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Title: LULU SITING
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Language: English
Publisher: Gary Sams
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - LULU SITING (JDV Box 89)
General Note: Box 19, Folder 6 ( Local Comprehensive Planning and Development Regulations - - 1991 ), Item 8
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: WL00004279
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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LULU SITING
Gary Sams


A. Definition of a "LULU"

1. What is the basis for "local unpopularity"?

a. Environmental agendas

b. Other agendas

c. "Nobody asked"

2. "Land use" or "infrastructure"?

a. Ultimate land use vs. supporting land use

b. Does it matter?

B. Site Selection

1. Objective considerations

a. Environmental baseline and allowable impacts

b. Demographics

c. Concurrency

2. Subjective considerations

a. Strength of feeling

b. Degree of organization

c. Public agency support

C. "Know the Enemy" -- Them or Us?

1. Public involvement in site selection

a. Optimization and involvement

b. Prematurity and cost

2. Decision makers

a. Strength of commitment

b. Compromises -- good or bad?


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3. Thought leaders

a. Contained and critical

b. Potential for biases

D. Design for Acceptability

1. Unpopular projects, popular imagination

a. Acknowledge problems

b. Develop positive themes

2. Problems versus opportunities

a. Often opposite sides of the same coin

b. Anticipate and emphasize solutions

E. Proof Positive

1. Net economic benefit

a. Understand what generates public costs and
what generates public revenues

b. Private economic multiplier

c. Public revenue sources

2. Infrastructure's role:

a. Necessary evil?

b. Everyone's need?

c. Concurrency: friend or foe?

3. What alternatives?

a. Identify and evaluate alternatives

b. Subject alternatives to public consideration (?)

F. Power Plant Siting: One-Stop Model

1. Process Description

a. Need for power determination by PSC


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b. Site certification hearing on environmental
issues

c. Balancing recommendation of hearing officer
and decision by Governor and Cabinet as Siting
Board

2. Focus and Balancing

a. Agency reports

b. Weighing of results of need and environmental
considerations

3. Time Frames

a. Fourteen-month requirement

b. Eighteen-month reality

4. Credibility of Results

a. Guaranteed hearings

b. Inevitable opposition

c. Openness and completeness of process

5. Proposed Legislative Amendments

a. Filing fee increases

b. Local government involvement

(i) Statutory participants

(ii) Comprehensive plan and land use
descriptions of equal dignity with state
and regional rules at final site
certification hearing


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PUBLIC SECTOR LULU's
PROPOSED SOUTHEAST LANDFILL A CASE STUDY


I. INTRODUCTION

A. Framework for Success

B. A Case study of Failure


II. FORESIGHT

A. Planning for Lead Time

B. Downboard Thinking

III. SENSITIVITY

A. Affected Party/Issue Identification

B. Results Evaluation


IV. COOPERATION

A. Part of Foresight

B. Front Page vs. Behind the Scenes


V. RECONCILIATION

A. Earlier the Better

B. Win-Win Deals

VI. IMPLEMENTATION

A. Steps II, III, IV, & V

B. Refine Process


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From: Bill Teeple


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SUMMARY OUTLINE
by Bill Ockunzzl


Locally Unacceptable Land Use Short Course

I. LULU Definition:

Definition has changed from the early 80's association with
obnoxious and offensive land uses (prisons, land fills,
sewer plants, etc.) to anything the neighbors or community
may not like.

II. Change in Definition caused by:
A) Provisions of Florida law
B) Interest and access to land use process
1. Heightened awareness
2. Articulate and capable leadership in the
"community"
C) Politicalization of the process
III. Solutions for the LULU problem:
A) Several models exist
1. Power plant siting
2. Highway PD&E studies
B) Planning for Public Acceptance
1. Understand your project
Quantify differences with uses in vicinity
2. Understand community profile
Demographic
Like uses
Reaction to recent projects
Identify formal and informal leaders
3. Prepare and Implement a Plan to Inform and Gain
Acceptance of
Adjacent owners
Community leaders
Activent groups
Government agencies and departments


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