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~,-~c;:i+-.u:' e,?-e,-,-7~ ROLES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION DIVISION OF STATE PLANNING CHAPTER 22F-l, PART II 22F-l.10 Purpose RULES OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE PERTAINING TO DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL IMPACT 22F-l.ll Applicability 22F-l.12 Public Participation 22F-l.13 Notices, Agenda, Conduct of Proceedings 22F-l.14 Weekly List 22F-l.15 Guidelines and Standards 22F-l.16 Declaratory Statements and B.i,nding Letters of Interpretation 22F-l.17 Application Procedure 22F-l.18 Reserve 22F-l.19 Reserve 22F-l.20 General Requirements 22F-l.21 Notice of Public Hearing 22F-l.22 Regional Report and Recommendations 22F-l.23 Local Development Orders 22F-l.24 Alternative Review Procedure 22F-l.25 Reserve 22F-l.26 Reserve 22F-l.27 Ninety Day Notice Requirement 22F-l.28 Reserve 22F-l.29 Reserve 22F-l.30 Areas of Critical State Concern 22F-l. 31 Fonns

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CHAPTER 22F-1 GENERAL Supp.No. 72 PAK'I' 1\ RULF.S OF PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE PERTAINING TO DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL IMPACT Subpart A -General 22F-l.10 Purpose. The purpose of these rules is to make available uniform procedures and guidelines of statewide applicability pertaining to the administration of Chapter 380, Florida Statutes, as it relates to developments of regional impact; to carry forward the Department's responsibility to coordinate planning between the st ate and local levels of goverment and with the regional planning agencies designated by the Department pursuant to Section 380.031(13), Florida Statutes; and to promote consistency and uniformity in the data to be considered in the planning process. Specific Authority 20.05(6), 23.0115(1), 23.012(3), 120.63(1) FS. Law Implemented 23.0116(1), 23.012(3), 120.63(1), 380.021, 380,06 FS. History-New 7-7-76. 22F-1. ll Aplicability. These rules shall apply to the Division of State Planning, within the State of Florida Department of Administration, and all developers engaged in applications to or proceedings before the Division of State Planning. These rules shall be utilized by all regional planning agencies to the extent provided by law or agreement with the Department. It is intended that, where appropriate, these rules may be utilized by all local governements with jurisdiction over proposed developments of regional impact, and any developer proposing to undertake a development of regional impact. Spcific Authority 20.06(6), 23.0116(1), 23.012(3), 120.63(1) FS. Law Implemented 23.0116(1), 23.012(3), 120.63(1), 380.031, 380.06 FS. History-New 7-7-76. 22F-1.12 Public Participation. Public participation is an integral part of the-development of regional impact review process. Each agency having statutory or contractural responsibilities relating to Section 380.06, Florida Statutes, should encourage public communication and input and keep the public fully informed about the status and progress of agency actions, including petitions for binding letters of interpretation, adoption, revision and repeal of rules, receipt of notice of intent to undertake development of regional impact in an unregulated jurisdiction, receipt of notice of filing an application for development approval for a development of regional impact, and proceedings with regard to developments of regional impact. Specific Authority 20.06(6), 23.0116(1), 23.012(3), 120.63(1) FS. Law Implemented 23.012(3), 120.63(1), 380.021, 380.06 FS. History-New 7-7-76. 2 2 F -1. 13 Not ices, Agenda, Conduct of Proceedings. With respect to developments of regional impact, the Division of State Planning shall notice, agenda, and conduct any proceedings in accordance with the Model Rules of Procedure, Florida Administrative Code. Specific Authority 120.63(1) FS. Law Implemented 120.63(1), 120.64(9), 380.06, 380.10 FS. History-New 7-7-76. 2 22F-1.14 Weekly List. ( 1) The Division of State Planning sh:ill prepare each week, and mail to any person upon payment of reasonable charge to cover the cost of pre~aration and mailing, a current list of all notices of applications for developments of regional impact that have been filed with the Division. ( 2) The list shall provide information relating to the Division file number, the date of receipt by the Division of the notice, name of the developer or his authorized agent, the name, type, size , and location of the proposed development, and public hearing information. Specific Authority 120.63(1) FS. Law Implemented 120.63(1), 380.06(9) FS. History-New 7-7-76. 22F-1.15 Guidelines and Standards. (1) The guidelines and standards under Chapter 22F-2, Florida Administrative Code, shall be used in determining whether particular developments shall be presumed to be of regional impact. (2) From time to time the Division may review the guidelines and standards and make specific recommendations for change to the Administration Commission. (3) In reviewing and recommending change to the guidelines and standards, the Division shall consider the statutory criteria specified in Section 380.06(2), Florida Statutes. ( 4) The guidelines and standards, relating to developments of regional impact, are adop_ted by rule by the Administration Commission upon recommendation from the Division of State Planning. Any changes to the guidelines and standards adopted by the Administration Commission are subject to change or addition as provided in Section 380.10, Florida Statutes. Specific Authority 120.63(1) FS. Law Implemented 120.63(1), 380.06(2), 380.10 FS. History-New 7-7-76. 22F-1.16 Declaratory Statements and Binding Letters of Interpretation. (1) If any developer is in doubt whether his proposed development would be a development of regional impact, or whether his rights have vested pursuant to Section 380.06(}.2), Florida Statutes, he may request a binding letter of interpretation from the Division of State Planning. A request for a binding letter of interpretation shall be under the authority of Section 380.06(4)(a), Florida Statutes. The Developer shall submit his request by completion of Form DSP-BLWM-12-76 (veated rights) or DSP-BLWM-13-76 (development of regional impact), as appropriate. These forms may be obtained upon request to a regional planning council o r the Division of State Planning, the address of which is 660 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee, Florida 32304. The completed form shall be submitted to the Division of State Planning. ( 2) The Division shall give notice of receipt of an application for a binding letter of interpretation by publication in the Florida Administrative Weekly .

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SUIIP. No. 72 GENERAL CHAPTER 22F-1 Notice ahall alao be given to the local government ha'rin1 juriadiction over the propoeed development and to the appropriate regional plannin1 a,ency. A copy of the notice 1hall be given to the applicant. ( 3) The Diviaion aball re'riew the completed application form and, if neceaary to an informed determination, request additional information. The Di'riaion ahall conaider all written documenta, written atatementa, and information aubmitted by the applicant or gathered and made part of the record by the Di'rilion in its evaluation of the application. The Diviaion may initiate an inve1tigation of any atatement in an application or relative to other information submitted and may utilize in ita evaluation any relevant facts obtained by such inveatiption or otherwise available to it. The applicant shall be informed by any such facta utilized by the Di'rilion and shall be given an opportunity to respond to them. The Division may solicit and accept submiuiona from third persons relevant to any application provided that the applicant is offered an opportunity to respond to all third penon aubmiuions. In evaluating an application prior to making a determination, the Division may convene a conference at the request of the applicant or on its own initiative, if, in its discretion, it considen that such conference will advance ita evaluation of the application. Any such conference shall be recorded and shall be part of the record on which the determination is made. A party shall be entitled to a transcript of any conference upon payment of costs. ( 4) The Division shall make an initial determination as to whether the proposed development is a development of regional impact. If the information presented is sufficient to determine that the proposed development is not a development of regional impact, the Division shall issue a binding letter. ( 6) If the Di'rilion determines that the propoeed development is a development of regional impact, the Division will make a determination as to whether righta have vested punuant to Section 380.06(12), Florida Statutes, if requested. If the information before the Division ii sufficient to determine that righta are vested, the Division shall illue a binding letter. (6) If the Di'rision finds that the proposed development is a development of regional impact and that righta have not vested, if a vesting determination is requested, it shall issue a binding letter requiring compliance with Chapter 380, Florida Statutes. The binding letter shall include a summary of the factual, lepl, and ~licy grounds theref~ and shall notify the applicant that lie has a right to present additional testimony, evidence, or written statementa to the Division punuant to Section 120.67(2)(a)2, Florida Statutea, in opposition to ita action or to establish an appropriate record for appeal. (7) If the information before the Division is not sufficient to determine whether the proposed development is a development of regional impact, or whether righta have vested pursuant to Section 380.06(1), the Division shall so notify the applicant and provide him with a summary of the factual, legal, policy or other reasons as to why the determination cannot be made, and why it cannot issue a binding letter. The Division shall give the applicant an opportunity to present additional evidence or to establish an appropriate record for appeal pursuant to Section 120.67(2)(a)2, Florida Statutes. 3 ( 8) The initial determination made under sublecti.ona (4), (6), (6), or (7) above shall be made within mty (60) days of receipt of the application, but not sooner than fourteen (14) days after publication of the notice in the Florida Administrative Weekly. The ti.me for iuuance of a binding letter may be extended upon agreement between the Division and the applicant. (9) The determination made punuant to subsections (4), (6), (6), or (7) above shall be final agency action unle11 within thirty (30) days of the date of mailing of said determination the applicant requesta in writing an opportunity to present additional testimony, evidence, or written atatementa as provided herein. Such request shall be deemed tQ conatitute a waiver of the sixty (60) day period for issuance of the binding letter of interpretation. (10) At any time in the course of the proceeding if the applicant believes the determination involves a disputed iuue of material fact which requires a full evidentiary hearing, the applicant may request a hearing pursuant to Section 120.67(1), Florida Statutes, by filing a petition pursuant to Section 120.67(1) and the applicable Model Rule in Chapter 28-5, F .A.C. (11) Notice of the issuance of a binding letter shall be given to all parties to the proceeding, to persons the Division finds may be affected by the binding letter, and to persons who have requested notice. Binding letters of interpretation shall bind all state, regional, and local agencies as well as the developer. Specitlc Authority 120.63(1), FS. Law Implemented 120.113(1), 120.6611, 380.06(4) FS. History-New 7-7-76, Amended 10-13-76. 22F-l.17 Application Procedure. Prior to undertaking development of a development of regional impact a developer should comply with: (1) Subpart B of these rules if the development is proposed within a regulated jurisdiction, which as used herein shall mean a local government that has adopted a zoning ordinance or subdivision regulations, or both; or ( 2) Subpart C of these rules if the development is proposed within an unregulated jurisdiction, which as used herein shall mean a local government that has not adopted either a zoning ordinance or subdi'rision regulations; or (3) Subpart D of these rules if the development is proposed within an area of critical state concern, which as used herein shall mean a specific geographical area of the state defined by general law or by rule of the Administration Commission pursuant to Section 380.05, Florida Statutes. Specific Authority 120.113(1) FS. Law Implemented 23.012(3), 120.113(1), 380.06(6) FS. History-New 7-7-76. 22F-1.18 Reaerved. 22F-l.19 Reaerved. Suboart B DevelQPment of Regi9,nal Impact "Procedures in Regulated Juriadictiona 22F-1.20 General Requirements. (1) Chapter 380, Florida Statutes, creates the following requirementa, which are in addition to applicable local land development regulations, for a

