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					                               CITY OF KISSIMMEE
                        COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
                            REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
                         MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2010, 6:00 p.m.
                                    CRA Office
                              320 Monument Avenue
                               Kissimmee, FL 34741


I.      Call to Order
II.     Approval of Minutes
III.    Consent
        None
IV.     Discussion Items
        A.      June Street Property Contract Amendment
        B.      2010 CRA Public Meeting Dates
        C.      RERC Continuing Services Contract
        D.      Master Redevelopment Plan Update – Consultant Selection
        E.      8 Broadway Developers Incentive
V.      Information Items
        F.      Kissimmee Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan
        G.      13-19 W. Monument Avenue - Monument Center LLC, Conditional Use
        H.      809 N. Main Street - Azteca’s Restaurant, Site Specific Redevelopment
                Plan
        I.      Kissimmee Main Street
VI.     Hear Audience
VII.    Hear Director
VIII.   Hear Board of Commissioners

Adjourn


In accordance with Florida Statute 286.0105: Any person wishing to appeal any decision made by the
Community Redevelopment Agency with respect to any matter considered at such meeting or hearing will
need a record of the proceeding, and for such purposes may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceeding is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is made.

In accordance with Florida Statute 286.26, persons needing assistance to participate in any of these
proceedings should contact the office on the City Clerk, 407-518-2309 prior to the meeting.




CRA 1/25/2010                              Page 1
                                                                                   CRA
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    REGULAR SESSON OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE
      COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
              DECEMBER 14, 2009
Description Those in attendance: Commissioner/Chair Evans, Commissioner Cross Cross,
            Commissioner Foust, Commissioner Eck, CRA Director Hamilton, Admin. Assistant
            Grieb. Those absent: Commissioner/Vice-Chair Meyers, Commissioner Novak,
            Commissioner Brooks.
   Date      12/14/2009           Location CRA Office – 320 E. Monument Avenue, Kissimmee,
                                           FL 34741
   Time           Agenda                                     Minutes
6:28:22 PM                      Meeting called to order by Chairwoman Evans. Meeting called late
             I. Call to order
                                due to lack of a quorum.
6:28:35 PM                      Commissioner Eck moved for approval of the October 26, 2009
                                meeting minutes. Seconded by Commissioner Foust.
             II. Approval of
                                Motion carried 4-0
                Minutes
                                Commissioner Meyers absent
                                Commissioner Novak absent
                                Commissioner Brooks absent
6:28:52 PM                      The Consent Agenda is a technique designed to expedite handling of
                                routine and miscellaneous business of the Community
                                Redevelopment Agency. The CRA, in one motion, may adopt the
                                entire Agenda. The motion for adoption is non-debatable and must
                                receive unanimous approval. By request of any individual member,
                                any item may be removed from the Consent Agenda and placed
                                upon the Regular Agenda for debate.

                                Commissioner Cross moved to approve the Consent Agenda.
                                Commissioner Eck seconded.
             III. Consent
                                Motion carried 4-0
                                Commissioner Meyers absent
                                Commissioner Novak absent
                                Commissioner Brooks absent

                                A. Commercial Grant

                                Request approval of Grant # 469 – Matching Sign for 113 N.
                                Dillingham Avenue for $165.
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6:29:36 PM                    B.   Master Redevelopment Plan Update

             IV. Discussion   CRA Director Hamilton requested item IV. B. be pulled from the
                              agenda. Seeing no objection from the board and no audience, the
                              item was pulled.
6:29:46 PM                    C.    Community Garden

                              CRA Director Hamilton requested board approval of partnership
                              with Osceola County, City of Kissimmee, and community
                              volunteers to start Community Garden. Staff would assist
                              volunteers with administrative needs until the group has acquired
                              their 501C3.
6:31:38 PM                    Commissioner Cross moved to approve. Commissioner Eck
                              seconded.

                              Motion carried 4-0
                              Commissioner Meyers absent
                              Commissioner Novak absent
                              Commissioner Brooks absent
6:33:38 PM                    D. 804 Bryan Street - Preservation Concepts Continuation of
                                Services

                              CRA Director Hamilton requested approval of continuation of
                              Consultation Services contract with Preservation Concepts, Jodi
                              Rubin, to provide historical consulting services as the Carson Bryan
                              project moves into Phase II. The contract provides for up to 40
                              hours of service at $100 per hour.
6:34:04 PM                    Commissioner Eck moved for approval. Commissioner Foust
                              seconded.

