Application for development approval form - July 16th, 1975


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Application for development approval form - July 16th, 1975

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Application for development approval form - July 16th, 1975
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Parker, Garald G. (Garald Gordon)
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Aquifers -- Hydrogeology -- Everglades (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Hydrology -- Florida -- Biscayne Aquifer (Fla.) ( lcsh )

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I ; central florida regional p1a . . ~-.. ,_, ii DA r BY HANO Dr. Fr~ Benen~ti Snvirorunental Science and Engineering, Inc_ . P.O. l3ox 13454 Universit~ Station Gainesville, Florida 32601 Dear or. Benenati: Ju'ly 16 , 1975 Form of Application for Oev-elopment Approva. l to conversation on. Monday afternoon regarding ~ U!.t..~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~m;1;:W.al to this agency for e As we wrote to your company in December CFBPC did not develop "amplifications" of the official state form, but was prepared to accept applications using certain other such amplifications or the draft of the then-proposed official form. We are still agreeable to receiving the application in one of these formats. We are, however, forwarding to you Draft 9 of the proposed state form. There is every indication that this will be adopted in substantially this form. Some portions are less exacting than the q;uestions. found in the a~plifications, -~ ~P.r@p@ff~ and where appropriate to your proJect,. .=. w~d urge ,vou ahead and present the fuller data,_ . ..., -... -... Also, we ask that you complete the transportation section of the new form since we have often found it necessary to invoke our privilege of requesting further information in order to make an adequate assessment of project impact with regard to transportation. We further request that you provide maps as shown in Pcrrt n, General Section of the enclosed draft. These maps are discussed in the draft guidelines, which are also encl.osed. If you J:?elieve that these req\lests may cause an .undue burden or would not be significant with respect to your project,. please communicate with us. Sincerel.y, ~Jean G~ ~~,f~rds DRI Coordinato~ I . Jc;.;J/j~ [ 2Dcloaur&s . . . l . o:ipy to: Dt'. Frank Benenati in Gainesvilie, Florida. l deso t o. hordee . h i Ohfonds,ok~~c hobee,oo~ counties aCld bo.x 2089 ~51.S~t bo, dovnrri •.hnrin.t..il tloddn..a. 'l'\R-'llla LJl3l 533-41~

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S'l'J\'l'E OF l•'L1.>lUDA DEP~~r1'Ml':N'1' LW J\OMINIS'l'RJ\'l'ION DIVISh)N OF S'l'J\TE PLANNING BUREAU OF LAND . AND WA'rER MANAGEMENT . . 660. APALACHEE PARl
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Statement of Purpose The Development of Regional Impact (ORI) 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 ia1pact. Just as the DRI process is not intended to supplant local, atate,-or federal permitting procedures, neither is the ADA meant to be a subati tuta for substantive or technical reports required pursuant to such permits. Rather, the ADA provides a comprehensive look at a proposed development and aervea as the basic data source for the preparation of the regional planning agency's report and recoanendat+ons 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 providedby a developer to consider whether, and the extent to whicha . (a) The development will have a favorable or unfavorable impact . on the environment and natural resources of the region, (b) The development will have~ 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 transportation facilities, (e) The development will favorably or adversely affect the Abilityof people to find adequate housing reasonably accessible totheir places of employment, and . (f) The deve lopment complies or does not comply with such other criteria for determining regional impact as the regional planning agency shall deem .appropriate. The prepJration of the Application for Development . Approval is the initial atep in the development of regional impact process w~ich establishes the framewo rk for a cooperative planning effort between the develo~r, the local governnent, regional agency, ana federal and state agencies. 2 . . . -.. -. .