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CHAPTER 22Fl GENERAL Supp. No. 72 developer proposing to undertake a development of regional impact within a regulated jurisdiction, unless exempted under Section 380.06(12), Florida Statutes: ( a) Filing an application for development approval pursuant to Section 380.06(6), Florida Statutes; (b) A determination that the application for development approval contains sufficient information pursuant to Section 380.06(6) and 380.06(7) Florida Statutes; ( c) A report and recommendation by the regional planning agency on the regional impact of the proposed development pursuant to Section 380.06(8), Florida Statutes; (d) A development of regional impact public hearing pursuant to Section 380.06(7), Florida Statutes; (e) Issuance of a development of regional impact development order pursuant to Section 380.06(10) and 380.06(11), Florida Statutes. ( 2) A development order approving, or approving with conditions, the proposed development of regional impact shall be issued prior to or concurrently with a final development permit or other authorization to undertake development, and, in all cases, prior to undertaking any development as defined in Chapter 380, Florida Statutes. (3) In accordance with Sections 380.06(6) and 380.06(7), Florida Statutes, the developer shall file completed copies of an application for development approval with the local government having jurisdiction. Copies of the application should also be filed with the appropriate regional planning agency and the Division of State Planning; copies of Form DSP-BLWM-11-76, listed in Rule 22Fl.31, may be obtained from either of them. The application should be filed in accordance with the local government's applicable procedures and as early as possible in its permitting process. The appropriate regional planning agency may be determined by reference to Form DSP-BLWM-15-76, relating to regional planning agencies designated under Chapter 380, Florida Statutes. ( 4) If a proposed development project includes two or more developments of regional impact, a developer may file a comprehensive development of regional impact application for development approval pursuant to Section 380.06(13), Florida Statutes. (5) Pursuant to Section 380.06(7), Florida Statutes, the regional planning agency shall make a determination as to the sufficiency of the information contained in the application. (a) If the agency determines that the application is sufficient to begin review, the agency shall provide written notice to the appropriate local government and the applicant within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the application, stating that the application contains sufficient information for the agency to begin review pursuant to the criteria of Section 380.06(8), Florida Statutes, and that a public hearing date may be set. 4 ( b ) If the agency determines that the application is insufficient, it shall provide written notice to the appropriate local government and the applicant within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the application stating that the application contains insufficient information for the agency to discharge its responsibilities under Section 380.06(8), Florida Statutes, and a statement requesting additional information. Within five (5) working days of the receipt of the statement the applicant shall provide written notice to the local government and the agency that the requested information will be supplied, or will not be supplied, in whole or in part. Upon receipt of the requested information, the agency shall provide written notice to the local government and the applicant pursuant to Section 380.06(7), Florida Statutes. (c) Requests for additional information should be reasonably related to the discharge of the agency's responsibilities under Section 380.06( 8 ), Florida Statutes. (d) The regional planning agency should provide copies of agency requests for additional information and the applicant's response to the Division. Specific Authority 23.0115(1), 23.012(3). 120.53(1) FS. Law Implemented 23.0115(1), 23.012(3), 120.53(1), 380.031, 380.04, 380.05, 380.06(5)-(12) FS. History-New 7-7-76. 22Fl. 21 Notice of Public Hearing. (1) The appropriate local government shall give notice and hold a hearing on the application for development approval of a development of regional impact as required by Section 380.06(7), Florida Statutes. ( 2) The notice of hearing shall state that the proposed development would be a development of regional impact. In addition to noticing the Division of State Planning, and the appropriate regional planning agency, notice shall be given to the appropriate Department of Environmental Regulation district office and to the Tallahassee office, to the appropriate water management district office, established pursuant to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, and to adjacent counties. (3) When a development of regional impact is proposed within the jurisdiction of more than one local government, the local governments, at the request of the developer, may hold a joint public hearing. Specific Authority 120.53(1) FS. Law Implemented 120.53(1), 380.06(5), 380.06(7), FS. History-New 7-76. 2 2 F • 1. 2 2 Regional Report and Recommendations. (1) Upon receipt of the notice of public hearing issued pursuant to Section 380.06(7), Florida Statutes, the appropriate regional planning agency

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Supp.No. 72 GENERAL CHAPTER 22F•l 1ball prepare a report and recommendation, on t~e reaional impact of the proposed development m accordance with the criteria identified in Section 380.06(8), Florida Statute,. ( 2) Copies of the completed report and recommendations shall be submitted by the regional plannin1 a,ency to the local 1overnment, the Division of State Plannin1, and the developer within fifty (50) day1 after receipt by the regional plannin1 agency of notice of public hearin1. (3)(a) When the proposed development of regional impact lies within the review jurisdiction of two or more regional planning agencies, the Division, with the consent of the affected agencies, may designate a lead agency to aaaume responsibility for determinin1 the sufficiency of information contained in the application for development approval and for preparing the regional report and recommendations. (b) Upon completion of the staff report and recommendations, copies should be transmitted to the respective regional planning agencies for formal action. ( c) The regional report and recommendations adopted by formal action of the respective regional planning agencies where pouible should be coordinated and consistent. Upon concurrence by each regional planning agency the report and recommendations should be submitted to the appropriate local governments pursuant to ~ct~on 380.06(8), Florida Statutes. When the revtewmg a1encies are unable to concur in the adoption of a joint report and recommendation,, each agen~y .~Y prepare and submit to the local government with~n its jurisdiction a separate report and recommendations. Spec:Ulc Authority 120.118(1) FS. Law Implemented 120.118(1), 880.081(13), 380.08(11)-(8) FS. History-New 7-7-78. 22F-l.23 Local Development Orders. ( 1) Within thirty (30) days after the development of regional impact public hearing, the local government shall enter a development order pursuant to Section 380.06(7), Florida Statutes, on the application for development approval unlea an extension of time ii granted upon written request by the developer. ( 2) In considering whether the development should be approved, denied, or approved subject to conditions restrictions or limitations, the local 1overnmeZ:t shall consider, -, required by Section 380.06(11), Florida Statutes, whether and the extent to which: (a) The development unreuonably interferes with the achievement of the objectives of an adopted state land development plan applicable to the area; (b) The development ii consistent with the local land development replation1; and (c) The development ii consistent with the report and recommendations of the regional plannin1 a,ency. (3) Local development orders issured pursuant to an application for development approval may include, but lball not be limited to: (a) Findinp of fact by the local government; and (b) A statement that the application for development approval ii approved; or (c) A statement that the application for development approval ii approved subject to conditiom, specifyiq the conditions; or (d) A statement that the application for 5 development approval ii denied, specifying the reasons for denial and changes in the development proposal that would make it eligible to receive a development permit; and ( e ) The period of effectivenesa of the development order; and (f) Condition• under which additional development of regional impact review shall be required; and (g) A statement incorporating into the development order by reference the application for deve opment approval and other relevant written documents; and (h) A substantial deviation clause, specifying standards relating thereto. ( 4) H a development order is issued approving or approving with conditions the application for development approval, subsequent requests for local development permits need not require further development of regional impact review unless otherwise stipulated in the development order. Factors requiring further development of regional impact review may include, but shall not be limited to: (a) A substantial deviation from the terms or conditions in the development order or other changes to the approved development plans which create a reuonable likelihood of adverse regional impacts or other regional impacts which have not been evaluated in the review by the regional plannin1 agency; or (b) Expiration of the period of effectivenesa of the development order; or ( c) A finding of an existing emergency condition. ( 5) Copies of all development orders pertaining to a development of regional impact including any amendments or modifications thereto shall be transmitted by the local governme!].t to the DiV?-8ion of State Planning, to the appropriate regional planning agency, and to the owner or developer of the property subject to such order. Specific Authority 120.113(1) FS. Law Implemented 120.113(1), 380.08(11), 380.08(7), 380.08(11), 380.07(2), 380.08(3) FS. m.tory-New 7-7-76. 22F-1.24 Alternative Review Procedure. (1) It is the purpose of this rule to provide alternative procedural guidelines for the preparation of the application for development approval, ~e review of said application by the regional planning agency, and the decision of the local government on the application for development approval. H used, this rule shall supplement the provisions of this Part. (2) If a proposed development includes one or more developments of regional impact with an extended build-out period, the local government may grant master plan or conceptual approval of the development subject to subsequent review by the appropriate regional planning agency of increme~ts or phalel of the development or of unresolved 188Ues related to regional impacts, pursuant to the requirements of Section 380.06, Florida Statutes. Where 1uch a procedure ii appropriate, the developer should consult with the local government and the regional plannin1 agency rep.rding information to be provided and the timing of review of phases, increments, or illuea related to reponal impacts of the proposed development. (3) In addition to any recommendations included in the report prepared pursuant to Section

