Bill No. HB 73
Amendment No. 534905
Senate House

1Representative Schenck offered the following:
3     Amendment (with title amendment)
4     Between lines 44 and 45, insert:
5     (5)  Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, permit
6applications for projects to be located in a charter county that
7has a population of 1.2 million or more and has entered into a
8delegation agreement with the Department of Environmental
9Protection or the applicable water management district to
10process environmental resource permits, wetland resource
11management permits, or surface water management permits pursuant
12to chapter 373 are eligible for expedited permitting under this
13section only upon designation by resolution of the charter
14county's governing board. Before the governing board decides
15that a project is eligible for expedited permitting, it may
16require the county's economic development agency, or such other
17agency that provides advice to the governing board on economic
18matters, to review and recommend whether the project meets the
19definition of a target industry business as defined in s.
20288.106 and to identify the tangible benefits and impacts of the
21project. The governing board's decision shall be made without
22consideration of the project's geographic location within the
23charter county. If the governing board designates the project as
24a target industry business, the permit application for the
25project shall be approved or denied within the timeframe
26provided in subsection (4).
T I T L E  A M E N D M E N T
31     Remove line 11 and insert:
32for permit application approval or denial; providing that
33projects designated as target industry businesses and
34located in charter counties that meet certain criteria are
35eligible for expedited permitting; providing an

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