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GROWTH MANAGEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS


EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

ADVANCED DISCUSSION SESSION
CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT
MONDAY, JULY 8
Moderator: Stanley Price
Panelists:
Ron Weaver
Jim Lee
Jim Brindell
Pat McCue
Paul Bradshaw
Jake Stowers
Randy Young
Tim Jackson
David Risinger
Don Kowell

9:00 -10:10 Opening Panel Discussion
10:10 10:30 Coffee Break
Sponsored by. Reynolds,
Smith & Hills
10:30 -11:40 Concluding Panel Discussion

Registration Fee: $45.00
Advanced Discussion Session fee is waived
for attendees attending both the growth
management and environmental permitting
summer schools.

Course designed for persons with substan-
tial experience In growth management and
concurrency management in particular; ses-
sion will follow discussion format with
extensive audience participation; issues
addressed include minimum criteria for con-
currency management systems; monitoring
and development review procedures; appli-,
cation of methodologies; calculating avail.
able infrastructure capacity: determining
impact of proposed development; definition
of adequate public facilities; emerging new
directions for concurrency policy, and many
other related issues


COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

GM A GROWTH MANAGEMENT
S OVERVIEW AND UPDATE:
chronological review of growth management
in Florida; including 1985 landmark legisla-
tion and subsequent amendments; purpose
and intent; respective roles of state, regional
and local government; update on status of
implementation; review of major policy deci-
sions; emerging trends and issues.
Instructors: Paul Bradshaw, Jack
Osterholt, Harry Stewart, Steve Pfeiffer

B DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL
GM-B IMPACT: implementing rules
and policies; procedural requirements;
review criteria and current agency practices;
role of Department of Community Affairs;
regional planning councils and local govern-
ment; vested rights under Chapters 380 and
163; thresholds; binding letter process;
aggregation legislation and rules; Florida
Quality Developments; case studies and
examples. Instructors: Frank Friedmann,
Susan McDonald, Jim Boyd, Mike
Patterson, Tom Beck

G C VESTED RIGHTS UNDER
"V- CHAPTER 163: common law


vested rights; overview of key legal deci-
sions; impact of Chapter 163 on vested
rights; vested rights of DRI's; overview of
selected local government vested rights ordi-
nances. Instructors: Don McClosky, Paul
Gougelman, Majorie Student, Jake Stowers

GM-D LOCALCOMPREIENSIVEPLANS
LGM D AND PLAN AMENDMENTS:
detailed review of local planning require-
ments; required and optional plan elements;
consistency with state and regional plans;
timetable for implementation; plan review
and certification process; compliance agree-
ments; plan amendments; plan evaluation
and appraisal reports; citizen standing and
appeal; key legal and administrative deci-
sions. Instructors: Paul Gougelman, Les
Solin, David Mechanik, Jerry Gray

GM E AND DEVELOPMENT
1-1 REGULATIONS IN URBAN AREAS:
statutory requirements; mandatory land
development regulations; other "necessary
and desirable" regulations; requirement for
compilation into single land development
code; timetable for implementation; process
for adoption and legal appeal; force and
effect of adopted regulations; development
orders and development order appeals;
course emphasis on urban areas.
Instructors: Bill Merrill, David Risinger,
David Kovacs, Mike Davis

M-F AND DEVELOPMENT
GM T REGULATIONS IN RURAL AREAS:
statutory requirements; mandatory land
development regulations; other "necessary
and desirable" regulations; requirements for
compilation into single land development
code; timetable for implementation; process
for adoption and legal appeal; force and effect
of adopted regulations; development orders
and development order appeals; course
emphasis on rural areas. Instructors: Nikki
Clayton, Gail Easley, David Coffey, Tony Van
Derworp, Al Hadeed
GM-G CONCURRENCY
G -t MANAGEMENT: applicable
statutes and rules; definition of concurrency
and required level of service standards;
review of minimum criteria for concurrency
management systems; translating LOS stan-
dards from the Comp Plan; budgeting and
fiscal policies; monitoring and development
review procedures; intergovernmental and
private sector coordination; emphasis on pro-
gram requirements. Instructors: Stan
Price, Randy Young, Jean Roush-Burnett,
Ann Shermyen

