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Florida SUS Board of GovernorsCampus Master Plan Regulation 6C-21 Workgroup

Florida Collaborative Resources Consortium

Florida State University/University ofCentralFlorida

“Facilitating consensus, developing solutions enabling action”

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Florida SUS Board of GovernorsCampus Master Plan Regulation 6C-21 Workgroup
  • 2007 Campus Master Plan Lessons Learned Report
  • Key Recommendation to update BOG Regulation
  • 6C-21 using a collaboration approach
  • Include SUS and university, local government, state
  • government, civic perspectives
  • Conduct as an open, inclusive and transparent process

Florida Collaborative Resources Consortium

“Facilitating consensus, developing solutions enabling action”

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Florida SUS Board of GovernorsCampus Master Plan Regulation 6C-21 Workgroup

Chair

  • Steve Pfeiffer,NCF, General Counsel
  • LocalGovernment Perspectives
  • BobFriedman. Councilor. Town of Jupiter
  • Christopher Testerman,OrangeCounty
  • Fred Goodrow, City of Tallahassee
  • Vincent Long, Florida Association Counties,
  • Leon County
  • Board of Governors Perspective
  • Ken Ogletree,BOGArchitect
  • Community Perspectives
  • CharlesPattison,1000FriendsofFlorida
  • University Legal and Facilities Planning Perspectives
  • David Kian, FAU,Legal
  • Scott Cole, UCF, Legal
  • Barbara Donerly, USF, Facilities Planning
  • MarkBartolami,FSU, Facilities Planning
  • LindaDixon,UF, Facilities Planning
  • TomDonaudy,FAU, Facilities Planning
  • State and Other Perspectives
  • Charles Gauthier, DCA, Planning
  • Linda Shelley, Fowler Long, Tallahassee
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Florida SUS Board of GovernorsCampus Master Plan Regulation 6C-21 Workgroup Workplan May, 2008- Spring, 2009
  • ESTABLISH A CAMPUS MASTER PLAN REGULATION DEVELOPMENT WORKING GROUP (JAN-APRIL, 2008)
  • CONVENE THE CAMPUS MASTER PLAN REGULATION DEVELOPMENT PROCESS (MAY-JULY, 2008) (2 MEETINGS)
  • Phase 1- Organizational Scoping of Issues, Education and Initial Findings and Drafting
  • BUILDING CONSENSUS ON THE CAMPUS MASTER PLAN (SEPT. 08- MAR. 09)(5 MEETINGS)
  • Phase 2- Regulation Development and Drafting (September-December, 2008, 3 meetings)
  • Phase 3- Consensus Building on Regulation (January, 09- March 09, 2 meetings)
  • FINALIZE WORKING GROUP RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS AND STAFF
  • Presentation of Workgroup Recommendations to the BOG (Spring, 2009).
  • Promulgation of BOG regulation(Summer, 2009)
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Overview of the Campus Master Plan 2007 Lessons Learned Report & Recommendations
  • BOG should undertake a collaborative rule development process.
  • BOG, SUS Campuses and local governments should establish a
  • recurring source of funding for the SUS Concurrency Trust fund.
  • SUS Campuses and FAC/FLC should work together to improve
  • and provide greater consistency for a system that defines and
  • tracks improvements in the “context” areas.
  • SUS Campuses and host local governments should sponsor joint
  • planning processes for nearby off-campus improvements.

Florida Collaborative Resources Consortium

“Facilitating consensus, developing solutions enabling action”

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Florida SUS Board of GovernorsCampus Master Plan Regulation 6C-21

Key Campus Master Plan Issue Areas

( from Workgroup Member Pre-Process Survey)

  • Connecting Campus Master Plans and Local Comprehensive Plans
  • Connecting Campus Master Plans to DOE Requirements
  • Structure of the CMP
  • Construction Funding and Infrastructure Requirements
  • Streamlining the CMP Adoption Process
  • Enhancing the Planning Relationship and Quality of the Plans
  • Addressing Regional and Branch Campuses
  • Timing, Scope of Input and Role of the BOG in the CMP process

Florida Collaborative Resources Consortium

“Facilitating consensus, developing solutions enabling action”

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Florida SUS Board of GovernorsCampus Master Plan Regulation 6C-21

Key Campus Development Agreement Issue Areas

( from Workgroup Member Pre-Process Survey)

  • Cost and Length of the CDA Process
  • Concurrency Funding
  • Concurrency Payments for Improvements
  • Accountability for Improvements
  • Other Infrastructure Funding Opportunities
  • Measuring Mitigation and Impacts
  • Managing Projects that May Be Inconsistent with the CMP of CDA
  • Independent Reviews
  • Public Engagement

Florida Collaborative Resources Consortium

“Facilitating consensus, developing solutions enabling action”

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Florida SUS Board of GovernorsCampus Master Plan Regulation 6C-21

Key ”Working Relationships” Issue Areas

( from Workgroup Member Pre-Process Survey)

  • Among all
  • SUS Campuses and BOG
  • SUS Campuses and Local Governments
  • SUS Campuses and Communities

Florida Collaborative Resources Consortium

“Facilitating consensus, developing solutions enabling action”