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CHAPTER 22Fl GENERAL Supp.No. 72 380.06(8), Florida Statutes, the regional planning agency should specify those issues related to regional impacts of the development which have been sufficiently reviewed, i f approval is recommended, and those issues which would be subject to further review upon submission of subsequent phases or increments of the proposed development. The regional planning agency should make recommendations on the phases, increments, and issues related to regional impacts in need or subsequent review for consideration by the local government in formulating a development order pursuant to Section 380.06, Florida Statutes. ( 4) In its development order, the local government may require subsequent review of phases, increments, or issues related to regional impacts or the proposed development pursuant to the requirements of Section 380.06, Florida Statutes. The development order should be consistent with the report and recommendations or the regional planning agency in providing for further review. Any development approval granted should be based upon adequate review and resolution or the regional impacts or the approved level or development. Approval of any conceptual or master plan shall not be construed as approval or subsequent phases or increments when review of subsequent phases or increments is required by the development order. ( 5) This rule shall not be construed to limit or modify the statutory responsibility of the regional planning agency to determine the sufficiency or information contained in any application for development approval pursuant to Section 380.06( i), Florida Statutes. In making said determination, the regional planning agency shall give due consideration to the reasonable availability or sufficient reliable information and, where appropriate, the necessity for subsequent review of phases, increments, or issues related to regional impacts. This rule shall not be construed to limit or modify the authority, responsibilities, or prerogative or local government in complying with Section 380.06, Florida Statutes. Specific Authority 20.0l'l(5), 23.0115(1), 23.012(3), 120.l'l3(1) FS. Law Implemented 23.0lll'l(l), 23.012(3), 120.53(1), 380.06(6)-(11), 380.06(13) FS. History-New 7-7-76. 22F-l.25 Reserved. 22Fl.26 Reserved. Subpart C -DRI Procedures in Unregulated Jurisdictions 22F-l.27 Ninety Day Notice Requirement. (1) Prior to undertaking development, a ~evelop~r proposing a development of regional impact m an unregulated jurisdiction shall submit a written notice to the Division or State Planning and to any local government having jurisdiction to adopt zoning or subdivision regulations for the area in which the development is proposed. The notice to the Division of State Planning shall be by a completed copy or Form DSP-BLWM-14-76 as listed in Rule 22F-1.31. The Corm shall be transmitted by certified mail, to establish a date certain or receipt. (2) Within ninety days or receipt or the Corm specified in subsection ( 1 ) or this rule : (a) Any local government with jurisdiction may adopt zoning or subdivision regulations. If a zoning or subdivision regulation is adopted during the ninety day period, the developer shall file an 6 applicatio n for development approval as required by ~ction 380.06(6). Florida Statutes, to commence development of regional impact review and permitting procedures. (b) The state may designate the area within which the development is proposed as an area or critical state concern. If such an area or critical state concern is designated during the ninety day period, the developer shall comply with the requirements set forth in Section 380.05, Florida Statutes, and Rule 22F-1.30 of these rules. (3) If, after ninety days from the receipt of the notice specified in subsection (1), no zoning or subdivision regulations have been adopted by the local government, nor an area of critical state concern designated, the developer may undertake the proposed development of regional impact. (4) Any substantial changes from the proposed development as set forth in the notice to the Division or State Planning specified in subsection (1) of this rule shall require a new ninety day notice under Section 380.06(5)(c), Florida Statutes. Specific Authority 120.53(1) FS. Law Implemented 120.l'l3(1), 380.05(13), 380.06(5) FS. History-New 7-7. 22F-l.28 Reserved. 22F-1.29 Reaerved. Subpart D Developments of Regional Impact Procedures in Areas of Critical State Concern 22F1.30 Areas of Criti cal State Concern. If a proposed development or regional impact is located within an area of critical state concern the developer shall be subject to the requirements or Section 380.06, relating to development of regional impact review and permitting procedures, when the rule designating the area of critical state concern so provides. Specific Authority 120.l'l3(1) FS. Law Implemented 120.l'l3(1), 380.05(13), 380.06(1'l), 380.06(10), 380.06(11) FS. History-New 7-7. 22F-1.31 Forms. (1) The attached Corms are prescribed for use with these rules: (a) Form Number DSP-BLWM-11-76, relating to Developments of Regional Impact Application for Development Approval the use or which shall not be required prior to July 1, 1976; (b) Form Number DSP-BLWM-12-76, relatin11: to Application for a Binding Letter or Vested Rights; (c) Form Number DSP -BLWM1 3-7 6 , relating to Application for a Binding Letter on ORI sta t us ; (d) Form Number DSP-BLWM-14-76, r elating to Notice of Intent to Undertake a Development or Regional Impact in an Unregulated Jurisdiction; and (e) Form Number DSPBLWM-15-76, relating to regional planning agencies designated under Chapter 380, Florida Statutes. (2) These Corms may be obtained without cost from the appropriate regional planning agency or by making written request to: Bureau or Land and Water Management Division of State Planning 660 Apalachee Parkway Tallahassee, Florida 32304 Specific Authority 120.l'l3 FS. Law Implemented 120. l'l3, 380.031(13), 380.06(4)(6) FS. History-New.

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DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT APPLICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL UNDER SECTION 380.06(6}, FLORIDA STATUTES STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION DIVISION OF STATE PLANNING 660 Apalachee Parkway Tallahassee, Florida 32304 904-488-4925

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Section(s) PART I. 1 2,3,4 5,6,7 8,9 10 PART II. 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT APPLICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL UNDER SECTION 380.06(6) FLORIDA STATUTES CONTENTS Subject Application Information and Instructions Statement of Intent Applicant Information Development Information Permit Information Statement of Purpose Instructions General Section Maps General Project Description Environment and Natural Resources: Environment and Natural Resources: Environment and Natural Resources: Environment and Natural Resources: Environment and Natural Resources: Environment and Natural Resources: Air Land Water Wetlands Flood Plains Vegetation & Wildlife Environment and Natural Resources: Historical and Archaeological Sites Economy: Employment and Economic Characteristics Public Facilities: Wastewater Management Public Facilities: Drainage Public Facilities: Water Supply Public Facilities: Solid Waste Public Facilities: Energy Public Facilities: Education Public Facilities: Recreation and Open Space Public Facilities: Health Care Public Facilities: Police Public Facilities: Fire Public Transportation Facilities: Transportation Considerations Housing: Provisions of Residential Units PART III. Specific ORI Information 33 Airports 34 Attractions and Recreation Facilities 35 Electrical Transmission Lines 36 Hospitals 37 Industrial Plants and Industrial Parks 38 Mining Operation 39 Office Parks 40 Petroleum Storage Facilities 41 Port Facilities 42 Schools 43 Shopping Centers Page Number 1 1 1 1 2 3-4 5-6 6-7 7 8 9 9 9 10 10 10-12 12-13 13-14 14-15 16 17 17-18 18 18 19 19 19-20 20-22 23-24 24 24-25 25-26 26 26-27 28 28 29-30 30 30