GM TH COPING WITH CONCURRENCY:
GLM ".'J strategies nnd solutions; nppli-
cation of concurrency management method-
ologies; calculating available infrastructure
capacity; determining impact of proposed
development; practical examples and case
studies. Instructors: Fred Leonhardt, Steve
Godfrey, David Risinger, Pat McCue

GM-I DEFINING ADEQUATE
GM-I PUBLIC FACILITIES" FOR
CONCURRENCY: existing and proposed con-
currency management policies and method-
ologies are reviewed; which approach works
best for your Florida city or county; emerg-
ing new directions for concurrency policy;


special emphasis on appropriateness and
acceptability of each method. Instructors:
Tom Pelham, Pat McCue, Tim Jackson, Rick
Hall

GM-J URBAN SPRAWL AND URBAN
-J SERVICE AREAS: definitions;
question of legal authority; indicators of
urban sprawl; agency review criteria and
local planning strategies; tools for control-
ling sprawl; urban service areas and urban
growth boundaries; economic implications;
effect on urban and rural land values.
Instructors: Bill Hyde, Howard Landers,
Ivonne Audirac, Ben Starrett
GM-K IMPACT EESAND
DEVELOPER EXACTIONS: scope
and limitations of use; legal basis; restric-
tions; "rational nexus" legal test; application
as concurrency management tool; current
agency practices; importance relative to
other sources of funding; examples and case
studies. Instructors: Charles Siemon, Ron
Rotella, David Kovacs, Sara Lockhart

GML AFFORDABLE HOUSING:
Review of growth management
requirements with regard to affordable hous-
ing; specific provisions of law and rules;
housing element of local comprehensive
plans; analysis of existing and projected
housing needs; review of Florida's affordable
housing programs; strategies to address
affordable housing needs; private sector
incentives and public-private partnerships;
emerging trends and issues. Instructors:
Doug Buck, Jeannie Fewell, Bob Ansley,
Mark Hendrickson

GM-M ENFORCEMENT,STANDING
M AND LEGAL APPEALS: imple-
mentation and enforcement of local plans
and development regulations; review of pro-
cess of legal appeal of local plans, land devel-
opment regulations and development orders;
discussion of legal standing; timeframe for
citizen and agency intervention; practical
considerations; examples. Instructors:
Larry Keesey, Harry Stewart, Mike Davis

GM-N DOWNTOWN REDEVELOPMENT
GM1 AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION:
downtown redevelopment strategies; pub-
lic/private partnerships; redirecting growth;
varying LOS standards; area wide DRI's;
incentives for redevelopment; special taxing
districts; designated land use categories;
implementing regulations and ordinances:
planning and design innovations; safe neigh-
borhood improvement districts; historic
preservation; applicable federal and state
programs; tax and other incentives; model
ordinances; emerging trends and issues.
Instructors: Lee Einsweiler, Marcus
Hepburn. Rick Mussett
M INNOVATIONS IN PLANNING
"l- AND URBAN DESIGN: survey of
innovative approaches toward achieving
compliance with Florida's growth manage-
ment statutes and rules; examples of supen-
or planning and urban designs; review of
"state of the art" planning and urban design
methodologies. Instructors: Sam Poole,
Henry Skokowski, Victor Dover, Dick
Galehouse


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GROWTH MANAGEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS CONTINUED


GM P TRANSPORTATIONPLANNING
GM P AND MANAGEMENT: includes
review of DOT's access management rule;
application of rule; effect on levels of service;
transportation corridor location; discussion
of applicable statutes and rules; respective
responsibilities of state, local government
and MPO's with regard to transportation
facility planning; emerging trends and
issues. Instructors: John Beck, Jim Lee,
Jeff Crammond, Bob Krzeminski

