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Due to an advertising glitch, four items have been taken off of the 5 p.m. Public Hearing agenda. They are:
19. CPA 04-12: Amend Future Land Use Map 2030 from Rural/Agriculture to Preservation
20. Intergovernmental Coordination Element to Update Map of Annexation Reserve Areas (CPA 06-12)
21. CPA 05 12. A request for a large scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment to amend Policy 7.1.22 of the Future Land Use Element
22. CPA 03 12 Amend Future Land Use Map 2030 from Rural Agriculture to Preservation
Items of interest at the Regular Meeting include:
8. Public Safety Radios, Resolving City of Waldo v. Alachua County proposed Inter-local Agreement
9. Water Conservation Resolution and Request to Advertise the Ordinance for a Public Hearing
11. Eastside Community Redevelopment Area: Report on Advisory Committee Input
13. Water Resources and Springs Protection Strategies
12. Celebration Pointe Partners' SW 45th Street/30th Avenue Bridge State Infrastructure Bank Application Letter of Support (Amended)
Item of interest at the Public Hearing include:
23. First Public Hearing to consider the proposed changes to the Unified Land Development Code
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