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STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION DIVISION OF STATE PLANNING BUREAU OF LAND AND WATER MANAGEMENT 660 APALACHEE PARKWAY TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32304 DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT Application for Development Approval Under Section 380.06(6), Florida Statutes PART I. Application Information and Instructions. 1. I, -------------------, the undersigned owner (authorized representative) of , hereby propose to undertake a -------,-----------(developer) Development of Regional Impact as defined in Section 380.06, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 22F-2. __ , Florida Administrative Code. In support thereof I submit the following information concerning -----------------(name of development) which information is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. (date 2. Applicant (name, address, phone). 3. Authorized Agent (name, address, phone). Signature of owner or Authorized Representative 4. Attach the names and addresses of all persons having fee simple or lesser estate in the site. S. Attach a legal description of the development site. Include section, township and range. 6. Type of Development of Regional Impact and size (as defined in Chapter 22F-2, Florida Administrative Code). For residential DRI's, indicate site area, number of dwelling units and ultimate population. 7. Have you requested a ORI binding letter of interpretation or vested rights determination from the Division of State Planning pursuant to Section 380.06(4), Florida Statutes? If yes, attach a copy of Exhibit A of the application for a binding letter of interpretation and a copy of the Division of State Planning's response. 8. List all local governments with jurisdiction over the proposed development. 9. List all agencies ,(local, state and federal) from which approval and/or a permit must be obtained prior to initiation of development. Indicate the permit or approval for each agency.

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Statement of Purpose The Development of Regional Impact (DRI) Application for Development Approval (ADA) is intended to provide information to local governments to assist them in making decisions concerning developments having a greater than local impact. Just as the DRI process is not intended to supplant local, state, or federal permitting procedures, neither is the ADA meant to be a substitute for substantive or technical reports required pursuant to such permits. Rather, the ADA provides a comprehensive look at a proposed development and serves as the basic data source for the preparation of the regional planning agency's report and recommendations to the local government on the regional impact of the proposed development. The regional planning agency, in fulfilling their responsibilities under Chapter 380, Florida Statutes, will use this base information provided by a developer to consider whether, and the extent to which: (a) The development will have a favorable or unfavorable impact on the environment and natural resources of the region; (b) The development will have a favorable or unfavorable impact on the economy of the region; (c) The development will efficiently use or unduly burden water, sewer, solid waste disposal, or other necessary public facilities; (d) The development will efficiently use or unduly burden public t~ansportation facilities; (e) The development will favorably or adversely affect the ability of people to find adequate housing reasonably accessible to their places of employment; and (f) The development complies or does not comply with such other criteria for determining regional impact as the regional planning agency shall deem appropriate. The preparation of the Application for Development Approval is the initial step in the development of regional impact process which establishes the framework for a cooperative planning effort between the developer, the local government, regional agency, and federal and state agencies. Therefore, the developer should contact the appropriate local government and regional planning agency before beginning the preparation of this application. -2 -

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10. Instructions A. If a Development of Regional Impact is proposed in a regulated area (the local government has adopted either zoning or subdivision regulations), applicants proposing residential Developments of Regional Impact must complete Part I and Part II of this Application. Applicants proposing nonresidential DRI's, must complete all applicable questions in Part I and Part II, as well as appropriate portions of Part III dealing with specific types of Developments of Regional Impact. B. If a comprehensive ORI application is filed pursuant to Section 380.06(13), Florida Statutes, responses to Part I I should be distinguished separately for each type of ORI and then given for the total proposed development. C. As provided for in Section 380.04, Florida statues, a Development of Regional Impact includes all other development customarily associated with it. Therefore, an applicant proposing a ORI with ancillary land uses that are not of ORI magnitude (for example, a 100,000 square foot neighborhood shopping center within a residential ORI) must include information regarding those ancillary uses in the appropriate portions of this application, (for example, impervious surface area would be significant with regard to the shopping center example given above, and the information should be included in response to Question 22-B.) o. All information supplied must be accurate, up-to-date, and complete. E. Where a format and units of measurement for information are specified, these must be followed. If the specified format requires the provision of information by development phases, each phase indicated must relate to those designated in Question 12-A, and the final entries must relate to development completion and full operation or utilization as designated in Question 12-B. 3

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F. All responses to questions are to be contained in the body of the application. Reference to reports prepared for other purposes is not acceptable. However, such reports may be attached as appendices. G. Any information pertinent to the development which has not been specifically requested in this form may be incorporated by the applicant within an appropriate section of this application. H. All narrative responses should be in an 8~ x 11" format and should begin with the appropriate question from this application. Include a table of contents. I. Include a bibliography of the information sources utilized in answering this application, along with the names, addresses and telephone numbers of any consultants, agencies, or other persons who contributed to or completed sections of this application. J. Identify all methodologies, models, assumptions, and standards used in obtaining or evaluating any information provided in this application. K. Applicants should be prepared to supply, upon request, relevant background data used to obtain any information contained in this application. L. "Region" is defined as those state sub-districts which have been designated by the Secretary of the Department of Administration. M. At least one copy of the completed application must be submitted to each of the following: (1) the appropriate local government(s), (2) the appropriate regional planning agency, and (3) the Division of State Planning. Contact the appropriate local and regional planning agencies for the exact number of copies required by each agency. 4

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Part II. General Section 11. Maps The following maps shall accompany this application. Scales for all maps should be determined in consultation wi.th the appropriate regional planning agency and the appropriate local government. Scales shall be clearly indicated on each map and dates of preparation and revision should be included. A. A general location map. (Map A) B. A recent vertical aerial photo of site with project boundaries delineated. (Map B) C. A topographic map with project boundaries identified (contour intervals from one to five feet should be determined in consultation with the appropriate regional planning agency and local government, based on topographic characteristics of the site). Delineate 100-year flood prone areas (including hurricane flood zones) and indicate_major land surface features. (Map C) D. A land use map (refer to 12-B) showing existing uses on and abutting the site. (Map D) E. A soils map of the site. (Map E) If available, u.s.D.A. Soil Conservation Service (SCS) published soils surveys are preferable. F. A vegetation associations map indicating the total acreage of each association, based on the Level III vegetation types described in The Florida Land Use and Cover Classification System: A Technical Report, available from each regional planning council. (Map F) G. A master drainage plan for the site. Delineate existing and proposed drainage areas, water retention areas, drainage structures, drainage easements, canals and other major drainage features. (Map G) H. A master development plan for the site. Indicate proposed land uses, development phasing, major public facilities, utilities, easements, 5

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rights-of-way, roads, thoroughfares and other significant elements. This plan will provide the basis for discussion in Question 1 ' 2-A as well as other questions in the ADA. (Map H) I. A map of the service areas of all existing and proposed public facilities (e.g., sewage, water supply, fire protection, public transit, hospitals, emergency medical facilities, etc.) which serve the site. (Map I). J. A map of the existing highway and transportation network within the primary impact area. The primary impact area includes the site, and normally extends at least five miles beyond the development boundary; however, this area should be defined in consultation with the appropriate regional planning agency and local government and should be clearly delineated on this map. Map J will become the base for the maps requested in Questions 31-C and 31-D. (Map J) 12. General Project Description A. Referring to Map H, describe and discuss in general term~ all major elements of the proposed development in its completed form. Include in this discussion the proposed phases (or stages) of development, magnitude in the appropriate uni ts from Chapter 22F-2, F .A.C., and expected beginning and completion dates for construction. For non-residential DRI's also include target dates for facility operation or utilization. If the development will have a proposed buildout of 10 years or less, phasing should be shown on an annual or bi-annual basis. If the proposed buildout is greater than 10 years, phasing should be shown as appropriate. B. Provide a breakdown of the existing and proposed land uses on the site for each phase of development through completion of the project. Use Level II of The Florida Land Use and Cover Classification System: A Technical Report, available from each regional planning council. Refer to Maps D (existing land use) and H (Master Plan). Use the format below and treat each land use category as mutually exclusive. 6

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EXISTING AND PROPOSED LAND USES expan d th h e cart as necessary to acconnno ate a 1t1ona d dd' 1 1 d an uses PHASE TYPE: (specify) TYPE: (specify) TOTAL Acres % of Site Acres % of Site Acres.. % of Site ,, Existing 100% Phase 1 100% Phase . 100% Phase . 100% Phase n 100% TOTALS 100% C. Provide a general discussion of the site planning approach to be utilized for this project. Include as part of the discussion considerations of unique topographical and other features involved in the site planning process. 13. Environment and Natural Resources: Air A. Estimate average daily emissions in pounds per day by type and source. Use the following format: AVERAGE DAILY EMISSIONS PHASE Particulates Hydrocarbons NOX SOX co OTHER 1 . . . n (specify) B . Will a complex source permit be required pursuant to Chapter 17-2.04, Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation? If an application for this permit has been prepared, it may be substituted for the appropriate portions of this section. c . What steps will be taken to reduce emissions and to minimize adverse effects? 7

