Repairs and a new generator could be coming to Winter Garden Police Department facilities.
City commissioners will consider awarding a contract to Collins Roofing Inc. for the replacement of two roofs — one at the WGPD gym and the other at the WGPD Dispatch Center — in the amount of $151,844.00, which includes a 10% contingency. Commissioners will also consider purchasing a new stand-by generator to replace two old generators at WGPD Complex, according to the agenda.
The first reading of two rezoning ordinances are also on the agenda.
Ordinance 18-20 seeks to rezone a 0.26-acre parcel located at 42 E Smith St. from R-2 residential district to C-3 professional office district.
Ordinance 18-21 pertains to a 3.32-acre property located at 205 Windermere Road. The ordinance seeks to rezone the property from R-1 single-family residential district to Planned Unit Development (PUD) to allow for the construction of an 11,700-square-foot indoor pool facility.
The second reading of both rezoning ordinances will take place at the next commission meeting on May 24.
Commissioners also will consider a recommendation to approve the disposal of surplus vehicles and equipment.
Lastly, city leaders will consider approving a resolution that would designate Oakland Park as a golf cart-approved subdivision.
Any residents with questions or concerns may contact Winter Garden City Hall at (407) 656-4111.