City leaders will consider approving the east Winter Garden Plan during the Winter Garden City Commission meeting on May 24.
Commissioners also will hear two separate presentations. One presentation pertains to Orange County Solar Cooperatives with the Florida League of Women Voters and Mayor Teresa Jacobs. The other presentation will be delivered by Jerry Warren and pertains to a franchise agreement with Duke Energy for providing electrical power.
Following the presentations, commissioners will consider approving the first reading of Ordinance 18-18, which amends the current fiscal year budget to make mid-year adjustments. If approved, the second reading will take place June 14.
Additionally, two rezoning ordinances will undergo a second reading. Ordinance 18-20 seeks to amend a 0.26-acre parcel located at 42 E. Smith Street from R-2 residential district to C-3 professional office district.
Ordinance 18-21 pertains to a 3.32-acre property generally 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 development of an 11,700-square-foot indoor pool facility and an administrative office.
Under regular business, commissioners will consider a recommendation to approve an interlocal agreement for police dispatching services for the Town of Windermere. Commissioners also will consider approving the reduction and removal of a code enforcement lien for 345 Lake Amberleigh Drive.
City leaders will then discuss a purchase sale and agreement for lakefront property located along Lake Apopka. Lastly, commissioners will take action on a recommendation to approve the purchase of right-of-way for the Windermere/Roberson roundabout project.
Any residents with questions or concerns may contact Winter Garden City Hall at (407) 656-4111.