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File #: 19-0459   
Type: Departmental Quasi Judicial Status: Agenda Ready
In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 4/23/2019 Final action:
Title: HINCKLEY YACHTS REQUEST FOR TEMPORARY CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY
Attachments: 1. 2019-03-19 DPQJ-3 Supp Memo.pdf, 2. 2019-04-09 DPQJ-1 Supp Memo.pdf, 3. 2019-04-23 DPQJ-1 Supp Memo.pdf
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PLACEMENT: Departmental - Quasi-Judicial
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HINCKLEY YACHTS REQUEST FOR TEMPORARY CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
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Pursuant to Section 10.1.C.3.b., LDR, Hinckley Yachts is requesting a temporary certificate of occupancy for its boat storage building prior to completing all of the required site improvements.
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DEPARTMENT: Growth Management
PREPARED BY: Name: Paul Schilling
Title: Deputy Director
REQUESTED BY: Morris Crady, AICP, Lucido & Associates

PRESET:
PROCEDURES: Quasi-Judicial

BACKGROUND/RELATED STRATEGIC GOAL:

On June 3, 2008, the Board of County Commissioners approved the Hinckley Yachts revised master and final site plan. The project received multiple legislative extensions authorized by the Governor's Executive Orders thereby extending the time frame to complete the project to June 30, 2021.

Completion of the project by March 26, 2019, with the exception of two parking areas is anticipated. The existing parking lot located at the southeast corner of SE Boatyard Drive and the existing parking lot at the southwest corner SE Boatyard Drive adjacent to the waterway must be redeveloped in accordance with the revised master and final site plan. The applicant is requesting temporary certificate of occupancy beginning March 26, 2019, to allow employees that currently park in the existing parking lots to move to the new parking lot adjacent to the new boat storage building so the work to the existing parking lots, which includes tearing out the stabilized parking and installing drainage, landscaping, etc., can be completed.

ISSUES:

Section 10.1.C.3.b, LDR, establishes a mechanism for the Board's consideration of temporary certificates of occupancy:

Temporary certificate of occupancy.
1) In lieu of completing all required site improvements, such as, but not limited to, sidewalks, landscaping, and nonessential utilities, the developer may apply to the Board of County Commissioners for a t...

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