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1999-14 Consideration for Number of Horses per Property TABLED 3/17/99 PULLED FROM CONSENT AGENDA AND NOT VOTED UPON. DIED. RESOLUTION 99 - 14 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA, DECLARING THAT THE CITY COMMISSION IS CONSIDERING A CLARIFICATION ORDINANCE RELATIVE TO THE AMOUNTINUMBER OF HORSES WHICH MAY BE STABLED ON ANY PROPERTY WITIDN THE CITY LIMITS AND THE AMOUNT, EXTENT AND NATURE OF COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT ON AE-l ZONED PROPERTY; PROVIDING FOR PUBLICATION OF SAID NOTICE OF THIS RESOLUTION BY THE CITY CLERK. WHEREAS, the Commission of the City of Parkland wishes to consider adopting an ordinance clarifying the regulations on the amount of horses which may be placed on residential or agricultural property and the amount, extent and nature of commercial development on AE-l zoned property; and WHEREAS, this ordinance shall control the amount I number of horses stabled on any property located within the City and shall provide for a maximum number based upon acreage or lot size; and WHEREAS, the ordinance shall clarify the permissible nature, extent and amount of commercial development on AE-l zoned property; NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY TIlE CITY COMMISSION OF TIlE CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The City Commission of the City of Parkland hereby places all owners of property within the City of Parkland on notice that it shall be considering within the next one hundred twenty (120) days an ordinance relative to the above described subjects. Section 2. Any person requesting any permit for stabling or a development or other permit which would have the effect of permitting stabling of horses or creating a horse stable on any property within the City of Parkland or permitting commercial develoPIIlent or uses on property zoned AE-l shall not be - , approved except with the caveat that any such approval shall be subject to the regulations imposed by any ordinance adopted by the City of Parkland's City Commission within this one hundred twenty (120) day period. Section 3. All owners of property are hereby placed on notice that any applications which are pending, or which may be submitted as of the date of this ordinance for the purpose described above shall be subject to the regulations provided herein. Section 4. The City Staff or Development Review Committee or the City Commission shall review such application and any approvals there of shall be specifically subject to compliance with any ordinance adopted by the City Commission pursuant to this resolution. The City Staff, Development Review Resolution 99-14 Page 2 Committee, or City Commission, in approving any application for a boarding stable or for stabling horses on property within the City, or pennitting commercial development or uses on property zoned AE-l, are hereby authorized to delay the final approval of any such application pending the results of any ordinance adopted during this one hundred twenty (120) day period. This shall not be a moratorium, and any application may be processed, but it shall be processed with the contingency as set forth herein with the requirement that the final approval of said application shall be timed so as to provide for compliance with any ordinances adopted during this one hundred (120) day period. Section S. The City hereby expresses its intent that all present uses on AE-l zoned property which were properly pennitted in compliance with existing law shall be grand-fathered in any clarification ordinance. PASSED AND ADOPTED ON THIS _DAY OF . 1999. CITY OF PARKLAND, FLORIDA SAL PAGLIARA, MAYOR A ITEST: SUSAN ARMSTRONG, C.M.C. CITY CLERK res-hor!