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14. Environment and Natural Resources: Land Soil Name and A . Provide a description of each of the soils indicated on Map E utilizing the following format: SOIL DESCRIPTION AND INTERPRET ATI ONS Brief Soil Depth Seasonal High Permeability Degree and Description to W;:,t-pr Table Rate Kind of Map Symbol Rock Depth Duration (in/hour) Limitation Degree and Kind of Limitation For Low For Pond Buildings Embankments I * I * I i I I I i I l * Appropriate responses include: slight, moderate, severe, and very severe, as defined by the scs. B . Where the degree of limitations are very severe, severe, or moderate for a particular soil, discuss how each of these limitations will be overcome, and what site alterations will be necessary both for the present developer and any subsequent developers or owners. C . Is the development located in a n a rea of known mineral deposits? If so, specify. Will extraction of any mineral resources occur on-site, even though ancillary to the operation of the project? D . What steps will be taken during construction and maintenance at full development to prevent or control wind and water soil erosion? Include a description of proposed plans for clearing and grading as related to erosion control. E. Describe any unique geologic features of the site, and discuss what aspects of the site plan will be used to compensate for or take advantage of them. 8 i ' I !

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15. Environment and Natural Resources: Water A. Describe the existing hydrologic conditions (ground and surface water) on and abutting the site, including identification and discussion of any potential aquifer recharge areas. B. Describe in terms of appropriate water quality parameters the existing ground and surface water quality conditions on and abutting the sit~ which will be influenced by this development. 16. Environment and Natural Resources: Wetlands A. How many acres of wetlands are found on the site? For these purposes, wetlands are described as areas which are subjected to permanent or prolonged periods of inundation or saturation (water is at the soil surface at least two to seven months, seven out of ten years), and/or which exhibit vegetative communities and/or soil types characteristic of this hydro-period. The Florida Land Use and Cover Classification System: A Technical Report, includes a detailed wetlands definition and is available from each regional planning council. B. What alterations or disturbances to the wetlands are proposed? C. What wetland areas will be preserved in their natural or existing state? Describe the planning approach that will be utilized to accomplish this preservation 17. Environment and Natural Resources: Flood Plains A. Is any development proposed within the 100-year flood prone area as identified by the Federal Insurance Administration? If so, indicate whether all floor elevations will be above the 100-year flood prone level, and discuss methods which will be used to compensate for the potential flood hazard. B. Does the local jurisdiction in which this developnent is proposed qualify for federal flood insurance? If so, attach a letter of verification from the local government. 9

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18. Environment and Natural Resources: Vegetation and Wildlife A. Identify the dominant species and other unusual or unique features of the vegetation associations delineated on Map F, and specify their ecological function, health and conditions. B. Are any rare or endangered plants found on the site? If so, what measures will be taken to protect these species? C. What wildlife (including aquatic life) nest, feed, reside on or migrate to the site? What measures will be taken to protect this wildlife and their habitats? D. Are any of the wildlife listed under (C) above considered endangered or threatened species? If so, provide a detailed statement on what steps will be taken to protect them and their breeding, nesting, and feeding areas. 19. Environment and Natural Resources: Historical and Archaeological Sites A. Are there any historical or archaeological sites on the development site? If so, describe and locate on Map D. Documentation may be attached in the form of a letter from the Secretary of State's Office, Division of Archives, History and Records Management, indicating the need for, or results of, an archaeological or historical survey. B. If any historical or archaeological sites were listed under (A) above, provide a statement as to the steps that will be taken to protect them and to provide public access, where appropriate. 20. Economy: Employment and Economic Characteristics A. Provide a projection of the estimated construction expenditures by development phase. Break down by type (labor, materials, professional services, administrative, overhead, etc.) and estimate what percent.of these expenditures will be spent within the region. For labor, estimate the number of construction employees during each phase of development. 10

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B. For non-residential development, project the number of non-construction permanent employees at the completion of each development phase, using appropriate Division and two-digit (i.e. Major Group) Standard Industrial Classifications (e.g., Mining -metal mining, Retail Trade -food stores, Services -business services, etc.). Include estimated annual payroll. If the number of employees will vary seasonally, specify. C. For all types of development, provide a breakdown by income group for all construction employment using the format below. For non-residential developments, also provide an additional breakdown by income group for non-construction, permanent employment using the format below. CONSTRUCTION/NON-CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYMENT Under $5,000-$ 7,000-$10,000-$15,000-Over PHASE $5,000 6 ,999 9 ,999 14,999 24,999 $25,000 Phase 1 . . n D. For non-residential development, indicate whether non-construction employment in the project requires specialized skills or training. Will any employees require training in specialized skills at educational facilities in the region? Are such training programs present!~ available? E. Estimate what percentage of the non-construction, permanent employees will be found locally, and what percentage must be drawn from outside the region. If these percentages will vary throughout the project life, specify. F. What will be the loss of agricultural or forestry resources on the site as a result of the proposed plan of development? Refer to existing land use (Map D), proposed Master Plan (Map H) and response to question 12-B. Specify losses of acreage, annual crop yield, dollar values, etc. 11

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G. If the development will contain a residential element, specify the percentage of demands for employment, retail trade and services, generated by the residents, that will be satisfied within the project (i.e., through the provision of other land uses on the site, etc.). H. Will the project receive assistance from federal, state or other governmental funding programs? If so, from what agency and what is the amount? I. Has a market study been prepared for the proposed development? If so, a copy should be attached. If not, describe in general terms how the demand for this project was determined. J. Provide an analysis of the estimated average annual ad valorem tax yield from the proposed development during each phase of development. Indicate all assumptions and standards, including assessed value, exemptions, millage rate, etc. K. Estimate the capital improvement costs that will be borne by the local government for installation of all public facilities and transportation improvements not provided by the developer. 21. Public Facilities: Wastewater Management A. Project average daily flow in MGD of wastewater generated by the development at the end of each phase of development. If applicable, provide a table describing the volume and characteristics of any industrial or other effluents. B. Will on-site treatment and disposal be provided? If so, provide a description of the proposed system, including the method and degree of treatment and the quality of effluent. Also specify the expected life of the facility. To what extent will this facility be capable of meeting the demands generated by the project for all phases of development? Who will operate and maintain the internal collection 12

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and treatment facilities? Specify receiving bodies or other means of effluent disposal. If spray irrigation will be used, specify location and approximate area of spray fields, current water table conditions, proposed rate of application and back-up system capacity. Indicate the volume of sludge and the proposed methods for its treatment and disposal. C. If septic tanks will be used on site, indicate the number of units to be served, general locations, and any plans for eventual phase-out. D. If off-site wastewater treatment is planned, attach a letter from the agency or firm providing treatment outlining: (1) the present and projected excess capacity of the treatment and transmission facilities to which connection will be made at present and for each phase through completion of the project, (2) any other commitments that have been made for this excess capacity, and (3) a statement of ability to provide service at all times during or after development. (The agency must be supplied with the sewage generation information in (A) above.) 22. Public Facilities: Drainage A. Describe the various elements of the~proposed drainage system shown on Map G and discuss the design capacity criteria to be used for the various elements. Include information as to what design storm (e.g. 10 year-24 hour, 25 year-24 hour, etc.) will be used for what portions of the system. B. From Map G, indicate the total number of acres in each drainage area, and specify the acreage of any portions of drainage areas outside the site boundaries. Indicate the total acres and storage capacity of proposed retention areas, and the total acres of proposed impervious surfaces. 13

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C. Specify and compare the volume and quality of runoff from the site in its existing condition to the anticipated runoff at the end of each phase of development. Indicate what provisions will be incorporated in the design of the drainage system to minimize any increase in runoff from the site and to minimize any degradation of water quality in the ultimate receiving body over that occurring in its pre-development state. Indicate the major points of discharge for storm water. D. Who will operate and maintain the drainage system after completion of the development? 23. Public Facilities: Water Supply Phase A. Provide a projection of the average daily potable and non-potable water demands at the end of each phase of development. If significant seasonal demand variations will occur, discuss anticipated peaks and duration. Use the format below: (Specify what consumption rates have been assumed in this analysis). POTABLE/NON-POTABLE WATER DEMAND Potable Water Non-Potable Water Total Water Phase Demand (MGD) Demand (MGD) Demand (MGD) Existing I Phase 1 . . n B. Provide a breakdown of sources of water supply, both potable and non-potable, by development phase through project completion. Use the format below and provide a separate table for each. POTABLE/NON-POTABLE WATER SUPPLY (MGD) On-Site Supply Off-Site Supply Ground Water Surface Water Other Total (specify) Existing Phase 1 . . n 14

