Title: Subcommittee Assignments of Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Members (Letter Dated March 24, 1994)
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OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR
GROWTH MANAGEMENT AND STRATEGIC POLICY PLANNING UNIT
2105, THE CAPITOL
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32399-0001

Memorandum


To: Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Members
From: V Vicki Tschinkel, Chair, Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Subject: Subcommittee Assignments
Date: March 24, 1994

During the first four Task Force meetings, there have been recurring topics of debate. In
order to allow for a forum for detailed discussions and development of recommendations,
three subcommittees have been established to consider: (1) state issues, (2) regional issues,
and (3) the role of the Evaluation and Appraisal Report process as these relate to land use
and water planning. Each Task Force member has been assigned to participate on one
subcommittee, and each subcommittee is charged to review specific issues, as shown on the
attached list.
For each subcommittee, a Chair, Vice Chair, and staff support have been assigned. It is the
responsibility of the subcommittee chair to coordinate and conduct meetings. The meeting
times and locations are to be scheduled through the Executive Office of the Governor in
order that they may be properly noticed. Please contact Teresa Tinker or Paul Carlson at
904-488-7793 regarding all subcommittee meetings.
Subcommittee chairs should have the lead staff support contact each member and other staff
to schedule meetings as well in advance as possible. The subcommittees may meet as often
as they feel necessary to meet their charge, however, at a minimum you may wish to meet
during the morning of the next two scheduled full Task Force meetings.
Time at the April 29, 1994, meeting in Orlando, will be set aside for each subcommittee to
give the first interim report to the full committee.


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LAND USE AND WATER PLANNING TASK FORCE
March 21, 1994
SUBCOMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP AND ISSUE ASSIGNMENTS

OVERALL CHARGE: Each subcommittee shall include the tasks identified in sections
I and m of the DRAFT Outline (March 17,1994, copy attached) as part of the individual
subcommittee assignments. The subcommittees shall not be limited in their consideration
of issues to those identified In the charge but may consider and make recommendations
on issues they feel are relevant. Below we have attached a list of telephone and fax
numbers for each member and the assigned staff.

I. STATE ISSUES SUBCOMMITTEE
A. Members


David Orshefsky, Chair
Dennis Moss, Vice Chair
Bob Romig
Dennis Harmon
Pam McVety


305-524-5035; Fax
305-357-4832; Fax
904-488-8006; Fax
904-488-3104; Fax
904-488-0784; Fax


305-527-9313
305-372-6011
904-488-3567
904-922-9150
904-922-5380


B. Consider and make recommendations regarding:
1. the scope and application of the translational plans;
2. the relationship among the translational plans, including potential duplication;
3. how the translational plans should reflect the Growth Management Portion of the
State Comprehensive Plan;
4. potential duplication between the translational plans and the Growth Management
Portion of the State Comprehensive Plan;
5. the timing and process for revision of these plans; and,
6. the relation of the translational plans to the local and regional plans.
C. Staff Support:


Tom Swihart, DEP LEAD
Henry Bittaker, DCA
Terry Kraft, DOT
Richard Owen, SWFWMD
Angel Cardec, ARPC


904-488-0784: Fax 904-922-5380
904-488-4925; Fax 904-488-3309
904-488-8006; Fax 904-488-3567
904-796-7211; Fax 904-754-6874
904-674-4571; Fax 904-674-4574


II. REGIONAL ISSUES SUBCOMMITTEE
A. Members


Jake Varn, Chair
David Powell, Vice Chair
Denise Prescod
Jane Walker
Richard Hamann
Jack Malloy


904-224-1585; Fax
904-222-7500; Fax
904-356-5977; Fax
904-332-1784; Fax
904-392-2237; Fax
407-242-1200; Fax


904-222-0398
904-224-8551
904-356-7820
904-332-1785
904-392-1457
407-253-1800


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B. Consider and make recommendations regarding:
1. the relationship of the water management districts and the district water
management plans to the strategic regional policy plans; and, in particular,
2. the linkage between the district water management plans and the natural resources
of regional significance to be identified in the strategic regional policy plans;
3. the adequacy of existing regional planning processes for natural resources
management and water planning; and,
4. the relation of regional planning to the Growth Management Portion of the State
Comprehensive Plans, the translational plans, and the local government
comprehensive plans.

