FROM A -I (GENERALAGRICULTURE) weekly newspaper published at Winter Gat -den , Orange County, Florida; that the TO R-IA(SINGLEFAMILYDIVELLING) attached copy of advertisement, CASE NUMBER: R7,22-07-39 being a Notice of Public Hearin in the matter of Public Rearing on August.30, 2022 Covington Oaks Rezoning in the Court, was published in said newspaper by print in the issues of 8/18/2022 Aftiant further says that the West Orange Times complies with all legal requirements for publication in chapter 50, Florida Statutes. *This Notice was placed on the newspaper's website and floridapublicnotices.com on the same day the notice appeared in the newspaper. Lindsey Padgettv Sworn to and subscribed, and personally appeared by physical presence before me, 18th day of August, 2022 A.D. by Lindsey Padgett who is personally known to me. Notary Public, State of Florida (SEAL) Kimberly S, Martin % Comm.:HH 282034 Expires: July 25,2026 Notary Public- State of Florida F /0 481111% NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Article 1, sections 1-9 and 1-10, and Article v Section 5-9, of the Chyof Ocoee Land Development Code that on TUBS - DAY, AUGUST 30, 2022, AT 6:30 RAL or as soon thereafter as practical, the OCOEB, PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION will bold a PUBLIC HEAR- INC. at the City of Ocoee Commission Chambers located at I North Bluford Avenue, Ocoee, Flodda, to consider the Rezoning from A (General Agriculture) to R-IA (Single ramily Dwelling) for Covington Oaks. The properkV is located at 8667 A. D, Minvq Road, assigned Parce.1 ID 0 10-292-28-0000-00-001, and consists ofapproxi- mately 9.9-1 acie-5 and is locatedon the north side of A. D. Mine; Road approximately 1,637.5 feet west ofN, Apopka Vineland Road. The applicant poDposes to develop a residential subdivision. Interested parties may appear at the public, hearing and be heard with respect to the proposed action. The complete case file may be inspected at the Ocoee Devvlop- ment Services Department, I North Bluford Avenue, Ocoee, Florida, between the hours ofS:00 ant. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal holidays. The Planning and Zoning Commission may continue the juiblic hearing to other dates and times, as ittleems necessary. Anyinterested party shall be advisedthatthe dates, times, and plam�% of any continuation ofthese or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearings and that no further notices regarding these matters will be published. You are advised that any person who desires to appeal any deci- sion made duringthe publioltearings will need a record of the proceedings and, for this purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim rmord of the proceedings is made,, which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based, Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participates in any of the proceedings should contact the City ClerRls Office 48 hours in advance ofthe meeting at (407) 90,5-,310,5, August IS, 2022 22-03141W ITEM NUMBER IV. E. NEW BUSINESS (PUBLIC HEARING) ORCHARD PARK ALF- 2755 GRAPEVINE CREST 1. SPECIAL EXCEPTION (08-22-SE-030) STAFF REPORT DATE: August 30, 2022 TO: Planning & Zoning Commission (Local Planning Agency) FROM: Anoch P. Whitfield, Zoning Manager SUBJECT: Orchard Park Assisted Living Facility (ALF) Special Exception – 2755 Grapevine Crest Special Exception Request for Major Community Residential Home Project # 08-22-SE-030 Commission District # 4 – George Oliver III ISSUE: Should the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency (LPA), recommend approval of an application for a Special Exception for the use of certain property zoned R-1AA, located at 2755 Grapevine Crest, assigned parcel ID number 04-22-28-6276-00-510, for a major community residential home use serving ten (10) residents? BACKGROUND: Owner/Applicant: Michael and Reshma Singh Site Location: The subject site is located at 2755 Grapevine Crest, generally on the east side of Grapevine Crest and approximately 660 feet south of Clarcona Ocoee Road. Property Size: The subject site contains approximately .21 acres. Existing Future Land Use: Low Density Residential (LDR) Existing Zoning: R-1AA (Single Family Dwelling District) Actual land use, proposed land use, and unique features of the subject property: The subject property is currently developed with a single family residence, and the property owners/applicants are currently using it as an assisted living facility (ALF) serving five (5) residents. The table below summarizes the future land use designations, zoning classifications, and existing land uses of the surrounding properties. Future Land Use Designation Zoning Existing Land Use North Low Density Residential R-1AA Single-family residential use East Low Density Residential R-1AA Single-family residential use South Low-Density Residential R-1AA Single-family residential use West Low-Density Residential R-1AA Single-family residential use Mayor Commissioners Rusty Johnson Larry Brinson, Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 City Manager Richard Firstner, District 3 Robert Frank George Oliver III, District 4 P&Z Meeting Date: March 8, 2022 Subject: Orchard Park ALF Special Exception – 2755 Grapevine Crest Project Number: 08-22-SE-030 Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code: Section 5-8A of Article V establishes and implements Table 5-1, which lists the principal uses permitted on a parcel or lot in the various zoning districts. Per Table 5-1, a major community residential home (which includes assisted living facilities) is permitted in the R-1AA zoning district. However, Section 5-15B(3) states, in the Procedures for Approval of a Major Community Residential Home, that the approval would be via a conditional use permit considered by the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Commission. The Section 2-4(82) definition of “conditional use” directs staff to the Special Exception definition (Section 2- 4(287)), which states that a special exception is a “use that would not be appropriate without restrictions throughout the zoning division or district. However, if controlled as to number, area, location or relation to the neighborhood, would promote the public health, safety, welfare, morals, order, comfort, convenience, appearance, prosperity or general welfare, such uses would be appropriate.” Additionally, Section 5-15B(3) requires that a major community residential home (CRH) comply with Section 419.001(3)(a), Florida Statutes (FS), and the requirements for multi-family developments as set out in this Code. Section 4-8B establishes the standards for review and approval of a Special Exception; therefore, the summary below analyzes the Special Exception use as a multi-family use: 1. The proposed uses and structures would not violate the land uses, densities, or other directives of the adopted Comprehensive Plan or the Code. Staff Analysis: The property is currently being used for a minor CRH serving five (5) residents, and the applicants are proposing to increase this number to ten (10) residents, making it a major CRH (which is defined as serving seven (7) to fourteen (14) residents). The proposed conversion from a minor to a major CRH will operate in the existing single-family dwelling unit and will not include any additional structures or buildings. No site improvements are proposed. Section 419.001, FS, states that a CRH as a “dwelling unit” providing a living environment for seven (7) to fourteen (14) unrelated residents who operate as the functional equivalent of a family. Therefore, the requested major CRH represents one (1) dwelling unit and does not exceed the density permitted within the Low Density Residential (LDR) future land use designation or other directives of the adopted Comprehensive Plan. 2. The proposed uses and structures would be compatible with the uses, structures, and activities on adjacent or nearby lands. Staff Analysis: Future Land Use Element Objective 1 defines “compatible” to mean “not in direct conflict with [adjacent uses and natural features] with regards to specific zoning categories, density, and intensity. The property will continue to be utilized as a single dwelling unit; therefore, major CRH use will not be in direct conflict with the surrounding properties with regard to use, density or intensity. Landscape buffers (which are required between a commercial zoning district and a residential zoning district to protect residential developments) and open space (which are required for multi-family developments of 12 or more dwelling units) are not required. 3. The proposed uses and structures would not violate the health, safety, welfare, and/or convenience of those residing, working, or owning land in the vicinity of the proposed use or structure, with respect to density, bulk, overcrowding of land or buildings, fire hazards, characteristics of a residential home, impairment of pedestrian or vehicular movement on adjoining streets or adequacy or availability of public facilities. P&Z Meeting Date: March 8, 2022 Subject: Orchard Park ALF Special Exception – 2755 Grapevine Crest Project Number: 08-22-SE-030 Staff Analysis: The proposed use will remain a single family dwelling unit with no site improvements proposed. The parking ratio required for a single-family dwelling is two (2) spaces per unit. The property currently meets parking requirements for a single dwelling. The facility operates visitation of family members by appointment only to ensure the availability of on-site parking. Additionally, the applicants have coordinated with the Fire Department and Building Division regarding needed improvements and upgrades to ensure the dwelling meets Fire and Building Codes based on the building’s occupancy classification. Based on GIS, there are no minor or major CRH within 1,200 feet of this facility. Thus, the proposed major CRH is not anticipated to adversely impact the health, safety, welfare, or convenience of those residing, working, or owning land in the area or to impair pedestrian or vehicular movements on the adjoining streets. The applicants have already received licensing from the State for the operation of a 10-bed facility. Staff has not identified any Code-related issues with the requested Special Exception for a major community residential home use on the property. DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Development Review Committee (DRC) met on Tuesday, August 23, 2022, to review the proposed Special Exception application for a major community residential home use on the property located at 2755 Grapevine Crest, assigned parcel ID number 04-22-28-6276-00-510, for a major community residential home use serving ten (10) residents and voted to approve the requested Special Exception. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Based on staff findings and the recommendations of the DRC, staff recommends that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency (LPA), recommend approval of the Special Exception application for a major community residential home use on the property located at 2755 Grapevine Crest, assigned parcel ID number 04-22-28-6276-00-510, for a major community residential home use serving ten (10) residents. Attachments: Location Map Aerial Map Zoning Map Orchard Park ALF Floor Plan Clarke RoadClarcona O c o e e R o a d El Marra Dri v e Grapevine CrestPlumberry AvenueGrand Poplar StreetTall Maple Loop Orchard Park DriveTimber Hawk CircleMill Stream RoadGreat Birch DriveLAKE ADDAH Orchard Park ALF Special Exception Location Map I Grapevine CrestPlumberry AvenueI 0 40 8020 Feet Orchard Park ALF - 2755 Grapevine Crest . Surrounding Zoning Map 0 .1 • DevelopmentServices vaMif I) / Department (1/1) 0 40 80 160 _1 (1.) Feet Created: August2022 Ell Su bj ect P roperty 0 n Zoning Classification: ay General Agricultural (A-1) Suburban (A-2) Single-Family Dwelling (R-1AAA) Single-Family Dwelling (R-1AA) Single-Family Dwelling (R-1A) ■ ommok,, Single-Family Dwelling (R-1) R. 1 AA One-& Two-Family Dwelling(R-2) ""Multiple-Family Dwelling (R-3) (111) Mobile Home Subdivision (RT-1) Professional Offices & Services (P-S) Neighborhood Shopping (C-1) Mil Community Commercial(C-2) ME General Commercial(C-3) (1113 Restricted Manufacturing &Warehousing (I-1) ' Sims General Industrial(1-2) Commercial(PUD) = { Low Density (PUD) 1 — - Medium Density (PUD) BE High Density (PUD) 1.11 Public Use (PUD) /// Unclassified City of Ocoee - Reviewed for Code Compliance7/7/2022 ,Permit 2182-2022 0 WEST ORANGE Serial Number 22-03142W Times West Orange Times Published Weekly Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida COUNTY OF ORANGE STATE OF FLORIDA Before the undersigned authority personally appeared Lindsey Padgett who on oath says that he/she is Publisher's Representative of the West Orange Times a weekly newspaper published at Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida; that the attached copy of advertisement, being a Notice of Public Hearing in the matter of Public Hearing on August 30, 2022, Orchard Park Assisted Living Facility in the Court, was published in said newspaper by print in the issues of 8/18/2022 Affiant further says that the West Orange Times complies with all legal requirements for publication in chapter 50, Florida Statutes. *This Notice was placed on the newspaper's website and floridapublicnotices.com on the same day the notice appeared in the newspaper. Lindsey Padgett V Sworn to and subscribed, and personally appeared by physical presence before me, 18th day of August, 2022 A.D. by Lindsey Padgett who is personally known to Inc. A Notary Public, State of Florida Kimberly S. Martin (SEAL) ?,\AY P0 Comm.:HH 282034 0 Expires: July 25,2026 J�r //z 0 F " 11i,11Notary Public - State of Florida 111k CITY OF OCOEE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGTO CONSIDER AN APPLICXrlOiNFORSPECIAL EXCEPTION ORCHARD PARK ASSISTED LIVING FACELFIT 1 2755 GRAPEVINE CREST CASENUMBER. 08-22-SL-03o NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, ininniant to Article IV, Section 4-8, of the City of Ocoee Land Development Code, that oil TUESDAYAUGUST ,30, 2022, AT 6:30 P.M. orassoon thereafter as practical, the OCOEE PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION will hold a PUBLIC HEARING at the City ofOcoee Commission Chambers, I North Blifford Avenue, Ocoee, florido, to consider an application for a Special Exception for acertain property assigned parcel ID number 04-22-284,276- 00-510.The subject property contains approximately.2 acres and is located at 27.55 Grapevine Crest, generally on the east side of Grapaine Crest and approximately 660 feet south of ClareonaOcoeeRoad, Pursuant to Section 5-1513(3) in Article V of the Land Development Code, a Special Exception approval is required for the use of property zoned R-IAA (Single Family Dwelling) fora major community residential home, which is home that serves seven (77) to fourteen (14) residents.11le applicant Is requesting a Special Exception ipproval for the use of R-IAA property for the operation of an asskaod living fileflity (ALF) servingten (10) residents., Interested parties may appear at the public hearing and be heard with respect to the proposed action. The complete ease file may be inqpectedat the Oco ce Develop - meat Services Department, I Noah Bluford Averme, Ocoee, Florida, behveen the hours of8:oo a.m. and,5zoo p.m., Mondaythrough Friday, exceptlegalholidays. The Planning and Zoning Commission un y continue the public hearing to other dates and times, asitdeems necessary. Allyinterested party shall be advised thattbe dates, times, and places of any continuation ofthese or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearings and that no further notices regarding those matters will be published. You are advised that any person Min desires to appeal any deci- sion made during the public hearings will need a record ofthe proceedings and, for this puipose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record ofthe proceedings is made, which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate, in any of the proceedings should contact the 0qC]LA's Office. 48 hinim Ili advance of themeeting at (407) 90a-3105. AugastI8,29022 22-031421V ITEM NUMBER IV. F. NEW BUSINESS (PUBLIC HEARING) OCOEE OAKS JOINT VENTURE 1. REZONING FROM A-1 (GENERAL AGRICULTURE) TO R-1A (SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING) (RZ-22-08-43) STAFF REPORT DATE: August 30, 2022 TO: The Planning and Zoning Commission FROM: Anoch P. Whitfield, Zoning Manager SUBJECT: Ocoee Oaks Joint Venture Rezoning Rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture District) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District) Zoning Classification Project # RZ-22-08-43 Commissioner District # 2: Rosemary Wilsen ISSUE: Should the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency (LPA), recommend approval of a Rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture District) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District) for an approximately 5.71-acre portion of the 12.59-acre property located at 201 South Clark Road, assigned Parcel ID # 21-22-28-0000-00-027, for purposes of developing an 18-lot single-family residential subdivision? BACKGROUND: The subject property is located in the northeast corner of the South Clarke Road and White Road intersection. The property contains approximately 12.59 acres; however, only that southern 5.71-acre portion adjacent to White Road is the subject of this rezoning request. The property is currently designated Low Density Residential (LDR) on the Future Land Use Map, which allows density at up to 4 dwelling units per acre. The table below lists the future land use designations, jurisdiction, existing land uses, and zoning classifications of the surrounding parcels: DIRECTION: JURISDICTION / FUTURE LAND USE EXISTING LAND USE / ZONING North Low Density Residential Single-family residential / R-1A East Low Density Residential Single-family residential / R-1A South Low Density Residential Single-family residential / PUD-LD West County / Institutional Single-family residential / A-1 Mayor Commissioners Rusty Johnson Larry Brinson, Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 City Manager Richard Firstner, District 3 Robert Frank George Oliver III, District 4 The Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting Date: August 30, 2022 Ocoee Oaks Joint Venture Rezoning (RZ-22-08-43) Page 2 of 2 DISCUSSION: Under the existing Low Density Residential (LDR) future land use designation, the 5.71-acre portion to be rezoned could be developed with 22 dwelling units. The intent of the current A-1 zoning district is to provide areas primarily for agricultural uses, and residential development in the A-1 zoning requires a minimum of 1-acre lots. Therefore, development of this property under the existing A-1 zoning would be inconsistent with the intent of the LDR future land use designation and incompatible with the surrounding single-family residential neighborhood character. Thus, the applicant is requesting to rezone to R-1A, which is the same zoning district as the neighborhoods to the east and south. The R-1A zoning district requires a minimum lot size of 8,000 SF, and the applicant is proposing a minimum lot size of 9,800 SF. Water, solid waste, and police and fire protection will be provided by the City, and drainage will be required to be provided by an onsite. In regards to sanitary sewer, the Utilities Department has indicated that the nearest manhole is approximately 800 feet away; therefore, at the time of Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP), the applicant will need to work with the City Utilities Department to resolve sewer connection requirements. As this is a rezoning, there are no proposed increases in density, and a traffic study is not needed. Engineering of the subdivision will come at the time of Preliminary Subdivision Plan. A Preliminary Plan has been submitted to support the rezoning; however, the Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP) application has not yet been submitted. DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Development Review Committee (DRC) met on Tuesday, August 23, 2022, to review the proposed rezoning and, following discussion, recommended approval of the rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture District) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District) for the approximately 5.71-acre portion of the property, assigned parcel ID No. 21-22-28-0000-00-027, for purposes of developing an 18-lot single-family residential subdivision. