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Old Brick Township Development of Regional Impact –Development Order (DRI-DO). Tonight’s Presentation. Background Changes Since Last Meeting Development Order Conditions Protecting Environmental Aspects Ensuring a Balanced Development Provides Adequate Public Infrastructure

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Old brick township development of regional impact development order dri do

Old Brick Township Development of Regional Impact –Development Order (DRI-DO)


Tonight s presentation

Tonight’s Presentation

  • Background

  • Changes Since Last Meeting

  • Development Order Conditions

    • Protecting Environmental Aspects

    • Ensuring a Balanced Development

    • Provides Adequate Public Infrastructure

  • Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan, including NCOA


Background

Background

  • Development Review Sequence

    • Comprehensive Plan

    • Development of Regional Impact (DRI) -Development Order (DO)

    • Master Plan Development – Rezoning

    • Platting Process

      (Overall Development Plan, Preliminary Plat, Final Plat)

    • Master Site Plan

    • Site Plan

    • Building Permit


Background1

Background

  • Northeast Florida Regional Council (NEFRC) is lead agency for coordinating DO

  • Review agencies include: NEFRC, SJRWMD, FDOT, DEP, FFWCC, School District, and adjacent municipalities.

  • Regional Recommendation Report (RRR) proposes DO conditions


Changes since july 21 meeting

Changes since July 21 Meeting

  • Map H includes additional lands for conservation and wildlife crossings

  • Report on silviculture activities as part of biennial report

  • Incorporate Firewise strategies

  • Elevation of roadways will be based on modeling of base flood elevation


Development order conditions environmental

Development Order Conditions Environmental

  • Long-term resource protection

    • Designation of high quality areas


Development order conditions environmental1

Development Order Conditions Environmental

  • Long-term resource protection

    • Designation of high quality areas

    • Upland buffers and Setbacks


Development order conditions environmental2

Development Order Conditions Environmental

  • Long-term resource protection

    • Designation of high quality areas

    • Upland buffers and Setbacks

    • 40 acres preserved for gopher tortoise


Development order conditions environmental3

Development Order Conditions Environmental

  • Long-term resource protection

    • Designation of high quality areas

    • Upland buffers and Setbacks

    • 40 acres preserved for gopher tortoise

    • 2,700 acres preserved, restored, and enhanced via conservation easement


Development order conditions environmental4

Development Order Conditions Environmental

  • Long-term resource protection

    • Designation of high quality areas

    • Upland buffers and Setbacks

    • 40 acres preserved for gopher tortoise

    • 2,700 acres preserved, restored, and enhanced via conservation easement

    • Eastern Indigo Snake Protection Plan


Development order conditions environmental5

Development Order Conditions Environmental

  • Long-term resource protection

    • Designation of high quality areas

    • Upland buffers and Setbacks

    • 40 acres preserved for gopher tortoise

    • 2,700 acres preserved, restored, and enhanced via conservation easement

    • Eastern Indigo Snake Protection Plan

    • Greenway Mitigation and Management Plan (GMMP)


Development order conditions environmental6

Development Order Conditions Environmental

  • Greenway Mitigation and Management Plan (GMMP)

    • Minimizing Human-Wildlife Conflicts

    • Five (5) wildlife crossings

    • No fencing erected in conservation areas that would hinder wildlife

    • Perpetual management

    • Solid waste management

    • Living with Wildlife and Land Management


Development order conditions environmental7

Development Order Conditions Environmental

  • Low Impact Development

    • Comprehensive solid waste minimization strategy implementation

    • Seek certification from Florida Green Building Coalition, U.S. Green Building Council or other program

    • Reduction of Vehicle Miles Traveled

      • Flextime

      • Transit center

      • Bike-Ped system

    • Minimize land disturbance

    • High energy efficiency and water conserving devices


Development order conditions environmental8

Development Order Conditions Environmental

  • Complementing Land Uses with Resources

    • Old Brick Road

      • Realignment prohibited

      • Directional / informational signage

      • Stakeholder coordination for master plan

    • Firewise Communities Principles

      • Community design principles

      • Fire resistant building materials

    • Floodplain

      • Compliance with State, federal, and City regulations


Development order land use and phasing

Development Order – Land Use and Phasing

*The Development Order provides for land use exchange between different uses provided that there is demonstration of equivalent or lower impact on transportation and potable water


