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File #: 21-1093   
Type: Public Hearing Quasi Judicial Status: Passed
In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 9/28/2021 Final action: 9/28/2021
Title: D.R. HORTON, INC. REQUESTS APPROVAL OF REZONING TO PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT THROUGH A PUD ZONING AGREEMENT INCLUDING A MASTER/FINAL SITE PLAN FOR THE PRESERVE AT PARK PLACE PROJECT (V038-002)
Attachments: 1. 2021_0831_V038-002_Staff_Report_Final.pdf, 2. 2021_0901_V038-002_Master_Final_Site_Plan.pdf, 3. PUD Agreement (9-15-21).pdf, 4. 2021_0819_V038-002_PAMP.pdf, 5. 2021_0902_V038-002_Zoning_resolution.pdf, 6. 2021_0901_V038-002_Application_Materials.pdf, 7. 2021_0901_V038-002_Landscape_Plans.pdf, 8. 2021_0901_V038-002_Disclosure and Legal.pdf, 9. 2021_0827_V038-002_Notice_Letter.pdf, 10. 2021_0901_V038-002_Legal_Ad.pdf, 11. 2020_0630_V038-002_sign certification.pdf, 12. 2021_0901_V038-002_Reso_Deny.pdf, 13. Staff PowerPoint.pdf, 14. SUPP MEMO, 15. PUD Agreement (9-22-2021).pdf, 16. 2021_0916_DRAFT minutes (003).pdf
PLACEMENT: Public Hearings - Quasi-Judicial
TITLE:
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D.R. HORTON, INC. REQUESTS APPROVAL OF REZONING TO PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT THROUGH A PUD ZONING AGREEMENT INCLUDING A MASTER/FINAL SITE PLAN FOR THE PRESERVE AT PARK PLACE PROJECT (V038-002)
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
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D.R. Horton, Inc. requests approval of rezoning to a Planned Unit Development (PUD) zoning district classification through The Preserve at Park Trace PUD Zoning Agreement. Included is a master/final site plan for the development of a 114-lot single family subdivision and the associated infrastructure on an approximate 97-acre parcel located on the south side of SE Cove Road at the SE Willoughby Boulevard intersection in Stuart. Included is a request for a Certificate of Public Facilities Reservation.
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DEPARTMENT: Growth Management
PREPARED BY: Name: Peter Walden, AICP
Title: Principal Planner
REQUESTED BY: Lucido and Associates, Morris A. Crady, AICP

PRESET:
PROCEDURES: Quasi-Judicial

BACKGROUND/RELATED STRATEGIC GOAL:

The existing future land use designation on the parcel is Estate Density up to two units per acre. The existing zoning district designation is RE-1/2A, Residential Estate District. The PUD zoning district will allow the applicant to transfer density and to cluster development; this will in turn provide more open space. The proposed site plan depicts a density of 1.2 units per acre and provides for approximately 84 percent open space project wide. The proposed Preserve Area Management Plan covers over 62 acres of the 97 acre parcel.

The project is located inside the Primary Urban Services District and therefore has utilities, including water and wastewater services available from Martin County Utilities. The only access to the site is via SE Cove Road. Wetland impacts require a waiver and mitigation measures as there is no upland alternative to provide access to the property.

The proposed public benefits include an additional 10.4...

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