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Title: Draft Outline for Report and Recommendations
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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 - Draft Outline for Report and Recommendations (JDV Box 39)
General Note: Box 29, Folder 2 ( Land Use and Water Planning Task Force - 1994 ), Item 12
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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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: Paul Carlson -
Subject: DRAFT Outline for Report and Recommendations
Date: February 23, 1994


Attached you will find a copy of the DRAFT Outline for the Task Force Report and
Recommendations. The Task Force will discuss this Outline in the afternoon session of
Friday's meeting. If you have any questions regarding this outline or Friday's meeting,
please call me at (904) 488-7793.


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DRAFT Outline FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY


Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Report and Recommendations


1. 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.
SFuture role and scope of the state water use plan
Options for integrating/coordinating translational plans -- water use plan, land
development plan, transportation plan.

1I. FLORIDA'S PLANNING PROCESS EXISTING LINKAGES

March A. Identify existing linkages, both formal and informal
May
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

111 OPTIONS
June -
August A. Identify and evaluate options for creating/strengthening linkages
(advantages and disadvantages; statutory amendments)

1. Provide consistency linkage between the district water management plans and the
strategic regional policy plans
identification of regional areas of environmental significance
2. Improve coordination between water management districts' regulatory authority
and local government comprehensive plans
determine legal status of the district water management plans
3, Improve technical assistance provided by state and regional agencies to local
governments for comprehensive planning
4. Provide for the state planning process to resolve conflicts between transportation,
water and land use planning
5. Require consistency between district permitting activities and the district water
management plans
6. Increase citizen understanding of planning Issues
7. Remove regulatory duplication between state, regional and local authorities


August- 'IV. RECOMMENDATIONS
September




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DRAFT Outline FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES ONLY

Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Report and Recommendations


V. APPENDIX FLORIDA'S PLANNING PROCESS

A. State Planning

1. State Comprehensive Plan
a. Purpose and effect
b. Source and use of data and information
c. Existing linkages required by statute
d. Existing informal linkages
e. Opportunities

2. Water Use Plan
a, Same as above

3. Land Development Plan
a. Same as above

4. Transportation Plan
a. Same as above

5. Others need to identify
a. Same as above

B. Regional Planning

1. Strategic Regional Policy Plans
a. Purpose and effect
b. Source and use of data and information
c. Existing linkages required by statute
d. Existing informal linkages
e. Opportunities

2. District Water Management Plans
a. Same as above

3. Others need to identify
a. Same as above

C. Local Planning

1. Local Government Comprehensive Plans
a. Purpose and effect
b. Source and use of data and information
c. Existing linkages required by statute
d. Existing informal linkages
e Opportunities




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