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1995-25 Support Broward Cty Planning Council-Issue of Shortage of Public Educational Facilities RESOLUTION NO. 95 - 25 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA, REAFFIRMING ITS SUPPORT FOR THE EFFORTS OF THE BROWARD . COUNTY PLANNING COUNCIL AND AFFIRMING THE EFFORTS OF THE BROWARD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD AND THE CITY OF CORAL SPRINGS TO PROPERLY ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF DEVELOPMENT ON THE SHORTAGE OF PUBLIC EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES; SUPPORTING INCREASED'''lMP ACT FEES AND THE . . - . . IMPOSITION OF CONCURRENCY FOR' PUBLIC EDUCATION; CONTAINING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. WHEREAS, The City of Parkland, through Resolution No. 93-24, adopted on 8/3/93 . supported the imposition of impact fees and recommended the application of concurrency to public educational facilities; and WHEREAS, as one of the fastest growing cities in Broward County with demographics heavily weighted towards young families, the City of Parkland is vitally interested in assuring that the public education system is of a quality and size so as to properly address the educational needs of its present and future citizens; and WHEREAS, Broward County is presently studying the issue of concurrency as related to public educational facilities; and WHEREAS, the State of Florida has now provided a means to apply concurrency as part of the growth management process; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. As set forth in Resolution No. 93-24 of the City of Parkland, the City Commission does hereby reaffmn its support for the application of the doctrine of concurrency to public educational facilities and urges the Broward County Planning Council, the Broward County Commission, and the Broward County School Board to implement a concurrency management system with respect to public educational facilities in Broward County. The City of Parkland also endorses revisitation of the issue of school impact fees or other forms of exactions to assme that they are sufficient to meet the increased demands being placed on the public education system by newly approved developments and supports the efforts of Coral Springs in the area of school concurrency as applied by municipalities. Section 2. The City Clerk is hereby authorized to provide a copy of this resolution to the Broward County Commission, the Broward County Planning Council, the Broward County Administrator, and all other parties as deemed appropriate by the City Manager. Section 3. This Resolution shall take effect upon adoption. Date Adopted: .APRIL 26, , 1995. (SEAL) CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA sP~~' ATTESTED: ~~ERK