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1 Tymber Skan on the Lake BCC Discussion Item June 3, 2014 Code Enforcement Division

2  Background  Water Service  Community Impact  County Action Plan  Fire Rescue  Sheriff’s Office  Summary Outline

3  Background  Water Service  Community Impact  County Action Plan  Fire Rescue  Sheriff’s Office  Summary Outline

4 Tymber Skan on the Lake Condominiums  Built between  4 Associations Section 1 (78 units) Section 1 (78 units) Section 2 (104 units) Section 2 (104 units) Section 3 (124 units) Section 3 (124 units) Master Association Master Association Background

5 Lake Catherine

6 Background From bad to worse…. Complaints from nearby residents Complaints from nearby residents Foreclosure crisis led to high vacancy Foreclosure crisis led to high vacancy Insufficient garbage pick up Insufficient garbage pick up Associations lack funds Associations lack funds Water shutoff pending Water shutoff pending

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14  Background  Water Service  Community Impact  County Action Plan  Fire Rescue  Sheriff’s Office  Summary Outline

15 Water Service  Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) provides electric and water services  Electric cutoff to common areas only  Water cutoff to Section 1 and 3 due to non-payment Section 1 $47,000 Section 3 $48,000 – Section 2 also behind on its bill $20,000

16  Background  Water Service  Community Impact  County Action Plan  Fire Rescue  Sheriff’s Office  Summary Outline

17 Community Impact  Occupancy Summary  Effect of Water Shutoff

18 Lake Catherine

19 Section 1- Boundary Area Lake Catherine

20 8 Owner Occupied ( ( 28 Units Vacant =36% 50 Occupied Units 78 Total Units Section 1- Summary Lake Catherine

21 8 Owner Occupied ( ( 28 Units Vacant =36% 50 Occupied Units 78 Total Units Section 1- Summary Lake Catherine

22 Section 2- Boundary Area Lake Catherine

23 Section 2- Summary 3 Owner Occupied ( ( 68 Occupied Units 36 Units Vacant =35% 104 Total Units Lake Catherine

24 Section 2- Summary 3 Owner Occupied ( ( 68 Occupied Units 36 Units Vacant =35% 104 Total Units Lake Catherine

25 Section 3- Boundary Area Lake Catherine

26 50 Occupied Units 58 Units Vacant =36% 9 Owner Occupied ( ( Section 3- Summary 66 Occupied Units 124 Total Units Lake Catherine

27 50 Occupied Units 58 Units Vacant =47% 9 Owner Occupied ( ( Section 3- Summary 66 Occupied Units 124 Total Units Lake Catherine

28 Occupancy Summary Occupancy Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 TotalOccupiedUnits (60%) Vacant Units (40%) Total Units Owner Occupied (15%)

29  Background  Water Service  Community Impact  County Action Plan  Fire Rescue  Sheriff’s Office  Summary Outline

30  Background  Water Service  Community Impact  County Action Plan  Fire Rescue  Sheriff’s Office  Summary Outline

31  Response History  Water Shutoff Response Plan  Safety Concerns  Resource Needs Fire Rescue

32 Fire and EMS Responses Estimated 39% Increase

33 Structure Fire Responses 1,100 % Increase Estimated

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35 Fire Rescue  Safety Concerns  Rapid fire spread  Arson  Deteriorated structural members  Tanker response  Holes in floors  Building collapse

36  Resource Needs  Increased commitment of units due to response activity Increased EMS due to water shutoff  Additional units for long hose deployments  Possible Firewatch commitment Engine $3,866/day Tanker $2,449/day Fire Rescue

37  Background  Water Service  Community Impact  County Action Plan  Fire Rescue  Sheriff’s Office  Summary Outline

38 Sheriff’s Office  Crime History  Water Shutoff Response Plan  Safety Concerns  Resource Needs

39 Sheriff’s Office  Calls for Service 2010:1,488 calls 2011:2,539 calls 2012:1,989 calls 2013:1,810 calls Jan – April 2014: 640 calls

40 Sheriff’s Office Aggravated Assaults57 Aggravated Batteries83 Battery201 Burglaries (Residential)421 Home Invasions7 Murders3 Robberies32 Sexual Batteries7 Jan 2010 to April 2014

41  Background  Water Service  Community Impact  County Action Plan  Fire Rescue  Sheriff’s Office  Summary Outline

42 Summary  Deplorable conditions, continued decline  Water disconnection  Action Plan to be discussed on June 10 BCC


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