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File #: 22-0915   
Type: Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 6/21/2022 Final action:
Title: LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT (CPA) 21-08 BECKER B14 TEXT
Attachments: 1. 1_StaffReport.pdf, 2. 2_TextAmendApplicationMaterials.pdf, 3. 3_Rural_ag_tsk4_102802_rpt.pdf, 4. 4_DevelopmentPatterns.pdf, 5. 5_2021_1229_H123-022_Economic_Analysis.pdf, 6. 6_Pages from APA Report.pdf, 7. 7_Agency Comments.pdf, 8. Ag_Lands_Ownership 04122022.pdf, 9. Draft Text Amendment Ordinance.pdf, 10. 2022_0418 thru 2022_0601 combined document.pdf
PLACEMENT: Public Hearings
TITLE:
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LEGISLATIVE PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER ADOPTION OF COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT (CPA) 21-08 BECKER B14 TEXT
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY:
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This is a request for an amendment to the text of Chapter 4, Future Land Use Element of the Comprehensive Growth Management Plan which, if approved, would create a new future land use designation, Rural Lifestyle.
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DEPARTMENT: Growth Management
PREPARED BY: Name: Clyde Dulin
Title: Comprehensive Planning Administrator
REQUESTED BY: Morris Crady, AICP, Vice President, Lucido and Associates

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 Plan amendments require three public hearings. The first public hearing for this Plan amendment was conducted before the Local Planning Agency on January 20, 2022. The second public hearing was conducted on February 22, 2022, at which time the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) decided to transmit the plan amendment to the State Land Planning Agency and other state and regional reviewing agencies.
The proposed Becker B14 Text amendment was initially advertised for an adoption hearing on April 19, 2022. At that time, the BCC voted to table the amendment. The text presented in the April 5, 2022 staff report and the April 12, 2022 supplemental memorandum have been consolidated into the May 31, 2022 staff seport and are presented again for consideration.
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 ado...

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