1998/1999 Regular Amendment Cycle


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Current Status - No
This is a request to Amend the Future Land Use Map series for a specified portion (22.9 acres) of two parcels of land located in Section 11, Township 46 South, Range 23 East (across Summerlin from the Sanibel Factory Outlet shops) to change the classification shown on Map 1, the Future Land Use Map, from "Outlying Suburban" to "Urban Community."



Current Status - Deny
This is a request to Amend the Future Land Use Map series for four parcels of land (totaling 55.13 acres) located in Section 33, Township 46 South, Range 25 East (generally located between Corkscrew Road and Williams Road on the east side of U.S. 41) to change the classification shown on Map 1, the Future Land Use Map, from "Suburban" to "Urban Community."



Current Status - No
Bonita Bay - Boone Property withdrawn NO REVIEW NECESSARY



Current Status - Continued
This request includes four components: Create a new Future Land Use Map category named "Mixed Use Interchange" Amend Policy 1.3.2, "General Interchange", to remove language that allows residential uses in this land use category. Amend the Future Land Use Map series for six parcels of land (153.2 acres are included in the request, per the application) located in Sections 15 and 22, Township 45 South, Range 25 East (generally located in the northwest quadrant of the intersection of Daniels Road and I-75) to change the classification shown on Map 1, the Future Land Use Map, from "Outlying Suburban", "General Interchange" and "Wetlands" to the new "Mixed Use Transitional Interchange" category. Amend the Planning Communities Acreage Allocation Table 1b in the Daniels Parkway Planning Community to add 67 residential acres to the new "Mixed Use Transitional Interchange" category, reduce the allocation of "Outlying Suburban" by 58 acres to 882 acres and reduce the "General Interchange" allocation from 9 acres to 0.



Current Status - Continued
This is a request to amend the existing text of Policy 1.4.5, the Density Reduction/Groundwater Resource (DR/GR) descriptor policy, to allow "private recreational facilities" (such as golf courses, golf driving range, swimming pools, tennis, shuffleboard, handball, racquetball, playgrounds, outdoor cultural facility, archery ranges, and boat and canoe rental) in the Density Reduction/Groundwater Resource land use category.



Current Status - Continued
Add a new policy, proposed Policy 5.1.12, to the Future Land Use Element. The inclusion of this policy in the Lee Plan will provide the ability to transfer residential development rights from Buck Key to South Seas Plantation Resort located on Captiva Island. Add a footnote to Table 1, Summary of Residential Densities, under "Maximum Total Density" that provides: "Maximum density may be permitted to exceed standard density pursuant to the provisions of Policy 5.1.12 where the transfer of development rights is approved pursuant to a developer agreement with Lee County." Modify the definition of Density in the Glossary to allow the inclusion of "acreage related to the natural systems preserved through a development agreement for which a receiving parcel has received transfer of development rights approval" in the calculation of gross residential density. Withdrawn



Current Status - No
This is a request to revise the existing text of Policy 80.1.2 to state that the County shall not rezone for (versus the current wording that states that the County shall not permit ) new or expanded mobile home or recreational vehicle development on barrier islands or in V-zones as defined by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Withdrawn



Current Status - No
Amend the Future Land Use Map series for the existing residential subdivisions (Brynwood, Pinehurst, and Camelot) and adjacent parcels located in Section 24, Township 45 South, Range 25 East (generally located south of Daniels Parkway between U.S. 41 and Metro Parkway) to change the classification shown on Map 1, the Future Land Use Map, from "Central Urban" to "Suburban" or "Outlying Suburban."



Current Status - No
Amend the Future Land Use Map series, Map 1 the Future Land Use Map, to change the Future Land Use designation from Industrial Development to Open Lands for approximately 135 acres of land lying east of US41 and north of Alico Road in the northwest corner of section 05, township 46, range 25.



Current Status - Continued
Amend the Vision Statement, Chapter I of the Lee Plan, to reflect the new Planning Communities Concept and their sub-communities.



Current Status - No
Evaluate Policy 1.1.7 "Industrial Development" to determine whether mining should be considered an allowable use.



Current Status - No
Amend Policy 5.1.5 to specifically include the review of Special Exception uses to assure that adequate conditions may be attached to minimize or eliminate potential negative impacts.



Current Status - No
Adopt language under Goal 6, Commercial Land Use, that differentiates between Minor and Major collectors roadways



Current Status - No
Evaluate and fix the apparent inconsistencies in the reference made in Objective 12.1 under Goal 12, San Carlos Island.



Current Status - No
Amend Objective 17.2 to reinstate language restricting future road plans and prohibiting the extension of certain specific road facilities within the Buckingham Rural Community Preserve Area.



Current Status - No
Add criteria which encourages the location of schools proximate to urban residential areas and add a requirement that the county seek to collocate public facilities, such as parks, libraries and community centers, with schools to the maximum extent possible.



Current Status - No
Revise and update the Transportation Element including the following: Update of Map 3A of the Transportation Map Series (2020 Financially Feasible Transportation Plan) to reflect amendments to the Lee County MPO 2020 Transportation Plan, based on the network proposals from the Bonita Springs Traffic Circulation Study. Update of Map 3D of the Transportation Map Series (Bikeways/Walkways Facilities Plan) to reflect the most recent version of that document



Current Status - Effective
Amend Objective 33.1 and its subsequent policies to reflect the current status of the Lee County Regional Water Supply Authority.



Current Status - No
Amend Policy 37.1.4 to change the reference to the Soil Conservation Service to reflect the current agency name, the U.S.D.A. Natural Resources Conservation Service.



Current Status - No
Amend the Conservation and Coastal Management Element to eliminate the duplication between Policy 73.1.7 and Policy 73.1.8.



Current Status - No
Amend the Conservation and Coastal Management Element to eliminate the duplication between Policy 97.1.3 and Policy 97.1.4.



Current Status - No
Amend Policy 70.1.3 to reflect the current roadway level of service standards and language as identified in Policy 22.1.1 and the backlogged road provisions in Policy 22.1.2



Current Status - No
Amend the Capital Improvements Element (Tables 3 & 4) to reflect the latest adopted Capital Improvement Program.



Current Status - No
Amend the Glossary to modify the "Coastal High Hazard Area" definition to be consistent with Florida Statute 163.3178(2)(h) and evaluate the effects of this change on Goals 75 and 76 and its subsequent policies.



Current Status - No
Amend the Glossary to modify the definition of Hurricane Vulnerability Zone.



Current Status - No
Amend the Glossary to add one or more definitions for Moderate, Low and Very Low Income individuals and families.



Current Status - Effective
Revise the Lee Plan to replace the references to specific departments and divisions with more generic language such as "Lee County staff." Specifically amend the Conservation and Coastal Management Element Policies 72.1.1, 73.1.6, 80.1.4.



Current Status - No
Evaluate and analyze the nine land use recommendations of the Arnold Committee for inclusion into the Lee Plan.



Current Status - No
Evaluate the provision in Policy 79.1.4 which prohibits new or replacement drawbridges on evacuation routes spanning major or marked navigable waterways.