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A~-If a Development of Regional Impact is proposed in a regulated area (the local government has adopted either Z?ning 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 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 pursant to Section 380.06(13), Flo.rida Statutes, responses to Part I and Part II should be distinguished separately for each t"'I:-e of ORI and then given for the total proposed development. C~ As provided for in Section 380.04, Florida Statutes, a Development of Regional Impact includes all 9ther development customarily associated with it. Therefore, an applicant proposing a ORI with ancillaryland uses that are not of ORI magnitude (for example, a 100,000 square foot neighborhood shopping center within a ~esidential ORI) must complete the appropriate portions of this application for those ancillary uses. o. All information supplied must be accurate, up-to-date, and complete. E. Where a format and units of measurement for information are specified, . th~semust be followed. If the specified format requires the p~ovision of information by development phases, each phase indicated should include .the beginning and end years for th~t phase. A final entry should be •• ... .. ,# provided for development completion and/or full ope ration .or _uti~izatio~. P. 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 d~velopment which has not been request_ed in this form may be incorporated -under the appropriate section of this aJ>plication. 3

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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 aourcea utilized in anawering this application, along with the names, addresses and telephone numbers of any consultants, agencies, or other persona who contributed to or completed sections of this application. J. Identify all methodologies, models, assumptions, and standards used in obtaining or evaluat:!. ~ 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 uniform.state sub-districts which are shown on Appendix A to this form. M. At least one copy of the completed application must be submitted to each of the following: (1) appropriate local government(s), (2) appropriate regional planning agency, and (3) the Division of State Planning. Refer to local and regional procedures for the exact number of copies required by each agency. Part II. Genera 1 Section 11. The following maps shall accompany this application. Scales for all maps should be determined in consultation with the appropriate regional planning agency (shown in Appendix A.) and shall be clearlyindicated on each map. A. A general location map. (Map A) . , : :-~ .. B. A recent vertical aerial photo of site with project boundariea delineated. (Map . B) C. Provide a topographic map with project boundaries identified (five foot contours maximum). Delineate 100-year flood prone areas (including hurricane flood zones) and indicate existln9 drainage areas and drainage patterns (Map C) 4 -

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. . o. Existing land use (refer to 12. B) on and abutting the site. (Map D) E. Generalized soils map ot the site. (Map E) If available, u. s. Soil Conservation Service (SCS) published soils.surveys or SCS district conservationists' detailed soils map are acceptable in most cases. P. Base map of the site with vegetation associations delineated. Indicate the total acreage of each ~ssociation. (Map F) G. Master drainage plans for the site. Delineate p roposed drainage areas, water retention areas, drainage structures, drainage easemen"ts, canals, and other major drain.age features. -(Map G) H • . Master development plan for the site. Indicate proposed land use, development phasing, major public facilities, and utilities, easements and rights-of-way, and roads and thoroughfares. (Map H) I. Map of the service areas of all existing a.nd proposed public facilities (sewage, water supply, fire protection, health care, etc.) which serve the site. (Map I) J. A highway and tfansp~rtation network map of the site and the surrounding area within at least five miles of the develop~ent boundary. (Map J) 12. General Project Description A. Provide a brief general written description of the proposed development. Include in this description the proposed stages (or phases) of development or operation and fa.cilj.ty utilization, target dates for. each of these, and da.te of comple~ion • . I~ the development will have a proposed_ buil_.dout of 10 years or less, then phasing should be shown on an annual basis. If the proposed buildout is greater than 10 years, use phasing as .. appropr_iate. In ~ddition,. using Map H, indicate site size, development phasing, and appropriate descriptive measures contained in C~apter 22F-2, Florida Adminis trative Code, (e.g., number of residential un~ts, commercial floor area, number of _hospital beds, etc.). 5 -

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B. Provide a breakdown of theexisting and proposed land uses on the site for each phase of development through completion of the project. Use the proposed Florida Land Use Classification System, Level II (aee Appendix B). Refer to Maps D . (existing land use) and H (master plan). U•• the format below and treat ea~h land use category as mutually excluaive (each phase's percentages should total to 100 per cent). PHASE LAND USE TYPE LAND USE TYPE TOTAL Acres I of Site Acres I of Site Acres I of Site Existing Use Phase 1 . . . . n TOTALS I • 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 ii\ the site planning process. 13 • . Environment and Natural Resources: Air A., Estimateaverage daily emissions in pounds per day by the type and source. Use the following format: Phase Particulates Hydrocarbons NO so co Other (Specify) . . X X 1 . . . . • n B. Wi_ll a complex source permit be required .. pursuant to Chapter 17-2 .04, Rules of the Department of Pollution Control? If application for this permit has been-prepared, it may be substituted for the appropr _iate portions of this section. . . 6 -

