Title: Proposal for Consistency & Compatibility Among Land & Water Planning Documents
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Title: Proposal for Consistency & Compatibility Among Land & Water Planning Documents
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Proposal for Consistency & Compatibility Among Land & Water Planning Documents (JDV Box 49)
General Note: Box 21, Folder 2 ( Land and Water Planning Task Force - 1994 - 1995 ), Item 13
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Gluckman TEL N0.904 421-2426 Aug 23,94 17:42 P.01



Gluckman and Gluckman
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To: David Powell Jake Vain
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From: Casey J. Gluckman

Date: August 23,1994


This transmission contains 5 pages Including this cover sheet.
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Mess8ae:

Attached are two items: A re-done chart based on our discussions in
Jake's office last week. A re-written version of the Powell/Gluckman Potential
Recommendations which incorporate the ideas from that same meeting concerning
the relationships among the plans.

Would it be useful for us to try to get together once more after the State
Subcommittee tomorrow to look over what comes out of that meeting and to be
sure that we are all on the same track going into the full committee meeting?



Jake, thanks for the notes from our meeting with Chuck. I'll get back to
you as soon as I talk to the folks I need to check in with.








PROPOSAL FOR CONSISTENCY & COMPATIBILITY RMONG LAND & WRTER PLANNING DOCUMENTS


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POTENTIAL RECOMMENDATIONS OF STATE SUBCOMMITTEE

State Comprehensive Plan

1. The State comprehensive Plan should be designated by law as the "state planning
document" for purposes of Article III, Section 19(h), Florida Constitution.

2. The State Comprehensive Plan should be revised or supplemented to add
benchmarks to measure the estate's progress toward meeting state goals as set forth
in the Plan. Benchmarks should be high-level indicators that focus on state-wide
outcomes and results using baseline data that define the stale's current status.

3. The Legislature should repeal the requirement for a separate growth
management portion of the State Comprehensive Plan, as currently set forth in
Section 186.009, F.S.

4. The process for biennial review and revision of the State Comprehensive Plan in
Section 186.008, F.S., should be retained.

5. In any legislation addressing the State Comprehensive Plan, the Legislature
should take special care not to create questions about the current legitimacy or role
of the Plan in Florida's growth management programs.

State Translational Plans

6. There should be three state translational plans the Florida Water Plan, the
Florida Transportation Plan, and the Florida Land Plan. These plans should be
based upon and consistent with the best available data and analysis.

7. State translational plans should be consistent with the State Comprehensive Plan
and compatible with each other. The determinations of consistency and
compatibility should be made by and set forth in an order by the Executive Office of
the Governor, after public notice and public workshop.

8. State translational plans should continue to be updated as required by Section
186.021(4), F.S., provided that revision of the plans in 1996 should be done jointly by
the agencies under the supervision of the Executive Office of the Governor, as set
forth below.

Florida Water Plan

9. Section 373.036, F.S., [Florida Water Use Plan] should be renamed and updated to
require a Florida Water Plan and to revise, as needed, the current list of subjects and
issues to be addressed in the plan. Section 373.039, P.S., should be reprealed to


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eliminate the term State Water Use Plan, and to result in the consolidation of water
planning into a single document. Subjects and issues set forth in Section 373.039,
F.S., should be transferred to Section 373.036, F.S., to be included in the new Florida
Water Plan.

10. The Florida Water Plan should be adopted by rule to provide guidance for water
management in the state with particular applicability to DEP and the WMDs in their
water programs. DEP and the WMDs should collaborate to ensure proper
integration and compatibility of the Florida Water Plan and the District Water
Management Plans. DEP and the WMDs should collaborate with DCA and DOT to
assure compatibility among the three state translational plans.

11. The Florida Water Plan should be submitted to the Legislature for its review and
its decision to reject, modify or take no action relative to this Plan. Following
Legislative review, the Plan should take effect on the following July 1 except to the
extent modified or rejected by the Legislature.

Florida Land Plan

12. The State Land Development Plan should be renamed the Florida Land Plan.
Chapter 380, F.S., should be revised to specify the subjects and issues to be addressed
by the plan.

13. The Florida Land Plan should be adopted by rule to provide guidance for growth
management and land development in the state with particular applicability to DCA
and the RPCs. DCA and the RPCs should collaborate to ensure proper integration
and compatibility of the Florida Land Plan and the Strategic Regional Policy Plans.
DCA and the KPCs should collaborate with DBP and DOT to assure compatibility
among the three state translational plans.

14. The Florida Land Plan should be submitted to the Legislature for its review and
its decision to reject, modify or take no action relative to this Plan. Following
Legislative review, the Plan should take effect on the following July 1 except to the
extent modified or rejected by the Legislature.

Consolidated State Land and Water Plan

15. The Legislature should direct EOG, DEP and DCA to prepare a consolidated
Florida Land and Water Plan after the review of the State Comprehensive Plan by
the Legislature during the 1996 regular session.

16. Any revision of the Florida Water Plan or Florida Land Plan prior to 1996
should be prepared with the goal of facilitating consolidation of those plans by 1997.
The EOG should serve as an intermediary in bringing the two agencies and their
plans together.


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Florida Transportation Plan

17. After completion of consolidation of Florida Water Plan and Florida Land Plan
into the Florida Land and Water Plan, a subsequent phase of this process should be
to consider, within the limitations of federal law and regulations, how best to
integrate the Florida Transportation Plan with the Florida Land and Water Plan.

District Water Management Plans

18. The Legislature should revise Chapter 373, F.S., to create the District Water
Management Plans by law and should specify the subjects and issues to be addressed
by these plans.

19. The District Water Management Plans should be adopted by rule to provide
guidance for water management within each district DEP and the WMDs should
collaborate to ensure proper integration of the Florida Water Plan and the District
Water Management Plans. The District Water Management Plans should be
compatible with each other, with the Florida Water Plan, and with the particular
Strategic Regional Policy Plans applicable to each water management district.

Strategic Regional Policy Plans

20. Section 186.507, F.S., should be revised to require that the Strategic Regional
Policy Plans should be compatible with each other, with the Florida Land Plan, and
the particular District Water Management Plans applicable to each regional
planning agency.




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