                              Motion carried 4-0
                              Commissioner Meyers absent
                              Commissioner Novak absent
                              Commissioner Brooks absent
6:34:14 PM                    E. University of Central Florida Business Incubator Program

                              CRA Director Hamilton provided details and requested approval of a
                              $183,000 incentive to assist UCF in upfront capital cost for interior
                              build out of 8,000 s.f. of Class A offices to be located on the 4th floor
                              of City Centre. The CRA funds would be contingent on an
                              agreement that will be presented to the CRA for approval.
6:41:23 PM                    In response to Commissioner Cross, CRA Director clarified the
                              commitment is for 3 years.
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6:42:16 PM                       Commissioner Foust moved to approve the one-time incentive not-
                                 to-exceed $83,000 for interior build out pending approval of an
                                 agreement. Commissioner Cross seconded.

                                 Motion carried 4-0
                                 Commissioner Meyers absent
                                 Commissioner Novak absent
                                 Commissioner Brooks absent
6:42:25 PM                       F. 809 North Main Street - Water & Sewer Impact Fee
                                 Assistance
                                 CRA Director Hamilton due to setbacks the owners have requested a
                                 time extension on all the grants approved by the CRA on December
                                 8, 2008. Because of the time delay on the construction impact fees
                                 have increased so they are requesting approval of increased impact
                                 fees for 809 N. Main Street, Azteca’s Restaurant.
6:43:08 PM                       Commissioner Eck moved to approve the extension of all grants and
                                 the increase for an additional $1608 for Water and Sewer Imapct
                                 Fees. Commissioner Cross seconded.

                                 Motion carried 4-0
                                 Commissioner Meyers absent
                                 Commissioner Novak absent
                                 Commissioner Brooks absent
6:43:39 PM                       F. 1. CRA Trust Fund Revenue Note Amendment

                                 CRA Director Hamilton requested approval of resolution amending
                                 the 2004 Revenue Trust Fund Note through December 31, 2009 in
                                 order to close out the remaining funds of $387,309.35 and to revise
                                 the amortization of the 2004 Note.
6:45:25 PM                       Commissioner Evans requested a 5 year budget.
6:46:33 PM                       Commissioner Cross moved to approve. Commissioner Eck
                                 seconded.

                                 Motion carried 4-0
                                 Commissioner Meyers absent
                                 Commissioner Novak absent
                                 Commissioner Brooks absent
6:46:45 PM                       G.   Kissimmee Main Street
             V.    Information
                  Items          Executive Director Cheryl Fish updated the board on past and
                                 upcoming events downtown.
6:51:06 PM VI. Hear              No audience present
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                  Audience
6:51:12 PM                   CRA Director Hamilton commented the update to the Master
             VII. Hear       Redevelopment Plan will to start at beginning of year. The Lease
                  Director   agreement for the Community Garden will come back before board
                             of commissioners for approval.
6:52:01 PM                   Adjourn There being no further business to come before the CRA
                             Commission, Chairwoman Evans adjourned the meeting.


             VIII. Hear      _____________________________
                   Board of  Sherry Evans, Chairwoman
                   Commissio
                   ners

                             _____________________________
                             Gail Hamilton, CRA Director
IV. A. JUNE STREET PROPERTY – THIRD AMENDMENT TO PURCHASE AND
       SALE AGREEMENT


REQUEST: Board approval and ratification of the Third Amendment to the Purchase
and Sale Agreement as amended between the CRA and APAC Southeast.

EXPLANATION: The Seller and Purchaser entered into a Purchase and Sale
Agreement with an Effective Date of August 27, 2008 regarding the real property
located in Osceola County, Florida. The Seller and Purchaser have amended the
Agreement by that certain First Amendment to Purchase and Sale Agreement dated
September 2, 2009 (“First Amendment”) and that Second Amendment to Purchase and
Sale Agreement dated September 14, 2009 (“Second Amendment”). The Third
Amendment deletes Exhibit “A” in its entirety in Paragraph 1(a) and replaces with
Exhibit “A” as outlined in the Third Amendment, legal description. The legal description
was changed to reflect the right of way vacation as approved by Osceola County.


RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Board approve and ratify the Third
Amendment to Purchase and Sale Agreement.




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IV. B. 2010 CRA PUBLIC MEETING DATES


REQUEST: Staff request approval of 2010 Public Meeting Dates for the Community
Redevelopment Agency.

EXPLANATION: The regular scheduled meeting dates are held on the fourth Monday
of each month. Two meetings in 2010 fall during a holiday. The November 22nd
meeting falls on the week of the Thanksgiving holiday and the December meeting falls
on the 27th , the Monday following the Christmas holiday. Staff request the November
and December meetings be combined and moved to December 6th or 13th.

RECOMMENDATION: Staff request approval to combine the November and
December meetings to December 6th or 13th.




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IV. C. REAL ESTATE RESEARCH CONSULTANTS CONTINUING SERVICE
       CONTRACT


REQUEST: CRA Board approval of Continuing Services contract with RERC.

EXPLANATION: The agreement provides for professional services to include but not
limited to: site analysis for key development initiatives, incentive programs, land
acquisition and disposition, strategic planning, economic development, any other
services as requested by the Board, contract is provided in your back-up. It is
anticipated that Tom Kohler, Sr. Vice President with RERC, would provide services at
an hourly rate of $220 with a not to exceed amount of $18,000, exclusive of
reimbursable expenses, which will not exceed $750, without approval from the CRA
Director. The agreement may be terminated with 30 days written notice.

RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of Real Estate Research
Consultants Continuing Services for FY 2009/2010.




CRA 1/25/2010                       Page 4
January 8, 2010



Ms. Gail Hamilton, Executive Director
Kissimmee Community Redevelopment Agency
320 E. Monument Avenue
Kissimmee, FL 34741

Dear Gail:

This letter serves as a renewal of our continuing services agreement between the Kissimmee
Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) and Real Estate Research Consultants, Inc.
(RERC). It is the intent of this agreement that Thomas R. Kohler will be providing these services
with support from William H. Owen and the RERC staff.

SCOPE OF SERVICES

As we understand the needs of the assignment, RERC would provide consulting services that
could include at least the following:

1. Attendance at meetings with you, the CRA staff, City of Kissimmee representatives, and
   other parties related to the following development issues involving the CRA:

          a. Site analysis for key development initiatives

          b. Incentive programming

          c. Land acquisition, disposition and/or development policies

          d. Preparation of RFQ/RFP’s for public/private ventures

          e. Assistance with developer solicitation, proposal evaluations and developer
             negotiations

          f.   Strategic planning initiatives

          g. Economic development and financing strategies

          h. Review existing policies as they relate to plan implementation

          i.   Any other services as requested by CRA Manager

2. Regular written and/or verbal reporting to you, other CRA or City of Kissimmee
   representatives.

It is anticipated the above-described tasks would be provided by Mr. Kohler (or acceptable
substitute) at an hourly rate of $220.00 per hour with an upset figure not to exceed $18,000,
exclusive of reimbursable expenses. Any out-of-pocket expenses (expected to be minimal) will


14 EAST WASHINGTON STREET   SUITE 500   ORLANDO, FLORIDA 32801   P 407-843-5635   800-767-5635   F 407-839-6197   WWW.RERCINC.COM
Continuing Service Agreement
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not exceed $750, without approval from the CRA Manager and would be invoiced monthly
subject to assigned tasks.

This engagement would commence on October 1, 2009, and conclude on September 30, 2010.
It may be authorized for extension with your written approval. This agreement may be
terminated by either party with 30 days written notice.

This proposal is submitted for your review and approval; if you desire revisions or clarifications,
please do not hesitate to call me or Mr. Kohler at 407.843.5635 X107. If this proposal is
acceptable, you may authorize our engagement by signing in the space provided below and
returning a copy to me for our files.

We look forward to working with you and your staff in the implementation phase of your
program.

