2004/2005 Regular Amendment Cycle


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Current Status - Effective
Amend Lee Plan Policy 19.2.5 of the Future Land Use Element to allow outdoor display in excess of 1 acre at the intersection of I-75 and Corkscrew Road.



Current Status - Withdrawn
Change to Objective 1.1 to create Policy 1.1.10, Public Marine Mixed-Use. Amend FLUM to change existing land use category to Public Marine Mixed-Use as described in Exhibit "A".



Current Status - Deny
Amend the Lee Plan Map series Map 1, the Future Land Use Map for a portion of a 54-acre tract in Section 27, Township 45, Range 25 from Rural to Outlying Suburban. The subject property abuts I-75 on the East and is approximately one mile south of Daniels Parkway.



Current Status - Deny
A privately initiated request to amend Policy 14.2.2 of the Lee Plan for Greater Pine Island to revise traffic service volume calculations.



Current Status - Withdrawn
Change Future Land Use Category of subject parcel from Rural and Open Lands to Rural Village



Current Status - Withdrawn
Amend Policy 17.1.3 to allow lots to be clustered as part of an Agricultural Planned Development with minimum lot sizes of 1/2 acre.



Current Status - Effective
Amend the Future Land Use Map series for an approximate ± 27.25 acre portion of land located in Section 17, Township 43 South, Range 25 East, to change the classification shown on Map 1, the Future Land Use Map, from "Rural" to "Suburban." Amend the Future Land Use Map series for an approximate ± 17.81 acre portion of land located in Section 19, Township 43 South, Range 25 East, to change the classification shown on Map 1, the Future Land Use Map, from "Suburban" to "Rural."



Current Status - Effective
Amend Goal 13 of the Lee Plan specific to the Captiva community to incorporate the recommendations of the Captiva Island Community Planning effort. Amend Goal 84: Wetlands to add a new Policy 84.1.4



Current Status - Withdrawn
Amend the Lee Plan Map series Map 1, The Future Land Use Map for parcels in Sections 27, 34, 35 and 36, Township 43 Range 46 from Rural and Suburban to Outlying Suburban with a density limit of 2 units per acre. Amend Footnote 6 of Table 1(a), the density table to add the following language: The property that is the subject of CPA2004-10 is eligible for an increase from 1,999 to 2,999 dwelling units upon the execution of a development agreement which legally obligates the developer of the property to pay a proportionate share of the cost of six-laning State Road 80 from State Road 31 to Buckingham Road. No development orders may be issued for the additional units until the construction of the improvement is included in the first three years of the County's Capital Improvement Program or the Florida Department Of Transportation Work Program.



Current Status - Effective
Amend the Future Land Use Element of the Lee Plan to incorporate the recommendations of the Boca Grande Community Planning effort. Establish a new Vision Statement and a new Goal, including Objectives and Policies specific to Boca Grande.



Current Status - Effective
Evaluate the future land use designations of Map 1, the Future Land Use Map, for the Interstate 75 and State Road 80 Interchange to balance existing and future land use designations in this area.



Current Status - Effective
Amend the Lee Plan's Conservation and Coastal Management element Policy 75.1.4 to consider limiting the future population exposed to coastal flooding while considering applications for rezoning in the Coastal High Hazard Area.



Current Status - Effective
Text Amendment to revise the Lee Plan Land Use Allocation Table (Table 1b) for the Fort Myers Shores Planning Community to address the establishment of the Outlying Suburban future land use category within the Planning Community.



Current Status - Effective
Amend the Future Land Use Map series for specified parcels of land (total of approximately 157 acres) located in Section 31, Township 43 South, Range 22 East to change the Future Land Use classification shown on Map 1 from "Coastal Rural" to "Outlying Suburban." The property is generally located in the Bokeelia area south of Barrancas Avenue and north of Pinehurst Road. Amend the Pine Island Vision Statement and Goal 14 to recognize the value of preserving agricultural activities on the island; Amend the Future Land Use Element Policy 1.4.7, the Coastal Rural Policy, to allow the retention of active or passive agriculture in lieu of habitat restoration to regain density; Amend the current percentages of preserved or restored uplands in Policy 1.4.7; Amend the Lee Plan to add a policy that further defines the restoration standards referred to in Policy 1.4.7; Amend Housing Element Policy 100.2.3 to incorporate a reference to the Coastal Rural future land use category; Amend the Pine Island Vision Statement, Goal 14, Table 1(a) footnote 4, the Definition of Density in the Glossary, and any other Plan provisions to create a new transfer of development rights program for Pine Island; Amend the definition of Density to allow mixed use projects to retain some or all of their residential density that is typically lost to commercial acreage, if Pine Island TDRs are utilized to regain density; Amend the Mixed Use definition in the Glossary to better define mixed use projects; Evaluate creating a concurrency exception area for a portion of Pine Island Center; and, Evaluate establishing additional Urban Infill areas on the mainland portion of the County to be receiving areas for Pine Island TDRs. Evaluate increasing allowable bonus densities in specific locations based on a point system that incorporates several criteria