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    Florida Senate - 2005                        SENATOR AMENDMENT
    Bill No. CS for CS for CS for SB 360
                        Barcode 291286
                            CHAMBER ACTION
              Senate                               House
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11  Senator Haridopolos moved the following amendment:
13         Senate Amendment (with title amendment) 
14         On page 35, between lines 21 and 22,
16  insert:  
17         (g)  It is a high state priority that urban infill and
18  redevelopment be promoted and provide incentives. By promoting
19  the revitalization of existing communities of this state, a
20  more efficient maximization of space and facilities may be
21  achieved and urban sprawl will be discouraged. If a local
22  government creates a long-term vision for its community which
23  includes adequate funding and services and multimodal
24  transportation options, the transportation facilities
25  concurrency requirements of paragraph (2)(c) are waived for:
26         1.a.  Urban infill development as designated in the
27  comprehensive plan;
28         b.  Urban redevelopment as designated in the
29  comprehensive plan;
30         c.  Downtown revitalization as designated in the
31  comprehensive plan; or
    1:39 PM   05/02/05                             s0360c3c-26-tgr

Florida Senate - 2005 SENATOR AMENDMENT Bill No. CS for CS for CS for SB 360 Barcode 291286 1 d. Urban infill and redevelopment under s. 163.2517 as 2 designated in the comprehensive plan. 3 4 The local government and Department of Transportation shall 5 cooperatively establish a plan for maintaining or improving 6 the adopted level-of-service standards established by the 7 Department of Transportation for Strategic Intermodal System 8 facilities, as defined in s. 339.64; 9 2. Municipalities that are at least 90 percent 10 built-out. For purposes of this exemption: 11 a. The term "built-out" means that 90 percent of the 12 property within the municipality's boundaries, excluding lands 13 that are designated as conservation, preservation, recreation, 14 or public facilities categories, have been developed, or are 15 the subject of an approved development order which has 16 received a building permit, and the municipality has an 17 average density of 5 units per acre for residential 18 developments. 19 b. The municipality must have adopted an ordinance 20 that provides the methodology for determining its built-out 21 percentage, declares that transportation concurrency 22 requirements are waived within its municipal boundary or 23 within a designated area of the municipality, and addresses 24 multimodal options and strategies, including alternative modes 25 of transportation within the municipality. Prior to the 26 adoption of the ordinance, the local government, in 27 consultation with the Department of Transportation, shall 28 assess the impact that the waiver of the transportation 29 concurrency requirements is expected to have on the adopted 30 level-of-service standards established for Strategic 31 Intermodal System facilities, as defined in s. 339.64. 2 1:39 PM 05/02/05 s0360c3c-26-tgr
Florida Senate - 2005 SENATOR AMENDMENT Bill No. CS for CS for CS for SB 360 Barcode 291286 1 Furthermore, the local government shall cooperatively 2 establish a plan for maintaining or improving the adopted 3 level-of-service standards established by the department for 4 Strategic Intermodal System facilities, as defined in s. 5 339.64. 6 c. If a municipality annexes any property, the 7 municipality must recalculate its built-out percentage 8 pursuant to the methodology set forth in its ordinance to 9 verify whether the annexed property may be included within 10 this exemption. 11 d. If transportation concurrency requirements are 12 waived under this subparagraph, the municipality must adopt a 13 comprehensive plan amendment pursuant to s. 163.3187(1)(c) 14 which updates its transportation element to reflect the 15 transportation concurrency requirements waiver and must submit 16 a copy of its ordinance adopted in subparagraph b. to the 17 state land planning agency. 18 19 20 ================ T I T L E A M E N D M E N T =============== 21 And the title is amended as follows: 22 On page 2, line 10, after the semicolon, 23 24 insert: 25 providing for waiving certain transportation 26 facilities concurrency requirements for certain 27 projects under certain circumstances; providing 28 criteria and requirements; 29 30 31 3 1:39 PM 05/02/05 s0360c3c-26-tgr
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