Sincerely,



William H. Owen, CRE
President


AUTHORIZATION TO PROCEED



Name/Title



Date




REAL ESTATE RESEARCH CONSULTANTS, INC.
IV. D. MASTER REDEVELOPMENT PLAN UPDATE – CONSULTANT SELECTION


REQUEST: Board authorize staff to begin contract negotiations with the top ranked firm
of Urban Networks / Kimley Horn for the update to the Master Redevelopment Plan.

EXPLANATION: The submittal deadline for the advertised Request for Qualifications
was Thursday, October 29, 2009. Eight submittals were received and reviewed by the
Selection Committee, Deputy City Manager Mike Steigerwald, Development Service
Director Craig Holland, and CRA Director Gail Hamilton. The Committee ranked the top
three firms as follows:

   1. Urban Networks / Kimley Horn
   2. Glatting Jackson (AECOM)
   3. Zyscovich Architects

Should contract negotiations fail with the top ranked firm staff will proceed to negotiate
with the second ranked firm, etc.

RECOMMENDATION: Board approve ranking of consulting firms as presented and
authorize staff to begin contract negotiations with Urban Networks / Kimley Horn.




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IV.E. 8 BROADWAY DEVELOPERS INCENTIVE


REQUEST: Board approval of Developer Incentive Agreement with Trustee Kathy
Sheive for improvements to 8 Broadway.

EXPLANATION: The CRA approved the incentive of $10,000 for the addition of four
storefront entrances on the Ruby side of the building to create a more pedestrian
friendly atmosphere and install awnings over the storefronts. The storefronts on Ruby is
a desirable project for the connection between downtown and the lakefront along with
providing opportunity for businesses to take advantage of the new wide sidewalks and
landscaping along Ruby. Provided in your back up is the Developer Incentive
Agreement between the CRA and Trustee Kathy Sheive which requires final board
approval.

RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of Developer Incentive Agreement.




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                      REDEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE AGREEMENT


         THIS REDEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”) is made
 as of this ____ day of _________________, 2008, between the KISSIMMEE COMMUNITY
 REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, a public body corporate and politic created pursuant to Part
 III, Chapter 163, Florida Statutes (“CRA”), and Kathy Sheive Trustee (“Developer”).

        WHEREAS, the CRA desires to encourage and assist projects in its Community
 Redevelopment Area (the “Area”) that further the purposes and goals of its Community
 Redevelopment Plan (the “Plan”), including the redevelopment of the City of Kissimmee’s
 downtown area;

         WHEREAS, the CRA is empowered (i) to receive funding from non-exempt taxing
 authorities having property-tax jurisdiction within the Area, for deposit into a trust fund established
 pursuant to Section 163.387, Florida Statutes and (ii) to use the funds on deposit in the trust fund to
 implement its Plan;

       WHEREAS, Developer is the owner of real property located at 8 Broadway Avenue,
 Kissimmee, Florida (the "Property");

         WHEREAS, the Property is located within the Area;

        WHEREAS, Developer intends to redevelop the Property by creating additional storefronts
 along Ruby Avene (the “Project”);

         WHEREAS, the Developer is ready and willing to undertake the risks and most of the costs
 of redeveloping the Property;

        WHEREAS, in order to undertake and succeed with the Project, the Developer has
 expressed to the CRA that the Developer needs financial assistance;

         WHEREAS, the CRA wants the Developer to undertake the Project, complete it, and
 operate it successfully;

       WHEREAS, in consideration of the Developer agreeing to undertake the
 Project, the CRA is willing to financially assist the Developer; and

        WHEREAS, the CRA and the Developer now desire to enter into this Agreement to
set forth their obligations pertaining to the Developer’s redevelopment of the Property and the
CRA’s financial assistance for its redevelopment.

        NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises and covenants
contained herein, the parties agree as follows:
Article 1. Purpose. The purpose of this Agreement is to further the purposes of the Plan by
providing financial assistance to induce the Developer to redevelop the Property by adding
additional storefronts to enforce connection between downtown and the lakefront.

Article 2. Financial Assistance. The CRA grants $10,000.00 (the “Grant”) to the Developer as
an inducement for the Developer to redevelop the Property by adding two storefronts.

Article 3. Redevelopment of the Property. In consideration for the CRA’s Grant for
$10,000.00, the Developer agrees to redevelop the Property by adding two storefronts to better
utilize the property and provide commercial/retail connection between downtown and the
lakefront.

