Title: Memo of Meeting Notice for May 20, 1983 for the Task Force on Water Issues Members
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Title: Memo of Meeting Notice for May 20, 1983 for the Task Force on Water Issues Members
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Memo of Meeting Notice for May 20, 1983 for the Task Force on Water Issues Members (JDV Box 43)
General Note: Box 18, Folder 1 ( Water Task Force - 1983 ), Item 8
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RECEIVED MAY 1 7 1983

MEMORANDUM

TO: TASK FORCE ON WATER ISSUES MEMBERS

FROM: WILLIAM E. SADOWSKI, CHAIRMAN

RE: MEETING NOTICE FOR MAY 20, 1983

DATE: MAY 16, 1983

The meeting of the Task Force on Water Issues will be
May 20, 1983, in Tallahassee, Room 413 Capitol, from
9:30a.m. to 5:00p.m.

Originally, the meeting was tentatively scheduled to be
in Orlando but was changed to Tallahassee because the
Legislature will be in session part of the day and we do not
want to preclude participation by our members who are House
members.

One of the areas the Speaker asked us to consider in his
expanded charge was the development of policy statements for
the elements in the local government comprehensive plans.
The objective here would be the development of a set of
comprehensive policy statements which reflect the growth
expected over the next quarter century. It is hoped that
these policy statements would serve as a framework within
which all local comprehensive plans are developed.

Each local government comprehensive plan must contain
the following elements:

1. Future Land Use Plan Element

2. Traffic Circulation Element

3. Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, and Potable
Water Element

4. Conservation Element

5. Recreation and Open Space Element

6. Housing Element

7. Intergovernmental Coordination Element

8. Utility Element

9. Coastal Zone Protection Element (for those
jurisdictions in the designated coastal zone)


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For communities with a population in excess of 50,000,
two additional elements are required:

10. Mass Transit

11. Port, Aviation, and Related Facilities

Local governments have the option of preparing any
additional elements that they believe appropriate, including
the following:

1. Non-Automotive Vehicular and Pedestrian Traffic

2. Off-Street Parking Facilities

3. Public Services and Facilities

4. Public Building and Related Facilities

5. Community Design

6. General Area Redevelopment

7. Safety

8. Historical and Scenic Preservation

9. Others, as determined locally

I would like you to list on the attached work sheets, at
least three aspects of these elements which you feel are
important in our efforts to develop policy statements for
them.

On Friday, we will hear from Representative Liberti on
the status of the Select Committee on Growth Management's
comprehensive planning bill and from Bob Rhodes, Chairman of
ELMS II on the activities planned for this Committee. For
the remainder of the day, we will work on the policy
statements for the local government comprehensive plans.


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