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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(Overall Development Plan, Preliminary Plat, Final Plat)
*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
“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”.
“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”.