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1 <br /> APPROVED 6/2/2020 <br /> MINUTES <br /> BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS <br /> VIRTUAL BUSINESS MEETING <br /> May 5, 2020 <br /> 7:00 p.m. <br /> The Orange County Board of Commissioners met for a Virtual Business Meeting on <br /> Tuesday, May 5, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. <br /> COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PRESENT: Chair Rich and Commissioners Jamezetta <br /> Bedford, Mark Dorosin, Sally Greene, Earl McKee, Mark Marcoplos, and Renee Price <br /> COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ABSENT: <br /> COUNTY ATTORNEYS PRESENT: John Roberts <br /> COUNTY STAFF PRESENT: County Manager Bonnie Hammersley, Deputy County <br /> Manager Travis Myren and Clerk to the Board Donna Baker (All other staff members will <br /> be identified appropriately below) <br /> Chair Rich called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. <br /> Due to current public health concerns, the Board of Commissioners conducted a Virtual <br /> Business meeting on May 5, 2020. Members of the Board of Commissioners participated <br /> in the meeting remotely. As in prior meetings, members of the public was able to view <br /> and listen to the meeting via live streaming video at <br /> Videos and on Orange County Gov-TV on channels 1301 or 97.6 (Spectrum Cable). <br /> In this new virtual process, there are two methods for public comment. <br /> • Written submittals by email <br /> • Speaking during the virtual meeting <br /> Detailed public comment instructions for each method is provided at the bottom of <br /> this agenda. (Pre-registration is required.) <br /> 1. Additions or Changes to the Agenda <br /> Chair Rich said she will be meeting with the Mayors tomorrow morning about <br /> moving forward as it relates to Covid-19, and she will share an update with the Board of <br /> County Commissioners (BOCC) regarding the next steps. <br /> PUBLIC CHARGE <br /> The Chair acknowledged the public charge. <br /> ARTS MOMENT <br /> No Arts Moment will be available for this meeting. <br /> 2. Public Comments <br /> a. Matters not on the Printed Agenda <br /> Tony Blake said he is concerned about the convenience centers severely limiting <br /> the amount of household construction debris. He said if the Commissioners recall one of <br />