Article 5. Disbursement. The CRA shall disburse the Grant only upon completion and passed
inspection by the City of Kissimmee Building Department.

Article 6. Default and Delay.

         6.1 Default. In the event of any default under this Agreement, the defaulting party,
upon written notice from the other shall proceed immediately to cure the default and shall cure
the default within thirty days after receipt of the written notice. If the CRA is the defaulting
party and fails to cure such default within thirty days, the Developer shall have the remedy of
specific performance, and no other. If the defaulting party is the Developer, the CRA’s
obligation to disburse the Grant shall cease and the CRA may terminate this Agreement.

          6.2 Delay. In the event of delay in performance by either party under this Agreement due to
 unforeseeable causes beyond its control and without its fault or negligence, including, but not limited
 to, acts of God, acts of government, acts of the other party, war, terrorist attack, fires, floods, strikes,
 freight embargoes, economic calamity, unusually severe weather, or delays of subcontractors due to
 such causes, the time for performance of obligations set forth in this Agreement shall be extended for
 the period of the enforced delay, provided the party seeking the benefit of the provisions of this
 paragraph shall, within thirty days after the beginning of any such enforced delay, have notified the
 other party in writing of the causes and requested such extension.

Article 7. Termination. Either party may terminate this Agreement, provided thirty days written
notice is given to the other party. In the event either party terminates this Agreement, the CRA shall
be obligated to pay the Grant only if City of Kissimmee has approved and all work has passed
inspection by City of Kissimmee Building Department for the Property.

Article 8. Notices and Other Communications. All notices or other communications given
by either party to the other shall be in writing and shall be sent by (i) certified or registered
United States Mail, postage prepaid, return receipt requested, (ii) personal delivery with a
signed receipt, or (iii) a recognized national courier service, addressed as follows:

                 Developer:                               Trustee Kathy Sheive
                                                          8 Broadway
                                                          Kissimmee, Florida 34741
                CRA:                                   Kissimmee Community
                                                       Redevelopment Agency
                                                       320 E. Monument Avenue
                                                       Kissimmee, FL 34741
                                                       Attn: Gail Hamilton,
                                                       CRA Director

Article 9. Miscellaneous

        9.1 Governing Law. This Agreement shall be construed and enforced in accordance
with the laws of the State of Florida. Venue and jurisdiction for any dispute arising out of
this Agreement shall be in Osceola County, Florida.

         9.2 Amendments and Waivers. This Agreement may not be amended, modified,
altered, or changed in any respect whatsoever, and its material requirements may not be
waived, except by (i) express vote of the CRA board of commissioners and (ii) a further
agreement or waiver (as applicable) in writing duly executed by the parties hereto. No failure
by any party to insist upon the strict performance of any covenant, duty, agreement or
condition of the Agreement or to exercise any right or remedy upon a breach thereof shall
constitute a waiver of any such breach or of such or any other covenant, agreement, term or
condition.

          9.3 Severability. If any provision of the Agreement or the application thereof to any person
or circumstance shall be invalid or unenforceable to any extent, the remainder of the Agreement and
the application of such provisions to other persons or circumstances shall not be affected thereby and
shall be enforced to the greatest extent permitted by law.
      10.4 Effective Date. The effective date of this Agreement shall be the date on which this
Agreement is signed by the last party to sign.

       WHEREAS, the parties have set their hands on the date set forth above:

Witnesses:                                     KATHY SHEIVE TRUSTEE
                                               DEVELOPER




                                               By: __________________________

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF OSCEOLA

       The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this _____ day of
_______________, 2010, by _______________________, Developer. He is personally known
to me or has produced a valid Florida drivers’ license as identification.

       (SEAL)

                                               _____________________________
                                               Printed/Typed Name:
                                               Notary Public-State of Florida


                                               COMMUNITY REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY
                                               OF THE CITY OF KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA

                                               By: Its Board of Commissioners

                                               By: ______________________________,
                                                   Sherry Evans, Chair of the Board

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF OSCEOLA

        The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this _____ day of
_______________, 2008, by _______________________, Chair of the Board for the Agency.
She is personally known to me or has produced a valid Florida drivers’ license as identification.