GM- TRANSPORTATION LEAVE
i"q OF SERVICE: a brief history on
development LOS principles; key concepts of
the 1985 Highway Capacity Manual; data
requirements for LOS calculation; projection
of traffic volumes for LOS analysis; Florida
DOT research and procedures explained;
practical advice provided for both public and
private sector professionals. Instructors:
Rick Hall, Bill McShane, Doug McLeod,
Danny Pleasant

GMR STORMWATERPLANNING AND
GM- MANAGEMENT: planning and
regulatory requirements; review of concur-
rency as applied to stormwater manage.
ment; existing versus new systems; methods
of financing; stormwater master plans;
stormwater utilities; effect of recent legisla-
tion; respective roles of state, regional and
local government; effect of pending changes
to federal regulations; changing require-
ments for state regulatory agencies and
water management districts. Instructors:
John Shearer, Carla Palmer, Bob Cone,
Judith Parson, Dave Zeno

GM-S NONTRANSPORTATION
LEVELS OF SERVICE: statutory
and regulatory requirements; consistency
with plan elements; required 5-year sched-
ules for achieving and maintaining LOS
standards; data requirements for LOS calcu-
lation; practical advice provided for both
public and private sector officials; covers
LOS standards for potable water, sanitary
sewer, solid waste, drainage, parks and
recreation. Instructors: Ed Stacker, Tom
Peek, Howard Landers, Don Kowell

GM T SPECIALTAINGDISTRICTS:
review of use of special taxing
districts; effect of recent legislation; methods
of formation; reporting requirements; limita-
tions; discussion of special districts as con-
currency management tools; public and pri-
vate sector applications; examples and case
studies. Instructors: Cheryl Stuart, Ken
van Assenderp, Fred Greene, Gary Walters

GM-U GROWTH MANAGEMENTAND
-U THE ENVIRONMENT: environ-
mental considerations in growth manage-
ment; wetlands and upland habitat protec-
tion; recreation and open space; wellfield
and aquifer protection; water and wastewa-
ter management; integration of growth man-
agement with federal, state and local envi-
ronmental permitting programs.
Instructors: Patricia Petruff, Debbie
Orshefsky, Alan Reynolds, Mary Johnson

GM-V TAKINGS, TEMPORARY TAKINGS
V AND MORATORIA: taking by
regulation; development of Florida and
Federal law; recent Florida and Federal


cases; When does a land use regulation/con-
currency management system create a tak-
ing? What are the limitations on local gov-
ernments' use of moratoria? Instructors:
Bob Apgar, Charles Siemon, Ron Weaver,
Nancy Linnan

GM- UPLANDHABITAT AND
G T- ENDANGERED SPECIES PROTECT.
TION: delineation of issues; applicable
statutes and rules; effect of state, regional
and local plans and implementing ordinances;
review of proposed upland habitat and gopher
tortoise rules; illustrative examples; environ-
mental mitigation; emerging trends and
issues. Instructors: Randi Fitzgerald, Kevin
Erwin, Tom Beck, Brian Barnett
GM X NEW TOWNS, URBAN VILLAGES
SAND SATELLITE COMMUNITIES:
planned urban communities in rural areas;
necessary data and analyses to justify new
communities; effect of future land use and
related plan elements; standards for internal
traffic capture, complimentary mix of land
uses, timing of construction, balance
between jobs and housing, clustering, provi-
sion of efficient use of infrastructure, and
open space; performance standards to insure
compatibility with surrounding rural land
uses; standards for avoiding urban sprawl;
use of Florida Quality Development process;
examples and case studies. Instructors:
Jim Brindell, Victor Dover, Jaime Correa,
Dan Carey

S WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
"M LGCP AFTERMATH: course
designed to explore options and problems
facing local governments and regulated
interests as Floridn's growth management
process moves forward through plan certifi-
cation and adoption of implementating regu-
lations; audience participation encouraged.
Instructors: Rhea Law, Steve Pfeiffer, York
Phillips, Rick Drummond

G f WRAP UP OF 1991 LEGISLATIVE
Gv -A SESSION AND 1992 FORECAST:
1992 shapes up to be a landmark year for
the Legislature with regard to growth man-
agement, the environment, and tax and
funding issues; detailed review of 1991 ses-
sion from viewpoint of what the results may
mean for 1992; course emphasis on taxation
and funding, growth management and envi-
ronmental issues. Instructors: Nancy
Linnan, Randy Miller, Ken van Assenderp,
Marcia Elder

GM .A EMERGING ISSUES IN
S GROWTH MANAGEMENT: a
very distinguished panel of experts examine
the changing effects of Florida's growth man-
agement laws and regulations; panel discus-
sion designed to look into short and long-term
future; examination of economic and other
effects of implementation; discussion of need
for legislative or administrative changes.
Instructors: Alan Gold. Bill Sadowski, Tom
Pelham, Roy Rogers, Jeff Bcrcow
REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE
GM-B WITII CONCURRENCY: annly-
sis of selected representative concurrency
management systems; emphasis on recent
experience; actual use of developer agree-
ments; course designed for extensive audi-


ence participation. Instructors: Carter
McDowell, Jake Stowers, Jim Lee, Susan
Swift

GMCC GROWTH MANAGEMENT
"-C OR GRIDLOCK: candid panel
discussion of impact of growth management
laws and regulations on Florida's economy
and development patterns; emphasis on
practical application of principle of concur-
rency; capital facilities financing options,
development moratoria, panel designed to
provide "unfiltered" viewpoints of public and
private sector. Instructors: Ron Weaver,
Dudley Goodlette, Bill Barton, Maggy
Hurchalla

GM-DD FLORIDA'S WATER WARS:
lGM-DDi impact of water availability
on growth; review of water management con-
flicts; water management districts; regional
water supply authorities; interbasin and
interdistrict transfer of water, water conser-
vation and water resources development;
wellfield protection; protection of aquifer
recharge areas; emerging issues. Instructors
Jake Varn, Pete Hubbell, Jim Garner, Ed de
la Parte, John Wodraska





PLUS SPECIAL COURSE SERIES ON
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

GM-EE RECYCLING AND MARKET
U iM-EE DEVELOPMENT OUTLOOK.
status of Florida's recycling efforts; recy-
clable commodities review; public acceptance
of recycling; market identification and devel-
opment; economic considerations; emerging
trends and issues; developing technologies;
practical examples and case studies.
Instructors: Frank Walper, Dennis Carter,
Ivan Lawyer, Bert Luer, Lang Herndon

GM- RECYCLINGCASESTUDIESi
GM-FF recycling "success stories";
what works and what doesn't; national and
Florida examples; cases selected to provide
insight into the practical aspects of recy-
cling. Instructors: Bert Luer, Charles
Harbison, Janie Gafford, Rob Bailey

GMNOT IN MY BACKYARD
growth management conflict
resolution; discussion of difficulties associat-
ed with hard-to-site facilities such as sani-
tary landfills, prisons, hazardous waste
treatment facilities; review of facility siting
process; practical examples and case studies.
Instructors: Allen Salowe. Greg Rosser,
Jeffrey Meredith, Lynda Long, Warren
Smith, Dean Brown

GM-HH PUBLIC VS.PRIVATE-
"GM-HH Outline of how to manage
solid waste utilizing private or public
sources and an evaluation of which one does
it best; course concentrates on landfill devel-
opment and operations, but includes infor-
mation on hauling, recycling and Incinera-
tion. Instructors: Greg Rosser, Stan Keely.
Kevin O'Toole, Janic Cafford


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