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Based on the recommendations of approval by the DRC, staff recommends that the Planning and Zoning Commission, acting as the Local Planning Agency (LPA), recommend approval of the Rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture District) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling District) for the southern 5.71-acre portion of the property located at 201 North Clarke Road, assigned parcel ID No. 21-22-28-0000-00-027, for purposes of developing an 18-lot single-family residential subdivision. Attachments: Location Map Aerial Map Zoning Map Future Land Use Map Conceptual Preliminary Subdivision Plan Rezoning Ordinance LAKE OLYMPIA UNNAMED LAKE LAKE JOHIO UNNAMED LAKE LAKE GOOD HOMES White RoadS Clarke RoadE Silver Star Road N Clarke RoadOlympus DriveHammocks DriveNatchez Trace BoulevardRed Dandy Drive Ibis Bay Court Rachels Ridge LoopBaton Rouge DriveA d r i a t i c D r i v e Cassingham Circle Robyns Glenn RoadRidgefield AvenueClimbing Rose Drive Sunny Dell Drive Marsh Wren Co u r t Forrest Crest CourtBiloxi CourtPristine Circle Florence Vista BoulevardMontevello Drive Aubrey Clark Drive Neumann Village CourtAcropolis CircleRed Gold Lane Mr Lincoln Court Ocoee Oaks Joint Venture Rezoning Location Map I White RoadS Clarke RoadMisty Meadow DriveRobyns Glenn RoadBiloxi CourtCambridge Village Court Pristine CircleVidalia CourtConcord Village WayI 0 120 24060 Feet Ocoee Oaks Joint Venture Rezoning Surrounding Zoning Map • 0 .; ADevelopmentServices LA _ �, Department iilf "•.__r 0 125 250 500 - �, Feet Created: August2022 0 1 !LI ki. 3 m Subject Property co A-1 , Zoning Classification: A �� • GeneralAgricultural (A-1) -• A ®Suburban (A-2) I �- Single Family Dwelling (R-1AAA) Single-Family Dwelling (R-1AA) IlL �„• Single-Family Dwelling (R-1A) Single-Family Dwelling (R-1) th* hi e d One-&Two Family Dwelling(R-2) _ NM Multiple-Family Dwelling (R-3) :'�1-•:•�•=J"�:: ::: -{L 7 •P r ,1 ;., 1 MN Mobile Home Subdivision (RT-1) NA i i i_l. _ I I-�_ Professional Offices& Services (P-Sl " Pu 'dill :_l 1 I 1 i i . 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Recreation and Open Space (REC) r ,\ -Public Facilities/Institutional(INST) IPf COMM 111 LIr ORDINANCE NO. 2022- (Rezoning Ordinance for Ocoee Oaks Joint Venture) TAX PARCEL ID: 21-22-28-0000-00-027 CASE NO. RZ-22-08-43: North Clarke Road – Ocoee Oaks Joint Venture Rezoning AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA, CHANGING THE ZONING CLASSIFICATION FROM GENERAL AGRICULTURE DISTRICT (A-1) TO SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING DISTRICT (R-1A) ON CERTAIN REAL PROPERTY CONTAINING APPROXIMATELY 5.71 ACRES LOCATED IN THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTH CLARKE ROAD AND WHITE ROAD INTERSECTION, PURSUANT TO THE APPLICATION SUBMITTED BY THE PROPERTY OWNER; FINDING SUCH ZONING TO BE CONSISTENT WITH THE OCOEE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; PROVIDING FOR AND AUTHORIZING THE REVISION OF THE OFFICIAL CITY ZONING MAP; REPEALING INCONSISTENT ORDINANCES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the owner (the “Applicant”) of certain real property located within the corporate limits of the City of Ocoee, Florida, as hereinafter described, has submitted an application to the City Commission of the City of Ocoee, Florida (the “Ocoee City Commission”) to rezone said real property (the “Rezoning”); and WHEREAS, the Applicant seeks to rezone certain real property containing approximately 5.71 acres, more particularly described in Exhibit “A” and depicted in Exhibit “B” from A-1 to R-1A; and WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 5-9(B) of Article V of the Land Development Code of the City of Ocoee, Florida (the “Ocoee City Code”), the City Development Services Director has reviewed said Rezoning application and determined that said Rezoning is consistent with the City of Ocoee Comprehensive Plan as set forth in Ordinance No. 91-28, adopted September 18, 1991, as amended (the “Ocoee Comprehensive Plan”); and WHEREAS, said Rezoning application was scheduled for review and recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Ocoee, Florida (the “Planning and Zoning Commission”), acting as the Local Planning Agency; and WHEREAS, on August 30, 2022, the Planning and Zoning Commission held a public hearing and reviewed said Rezoning application for consistency with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan and determined that said Rezoning is consistent with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan and is in the best interest of the City, and recommended to the Ocoee City Commission that the zoning classification of said real property be rezoned as requested by the Applicant, and that the Ocoee City Commission find that the Rezoning requested by the Applicant to be consistent with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, on September 20, 2022, the Ocoee City Commission held a de novo advertised public hearing with respect to the proposed Rezoning of said real property and determined that the Rezoning is consistent with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, this Ordinance has been considered by the Ocoee City Commission in accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 166.041(3)(a), Florida Statutes. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA, AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. AUTHORITY. The Ocoee City Commission has the authority to adopt this Ordinance pursuant to Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of Florida and Chapters 163 and 166, Florida Statutes. SECTION 2. REZONING. The zoning classification, as defined in the Ocoee City Code, of the Property described in Exhibit “A” containing approximately 5.71 acres located within the corporate limits of the City of Ocoee, Florida, is hereby changed from A-1 to R-1A. A map of said land herein described which clearly shows the area of the Rezoning is attached hereto as Exhibit “B” and by this reference is made a part hereof. SECTION 3. COMPREHENSIVE PLAN. The Ocoee City Commission hereby finds the Rezoning of the land described in this Ordinance to be consistent with the Ocoee Comprehensive Plan. SECTION 4. ZONING MAP. The City Clerk is hereby authorized and directed to revise the Official Zoning Map of the City of Ocoee in order to incorporate the Rezoning enacted by this Ordinance, and the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to execute said revised Official Zoning Map in accordance with the provisions of Section 5-1(G) of Article V of the Ocoee City Code. SECTION 5. CONFLICTING ORDINANCES. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and rescinded. SECTION 6. SEVERABILITY. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase, or portion of this Ordinance is for any reason held invalid or unconstitutional by any court of competent jurisdiction, such portion shall be deemed a separate, distinct, and independent provision and such holding shall not affect the validity of the remaining portion hereto. SECTION 7. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall become effective ten (10) days after its passage and adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED this ____ day of ______________, 2022. ATTEST: Melanie Sibbitt, City Clerk (SEAL) APPROVED: CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA Rusty Johnson, Mayor FOR USE AND RELIANCE ONLY BY THE CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA; APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITY this ______ day of ______________, 2022. SHUFFIELD LOWMAN & WILSON, P.A. By: City Attorney ADVERTISED _________________, 2022 READ FIRST TIME ____________, 2022. READ SECOND TIME AND ADOPTED ______________________________, 2022. UNDER AGENDA ITEM NO. _____ EXHIBIT “A” LEGAL DESCRIPTION A TRACT OF LAND, BEING A PORTION OF SECTION 21, TOWNSHIP 22 SOUTH, RANGE 28 EAST BEING DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 21, FOR A POINT OF BEGINNING, SAID POINT ALSO LIES ON THE WEST LINE OF WHITE HILL PHASE ONE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 29, PAGE 68 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00°03’05” EAST, ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID PLAT AND THE EAST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 21, A DISTANCE OF 627.89 FEET TO A POINT ON THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF WHITE ROAD; THENCE DEPARTING SAID WEST AND EAST LINE, RUN SOUTH 89°40’56” WEST, ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, 332.95 FEET TO A POINT ON THE WEST LINE OF THE EAST HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 21; THENCE DEPARTING SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE, RUN NORTH 00°01’33” WEST, ALONG SAID WEST LINE, 627.88 FEET TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE EAST HALF OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 21; THENCE RUN NORTH 89°40’50” EAST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHWEST QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SAID SECTION 21, A DISTANCE OF 70.00 FEET; THENCE DEPARTING SAID NORTH LINE, RUN NORTH 00°03’05” WEST, 151.34 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH 89°56’55” EAST, 262.67 FEET TO A POINT ON THE WEST LINE OF SAID WHITE HILL PHASE ONE; THENCE RUN SOUTH 00°03’05” EAST, ALONG SAID WEST LINE, 150.11 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. THE ABOVE DESCRIBED TRACT OF LAND LIES IN ORANGE COUNTY, FLORIDA AND CONTAINS 5.706 ACRES MORE OR LESS. EXHIBIT “B” LOCATION MAP N WEST ORANGE Serial Number 22-03143W Times West Orange Times Published Weekly Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida COUNTY OF ORANGE STATE OF FLORIDA Before the undersigned authority personally appeared Lindsey Padgett who - CITY OF OCOEE on oath says that he/she is Publisher's Representative of the West Orange Times a NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE OCOEE OAKS JOINT VENTURE REZONING FROM weekly newspaper published at Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida; that the A-1 (GENERAL AGRICIJULTRE)TO R-1A (SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING) attached copy of advertisement, CASE NUMBEYO RZ,22-08-4j being a Notice of Public Hearing in the matter of Public Hearin; on August 30, 2022 Ocoee Oaks Joint Venture Rezoning in the Court, was published in said newspaper by print in the issues of 8/18/2022 Affiant further says that the West Orange Times complies with all legal requirements for publication in chapter 50, Florida Statutes. *This Notice was placed on the newspaper's Nvebsite and floridapublicnotices.com on the same day the notice appeared in the newspaper. 4Lindsey Padget e% Sworn to and subscribed, and personally appeared by physical presence before me, 18th day of August, 2022 A.D. by Lindsey Padgett who is personally known to me. Notary Public, State of Florida (SEAL) \W .rumberly S. Martin Comm.:HH282034 Expires: July 25,2026 QFfV Notary Public - State of Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Article 1, Sections 1-9 and 1-10, and Article V, Section 5.9, ofthe Cityofococe ],and Development Codethftt on TUES. DAY, AUGUST 30, 2022, AT 6:30 P.M. or as soon thereafter as pmetical, the OCOEE PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION will hold a PUBLIC HEAR- INGat the Cityof0coee Commission Chambers located at I North BlufmdAvenuo. Ocoee, Florida, to consider the Rezoning frontA-1 (Generil Agriculture) to RAA (Single Dually Dwelling) for Ocoee Oaks Joint venture. The property is located at 201 S. Clarke Road, assi1911 odPar(�(ilID?,21-22-28-0000-00-027,atideollsistq ol'approximately 12.59 acres and is generallylocated In the northeast corner oftbe North Clarke Read and White Road iiitei�.sectioii.'rlielpplicalit proposes to rezone approximately.1;.71 acres along White Road to R-JA in orderto develop a residential subdivistom Interested parties male appear at the public hearing and be heard with respect to the proposed action. The complete case file may be inspected at the Ocoee Develop- ment Services Department, 1 North Bluford Avenue, Ocoee, Florida, between the M hours 000 am. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, exeept legal holidays. The Planning and Zoning Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates and times, as it deene; neeemary. Any interested party, shall be advised that the dates, times, and places of -any continuation ofthese or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearings and that no further notices regarding these matters will be published. You are advised that any person who desires to appeal any deci- sion made duringthe public hearings will need a record oftbe proceedings and, for this purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based. Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of the proceedings should contact the City Clerks Ofliee,I8 hours in advance oftbe meeting at (407) 90r,3105; August 18, 2022 22-03143INI ITEM NUMBER IV. G. NEW BUSINESS (PUBLIC HEARING) OCOEE LANDINGS MIXED USE BUILDING 1. SUBSTANTIAL AMENDMENT TO THE PUD/LAND USE PLAN (RZ-22-07-41) 2. LARGE SCALE SITE PLAN (LS-2022-007) STAFF REPORT DATE: August 30, 2022 TO: Planning and Zoning Commission FROM: Michael Rumer, Development Services Director SUBJECT: Ocoee Landings PUD Mixed Use Building Substantial Amendment to the PUD and Preliminary/Final Large-Scale Site Plan Project No: RZ-22-07-41 & LS-2022-007 ISSUE: Should the Planning and Zoning Commission recommend Approval of the Substantial Amendment to the PUD and Preliminary/Final Large-Scale Site Plan for the Ocoee Landings Mixed Use Building located within the Ocoee Landings PUD? BACKGROUND: The subject property is zoned PUD (Planned Unit Development) and is located on the east side of Lake Johio Road, north side of E. Silver Star Road, approximately 770 feet east of the intersection of N. Clarke Rd. and E. Silver Star Rd. The subject site is located on Tract 4 of the PUD and is approximately 1.76 acres in size. The subject site is currently undeveloped and is the only remaining project in the Ocoee Landings PUD. The subject site parcel ID number is 16- 22-28-4532-00-140. The table below references the future land uses, zoning classifications, and existing land use of the surrounding parcels: Direction Future Land Use Zoning Classification Existing Land Use North Low Density Residential Single-Family “PUD” Existing Single-Family Residential. East Commercial Commercial “PUD” Master Stormwater Pond for the PUD South State Road / Commercial Silver Star Road Silver Star Road West Commercial Planned Unit Development “PUD” Everest Hospital Development DISCUSSION: The proposed Ocoee Landings Mixed Use Building PUD Land Use amendment and Preliminary/Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan consists of a 51,680 sf Mixed Use Building consisting of 1st Floor: 8,000 sf of retail, 1,757 sf of apartment leasing space, and four (4) apartments. The 2nd and 3rd Floors contain 42 apartment units ranging from 1-3 Bedrooms. The total amount of apartment units is 46. Access to the site is via a right-in / right-out on Silver Star Road via a shared driveway with Everest Rehab Hospital. An additional driveway is located on Lake Johio Road via internal Mayor Commissioners Rusty Johnson Larry Brinson, Sr., District 1 Rosemary Wilsen, District 2 City Manager Richard Firstner, District 3 Robert Frank George Oliver III, District 4 The Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting Date August 30, 2022 Page 2 of 2 circulation through Everest’s site. A deceleration right turn lane will be provided on Silver Star Road and a right turn lane on Lake Johio Road. Parking is being provided with 109 on-site parking spaces and 5 off-site parking on the Everest site via an expected cross parking agreement. The site is able to facilitate five (5) A.D.A.compliant parking spaces. Stormwater is provided via the master stormwater pond located within the PUD and adjacent to the east side of the project. In between the building and the east property line a small linear walkway with benches is provided for passive use and dog walking. No other amenities are provided. DEVELOPMENT REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Development Review Committee (DRC) met on August 23, 2022, and reviewed the proposed Substantial Amendment to the PUD and Preliminary/Final Large-Scale Site Plan. The DRC unanimously approved Staff’s support of the proposed project and approved the Final Site plan. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff supports the Planning and Zoning Commission’s Approval of the Substantial Revision to the PUD Land Use plan and Preliminary/Final Large-Scale Site Plan for the Ocoee Landings Mixed Use Building. Attachments: Location Map Aerial Zoning Ocoee Landing Mixed Use Building Proposed PUD Land Use Plan Ocoee Landing Mixed Use Building Preliminary/Final Large Scale Site Plan Ocoee Landing Mixed Use Building Renderings LAKE JOHIO N Clarke RoadE Silver Star Road Johio Shores RoadIbis Bay Court Alclobe CircleCassingham Circle Baton Rouge Drive Marsh Wren Co u r t Mauldin RoadCullens Court Carolina Wren Drive Glenhaven CircleAubrey Clark Drive New Orleans DriveLake Johio DriveOcoee Landings Mixed Use Building Rezoning & Large Scale Site Plan Location Map I LAKE JOHIO E Silver Star RoadN Clarke RoadLake Johio RoadIbis Bay Court Mars h W r e n C o u r t Aubrey Clark Drive Cassingham CircleLake Johio DriveSilver Bend BoulevardSparrow Song Lane Ocoee Landings BoulevardI 0 100 20050 Feet Ocoee Landings Mixed Use Building • Surrounding Zoning Map • (Pii)1 . r,1 LAKE JOHIO •'••r;r / to DevelopmentServices Department 1 0 87.5 175 350 Feet m -1 A • A Created: August2022 \ _ lift. rm Q Subject PropertyIII • _ _ _ x}vr�r:.any} ;1� _�r-fit i'v r '•f ^r { x v x v ■ U D �/f.. _ , .K 'fir _.•l L... -ray •l'-:�tir f ••tivL Jti.ti, 'rh~ Zoning Classification: CO -:� '...` ' :r:• ti_r_ r r -• i_ - General Agricultural (Al)- _i==:r=: _ �.=P-�:-: �,-'r ° 7 ( ) L ..__... ~ _-•'_ _:}:r:•:: try r�r .1v �. 'u{ r 1` a v Q ice. Suburban A-2 rv_-L-r•• :_ : :_ :::_:-:_ Single-Family Dwelling (R-1 AAA) ryry �Y1 r- f1} • !_ :r.!.�. _ ? 5: : 11.1 tyti1��L:�1:lr.' ' ' ' Single-Family Dwelling (R-1AA) —L .O `' Single-Family Dwelling (R-1A) Sing e-Family ng One-& Two Fam1yllDwelR : Dwelling 2) r- „= -:• r v : la Multiple-Family Dwelling (R-3) ` NM Mobile Home Subdivision (RT-1) Professional Offices & Services (P-S) '= =-���-�_ Neighborhood Shopping (C 1) J .._•_._ ___-_ III Community Commercial(C-2) Y`" ' . '�� -' -• :13. in . aTimodziEllar General Commercial(C-3) i , `� Restricted Manufacturing 'j - I &Warehousing (1-1) 'i PUD -LD , General Industrial(1-2) , Commercial(PUD) f _ 274. . . Low Density (PUD) - • _ ftg ' EN Medium Density (PUD) • _ _ _ , EN High Density (PUD) Public Use (PUD) J,, I #j Unclassified ,I Ocoee Landings Mixed Use Building Surrounding Future Land Use Map 0 _, Arr. la I ■■■■■■■■■Iv ma tingallaCilEZOKIPTar LIN Ai. am 1%ii DevelopmentServices ■ La . uuuuuuii• j Mi■■ l rW LAKE JOHIO II rim_ 0 95 190 380 Feet . 1111F1114' An Created: Au gust2022 rj �■B ill i o 7 il QSubjectProperty ■ ,I ' r i Future Land Use Classification: lliB �� Low DensityResidential LDR �'i � Medium Density Residential(MDR) �i11111111111111r■timus• ■ High Density Residential (HDR) ■ Professional Offices and Services (PS) ■C om m e rc is I(C O M M) r n/� n/� 1„111111111n Light Industrial(LI) ---� . ■ Heavy Industrial(HI) C6 ■Conservation/Floodplains (CONS) C ' r Road ---„ „, Recreation and Open Space (REC) . - ■Public Facilities/Institutional(INST) . ll L. CO • !1 ! 