2009/2010 Regular Amendment Cycle


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Current Status - Effective
Clarify how wetland densities and wetland density transfers are calculated by the Lee Plan. The Board of County Commissioners reviewed the issue discretionary density bonuses for wetlands, when transferred to uplands, and how the process has been working with the State's wetland permit system. The concern arises when urban density bonuses are provided for filled wetlands, which has resulted in significant wetland loss, increased storm water discharge demand, and loss of environmental values. The Board directed that staff review the item and come back with recommendations.



Current Status - Effective
Amend the future land use category of 919.5 acres of land from the Density Reduction/Ground Water future land use category to the University Community future land use category. The property is located on the south side of Alico Road, east of Ben Hill Griffin Parkway and north of the Miromar Lakes residential community. The applicant is requesting the amendment to accommodate 1,950 residential units, 250 hotel rooms and approximately 1.6 million square feet of commercial space.



Current Status - Withdrawn
Amend the Lee Plan to reflect the North Olga Community Plan. The proposed amendment includes goals, policies and objectives specific to the North Olga Community.



Current Status - Effective
Amend the Commercial Future Land Use Category Policy to include a Floor Area Ratio for the Pine Island Road/Orchid Road Commercial area.



Current Status - Withdrawn
Modify Table 5(a), Southwest Florida International Airport Development Schedule, to address changing needs



Current Status - Withdrawn
Modify Table 5(b), Page Field General Aviation Airport Development Schedule, to address changing needs



Current Status - Effective
Update Conservation Lands Future Land Use designations on the Future Land Use Map.



Current Status - Effective
Amend Goal 12 and Map 2, to refine the San Carlos Island Water-Dependent Overlay Zone.



Current Status - Effective
In order to comply with State Law when receiving TRIP funds, amend Policy 37.1.1 to modify the LOS standard for a segment of Six Mile Cypress Parkway to adhere to the statewide minimum LOS.



Current Status - Effective
This amendment proposes to modify the Tradeport Land Use category, Policy 1.2.2, by establishing criteria under which community and regional retail commercial development may occur in conjunction with industrial, office and research and development, if developed as a single project which provides for economic development opportunities. The regional and community commercial uses would be in addition to the corner-store commercial land uses currently permitted in this land use category.