Public hearings for 1st Set 2014 Comprehensive Plan Amendments

(Source: martin.fl.us)

From the Martin County Growth Management Department: There are five Comprehensive Plan Amendments (CPA’s) scheduled to be heard in the 1st Set 2014 amendment cycle.  CPA’s 14-1, 14-2, and 14-5 will be heard on April 15, 2014 and continued to April 22, 2014 so that they can be consolidated with CPA’s 14-3 and 14-7 and all CPA’s can be transmitted to the Department of Economic Opportunity as part of a single submission.

 

On March 20, 2014 the Local Planning Agency opened CPA 14-3, ANG Holdings, and voted to continue the item to April 17, 2014 to allow additional time to address board member concerns over ownership documents submitted by the applicant.

 

On March 18, 2014 the Board of County Commissioners authorized legal counsel to enter into a settlement agreement to resolve challenges filed by Consolidated Citrus, LP, et al. over previously adopted ordinances 938, 945 and 946 that amended portions of Chapter 1, Preamble; Chapter 2, Definitions; Chapter 4, Future Land Use; and Chapter 9, Conservation and Open Space Elements of the Comprehensive Growth Management Plan, Martin County Code.  The settlement agreement public hearings will be held by the Local Planning Agency on April 17, 2014, and then by the Board of County Commissioners on April 22, 2014.

 

Please be advised that on April 15, 2014, the Board of County Commissioners, beginning at 9:00 A.M., will conduct public hearings to consider transmittal of the following 1st Set Comprehensive Plan Amendments.  Those CPA’s that are considered for transmittal will then be continued to April 22, 2014 for consolidation with other CPA’s for a single transmittal package.

 

1. Application CPA 14-1, SMR Real Estate:  A Future Land Use Map (FLUM) change from Industrial to Commercial Limited on a 4.02 acre parcel located at the intersection of SW Corporate Parkway and SW Armellini Avenue in Palm City.

 

2. Application CPA 14-2, Kanner 5601:  A Future Land Use Map (FLUM) change on two parcels to “swap” the Low Density and Commercial General land uses, between a 0.83 acre parcel and a 1.05 acre parcel, located on SW Kanner Highway east of SW Linden Street.

 

3. Application CPA 14-5, Transportation Maps: A text amendment to the Comprehensive Growth Management Plan to revise the functional classification for Martin Highway and Indian Street since the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge is completed.  Also amend the number of roadway lanes on SR 711 from east of State Road 76 to the Martin/Palm Beach county line for consistency with an FDOT project to widen the road from 2 lanes to 4 lanes.

 

Please be advised that on April 22, 2014, the Board of County Commissioners, beginning at 9:00 A.M., will conduct public hearings to consider transmittal of the following 1st Set Comprehensive Plan Amendments.

 

4. Application CPA 14-3, ANG Holdings: A Future Land Use Map (FLUM) change from Rural Density (allowing a maximum of one unit per two acres) to Residential Estate Density (allowing a maximum of two units per acre) on a ±97.06 acre parcel located on the south side of S.E. Cove Road, east of S.E. Grace Lane.

 

5. AN ORDINANCE OF MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, REGARDING COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT 14-7, SETTLEMENT OF PLAN AMENDMENT CHALLENGE, AMENDING PORTIONS OF CHAPTER 1, PREAMBLE; CHAPTER 2, DEFINITIONS; CHAPTER 4, FUTURE LAND USE; AND CHAPTER 9, CONSERVATION AND OPEN SPACE ELEMENTS OF THE COMPREHENSIVE GROWTH MANAGEMENT PLAN, MARTIN COUNTY CODE AMENDED BY ORDINANCES 938, 945 AND 946; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTING PROVISIONS, SEVERABILITY, AND APPLICABILITY; PROVIDING FOR FILING WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE, CODIFICATION, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

The staff reports for the comprehensive plan amendments can be downloaded from the Web at:

http://www.martin.fl.us/portal/page?_pageid=355,4439276&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL

  

Public comment, email or US mail, should be addressed to Nicki van Vonno, AICP, Growth Management Department Director.  The email address is: nikkiv@martin.fl.us. Public comment sent by US Mail should be addressed to County Administrative Center, 2401 S.E. Monterey Rd. Stuart, FL 34996.

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