       (SEAL)

                                               _____________________________
                                               Printed/Typed Name:
V. F. KISSIMMEE BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN PLAN


A brief power point presentation will be made by staff.




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V. G. 13-19 W. MONUMENT AVENUE – MONUMENT CENTER LLC, CONDITIONAL
      USE – DRC #09-094


The subject event is located on the northeast side of Monument Avenue between
Broadway and Church Street at 13-19 W. Monument Avenue, in the B-1 (Downtown
Commercial) Zoning District. The applicant is requesting approval of a conditional use
to operate a karate studio and dermagraphic arts studio.

This request was approved by the Planning Advisory Board on December 16, 2009.




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                                                                          Monument Centre, LLC
                                                                        Conditional Use DRC#09-094




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                 Subject Property                                 RA-4 (Single Family Residential 6,000 sqft)          B-5 (Office Commercial)
                 City Limit Boundary                              RB-1 (Medium Density Residential)                    BP (Business Park)

                 County Boundary                                  RB-2 (Medium Density Residential - Office)           IB (Industrial Business)
                 CRA District Boundary                            RC-1 (Multiple Family Medium Density Resident        AO (Airport Operations)

                 Kissimmee Gateway Airport                        RC-2 (Mutliple Family High Density Residentia        AI (Airport Industrial)

                 Railroad                                         MH-1 (Mobile Home 9,000 sqft)                        CF (Community Facility)

                 Lake Surfaces                                    MH-2 (Mobile Home 6,000 sqft)                        HF (Hospital Facility)

       Zoning District Designations                               MHP (Mobile Home Park)                               UT (Utilities)

                 AC (Agricultural Conservation)                   RPB (Residential Professional Business)              OS (Open Space)

                 RE (Residential Estate)                          B-1 (Downtown Commercial)                            RPUD (Residential Planned Unit Development)

                 RA-1 (Single Family Residential 12,000 sqft)     B-2 (Neighborhood Commercial)                        SRPUD (Short Term Rental Planned Unit Develop

                 RA-2 (Single Family Residential 9,000 sqft)      B-3 (General Commercial)                             MUPUD (Mixed Use Planned Unit Development)

                 RA-3 (Single Family Residential 7,000 sqft)      HC (Highway Commercial)
V. H. 809 N. MAIN STREET – AZTECA’S RESTAURANT, SITE SPECIFIC
     REDEVELOPMENT PLAN – DRC #09-098


The subject event is located on the northeast corner of Main and Bass Street at 809 N
Main Street in the B-3 (General Commercial) Zoning District. The applicant is
requesting approval of a site specific redevelopment plan to construct a 2,571 sq ft
addition to the existing restaurant on site.

This request was approved by the Development Review Committee on November 24,
2009.




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                                                                         Aztecas Restaurant
                                                                   Site Plan Review DRC#09-098
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 Fire
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                Subject Property                               RA-4 (Single Family Residential 6,000 sqft)               B-5 (Office Commercial)
                City Limit Boundary                            RB-1 (Medium Density Residential)                         BP (Business Park)

                County Boundary                                RB-2 (Medium Density Residential - Office)                IB (Industrial Business)
                CRA District Boundary                          RC-1 (Multiple Family Medium Density Resident             AO (Airport Operations)

                Kissimmee Gateway Airport                      RC-2 (Mutliple Family High Density Residentia             AI (Airport Industrial)

                Railroad                                       MH-1 (Mobile Home 9,000 sqft)                             CF (Community Facility)

                Lake Surfaces                                  MH-2 (Mobile Home 6,000 sqft)                             HF (Hospital Facility)

     Zoning District Designations                              MHP (Mobile Home Park)                                    UT (Utilities)

                AC (Agricultural Conservation)                 RPB (Residential Professional Business)                   OS (Open Space)

                RE (Residential Estate)                        B-1 (Downtown Commercial)                                 RPUD (Residential Planned Unit Development)

                RA-1 (Single Family Residential 12,000 sqft)   B-2 (Neighborhood Commercial)                             SRPUD (Short Term Rental Planned Unit Develop

                RA-2 (Single Family Residential 9,000 sqft)    B-3 (General Commercial)                                  MUPUD (Mixed Use Planned Unit Development)

                RA-3 (Single Family Residential 7,000 sqft)    HC (Highway Commercial)
V.I. KISSIMMEE MAIN STREET


The Kissimmee Main Street minutes from the December meetings are included for
informational purposes. Cheryl Fish, Main Street Executive Director, will be available to
address any questions.




