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1 How We Shall Live in Volusia County? Florida Department of Community Affairs June 16, 2007 Charles Gauthier, AICP

2 DCA Leadership Team  Secretary Tom Pelham  Assistant Secretary Mike Richardson  Charles Gauthier, Director Division of Community Planning  Mike McDaniel, Chief of Comprehensive Planning  James Stansbury, Regional Planning Administrator  Shaw Stiller, General Counsel  Sheri Coven, Intergovernmental Affairs

3 Major Planning Challenges Urban Policy: Infill, redevelopment and proportionate fair-share mitigation Urban Policy: Infill, redevelopment and proportionate fair-share mitigation Rural Policy: Rural Development and Future Road Corridors Rural Policy: Rural Development and Future Road Corridors

4 Comprehensive Plan Review Review Considerations Protection of Natural Resources Protection of Natural Resources Urban Form / Urban Sprawl Urban Form / Urban Sprawl Public Facilities Public Facilities

5 Comprehensive Plan Review

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7 Future Growth and Demographics Florida Growth 18 million in million in million in million in million in million in 2100

8 Analysis by GeoPlan at University of Florida.

9 Central Florida Source: Adapted from 1000 Friends of Florida, Florida 2060

10 People Turning 65 Each Year Source: US Census Bureau – 65+ in the United States: 2005; Wan He, Manisha Sengupta, Victoria A. Velkoff, Kimberly A DeBarros. December 2005.

11 “Traditional” Households on the Wane Household Type HH with Children 48% 33% 27% Single-Person HH 13% 26% 30% Source: Arthur C. Nelson, Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech, adapted from Census data.

12 Growth Management Responsibilities Capital Improvement Elements Capital Improvement Elements Water Supply Work Plans Water Supply Work Plans Public School Concurrency Public School Concurrency

13 Capital Improvement Element Achieve and maintain level of service standards Achieve and maintain level of service standards What does this mean? What does this mean? Annual update to Capital Improvement Schedule Annual update to Capital Improvement Schedule What if a local government is late? What if a local government is late? Data and analysis Data and analysis What is required? What is required?

14 School Concurrency Local governments must adopt school concurrency during 2008 Local governments must adopt school concurrency during 2008 Interlocal Agreement Interlocal Agreement Public School Facilities Element Public School Facilities Element Intergovernmental Coordination Element Intergovernmental Coordination Element Capital Improvements Element Capital Improvements Element Annual Update to Schedule of Capital Improvements Annual Update to Schedule of Capital Improvements

15 School Concurrency Technical Assistance Methodologies for Level of Service Methodologies for Level of Service Guidelines for Proportionate Share Guidelines for Proportionate Share Best Planning Practices Best Planning Practices Model Ordinance Model Ordinance Model Agreement Model Agreement

16 School Concurrency Technical Assistance Funding for Interlocal Agreements Funding for Interlocal Agreements Pilot Communities Pilot Communities Walton County Walton County Hillsborough County Hillsborough County Sarasota County Sarasota County St. Johns County St. Johns County Lake County Lake County Indian River County Indian River County Funding for School Concurrency Funding for School Concurrency

17 Water Supply Work Plans Ten year work plans must be adopted within 18 months of the update to the regional water supply plan Ten year work plans must be adopted within 18 months of the update to the regional water supply plan Work plan must address public, private and regional water supply facilities, including alternative water supply sources Work plan must address public, private and regional water supply facilities, including alternative water supply sources Local government adoptions due from December 2006 to August 2008 Local government adoptions due from December 2006 to August 2008

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19 Rural Land Stewardship 500,000 acres of anticipated Rural Land Stewardship Proposals 500,000 acres of anticipated Rural Land Stewardship Proposals Farmton proposal would include 43,973 acres in Volusia County and 10,364 acres in Brevard County Farmton proposal would include 43,973 acres in Volusia County and 10,364 acres in Brevard County Transfer of development rights with enhanced credit to protect agricultural and natural resource areas Transfer of development rights with enhanced credit to protect agricultural and natural resource areas

20 Rural Land Stewardship Proposals

21 Rural Land Stewardship DCA “may” authorize a county to establish a RLSA DCA “may” authorize a county to establish a RLSA Pre-Notification Conference Pre-Notification Conference County’s Letter of Intent County’s Letter of Intent Site Visit Site Visit Post-Notification Conference Post-Notification Conference DCA’s written response to county’s letter of intent DCA’s written response to county’s letter of intent Comprehensive plan amendment Comprehensive plan amendment

22 Rural Land Stewardship DCA will initiate rule-making DCA will initiate rule-making Rule development workshop: Rule development workshop: July 19, 2007: 10:00 AM at USF Lakeland Campus; Lakeland Technology Building Auditorium July 19, 2007: 10:00 AM at USF Lakeland Campus; Lakeland Technology Building Auditorium

23 2007 Florida Legislature HB 7203 HB 7203 Definition of Financial Feasibility Definition of Financial Feasibility Extra Year on Capital Improvement Element Extra Year on Capital Improvement Element Future land use map amendments within urban service areas Future land use map amendments within urban service areas Expanded opportunity for transportation concurrency exception areas Expanded opportunity for transportation concurrency exception areas DRI pipelining DRI pipelining

24 2007 Florida Legislature HB 7203 (cont.) HB 7203 (cont.) Airports exempt from transportation concurrency Airports exempt from transportation concurrency Concurrency backlogged districts Concurrency backlogged districts School concurrency mitigation School concurrency mitigation Three year DRI extension Three year DRI extension Plan amendment review pilot project Plan amendment review pilot project

25 2007 Florida Legislature HB 985 HB 985 Public / private partnerships Public / private partnerships Transportation concurrency incentives Transportation concurrency incentives Construction aggregate materials Construction aggregate materials HB 1375 HB 1375 Expedited review for affordable housing Expedited review for affordable housing Certain counties: adequate sites for affordable housing Certain counties: adequate sites for affordable housing

26 Future Legislation? Secretary Pelham is interested in more significant changes in 2008 Secretary Pelham is interested in more significant changes in 2008 Streamline statute? Streamline statute? One size does not fit all? One size does not fit all? Urban policy? Urban policy? Rural policy? Rural policy? Citizen participation? Citizen participation?

27 Governor’s Initiatives Open Government and Public Records Open Government and Public Records Plain Language Plain Language Customer Service Customer Service Focus on People Focus on People

28 Thank you


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