Title: House Select Committee on Growth Management PCB 83-4 ( Minimum Requirements for Comprehensive Plans)
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Title: House Select Committee on Growth Management PCB 83-4 ( Minimum Requirements for Comprehensive Plans)
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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 - House Select Committee on Growth Management PCB 83-4 ( Minimum Requirements for Comprehensive Plans) (JDV Box 43)
General Note: Box 18, Folder 3 ( Treatments of Water - 1983 ), Item 14
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HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON GROWTH MANAGEMENT


PCB 83-4 (Minimum Requirements for Comprehensive Plans)


SECTION ISSUES RECOMMENDATION RATIONALE

1 Intent Keep

Contents of local coastal a. Broaden (2)(b) to cover a. plan should address all
plan element infrastructure generally infrastructure issues
relate to coast related to coastal areas
b. add "incentives" to b. adds positive side of
regulatory techniques regulation
c. delete facility siting plan c. not prohibited, just not
mandated

DCA minimum criteria for Keep (could be condensed), The sooner state expectations
approval/disapproval of speed up adoption time to are defined, the better state
local coastal elements December, 1983 money will be targeted

Local update/revision of a. Keep, but adopt locally a. Limiting adoption to
coastal elements using all of 163.3184 163.3184(7) bypasses
procedures state/regional commenting
b. Consider local government process, valuable
appeal option to Florida negotiating exercise to
Land and Water Adjudicatory minimize state disapprovals
Commission from DCA action b. Eliminate argument of state
bureaucrats overriding local
elected officials

Enforcement clubs (withhold a. Delete withholding of state a. Overkill
state money, coastal permits) disaster relief money and b. Erosion control and beach
coastal permits renourishment projects not
b. Keep erosion control holdback generally public safety and
[but consider exempting necessity issues, can be
emergency conditions, environmentally harmful
161.091(1) (h)]























SECTION ISSUES RECOMMENDATION RATIONALE

2 Deletes six policy areas Keep Replaced by new plan contents
local coastal elements requirement of Section 1
address

Adds DNR as state review Delete Not necessary, DCA will ask
agency for DNR comments anyway


'3 Funding Keep




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