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C. If water wells exist on-site, locate them on Map Hand specify those that will continue to be used. Also locate on Map Hall proposed on-site wells, except that for residential developments, if individual wells for each lot are proposed, indicate the number of units to be served, general locations, and any plans for eventual phase-out. Indicate the diameter, depth, and pumping rates (average and maximum) for each of the existing wells and project this information for the proposed wells (for lots served by individual wells, this information may be grouped for projection purposes). Also provide a breakdown of the wells with regard to potable and non-potable sources. D. Who will operate and maintain the internal water supply system after completion of the development? E . If an off-site water supply is planned, attach a letter from the agency or firm providing service outlining: (1) the projected excess capacities of the water supply facilities to which connection will be made at present and for each phase through completion of the project, (2) any other commitments that have been made for this excess capacity, (3) a statement of the agency or firm' s ability to provide service at all times during and after development. (The agency must be supplied with the water demand and supply tables in paragraphs A and B above). F. What steps will be taken to insure that water pressure and flow will be adequate for fire protection for the type of construction proposed? 15

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24. Public Facilities: Solid Waste A. Provide a projection of the average daily volumes of solid waste generated at the completion of each phase of development. Use the format below: SOLID WASTE GENERATION Industrial or other Domestic Solid Waste Special wastes (specify) Phase Cubic Yards/Day Tons/Day Ton s/Day Existing Phase l . . n B. If on-site solid waste disposal will be provided, specify: (1) the method of disposal and/or recycling, (2) the capacity and life of operation, (3) the location and area of disposal site, (4) the methods or techniques which will be utilized to prevent ground water contamination, and (5) who will operate and maintain the on-site operation. C. If off-site solid waste disposal is planned, attach a letter from the agency or firm providing service outlining: (1) the projected excess capacity of the facilities serving the development at present and for each phase through completion of the project, (2) any other commitments that have been made for this excess capacity, (3) a statement of the agency' s or firm' s ability to provide service at all times during and after development (the agency or firm must be supplied with the solid waste generation table in (A) above. 16

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25. Public Facilities: Energy A. Provide a projection of the average daily energy demands at the end of each development phase for each of the following: electrical power, gas, oil, coal, etc. For electrical power, also provide the peak hour demand at the end of each phase. B. If there is to be an on-site electrical generating facility (post-construction) what is its capacity and use? C. If electrical power is to be obtained from an off-site source, attach a letter from the firm or agency providing service outlining: (1) the projected excess capacities of the electrical generation facility and transmission line to which connection will be made at present and for each phase through completion of the project, (2) any other commitments that have been made for this excess capacity, (3) a statement of the supplier's ability to provide service at all times during and after development. (The supplier must be provided with electrical power demand information in (A) above.) D. What considerations relative to energy conservation have been incorporated into the site planning, building design and equipment selection for this project? E. If alternative energy sources have been considered for this development, why were these alternatives selected or discarded? (e.g., solar energy systems, etc.) 26. Public Facilities: Education A. If the development contains residential units, estimate the number of school age children expected to reside in the development. 17

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Reference this information to Section 32 on housing characteristics. Use class breakdowns appropriate to the area in which the development is located (specify on chart below): SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN BY LEVEL Phase Elementary Middle High Total I ( K -) ( -) ( -) Existing Phase l . I I . I n ' : ' I B . Will school facilities or s ites be dedicated or otherwise provided on the site? C . Attach a letter from the appropriate school board, acknowledging receipt of the estimated school age population information in (A) above, and providing a statement of what capital improvement adjustments would be necessary to accommodate these students. 27 . Public Facilities: Recreation and Open Space A. Describe recreational facilities and open space (including acreage) which will be provided on-site. Locate on Map H. Will these areas or facilities be open to the general public? B . Will the development remove from public access lands or waters previously used by residents of the region for hunting, fishing, boating or other recreation uses? Specify. C . Will parks and open space be dedicated to the city or county? If not, who will maintain the facilities? 28 . Public Facilities: Health Care What medical or health care facilities will be provided on-site? Specify type, size, population to be served, etc., and locate on Map H. 18

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29. Public Facilities: Police What police protection services, facilities, or sites will be dedicated or otherwise provided on-site? Describe the services or facilities, specify any conditions of dedication, and locate on Map H. 30. Public Facilities: Fire What fire protection services, facilities or sites will be dedicated or otherwise provided on-site? Describe the services or facilities, specify any conditions of dedication, and locate on Map H. 31. Public Transportation Facilities: Transportation Considerations A. Using Map J as a base, indicate existing conditions on the highway network within the primary impact area (as previously defined by Map J), including ADT, peak-hour trips, directional traffic load, level of service and roadway capacity. What improvements or new facilities, which will have an influence on this proposed development! are planned or programmed? Attach a letter from the appropriate agency stating the current status of the planned improvements. B. Provide a projection of traffic not generated by this development, on the highway network within the primary impact area at the end of each phase of development. C. Provide a projection of vehicle trips expected to be generated by this development at the end of each phase of development. State all standards and assumptions used, including trip generation rates by land use types, modal split, persons per vehicle, etc. D. Estimate the internal/external split for the generated trips at the end of each phase of development as shown in (C) above. Use the format below and include a discussion of what aspects of the development (i.e., provision of on-site shopping and recreation facilities, 19

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on-site employment opportunities, etc.) will account for this internal/external split. INTERNAL/EXTERNAL SPLIT -VEHICLE TRIPS Vehicle Trips (ADT) Peak Hour Vehicle Trips Phase Internal External Internal External Phase 1 . . n E. Using Map J as a base, assign the trips generated by this development as shown in (C) above and show separately the traffic not generated by this development as shown in (B) above to the highway network within the. primary impact area, and include ADT, peak-hour trips and directional traffic load. If necessary, provide a separate Map J for each phase of development showing expected conditions at the end of each phase. F. Based on projected trips as shown in (E) above, what modifications in the highway network (including intersections) will be necessary as a result of this development? Specify improvements needed initially and at the end of each phase of development. G. What steps will be taken in the planning and design of the development to accommodate existing and proposed public transit systems? Refer to internal design, site planning, parking provisions, location, etc. What provisions will be made for the movement of people by means other than private automobile? 32. Housing: Provision of Residential Units A. Provide a breakdown of the proposed construction of residential units by price or rental range, type of unit (e.g., single-family detached, garden apartment, townhouse, mobile home, etc.) and number of bedrooms. (If the applicant does not intend to construct the units, estimate the information.) Use the format below for each phase of development. 20

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OWNER OCCUPIED UNITS (Phase $ Range Type of 1 lBR 2BR 3BR 4 or I TOTAL l Unit more BR i , 1 Under 10,000 I ' $10,000-19,999 i 20 ,000-24,999 I 25 ,000-34,999 I ! 35,000-49, 999 over $50,00 0 (specify range) I I I RENTAL UNITS ( Phase Type of lBR 2BR 3BR 4 or I TOTAL Rent Range Unit mor e BR Under $100 $100-149 $150-199 $200-249 $250-299 I over $300 ,(specify range) B. What number and percent of lots will be sold without constructed dwelling units? What is the extent of improvements to be made on these lots prior to sale? C. What will be the "target group" for the marketing effort for residential units and lots? Break down by number , per cent and type the dwelling units to be marketed for retired persons, families, singles, etc. Wha t portion will be marketed as second o r vacation homes? D . How will the marketing effort for residential units and lots be distributed: 1) within the region, 2) within the state, or 3) outside the state? 21

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E. Is the development registered or will registration be required with the Division of Florida Land Sales under Chapter 478, Florida Statutes? Will the development be registered with the H.U.D., Office of Interstate Land Sales Registration or with other states? F. What are the net and gross residential densities for the overall project and for each development phase as shown on the proposed master plan? (Map H) 22

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PART III. SPECIFIC ORI INFORMATION 33. Airports A. For the proposed development, indicate the existing and projected: (project this data through the useful life of the project.) (1) airport classification, (2) number of runways and length, (3) types of aircraft which use the facility, (4) annual enplaned passengers, (5) type and annual tons of cargo, and (6) annual aircraft operations by type. B. Has authorization under the Federal Airport and Airway Development Act of 1970, Title 49, United States Code, Section 1701 et seq. been requested? If so, attach a copy of the application and approval, if any. c. What are present and proposed flight patterns? What is the existing land use within these flight patterns? Attach Noise Exposure Forecast contours in values ranging from 20 to 50 units in 5 Noise Exposure Forecast increments. D. What agency or authority exercises land development controls over land use encompassed within the flight patterns or other areas adjacent to the airport? E. Project subsidiary development on site, adjacent to the site, or on sites over which any airport agency or authority exercises land development controls. Include cargo authority handling facilities, warehouses, aircraft maintenance and overhaul facilities, industrial parks, etc. 23

