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1991-05 Provisional Certification for the Comprehensive PlanRESOLUTION NO: 91-5 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA AGREEING THAT THE CITY WILL, WITHIN ONE YEAR FOLLOWING PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATION, ADDRESS THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE BROWARD COUNTY PLANNING COUNCIL IN CONNECTION WITH THE FUTURE LAND USE ELEMENT OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND COMPREHENSIVE PLAN IN ORDER TO BRING SAID ELEMENT INTO CONFORMITY WITH THE BROWARD COUNTY LAND USE PLAN, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, the Future Land Use Element of the Parkland Comprehensive Plan must be certified by the Broward County Planning Council before it can be the effective plan for the City of Parkland; and WHEREAS, the City of Parkland has requested certification by the Broward County Planning Council of the Future Land Use Element of the Parkland Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the Broward County Planning Council has determined that revisions to the Future Land Use Element are necessary in order to bring the Element into conformity with the Broward County Land Use Plan; and WHEREAS, the Planning Council has forwarded the City a "Certification Status Report", which contains the map and text changes necessary to achieve conformity; and WHEREAS, the City of Parkland wishes to comply with the Planning Council's requirements for provisional certification. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The recitals contained in the preamble to this Resolution ars incorporated by reference herein. Section 2. The City of Parkland will, within one year following the provisional certification of the Future Land Use Element of the Parkland Comprehensive Plan by the Broward County Planning Council, address those items stated as needing revision in the "Certification Status Report," a copy of which is attached hereto as Appendix "A". RESOLUTION 91-5 PAGE 2 Section 3. That this Resolution shall be in full force and effect immediately upon its passage and adoption. PASSED AND ADOPTED THIS 6th DAY OF MARCH ATTEST: SUSAN ARMSTRONG, CITY CL RES.5/KQT 1991. P414t SA PAGLIARA, YOR APPENDIX "A" CITY OF PARKLAND CERTIFICATION REQUEST A. FUTURE LAND USE PLAN MAP 1. The City's Future Land Use Plan Map must be revised to depict all applicable Broward County Trafficways. Alternately, traffic ways may be depicted on a separate map with a note on the Land Use Plan Map indicating conformity with the Broward County Trafficways Plan. 2. The "Irregular" residential land use designations shown on the City's Future Land Use Map must have densities assigned to them in conformity with the Broward County Land Use Plan Map. 3. The City's Future Land Use Plan Map must be revised to incorporate recent annexation and deannexations described within the City's certification submittal package. B. FLEXIBILITY ZONE TABLES 1. The City is required to transmit a report to the Planning Council regarding previous utilization of the Ccnmercial Flexibility Rules consistent with Section 6.3 of the Administrative Rules Document: Broward County Land Use Plan. Within this report, the City should document the application of Cammercial Flexibility for three parcels which are presently designated residential on the City's Map: the 10 acre parcel located on the east side of U.S. 441 north of Lox Road, the 10 acre parcel located on the east side of U.S. 441 north of Hillsboro Boulevard and the 8 acre parcel located on the east side of Parkside Drive north of Holmberg Road. 2. Tables for each flexibility zone, including planned acreage by land use category, number of permitted dwelling units and the status of flexi- bility and reserve units need to be clarified and finalized. C. PERMITTED USES AND DENSITIES The permitted land uses and densities allowed within the City's land use classifications must be revised as follows to bring thea into substantial conformity with the 1989 Broward County Land Use Plan. 1. The reserve unit policies outlined on page 20 of the City's AdLninistra- tion and Implementation Section are internally inconsistent. Revisions must be made to clarify these policies in conformance with the Broward County Land Use Plan reserve unit policies specified on page IV -26 of the County Land Use Plan. PAGE 1 of 5 CITY OF PARKLAND - CERTIFICATION STATUS REPORT PAGE 2 2. The reference to agriculture within the City's Utility category must be revised to "non-residential agricultural u" and may only be allowed subject to their "location not precluding or adversely affecting the future use of the surrounding areas for utility facilities" to be consistent with the County's Utilities land use category as specified on page IV -36 of the County Land Use Plan. 3. "Public works" must be deleted from the permitted uses within the City's Community Facilities category to be consistent with the permitted uses of the County's Community Facilities category specified in Section IV (page 35) of the County Land Use Plan. 4. The reference to "agriculture" , in the City's Community Facilities category must be revised to non-residential agricultural uses to be consistent with the County's Community Facilities category specified in Section IV (page 35) of the County Land Use Plan. 5. The reference to "agriculture" in the City's Commercial Recreation category must be revised to non-residential agriculture to be consistent with the permitted uses of the County's Commercial Recreation category specified in Section IV (page 29) of the County Land Use Plan. 6. Staff notes that the permitted =es within the proposed Commercial/ Business Park land use category are consistent with the Broward County Land Use Plan's "Commercial" land use category, but are not consistent with the County's "Office Park" land use category. 