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 (LATE FILED)Amendment
Bill No. 1865
Amendment No. 055083
Senate House

1Representative(s) Arza offered the following:
3     Amendment to Amendment (000417)
4Remove line(s) 24-75 and insert:
5     163.3172  Urban infill and redevelopment.--In recognition
6that urban infill and redevelopment is a high state priority,
7the Legislature determines that local governments should not
8adopt charter provisions, ordinances, or land development
9regulations that discourage this state priority unless the
10charter provisions, ordinances, or land development regulations
11are to limit impacts to coastal high-hazard areas, historic
12districts, or aviation operations. Higher density urban
13development is appropriate in urban core areas and should be
14encouraged in such locations. Conversely, it is appropriate to
15discourage greater height and density as a development form in
16areas outside the urban core where such development forms are
17incompatible with existing land uses. Notwithstanding chapters
18125 and 163 and s. 171.044(4), any existing or future charter
19county charter provision, ordinance, land development
20regulation, or countywide special act that governs the use,
21development, or redevelopment of land shall not be effective
22within or applicable to any municipality of the county nor may a
23county charter provision provide an exclusive method of
24municipal annexation, unless the charter provision, ordinance,
25land development regulation, or countywide special act is
26approved by a majority vote of the electors within the county
27and a majority vote of the electors within the municipality, or
28is approved by a majority vote of the municipality's governing
29board. Existing charter provisions and countywide special acts
30that have been approved by referendum prior to the effective
31date of this act must be readopted in accordance with this
32section. However, in the event of a conflict between a
33countywide ordinance and a municipal ordinance within a charter
34county that regulates expressive conduct, the more restrictive
35ordinance shall govern. In addition, the requirements of this
36section restricting charter county provisions, ordinances, or
37land development regulations concerning building height
38restrictions shall not apply within any areas of critical state
39concern designated pursuant to ss. 380.05?380.0555.

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