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14. Enviromoont and Natural Resources: Land A. Provide a description.of each of the soils indicated on Map E utilizing the following format: SOIL DESCRIPTION AND INTERPRETATIONS Boll Name Dapth Permallblllty and and C>u1t Water and Soll to Seasonal Water Tabla Kind of Kind of Po•ntlal Ero1lon Map Symbol Rock Duration (In /hr) . Limitation LlmltJtlon Wind Huard For Low For Pond Erollon Bulldln91 Embank manta Hazard B. Whe~e the degree of limitations are severe for a particular soil, discuss how each of these limitations will be overcome, and what site alterations will be necessary both for the presen~ developer and anr subsequent developers or owners. C. Is the development located in an area 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 duri~g construction and maintenance at full development to prevent or control soil erosion? Specify and include a description of clearing plans as they relate to erosion control. GP E. Descr!be any unique geologic features on the site, and discuss what /c) 1--1 aspects of the site plan will be used to compensate for or take advantage of them. -,7 . .. .

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15. Environment and Natural Resources: Water abuttin the site. 16. Environment and Natural Resources: Wetlands A. What is the area in-acres of wetlands found on the site? For these purposes, wetlands are described as areas which are subjected to permanent or prolonged periods of inundation or ~aturation :(water is -at the soil surface at least two to seven 100nths, seven out of ten years), and/or which exhibit vegetative communities and/or soil types characteristic of this hydro-period. B. What alte~ationsor disturbances to the wetlands are proposed? c. Wl)at wetland areas will be preserved in their natural state? 17. Environment and Natural Resources: Flood Plains A. Is any development proposed within the 100-year flood area? If so, indicate whether all floor elevations will be above the 100-year flood . , level and discuss methods which will.be used to compensate for the potential flood hazard. B. Will the •rea in which this development is proposed qualify for federal flood insurance? 18. Environment and Natural Resources: Wildlife and Vegetation A. 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? B. Are any of the wildlife listed under (A) 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. c. A~e any. rare or endangered plants found on the site? If so, what measureswill be taken to protect these species? 8 . . -

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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, indicating the. need for or r~sults of an archaeological or historical.survey. B. If any historical or archaeological sites were listed under (A) above, I 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 r:::onomic Characteristics A. Provide a projection of the estimated average annual construction expenditure:.; by development phase. Break down by type (labor, materials, professional servic~s, adminis tra ti ve , overtiead, etc.) and estimate _what percent of these will be spent within the region. For labo~, estimate the number of construction employees during each phase of development. B. For non-residential development, project the number of nQn-construction permanent employees at the completion of each development phase, using appropriate two-digit Standar~ Industrial Classifications (e.g., Agricultural Services, Manufacturing, Wholesale Trade, etc.) Include estimated annual payroll. If the number of employees will vary seasonally, specify. c. Provide a breakdown by income group for all construction employment using the format below. For non-re$ip~ntial developments also provide a breakdown for non-construction, permanent 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 9

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-D. For non-residential development, indicate whether non-construction employment in the p~oject require~ spec~alized skills or trai~ing. Will '' ' any employees require training in specialized skills at educational facilities in the region? Are such training programs presently availabie? -E. Estimate what percentage of the non-construction, permanent employees will be found locally, and what percentage must be drawn from outside t}le region. If these percentages will vary thr~ughout the project life, specify. F. What will be the toss agricultural or forestry. resources on the site as a result ofthe proposed plan of development? ~efer to existing land , " use (Map o>', froposed Master Plan (Map H) and response to questions 14 A and B. Specify acreages lost, annual crop yield, dollar values, etc. G. If the development will contain a residential element, specify what per:celitage ~f the employil\8nt , retail and service demands created by the residents will be satisfied within the proje.ct (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 inarket study been prepared for the proposed development? If ao, a copy should be attached if available. J. Provide :an analysis of the estima'ted average annual 'ad valorem tax yield froin the proposed development during each.phase of development. Indicate all assumptions and s tandards~ including. assessed value , exemptions, millage , . rate, etc. -10 -


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