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F. What are the existing and proposed linkages to other transportation systems in the region? Specify extensions or improvements to those systems that will be required to serve the proposed facility. 34. Attractions and Recreation Facilities A. What is the projected high, low, and average daily attendance at the facility? Specify the season if applicable. B. Estimate the number of customers utilizing other than automotive transportation to reach the region and the site. Specify the transportation systems and facilities to be utilized, their location, present and planned capacities. C. If any transportation systems and facilities are to be owned, operated, or managed by the applicant, specify how these interface with other systems and facilities in'the region. 35. Electrical Transmission Lines A. Provide a map showing the new transmission line in relation to the existing transmission system in the region. B. For the proposed transmission line, indicate: (1) voltage and thermal/transfer capability (MW or MVA), (2) number of circuits, and (3) type and size of typical tower structure (attach a sketch). C. What is the purpose of the proposed transmission line. (For example: to tie into a regional grid, upgrade or replace an existing facility, provide service to new customers, etc.) D. Identify alternative corridors which have been investigated for this transmission line. Specify reasons why all of these corridors were discarded in favor of this proposed route. If plans do not call for the sharing of existing transmission line corridors, state the reasons for not attempting to do so. 24

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E. What is the width of right-of-way clear-cut in feet? State length and total acres of use. F. What joint or multiple land uses will be promoted or encouraged in this right-of-way? G. Describe maintenance procedures for both lines and right-of-way and any potential effects on wildlife, water quality, etc. H. If the proposed transmission line will cross any parks, recreation areas, national or state forests, wildlife refuges or management areas, etc., describe the potential impacts and steps which will be taken to alleviate these. I. Describe any electromagnetic or electrostatic effects (TV and radio interference, audible noise, production of ozone and oxides of nitrogen, etc.) which will result from the proposed transmission line. 36. Hospitals A. For the proposed development, indicate: (1) design capacity, (2) service area, (3) types of medical services to be provided: i.e., outpatient, emergency, etc., (4) projected number of licensed beds by development phase, (5) projected utilization rate by development phase, and (6) schedule of cost per unit of service. B. If the proposed facility is to be part of a general medical complex, indicate the other types of related facilities to be provided. C. Has an application for a certificate of need under Section 381.494, Florida Statutes, been submitted? If so, attach a copy of the completed application, comments by the reviewing Areawide Health 25

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Planning Council or Health Services Agency, and the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services' response. 37. Industrial Plants and Industrial Parks. A. Indicate the types of operations that will occupy the site using appropriate Division and two-digit Standard Industrial Classifications. B. What supplier and other supporting industry are required within the region by the proposed development? Estimate to what degree these linkages will require the location in the region of supporting industrial and commercial activity. C. Will the proposed operations require the expansion of any transportation systems and facilities in the region (rail, truck terminals, etc.)? D. How many shifts per day are expected and what will be the average number of employees per shift? Specify approximate hours of shift. Will this vary through the project life? E. Will the firms occupying the site be new to the region, new branches of existing operations, or relocations of existing operations in the region? 38. Mining Operation A. For the proposed development, indicate: (1) type of mining operation, (2) mineral being mined, (3) proposed annual area in acres to be mined and total annual area disturbed by mining, roads, overburden deposit, processing, etc. (Specify total ultimate area to be mined or disturbed.), and (4) estimated annual extraction of minerals, amount of spoils and amount of overburden (in tons). B. What steps will be taken to insure the maximum effective extraction of the mineral resources? 26

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C. Discuss the proposed water use plans in terms of daily withdrawal, consumptive use, source of supply, recycling, type of use, quality and method of treatment, and point and amount of discharge. D. Discuss the effects of the water withdrawals on adjacent aquifers, in terms of quantity, quality and pressure. Are test wells or monitoring wells planned, to evaluate drawdown effects? E. What provisions, if any, will be made for periodic inspection and maintenance of retaining dikes? F. Is on-site processing of ore or minerals planned? If so, specify type and location of operation. G. What is the potential for the release of radioactive materials into ground water, surface water or into the air? Discuss in detail what measures will be taken to minimize any such releases. H. Reclamation: (1) Describe in detail the proposed reclamation program, including the annual reclamation schedule. (2) What portion (in acres and percent) of the total mined and disturbed area will be reclaimed? (3) What use will be made of the reclaimed land? Specify the utility and capacity of the reclaimed land to support a variety of alternative uses. I. To what location(s) will the minerals being mined on the site be shipped? Include all trans-shipment points. Will further processing occur at these locations. J. By what transportation mode will the minerals be shipped? Specify all carriers, and provide a percentage breakdown by mode. K. Will the proposed mining operations require any expansion of transportation facilities in the region (rail, port, etc.)? 27

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39. Office Parks A. Will the firms engaged in business in the proposed office park be new to the region, new branches of existing operations, or relocations of existing operations in the region? B. What type of operations will occupy the office: i.e. , corporate headquarters, direct customer service, etc. ? C. What is the service area of major occupants of the office park? D. If available what will be the cost range per unit or square foot for tenants to occupy the site? 40. Petroleum Storage Facilities A . For the proposed development, indicate: (1) total storage capacity (in barrels), (2) number of tanks, (3) proximity of development to navigable waters (in feet), (4) amount of space between tanks, (5) type and purpose of facilities: i.e. , refinery storage, trans-shipment point, pumping station, terminal for off-shore activities, etc. (6) kinds of petroleum to be stored, and amounts of each kind, (7) number and name of companies maintaining installations in the facility, and (8) total service area (cities, counties, consumer points, etc.) B. What measures will be implemented to prevent and control petroleum spillages and vapor emissions? C . What considerations have been given for the provision of drainage and dikes to prevent accidental discharges into adjoining property of waterways? (Refer to Map G) D. How will these products be transported to and from the storage facilities? 28

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41. Port Facilities A. For the proposed development, indicate the existing and proposed: (1) port classification (deep water port, marina, etc.), (2) depth of harbor, (3) depth of main channels, turning basins, etc., (4) number of channels and length, (5) types and drafts of ships which will use the facility, (6) amount of linear feet of berthing space, and (7) number of berths or slips. B. If applicable, what is the estimated annual amount and type of cargo shipped through the proposed facility? If passenger service is included, provide appropriate data. c. To what extent will the proposed facility require the expansion of any transportation system and facilities in the region (rail, truck terminal, etc.)? Specify. D. Discuss the requirements of the proposed project for any dredging or filling during construction and any subsequent maintenance dredging. Specify plans for disposal of spoil, including amount and location of disposal sites. Have any local, state or federal dredge and fill permits been applied for or obtained? If so, attach copies. E. If the operation of the port facility will include any handling of petroleum products, what is the potential for spills or leakage both within the port facility and in adjacent coastal waters? Specify procedures and equipment that will be used to minimize the number and extent of such spills. If spills should occur, what areas (beach, estuarine, etc.) are likely to be affected? 29

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F. Project subsidiary development on site, adjacent to the site, or on sites over which any port agency or authority exercises land development controls. 42. Schools A. For the proposed development, indicate: (1) existing and proposed enrollment by phase, in Full Time Equivalents, (2) type of support or management (public, private or proprietary), (3) all governmental revenue sources and the level of their contributions, (4) schedule of facility utilization, and (5) academic organization and programs. B. From what counties will students be drawn? Estimate by number and percentage. 43. Shopping Centers A. Indicate whether the tenants of the proposed shopping center will be new to the region, establishing a new branch in the region, or relocating within the region. Specify by type of trade. B. Describe the primary and secondary trade areas which the proposed shopping center will serve. Estimate annual sales to customers by county of their residence. C. If available what will be the cost range per unit or square foot for tenants to occupy the site? 30

