Title: Staff Draft: Chapter 380 Implementation Novemember 9, 1987
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Title: Staff Draft: Chapter 380 Implementation Novemember 9, 1987
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Abstract: Staff Draft: Chapter 380 Implementation Novemember 9, 1987
General Note: Box 11, Folder 3 ( Final Report: Environmental Efficiency Study Commission - 1987-88 ), Item 44
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Proposed Revision
November 16, 1987



Chapter 380 Implementation


Problem: There is a duplication in the Development of
Regional Impact (DRI) process conducted by RPCs and
DCA as it relates to permitting activities.









Proposed Solution:


Agencies that require permits must participate in conceptual

agency review. All agencies will be required to attend the

preapplication conference. The participation of a DRI developer

is mandatory unless he gives notice to the RPC that he is opting

out. The developer has 30 days after the preapplication

conference to notify the RPC that he is opting out. The agencies

must adopt conceptual permit rules by July 1, 1989. The

conceptual review is governed by Chapter 120 and subject to

provisions for default approval under Chapter 120. Air pollution

and hazardous waste are added to those programs for which the

agency must establish by rule a set of procedures necessary for

conceptual agency review. If an agency grants conceptual

approval, DCA and the RPC may comment on the regional


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implications of the conceptual approval but may not make

conflicting recommendations or findings. In the absence of

specific authority set forth in applicable law or ordinance the

development order shall not conflict with a conceptual approval.

The developer may in his discretion, elect to submit a complete

permit application and receive a full permit review concurrent

with DRI review.

The application for development approval and the procedural rules

for DRI review should be revised to accomplish the following:

a) maximize coordination efforts between the DRI

review and permitting process.

b) facilitate the review of developments of

overriding state benefit such as areawide and downtown

DRIs and other developments as identified in the state

Comprehensive Plan. The criteria to identify such

developments shall be developed by the approved agency

in consultation with the applicable agencies.

c) designate types of development or areas suitable

for development in which modified information required

for DRI review shall apply.


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d) update the types and level of information required

in the application for development approval in order

to eliminate unnecessary information submittals.

Therefore, the DCA in consultation with the RPCs shall

initiate rulemaking in order to revise the ADA and DRI

review procedural rules to accomplish the above needs.

Representatives from all regional and state agencies

which participate in the DRI review process shall

attend all rule workshops and public hearings held

pursuant to these rules revisions.


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