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Florida Senate - 2008 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT

Bill No. PCS (193790) for SB 474

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CHAMBER ACTION

Senate

Comm: WD

4/9/2008

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House



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The Committee on Community Affairs (Haridopolos) recommended the

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following amendment:

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     Senate Amendment (with title amendment)

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     Delete line(s) 2044-2071 and redesignate subsequent

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subsections;

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     delete lines 3368-3394 and redesignate subsequent

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subsections; and

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     delete lines 3868-3869.

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================ T I T L E  A M E N D M E N T ================

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And the title is amended as follows:

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     Delete line(s) 76-212

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and insert:

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proportionate fair-share methodology; deleting an

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exemption from transportation concurrency provided to

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certain workforce housing; requiring that proportionate-

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share mitigation for developments of regional impact be

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based on the existing level of service or the adopted

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level-of-service standard, whichever is less; defining the

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term "backlogged transportation facility"; providing for

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recommendations for the establishment of a uniform

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mobility fee methodology to replace the current

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transportation concurrency management system; amending s.

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163.3181, F.S.; requiring an applicant for certain future

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land use map amendments to hold community or neighborhood

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meetings before filing the application for and the

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adoption hearing on the amendment; providing an exception;

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amending s. 163.3184, F.S.; requiring that potential

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applicants for a future land use map amendment conduct a

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meeting to present, discuss, and solicit public comment on

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the proposed amendment; requiring that such meeting be

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conducted before the application is filed; providing

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notice and procedure requirements for such meetings;

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providing for applicability of such requirements;

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requiring that applicants conduct a second meeting within

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a specified period before the local government's scheduled

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adoption hearing; providing for notice of such meeting;

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requiring that an applicant file with the local government

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a written certification attesting to certain information;

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exempting small-scale amendments from requirements related

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to meetings; providing that an amendment is deemed

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abandoned under certain circumstances; authorizing the

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consideration of such amendments during the next amendment

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cycle; providing exceptions; authorizing the state land

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planning agency to grant extensions; requiring that a

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comprehensive plan or amendment to be adopted be available

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to the public; prohibiting the alteration of an amendment

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during a specified period before the hearing thereupon;

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requiring that the local government certify certain

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information to the state land planning agency; deleting

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exemptions from the limitation on the frequency of

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amendments of comprehensive plans; deleting provisions

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relating to community vision and urban boundary amendments

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to conform to changes made by the act; amending s.

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163.3187, F.S.; providing that comprehensive plan

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amendments may be adopted by simple majority vote of the

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governing body of the applicable local government;

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requiring a super majority vote of such persons for the

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adoption of certain amendments; authorizing local

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governments to transmit and adopt certain plan amendments

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twice per calendar year; authorizing local governments to

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transmit and adopt certain plan amendments at any time

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during a calendar year without regard for restrictions on

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frequency; deleting certain types of amendments from the

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list of amendments eligible for adoption at any time

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during a calendar year; deleting exemptions from frequency

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limitations; providing circumstances under which small-

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scale amendments become effective; amending s. 163.3245,

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F.S.; revising provisions relating to optional sector

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plans; authorizing all local governments to adopt optional

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sector plans into their comprehensive plans; increasing

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the size of the area to which sector plans apply; deleting

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certain restrictions on a local government upon entering

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into sector plans; deleting the requirement for an annual

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monitoring report submitted by a host local government

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that has adopted a sector plan and of a status report

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submitted by the department on optional sector plans;

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amending s. 163.3246, F.S.; discontinuing the Local

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Government Comprehensive Planning Certification Program

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except for currently certified local governments;

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retaining an exemption from DRI review for a certified

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community in certain circumstances; creating s. 163.32461,

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F.S.; providing expedited affordable housing growth

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strategies; providing legislative intent; providing

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definitions; providing an optional expedited review for

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future land use map amendments; providing procedures for

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such review; providing for the expedited review of

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subdivision and site plans and building permits; amending

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s. 163.32465, F.S.; revising provisions relating to the

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state review of comprehensive plans; providing additional

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types of amendments to which the alternative state review

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applies; renumbering and amending s. 166.0451, F.S.;

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requiring municipalities to certify that they have

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prepared a list of county-owned property appropriate for

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affordable housing before obtaining certain funding;

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amending s. 163.32465, F.S.; conforming cross-references;

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amending s. 253.034, F.S.; requiring that a manager of

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conservation lands report to the Board of Trustees of the

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Internal Improvement Trust Fund at specified intervals

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regarding those lands not being used for the purpose for

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which they were originally leased; requiring that the

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Division of State Lands annually submit to the President

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of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of

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Representatives a copy of the state inventory identifying

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all nonconservation lands; requiring the division to

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publish a copy of the annual inventory on its website and

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notify by electronic mail the executive head of the

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governing body of each local government having lands in

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the inventory within its jurisdiction; amending s.

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288.975, F.S.; conforming cross-references; amending s.

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380.06, F.S.; conforming a cross-reference; providing an

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exception from development-of-regional-impact review;

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providing a 3-year extension for the buildout,

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commencement, and expiration dates of developments of

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regional impact and Florida Quality Developments;

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providing that all transportation impacts for a phase or

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stage of a development of regional impact shall be deemed

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mitigated under certain circumstances; amending s.

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380.0651, F.S.; providing an exemption from development-

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of-regional impact review; amending s. 1002.33, F.S.;

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restricting facilities from providing space to charter

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schools unless such use is consistent with the local

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comprehensive plan; creating s. 1011.775, F.S.; requiring

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that each district school board prepare an inventory list

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of certain real property on or before a specified date and

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at specified intervals thereafter; requiring that such

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list include certain information; requiring that the

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district school board review the list at a public meeting

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and make certain determinations; requiring that the board

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state its intended use for certain property; authorizing

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the board to revise the list at the conclusion of the

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public meeting; requiring that the board adopt a

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resolution; authorizing the board to offer certain

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properties for sale and use the proceeds for specified

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purposes; authorizing the board to make the property

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available for the production and preservation of permanent

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affordable housing; defining the term "affordable" for

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specified purposes; amending s. 1013.33, F.S.; prohibiting

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the imposition of standards and conditions exceeding

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certain requirements for an educational facilities or a

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school district facilities work plan under certain

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circumstances; providing an exception; amending s.

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1013.372, F.S.; requiring that certain charter schools

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serve as public shelters at the request of the local

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emergency management agency; amending ss.

4/9/2008  1:48:00 PM     578-07112-08

CODING: Words stricken are deletions; words underlined are additions.

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