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REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCILS OF FLORIDA t1:.:'-Tlc.iu :;n PLA:rnlll. u"lt'il i•i>rthwest Florld• Pl1nntng •nJ Auvisory Council ,lortn ,111trJ l F 1 ori Ja ~•glonal Plann;n~ Council Jacksonv t 11 e Aret P hnni ng tuJirJ .. 1th l •COOCPlff k191on11 I Phnntng i.:ouncil EHt Ctfttral Flor ida Regional Phnnlng Council Central F1or1d1 K1gion1l Plitinning t.:o.,incil r .. p• Bay Re11lonol Pl•nn1ng Council ~outnwt\t Florida Kegton11 Pltnntn~ C.ouncil l rd"i,Jr't: C.odst At.-oi,. 486 Penucola 3~502 (904 \ 4j4-1027 Mr. &Irr , A . ~os~1 ell Pos t Office Jrdwer 7 ? 2141 Shemc1n f,.ven.Jf: Pana, .,. c, ty 32401 (904) 7~5-9 5 d l l~r. Charles F . Justice IS Southwest Second Pl,ce 51\nesvtl'ie 326Cl (904) 37~-3344 11r, Ed~11:rd 0. :Saker A.O01:i 41'.ll • Courthouse Jacksonv, 11 e 32202 (904) 633-2690 llr. Jack ) U 11 i Yln Post Office Box 335 SI Iver Springs 32633 (904 ) 23(-5132 Mr. CI tfforl.l Gut 11 et 1011 Wy,nore ao•d W1ntrr P1,-k. JZ 7 8S ( 3 05) f45-3339 i-lr . James Juanc Post Office Ora\:e,.. ~~eg wrtow 33830 (813) 533-4146 :4r . Scott Wilson 31~1 Thjrd Avenue. '40rth St . Petersl>urg 33713 (d13 ) 321-,Cll Roland utwood 2121 West First Street Ft. Myers 3 3902 (81 J) JJ4-7182 4 r S•u ShdtlflQt: ;, .,.,, U u , lJj, ~{,;dft, r l or-1 ! :i 33.;J.: ( J ll J) l , ; 1 1 33! 3 :1r. Birr, P~terson 1515 Northwest 167t" Street Suite 429 Miami 33169 (3~5 ) &21-Sil71 "' ltt.i:"uti,-I Co'rtitTt I 1_ ___ _

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STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION DIVISION OF STATE PLANNING 660 Apalachee Parkway Tallahassee, Florida 32304 904-488-4925 DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT VESTED RIGHTS APPLICATION FOR A BINDING LETTER OF INTERPRETATION UNDER SECTIONS 380.06 and 120.57, F.S. DSP-BLWM-12-76 I. Issuance of a binding letter is final agency action and subject to judicial review pursuant to Section 120.68, Florida Statutes. The record on review will consist of exhibits, documents or other materials prepared by the applicant and submitted to the Division of State Planning pursuant to this application plus other information or materials the Division of State Planning may develop and make part of the record. The Division of State Planning may provide for a hearing if appropriate under Rule 22F-l.16, Florida Administrative Code. If necessary for the preparation of a complete record, the applicant should request a hearing. The hearing shall be conducted pursuant to provisions of Section 120.57, Florida Statutes, which are appropriate to the issues to be decided. Where the Division determines that information submitted is inadequate for a determination, it may refuse to issue a binding letter. I I. I , __________________ , the undersigned owner or authorized representative of hereby ---------------request a binding letter of vested rights in accordance with Sections 120.57 and 380.06, Florida Statutes. I hereby certify that all information submitted with and pursuant to this application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Date Sig n a t ure Street or P. 0. Address City State Zip Sworn to and subscribed before me, by said -------------this day of _____________ , 19_, to certify which witness my hand and seal of office. Notary Public in and for -----------County, Florida

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DSP-BLWM-12-76 Page Two 1. What is the name, type, size and location (include township and range description) of the development? Describe the development in terms of the Guidelines and Standards in Chapter 22F-2, Florida Administrative Code. Include maps, plans, and other descriptive materials. Attach as EXHIBIT A. 2. What federal, state and local development permits or other authorization as defined under Section 380.031(3), Florida Statutes, are required for the development of this project? ATTACH AS EXHIBIT B. 3. Under what federal, state or local statutes, rules, regulations, ordinances or other legal authority are each of the development permits required? ATTACH AS EXHIBIT C. 4a. Has a subdivision plat for this development been approved pursuant to local subdivision plat law, ordinances, or regulations by formal vote of a county or municipal governmental body having jurisdiction, after August 1, 1967, and prior to July 1, 1973? Submit a certified true copy of the approved subdivision plat. ATTACH AS EXHIBIT D-1. b. Which other development permits or authorizations listed in Exhibit B have been granted? List the date of request, type of actions taken by each governmental agency, terms, conditions, date of issuance (in chronological sequence) of each development permit granted along with the names, addresses and telephone numbers of each permitting agency. Submit a certified true copy of each development permit. ATTACH AS EXHIBIT D-2. 5. Which of the development permits or other authorizations indicated in Exhibit B have been requested and are currently pending further action? Indicate date of request and current status. ATTACH AS EXHIBIT E. 6. Which of the development permits or other authorizations indicated in Exhibit B have been denied? Give dates of request and reasons for denial. ATTACH AS EXHIBIT F. 7. Which development permits or other authorizations listed in Exhibit B have not yet been requested? ATTACH AS EXHIBIT G. 8a. Has there been a conveyance or agreement to convey property to the state or local government as a prerequisite to zoning change approval granted by the local government for this development? Submit a certified true copy of the conveyance, or documentation of the agreement to convey property. ATTACH AS EXHIBIT H-1. b. What other financial expenditures, obligations, commitments, or actions have you taken in reliance on each of the development permits or other authorizations (including partial development permits) granted? Specify the dates of each. ATTACH AS EXHIBIT H-2. 9a. Relate the development process to the permitting history. b . Are there any other materials or relevant data which you wish to bring to the attention of the Division of State Planning? ATTACH AS EXHIBIT I.

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STATI: UF FLUIUDA DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION DIVISION OF STATE PLANNING 660 Apalachee Parkway Tallahassee, Florida 32304 904-488-4925 DSP-BLWM-13-76 DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT: REQUEST FOR DETERMINATION APPLICATION FOR A BINDING LETTER OF DRI STATUS UNDER SECTIONS 380.06 and 120.57, FLORIDA STATUTES I. Issuance of a binding letter is final agency action and subject to judicial review pursuant to Section 120.68, Florida Statutes. The record on review will consist of exhibits, documents or other materials prepared by the applicant and submitted to the Division of State Planning pursuant to this application plus other information or materials the Division of State Planning may develop and make part of the record. The Division of State Planning may provide for a hearing if appropriate under Rule 22F-l.16, Florida Administrative Code. If necessary for the preparation of a complete record, the applicant should request a hearing. The hearing shall be conducted pursuant to provisions of Section 120.57, Florida Statutes, which are appropriate to the issues to be decided. Where the Division determines that information submitted is inadequate for a determination, it may refuse to issue a binding letter. I I. I, , the undersigned owner or ------------------authorized representative of hereby --------------request a binding letter of DRI status in accordance with Sections 120.57 and 380.06, Florida Statutes. I hereby certify that all information submitted with and pursuant to this application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Date Signature Street or P.O. Address City State Zip Sworn to and subscribed before me, by the said -----------this_ day of ___________ , 19_, to certify which witness my hand and seal of office. Notary Public in and for ----------County, Florida

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DSP-BLWM-13-76 Page Two l. Which development(s) enumerated under Chapter 22F, Florida Administrative Code do you propose to undertake? 2. What is the name, size, type and location (include township and range description) of the development? Include maps, plans and other materials describing the development. ATTACH AS EXHIBIT A. 3. What aspect of the guidelines and standards pertaining to your development apply or require interpretation? Explain. 4. Are there any unique or peculiar features of your proposed development which should be taken into account by the Division of State Planning in regard to whether or not the development should be considered to be a 11Development of Regional Impact?11 Explain.

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STATE OF FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION DIVISION OF STATE PLANNING 660 Apalachee Parkway Tallahassee, Florida 32304 904 -488-4925 DSP-BLWM-14-76 NOT! CE OF INTENT TO UNDERTAKE A DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT IN AN UNREGULATED JURISDICTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that , -----------------the undersigned owner and/or developer, intends to undertake a DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT as defined under Section 380.06, Florida Statutes, and Rule 22F-2._, Florida Administrative Code, in---.--.-,-.----.----( city 7 county) Florida. If, after n inety (90) days from the receipt of this notice by the Florida Department of Administration, Division of State Planning and , no zoning or subdivision _ regulations have been ------( ..... c .... i-ty_/ __ c-ou_n....,t_y_) ____ . adopted, nor an area of critical state concern designated, the Development of Regional Impact may proceed. A true copy of this NOTICE OF INTENT TO UNDERTAKE A DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT IN AN UNREGULATED JURISDICTION, and a completed page 1 (items #1 -9) of the DRI Application for Development Approval, Form No. DSP-BLWM-11-76, along with a preliminary master plan, was furnished by U. S. Mail this __ _ day of __________ , 19_, to the Florida Department of Administration, Division of State Planning, , ----.(,....c-:-i-,-ty_/,...c-o-un--=t,....y ..... ) _____ _ and to the Regional Planning Agency. I hereby certify that all information submitted with and pursuant to this notice is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Date Signature (developer/owner) Street or P. 0. Address City State Zip


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