1I C •-u..'i�■■. III ■ ■ 111Pm" ■ �` an 1� 1 COVER SHEET 2 CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL 3 GEOMETRY PLAN 4 OVERALL SITE PLAN PLANS BY OTHERS: 1 OF 1 BOUNDARY, TOPOGRAPHIC & TREE SURVEY DAVE SCHMITT ENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROAD SUITE 241 ORLANDO, FL 32828 407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089 Certification of Authorization #27471 DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONS JOB NO.: SITE LOCATION TABLE OF CONTENTS THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AS CONTAINED HEREIN WERE DESIGNED TO APPLICABLE STANDARDS AS SET FORTH IN THE "MANUAL OF UNIFORM MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE FOR STREETS AND HIGHWAYS" AS PREPARED BY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\PSP\01_COVER SHEET.dwg, 6/29/2022 5:05:52 PMDATE: APRIL 2015 SHEET:1 OF 4MIJ-1 PREPARED FOR: FOR OCOEE, FLORIDA DEVELOPER/OWNER: MIJAX MANAGER LLC. 1580 NW BOCA RATON BOULEVARD SUITE 9 BOCA RATON, FL. 33432 PHONE: 561-361-8018 CONTACT: CHIP BRYAN ENGINEER: DAVE SCHMITT ENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROAD SUITE 241 ORLANDO, FL 32828 PHONE: 407-207-9088 FAX: 407-207-9089 CONTACT: DAVE SCHMITT, P.E. SURVEYOR: AMERICAN SURVEYING & MAPPING INC. 3191 MAGUIRE BOULEVARD SUITE 200 ORLANDO, FL 32803 PHONE: 407-426-7979 CONTACT: KIRK LIPPI, P.S.M. TRAFFIC: LUKE TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS P.O. BOX 941556 MAITLAND, FL 32794 PHONE: 407-423-8055 CONTACT: J. ANTHONY LUKE, P.E. MIJAX MANAGER LLC. PARCEL ID #16-22-28-4532-00-140 OCOEE LANDINGS WATER, SEWER & REUSE SERVICE: CITY OF OCOEE 1800 A.D. MIMS ROAD OCOEE, FLORIDA 34761 PHONE: (407) 905-3159 DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 SITE P.U.D. LAND USE PLAN/PRELIMINARY SUBDIVISION PLAN REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS REV PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS REV. PER CLIENT COMMENTS REV. PER CLIENT COMMENTS REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS SAM07-24-20 REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS REV. PER OWNER/CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS REV. PER OWNER SAM07-14-20 MGM12-11-18 MGM10-16-18 DSE09-29-15 DSE09-01-15 DSE08-11-15 DSE06-19-15 DSE04-19-15 LGK02-13-15 REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS ITEM CODE SECTION CODE REQUIREMENTS PROPOSED STANDARDS JUSTIFICATION 1 LDC, Article V, Table 5-1 Drive In restaurants not allowed within 200 feet of a residence Allow Drive In restaurants within 200 feet of a residence (Commercial lots 1, 2 & 4 only) This waiver is only needed with respect to the commercial lots within the property. given the orientation of the existing and proposed residential property within 200 feet and the configuration of any of the commercial lots featuring a drive in restaurant, compatibility with existing development will be maintained. 2 LDC, Article IV, Section 4-5, M, 3 Building setbacks adlacent to a residential use a minimum fifty-foot setback 25 foot rear setback on commercial lots 3 & 4 only There is a proposed 15 foot landscape easement on the rear of commercial lots 3 and 4 that will act as a buffer between the residential lots. 3 LDC, Article IV, Section 4-5, L, (5), (a) All one-story and two-story units shall provide a minimum 25-foot setback from all boundaries of the Planned Unit Development 20' setback from Planned unit Development boundary There is existing residential property on the adjacent property as well as cul-de-sacs and right-of-way to be vacated. The compatible uses of residential to residential will be complementary. 9 10 06-27-22 REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTSMACK 11 PARCEL ID #16-22-28-4532-00-141 11 ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” ” 11 11 11 DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\PSP\02_CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL.dwg,6/29/2022 5:04:20 PMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2015 MIJ-1 DSE DMS NONE 2 OF 4 CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDINGS NONE REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS 04-09-15 DSE 06-19-15 DSE 08-11-15 DSE 09-29-15 DSE REV. PER OWNER/CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 NOTE: A TRAFFIC ANALYSIS ON SILVER STAR ROAD SHALL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF THE SECOND COMMERCIAL LOT FSP. TRACT ARETENTIONTRACT CPASSIVE RECREATIONW/BENCHESTRACT B RETENTION15'1 24356107 8 91113121815 161719232022252726292832303134 3337353624LOT 439214041423846434445494748TRACT EOPENSPACE/PARKTRACT DOPEN SPACE/PARK5014WWWWWMMRM PVC RM PVC RM PVC RM PVC MWWMNO PARKINGFIRE LANELOADINGZONEBIKESTORAGE NO PARKINGFIRE LANE NO PARKINGFIRE LANENO PARKINGFIRE LANE LOADINGZONENO PARKINGFIRE LANE17'17'15'15'10'15 '17'24'10'60'10'71'20' 20' 10' 10' 20' 10' 20' 20' 20' 20' 20' 10' 20' 50' 110'50'110' 20' BUFFER 24'55'55'55'50'60'50'50'24'20'20'20'50'55'55'55'50'10'5'15'20'25'15'R25'5'10'R25'R25'R25'R25'R15'R25'R25'24'24'24'10'28'26'14'12'28'15'28'9'20' 20' 9' 25'25'28'R30'R30'R30'TRACT A RETENTIONTRACT CPASSIVE RECREATIONW/BENCHES4464334646TRACT B RETENTION15'1 24356107 8 91113121815 161719232022252726292832303134 3337353624LOT 439214041423846434445494748TRACT EOPENSPACE/PARKTRACT DOPEN SPACE/PARK5014WWWWWMMRM PVC RM PVC RM PVC RM PVC MWWMNO PARKINGFIRE LANELOADINGZONEBIKESTORAGE NO PARKINGFIRE LANE NO PARKINGFIRE LANENO PARKINGFIRE LANE LOADINGZONENO PARKINGFIRE LANEDATEBYDESCRIPTIONDATE BYDESCRIPTIONREVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS"I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my directsupervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction.Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\PSP\03-04_OVERALL SITE PLAN.dwg,6/29/2022 5:04:27 PM DATE:PROJECT NO.:DRAWN BY:CHECKED BY:SCALE:SHEET:DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC.12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471APRIL 2015MIJ-1DSEDMS3 OF 4OCOEE, FLORIDAOCOEE LANDINGS1"=70'GEOMETRY PLANUTILITYEASEMENTR-1AWILLOWS ON THE LAKER-1AJOHIO BAYC-2SILVER CROSSINGCENTER LTD.C-2SILVER CROSSINGCENTER LTD.PUD-LDOLYMPIA PUDC-2SILVER BENDR-1AATEMPLE GROVE ESTATESC-2SILVER BENDRIGHT-OF-WAY TOBE VACATEDRIGHT-OF-WAY TOBE VACATEDRIGHT TURN LANE W/50' TAPER & 290' STACKINGALL EXIST. PAVEMENT,CURB, BASE & SUBBASETO BE REMOVEDLANDSCAPE EASEMENTUTILITYEASEMENT LANDSCAPE BUFFERL A N D S C A P E E A S E M E N T25' LANDSCAPEEASEMENTCONNECT TO EX.WATERSSSSSSSSD WMWMC-2 ZONINGC-2 ZONINGEMERGENCYOUTFALLDECORATIVEFENCE ALONGSILVER STAR RD.LIFT STATIONTRACTCONNECT TO EXISTSAN MANHOLE20' UTILITY18"HP24"36"HP24"24"24"EASEMENTFRONTSETBACK REAR SETBACK UTILITY EASEMENT UTILITY EASEMENT 24" UTILITY EASEMENT UTILITYEASEMENTRIGHT TURN LANE W/50' TAPER & 240' STACKINGWM FRONT SETBACK REAR SETBACK FRONT SETBACK FRONTSETBACK REARSETBACK ENTRY SIGNAGECONNECT TO EX.REUSE WATERRWM CONNECT TO EX.REUSE WATERCONNECT TO EX.WATERTYPE "F" CURB(TYP.)TYPE "F" CURB(TYP.)TYPE "F" CURB(TYP.)BUILDINGSETBACK 3 5 ' R35' R2 5 ' R 25' RTYPE "A" CURB(TYP. ALL MEDIANS)TYPE "A" CURB(TYP. ALL MEDIANS)OUTFALL TO TIE INTOEXIST. FDOT OUTFALLPIPE (TO BEDETERMINED DURINGFINAL ENGINEERING)RWMRWMRWMRWMRWM RWMWM WMWM18"24"RELOCATE EXISTINGDRAINAGE STRUCTURE,EXTEND PIPE ANDMATCH SLOPE (TYP.)DRAINAGEEASEMENTDRAINAGEEASEMENT50'R 37'R REAR SETBACK HP18"UTILITYEASEMENTBUILDINGSETBACKLANDSCAPEBUFFERLANDSCAPE BUFFERBUILDING SETBACKTYPE "D" CURB(TYP.)BUILDING SETBACKLANDSCAPE BUFFERLANDSCAPE BUFFERBUILDING SETBACKUTILITYEASEMENTTYPE "D" CURB(TYP.)UTILITYEASEMENTBUILDINGSETBACKBUILDINGSETBACK TRACT ARETENTIONTRACT CPASSIVE RECREATIONW/BENCHES4464334646TRACT B RETENTION15'1 2435 6107 8 91113121815 1617192320222527262928323031343337353624LOT 439214041423846434445494748TRACT EOPENSPACE/PARKTRACT DOPEN SPACE/PARK5014WWWWWMMRM PVC RM PVC RM PVC RM PVC MWWMNO PARKINGFIRE LANELOADINGZONEBIKESTORAGE NO PARKINGFIRE LANE NO PARKINGFIRE LANENO PARKINGFIRE LANE LOADINGZONENO PARKINGFIRE LANEPARCEL IDENTIFICATION NUMBERSOILS DIVIDE LINECANDLER FINE SANDPITSTAVARES FINE SANDTAVARES-MILLLHOPPER FINE SANDSOILS LEGEND4334647SINGLE FAMILYTYPICAL LOT LAYOUTTRACT DESIGNATIONTRACT/LOT USEAREA MAINTAINED & OWNEDA STORM WATER 2.90 ACRESPOAB STORM WATER 1.90 ACRESPOAC RECREATION 0.14 ACRESPOADOPEN SPACE,PARK0.20 ACRESPOAEOPEN SPACE,PARK0.18 ACRESPOA1,2 & 3COMMERCIAL 5.03 ACRES OWNER/POA4 COMMERCIAL 1.78 ACRES OWNER/POASEE TABLE 5-1(PERMITTED USE REGULATIONS) UNDER THE CITYOF OCOEE ZONING REGULATIONS. (ALL USES & SPECIALEXCEPTIONS IN C-2 ZONING EXCEPT FOR A. AUTOMOTIVESALES, B. HOTEL, C. MOTEL. ALL SPECIAL EXCEPTION USES WILLREQUIRE A SPECIAL EXCEPTION SITE PLAN APPROVAL BEFOREPERMITTING.C-3 AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND CARWASHNOTES:UTILITY PROVIDERSDEVELOPMENT STANDARDSMINIMUM ZONING STANDARDSDATE BYDESCRIPTIONDATE BYDESCRIPTIONREVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS"I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my directsupervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction.Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\PSP\03-04_OVERALL SITE PLAN.dwg,6/29/2022 5:04:27 PM DATE:PROJECT NO.:DRAWN BY:CHECKED BY:SCALE:SHEET:DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC.12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471APRIL 2015MIJ-1DSEDMS1"=160'4 OF 4OCOEE, FLORIDAOCOEE LANDINGS1"=80'OVERALL SITE PLANREV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTSREV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTS02-13-15 LGK04-09-15 DSE06-19-15 DSE08-11-15 DSE09-01-15 DSE10-16-18 MGM12-11-18 MGM07-14-20 SAM07-28-20 SAMREV. PER OWNERREV. PER OWNER/CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTSREV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTSREV. PER CLIENT COMMENTSREV. PER CLIENT COMMENTSREV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTSREV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTSSANITARY SEWERCONNECT TOEXIST. WATER MAINWATER MAINSANITARY SEWERREUSE WATER MAINREUSE WATER MAINWATER MAINWATER MAINCONNECT TO EXIST.REUSE WATER MAINCONNECT TO EXIST.REUSE WATER MAINCONNECT TO EXIST.REUSE WATER MAINCONNECT TOEXIST. WATER MAINCONNECT TO EXIST.SANITARY SEWERFHFHFHSTORM WATERSTORM WATERSTORM WATERSTORM WATERSTORM WATERSTORM WATERSINGLE FAMILY TYPICALCORNERLOT LAYOUTRIGHT-OF-WAYPROPERTY BOUNDARY20'REARSETBACK20'FRONTSETBACK5' SIDESETBACK5' SIDESETBACKRIGHT-OF-WAY 10' UTILITYEASEMENTSINGLEFAMILYLOTRIGHT-OF-WAYPROPERTY BOUNDARY20'REARSETBACK20'FRONTSETBACK5' SIDESETBACK5' SIDESETBACK10' UTILITYEASEMENTSINGLEFAMILYLOTDAVE M. SCHMITTFLORIDA REG. NUMBER48274PEDESTRIAN GATE,SIDEWALK & EMERGENCYBREAK-AWAY GATE FORFIRE(SEE ENLARGED VIEWTHIS SHEET)ALL EXIST. PAVEMENT, CURB,BASE & SUBBASE TO BE REMOVEDAREA OF "A" SOILS. AREA TO BE MINIMUM35% PERVIOUS PER WEKIVA STUDY AREACRITERIA. MAJORITY OF AREA TO REMAINAS DRY POND AND THEREFORE MEETSOR EXCEEDS 35%.IBIS BAY COURTSTREET "A"6' HIGH OPAQUE WALLFROM LAKE JOHIO ROADR/W TO THE EASTERLYPROPERTY LINE OF LOT 350'60'SINGLE FAMILYRESIDENTIAL LAYOUTFRONTREAR20'5'5'40'16'PEDESTRIAN GATE& SIDEWALKEMERGENCY BREAK-AWAYGATE FOR FIREPEDESTRIAN GATE &EMERGENCY BREAK-AWAY GATE20'POOL/SHED70'PORCH10' 20'50'110'MAX. BLDG. COVERAGE = 48%MAX. IMP. AREA = 2600 + 400 + 400 + 240 = 3640 SF HOUSE DRIVE POOL PORCH3640 SF IMP. / 5500 SF LOT = 66%SEE LANDSCAPE/HARDSCAPE PLANSFOR DETAILED DESIGN OF WALLS,FENCES, PLANTINGS, ETC..991010REUSE WATER MAINSTORM WATERSTORM WATERSANITARY SEWERSTORM WATERFHFHFHFHOCOEE LANDINGS BLVDFHFHSTORM WATER06-27-22REV. PER CITY OF OCOEE COMMENTSMAK11111111111111LOTS 1,2 & 3TYPICAL DRIVEWAY & PARKING SECTIONLOT 4TYPICAL DRIVEWAY & PARKING SECTION11111111111111111111 DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONS THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE ROADWAY CONSTRUCTION PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AS CONTAINED HEREIN WERE DESIGNED TO APPLICABLE STANDARDS AS SET FORTH IN THE "MANUAL OF UNIFORM MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE FOR STREETS AND HIGHWAYS" AS PREPARED BY FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\1 COVER SHEET.dwg, 4/13/2022 1:10:32 PMOCOEE LANDINGS MIXED USE BUILDING SITE PRELIMINARY/LARGE-SCALE SITE PLAN FOR OCOEE, FLORIDA PREPARED FOR: USA MRD DAVE SCHMITT ENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROAD SUITE 241 ORLANDO, FL 32828 407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089 Certification of Authorization #27471 JOB NO.:DATE:SHEET:1 OF 13MRD-1APRIL 2022 DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 SITE LOCATION TABLE OF CONTENTS Know what's below.before you dig.Call R DEVELOPER/OWNER: USA MRD 2750 TAYLOR AVE, SUITE A-51 ORLANDO, FL 32806 CONTACT: ROSE THOMAS PHONE: 407-917-7368 EMAIL: ROSETHOMAS@USAMANAGEMENTANDREALTY.COM ENGINEER: DAVE SCHMITT ENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROAD, SUITE 241 ORLANDO, FL 32828 CONTACT: DAVE SCHMITT, P.E. PHONE: 407-207-9088 EMAIL: DSEMAILBOX@DSEORL.COM SURVEYOR: AMERICAN SURVEYING & MAPPING, INC. 3191 MAGUIRE BOULEVARD SUITE 200 ORLANDO, FL 32803 CONTACT: KIRK LIPPI, P.S.M. PHONE: 407-426-7979 EMAIL: KLIPPI@ASMCORPORATE.COM TRAFFIC: LUKE TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS P.O. BOX 941556 MAITLAND, FL 32794 CONTACT: J. ANTHONY LUKE, P.E. PHONE: 407-423-8055 EMAIL: TONY@LTEC-FL.COM LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: BORRELLI & PARTNERS 720 VASSAR STREET ORLANDO, FL 32804 CONTACT: CHRIS RICE PHONE: 407-418-81338 EMAIL: CRICE@BORRELLIARCHITECTS.COM LIGHTING: ALERS ENGINEERING GROUP, LLC. 13907 CAYWOOD POND DRIVE WINDERMERE, FL 34786 CONTACT: NICHOLAS V. ALERS, P.E PHONE: 407-721-1146 EMAIL: ALERS1399@GMAIL.COM WATER, SEWER & REUSE SERVICE: CITY OF OCOEE 1800 A.D. MIMS ROAD OCOEE, FLORIDA 34761 PHONE: 407-905-3159 ELECTRIC SERVICE: DUKE ENERGY 452 E CROWN POINTE ROAD WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA 33787 PHONE: 407-905-3321 GAS SERVICE: LAKE APOPKA NATURAL GAS DISTRICT 1320 WINTER GARDEN - VINELAND ROAD WINTER GARDEN, FLORIDA 34778 PHONE: 407-656-2734 TELEPHONE: AT&T 1120 S. ROGERS CIRCLE BOCA RATON, FLORIDA 33487 PHONE: 954-249-0558 CABLE SERVICE: SPECTRUM 1004 US HIGHWAY 92 W AUBURNDALE, FL 33823 PHONE: 866-309-3279 PARCEL ID #16-22-28-4532-00-140 SITE PLANS BY OTHERS: TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEY LANDSCAPE PLANS IRRIGATION PLANS LIGHTING PLANS 01 COVER SHEET 02 GENERAL NOTES 03 04 DEMO & EROSION CONTROL PLAN 05 EROSION CONTROL DETAILS 06 STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN 07 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN 08 09 SIGNING & STRIPING PLAN10 12 13 PAVING & DRAINAGE DETAILS OVERALL SITE PLAN FIRE TRUCK ROUTE PLAN UTILITY DETAILS - 1 UTILITY PLAN UTILITY DETAILS - 2 11 LEGAL DESCRIPTION GENERAL NOTES 1. ALL CONSTRUCTION SHALL CONFORM WITH CITY OF OCOEE ENGINEERING STANDARDS MANUAL, F.D.O.T. STANDARDS FOR ROAD & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION AND THE CITY OF OCOEE. THE MOST STRINGENT STANDARDS BETWEEN THE CITY STANDARDS AND THE STANDARDS SET FORTH IN THE GENERAL NOTES . ALL IMPROVEMENTS TO BE DEDICATED AND/OR MAINTAINED BY THE CITY SHALL BE IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE CITY OF OCOEE ENGINEERING STANDARDS MANUAL, MATERIALS LIST, AND DETAILS. FINAL PLAN APPROVAL DOES NOT PROVIDE EXEMPTION TO THESE REQUIREMENTS. 2. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ALL WORK WITHIN EXISTING ROAD RIGHTS-OF-WAY WITH THE CITY OF OCOEE CITY ENGINEER AND THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. 3. IT WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO INSURE THAT ALL REQUIRED PERMITS ARE OBTAINED AND IN-HAND BEFORE BEGINNING CONSTRUCTION. 4. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MEETING ALL INSPECTION CRITERIA AND SCHEDULES, AND FOR SIGNING SAID INSPECTIONS. 5. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING AND VERIFYING ALL EXISTING UTILITIES PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION, AND FOR NOTIFYING THE VARIOUS UTILITY PROVIDERS TO MAKE THE NECESSARY ARRANGEMENTS FOR ANY RELOCATION, TEMPORARY DISRUPTION OF SERVICE, OR CLARIFICATION OF ACTIVITY REGARDING SAID UTILITY. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL EXERCISE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN CROSSING AN UNDERGROUND UTILITY, WHETHER SHOWN ON THESE PLANS OR FIELD LOCATED. ALL UTILITIES WHICH INTERFERE WITH THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION SHALL BE RELOCATED BY THE RESPECTIVE UTILITY PROVIDERS AND THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COOPERATE WITH THE UTILITY PROVIDER DURING RELOCATION OPERATIONS. ANY DELAY OR INCONVENIENCE BY THE VARIOUS UTILITIES SHALL BE INCIDENTAL TO THE CONTRACT AND NO EXTRA COMPENSATION WILL BE ALLOWED. 6. THE LOCATION OF ALL EXISTING UTILITIES, STORM DRAINAGE SYSTEMS AND TOPOGRAPHIC FEATURES SHOWN ON THE PLANS HAVE BEEN DETERMINED FROM THE BEST INFORMATION AND ARE PROVIDED FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE CONTRACTOR. THE ENGINEER ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR ACCURACY. SHOULD A DISCREPANCY ARISE BETWEEN THESE PLANS AND ACTUAL FIELD CONDITIONS, WHICH WOULD APPRECIABLY AFFECT THE EXECUTION OF THESE PLANS, THE CONTRACTOR WILL HALT ALL CONSTRUCTION AND NOTIFY THE ENGINEER IMMEDIATELY. 7. DUKE ENERGY WILL INSTALL, REGULATE AND MAINTAIN THE PROPOSED POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATING HIS WORK WITH PROGRESS ENERGY TO INSURE PROPER CONSTRUCTION PHASING, ELIMINATE CONFLICTS IN THE WORK, AND AVOID UNNECESSARY DELAYS. 8. THE LOCAL TELEPHONE COMPANY WILL INSTALL, REGULATE AND MAINTAIN THE PROPOSED COMMUNICATION DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COORDINATING HIS WORK WITH SAID PROVIDER TO INSURE PROPER CONSTRUCTION PHASING, ELIMINATE CONFLICTS AND AVOID UNNECESSARY DELAYS. 9. ALL WORK AND MATERIALS FURNISHED SHALL BE IN REASONABLE CONFORMITY WITH THE LINES, GRADES, GRADING SECTIONS, CROSS SECTIONS, DIMENSIONS, MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS, AND TESTING REQUIREMENTS THAT ARE SPECIFIED IN THE CONTRACT, PLANS OR SPECIFICATIONS. 10. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONTROL HIS OPERATIONS AND THOSE OF HIS SUBCONTRACTORS, AND ALL SUPPLIERS TO ASSURE THE LEAST INCONVENIENCE TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL MAINTAIN FREE AND UNOBSTRUCTED MOVEMENT OF VEHICULAR TRAFFIC AND SHALL LIMIT HIS OPERATIONS FOR THE SAFETY AND CONVENIENCE OF THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES, SAFETY SHALL BE THE MOST IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION. 11. PRIOR TO COMMENCING WORK THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FURNISH, ERECT AND MAINTAIN ALL BARRICADES, WARNING SIGNS, AND MARKINGS FOR HAZARDS AND THE CONTROL OF TRAFFIC, IN REASONABLE CONFORMITY WITH THE MANUAL OF UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES FOR STREET AND HIGHWAYS OR AS DIRECTED BY THE CITY OF OCOEE TRAFFIC ENGINEER; SUCH AS TO EFFECTIVELY PREVENT ACCIDENTS IN ALL PLACES WHERE THE WORK CAUSES OBSTRUCTIONS TO THE NORMAL TRAFFIC OR CONSTITUTES IN ANY WAY A HAZARD TO THE PUBLIC. 12. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLY WITH ALL LOAD RESTRICTIONS IN THE HAULING OF MATERIALS IN PUBLIC ROADS BEYOND THE LIMITS OF THE WORK. A SPECIAL PERMIT WILL NOT RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR OF LIABILITY FOR THE DAMAGE WHICH MAY RESULT FROM THE MOVING OF MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT. 13. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL FAMILIARIZE HIMSELF WITH THE POLICIES AND GUIDELINES ESTABLISHED BY CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA FOR THE PRESERVATION OF ALL PUBLIC AND PRIVATE PROPERTY. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL DAMAGE OR INJURY TO PROPERTY OF ANY CHARACTER, DURING THE EXECUTION OF THE WORK, RESULTING FROM ANY OMISSION, NEGLECT, OR MISCONDUCT IN HIS MANNER OR METHOD OF EXECUTING THE WORK, OR AT ANYTIME DUE TO DEFECTIVE WORK OR MATERIALS. 14. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL INSURE THAT PROPER SOIL DENSITIES ARE ACHIEVED FOR PLACEMENT OF ALL HEADWALL/ENDWALL FOOTINGS, RETAINING WALLS, AND IN GENERAL, ANY FOOTING SUPPORT DESCRIBED ON THESE PLANS. IT WILL ALSO BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO INSURE THAT SUFFICIENT SOILS TESTING HAS BEEN PERFORMED PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. 15. IT WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONTRACTOR TO OBTAIN A COPY OF THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER'S REPORT FOR THIS PROJECT FROM DAVE SCHMITT ENGINEERING. INC. AND MEET THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER'S REQUIREMENTS FOR SOIL PREPARATION ON THE SITE. 16. AFTER THE ROADWAY HAS BEEN CONSTRUCTED TO SUBGRADE, IT SHALL BE PROOF-ROLLED TO ASSURE THAT PROPER COMPACTION HAS BEEN ATTAINED. THE PROOF-ROLLING AND COMPACTION OPERATIONS SHALL BE INSPECTED AND TESTED BY A FLORIDA LICENSED GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER TO ASSURE THAT THE SPECIFIED COMPACTION IS MAINTAINED AND THAT ALL DELETERIOUS MATERIALS HAVE BEEN REMOVED. 17. COMPACT THE TRENCHES WITHIN ROADWAYS TO 98% OF THE MODIFIED PROCTOR DENSITY; WITHIN OTHER AREAS TO 95%. 