MANDATORY MEETING
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 2016
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
EATONVILLE TOWN HALL
COUNCIL CHAMBERS

The meeting is for information and clarification of the process and the RFP.
ONLY!
The Development Teams will not be required to give a presentation at this meeting.

The Development Teams will be required to give a presentation to the evaluation committee prior to the committee’s final scoring and ranking of the proposals.  Once the committee has a ranking of all qualified firms, then the committee will recommend award to the highest ranked firm.

The presentations, among other things, should reflect examples of previous developments, types of mixed use and infill developments.  Attention should be given to how the proposal meets the Towns goals and objectives for the site.  Presentations MUST address the specific site as it relates to land use, mixed-uses, massing, scale, engagement with the public realm and overall qualify of design.  Presentations MUST also address the proposer’s financial offer in detail.

“The Town of Eatonville is a Fair Housing Advocate.  If you feel you have been discriminated against, you may file a housing discrimination complaint at: 1-800-669-9777 (Toll Free) or 1-800-927-9275 (TTY) or locally, Katrina Gibson, Finance Director at (407) 623-8905.”

“The Town of Eatonville is an Equal Employment Opportunity Advocate. If you have any questions about equal employment opportunities or feel you may have been discriminated against, you may contact Katrina Gibson, Finance Director at (407) 623-8905.”

“The Town of Eatonville is a Section 504/ADA Compliant Advocate.  If you feel you may have been discriminated against, you may contact Cathleen Williams, Town Clerk at(407) 623-8910.”

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The Town of Eatonville was founded by three Union officers, Captain Josiah Eaton, Captain Lewis Lawrence and another officer who is unknown. Following the Civil War, these men left America to settle in South America but during their voyage they turned back and settled in Florida.
To give a little background, at this moment in time there were black in Central Florida who had been brought there by Seminole and Cherokee Indians. The Indians had stolen the black slaves from many states along the coast. Over time, many of the Indians and former slaves that did not move west, stayed in Central Florida.
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