7. To insure consistency, any revisions made to the permitted uses within the City's Administration and Implementation Section must also be made to the permitted uses listed within the City's Goals, Objectives and Policies Section. D. COUNTY PARKS REQUIREMENTS 1. The City must demonstrate compliance with the Comity Parks and Recreation standard of 3 acres per thousand papulation consistent with Section IV.C. of the 1989 Broward County Land Use Plan. The following information must be provided to demonstrate compliance: a. Existing and projected buildout populations. b. Current and projected community parks requirement utilizing the 3 acres per thousand population standard. c. Inventory of all existing park and recreation acreage used to satisfy the above standard relative to current popula- tion. d. Inventory of projected park and recreation acreage used to satisfy the above standard for buildout population. PAGE 2 of 5 CITY OF PARKLAND - CERTIFICATION STATUS REPORT PAGE 3 E. IMPLEMENTATION REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES 1. The City's platting requirements included within the "Administration and Implementation" section of the City plan must be revised to be consis- tent with the County's platting requirements as specified in Section IV.D.2 of the Broward County Land Use Plan. Specifically, the language regarding exemptions for single family lots must be revised to include the "lot or parcel of record" requirement. 2. The City's "Reporting Requirements" on page I-21 must be revised to include the Broward County Land Use Plan requirement that local governments provide a yearly summary reporting allocation of acreage using the commercial flexibility rules specified in Section IV.D.7 of the Brcward County Land Use Plan. F. GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES The City is required to address in its Future Land Use Element those objectives and policies contained within the Braward County Land Use Plan which establish specific requirements for the local plan. The majority of those objectives and policies required are addressed within the City's plan. Those which are not adequately addressed are identified on the attached checklist (Attachment "A") with recommended actions. PAGE 3 of 5 ATTACHMENT "A" CITY OF PARKLAND GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES CHECKLIST Required Broward County Land Use Plan objectives and policies which are addressed in the City of Parkland'srehensive Plan, but must be incorporated into the City's Future Land Use Element. Broward County Land Use Plan Objective or Policy Addressed 3.04.01. 6.01.01 6.01.08 8.01.08 8.01.11 8.01.17 8.01.18 9.02.05 9.02.06 CatDrehensive Plan Element and Objective or Policy to be Incorporated Conservation Element Objective 1.4 (page 25) Conservation Element Policy 1.5.9 Conservation Element Policy 1.5.10 Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water and Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge Element Policy 1.2.3 Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water arra Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge Element Policy 1.1.8 Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water and Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge Element Policy 1.1.9 Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water and Natural G7andwater Aquifer Recharge Element Policy 1.1.10 Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water and )btueal Groundwater ndwate r Aquifer Recharge Element Policy 1.1.11 Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water and Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge Element Policy 1.1.12 9.04.01 Conservation Element Policy 1.3.6 (page 25) PAGE 4 of 5 ATTACHMENT "A" - CITY OF PARKLAND COALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES CHEMIST PAGE 2 9.04.02 9.04.03 9.09.01 Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water and Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge Element. Policy 1.1.13 Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water and Natural Gro.z tater Aquifer Recharge Element Policy 1.1.14 Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water and Natural Grauxdwater Aquifer Recharge Element Policy 1.1.15 The following goals, objectives and policies of the County plan are not adequately addressed within the City's comprehensive plan. The City's Land Use Element must be revised to address these County requirements. 8.03.02 15.03.01 8.03.03 15.03.02 9.04.00 15.03.03 9.10.00 15.03.05 9.10.02 PAGE 5 of 5