18. IN OTHER AREAS WHICH REQUIRE FILL MATERIAL THE CONTRACTOR WILL STRIP OR OTHERWISE REMOVE ALL VEGETATION SUCH AS BRUSH, HEAVY SODS, HEAVY GROWTH OF GRASS, DECAYED VEGETABLE MATTER, RUBBISH AND ANY OTHER DELETERIOUS MATERIAL BEFORE EMBANKMENT IS STARTED. IMMEDIATELY PRIOR TO THE PLACEMENT OF FILL MATERIALS, THE ENTIRE AREA UPON WHICH FILL IS TO PLACED, SHALL BE SCARIFIED IN A DIRECTION APPROXIMATELY PARALLEL TO THE AXIS OF FILL. THE GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER SHALL APPROVE THE AREA PRIOR TO THE PLACEMENT OF FILL. 19. ALL PAVEMENT MARKINGS SHALL BE THERMOPLASTIC IN ACCORDANCE WITH FDOT STANDARD INDEX . 20. ROADWAY AND DRAINAGE DESIGN PER CURRENT CITY OF OCOEE AND FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS. 21. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT A MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC PLAN TO CITY OF OCOEE AND OBTAIN PLAN APPROVAL PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. 22. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF ALL RETENTION AND DETENTION FACILITIES AND ALL LANDSCAPE BUFFERS, THROUGH THE DURATION OF THE PROJECT, AND UNTIL THE WORK IS ACCEPTED BY THE OWNER, ALL DISRUPTED AREAS SHALL BE RETURNED TO THEIR ORIGINAL CONDITION. 23. CONTRACTOR IS REQUIRED TO CALL SUNSHINE UTILITY LOCATES AT 811, MINIMUM OF 2 DAYS TO A MAXIMUM OF 5 DAYS, PRIOR TO ANY EXCAVATION. 24. MISCELLANEOUS ENGINEER NOTIFICATIONS A. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE THE CITY 48 HOUR ADVANCE NOTIFICATION FOR THE FOLLOWING CONSTRUCTION AND OBSERVATION ACTIVITIES. a. SANITARY SEWER VIDEO INSPECTION. b. CONNECTIONS TO EXISTING SYSTEMS c. THRUST BLOCK POURS AND RESTRAINT CONNECTIONS d. STORM DRAINAGE LAMPING e. INLET TOP POURS (REINFORCING STEEL CHECK) f. WATER & FORCE MAIN PRESSURE TESTS g. BACTERIOLOGICAL SAMPLING h. BASE OBSERVATION & SOUNDING i. ASPHALT PLACEMENT j. PRE-FINAL INSPECTION k. FINAL INSPECTION B. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL KEEP DAILY "AS-BUILT" DRAWINGS AND MAKE THEM READILY ACCESSIBLE. C. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PREPARE AND SUBMIT TO THE ENGINEER A PROJECT CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE (BAR GRAPH) AND UPDATE SAID SCHEDULE ON A MONTHLY BASIS. D. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ALL BACKFILL OPERATIONS WITH THE PROJECT GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER AND SUBMIT TEST REPORTS TO THE ENGINEER PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK ON THE NEXT ITEM OF WORK, I.E. SUBGRADE PRIOR TO CURB. E. THE ENGINEER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REQUIRE THE CONTRACTOR TO UNCOVER, RETEST AND OR PERFORM ANY ACTION NECESSARY TO ENSURE THAT THE IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN CONSTRUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS. 25. AS-BUILTS NEED TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE CITY SIGNED AND SEALED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 3.01.05 OF THE ENGINEERING STANDARDS MANUAL IN THE FOLLOWING FORMATS: A. 1 PDF COPY B. CAD COPY DRAWN IN STATE PLANE COORDINATES WATER 26. THE FOLLOWING UTILITY PROVIDER IS LISTED FOR THE CONVENIENCE TO THE CONTRACTOR. WATER: CITY OF OCOEE UTILITIES 1801 A.D. MIMS RD. OCOEE, FLORIDA 34761 (407) 905-3159 27. WATER AND UTILITY CROSSINGS: UTILITY SEPARATION-VERTICAL CLEARANCE A. THE WATER MAIN SHALL BE LAID ABOVE THE SEWER WHENEVER THEY CROSS. IF POSSIBLE WATER MAIN SHALL BE ABOVE OTHER PIPES. B. WHERE WATER MAINS CROSS A GRAVITY SANITARY SEWER, STORM SEWER, OR RECLAIMED WATER MAIN, A VERTICAL SEPARATION (OUTSIDE TO OUTSIDE) OF AT LEAST 12 INCHES MUST BE MAINTAINED FROM THE RECLAIMED WATER MAIN. A VERTICAL SEPARATION OF 18 INCHES MUST BE MAINTAINED FROM THE GRAVITY SANITARY SEWER AND STORM SEWER MAIN. THE WATER MAIN SHALL BE LAID ABOVE THE OTHER PIPE. C. ONE FULL LENGTH OF WATER MAIN PIPE SHALL BE CENTERED ON THE OTHER PIPELINE SO THAT THE WATER MAIN JOINTS WILL BE AS FAR AS POSSIBLE FROM THE JOINTS OF THE OTHER PIPE. UTILITY SEPARATION-HORIZONTAL SEPARATION D. WHEN WATER MAINS PARALLEL A GRAVITY SANITARY SEWER MAIN NOT REGULATED UNDER PART III OF CHAPTER 62-610, F.A.C., A SEPARATION (MEASURED OUTSIDE TO OUTSIDE) OF AT LEAST TEN FEET MUST BE MAINTAINED. E. WHERE WATER MAINS PARALLEL A GRAVITY STORM SEWER PIPE OR RECLAIMED WATER MAIN REGULATED UNDER PART III OF CHAPTER 62-610, F.A.C. A MINIMUM OF 3 FEET HORIZONTAL SEPARATION (MEASURED OUTSIDE TO OUTSIDE) MUST BE MAINTAINED. F. NO WATER MAIN SHALL PASS THROUGH, OR COME INTO CONTACT WITH, ANY PART OF A SANITARY MANHOLE OR STORM SEWER INLET OR MANHOLE. G. FIRE HYDRANTS WITH UNDERGROUND DRAINS SHALL BE LOCATED SO THAT THE DRAINS ARE AT LEAST THREE FEET FROM THE A STORM SEWER OR RECLAIMED WATER MAIN REGULATED BY PART III OF CHAPTER 62-610, F.A.C.; AND AT LEAST TEN FEET, FROM A GRAVITY SANITARY SEWER NOT REGULATED BY PART III OF CHAPTER 62-610, F.A.C. H. THE WATER MAIN PIPE SHALL BE LAID SUCH THAT THE JOINTS ARE STAGGERED AS FAR AS POSSIBLE FROM THE JOINTS OF THE OTHER PIPE. I. REFER TO OCOEE PIPE SEPARATION REQUIREMENT TABLE SHEET (UT013) ON SHEET 14 28. ALL FIRE HYDRANTS SHALL BE POSITIONED NO MORE THAN 5 FEET FROM THE CURB. 32. CITY OF OCOEE UTILITIES EMERGENCY WASTEWATER SPILL AND WATER MAIN BREAK PROCEDURES. A. TELEPHONE NOTIFICATION THE CITY OF OCOEE INSPECTOR SHALL BE NOTIFIED IMMEDIATELY IN THE EVENT OF A FORCEMAIN, GRAVITY SEWER OR WATERMAIN BREAK OR DAMAGE AT 407-905-3159. B. REPAIR IMMEDIATELY ALL DAMAGE TO CITY OF OCOEE'S MAINS SHALL BE REPAIRED IMMEDIATELY BY THE CONTRACTOR AT THE CONTRACTORS' EXPENSE. IF THE REPAIR IS NOT MADE IN A TIMELY MANNER, AS DETERMINED BY THE CITY OF OCOEE UTILITIES INSPECTOR, CITY OF OCOEE MAY PERFORM REPAIRS AND THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE CHARGED FOR THOSE REPAIRS. C. CITY OF OCOEE UTILITIES GENERAL TELEPHONE NUMBERS CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION SECTION 407-905-3100 X1510 ENGINEERING DEPT 407-905-3100 X1504 D. ADVANCE NOTIFICATION OF CONSTRUCTION E. ADVANCE NOTIFICATION OF PENDING CONNECTION COORDINATE WITH/ THROUGH CITY'S INSPECTOR F. OPERATION OF CITY OF OCOEE VALVES WATER, WASTEWATER, AND REUSE VALVES ARE TO BE OPERATED ONLY BY A CITY OF OCOEE UTILITIES INSPECTOR (407-905-3100). ALL VALVES BEING INSTALLED ARE TO REMAIN CLOSED DURING CONSTRUCTION. G. OPERATION OF CITY OF OCOEE PUMP STATIONS THE CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE ALL PUMP STATION OPERATIONS AND SHUT DOWN CONTROLS WITH AN CITY OF OCOEE UTILITIES INSPECTOR (407-905-3100). 33. PRESSURE PIPE LENGTHS DO NOT INCLUDE BENDS, AIR RELEASE VALVES OR FIRE HYDRANT ASSEMBLIES. 29. A BACKFLOW DEVICE (I.E. JUMPER CONNECTION) IS REQUIRED AT ALL ACTIVE WATER MAINS AND PROPOSED NEW WATER MAIN IMPROVEMENTS. FIRE PROTECTION SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH CITY OF OCOEE CHAPTER 78 - FIRE PREVENTION CODEAND NFPA1, FIRE CODE, 2012 FIFTH EDITION. SEWER 30.THE FOLLOWING UTILITY PROVIDER IS LISTED FOR THE CONVENIENCE TO THE CONTRACTOR. SEWER: CITY OF OCOEE UTILITIES 1801 A.D. MIMS RD. OCOEE, FLORIDA 34761 (407) 905-3159 31. ALL GRAVITY SEWER LINES SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 2' FROM THE CURB AT ALL LOCATIONS. 34. AS-BUILTS NEED TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE CITY SIGNED AND SEALED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 3.01.05 OF THE ENGINEERING STANDARDS MANUAL IN THE FOLLOWING FORMATS: a.1 PDF COPY b. CAD COPY DRAWN IN STATE PLANE COORDINATES 35. ALL FINISHED FLOOR ELEVATIONS WILL EXCEED THE 100-YEAR FLOOD PLAIN BY A MINIMUM OF TWO FEET (2'). 36. IN THE EVENT OF EXCESSIVE OFF-SITE TRACKING, THE CONTRACTOR WILL BE OBLIGATED TO INSTALL ADDITIONAL MEASURES 37. ANY DEVIATION FROM THE CITY OF OCOEE ENGINEERING STANDARDS MUST BE REQUESTED AND APPROVED IN WRITING PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION. DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\2 GENERAL NOTES.dwg,3/24/2022 11:14:08 AMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241.ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 2 OF 13 GENERAL NOTES OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL NONE DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 10 BFP NO PA R KI N G FIRE L A N E ONLY5SSSS S DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\3 DEMO & EROSION CONTROL PLAN.dwg,4/13/2022 1:11:40 PMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241.ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 3 OF 13 DEMO & EROSION CONTROL PLAN OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL 1"=20' TYPICAL SINGLE ROW SILT FENCE DETAIL 8" FABRIC (INCLINE POSTS 20° TOWARDS FLOW) 12" MIN.24" MIN.WETLAND LINEBUFFER 25' NORMAL 8" MIN.(TYP.)WETLAND BUFFER LINEAND/OR CONSTRUCTIONLIMITSORANGE "ENVIRO FENCE ATTACHED TO VERTICAL POSTSILT FENCE POST TYP. (INCLINE POSTS 20° TOWARDS FLOW) SILT FENCE FABRIC (TYP.) EXIST. GROUND TYPICAL DOUBLE SILT FENCE DETAIL N.T.S. N.T.S. DUST ABATEMENT FENCE DETAIL36"GRADE 6'-0"POST CAP TURNBUCKLE 10'-0" TO CENTER (MAX) FABRIC TOP RAIL TENSION WIRE 36"LINE POST POLYETHYLENE MESH FABRIC N.T.S. LEGEND SINGLE ROW SILT FENCE DOUBLE ROW SILT FENCE DUST ABATEMENT FENCE EXISTING SPOT ELEVATION FDOT APPROVED TEMPORARY SILT FENCE PRE-ASSEMBLED IN 100' ROLLS UTILIZING 2" X 2" X 4' WOODEN POSTS @ 8' C/C MAX. w/3' OF WOVEN GEOTEXTILE MATERIAL MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF SEC. 985-4, SIMILAR & EQUAL TO THAT SUPPLIED BY FIFEPIPE CO. OF TAMPA FLA. FLOW DIRECTION EXISTING GROUND DUST ABATEMENT FENCEPROPERTY BOUNDARY DUST ABATEMENT FENCEPROPERTY BOUNDARY EXISTING 12" WATERMAIN REMAIN DUST ABATEMENT FENCE PROPERTY BOUNDARY SINGLE ROW SILT FENCE SINGLE ROW SILT FENCE DOUBLE ROW SILT FENCE PROPERTY BOUNDARY R1-1 EXISTING MANHOLE TO REMAIN EXISTING 8" PVC SANITARY SEWER PIPE TO REMAIN EXISTING STORM SEWER MH. TO REMAIN EXISTING STORM SEWER PIPE TO REMAIN EXISTING STORM SEWER MH. TO REMAIN EXISTING POND SINGLE ROW SILT FENCE EXISTING 20' UTILITY EASEMENT SOIL TRACKING PREVENTION DEVICE (SEE DETAIL SHEET 5) FLOW DIRECTION FLOW DIRECTION FDOT APPROVED TEMPORARY SILT FENCE PRE-ASSEMBLED IN 100' ROLLSUTILIZING 2" X 2" X 4' WOODEN POSTS @ 8' C/C MAX. w/3' OF WOVENGEOTEXTILE MATERIAL MEETING THE REQUIREMENTS OF SEC. 985-4,SIMILAR & EQUAL TO THAT SUPPLIED BY FIFEPIPE CO. OF TAMPA FLA. EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVING SILT FROM SITE IF NOT REUSABLE ON-SITE AND ASSURING PLAN ALIGNMENT AND GRADE IN ALL DITCHES AND SWALES AT COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION. THE SITE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVING THE TEMPORARY EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL DEVICES AFTER COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION AND ONLY WHEN AREAS HAVE BEEN STABILIZED. ADDITIONAL PROTECTION - ON-SITE PROTECTION IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE MUST BE PROVIDED THAT WILL NOT PERMIT SILT TO LEAVE THE PROJECT CONFINES DUE TO UNSEEN CONDITIONS OR ACCIDENTS. CONTRACTOR SHALL INSURE THAT ALL DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, PIPES, ETC. ARE CLEANED OUT AND WORKING PROPERLY AT TIME OF ACCEPTANCE. SILT FENCES AND FILTER BARRIERS SHALL BE INSPECTED IMMEDIATELY AFTER EACH RAINFALL AND AT LEAST DAILY DURING PROLONGED RAINFALL. ANY REQUIRED REPAIRS SHALL BE MADE IMMEDIATELY. SHOULD THE FABRIC ON A SILT FENCE OR FILTER BARRIER DECOMPOSE OR BECOME INEFFECTIVE PRIOR TO THE END OF THE EXPECTED USABLE LIFE AND THE BARRIER STILL BE NECESSARY, THE FABRIC SHALL BE REPLACED PROMPTLY. SEDIMENT DEPOSITS SHOULD BE REMOVED AFTER EACH STORM EVENT. THEY MUST BE REMOVED WHEN DEPOSITS REACH APPROXIMATELY ONE- THIRD THE HEIGHT OF THE BARRIER. ANY SEDIMENT DEPOSITS REMAINING IN PLACE AFTER THE SILT FENCE OR FILTER BARRIER IS NO LONGER REQUIRED SHALL BE DRESSED TO CONFORM WITH THE EXISTING GRADE, PREPARED AND SEEDED. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR FOLLOWING THE BEST EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PRACTICES AS OUTLINED IN THE PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT SPECIFICATIONS AND CRITERIA. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON SEDIMENT AND EROSION CONTROL REFER TO "THE FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT MANUAL - A GUIDE TO SOUND LAND AND WATER MANAGEMENT" FROM THE STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION (F.D.E.R.) CHAPTER 6. EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL BARRIERS SHALL BE PLACED ADJACENT TO ALL WETLAND AREAS WHERE THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR DOWNSTREAM WATER QUALITY DEGRADATION. SEE DETAIL SHEET FOR TYPICAL CONSTRUCTION. ALL DISTURBED AREAS SHALL BE GRASSED, FERTILIZED, MULCHED AND MAINTAINED UNTIL A PERMANENT VEGETATIVE COVER IS ESTABLISHED. SOD SHALL BE PLACED IN AREAS WHICH MAY REQUIRE IMMEDIATE EROSION PROTECTION TO ENSURE WATER QUALITY STANDARDS ARE MAINTAINED. ANY DISCHARGE FROM DEWATERING ACTIVITY SHALL BE FILTERED AND CONVEYED TO THE OUTFALL IN A MANNER WHICH PREVENTS EROSION AND TRANSPORTATION OF SUSPENDED SOLIDS TO THE RECEIVING OUTFALL. DEWATERING PUMPS SHALL NOT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF THAT WHICH REQUIRES A CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMIT FROM THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT. ALL DISTURBED AREAS TO BE STABILIZED THROUGH COMPACTION, SILT SCREENS AND GRASSING. ALL FILL SLOPES 3:1 OR STEEPER TO RECEIVE STAKED SOLID SOD. ALL DEWATERING, EROSION, AND SEDIMENT CONTROL TO REMAIN IN PLACE AFTER COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION AND REMOVED ONLY WHEN AREAS HAVE STABILIZED. THIS PLAN INDICATES THE MINIMUM EROSION AND SEDIMENT MEASURES REQUIRED FOR THIS PROJECT. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MEETING ALL APPLICABLE RULES, REGULATIONS AND WATER QUALITY GUIDELINES AND MAY NEED TO INSTALL ADDITIONAL CONTROLS. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE REQUIRED TO RESPOND TO ALL WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT INQUIRIES, RELATIVE TO COMPLIANCE OF SJRWMD FOR EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL. THE COST OF THIS COMPLIANCE SHALL BE PART OF THE CONTRACT. POSTCORNER STRETCHER BARS 3/8" ROUND TRUSS BARS (SEE NOTE 1) #9 TIE WIRES 12" OC #9 GALV CLIPS 2'-0" MAX SPACING cut or fill slope Flow 6' Min.30" Min.Compacted Soil 3' Min. 2:1 Slope or LessFreer was here!FILTERED WATER STAKES BURLAP FABRIC RUNOFF WATER WITH SEDIMENT BURIED BURLAP FABRIC 3:1 Slope or Flatter 2' Min. Compacted Soil 18" Min.4.5' Min. Flow cut or fill slope FABRIC SEDIMENT FILTER 8" min. (Typ) COMPACTED SOILTO PREVENT PIPING STAKED STRAW BALE FILTEREDWATER WITH SEDIMENT RUNOFF WATER STRAW BALES STAKED WITH 2 STAKES PER BALE DROP INLET WITH GRATE SYNTHETIC HAY BALE SEDIMENT FILTER ALL DITCHES AND SWALES AT COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION. EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL NOTES 1. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVING SILT FROM SITE IF 2. THE SITE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR REMOVING THE TEMPORARY EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL DEVICES AFTER COMPLETION OF NOT REUSABLE ON-SITE AND ASSURING PLAN ALIGNMENT AND GRADE IN AND WATER QUALITY GUIDELINES AND MAY NEED TO INSTALL MEASURES REQUIRED FOR THIS PROJECT. THE CONTRACTOR IS ETC. ARE CLEANED OUT AND WORKING PROPERLY AT TIME OF AS INDICATED IN D-903. THE DEPTH OF STONE SHALL BE AT BACKFILLED AND COMPACTED AGAINST THE FILTER BARRIER. LEAST TWO STAKES OR REBAR DRIVEN THROUGH THE BALE. CONFORM WITH THE EXISTING GRADE, PREPARED AND SEEDED. 20. SEDIMENT SHALL BE REMOVED AND THE TRAP RESTORED TO ITS LAND AND WATER MANAGEMENT" FROM THE STATE OF FLORIDA MANAGEMENT DISTRICT INQUIRIES, RELATIVE TO COMPLIANCE OF ADDITIONAL CONTROLS. AREAS HAVE STABILIZED. STEEPER TO RECEIVE STAKED SOLID SOD. ACCEPTANCE. IS NECESSARY, THE STRIPS SHALL BE OVERLAPPED. ALL SIDES. THE BALES. END RUNS AND UNDERCUTTING BENEATH BALES. SHALL BE ACCOMPLISHED PROMPTLY. THE EXISTING GRADE, PREPARED AND SEEDED. REPLACED PROMPTLY. THIRD THE HEIGHT OF THE BARRIER. MADE AS NEEDED. NOT ERODE. SPECIFICATIONS AND CRITERIA. CONSTRUCTION. MAINTAINED. WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT. THIS COMPLIANCE SHALL BE PART OF THE CONTRACT. 30. THIS PLAN INDICATES THE MINIMUM EROSION AND SEDIMENT PULLED AWAY FROM THE INLET, CLEANED AND REPLACED. RESPONSIBLE FOR MEETING ALL APPLICABLE RULES, REGULATIONS PLACE AFTER COMPLETION OF CONSTRUCTION AND REMOVED ONLY WHEN 29. ALL DEWATERING, EROSION, AND SEDIMENT CONTROL TO REMAIN IN SCREENS, SYNTHETIC HAY BALES, AND GRASSING. ALL FILL SLOPES 3:1 OR 28. ALL DISTURBED AREAS TO BE STABILIZED THROUGH COMPACTION, SILT 3. ADDITIONAL PROTECTION - ON-SITE PROTECTION IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE MUST BE PROVIDED THAT WILL NOT PERMIT SILT TO LEAVE THE PROJECT CONFINES DUE TO UNSEEN CONDITIONS OR ACCIDENTS. 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL INSURE THAT ALL DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, PIPES, 5. WIRE MESH SHALL BE LAID OVER THE DROP INLET SO THAT THE WIRE EXTENDS A MINIMUM OF 1 FOOT BEYOND EACH SIDE OF THE INLET STRUCTURE. HARDWARE CLOTH OR COMPARABLE WIRE MESH WITH 1/2- INCH OPENINGS SHALL BE USED. IF MORE THAN ONE STRIP OF MESH 6. FDOT NO. 1 COARSE AGGREGATE SHALL BE PLACED OVER THE WIRE MESH LEAST 12 INCHES OVER THE ENTIRE INLET OPENING. THE STONE SHALL EXTEND BEYOND THE INLET OPENING AT LEAST 18 INCHES ON 7. IF THE STONE FILTER BECOMES CLOGGED WITH SEDIMENT SO THAT IT NO LONGER ADEQUATELY PERFORMS ITS FUNCTION, THE STONES MUST BE 8. SYNTHETIC BALES SHALL BE EITHER WIRE-BOUND OR STRING-TIED WITH THE BINDINGS ORIENTED AROUND THE SIDES RATHER THAN OVER AND UNDER 9. SYNTHETIC BALES SHALL BE PLACED LENGTHWISE IN A SINGLE ROW SURROUNDING THE INLET, WITH THE ENDS OF ADJACENT BALES PRESSED TOGETHER. 10. THE FILTER BARRIER SHALL BE ENTRENCHED AND BACKFILLED. A TRENCH SHALL BE EXCAVATED TO A MINIMUM DEPTH OF 8 INCHES. AFTER THE SYNTHETIC BALES ARE STAKED, THE EXCAVATED SOIL SHALL BE 11. EACH SYNTHETIC BALE SHALL BE SECURELY ANCHORED AND HELD IN PLACE BY AT 12. CLOSE ATTENTION SHALL BE PAID TO THE REPAIR OF DAMAGED SYNTHETIC BALES, 13. NECESSARY REPAIRS TO BARRIERS OR REPLACEMENT OF SYNTHETIC BALES 14. ANY SEDIMENT DEPOSITS REMAINING IN PLACE AFTER THE SYNTHETIC BALE BARRIER IS NO LONGER REQUIRED SHALL BE DRESSED TO CONFORM TO 15. SILT FENCES AND FILTER BARRIERS SHALL BE INSPECTED IMMEDIATELY AFTER EACH RAINFALL AND AT LEAST DAILY DURING PROLONGED RAINFALL. ANY REQUIRED REPAIRS SHALL BE MADE IMMEDIATELY. 16. SHOULD THE FABRIC ON A SILT FENCE OR FILTER BARRIER DECOMPOSE OR BECOME INEFFECTIVE PRIOR TO THE END OF THE EXPECTED USABLE LIFE AND THE BARRIER STILL BE NECESSARY, THE FABRIC SHALL BE 17. SEDIMENT DEPOSITS SHOULD BE REMOVED AFTER EACH STORM EVENT. THEY MUST BE REMOVED WHEN DEPOSITS REACH APPROXIMATELY ONE- 18. ANY SEDIMENT DEPOSITS REMAINING IN PLACE AFTER THE SILT FENCE OR FILTER BARRIER IS NO LONGER REQUIRED SHALL BE DRESSED TO 19. THE STRUCTURE SHALL BE INSPECTED AFTER EACH RAIN AND REPAIRS ORIGINAL DIMENSIONS WHEN THE SEDIMENT HAS ACCUMULATED TO 1/3 THE DESIGN DEPTH OF THE TRAP. REMOVED SEDIMENT SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN A SUITABLE AREA AND IN SUCH A MANNER THAT IT WILL 21. THE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR FOLLOWING THE BEST EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PRACTICES AS OUTLINED IN THE PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS AND SAINT JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT 22. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON SEDIMENT AND EROSION CONTROL REFER TO "THE FLORIDA DEVELOPMENT MANUAL - A GUIDE TO SOUND DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION (F.D.E.P.) CHAPTER 6. 23. EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL BARRIERS SHALL BE PLACED ADJACENT TO ALL WETLAND AREAS WHERE THERE IS POTENTIAL FOR DOWNSTREAM WATER QUALITY DEGRADATION. SEE DETAIL SHEET FOR TYPICAL 24. ALL DISTURBED AREAS SHALL BE GRASSED, FERTILIZED, MULCHED AND MAINTAINED UNTIL A PERMANENT VEGETATIVE COVER IS ESTABLISHED. 25. SOD SHALL BE PLACED IN AREAS WHICH MAY REQUIRE IMMEDIATE EROSION PROTECTION TO ENSURE WATER QUALITY STANDARDS ARE 26. ANY DISCHARGE FROM DEWATERING ACTIVITY SHALL BE FILTERED AND CONVEYED TO THE OUTFALL IN A MANNER WHICH PREVENTS EROSION AND TRANSPORTATION OF SUSPENDED SOLIDS TO THE RECEIVING OUTFALL. 27. DEWATERING PUMPS SHALL NOT EXCEED THE CAPACITY OF THAT WHICH REQUIRES A CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMIT FROM THE SAINT JOHNS RIVER 31. