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File #: 22-0008   
Type: Public Hearing Status: Passed
In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 10/5/2021 Final action: 10/5/2021
Title: LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER TRANSMITTAL OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT (CPA) 21-16 PROPERTY RIGHTS
Attachments: 1. StaffReport.pdf, 2. Chapter 19 PROPERTY RIGHTS.pdf, 3. Chapter 1 PREAMBLE.pdf, 4. Chapter 2 OVERALL GOALS AND DEFINITIONS.pdf, 5. Resolution 21-8.22.pdf, 6. Chapter 2021-195.pdf, 7. DEO Notice.pdf, 8. Notice.PDF
PLACEMENT: Public Hearings
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LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER TRANSMITTAL OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT (CPA) 21-16 PROPERTY RIGHTS
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
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This is a request to create a Property Rights Element in the Comprehensive Growth Management Plan and amend any other chapters necessary for consistency.
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DEPARTMENT: Growth Management
PREPARED BY: Name: Clyde Dulin, AICP
Title: Comprehensive Planning Administrator
REQUESTED BY: Board of County Commissioners

PRESET:
PROCEDURES: Plan Amendment

BACKGROUND/RELATED STRATEGIC GOAL:

In accordance with Sections 163.3174(4)(a) and 163.3184(3)(c)1 and (11), Florida Statutes (FS), all Comprehensive Plan amendments require three public hearings. The first public hearing for this Plan amendment was conducted before the Local Planning Agency on September 16, 2021. This is the second public hearing at which time the Board of County Commissioners determines whether to transmit or not transmit the Plan amendment to the State Land Planning Agency and other state and regional reviewing agencies.
Upon transmittal, Section 163.3184, FS, requires state and regional reviewing agencies to provide comments to the County regarding any impacts to important state resources and facilities. The state and regional reviewing agencies must provide their comments, if any, to Martin County within 30 days of the agency receipt of the amendments. If comments are received regarding impact to state resources and facilities, they must be addressed prior to adoption of the Plan amendment. Failure to successfully address impacts to state resources and facilities may form the basis for a challenge to the amendment after adoption.
The adoption public hearing is the third required public hearing. Pursuant to Section 163.3184(3)(c)1 and (11), FS, Martin County must hold the adoption public hearing within 180 days after the receipt of reviewing agency comments. If Martin County fails t...

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