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Neoga Lakes Future Land Use Map (FLUM) Amendment. Background and Location Map . 6,378 acres Current FLUM-Agriculture & Timberlands & Conservation Proposed FLUM-Development of Regional Impact-Mixed Use (DRI-MU) Current Application for Development Approval (ADA) for DRI.

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background and location map
Background and Location Map
  • 6,378 acres
  • Current FLUM-Agriculture & Timberlands & Conservation
  • Proposed FLUM-Development of Regional Impact-Mixed Use (DRI-MU)
  • Current Application for Development Approval (ADA) for DRI
background on process
Background on Process
  • The FLUM Amendment is part of a longer approval process
  • Current Application for Development Approval (ADA) for DRI
  • Applicant has recently replied to 1st sufficiency request (staff reviewing)
  • DRI-Development Order (DO) will be brought back at same public hearing as the Comprehensive Plan Amendments
  • Completion of process could take up to 6-10 months
existing future land use map
EXISTING FUTURE LAND USE MAP
  • North- Agriculture & Timberlands, Conservation
  • West- Agriculture & Timberlands, Conservation
  • South-Agriculture & Timberlands, Conservation, Residential Low Density
  • East-Agriculture & Timberlands, Conservation
transmittal purposes
TRANSMITTAL PURPOSES
  • Transmittal to FDCA to initiate state and interagency review
  • Review of application provides applicant with need for additional data and analysis
  • Integrate the DRI and Comp. Plan Amendment Process
    • Provides more information on each application
public facilities impacts
PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPACTS
  • Transportation
    • Applicant must include financially feasible plan to implement improvements to maintain and meet the adopted LOS
    • A financially feasible plan to address improvements to the roadway network will require amendments to the Capital Improvements Element of the Comprehensive Plan
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PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPACTS
  • Potable Water
    • Projected demand is 2.1 MGD (1.82 MGD with conservation measures)
    • Net increase of 1.768 MGD (1.48 MGD with conservation measures)
    • Need for additional information will be covered in update to Water Supply Plan
      • Available water supply to accommodate project
      • Financially feasible plan (CIE) for potable water infrastructure
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PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPACTS
  • Wastewater
    • Projected generation is 1.38 MGD
    • Net increase of 1.16 MGD
    • Applicant is coordinating with Utility Department to ensure adequate capacity to accommodate project impacts
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PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPACTS
  • Solid Waste
    • Projected generation of 130,786 lbs/day
    • Net generation of 110,088 lbs/day
    • Adequate landfill capacity exists to accommodate project impacts
public facilities impacts4
PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPACTS
  • Parks and Open Space
    • Projected demand of 122 acres
    • Net demand of 102 acres
    • Additional data and analysis required:
      • LOS analysis for public recreation and open space,
      • Financially feasible plan to maintain and meet LOS standards
    • Anticipated that on-site parks will more than accommodate project impacts
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PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPACTS
  • Public Schools
    • Projected student generation of 2,141 students
    • Net increase of 1,773 students
    • Additional data and analysis required:
      • LOS analysis of available school facilities,
      • Financially feasible capital improvements schedule to maintain and meet LOS standards
    • Applicant currently coordinating with School District
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PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPACTS
  • Drainage
    • Applicant must provide on stormwater management as part of DRI-ADA approval process
    • Accommodate Outstanding Florida Waters (OFW) standards being proposed by SJRMWD
environmental and cultural resources impacts
ENVIRONMENTAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES IMPACTS
  • Topography and Soil Conditions
    • Addressed through DRI Application
  • Floodplains
    • Applicant will have to confirm that Critical Facilities (Emergency Services, Schools) are not located in Special Flood Hazard
  • Vegetative Communities
    • Working with Applicant to finalize conservation areas
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ENVIRONMENTAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES IMPACTS
  • Protected Species/Wildlife Utilization
    • Site planning strategies to minimize conflicts with Florida Black Bear (recent submittal may address)
    • Working with Applicant to finalize conservation areas
environmental and cultural resources impacts2
ENVIRONMENTAL AND CULTURAL RESOURCES IMPACTS
  • Groundwater Resource Protection
    • DRI and subsequent MPD Rezoning should include Best Management Practices
  • Historical Resources
    • Master Plan integrates development with the Old Brick Road historical resource
findings
FINDINGS
  • The FLUM amendment is part of a process that will require additional information from the applicant
  • Additional data and analysis on public infrastructure improvements is necessary
  • Additional comprehensive plan amendments for public infrastructure
  • Additional data and analysis on environmental and cultural resource impacts may be necessary
recommendation
RECOMMENDATION
  • Staff recommends that the Planning and Land Development Regulation Board (PLDRB) recommend transmittal of the FLUM amendment to the Florida Department of Community Affairs (FDCA).
  • Staff recommends that the application be scheduled for another PLDRB hearing after the ORC report from FDCA.
  • Staff recommends that the Development Order for the Neoga Lakes Development of Regional Impact (DRI) be scheduled for review simultaneously with the Comprehensive Plan Amendment.