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE REQUIRED TO RESPOND TO ALL WATER SJRWMD FOR EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL. THE COST OF CONSTRUCTION AND ONLY WHEN AREAS HAVE BEEN STABILIZED. NOTE: WHEN F.D.O.T. SPECIFICATIONS AND INDEXES ARE REFERENCED, PLEASE REFER TO THE LATEST F.D.O.T. ROADWAY AND TRAFFIC DESIGN STANDARDS AND F.D.O.T. STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS FOR ROAD AND BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION. STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\4 EROSION CONTROL DETAILS.dwg,3/24/2022 11:14:21 AMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHELL ROADSUITE 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 4 OF 13 EROSION CONTROL DETAILS OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL NONE DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE DETAILS CONCRETE WASHOUT AREA (CWA) DETAILS WHICHEVER COMES FIRST.MAINT./INSP. PROCEDURES CONT'D.* THE SEDIMENT BASINS WILL BE INSPECTED FOR THE DEPTH OF SEDIMENT, AND BUILT UP SEDIMENT WILL BE REMOVED WHEN IT REACHES 10 PERCENT OF THE DESIGN CAPACITY OR AT THE END OF THE JOB,* A MAINTENANCE INSPECTION REPORT WILL BE MADE AFTER EACH INSPECTION. A COPY OF THE REPORT FORM TO BE COMPLETED BY THE* TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT SEEDING AND PLANTING WILL BE INSPECTED FOR BARE SPOTS, WASHOUTS, AND HEALTHY GROWTH. REPORT. INSPECTOR IS ATTACHED.OF NON-COMPLIANCE.NON-STORM WATER DISCHARGESBASIN PRIOR TO DISCHARGE.* THE SITE SUPERINTENDENT WILL SELECT UP TO THREE INDIVIDUALS WHO WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR INSPECTIONS, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ACTIVITIES, AND FILLING OUT THE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE* PERSONNEL SELECTED FOR INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES WILL RECEIVE TRAINING FROM THE SITE. THE REPORTS WILL BE KEPT ON SITE DURING CONSTRUCTION AND AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST TO THE OWNER, ENGINEER OR ANY FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY APPROVING SEDIMENT AND AND EROSION PLANS, OR STORM WATER MANAGEMENT PLANS. THE REPORTS SHALL BE MADE AND RETAINED AS PART OF THE STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN FOR AT LEAST THREE YEARS FROMTHE DATE THAT THE SITE IS FINALLY STABILIZED AND THE NOTICE OFTERMINATION IS SUBMITTED THE REPORTS SHALL IDENTIFY ANY INCIDENTS* WATER FROM WATER LINE FLUSHING CONTRACTOR'S CERTIFICATION SUPERINTENDENT. THEY WILL BE TRAINED IN ALL THE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE PRACTICES NECESSARY FOR KEEPING THE EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROLS USED ONSITE IN GOOD WORKING ORDER.IT IS EXPECTED THAT THE FOLLOWING NON-STORM WATER DISCHARGESWILL OCCUR FROM THE SITE DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PERIOD:* PAVEMENT WASH WATERS (WHERE NO SPILLS OR LEAKS OF TOXIC OR HAZARDOUS MATERIALS HAVE OCCURRED).* UNCONTAMINATED GROUNDWATER (FROM DEWATERING EXCAVATION).ALL NON-STORM WATER DISCHARGES WILL BE DIRECTED TO THE SEDIMENTSUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR SUB-CONTRACTOR GENERAL CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBLE FOR/DUTIESSIGNATUREDATE OF CONTRACTOR & ALL SUBS BUSINESS NAME AND ADDRESS PRODUCT SPECIFIC PRACTICES PETROLEUM PRODUCTS SPILL PREVENTION CONT'D.THE FOLLOWING PRODUCT SPECIFIC PRACTICES WILL BE FOLLOWED ONSITE: ALL ONSITE VEHICLES WILL BE MONITORED FOR LEAKS AND RECEIVE REGULAR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE TO REDUCE THE CHANCE OF LEAKAGE. PETROLEUM PRODUCTS WILL BE STORED IN TIGHTLY SEALED CONTAINERS WHICH ARE CLEARLY LABELED. ANY ASPHALT SUBSTANCES FERTILIZERS PAINTS RECOMMENDATIONS. CONCRETE TRUCKSCLEANUP: SUPPLIES.FOR THIS PURPOSE. FERTILIZERS USED WILL BE APPLIED ONLY IN THE MINIMUM AMOUNTS RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. ONCE APPLIED, FERTILIZER WILL BE WORKED INTO THE SOIL TO LIMIT EXPOSURE TO STORM WATER. STORAGE WILL BE IN A COVERED AREA. THE CONTENTS OF ANY PARTIALLY USED BAGS OF FERTILIZER WILL BE TRANSFERRED TO A ALL CONTAINERS WILL BE TIGHTLY SEALED AND STORED WHEN NOT REQUIRED FOR USE. EXCESS PAINT WILL NOT BE DISCHARGED TO THE STORM SEWER SYSTEM BUT WILL BE PROPERLY DISPOSED OF ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURERS' INSTRUCTIONS OR STATE AND LOCAL REGULATIONS. SPILL CONTROL PRACTICESIN ADDITION TO THE GOOD HOUSEKEEPING AND MATERIAL MANAGEMENTPRACTICES DISCUSSED IN THE PREVIOUS SECTIONS OF THIS PLAN, THEFOLLOWING PRACTICES WILL BE FOLLOWED FOR SPILL PREVENTION AND MANUFACTURERS' RECOMMENDED METHODS FOR SPILL CLEANUP WILL BE PROCEDURES AND THE LOCATION OF THE INFORMATION AND CLEANUP SEALABLE PLASTIC BIN TO AVOID SPILLS. MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT NECESSARY FOR SPILL CLEANUP WILL BE KEPT IN THE MATERIAL STORAGE AREA ONSITE. EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO BROOMS, DUST PANS, MOPS, RAGS, GLOVES, GOGGLES, LIQUID ABSORBENT (i.e. KITTY LITTER OR EQUAL), SAND, SAWDUST, AND PLASTIC AND METAL TRASH CONTAINERS SPECIFICALLY ALL SPILLS WILL BE CLEANED UP IMMEDIATELY AFTER DISCOVERY. USED ONSITE WILL BE APPLIED ACCORDING TO THE MANUFACTURER'SWASTE DISPOSAL OTHER CONTROLS ALL WASTE MATERIALS EXCEPT LAND CLEARING DEBRIS SHALL BE COLLECTED AND STORED IN A SECURELY LIDDED METAL DUMPSTER. THE DUMPSTER WILL MEET ALL LOCAL AND STATE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT REGULATIONS. THE DUMPSTER WILL BE EMPTIED AS NEEDED AND THE TRASH WILL BE HAULED TO A STATE APPROVED LANDFILL. ALL PERSONNEL WILL BE INSTRUCTED REGARDING THE CORRECT PROCEDURE FOR WASTE DISPOSAL. NOTICES STATING THESE PRACTICES WILL BE POSTED AT THE CONSTRUCTION SITE BY THE WoodMasonry BlocksMetal StudsRoofing Materials_______ HAZARDOUS WASTE SANITARY WASTEOFFSITE VEHICLE TRACKINGFertilizersPaints_______ TARPAULIN. ConcreteAsphaltTarDetergents_______ CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT, THE INDIVIDUAL WHO MANAGES SEEING THAT THESE PROCEDURES ARE FOLLOWED. ALL HAZARDOUS WASTE MATERIALS WILL BE DISPOSED OF IN THE MANNER SPECIFIED BY LOCAL OR STATE REGULATION OR BY THE MANUFACTURER. SITE PERSONNEL WILL BE INSTRUCTED IN THESE PRACTICES AND THE SITE SUPERINTENDENT, THE INDIVIDUAL WHO MANAGES DAY-TO-DAY SITE OPERATIONS,WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SEEING THAT THESE PRACTICES ARE FOLLOWED. ALL SANITARY WASTE WILL BE COLLECTED FROM THE PORTABLE UNITS AS NEEDED TO PREVENT POSSIBLE SPILLAGE. THE WASTE WILL BE COLLECTED AND DEPOSED OF IN ACCORDANCE WITH STATE AND LOCAL WASTE DISPOSAL REGULATIONS FOR SANITARY SEWER OR SEPTIC SYSTEMS. THE DAY-TO-DAY SITE OPERATIONS, WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR REDUCE VEHICLE TRACKING OF SEDIMENTS. THE PAVED STREET ADJACENT TO THE SITE ENTRANCE WILL BE SWEPT DAILY TO REMOVE ANY EXCESS MUD, DIRT OR ROCK TRACKED FROM THE SITE. DUMP TRUCKS HAULING MATERIAL FROM THE CONSTRUCTION SITE WILL BE COVERED WITH APRESENT ONSITE DURING CONSTRUCTION:THE MATERIALS OR SUBSTANCES LISTED BELOW ARE EXPECTED TO BEPetroleum Based ProductsCleaning Solvents A STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE WILL BE PROVIDED TO HELP INVENTORY FOR POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN SIZE OF THE SPILL. THE SPILL AREA WILL BE KEPT WELL VENTILATED AND PERSONNEL WILL WEAR APPROPRIATE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING TO PREVENT INJURY FROM CONTACT WITH A HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE. SPILL OF TOXIC OR HAZARDOUS MATERIAL WILL BE REPORTED TO THE APPROPRIATE STATE OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCY, REGARDLESS OF THE THE SPILL PREVENTION PLAN WILL BE ADJUSTED TO INCLUDE MEASURES TO PREVENT THIS TYPE OF SPILL FROM REOCCURRING AND HOW TO CLEAN UP THE SPILL IF THERE IS ANOTHER ONE. A DESCRIPTION OF THE SPILL, WHAT CAUSED IT, AND THE CLEANUP MEASURES WILL ALSO BE INCLUDED. THE SITE SUPERINTENDENT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DAY-TO-DAY SITE OPERATIONS, WILL BE THE SPILL PREVENTION AND CLEANUP COORDINATOR. HE/SHE WILL DESIGNATE AT LEAST ONE OTHER SITE PERSONNEL WHO WILL RECEIVE SPILL PREVENTION AND CLEANUP TRAINING. THESE MAINTENANCE/INSPECTION PROCEDURES EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE PRACTICESTHE FOLLOWING ARE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE PRACTICES THAT WILL BEUSED TO MAINTAIN EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROLS.* NO MORE THAN 10 ACRES OF THE SITE WILL BE DENUDED AT ONE TIME WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM THE ENGINEER. APPLICABLE, IN THE OFFICE TRAILER ONSITE. PERSONNEL WILL BE POSTED IN THE MATERIAL STORAGE AREA AND IF OF PREVENTION AND CLEANUP. THE NAMES OF RESPONSIBLE SPILL INDIVIDUALS WILL EACH BECOME RESPONSIBLE FOR A PARTICULAR PHASE* ALL CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE INSPECTED BY THE SUPERINTENDENT, THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DAY TO DAY SITE OPERATION OR* ALL TURBIDITY CONTROL MEASURES WILL BE MAINTAINED IN GOOD WORKING ORDER; IF A REPAIR IS NECESSARY, IT WILL BE INITIATED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF* BUILT UP SEDIMENT WILL BE REMOVED FROM SILT FENCE WHEN IT HAS SOMEONE APPOINTED BY THE SUPERINTENDENT, AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK AND FOLLOWING ANY STORM EVENT OF 0.25 INCHES OR GREATER. PROMPTLY REPAIRED.* SILT FENCE WILL BE INSPECTED FOR DEPTH OF SEDIMENT, TEARS, TO SEE IF THE FABRIC IS SECURELY ATTACHED TO THE FENCE POSTS, AND TO SEE THAT THE FENCE POSTS ARE FIRMLY IN THE GROUND.* DIVERSION DIKES/SWALES WILL BE INSPECTED AND ANY BREACHES REACHED ONE-THIRD THE HEIGHT OF THE FENCE. DO THE JOB.MATERIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICESGOOD HOUSEKEEPING ROOF OR OTHER ENCLOSURE. RESEALABLE.HAZARDOUS PRODUCTSHAZARDOUS MATERIALS. DISPOSING OF THE CONTAINER. WILL BE FOLLOWED. ORIGINAL MANUFACTURER'S LABEL.THESE PRACTICES ARE USED TO REDUCE THE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH* PRODUCTS WILL BE KEPT IN ORIGINAL CONTAINERS UNLESS THEY ARE NOT* ORIGINAL LABELS AND MATERIAL SAFETY DATA WILL BE RETAINED; THEY CONTAIN IMPORTANT PRODUCT INFORMATION. SPILL PREVENTIONTHE FOLLOWING ARE THE MATERIAL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES THAT WILLBE USED TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SPILLS OR OTHER ACCIDENTAL EXPOSUREOF MATERIALS AND SUBSTANCES TO STORM WATER RUNOFF:THE FOLLOWING GOOD HOUSEKEEPING PRACTICES WILL BE FOLLOWEDONSITE DURING THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT:* AN EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO STORE ONLY ENOUGH PRODUCT REQUIRED TO* ALL MATERIALS STORED ONSITE WILL BE STORED IN A NEAT, ORDERLY MANNER IN THEIR APPROPRIATE CONTAINERS AND, IF POSSIBLE, UNDER A* PRODUCTS WILL BE KEPT IN THEIR ORIGINAL CONTAINERS WITH THE* SUBSTANCES WILL NOT BE MIXED WITH ONE ANOTHER UNLESS RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER.* WHENEVER POSSIBLE, ALL OF A PRODUCT WILL BE USED UP BEFORE* MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PROPER USE AND DISPOSAL* THE SITE SUPERINTENDENT WILL INSPECT DAILY TO ENSURE MATERIALS ONSITE RECEIVE PROPER USE AND DISPOSAL. FOLLOWED.* IF SURPLUS PRODUCT MUST BE DISPOSED OF, MANUFACTURER'S OR LOCAL AND STATE RECOMMENDED METHODS FOR PROPER DISPOSAL WILL BE CLEARLY POSTED ON SITE AND SITE PERSONNEL WILL BE MADE AWARE OF THE CONTROLS CONT'D. GENERALTHE CONTRACTOR SHALL AT A MINIMUM IMPLEMENT THE CONTRACTOR'SDEPENDING ON THE NATURE OF MATERIALS AND METHODS OF CONSTRUCTIONAPPLICABLE PERMIT CONDITIONS AND STATE WATER QUALITY STANDARDS. UNDERTAKE ADDITIONAL MEASURES REQUIRED TO BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN. IN ADDITION THE CONTRACTOR SHALLREQUIREMENTS OUTLINED BELOW AND THOSE MEASURES SHOWN ON THERETENTION SYSTEM PRIOR TO PLACING THE SYSTEM INTO OPERATION.THE CONTRACTOR MAY BE REQUIRED TO ADD FLOCCULANTS TO THE CURBS & GUTTER. INSTALL PERMANENT SEDIMENT FROM BASINS TEMPORARY DIVERSION SEEDING/SOD AND PLANTING ACTIVITY IS COMPLETE AND THE SITE IS STABILIZED, REMOVE ANY SWALES/DIKES AND RESEED/SOD AS REQUIRED BASIN BASIN GRUBBING CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE SWALES/DIKES AND SEDIMENT ON SITE AS REQUIRED PRACTICABLE STOCKPILES AS SOON AS11. COMPLETE GRADING AND12. COMPLETE FINAL PAVING13. REMOVE ACCUMULATED14. WHEN ALL CONSTRUCTION10. APPLY BASE TO PROJECT SEQUENCE OF MAJOR ACTIVITIES: TIMING OF CONTROLS/MEASURES STABILIZED CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE AND SEDIMENT BASIN WILL BE CONSTRUCTED PRIOR TO CLEARING OR GRADING OF ANY OTHER PORTIONS OF THE SITE. STABILIZATION MEASURES SHALL BE INITIATED AS SOON AS PRACTICAL IN PORTIONS OF THE SITE WHERE CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES HAVE TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY CEASED. ONCE CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY CEASES PERMANENTLY IN AN AREA, THAT AREA WILL BE STABILIZED PERMANENTLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PLANS. AFTER THE ENTIRE SITE IS STABILIZED, THE ACCUMULATED SEDIMENT WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE SEDIMENT TRAPS9. INSTALL UTILITIES, STORM SEWER, AS INDICATED IN THE SEQUENCE OF MAJOR ACTIVITIES, THE SILT FENCES, AND THE EARTH DIKE/SWALES WILL BE REGRADED/REMOVED AND STABILIZED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE EROSION & TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN. DIKE:STRUCTURAL PRACTICESNOTE: THE 3,600 CUBIC FEET OF STORAGE AREA PER ACRE DRAINED DOES NOT APPLY TO FLOWS FROM OFFSITE AREAS AND FLOWS FROM ONSITE AREAS THAT ARE EITHER UNDISTURBED OR HAVE UNDERGONE FINAL1. TEMPORARY DIVERSION DIKE: TEMPORARY DIVERSION DIKES MAY BE USED TO DIVERT RUNOFF THROUGH A SEDIMENT-TRAPPING FACILITY. AN DRAINAGEWAY AT A STORM DRAIN INLET OR AT OTHER POINTS OF DISCHARGE FROM A DISTURBED AREA. THE FOLLOWING SEDIMENT TRAPS MAY BE CONSTRUCTED EITHER A. BLOCK & GRAVEL SEDIMENT FILTER - THIS PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE HEAVY FLOWS AND/OR WHERE AN OVERFLOW CAPACITY IS NECESSARY TO PREVENT EXCESSIVE PONDING AROUND THE STRUCTURE. PONDING AROUND THE STRUCTURE MIGHT CAUSE EXCESSIVE HEAVY CONCENTRATED FLOWS ARE EXPECTED, BUT NOT WHERE B. GRAVEL SEDIMENT TRAP - THIS PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE THE INLET DRAINS A RELATIVELY FLAT AREA (S < 5%) AND WHERE AS IN STREET OR HIGHWAY MEDIANS.3. OUTLET PROTECTION: APPLICABLE TO THE OUTLETS OF ALL PIPES AND PAVED CHANNEL SECTIONS WHERE THE FLOW COULD CAUSE EROSION & SEDIMENT PROBLEM TO THE RECEIVING WATER BODY. SILT FENCES ARE TO BE INSTALLED IMMEDIATELY DOWNSTREAM OF THE DISCHARGING4. SEDIMENT BASIN: WILL BE CONSTRUCTED AT THE COMMON DRAINAGE LOCATIONS THAT SERVE AN AREA WITH 10 OR MORE DISTURBED ACRES AT ONE TIME, THE PROPOSED STORM WATER PONDS (OR TEMPORARY PONDS) WILL BE CONSTRUCTED FOR USE AS SEDIMENT BASINS. THESE STORAGE PER ACRE DRAINED UNTIL FINAL STABILIZATION OF THE SITE. SEDIMENT BASINS MUST PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF 3,600 CUBIC FEET OF2. TEMPORARY SEDIMENT TRAP: A SEDIMENT TRAP SHALL BE INSTALLED IN AREAS. INCONVENIENCE OR DAMAGE TO ADJACENT STRUCTURES & UNPROTECTED C. DROP INLET SEDIMENT TRAP - THIS PROTECTION IS APPLICABLE WHERE SHEET OR OVERLAND FLOWS (Q < 0.5 CFS) ARE TYPICAL. THIS METHOD SHALL NOT APPLY TO INLETS RECEIVING CONCENTRATED FLOWS SUCH STRUCTURE AS SHOWN ON THE OUTLET PROTECTION DETAIL. DISTURBED AREA AND THE SEDIMENT BASIN. ANY TEMPORARY SEDIMENT BASINS CONSTRUCTED MUST BE BACKFILLED AND COMPACTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL FILL. ALL SEDIMENT COLLECTED IN PERMANENT OR TEMPORARY SEDIMENT TRAPS MUST BE REMOVED UPON FINAL STABILIZATION. STABILIZATION WHERE SUCH FLOWS ARE DIVERTED AROUND BOTH THE CONTROLS SITE DESCRIPTIONOWNER'S REQUIREMENTSSEE GEOTECHNICAL REPORT FOR BORINGS AND SOILS DATA. REQUIREMENTS FOR TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT STABILIZATION. CONTROLS STABILIZATION PRACTICES AND EROSION CONTROL DETAILS. CONTROLS AND STORM WATER DISCHARGE POINTS. WETLANDS, PROTECTED AREAS, MAJOR STRUCTURAL AND NONSTRUCTURAL AREAS OF SOILS, DISTURBANCE, LOCATION OF SURFACE WATERS, COMMENCEMENT OF CONSTRUCTION)(CONSTRUCTION DATES ARE TO BE FILLED IN PRIOR TO 1. ANTICIPATED START DATE OF CONSTRUCTION: 2. ANTICIPATED END DATE OF CONSTRUCTION:PROJECT NAME AND LOCATION: SITE MAPS:SOILS:RUNOFF CURVE NUMBERS: 2. DURING CONSTRUCTION = SEE DRAINAGE CALCULATION NOTEBOOK 3. POST-CONSTRUCTION = SEE DRAINAGE CALCULATION NOTEBOOK 1. PRE-CONSTRUCTION = SEE DRAINAGE CALCULATION NOTEBOOKSITE AREA:* SEE ATTACHED GENERAL NOTES SHEET AND EROSION CONTROL PLAN FOR 1. TOTAL AREA OF SITE = 1.78 AC. 2. TOTAL AREA TO BE DISTURBED = 1.78 AC.NAME OF RECEIVING WATERS: * SEE ATTACHED EROSION CONTROL PLAN FOR LOCATION OF TEMPORARY* SEE ATTACHED PLANS FOR PRE & POST DEVELOPMENT GRADES,STORM WATER MANAGEMENTCONTROL/MEASURES. N.P.D.E.S PERMIT S.J.R.W.M.D. MS S.W PERMIT A.C.O.E. DREDGE/FILL PERMIT F.D.E.P. DREDGE/FILL PERMITREFER TO "CONTRACTORS REQUIREMENTS" FOR THE TIMING OF TIMING OF CONTROLS/MEASURES(TO BE FILLED IN PRIOR TO COMMENCEMENTOWNER/OPERATORSIGNED:__________________________________________DATED:____________________________OF CONSTRUCTION).PERMITS HAVE BEEN OBTAINED CERTIFICATION OF COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL REGULATIONS POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN CERTIFICATIONACCORDANCE WITH A SYSTEM DESIGNED TO ASSURE THAT QUALIFIEDI CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF LAW THAT THIS DOCUMENT AND ALLPERSONNEL PROPERLY GATHERED AND EVALUATED THE INFORMATIONKNOWING VIOLATIONS.IN ACCORDANCE WITH FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL LAWS RELATED TO STORMWATER MANAGEMENT AND EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROLS, THE FOLLOWINGATTACHMENTS WERE PREPARED UNDER MY DIRECTION OR SUPERVISION ININFORMATION, INCLUDING THE POSSIBILITY OF FINE AND IMPRISONMENT FORAM AWARE THAT THERE ARE SIGNIFICANT PENALTIES FOR SUBMITTING FALSEBEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF, TRUE, ACCURATE, AND COMPLETE. IGATHERING THE INFORMATION, THE INFORMATION SUBMITTED IS, TO THEMANAGE THE SYSTEM, OR THOSE PERSONS DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE FORSUBMITTED. BASED ON MY INQUIRY OF THE PERSON OR PERSONS WHO1. INSTALL STABILIZED5. CONTINUE CLEARING ANDTHE ORDER OF ACTIVITIES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:2. INSTALL SILT FENCES AS REQUIRED3. CLEAR AND GRUB FOR DIVERSION4. CONSTRUCT SEDIMENTATION6. STOCK PILE TOP SOIL IF REQUIRED7. PERFORM PRELIMINARY GRADING8. STABILIZE DENUDED AREAS ANDSTABILIZATION PRACTICESEROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROLSPLAN. IT IS ALSO THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THESE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES WILL BE IMPLEMENTED BY THE CONTRACTOR AS SITE BY THE REGULATORY AGENCIES.MEASURES, AS REQUIRED,TO ENSURE THE SITE MEETS ALL FEDERAL, STATE ANDON THE EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN AND ADD ADDITIONAL CONTROLTHE CONTRACTOR WILL ADJUST THE EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROLS SHOWNTO PREVENT TURBID OR POLLUTED WATER FROM LEAVING THE PROJECT SITE.CONTROLS ARE PROPERLY INSTALLED , MAINTAINED AND FUNCTIONING PROPERLY TURBIDITY CONTROLS AS SHOWN ON THE EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROL IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO IMPLEMENT THE EROSION ANDLOCAL EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROL REQUIREMENTS. THE FOLLOWING BESTREQUIRED BY THE EROSION AND TURBIDITY CONTROL PLAN AND AS REQUIREDTO MEET THE EROSION AND TURBIDITY REQUIREMENTS IMPOSED ON THE PROJECTCONTRACTOR'S REQUIREMENTSSTORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN INDEPENDENTLY OR IN CONJUNCTION WITH A TEMPORARY DIVERSIONAREA MUST BE CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR WASHING VEHICLES THAT WILL HAZARDOUS WASTES TO SURFACE AND GROUND WATERS. A DESIGNATEDWILL PREVENT DIRECT, UNTREATED DISCHARGES OF WASTEWATER ANDWASHING OF VEHICLES SHOULD BE CONDUCTED USING PRACTICES THATBE LAID WITH FILTER FABRIC, CRUSHED STONE (DOT GRAVEL #2 AND UP)AND COVERED WITH LINED BERM. COLLECTION FACILITY.4. STOCKPILING MATERIAL: NO EXCAVATED MATERIAL SHALL BE STOCKPILED IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO DIRECT RUNOFF DIRECTLY OFF THE PROJECT SITE INTO ANY ADJACENT WATER BODY OR STORM WATER SOIL EXPOSED BY CLEARING AND GRUBBING OPERATIONS OR EXCAVATION AND FILLING OPERATIONS SHALL NOT EXCEED 10 ACRES. THIS REQUIREMENT MAY BE WAIVED FOR LARGE PROJECTS WITH AN EROSION CONTROL PLAN WHICH DEMONSTRATES THAT OPENING OF5. EXPOSED AREA LIMITATION: THE SURFACE AREA OF OPEN, RAW ERODIBLE OF SEDIMENTS. OR SODDED. VEGETATIVE COVER. OFFSITE FACILITIES. ADDITIONAL AREAS WILL NOT SIGNIFICANTLY AFFECT OFF-SITE DEPOSIT6. INLET PROTECTION: INLETS AND CATCH BASINS WHICH DISCHARGE RUNOFF UNTIL THE COMPLETION OF ALL CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS THAT MAY CONTRIBUTE SEDIMENT TO THE INLET.7. TEMPORARY SEEDING: AREAS OPENED BY CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS RECEIVE FINAL GRASSING TREATMENT WITHIN 30 DAYS SHALL BE SEEDED WITH A QUICK GROWING GRASS SPECIES WHICH WILL PROVIDE AN EARLY COVER DURING THE SEASON IN WHICH IT IS PLANTED AND WILL NOT LATER COMPETE WITH THE PERMANENT GRASSING. 