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RESOLUTION NO.2015-019 <br /> A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF OCOEE, FLORIDA, <br /> ESTABLISHING A TIME FRAME FOR EXISTING GATED <br /> SUBDIVISIONS TO BECOME COMPLIANT WITH THE <br /> ACCESS TECHNOLOGY KNOWN AS CLICK TO ENTER; <br /> ESTABLISHING A LEVEL OF FUNDING ASSISTANCE <br /> FOR EXISTING GATED SUBDIVISIONS TO COMPLY <br /> WITH SAID ACCESS TECHNOLOGY; PROVIDING FOR <br /> SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. <br /> WHEREAS, Article I, Chapter 153, of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Ocoee <br /> (hereafter"City Code"), relates to the use of the right of way; and <br /> WHEREAS, the City Commission of the City of Ocoee (hereafter "Commission") has <br /> considered and adopted, in a duly noticed public hearing, amendments to Article I, Chapter 153, <br /> pertaining to emergency access to gated subdivisions, including creating a new Section 153-5.7 in <br /> the City Code; and <br /> WHEREAS, the amendments creating Section 153-5.7 of the City Code require gated <br /> subdivisions to install and maintain in an operational status uniform technology for accessing said <br /> gated subdivisions by the City for emergency access and in the interest of the public health, safety, <br /> and welfare; and <br /> WHEREAS, on July 21, 2015, the Commission adopted Resolution No. 2015-010, to <br /> establish the Click to Enter access system and the Knox Box key access system for all gates <br /> (hereafter "System") as the required emergency vehicle access system for all gated subdivisions <br /> or gated communities located within the City limits; and <br /> WHEREAS, the Commission finds that compliance with the System by all gated <br /> subdivisions existing within the City limits as of July 21, 2015, is a concern of the City's public <br /> safety personnel and its citizens; and <br />