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2 Planning A collaborative process to establish a mutually agreed upon plan that we are all committed to fulfill for the long term viability of our region.

3 How we make our dreams come true! Or

4 Collaborative » Everyone » Citizens » Professionals » Elected Officials » Military » And others

5 Mutually » Buy in » Input » Part of the process » No Dictates

6 Long Term » Today » Tomorrow » Future Reality

7 » Military

8 USMC AF Army

9 » Military » Agriculture » Military Support » Tourism » Quality of Life » Climate » Recreational Opportunities

10 Today, same as tomorrow?

11 Protect The Anchors of the Future

12 Growth will Occur Change will Come

13 2.3% Average Yearly Growth

14 Using 2% Average Yearly Growth

15 » Assumes same growth 2000-2007 was without the Growth Spurt 2010-2020 could see reduction in Force » Assumes no out-migration

16 » Assume 2% Per Year » 37,061 Increase in population » 3.1 Average Family Size (City) » 11,955 Homes Needed » Assume 6 units per Acre » 1,993 Acres Needed » + 1,000 Acres for schools, roads, businesses » 2,993 Acres needed for new population

17 » Assume 4% Per Year » 74,122 Increase in population » 3.1 Average Family Size (City) » 23,910Homes Needed » Assume 6 units per Acre » 3,985 Acres Needed » + 1,000 Acres for schools, roads, businesses » 4,985 Acres needed for new population

18 Among the most productive agricultural lands in the State

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20 456,733 Acres Without municipalities » 142,128 Acres Military » 516 Acres NC State » 43,590 Forest Acres » 175,184 Acres Agricultural » 95,313 Acres Developed

21 » Must Protect the Bases » Agricultural Land Uses Protect the Bases » Decisions must Protect the Bases

22 » Taxes … » Services … » Home Values

23 » 2010 Median House Value » $127,000

24 FY00FY11 City$8.2M$18.5M County$28M$69M

25 Neutral Equal to Services Negative Less than Services Positive More than Services

26 58%22% Slide #26 315 3% 16% Slide #26

27 Why Did Florida Grow?

28 Marketing 15 Dollars a Month 15 Dollars Down 15 Years 1950s & 1960s Florida Land Sales

29 » 38,255,670 Acres Available

30 » Mild Winters » No Snow » Reasonable Summer

31 Air ConditioningMosquito Control

32 » Friendly to Development » Progress Oriented » Tax Base Increase Sought » Land Sales » No State Income Tax

33 » Educational Facilities » Medical Facilities » Recreational Opportunities » Natural Resources

34 » Cuban Missile Crisis » Cuban Migration » Hurricanes » Disney World

35 October 1, 1971

36 » I-75 » I-95 » I-10 » I-4

37 » Miami » Tampa » Orlando » Ft Myers

38 Passengers 20005,207,212 20057,518,169 20067,643,217 20078,000,000

39 » Baby Boomers » Great Wealth » 2 nd Homes » Investments

40 » Silver-Haired Lining

41 » 1002 Units per day 2000-2006 Housing Units 20068,533,419 20006,337,929 Increase2,195,490

42 » 124 New Units per Day Housing Units County2006 % of State 2000% Change Collier187,6062.2%102,97383% Lee341,1505.3%188,59981% Charlotte96,0511.1% 63,864 52% Hendry13,081.1%10,85020% 637,8887.5%366,28674%

43 Housing Units YearSingle FamilyMultiple FamilyTotal Units 200510,4697,39317,862 20067,4404,07611,516 20072,3571,6644,021

44 Housing Units YearSingle FamilyMultiple FamilyTotal Units 20053,0281,6384,666 20062,5602,1414,701 20071,1591,0372,196

45 National Housing Crisis

46 Lee & Collier Foreclosures Homes and Condos 2008-2010 About 72,000 Foreclosures

47 72,000 X 2.5 People Per Household 180,000 Population Impact Impact to the Tax Base

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49 Period2005-2060 Starting Population17,872,295 Ending Population35,814,574 New Population17,942,279 Acres Required6,953,264

50 20052060Difference Conservation10,254,194 Open Water2,473,516 Urban Development5,998,52312,951,787+ 6,953,264 Agriculture, Pristine Areas and Other Undeveloped Lands 19,529,43712,576,173- 6,953,264 38,255,670

51 Reflections

52 » 1975 Comprehensive Planning Act » 1983 Growth Management Act

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56 » Too Hot » Too Cold

57 By Actions Not Planning

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