Title: State Land Development Plan, PCB 83-6
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Title: State Land Development Plan, PCB 83-6
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - State Land Development Plan, PCB 83-6 (JDV Box 54)
General Note: Box 17, Folder 2 ( Task Force on Water Issues, Bills Passed, Articles - 1980s ), Item 38
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STATE LAND DEVELOPMENT PLAN PCB 83-6


* requires state land planning agency (Department of
Community Affairs) to adopt by rule a state land
development plan

* describes content of state land development plan

* gives Department of Community Affairs one year from
effective date of act (October 1, 1983) to prepare
proposed plan, which may apply only to portions of
the state. Entire state will be subject to plan
within three years

* state land development plan sets policies and standards
for reviewing Development of Regional Impacts, activities
in Areas of Critical State Concern (and reviewing and
approving local comprehensive plans, under PCB 83-8)

state land development plan also controls preparation of
regional short-term implementation programs

designates water management districts as the "regional
planning agency" in charge of reviewing Development of
Regional Impacts (and local comprehensive plans, under
PCB 83-8)

directs water management districts to prepare short-term
programs (every 2 years) to implement state land
development plan

increases documentary stamp tax levy 10 cents per
$100 value, paid into a Growth Management Trust Fund,
to pay costs of preparing the state land development
plan, the implementation program, and other activities
under Chapter 380

provides for periodic updates of plan, by rule

codifies ten year site plan review process for electrical
power plants into Chapter 380, and requires reporting
of planned transmission lines


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REGIONAL PLANNING AGENCY PCB 93-7


* changes boundaries of the five existing water management
districts to follow county boundaries, as of December 31, 1985

* abolishes basin boards of water management districts, and
their taxing role, as of December 31, 1985

* provides governing boards of water management districts the
powers and duties of "regional planning agencies"

* mandates one-year legislative study of existing regional
planning councils, to define their future organization,
composition, role and function, if any, at the sub-state
level (includes possibility of "nesting" them within the
revised water management district system)

* repeals existing regional planning council law on July 1, 1984.



LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING PCB 83-8



* designates water management districts as the "regional
planning agency" in charge of reviewing, and approving
local government comprehensive plans

* provides for assigning, for the purposes of this act, each
city and county which is. split by water management district
boundaries, to a single district

* provides scope of review and criteria for water management
district approval or disapproval of local plans (including
consistencywith state land development plan, and water
management plans)

* provides for appeal by state land planning agency or
affected local government of. water management district's
decisions on local plans, to the Florida Land and Water
Adjudicatory Commission (Governor and Cabinet, who also
hear Development Regional Impact appeals and designate
Areas of.Critical State concern)

* provides that water management districts can initiate
local plan evaluation process, to update existing local
plans

* requires local plan evaluations to address cumulative effect
of all amendments to the local land use element.


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