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This document is the FINAL version and was forwarded to the Department of Community Affairs (DCA)

See EAR-Based Amendment Page for EAR-Based Amendment Transmittal/Adoption Cycle(s)
(see archive doc page for tranmittal cycle)

E.A.R. FLOWCHART

Cover Letter & Introduction/Summary

DCA Notice of Sufficiency - "E.A.R. IS SUFFICIENT"

Proposed EAR-Based Amendments

List of Figures, Maps and Tables (Click on each individually)

CHAPTER 1 - COUNTYWIDE ASSESSMENT - Final

Table of Contents

1.1 Population and Growth and Changes in Land Area

1.2 The Location of Existing Development in Relation to the Location of Development as Anticipated in the Comprehensive Plan

1.3 The Extent of Vacant and Developable Land

1.4 The Financial Feasibility of Providing Needed Infrastructure to Achieve and Maintain Adopted Level of Service Standards and Sustain Concurrency through Capital Improvements

1.5 A Brief Assessment of Success, Shortcomings, and Recommendations related to each of the CCGMP’s Elements

A. 1996 Capital Improvement Element

B. 1997 Transportation Element

C. 1997 Public Facilities Element: Links below:

C1. Sanitary Sewer Sub-Element
C2. Potable Water Sub-Element
C3. Drainage Sub-Element
C4. Solid Waste Sub-Element
C5. Natural Groundwater Aquifer Recharge Sub-Element

D. 1997 Housing Element

E. 1997 Recreation and Open Space Element

F.1997 Conservation and Coastal Management Element

G. 1997 Intergovernmental Coordination Element

H. 1997 Future Land Use Development

I. 1997 Golden Gate Area Master Plan

J. 1997 Immokalee Area Master Plan

K. 1996 Marco Island Master Plan

1.6 Relevant Changes in Growth Management Laws (the comprehensive plan, the appropriate strategic regional policy plan, Chapter 163, part II, F.S., and Chapter 9J-5, F.A.C)

1.7 A Summary of Public Participation activities in Preparing the Report

CHAPTER 2 - EVALUATION OF MAJOR ISSUES - Final

2.1 Concurrency Management – Revenue Streams

2.2 Concurrency Management – Transportation Improvements

2.3 Concurrency Management – Development Vested from Transportation Concurrency

2.4 Concurrency Management – Financial Feasibility of Transportation Improvement Projects 

2.5 Concurrency Management – Level of Service Standards for Regional and Community Parks 

2.6 Concurrency Management – Capital Expenditures for Recreation Facilities

2.7 Concurrency Management – Construction Cost Index-Level of Service Standards for Parks Capital
Facilities
 

2.8 Concurrency Management – Public Beach and Waterway Access

2.9 Affordable Housing – Current Demand

2.10 Affordable Housing – Non-profit Housing Development Corporation

2.11 Affordable Housing – Density Bonus Provisions

2.12 Affordable Housing – Loan Tracking

2.13 Affordable Housing – Undeveloped Lots

2.14 Affordable Housing – Infill Development

2.15 Affordable Housing – Comprehensive Housing Inventory

2.16 Affordable Housing – Demolition of Unsafe Housing

2.17 Affordable Housing – Historically Significant Homes

2.18 Affordable Housing – Affordable Housing by Right    

2.18.1 Affordable Housing - Immokalee Housing

2.19 Environmental Resource and Habitat Protection – Habitat Restoration

2.20 Environmental Resource and Habitat Protection – Environmental Management Programs 

2.21 Environmental Resource and Habitat Protection – Coastal Barrier and Estuarine Resources

2.22 Hurricane Evacuation – Limiting Development in the Coastal High Hazard Area

2.23 Hurricane Evacuation – Limiting Public Expenditures that Subsidize Development in the Coastal High Hazard Areas (CHHA)

2.24 Hurricane Evacuation – Maintenance of Clearance Times and Adequate Shelter Space 

2.25 Hurricane Evacuation – The Coastal Construction Control Line Program

2.26 Wellhead Protection – Administrative Arrangement

2.27 Urban Development Pattern – Redevelopment Areas

2.28 Urban Development Pattern – Neighborhood Commercial

2.29 Urban Development Pattern – Industrial/Commercial Locational Criteria

2.30 Urban Development Pattern – Urban Residential Fringe and Activity Center Subdistricts

2.31 Urban Development Pattern – Antiquated Platted Subdivisions

2.32 Urban Development Pattern – Traffic Congestions Boundary

2.33 Economic Development – Immokalee Urban Boundary

2.34 Economic Development – Immokalee Regional Airport

2.35 Historical and Archeological Resources – Administrative Arrangements

CHAPTER 3 - SPECIAL TOPICS - Final

3.1 An assessment of the success or failure of coordinating future land uses and residential development with the capacity of existing and planned schools, establishing with the school board appropriate population projections and coordinating the planning and siting of new schools. 

3.2 An assessment of the comprehensive plan with respect to the management district’s regional water supply plan, including whether the potable water element should be revised to include a work plan, covering at least a 10-year period for building water supply facilities for which the local government is responsible that are needed to serve existing and projected development. 

3.3 An evaluation of whether and past reduction in land use density within the CHHA impairs the property rights of current residents when redevelopment occurs. The local government must identify strategies to address redevelopment and the right of affected resident balanced against public safety considerations. 

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