C. Staff Support


Robert Christianson, SJWMD LEAD
Tim Murphy, SFRPC
Howard Glassman, DOT
Ernie Barnett, DEP


904-329-4500;
305-961-2999;
904-488-8006;
904-488-0784;


Fax 904-329-4125
Fax 305-961-0322
Fax 904-488-3567
Fax 904-922-5380


III. EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL REPORT IEAiR PROCESS SUBCOMMITTEE
A. Members


Linda Loomis Shelley, Chair
Allan Milledge, Vice Chair
Pam Akin
Steve Seibert
Sue Dudley
Bob Rhodes


904-488-8466; Fax 904-921-0781
305-445-1500; Fax 305-446-9972
813-223-8996; Fax 813-274-8076
813-464-3278; Fax 813-464-3022
813-743-1300; Fax 813-743-1550
904-222-2877; Fax 904-222-8410


B. Consider and make recommendations regarding:
1. the extent to which water issues can be integrated into the Evaluation and
Appraisal Report process from a procedural perspective;
2. whether the water management districts will have updated information that could
be incorporated into the Evaluation and Appraisal Reports;
3. the adequacy and availability of state and regional technical assistance in the local
government comprehensive planning and Evaluation and Appraisal Report
processes;
4. the role of the Intergovernmental Coordination Element process at the local level;
5. other opportunities for integrating water resource concerns into the local
government comprehensive planning process; and,
6. the adequacy of existing linkages between the strategic regional policy plans and
the local government comprehensive planning process.
C. Staff Support


Paul Carlson, Gov. Office LEAD
Patti McKay, 1000 Friends of Florida
Brian Sodt, CFRPC
Dave Thatcher, SFWMD
Kari Hebrank, Assoc. of Counties
Diane Salz, League of Cities


904-488-7793; Fax 904-922-0666
904-222-6277; Fax 904-222-1117
813-534-7130; Fax 813-534-7138
407-686-8800; Fax 407-697-6010
904-224-3148; Fax 904-222-5839
904-222-9684; Fax 904-222-3806


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DRAFT Outline FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY
as of March 17, 1994
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Report and Recommendations



I. PURPOSE

A. Problem Statements
February -
March B. Charge to the Task Force
SLegal relationship between district water management plans, strategic regional policy
plans, local government comprehensive plans, state comprehensive plan.
Future role and scope of the state water use plan
SOptions for integrating/coordinating translational plans -- water use plan, land
development plan, transportation plan.
Status/relationshin between natural systems and water resource management



II. FLORIDA'S PLANNING PROCESS EXISTING LINKAGES

March A. Identify existing linkages, both formal and Informal
4A ay 1. Substance
2. Legal status of plans (adoption process)
3, Legal effect How do the plans have to be considered in other planning and regulatory
activities? (Regulation versus information)
4. Timing (Coordinated Plan schedules, Proactive versus reactive planning)
5. Adequacy of linkages


l111. OPTIONS
June -
August A. Identify options for creating/strengthening linkages
(See attached list of options Identified at previous Task Force meetings)
B. Evaluate the Aoorooriateness and Adeouacy of Identified options, including
any statutory amendments that would be necessary


August- i V. RECOMMENDATIONS
September


* Added language is underlined




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DRAFT Outline FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY

Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Report and Recommendations



Options Identified by the Task Force
By Theme


1. Adequacy of the State's planning process in providing direction to address issues
and resolve conflicts
A. State Comprehensive Plan/Growth Management Portion
B. Integration/coordination of the State's Translational Plan's
Florida Transportation Plan
State Water Use Plan
State Land Development Plan

2. Integration/coordination of regional agencies and plans
A. Water Management Districts and District Water Management Plans
Regulatory functions
Legal status of plans
Consumptive Use Permits
B. Regional Planning Councils and Strategic Regional Policy Plans
C. Metropolitan Planning Organizations and Transportation Plans
D. Process to resolve conflicts or inconsistencies

3. Data and Information
A. Availability, timeliness and adequacy of data and information
B. Who is responsible for providing and interpreting this information
C. Technical Assistance
D. Local Government Flexibility

4. Inconsistencies between local plans and process for resolving conflicts

5. Expectations of the Evaluation and Appraisal Reports Process

6. Public AwarenessiParticlpation


7, Eliminate regulatory duplication between state, regional and local authorities




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