Old brick township development of regional impact development order dri do

Greenway

Creekside Settlements

Village Center

North Settlements

Green Settlements

South Settlement

(Employment Center)


Development order land use plan

Development Order – Land Use Plan

  • Controlling Jobs to Housing Balance

    • No greater than 5,000 residential units

    • Limit on residential units based on non-residential construction

      • Cannot Proceed to Phase 2 without 60% of Non-Residential Constructed

      • Cannot Proceed to Phase 3 without 80% of Non-Residential Constructed

      • Cannot Build More than 900 Phase 3 units unless 50% of Phase 3 Industrial has been Permitted

  • Workforce Housing (10% of non-age restricted housing to be dedicated for workforce)


Development order infrastructure

Development Order – Infrastructure

  • Water and wastewater

    • No development may proceed without adequate water supply or central sewer system

    • Installation of nonpotable water system (reclaimed water, stormwater and surficial aquifer water)

    • Water Conservation Requirements

    • Utility Agreement to Address Conveyance of Well Sites


Development order transportation

Development Order – Transportation

  • Calculated Proportionate Share of $23.7 million

  • Proportion-share Plan Commitment of $68.9 million

  • Develop Regional Roadway Network


Development order transportation1

Development Order – Transportation

  • Matanzas Woods Extension

  • New Brick Parkway

  • US-1 south of Palm Coast Parkway

  • Matanzas Woods Pkwy Interchange (redo analysis if Interchange not authorized)

  • Phase 3 Options

    • US-1

    • Matanzas Woods Parkway

    • Matanzas Woods Parkway Extension

    • Extension of New Brick Parkway


Development order transportation2

Development Order – Transportation

  • No permits for Phase 3 development unless:

    • New Brick Parkway within Neoga Lakes DRI is complete, or funded for construction

    • Revise transportation analysis without implementation regional network


Development order public infrastructure

Development Order – Public Infrastructure

  • Stormwater

    • Developer Constructed and Permitted

    • CDD, HOA, POA, or equivalent to Maintain

  • Donation of Lands for

    • Fire Station (3 acres),

    • Parks (85 acres)

    • School site (40 acres)


Consistency with the northwest corridor overlay area ncoa development patterns

Consistency with the Northwest Corridor Overlay Area (NCOA) – Development Patterns

  • Urban development with mix of land uses to promote housing variety, job opportunities adjacent to housing and commercial centers

  • Compact Urban Villages with mixed use development interconnected by multi-modal transportation network (sidewalk, trails, etc.)

  • Inclusion of large parcels for employment generating uses

  • Use of regional facilities (roadway network, central water and sewer, and reuse water system for non-potable sources)


Consistency with the northwest corridor overlay area ncoa development patterns1

Consistency with the Northwest Corridor Overlay Area (NCOA) – Development Patterns

  • Special Conditions implemented by NCOA Guiding Policies

    • Long-term resource protection

    • Setbacks and buffers

    • Minimizing Human-Wildlife Conflicts

    • Living with Wildlife and Land Management

    • Low Impact Development

    • Complementing Land-uses


Coordination

Coordination


Agency comments

Agency Comments

  • FWC

    “Working with FWC staff, the applicant developed a land use plan that incorporates measures to avoid or minimize adverse impacts to regionally significant wildlife species and associated habitat….We conclude that the current DRI will not pose a significant impact to regionally significant wildlife species or habitat onsite or offsite.

    With the majority of the state’s fish and wildlife habitat in private ownership, the FWC recognizes the critical role that private landowners play in conserving the state’s natural resources”.


Agency comments1

Agency Comments

  • Flagler County Public Schools:

    “The draft agreement includes mitigation to address the capital impacts of 4,000 non-age restricted residential units with a total proportionate share mitigation amount of $25,155,556. The draft mitigation plan includes the following: donation of a school site, payment of school impact fees, payment of property taxes to support capital improvements, and payment of impact fee surcharge”.


Development order regional recommendations

Development Order – Regional Recommendations

  • On July 8, 2010, the NEFRC recommended that the City approve the Development Order for Old Brick Township.


Recommendation

RECOMMENDATION

  • Staff Recommends that the Planning and Land Development Regulation Board (PLDRB) find the Development Order consistent with the Comprehensive Plan and recommend that the City Council approve the Development Order for Old Brick Township Development of Regional Impact.


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