Ocoee City Commission to discuss Ocoee Landings mixed-use building amendment

The amendment will consist of adding a 3-floor, 51,680 square-feet and 46 apartment units building to the property.

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The Ocoee City Commission will hold its next regular City Commission meeting at 6:15 p.m. Tuesday,  Oct. 4. 

The consent agenda includes the approval for the Police Department to purchase 365Labs Computer Aided Dispatch and Records Management software, as the Ocoee Police Department receives its dispatch services through the Winter Garden Police Department and the latter has recently decided to change its current vendor. 

The commission will perform the first reading of ordinance for the Ocoee Landings mixed-use building amendment, which according to the agenda pertains to a property located in Tract 4 of the Planned Unit Development. This amendment consists of adding a 3-floor, 51,680 square-feet and 46 apartment units building to the property. 

The commission also will discuss the Covington Oaks and Ocoee Oaks Joint Venture rezoning from A-1 (agriculture) to R-1A (single-family dwelling). 

The regular agenda includes the discussion of an unsolicited offer from resident John Yu for a city-owned property located on the west side of the Ocoee-Apopka Road and the north side of Filler's Cross Road. The subjected property is 6.96 acres and the letter of intent is requesting to purchase about 3 acres of the eastern side of the property for a purchase price of $400,000 per developable acre of $1.2 million. 

Citizens can attend in person at the Ocoee City Hall at 1 N. Bluford Ave., Ocoee.



Andrea Mujica

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