8. TEMPORARY SEEDING AND MULCHING: SLOPES STEEPER THAN 6:1 THAT FALL WITHIN THE CATEGORY ESTABLISHED IN PARAGRAPH 8 ABOVE SHALL ADDITIONALLY RECEIVE MULCHING OF APPROXIMATELY 2 INCHES AREA ADEQUATE TO PREVENT MOVEMENT OF SEED AND MULCH.9. TEMPORARY GRASSING: THE SEEDED OR SEEDED AND MULCHED AREA(S) SHALL BE ROLLED AND WATERED OR HYDROMULCHED OR OTHER SUITABLE METHODS IF REQUIRED TO ASSURE OPTIMUM GROWING CONDITIONS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A GOOD GRASS COVER.11. MAINTENANCE: ALL FEATURES OF THE PROJECT DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED TO PREVENT EROSION AND SEDIMENT SHALL BE MAINTAINED DURING THE LIFE OF THE CONSTRUCTION SO AS TO TEMPORARY GRASSING SHALL BE THE SAME MIX & AMOUNT REQUIRED FOR PERMANENT GRASSING IN THE CONTRACT SPECIFICATIONS.10. TEMPORARY REGRASSING : IF, AFTER 14 DAYS FROM SEEDING, THE TEMPORARY GRASSED AREAS HAVE NOT ATTAINED A MINIMUM OF 85 AND ADDITIONAL SEED APPLIED SUFFICIENT TO ESTABLISH THE DESIRED PERCENT UNIFORM GOOD GRASS COVER, THE AREA WILL BE REWORKED12. PERMANENT EROSION CONTROL: THE EROSION CONTROL FACILITIES OF THE PROJECT SHOULD BE DESIGNED TO MINIMIZE THE IMPACT ON THE13. PERMANENT SEEDING: ALL AREAS WHICH HAVE BEEN DISTURBED BY PROVIDE BOTH LONG-TERM VEGETATION AND RAPID GROWTH SEASONAL FUNCTION AS THEY WERE ORIGINALLY DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED. DIRECTLY OFF-SITE SHALL BE PROTECTED FROM SEDIMENT-LADEN STORM AND THAT ARE NOT ANTICIPATED TO BE RE-EXCAVATED OR DRESSED AND LOOSE MEASURE OF MULCH MATERIAL CUT INTO THE SOIL OF THE SEEDED CONSTRUCTION WILL, AS A MINIMUM, BE SEEDED. THE SEEDING MIX MUST VEGETATION. SLOPES STEEPER THAN 4:1 SHALL BE SEEDED AND MULCHED FOLLOWING LIMITATIONS: DISTURBED AREAS SUBJECT TO SHEET AND RILL EROSION WITH THE B. IN MINOR SWALES OR DITCH LINES WHERE THE MAXIMUM A. WHERE THE MAXIMUM SLOPE BEHIND THE BARRIER IS 33 PERCENT. CONTRIBUTING DRAINAGE AREA IS NO GREATER THAN 2 ACRES. ENOUGH RESIDUE MATERIAL IS AVAILABLE ON SITE. BELOW DISTURBED AREAS SUBJECT TO SHEET AND RILL EROSION WHERE CONSTRUCTED ON UNDISTURBED SOIL AND THE AREA BELOW THE LEVEL LIP IS STABILIZED. THE WATER SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO APPLIES ONLY IN THOSE SITUATIONS WHERE THE SPREADER CAN BE FREE STORM RUNOFF IS INTERCEPTED AND DIVERTED AWAY FROM THE GRADED AREAS ONTO UNDISTURBED STABILIZED AREAS. THIS PRACTICE RECONCENTRATE AFTER RELEASE. 1. FILTER FABRIC BARRIER: FILTER FABRIC BARRIERS CAN BE USED BELOW2. BRUSH BARRIER WITH FILTER FABRIC: BRUSH BARRIER MAY BE USED3. LEVEL SPREADER: A LEVEL SPREADER MAY BE USED WHERE SEDIMENT-STORM WATER DRAINAGE WILL BE PROVIDED BY A SERIES OF PIPES AND INLETS CONVEYINGRUNOFF TO THE STORMWATER RETENTION PONDS FOR THE PROJECT. AREAS WHICH ARENOT TO BE CONSTRUCTED ON, BUT WILL BE REGRADED SHALL BE STABILIZED IMMEDIATELYAFTER GRADING IS COMPLETE. THE SITE DISCHARGES TO A DRY DETENTION SYSTEM. WHEREPRACTICAL, TEMPORARY SEDIMENT BASINS WILL BE USED TO INTERCEPT SEDIMENT BEFOREENTERING THE PERMANENT DETENTION BASIN. THIS IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THEREQUIREMENTS SET FORTH BY THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT FORTHIS TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT AT THE TIME OF PERMITTING.EXISTING OFF-SITE PONDI CERTIFY UNDER PENALTY OF LAW THAT I UNDERSTAND, AND SHALL COMPLYWITH, THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA GENERIC PERMITFOR STORMWATER DISCHARGE FROM LARGE AND SMALL CONSTRUCTIONACTIVITIES AND THIS STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN PREPAREDTHEREUNDER.OWNER NAME AND ADDRESS:DESCRIPTION:USA MRD2750 TAYLOR AVE, SUITE A-51ORLANDO, FL 32806CONTACT: ROSE THOMASPHONE (407) 917-7368THIS PROJECT INCLUDES THE CONSTRUCTION OF ROADWAYS, GRADING, UTILITYCONSTRUCTION, DRAINAGE SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION AND LANDSCAPING. 3. TOTAL AREA REMAINING = 0.00 AC06/2306/22OCOEE LANDING MIXED USE BUILDING SITEOCOEE, FLORIDASOIL DISTURBING ACTIVITIES WILL INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO: CLEARINGAND GRUBBING; EARTHWORK, DRAINAGE SYSTEM, PAVING, ANDPREPARATION FOR FINAL LANDSCAPING.THIS PLAN UTILIZES BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES TO CONTROL EROSION ANDTURBIDITY CAUSED BY STORM WATER RUN OFF. AN EROSION AND TURBIDITYPLAN HAS BEEN PREPARED TO INSTRUCT THE CONTRACTOR ON PLACEMENT OFTHESE CONTROLS. IT IS THE CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY TO INSTALL ANDMAINTAIN THE CONTROLS PER PLAN AS WELL AS ENSURING THE PLAN ISPROVIDING THE PROPER PROTECTION AS REQUIRED BY FEDERAL, STATE ANDLOCAL LAWS. REFER TO "CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY" FOR A VERBALDESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLS THAT MAY BE IMPLEMENTED.LATITUDE: N28° 34' 27.32"LONGITUDE: W81° 30' 42.66"DATE BYDESCRIPTIONDATE BYDESCRIPTIONREVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS"I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my directsupervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction.Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\5 SWPPP.dwg,3/24/2022 2:11:12 PM DATE:PROJECT NO.:DRAWN BY:CHECKED BY:SCALE:SHEET:DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC.12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471APRIL 2022MRD-1LCDMS5 OF 13SWPPPOCOEE, FLORIDAOCOEE LANDING COMMERCIALNONEDAVE M. SCHMITTFLORIDA REG. NUMBER48274 NO PA R KI N G FIRE L A N E ONLYN O P A R K I N G FI R E L A N E 1010 9 8 10 98 LOADING ZONE 9 8 9 7 11 1 BIKESTORAGE5 BUILDING 51,680 SF NO PA R KI N G FIRE L A N E ONLY10'15'5' 5' LANDSCAPE BUFFER 25'20'5.85'10' BUILDING SETBACK LANDSCAPE BUFFER BUILDING SETBACK LANDSCAPE BUFFER LANDSCAPE BUFFER BUILDING SETBACK S.R. 438 (SILVER STAR ROAD) BUILDING SETBACK 25'20'9'20'24'20'15'R 2 5 'R25'R25'R 1 5 ' R15' R25' R5'R5'R5' 20'24' 22.5' R5' R3' R5' 12'12'5'12'5'12'9' TYPE "D" CURB(TYP.) TYPE "D" CURB(TYP.) 7' SIDEWALK 20' DRAINAGE EASEMENT 5' EXISTING SIDEWALK 20'9'TYPE "D" CURB(TYP.) TYPE "D" CURB(TYP.) R5'8'22.5'5'5.0' R5'R5' R3'DOUBLE DUMPSTER R5'9'3'9'3'9'12'5'9'3'EXISTING TYPE "F" CURB R5'R5'20'20'24'5'8'5' SIDEWALK 5' SIDEWALK 3' SIDEWALK BENCH BENCH ELECT. TRANSFORMER 15'UTILITY EASEMENT DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\6 OVERALL SITE PLAN.dwg,4/13/2022 1:14:51 PMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241.ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 6 OF 13 OVERALL SITE PLAN OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL 1" = 20' DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 2.0' FROM THE FACE OF THE CURB WHEEL STOP DETAIL 5' CONC. SIDEWALK WHEEL STOP TO BE INSTALLED IN ALL PARKING STALLS IN FRONT OF BUILDINGS NOTE: ALL AFFECTED SIDEWALKS, RAMPS, AND CROSSWALKS, WILL BE BUILT AND INSPECTED TO MEET CURRENT ADA REQUIREMENTS. TYPICAL PARKING STRIPING HANDICAP SIGN (84" FROM GRADE TO BOTTOM OF SIGN, SET 24" BACK OF SIDEWALK) 6" WHITE RAMP 6" BLUE HC SYMBOL SIDEWALK BLUE6"6"WHITE2"BLUE2"WHITE6"6"9'5'20'6" WHITE @ 4' O.C. DETECTABLE WARNINGS NOTE: ALL STRIPING SHALL BE THERMOPLASTIC AND 6". 9'9' REGULAR PARKING SPACE ADA PARKING SPACE TOTAL SITE AREA: 1.78AC EXISTING ZONING: PUD FUTURE LAND USE: COMMERCIAL MAX F.A.R. = 3 PERMITTED USES: SEE TABLE 5-1(PERMITTED USE REGULATIONS) UNDER THE CITY OF OCOEE ZONING REGULATIONS. (ALL USES & SPECIAL EXCEPTIONS IN C-2 ZONING EXCEPT FOR A. AUTOMOTIVE SALES, B. HOTEL, C. MOTEL. ALL SPECIAL EXCEPTION USES WILL REQUIRE A SPECIAL EXCEPTION SITE PLAN APPROVAL BEFORE PERMITTING. C-3 AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND CARWASH SETBACKS: FRONT: 25' REAR: 20' SIDE INTERIOR LOT: 10' DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS PARCEL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER 16-22-28-4532-00-140 MINIMUM ZONING STANDARDS COMMERCIAL MIN LOT:43,560 SF (1 AC) MIN FRONT SETBACK: 25' MIN SIDE SETBACK: 10' MIN SIDE SETBACK (CORNER): N/A MIN REAR SETBACK: 20' MIN LOT WIDTH: 150' MAX BLDG COVERAGE:30% MAX IMPERVIOUS: 80% MAX BLDG HEIGHT: 35' (3 STORY) MIN LIVING AREA: N/A UTILITY PROVIDERS WATER: CITY OF OCOEE (WILL TIE INTO EXISTING WATER MAIN ON RESIDENTIAL SITE AS SHOWN) WASTEWATER: CITY OF OCOEE (WILL GRAVITY TO EXISTING MANHOLE IN NORTHEAST OF THE SITE AS SHOWN) REUSE WATER: CITY OF OCOEE (WILL TIE INTO EXISTING REUSE WATER MAIN ON RESIDENTIAL SITE AS SHOWN) NOTES: 1. EACH LOT DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED IS CONCEPTUAL ONLY. INDIVIDUAL LOTS ARE SUBJECT TO SITE PLAN APPROVALS AND SUBJECT TO ALL APPLICABLE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODES. 2. ALL COMMON AREAS WILL BE MANAGED BY A POA. 3. ALL ROADWAYS WILL BE PUBLIC. 4. THE LANDSCAPE BUFFERS TO THE NORTH ADJACENT TO THE RESIDENTIAL AREAS ARE CONSIDERED LOW BUFFERS REQUIRING FIFTEEN (20) FEET OF BUFFER AS SHOWN. 5. FINAL DEVELOPMENT ORDERS OR PERMITS MAY BE ISSUED ONLY UPON FINDING BY THE CITY THAT THE INFRASTRUCTURE ADDRESSED UNDER THE CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SHALL BE AVAILABLE CONCURRENT WITH THE IMPACTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT. 6. ALL COMMERCIAL SIGNAGE FOR THE PROJECT SHALL COMPLY WITH THE ADOPTED CITY OF OCOEE SIGNAGE REGULATIONS (LDC, ARTICLE VI, SECTION 6-14, C, (5)). 7. FREE STANDING GROUND SIGNS ARE TO BE LOCATED NO CLOSER THAN 10 FEET AWAY FROM PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AND NOT WITHIN SAFE-SIGHT TRIANGLES. AS SILVER STAR ROAD (S.R. NO. 438) IS AN F.D.O.T. ROADWAY, SITE TRIANGLES WILL BE DESIGNED PER THE CURRENT F.D.O.T. DESIGN STANDARDS. 8. MAXIMUM COVERAGE OF ALL BUILDINGS SHALL NOT EXCEED 30% OF THE GROSS LAND AREA. 9. MAXIMUM IRRIGATION DEMAND FOR EACH LOT IS ESTIMATED TO BE UNDER 350,000 GPY. (1.7 AC. / .5 AC. MAX LANDSCAPED. 2 GRASS ZONES AND 1 SHRUB PER LOT AT 80 GPM MAX, WITH RUN TIMES OF 60 MIN. PER GRASS ZONE, 30 MIN. PER SHRUB ZONE). MULTIPLY BY 3.5 LOTS=1,225,000 GPY. 10. ALL IRRIGATION IS TO BE 2" TOTAL SITE AREA: 1.78 AC BUILDING: 1º FLOOR = 14,550 SQ. FT. 2º FLOOR = 18,565 SQ. FT. 3º FLOOR = 18,565 SQ FT. TOTAL = 51,680 SQ FT. PERVIOUS AREA: 0.34 AC 19.00% IMPERVIOUS AREA: 1.44 AC 81.00% TOTAL GROSS AREA: 1.78 AC 100.00% PROPOSED USES : 1ST FLOOR: COMMERCIAL/RETAIL = 8,000 SQ.FT. LEASING OFFICE: = 1,757 SQ.FT. 1-3 BEDROOM APARTMENT 1-2 BEDROOM APARTMENT 2-1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS 2ND & 3RD FLOORS: 2-3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS 16-2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS 24-1 BEDROOM APARTMENTS PROPOSED PARKING SPACES: REGULAR PARKING SPACES 91 P.S. A.D.A PARKING SPACES 05 P.S. GUEST PARKING SPACES 13 P.S. TOTAL PROPOSED PARKING SPACES 109 P.S. REQUIRED PARKING SPACES: RESIDENTIAL 56 P.S. (1 P.S/1-BEDROOM APT. UNIT & 1.5 P.S./2&3-BEDROOM APT. UNIT). COMMERCIAL/RETAIL 40 P.S. (5 P.S./1,000 SQ. FT.) TOTAL REQUIRED PARKING SPACES 96 P.S. PROPOSED SITE DATA: 132.36' 131.86'131.62' 132.06'132.02' 131.42' 10 BFP NO PA R KI N G FIRE L A N E ONLY5SSSS S N O P A R K I N G FI R E L A N E LOT 4, PHASE 1B LOADING ZONE BIKESTORAGEBUILDING 133.61 133.11 134.03 133.53 LP 132.18 133.06133.03 134.04 133.54 133.17 132.67 133.60 133.10 133.55 133.05 133.16 132.66 133.55 133.05 133.60 133.10 134.05 133.55 133.80 133.30 133.32 132.82 133.32 132.82 133.80 133.30 HP 133.36 LP 132.17 134.00 133.50 133.50 133.76 133.76 133.57 133.07 133.57 133.07 133.57 133.07133.55 133.05 132.92 134.06 133.56 133.70 133.20 133.64 133.14 133.27 132.77 133.18 132.68 133.40 132.90 133.02 132.52 133.44 132.94 133.15 132.65 133.59 133.09 133.45 132.95 133.83 133.33 133.88 133.38 134.23 133.73 133.83 133.33 133.86 133.36 134.02 133.52 133.58 133.67 133.17132.93 134.12 133.62 134.28 133.78 134.17 133.67 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 0.50% 134.00 133.50 FFE = 134.00 133.08 20' DRAINAGE EASEMENT D-1 D-2 D-3 D-4 D-5 EX. D-22EX. D-10 EX D-23 EX D-1 DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 LE GEND DESCRIPTION PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM STORM SEWER SYSTEM WATER SYSTEM FIRE LINE & HYDRANT W DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\7 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN.dwg,4/13/2022 11:59:30 AMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241.ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 7 OF 13 GRADING & DRAINAGE PLAN OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL 1"=20' DRAINAGE STRUCTURE DATA W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W WWWWWBFP NO PA R KI N G FIRE L A N E ONLYRM PVCRM PVCRM PVCRM PVCMSSSSSS BOTTOM = 115.0BRK = 123.0NWL = 125.0TOB = 129.0N O P A R K I N G FI R E L A N E LOADING ZONE BIKESTORAGEBFPM WWM BUILDING 51,680 SF EX S-2 EX. SAN. MH N:1541892.0955 E:491311.1654 TOP Elev:133.03 INV IN:126.45 E EX S-3 EX. SAN. MH STA:0+20.00(0.00) TOP Elev:132.83 INV OUT:126.55 DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my directsupervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actually constructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\8 UTILITY PLAN.dwg,4/13/2022 1:09:26 PMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 Lake Underhill Road Suite 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 8 OF 13 UTILITY PLAN OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL 1"=20' DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 LE GEND DESCRIPTION PROPOSED SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM STORM SEWER SYSTEM WATER SYSTEM FIRE LINE & HYDRANT SW SANITARY STRUCTURE DATA HYDRANT 2 6" DIP FIRELINE 6" BACKFLOW PREVENTER (BFP) FDC-1 4" FDC/PIV LINE 6" DIP FIRELINE WET TAP CONNECTION WITH EXISTING 12" WATERMAIN & 1-12'X6" TEE 1-6" G.V. 1-6" DDCVA 2" PVC RWM STUB OUT 6" DIP FIRELINE EXISTING 12" DIP WATERMAIN 1-6"X6" TEE 1-6"X6" TEE 6" SANITARY SERVICE 23' - 6" PVC 0.50% 1-4" G.V. WET TAP CONNECTION WITH EXISTING 12" WATERMAIN & 1-12'X4" TEE 1-4" MASTER WATER METER 1-RPZ 4" WATER SERVICE 4" DIP WATERMAIN HYDRANT 1 15'UTILITY EASEMENT 1 - 2" REUSE WATER METER 1-2" G.V. PROPOSED FHPROPERTYBOUNDARYPROPOSED FDC10NO PARKINGFIRE LANEONLY 5NO PARKINGFIRE LANELOADINGZONEBIKE STORAGE BUILDING51,680 SFPROPERTYBOUNDARYPROPERTYBOUNDARYPROPOSED FHDATEBYDESCRIPTIONDATE BYDESCRIPTIONREVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS"I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my directsupervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction.Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\9 FIRE TRUCK ROUTE PLAN.dwg,4/13/2022 1:38:29 PM DATE:PROJECT NO.:DRAWN BY:CHECKED BY:SCALE:SHEET:DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC.12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471APRIL 2022MRD-1LCDMS9 OF 13FIRE TRUCK ROUTE PLANOCOEE, FLORIDAOCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL1" = 20'DAVE M. SCHMITTFLORIDA REG. NUMBER48274Lock to Lock Time:Track:Width:inchesFIRE TRUCK6.080.796.0249.0"86.0"511.0"Steering Angle:41.7 NO PA R KI N G FIRE L A N E ONLYN O P A R K I N G FI R E L A N E LOADING ZONE BIKESTORAGEBUILDING 51,680 SF DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\10 SIGNING & STRIPING PLAN.dwg,4/13/2022 1:42:47 PMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROAD SUITE 241 ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 10 OF 13 SIGNING & STRIPING PLAN OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL 1" = 20' DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 TYPICAL STOP SIGN STOP R1-1 TYPICAL INTERSECTION SIGNING & STRIPING DETAIL 35' R. TYP.25' R. TYP. TYPE "F" CURB, TYP. SIDEWALK RAMP /W DETECTABLE WARNING, TYP. 24" STOP BAR, TYP. (WHITE) 24' TYP.24' TYP.R.O.W. LINE, TYP. SIDEWALK SIDEWALK4'CROSSWALK (WHITE) CURB RAMP DETECTABLE WARNING ALL SIDEWALK CURB RAMPS SHALL HAVE "CAST IN PLACE" DETECTABLE WARNING SURFACES THAT EXTEND THE FULL WIDTH OF THE RAMP AND IN THE DIRECTION OF TRAVEL 24 INCHES (610 mm) FROM THE BACK OF CURB IN ACCORDANCE WITH F.D.O.T. INDEX 522-002. TRUNCATED DOME DETAIL PLAN VIEW NOTES: 1. ALL PAVEMENT MARKINGS PLACED IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY SHALL BE THERMOPLASTIC AND WILL BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH FDOT ROADWAY AND TRAFFIC DESIGN STANDARDS PER INDEX 711-001. 2. FOR SIGN DETAILS, REFER TO THE "STANDARD HIGHWAY SIGNS" PUBLISHED BY THE U.S. DEPTARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION, LATEST EDITION, THE MANUAL OF UNIFORM TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES (MUTCD) 2009 WITH REVISIONS 1 & 2, AND THE FDOT 2018 DESIGN STANDARD BOOKLET. 4'-0" MIN.4'-6" MIN.6"4"1'-6"2"7'-0"1'-6" 12" $250 FINE F.S. 316.955 ONLY PERMIT DISABLED FTP-20-06 12" PARKING BY 21 "11" 1"1" 1"1"1"1 "1"1"1"218"6"11 "2R1 "21 FTP-22-06 HANDICAP SIGN TYPICAL PARKING STRIPING HANDICAP SIGN (84" FROM GRADE TO BOTTOM OF SIGN, SET 24" BACK OF SIDEWALK) 6" WHITE RAMP 6" BLUE HC SYMBOL SIDEWALK BLUE6"6"WHITE2"BLUE2"WHITE6"6"9'5'12'20'6" WHITE @ 4' O.C. DETECTABLE WARNINGS NOTE:ALL STRIPING SHALL BE THERMOPLASTIC AND 6". 2.0' FROM THE FACE OF THE CURB WHEEL STOP DETAIL 5' CONC. SIDEWALK WHEEL STOP TO BE INSTALLED IN ALL PARKING STALLS IN FRONT OF BUILDINGS 4-HANDCAP SIGN FTP-20-06 NO PARKING FIRE LANE STRIPE WHEEL STOPS LOADING ZONE STRIPE STOP SIGN (R1-1), 24" STOP BAR, & 6' WIDE SPECIAL EMPHASIS CROSS WALK WITH DETECTABLE WARNING PER FDOT INDEX 711-001 BLUE PAINTED SYMBOL ON PAVEMENT LANDSCAPE ISLAND 1'-6" DIAMETER CONCRETE BASE INTERNATIONAL HANDICAP SYMBOL 3'-0"(MIN.)STOP SIGN (R1-1), 24" STOP BAR ALUMINUM HANDICAP PARKING SIGN (SEE SIGN DETAIL). BOLT TO STEEL TUBE WITH 1/2" CADMIUM PLATED BOLTS, NUTS, AND WASHERS. 2"x2"x0.188" STEEL TUBE EXTENDED INTO CONCRETE 3'-0". DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\11 PAVING & DRAINAGE DETAILS.dwg,3/24/2022 11:08:36 AMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 11 OF 13 PAVING & DRAINAGE DETAILS OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL NONE WIDTH VARIES-SEE PLAN 1/4"/'4"STANDARD CONCRETE SIDEWALK FIN. GRADEFIN. GRADE TYPICAL DRIVEWAY AND PARKING SECTION 6" 1/2" RADIUS (TYP.)18"6"TYPE "D" CURB 8" 4" 4"4"4"4"6"6"PAVEMENT SIDEWALK ABUTTING PAVEMENT WIDTH VARIES-SEE PLAN 1/4"/'FIN. GRADE HANDICAP RAMP DETAIL 6'-0" 5'-0" PAINTED ACCESS AISLE SIDEWALK 6'-0" MIN. H.C. RAMP 12:1 (MAX.) 6'-0"6'-0" MIN. H.C. RAMP 12:1 (MAX.) "CAST-IN-PLACE" DETECTABLE WARNING SURFACE "CAST-IN-PLACE" DETECTABLE WARNING SURFACE PLAN VIEW SECTION A-A 2'-0" TYPE "F" CURB & GUTTER 2' LANDING LIMITS OF EXISTING CURB REMOVAL 1'-6"LOW CURB TO MATCH WIDTH OF SIDEWALK 1'-6" TRANSITION6'-0"SEE NOTE 4 AND DETECTIBLE WARNING DETAIL, THIS SHEET 2'-0" LANDING DETECTABLE WARNING: SEE NOTE 4 AND DETECTABLE WARNING DETAIL, THIS SHEET MAX. 1:12 1/2" EXP. JOINT 4" CONC. SIDEWALK 1/2" EXP. JOINT TYPE "F" CURB & GUTTER (REMOVE & REPLACE WITH LOW CURB WITHIN LIMITS SHOWN IN PLAN VIEW) 6" TYP. RAMP FLOOR AND SIDES 6'-0" RAMP 2'-0" HANDICAP RAMP NOTES: 1. EXISTING CURB SHALL BE COMPLETELY REMOVED & REPLACED WITHIN LIMITS SHOWN. 2. LOW CURB & TRANSITION MAY BE FORMED AT THE TIME OF CURB CONSTRUCTION. 3. CONSTRUCT WITH CLASS A (3000 PSI) CONCRETE. 4. CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSTRUCT DETECTABLE "CAST IN PLACE" WARNING SURFACES PER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT ACCESSIBILITY GUIDELINES (ADAAG) SECTION 4.29.2. 