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Bill No. CS/CS/HB 1399
Amendment No. 579191
Senate House

1Representative Grant offered the following:
3     Amendment (with title amendment)
4     Between lines 553 and 554, insert:
5     Section 5.  Paragraph (f) is added to subsection (15) of
6section 163.3180, Florida Statutes, to read:
7     163.3180  Concurrency.--
8     (15)
9     (f)  The state land planning agency may designate up to
10five local governments as Urban Placemaking Initiative pilot
11projects. The purpose of the pilot project program is to assist
12local communities with redevelopment of primarily single-use
13suburban areas that surround strategic corridors and crossroads
14to create livable, sustainable communities with a sense of
15place. Pilot communities must have a county population of at
16least 350,000, be able to demonstrate an ability to administer
17the pilot project, and have appropriate potential redevelopment
18areas suitable for the pilot project. Recognizing that both the
19form of existing development patterns and strict application of
20transportation concurrency requirements create obstacles to such
21redevelopment, the pilot project program shall further the
22ability of such communities to cultivate mixed-use and form-
23based communities that integrate all modes of transportation.
24The pilot project program shall provide an alternative
25regulatory framework that allows for the creation of a
26multimodal concurrency district that over the planning time
27period allows pilot project communities to incrementally realize
28the goals of the redevelopment area by guiding redevelopment of
29parcels and cultivating multimodal development in targeted
30transitional suburban areas. The Department of Transportation
31shall provide technical support to the state land planning
32agency and the department and the agency shall provide technical
33assistance to the local governments for the implementation of
34the pilot projects.
35     1.  Each pilot project community shall adopt criteria for
36designation of specific urban placemaking redevelopment areas
37and general location maps in the future land use element of
38their comprehensive plan. Such redevelopment areas must be
39within an adopted urban service boundary or functional
40equivalent. Each pilot project community shall also adopt
41comprehensive plan amendments that set forth criteria for
42development of the urban placemaking areas that contain land use
43and transportation strategies, including, but not limited to,
44the community design elements set forth in paragraph (b). A
45pilot project community shall undertake a process of public
46engagement to coordinate community vision, citizen interest, and
47development goals for developments within the urban placemaking
48redevelopment areas.
49     2.  Each pilot project community may assign transportation
50concurrency or trip generation credits and impact fee exemptions
51or reductions and establish transportation concurrency
52exceptions for developments that meet the adopted comprehensive
53plan criteria for urban placemaking redevelopment areas. The
54provisions of paragraph (c) apply to designated urban
55placemaking redevelopment areas.
T I T L E  A M E N D M E N T
63     Remove line 17 and insert:
64certain circumstances; amending s. 163.3180, F.S.; creating an
65Urban Placemaking Initiative pilot project; providing duties for
66the state land planning agency and the department; amending s.
67163.3182, F.S.,

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