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                                   KMS Board of Directors Minutes
                                        December 2, 2009



Committee Reports
      Organization – Chair person Gail Eck reported on many projects that the committee has
      planned. A Membership Drive is planned for later this winter. Gail plans to meet with the
      Parsons so KMS can work with them.
      Economic Restructuring – Work is continuing with Lease Trac to fill vacancies in Downtown.
      No grant requests at this time.
      Design – There was no November meeting.
      Promotions – There was no November meeting.
      Farmer’s Market – Vendors are returning. Some snow birds are back.

Toho Square Rentals – Ministry rented on 12/19.
Treasurer’s Report – Current Account Balances
       Farmer’s Market/Retail - $782
       General Operating -      $12,016
       Money Market             $10,042
       CD                       $30,068

Calendar
       Pub Crawl with OC Historical Society – December 4th, 6 -6:30PM
       Downtown Summit – December 10th at Tarantino’s, 5:30 – 7PM
       Christmas Parade – Saturday, December 12th at 6PM
       CRA Meeting – Monday, December 14, 6pm
       KMS Board Meeting – January 11, 5:15pm, KMS Welcome Station
       Florida Main Street 101 Training - January 20th & 21st 2010
       Ribbon Cutting for Kissimmee Main Street Welcome Station - 1/22 @ 8AM - 9AM
       Kiss-im-mee 5K – February 13th, 2010
President Mel Welch requested a motion to take KMS off the permit for Winter Blast. Melissa
Bancroft stated that it wasn’t really necessary to do that was the city would take our name off when
insurance policy was turned in under another organizations name. There was discussion by Mel
Welch, but no motion was made.

There was also a discussion regarding the fact that, though promised through a conversation with Mel
Welch, no contribution was ever received from Gaylord Palms. They were listed as a sponsor on all
printed materials including Newspaper ads as they promised us $3,000, and ice sculpture for the
event, and a weekend for 2 at their hotel for our bracelet raffle. Sherry Hopkins said she knew people
at Gaylord that would not be comfortable with the fact that they promised a contribution and we did
not receive it. She suggested a letter should be written to Gaylord Palms.
KMS Board Meeting 12/9/09

Present: Gail Eck, Josh DeVries, Vince Bronson, Kim Grieb, Melissa Bancroft, Maria
Barry, Katherine Navas, Chuck Castellon, Cheryl Fish

Called to order: 5:30

Meeting called to determine plan of action following Mel Welch’s resignation from
board.

Motion: Gail Eck to nominate Melissa for President, 2nd by Josh—passed unanimously.

Melissa accepts nomination only through end of fiscal year (October 2010), but with
condition that entire board work together to rectify problems, especially regarding board
resignations and select Melissa’s successor prior to end of term.

Josh asks board to submit ideas regarding what Cheryl needs from the board, to form a
plan to correct problems, fill the position before her term expires. Melissa urged
discussing things Cheryl can do to help the board and vice versa. Discussion ensued over
issues that need to be resolved and how to prevent collapse of KMS, including working
through personality conflicts that have arisen in the preceding year. Cheryl noted that
issues with Mel pertained mainly to Winter Blast and conflicts resulting from the event.
Gail urged putting behind KMS the issues with Mel.

New Business: 5K, new sponsorships obtained, Cheryl requested ideas for more
sponsorship solicitations.

Location needed for Main Street 101 event, Civic Center asked for $1,200 for 2 day
event. Main Street 101 is basic training for the 4 prong approach to Main Street’s
mission, separate training for each of the 4 committees. Cheryl urged attendance of
board members.

Motion by Melissa to move meetings back to 3rd Monday at 5:15, 2nd by Josh, passed
unanimously.

Motion by Josh, 2nd by Melissa to move January meeting to January 11 due to MLK
holiday—passed unanimously.

Next Board Meeting: Monday January 11, 2010 at 5:15

				
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