5. RAMPS SHALL COMPLY WITH FDOT INDEX 304.AA2'-0"CONC. SIDEWALK WIDTH VARIES (5' STD.)SEE PLAN FOR LOCATION OF CURB DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\12 UTILITY DETAILS.dwg,3/24/2022 11:15:16 AMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 12 OF 13 UTILITY DETAILS OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL NONE DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 DATE BY DESCRIPTION DATE BY DESCRIPTION REVISIONSCONTRACTOR "AS-BUILTS" I hereby state that these "As-Builts" were furnished to me by the contractor listed below. I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actuallyconstructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor EngineerNot valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.F:\MRD1\CAD\Planset\Final\12 UTILITY DETAILS.dwg,3/24/2022 11:15:16 AMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROADSUITE 241ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 APRIL 2022 MRD-1 LC DMS 13 OF 13 UTILITY DETAILS OCOEE, FLORIDA OCOEE LANDING COMMERCIAL NONE DAVE M. SCHMITT FLORIDA REG. NUMBER 48274 132.36' 131.86'131.62' 132.06'132.02' 131.42'131.25' 131.81'RM PVCRM PVCRM PVCABSSMH_NF RIM= 128.03E INV= 120.79W INV=120.86 WWWW W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W 131.81'131.81' 131.25'131.25'131.42'131.42' 132.02'132.02'132.06'132.06' 131.62'131.62'131.86'131.86' 132.36'132.36' 7 10 10 5 WWWWWWWWBFP NO PA R KI N G FIRE L A N E ONLYRM PVCRM PVCRM PVCRM PVCRM PVCRM PVCRM PVCRM PVCRM PVCM 5SSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSS SMM N O P A R K I N G FI R E L A N E LOT 4, PHASE 1B 1010 9 8 10 98 LOADING ZONE 9 8 9 7 11 1 BIKESTORAGE5 BFPM WWWWWM BUILDING 51,680 SF OWNER NAME AND ADDRESSPROJECT NO.SCALEPHASEFILE NAMEDESCRIPTIONREV.PROJECT ADDRESSDATEDRAWN BYCHECKED BYDATESIGNATURE AND DATED SEALDRAWING TITLE3rd PARTY VERIFICATIONCHRISTOPHER D. RICE ORLANDO, FL. 32804 (407) 418-1338720 VASSAR STREETCONFIDENTIAL THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF BORRELLI + PARTNERS UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACT, THE CONTENTS OF THIS DRAWING ARE SHALL NOT BE TRANSMITTED TO ANY OTHER PARTY EXCEPT AS AGREED TO BY THE ARCHITECT. COPYRIGHT BORRELLI + PARTNERS. AAC 000711ACC 000711 ORLANDO, FL. 32804 (407) 418-1338720 VASSAR STREETCONFIDENTIAL THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF BORRELLI + PARTNERS UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACT, THE CONTENTS OF THIS DRAWING ARE SHALL NOT BE TRANSMITTED TO ANY OTHER PARTY EXCEPT AS AGREED TO BY THE ARCHITECT. COPYRIGHT BORRELLI + PARTNERS. AAC 000711ACC 000711LA6667122OCOEE LANDINGS MIXED-USE20-027CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS04/01/22EAST SILVER STAR ROADOCOEE, FLORIDA 34761THIS FILE HAS BEEN ELECTRONICALLY SIGNED ANDSEALED USING A DIGITAL SIGNATURE. PRINTED COPIESOF THIS DOCUMENT ARE NOT CONSIDERED SIGNED AND SEALED AND THE SIGNATURE MUST BE VERIFIED ON ANY ELECTRONIC COPIES.L-100AS NOTED19-096JTDCDRLANDSCAPE PLANNOTE: LANDSCAPE TO BE IRRIGATED PER CHAPTER 175 OF THE CITY OF OCOEE LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE. SET TOP OF ROOTBALL 1'' ABOVE ADJACENT PLANTING SOIL 3'' MULCH AS SPECIFIED (1''OVER ROOTBALL). KEEP MULCH 3" AWAY FROM STEMS AND/OR TRUNKS EXCAVATE ENTIRE BED TO 6'' DEPTH AND BACKFILL WITH PREPARED PLANTING SOIL PER SPECIFICATIONS NOTES: DETAIL APPLIES TO 1 GAL. MATERIALS PLANTED AT 24" O.C. OR LESS 6''4" MIN. 1/2 O.C. 6" MAX. 1'' DROP FROM ADJACENT HARDSCAPE EDGE 6" MIN. 1/2 O.C. NOTE: 1. CONTRACTOR SHALL ASSURE PERCOLATION OF ALL PLANTING BEDS/PITS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. 2. ALL AREAS BETWEEN SHRUBS TO RECEIVE 3'' MULCH. 6" FINISH GRADE PER PLANS NOTES: DETAIL APPLIES TO 3 GAL. AND LARGER MATERIALS PLANTED AT 24" O.C. OR MORE EXCAVATE INDIVIDUAL PLANTING HOLE TO 6'' BELOW AND AROUND NEW ROOTBALL AND BACKFILL WITH PREPARED PLANTING SOIL PER SPECIFICATIONS. FINISH GRADE PER PLANS SHRUB OR GROUNDCOVER O.C. SPACING O.C . SPAC ING EDGE OF TRAIL1/2 O.C.1/2 O.C.BUILDING OR STRUCTURE MIN.1'-6"1'-0"MULCH DO NOT EXCAVATE ON THIS AREA PLANT FOLIAGE AND EDGE OF BEDLINE (TYP.). UNIFORM CLEARANCE (MULCH STRIP) BETWEEN AND IN STRAIGHT ROWS. SPACING MAY BE ADJUSTED SLIGHTLY TO CREATE SMOOTH FLOWING BEDLINES AS SHOWN ON LANDSCAPE PLANS. PROVIDE 4" - 6" NOTE: LAYOUT PLANTS IN A TRIANGULAR PATTERN OTHER (AT SPACING SPECIFIED IN THE PLANT LIST) AS SHOWN, SPACED EQUALLY FROM EACH RECYCLED TIRE TREE TIES, AS MANUF. BY GRO- STRAIT (707-745-4330) OR APPROVED EQUAL. THREE LODGEPOLE PINE STAKES, 2'' DIA. (EVENLY SPACED) TAMP PREPARED PLANTING SOIL TO PREVENT SETTLING AND ADJUST ROOTBALL PLANTING HEIGHT IN RELATIONSHIP TO FINISH GRADE.'D'= ROOTBALL + 24". FINISH GRADE 6'' SOIL BERM TO HOLD WATER 3" MULCH AS SPECIFIED (1'' OVER CROWN OF ROOTBALL). SET BACK MULCH 12-18 INCHES FROM TRUNK. THE PLANTING HOLE SHALL BE 10% MORE SHALLOW THAN THE ROOT BALL DEPTH SO THAT TRUNK FLARE (TAPER) IS VISIBLE ABOVE GRADE. PREPARED PLANTING SOIL AS SPECIFIED NOTES: INCLUDES TREES WITH 3-1/2" CALIPER AND BELOW. SUPPORTS AND STAKES MUST BE AT LEAST 2' FROM NEAREST EDGE OF PAVEMENT. ROOTBALL ACCORDING TO FLORIDA GRADES AND STANDARDS, CURRENT EDITION TYP. PROTECT TREE TRUNK WITH RUBBER HOSE EARTH ANCHOR (SEE NOTE BELOW) INSTALL AS PER MFG. INSTRUCTIONS. NOTES: INCLUDES TREES WITH 4" CALIPER AND GREATER. TREE SUPPORT SYSTEM TO BE 'DUCKBILL' MODEL No. 88-DTS-0, OR APPROVED EQUAL. SYSTEM INCLUDES THREE (3) EARTH ANCHORS, 15' OF GALV. STEEL CABLE WITH BRIGHT ORANGE COATING, THREE (3) TURNBUCKLES AND SIX (6) 3/16" CABLE CLAMPS. 12"12" "D"6''MIN."D" = ROOTBALL + 24" "D"12"12"6'' MIN.ON FIELD GROWN TREES; CONTRACTOR TO TURN BACK TOP THIRD OF NATURAL BURLAP. IF SYNTHETIC BURLAP IS USED; CONTRACTOR TO REMOVE COMPLETELY PRIOR TO PLANTING. FINISH GRADE EXISITNG SOIL EXISITNG SOIL TAMP PREPARED PLANTING SOIL TO PREVENT SETTLING AND ADJUST ROOTBALL PLANTING HEIGHT IN RELATIONSHIP TO FINISH GRADE. "D" = ROOTBALL + 24" TOP OF TRUNK CROWN SHAFT IS TO BE 90 DEGREES TO THE GROUND. PROVIDE STRAIGHT TRUNKS ONLY (UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED). PAD TRUNK WITH TWO LAYERS OF BURLAP TO PROTECT THE TRUNK. USE A MINIMUM OF 3 GALVANIZED STEEL BANDS TO TIE 5, 2"X2"X18" P.T. WOOD BATTENS AROUND TRUNK. NAIL THREE PIECES OF 2''x4'' TO BATTENS TO PREVENT SLIPPAGE. THE PLANTING HOLE SHALL BE 10% MORE SHALLOW THAN THE ROOT BALL DEPTH SO THAT TRUNK FLARE (TAPER) IS VISIBLE ABOVE GRADE. PLANTING SOIL TO BE THE SAME AS THE PALM WAS GROWN IN. 6" SOIL BERM TO HOLD WATER THREE 2''x4''x30'' GROUND STAKES 3" MULCH AS SPECIFIED (1'' OVER CROWN OF ROOTBALL). SET BACK MULCH 12-18 INCHES FROM TRUNK. PROVIDE THREE 2''x4'' SUPPORTS - NAIL SECURELY TO BATTENS AND GROUND STAKES AS SHOWN. SUPPORTS SHALL REMAIN IN PLACE FOR A MINIMUM OF 6 MONTHS OR UNTIL END OF HURRICANE SEASON. FINISH GRADE6'WICK TOP OF PALMS BY REMOVING FRONDS TO TOP OF BUD. DO NOT DAMAGE PALM BUD. WICKING METHOD TO BE APPROVED PRIOR TO REMOVAL OF FRONDS. PRUNE AND TIE FRONDS (MINIMUM OF 7 FRONDS) WITH HEMP TWINE. FRONDS TO REMAIN TIED UNTIL PALM BECOMES ESTABLISHED. NOTE: CONTRACTOR SHALL ASSURE PERCOLATION OF ALL PLANTING BEDS/PITS PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.90°6'1. ALL PLANTS MUST BE HEALTHY, VIGOROUS MATERIAL FREE OF PESTS AND DISEASES. 2. ALL PLANTS SHALL BE FLORIDA NO. 1 OR BETTER, AS GRADED IN FLORIDA GRADES AND STANDARDS FOR NURSERY PLANTS. 3. ALL PLANTS ARE SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AND OWNER BEFORE, DURING, AND AFTER INSTALLATION. 4. ALL SINGLE-TRUNKED TREES SHALL BE STRAIGHT TRUNKED WITH ONE CENTRAL LEADER AND HAVE A FULL, DENSE CROWN. 5. ALL TREES SHALL BE STAKED AND GUYED AS SHOWN IN PLANTING DETAILS. 6. ALL MULCH PLANTING AREAS SHALL BE A MINIMUM OF 3" IN DEPTH. 7. ALL PLANTING AREAS SHALL HAVE A MINIMUM OF 3" TOPSOIL. 8. ALL TREES SHALL BE FREE OF OPEN WOUNDS AND WOUND SCARS IN THE CLEAR TRUNK AREA. 9. ANY SYNTHETIC BURLAP AND/OR WIRE BASKETS MUST BE TOTALLY REMOVED PRIOR TO INSTALLATION OF PLANT MATERIAL. IF NATURAL BURLAP IS USED, IT MAY BE TURNED DOWN 1/3 OF THE ROOTBALL. 10. TREES SHALL NOT BE PLACED WITHIN 7' OF ANY FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT AND NOT WITHIN 5' OF ANY UTILITIES. 11. TREES SHALL NOT BE PLACED WHERE THEY WILL OBSCURE ANY VIEWS TO TRAFFIC, PEDESTRIANS OR SIGNAGE. CONTRACTOR TO FIELD ADJUST TREE LOCATIONS TO AVOID CONFLICTS. IF PLANTING IS QUESTIONABLE; CONTRACTOR TO CONTACT LANDCAPE ARCHITECT OR OWNER'S REPRESENTATIVE TO DISCUSS RELOCATION. 12. CONTRACTOR SHALL TAKE CARE TO PROTECT ALL TREES AND LANDSCAPING MATERIAL WITHIN PROJECT LIMITS AS WELL AS EXISTING TREES IMMIDIATELY ADJACENT TO PROJECT LIMITS. IF THE EXISTING LANDSCAPE, TREES OR OTHER RELATED MATERIALS ARE IMPACTED DURING LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION THEN THE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL REPLACEMENTS, AS WELL AS, ALL OTHER ASPECTS OF REMEDIATION INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: TREES, SHRUBS, GROUNDCOVERS, SOD, AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS IMPACTED BY CONSTRUCTION. 13. SOIL CONDITIONS MAY VARY THROUGHOUT THE SITE AND CONTRACTOR TO SHALL PROVIDE PROPER EQUIPMENT FOR PROPER EXCAVATION. 14. CONTRACTOR SHALL INCLUDE THE COSTS OF EXCAVATION, DISPOSAL OF EXCESS MATERIALS, BACKFILL, SOIL AMENDMENTS, SPECIAL BED PREPERATION, MULCH, TREE STAKING AND GUYING, FERTILIZER, WATERING FOR PLANT ESTABLISHMENT, SITE CLEAN-UP AND MAINTAINENCE WITHIN BID NUMBER. 15. CONTRACTOR SHALL SOD ALL DAMAGED GRASS AREAS DISTURBED DURING CONSTRUCTION. SEE LANDSCAPE SPECIFICATIONS FOR SOD INSTALLATION. 16. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING, IN FULL, ALL LANDSCAPE PLANTING AREAS, UNTIL THE JOB IS ACCEPTED IN FULL BY THE OWNER. "IN FULL" MEANS WATERING, PEST CONTROL, MULCHING, MOWING, FERTILIZING AND RESETTING TREES THAT ARE OUT OF PLUMB. 17. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL COMPLETELY GUARANTEE ALL INSTALLED PLANT MATERIAL FOR A PERIOD OF ONE CALENDAR YEAR BEGINNING ON THE DATE OF 100% COMPLETION. ANY AND ALL REQUIRED PLANT REPLACEMENTS SHALL BE MADE PROMPTLY AND AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER. 18. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL STAKE THE LOCATIONS OF ALL PLANT MATERIAL AND PLANTING BED LINES FOR REVIEW BY THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AND OWNER. 19. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR VERIFICATION OF ALL WRITTEN PLANT QUANITIES PRIOR TO INITIATION OF THE WORK. IN THE EVENT THAT THE PLANS CONTRADICT THE PLANT LIST, THE PLANS SHALL RULE. 20. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE FAMILIAR WITH AND ACCEPT THE EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS PRIOR TO INITIATION OF THE WORK. ANY VARIATION FROM THE SPECIFIED WORK SHALL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR. 21. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOCATING ALL UNDERGROUND UTILITIES, DRAINAGE STRUCTURES, CURBS, SIDEWALKS, AND ANY OTHER OBJECTS WHICH MIGHT BE DAMAGED DURING THE WORK. 22. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE TO MAKE ANY AND ALL NECESSARY REPAIRS TO DAMAGE CAUSED BY HIS WORK AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER OR LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT. 23. THE LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR OBTAINING ALL NECESSARY PERMITS, AND FOLLOWING ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL CODES PERTAINING TO THE PROJECT DURING THE COURSE OF THEIR WORK.OWNER NAME AND ADDRESSPROJECT NO.SCALEPHASEFILE NAMEDESCRIPTIONREV.PROJECT ADDRESSDATEDRAWN BYCHECKED BYDATESIGNATURE AND DATED SEALDRAWING TITLE3rd PARTY VERIFICATIONCHRISTOPHER D. RICE ORLANDO, FL. 32804 (407) 418-1338720 VASSAR STREETCONFIDENTIAL THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF BORRELLI + PARTNERS UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACT, THE CONTENTS OF THIS DRAWING ARE SHALL NOT BE TRANSMITTED TO ANY OTHER PARTY EXCEPT AS AGREED TO BY THE ARCHITECT. COPYRIGHT BORRELLI + PARTNERS. AAC 000711ACC 000711 ORLANDO, FL. 32804 (407) 418-1338720 VASSAR STREETCONFIDENTIAL THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF BORRELLI + PARTNERS UNLESS OTHERWISE PROVIDED BY THE CONTRACT, THE CONTENTS OF THIS DRAWING ARE SHALL NOT BE TRANSMITTED TO ANY OTHER PARTY EXCEPT AS AGREED TO BY THE ARCHITECT. COPYRIGHT BORRELLI + PARTNERS. AAC 000711ACC 000711LA6667122OCOEE LANDINGS MIXED-USE20-027CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS04/01/22EAST SILVER STAR ROADOCOEE, FLORIDA 34761THIS FILE HAS BEEN ELECTRONICALLY SIGNED ANDSEALED USING A DIGITAL SIGNATURE. 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I, or an employee under my direct supervision have reviewed these "As-Builts" and believe them to be in compliance with my knowledge of what was actually constructed. This statement is based upon site observations of the construction. Contractor Engineer Not valid without the signature and the original raised seal of a Florida Registered Engineer.C:\Users\Nick\OneDrive - Alers Engineering Group, LLC\AEG PROJECTS\AEG22-038 DSE MRD-1 MIXED USED\ELEC\MRD-1 Site EL1.dwg,4/4/2022 7:21:12 PMDATE: PROJECT NO.: DRAWN BY: CHECKED BY: SCALE: SHEET: DAVE SCHMITTENGINEERING, INC. 12301 LAKE UNDERHILL ROAD SUITE 241 ORLANDO, FL 32828407-207-9088 FAX 407-207-9089Certification of Authorization #27471 MAR 2022 AE22-028 NVA NVA EL1 PHOTOMETRIC PLAN OCOEE, FLORIDA MRD-1 1" = 20' NICHOLAS V. ALERS, P.E. FL. P.E. 48176NICHOLAS V I NCENT A L E R SLIC E N S E FLO R I D APROF E S SION A L E NGINEERGEA Alers Engineering Group, LLC NICHOLAS V. ALERS, P.E. FL# 48176 alers1399@GMAIL.COM T:407-721-1146 13907 CAYWOOD POND DRIVE LLC WINDERMERE, FLORIDA 34786 SCALE: 1=20 NTS Statistics Description Symbol Avg Max Min Max/Min Avg/Min PARKING 1.3 fc 1.8 fc 1.0 fc 1.8:1 1.3:1 PARKING 0.7 fc 2.0 fc 0.0 fc N/A N/A PROPERTY LINE 0.1 fc 0.6 fc 0.0 fc N/A N/A Schedule Symbol Label Quantity Manufacturer Catalog Number Description Lamp Number Lamps Filename Lumens Per Lamp Light Loss Factor Wattage A 7 COOPER LIGHTING SOLUTIONS - McGRAW- EDISON (FORMERLY EATON) GLEON-SA2D-827-U- T4FT-HSS GALLEON AREA AND ROADWAY LUMINAIRE (2) 80 CRI, 2700K, 1200mA LIGHTSQUARES WITH 16 LEDS EACH AND TYPE IV FORWARD THROW OPTICS WITH HOUSE SIDE SHIELD Retail, Roadway, Sidewalk, Site, Street, Substation, Security, Corrosion Resistant, Vandal Resistant, Wet Location ABSOLUTE PHOTOMETRY IS BASED ON CALIBRATION FACTORS CREATED USING LAB LUMEN STANDARDS IN GONIOPHOTOMETER WITH TEST DISTANCE OF 28.75 FEET 32 GLEON-SA2D- 827-U-T4FT- HSS.ies 259 0.89 129 N WEST ORANGE Serial Number 22-03144W Times West Orange Times Published Weekly Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida COUNTY OF ORANGE STATE OF FLORIDA Before the undersigned authority personally appeared Lindsey lIadgett who on oath says that he/she is Publisher's Representative of the West Orange Times a weekly newspaper published at Winter Garden , Orange County, Florida; that the attached copy of advertisement, being a Notice of Public Hearing in the matter of Public Hearing on August 30,2022 Amendment to Ocoee Landings PUD in the Court, was published in said newspaper by print in the issues of 8/18/2022 Affiant further says that the West Orange Times complies with all legal requirements for publication in chapter 50, Florida Statutes. *This Notice was placed on the newspaper's website and floridapublicnotices.com on the same day the notice appeared in the newspaper. r "Mtt Lindsey Padg Itt Sworn to and subscribed, and personally appeared by physical presence before me, 18th day of August, 2022 AD. by Lindsey Padgett who is personally known to me "I Notar� i,r. Public, State of Florida �y P& Kimberly S. Marl, n (SEAL) NO Comm.: HH 282034 Expires: July 25,2026 Vz OFN' Notary Public - State of Florida CITY OF OCOEE NOTICE Or, PUBLIC HEARING SUBSTANTIALAMENDMLNTTO THE PUD/LAND USE PLANAND, LARGE SCALE SITE, PLAN FOR OCOEE LANOINQ% Put) CASE NI)MBER: RZ-22-0741 &- IS-2022-001 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Article TV, Section 4-5 B, of the City of Ocoee Land Development code, that on TUESDAY, AUGUST 30, 2022, AT 6:30P.M. or as soon thereafter as practical, the OCOEE PLANNING &ZONING COMMISSION vill hold a PUBLIC HEARING at the City of Ocoee Commisqion Chambers,:I North Bluicird Avenue, Ocoee, Florida, to consider the SuNstaritial Amendment to the PUD/ljuni Use Plan and Large Scale Site Plan for Ocoee I-and- ingss, The property is generally located on the north side ofNV Silver Star Rd. and 460 feet east of the intersection of Lake Joblo Road and K Silver Star Road. The property is identified as parcel number 16-22-28-,k532-00-140, The subject prop- erty is approximately 1.77acre.s. The applicant is requestingto amend Lot 4, Phase III of the PUD/WP to allow a 3-sAore,51,680SF mixed -use building consisting of commercial/retail and46apartments combined as an approved we for the PUD. Interested parties may appear at the public hearing and be heard %vitli respect to the proposed action, The complete case file may be inspected at the Ocoee Develop- ment, Services Department, I North Blidord Avemm, Ocoee, Florida, between the, bours of8:00 a.m. and 5:oo p.m., Monday through Friday, except legal holidayq. The Planning and Zoning Commission may continue the public hearing to other dates and time, s, sus it deenis necessary. Any interested porky shall be advised that the dates, times, and places of any continuation of these or continued public hearings shall be announced during the hearing-, and that no further notices regarding these matters. NOR be published. You are advised that quy person who desires to appeal any deci- sion made during the public, hearings wall need a record of the proceedings and, for this purriose, mkv need to ensure that a verbatim record ofthe proceedings k made, which includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is based, Persons with disabilities needing assistance to participate in any of the proceedings should contact the CityClerks Office 48 bours in advance of the meeting at (4o7) 90.5-310�, August 18, 2022 22-03144W ITEM NUMBER V. MISCELLANEOUS A. PROJECT STATUS REPORT B. AUGUST CALENDAR 1 | Page District 1– Larry Brinson, Sr. Project Name & General Location Project Description Status 285 11TH AVENUE - RODRIGUEZ PROPERTY ANNEXATION 285 11th Avenue Parcel # 08-22-28-5960-21-140 .26 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Annexation & Rezoning from “Orange County” Single Family Dwelling (R-2) to “City of Ocoee” Single Family Dwelling (R-1) • DRC Meeting: TBD • Planning & Zoning Meeting: TBD • City Commission 1st Reading: TBD • City Commission 2nd Reading: TBD • Under 1st review 1901 LESLIE ANN LANE - HODNETT VARIANCE 1901 Leslie Ann Lane Parcel # 09-22-28-4046-00-130 .17 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Variance to reduce the two (2) foot setback to one (1) foot on the south side of the lot • Planning and Zoning meeting: August 30, 2022 • City Commission meeting: September 20, 2022 • Under 1st review THE BACKYARD 2100 West Road Parcel # 06-22-28-0000-00-048 3.08 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Small Scale Site Plan for a 1,500SF indoor and outdoor restaurant • Under 1st Review COMMERCE 429 FKA BELTWAY 429 FKA PROGRESS COMMERCE PARK 1290 Ocoee Apopka Road Parcel # 07-22-28-0000-026 24.95 acres Pine St Parcel # 07-22-28-0000-00-096 13.01 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Large Scale Final Site Plan for up to 480,500 SF of Light Industrial/Warehouse uses located within six (6) buildings. • City Commission (Consent Item): April 5, 2022 • 3rd Review DRC Comments sent on 08/10/2022 The following information is respectfully submitted to the Honorable Mayor and City Commission in order to provide general information about public and private development in the City of Ocoee. Please feel free to contact City Planner Rumer at ext. 1018 for additional information or questions. August - 2022 Development Services New Development Update 2 | Page GREENS AT FOREST LAKE PHASE 1 & 2 2291 West Road Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-017 14.10 acres West Road Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-043 14.97 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plan is proposing a 198-unit two-story Townhome with a max living area of 1,500 SF Under Construction INNOVATION MONTESSORI SCHOOL PHASE 3 1610 N Lakewood Ave. Parcel # 07-22-28-0000-00-054 20.16 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Small-Scale Site Plan for Innovation Montessori from a Pre-K through 8th grade, with a student capacity of 800 students to a Pre-K through High School with a school capacity of 1088 students. • Approved for Construction on June 16, 2022 ISAAK MALKA PROPERTY 2199 West Road Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-029 5.08 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Annexation, Small-Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment from Low Density Residential to High Density Residential & Rezoning from Orange County A-1 to City of Ocoee PUD • DRC Meeting: June 7, 2022 • Planning & Zoning Meeting: July 12, 2022 • City Commission 1st Reading: August 2, 2022 • City Commission Meeting 2nd Reading: TBD • 1st Review comments sent June 23, 2022 • Awaiting 2nd submittal MIXED-USE @ FULLERS CROSS RD & OCOEE APOPKA RD Fullers Cross Road Parcel # 06-22-28-0000-00-056 17.96 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan for mixed- use consisting of Apartments and Commercial • Planning & Zoning Meeting: July 12, 2022 • City Commission Meeting: TBD 1st Review comments sent May 11, 2022 OCOEE CROWN POINT MIXED-USE DEVELOPMENT 2012 Ocoee Apopka Rd. Parcel # 06-22-28-0000-00-005 Parcel # 06-22-28-0000-00-005 16.19 acres combined Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan for a mixed-use development consisting of Multifamily and Retail • Planning & Zoning Meeting: July 12, 2022 • City Commission Meeting: July 19, 2022 • 2nd Review comments sent on August 11, 2022 • Pending resubmittal for 3rd review OCOEE VILLAGE CENTER ALLURE Clarcona Ocoee Road Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-040 15.63 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plan for 320 Unit Apartments, four (4) – 101,000 SF, four-story Residential Buildings and one (1) – 10,000 SF, single-story Pool/Clubhouse Under Construction 3 | Page OCOEE VILLAGE CENTER SOUTHEAST COMMERCIAL 10711 N Lakewood Ave Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-004 4.7 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plan for a 4,650 SF Gas Station/Convenience Store, a 14,000 SF Retail/Restaurant Building, and a 4000 SF Quick Service Restaurant Under Construction OCOEE VILLAGE CENTER TOWNHOMES 10711 N Lakewood Ave Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-004 34.48 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plan for 232 – 2 story Townhome units Under Construction OCOEE VILLAGE CENTER TOWNHOMES 10711 N Lakewood Ave Parcel # 05-22-28-0000-00-004 34.48 acres Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Plat for 232 – 2 story Townhome units Under Construction STARBUCKS 2443 Ocoee Apopka Road Parcel # 06-22-28-2856-03-000 Commission District 1 – Larry Brinson, Sr. Small Scale Site Plan for a 2,500 SF Starbucks Building Under Construction District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Project Name & General Location Project Description Status 125 S. LAKESHORE DRIVE - BARENBURG PROPERTY VARIANCE 125 S. Lakeshore Dr. Parcel # 17-22-28-5504-06-110 0.3 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Variance to allow a detached garage within a front building setback on a lot with roadway frontage along three property lines • Planning & Zoning Meeting: June 14, 2022 • City Commission Meeting July 19, 2022 • Under 1st review *NEW PROJECT 175 CLARKE ROAD - PERSAUD ANNEXATION 175 S. Clarke Road Parcel # 16-22-28-0000-00-027 0.40 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Annexation & Rezoning • Planning & Zoning Meeting: TBD • City commission meeting 1st Reading: TBD • City Commission meeting 2nd Reading: TBD • Under Review *NEW PROJECT 606 CENTER STREET 606 South Bluford Ave. Parcel # 17-22-28-4864-01-090 0.31 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Variance Request to reduce the front building setback from twenty-five (25) feet to six (6) feet in order to construct a carport nineteen (19) feet into the minimum setback (76% setback reduction) • Planning & Zoning meeting: August 30, 2022 • City Commission Meeting: September 20, 2022 4 | Page 606 SOUTH BLUFORD AVE. WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE 606 South Bluford Ave. Parcel # 17-22-28-6144-04-401 1.1 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan, 10,000 SF Building Under Construction CITY CENTER WEST ORANGE, PARCEL 1, PHASE IV, LOT 4A 251 Main Street Parcel # 20-22-28-0000-00-015 11.92 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan, two-story 20,000 SF office/retail building • 2nd Review Comments sent on June 18th, 2019 • Awaiting resubmittal for 3rd Review COUNTRY COMFORT CARE, INC. 902 Hire Circle Parcel # 20-22-28-6148-00-660 0.23 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Variance request for Amanda Arjune - Residential Assisted Living Facility • Denied at the City Commission meeting June 7, 2022 DARREN CENTER 9961 W Colonial Drive Parcel # 21-22-28-0000-00-012 7.06 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan 18,302 SF Medical & Professional Office • APPROVED for Construction on July 1, 2022 *NEW PROJECT FAMILY DOLLAR/DOLLAR TREE 1531 East Silver Star Road Parcel # 16-22-28-4763-00-010 80.08 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Variance request to Section 6-14C(5)(d), Article VI, Land Development Code, to allow an additional 80.08 square feet of sign area (108% sign size increase) to the maximum 75 SF permitted in order to install two (2) signs totaling 155.8 SF • Planning & Zoning Meeting: August 30, 2022 • City Commission meeting: September 20, 2022 HEARTLAND DENTAL 1100 Blackwood Avenue Parcel # 20-22-28-0742-02-000 1.96 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan for a 5,984 SF Dental Office Building • APPROVED for Construction on August 10, 2022 INNOVATION MONTESSORI 1475 E. Silver Star Road Parcel # 16-22-28-4763-00-020 4.32 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Special Exception to approve C-2 zoned land for a High School use • APPROVED at the April 5, 2022, City Commission meeting OCOEE COMMONS PUD 1100 Blackwood Avenue Parcel # 20-22-28-0742-02-000 1.96 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Comprehensive Plan Amendment to the PUD • Consent APPROVAL on April 19, 2022, City Commission meeting 5 | Page *NEW PROJECT OCOEE LANDINGS PUD E. Silver Star Road Parcel # 16-22-28-4532-00-140 1.77 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Substantial amendment to Lot 4, Phase 1B of the PUD/LUP to allow a 3-store 51,680SF mixed-use building consisting of commercial/retail and 46 apartments combined as an approved use for the PUD. • Planning & Zoning Meeting: August 30, 2022 • City Commission meeting 1st Reading: September 20, 2022 • City Commission meeting 2nd Reading: October 4, 2022 • Under 1st Review *NEW PROJECT OCOEE LANDINGS PUD E. Silver Star Road Parcel # 16-22-28-4532-00-140 1.77 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Large Scale Site Plan consisting of commercial/retail and 46 apartments combined as an approved use for the PUD • Planning & Zoning Meeting: August 30, 2022 • City Commission meeting: October 4, 2022 • Under 1st Review *NEW PROJECT OCOEE OAKS JOINT VENTURE 201 S. Clark Rd. Parcel # 21-22-28-0000-00-027 12.59 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen rezone approximately 5.71 acres along White Road to R-1A in order to develop a residential subdivision. • Planning & Zoning Meeting: August 30, 2022 • City Commission Meeting 1st Reading: September 20, 2022 • City Commission 2nd Reading: October 4, 2022 OCOEE OAKS UMC 201 S. Clark Rd. Parcel # 21-22-28-0000-00-027 12.59 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Special Exception was requested to allow a monopine style communication tower on a parcel zoned A-1 • Planning & Zoning Meeting: TBD • City Commission Meeting: TBD • 1st Review comments sent July 6, 2022 • Pending resubmittal for 2nd review OCOEE OAKS UMC 201 S. Clark Rd. Parcel # 21-22-28-0000-00-027 12.59 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan for a 135-foot communication tower • 1st Review comments sent July 6, 2022 • Pending resubmittal for 2nd review *NEW PROJECT OCOEE TOWN SHOPS 9729 W. Colonial Dr. Parcel # 21-22-28-0000-00-070 3.39 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Rezoning to PUD to allow Gas Station Use • Planning & Zoning Meeting: TBD • City Commission Meeting 1st Reading: TBD • City Commission Meeting 2nd Reading TBD: • Under 1st Review O'REILLY'S OCOEE 1891 E. Silver Star Road Parcel # 16-2-28-8049-00-003 5.06 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan for a 7,453 SF O’Reillys Auto Parts store • Approved for construction • Pending Pre- Construction Meeting O'REILLY'S OCOEE 1891 E. Silver Star Road Parcel # 16-2-28-8049-00-003 5.06 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Plat • City Commission Meeting (Consent Item): TBD • 3rd review Comments sent June 7, 2022 • Awaiting resubmittal 6 | Page SIRI OFFICE BUILDING 3872 Old Winter Garden Road Parcel # 28-22-28-0000-00-019 1.25 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan for 28,000 SF Office Building • Under 2nd review SIRI OFFICE BUILDING 3872 Old Winter Garden Road Parcel # 28-22-28-0000-00-019 1.25 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Non-Substantial Amendment to the PUD • City Commission (Consent Item): June 21, 2022 VMG OFFICE BUILDING FKA 4 LOCOS TACO REVISIONS 101 W. Silver Star Road Parcel # 18-22-28-4100-00-171 0.61 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan, two-story 6,300 SF Office Building Under Construction WENDYLYN’S BEAUTY SALON, FKA 54 REWIS STREET 54 Rewis Street Parcel # 18-22-28-7900-05-051 0.25 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan for a 1275 SF Building, Mixed-use of Beauty Salon, and Residence • APPROVED for construction • Pending Pre- Construction Meeting WEST OAKS SELF- STORAGE AND OFFICE / SHOPPES AT WEST OAKS PD 9000 W. Colonial Drive Parcel # 27-22-28-8005-00-040 4.1 acres Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Rezoning from Community Commercial to Planned Development Under Construction WEST ORANGE SURGERY CENTER 3422 Old Winter Garden Road 3432 Old Winter Garden Road Parcel # 29-22-28-0000-00-030 Parcel# 29-22-28-0000-00-029 1.26 acres combined Commission District 2 – Rosemary Wilsen Small Scale Site Plan for an 11,500 SF Surgery Center • 2nd review DRC comments sent on August 9, 2022 • Pending resubmittal for 3rd review District 3 – Richard Firstner Project Name & General Location Project Description Status 409 OCOEE APOPKA ROAD PUD 409 Ocoee Apopka Road Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-056 4.76 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Large Scale Preliminary/ Final Site Plan for two Industrial Warehouse Buildings totaling 61,797 SF Approved for Construction 7 | Page *NEW PROJECT 429 BUSINESS CENTER PHASE II EAST 450 Ocoee Apopka Road Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-006 11.21 acres combined Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan for three (3) one-story buildings totaling 126,402 SF • Planning & Zoning Meeting: TBD • City Commission Meeting: TBD • Under 1st Review *NEW PROJECT 429 BUSINESS CENTER PHASE II WEST 701 Pine Street 707 Pine Street 711 Pine Street Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-005 Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-106 Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-105 5.90 acres combined Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan for a one- story building consisting of 70,720 SF • Planning & Zoning Meeting: TBD • City Commission Meeting: TBD • Under 1st Review ANDY’S OCOEE Maguire Rd. Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-020 2.09 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan to construct 1,919 SF building for a Drive-Through Frozen Custard Shop • Approved for Construction • Pending pre- construction meeting CHRISTIAN BROTHERS AUTOMOTIVE West Colonial Dr. Parcel # 20-22-28-9138-03-000 .62 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan for a 5000 SF Automotive Service Building Plan APPROVED for construction on November 24, 2021 DANIEL/RAY COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT DANIELS VETERINARY SERVICES 11700 W Colonial Drive Parcel# 30-22-28-0000-00-074 Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-002 Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-035 6.95 acres combined Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Preliminary/Final Site Plan 10,806 SF Veterinary Clinic on lot 1 Commercial Development on lots 2 & 3 • APPROVED for Construction on June 22, 2022 EXPRESS SIGNS BUILDING ADDITION 637 Palm Drive Parcel# 13-22-27-6649-02-000 4.23 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Plan for a 22,042 S.F., one- story warehouse building • Site Plan APPROVED 8 | Page FIRST CHOICE DOOR AND MILLWORK 393 Enterprise Street Parcel# 19-22-28-9153-02-601 1.26 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan for a 4,000 SF detached storage building and associated parking and utility improvements Under Construction HAMPTON INN BY HILTON AKA COMFORT INN – MAINSTAY SUITES 11401 W. Colonial Dr. Parcel # 19-22-28-0000-00-007 945 Marshall farms Rd. Parcel# 19-22-28-0000-00-008 Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Preliminary/Final Large-Scale Site Plan for a six-story 74,657 SF hotel with 120 rooms • Approved for Construction on April 4, 2022 • Pre-Construction meeting: April 4, 2022 HUDSON FURNITURE 10401 W. Colonial Dr. Parcel # 20-22-28-4238-00-030 Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan to add an additional 13,866 SF to the existing 15,615 SF Building • Under 1st Review INLAND GROUP OFFICE East Crown Point Road Parcel # 13-22-27-0004-01-002 1.46 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan for a 14,710 SF, two- story, Office Building Under Construction INSPIRATION TOWN CENTER AND LUXURY HOMES 820 Tomyn Blvd Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-017 Maguire Road Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-004 16.87 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Large Scale Preliminary/Final Site plan, 90 luxury townhouses, with four commercial buildings consisting of a preschool, with office and retail space Building 1 (one-story pre-school) = 13,681 SF Building 2 (one-story office/retail = 12,600 SF Building 3 (two-story office/retail = 42,350 SF Building 4 (one-story retail) = 3,591 SF Under Construction LAKE LILLY 2802 Old Winter Garden Road Parcel # 29-22-28-0000-00-007 16.61 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Large Scale Final Site Plan for 410 Luxury Multifamily Rental Units • APPROVED for Construction on January 6, 2022 LOVE MOTORSPORTS 11953 W. Colonial Drive Parcel # 19-22-28-0000-00-073 2.54 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan for building renovations and addition of 5,338 SF for a showroom of new vehicles and sales • APPROVED for Construction on November 24, 2021 • Pre-Construction meeting scheduled for January 11, 2021 O2B KIDS 880 Bluford Avenue Parcel # 20-22-28-0000-00-059 Parcel# 20-22-28-0000-00-055 2.48 acres combined Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan for a 10,970 SF Day Care Facility and a 6,000 SF Medical Office Building • 1st Review comments sent on July 12, 2022 • Pending 2nd review submittal 9 | Page OCOEE CORNERS COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT PHASE 2 AND SONNY’S BBQ AKA MAGUIRE AND HWY 50 RETAIL 11030 w Colonial Dr Parcel# 30-22-28-0000-00-020 7.33 acres 1535 Maguire Rd Parcel# 30-22-28-0000-00-030 4.50 acres W Colonial Dr Parcel# 30-22-28-0000-00-061 .01 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan creating four lots, Lot one (1) to include a proposed 4,994 SF Sonny’s BBQ standalone restaurant and future building, Lot 2 has two (2) existing buildings that were constructed under the Maguire and HWY 50 Retail Site plan; Lot 3 & 4 will create open lots. Under Construction OCOEE MEDICAL OFFICE – ADVENT HEALTH 11001 West Colonial Dr. Parcel # 19-22-28-0000-00-024 .61 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan for a single story, 7,232 SF Medical Office Building Under Construction OCOEE-TOMYN SELF STORAGE FACILITY AKA BARKERITAVILLE PUD AKA PET PARADISE Parcel # 31-22-28-0000-00-050 8.13 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Preliminary/Final Large-Scale Site Plan • Site Plan APPROVED on March 25, 2022 OCOEE VILLAGE Franklin Street Parcel # 18-22-28-0000-00-025 5.77 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Large Scale Preliminary Site Plan, for two (2) two-story buildings with 72,712 sf for office/retail. • Planning & Zoning Meeting: September 14, 2021 • City Commission meeting: October 5, 2021 • 1st Review comments sent on August 31, 2021 • awaiting resubmittal for 2nd review OCOEE VILLAGE GREEN Maguire Rd. Parcel # 30-22-28-0000-00-020 2.09 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Small Scale Site Plan to construct hardscape common areas • Under 2nd review PRUITT HEALTH 870 Tomyn Blvd Parcel# 30-22-28-2861-01-0000 10.73 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Substantial Amendment to the PUD for a Nursing Facility Under Construction 10 | Page WAYNE AUTOMATIC FIRE SPRINKLER 222 Capitol Court Parcel# 19-22-28-9153-01-800 3.389 acres Commission District 3 – Richard Firstner Expansion of existing Office Building and associated parking lot Under Construction District 4 – George Oliver, III Project Name & General Location Project Description Status COVINGTON OAKS 8667 Parcel # 10-22-28-0000-00-004 9.94 acres Commission District 4 – George Oliver, III Rezoning from A-1 (General Agriculture) to R-1A (Single Family Dwelling) • Planning & Zoning Meeting: August 30, 2022 • City Commission meeting 1st Reading: September 20, 2022 • City Commission 2nd Reading: October 4, 2022 EVEREST REHABILITATION HOSPITAL AKA OCOEE LANDINGS COMMERCIAL 1842 E. Silver Star Road Parcel # 16-22-28-4532-00-040 5.12 acres Commission District 4 – George Oliver, III Large Scale Site Plan for a 39,817 SF, single-story, Rehabilitation Hospital • APPROVED for Construction • Pre-Construction meeting scheduled for May 17, 2022 LAKE MEADOW LANDING (F.K.A ARDEN LANDING; CIARA PLACE / F.K.A. VILLA ROMA) 2121 North Clarke Road Parcel # 04-22-28-0000-00-048 21.05 acres Commission District 4 – George Oliver, III Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision Plan, 88-unit 1,391 SF (per unit) residential townhomes with a 2,400-SF clubhouse Under Construction MEMORY CARE COTTAGES OF OCOEE 1900 E. Silver Star Rd. Parcel # 15-22-28-4716-00-130 6.92 acres Commission District 4 – George Oliver, III Large Scale Preliminary/Final Site Plan for a Memory / Health Care Facility; proposed site plan will construct four (4) One-Story buildings, each building to be around 14,743 SF • Plan Approved • Awaiting Pre- Construction Meeting ORCHARD PARK ALF 2755 Grapevine Crest Parcel # 04-22-28-6276-00-510 .2 acres Commission District 4 – George Oliver, III Special Exception request for the use of R- 1AA property for the operation of an assisted living facility (ALF) serving ten (10) residents • Planning & Zoning Meeting: August 30, 2022 • City Commission Meeting: September 20, 2022 PRAIRIE LAKE SUBDIVISION Ocoee Vista Parkway/AD Mims Road Parcel # 09-22-28-0000-00-056 11.99 acres Commission District 4 – George Oliver, III Preliminary Final Subdivision Plan to construct 78 lots, each containing a two- story townhome Under Construction 11 | Page RESERVE AT LAKE MEADOWS 2149 Lauren Beth Avenue Parcel # 04-22-28-0000-00-024 18.58 acres Commission District 4 – George Oliver, III A Large-Scale Final Subdivision plan for 210 single-family homes • City Commission meeting (Consent Item): November 16, 2021 • 5th review DRC comments sent on July 18, 2022 • Pending resubmittal for 6th review WYNWOOD PHASE 1 & 2 FKA CLRM 44 W. McCormick Road Parcel # 33-21-28-0000-00-007 100 E McCormick Road Parcel # 34-21-28-0000-00-022 3201 Trout Lake Road Parcel # 33-21-28-0000-00-020 212.30 acres Commission District 4 – George Oliver, III Large Scale Preliminary/Final Subdivision to construct 190 single-family residential lots in Phase 1 & 2 with stormwater ponds, open space, and park/recreation area and 187 lots for Mass Grading in Phase 3 & 4 Under Construction WYNWOOD PHASE 1 & 2 FKA CLRM 44 W. McCormick Road Parcel # 33-21-28-0000-00-007 100 E McCormick Road Parcel # 34-21-28-0000-00-022 3201 Trout Lake Road Parcel # 33-21-28-0000-00-020 212.30 acres Commission District 4 – George Oliver, III Plat for Wynwood Phase 1 & 2 for 190 lots • City Commission Meeting (Consent item): TBD • Under 2nd review Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 City Commission 6:15 pm City Hall Canceled 3 General Employee Pension Board 10 am City Hall Police/Fire Pension Board 1 pm City Hall 4 5 6 7 8 08/16 Agenda Items due to City Clerk 9 Rescheduled Planning & Zoning 1st Budget Workshop 6:00 pm City Hall 08/16 Staff Reports due to City Manager 10 08/16 Agenda Published 11 Human Relations Diversity Board 6:15 pm City Hall Citizen Advisory Council to Fire Dept. 6:00 pm Fire Station 25 12 13 14 15 16 City Commission 6:15 pm City Hall Ocoee TV Live 17 2nd Budget Workshop 6:00 pm City Hall Canceled 18 Red Light Hearing 9:00 am City Hall Canceled 19 20 21 22 23 Code Enforcement Board 7:00 pm City Hall Ocoee TV Live 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Planning & Zoning Commission 6:30 pm City Hall Ocoee TV Live 31 2022 August