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File #: 19-0281    Version: 1
Type: Presentation Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 8/27/2019 In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 9/10/2019 Final action:
Title: Revised Preliminary Development Plan for Celebration Pointe Transit Oriented Development
Attachments: 1. Staff Report Celebration Pointe 6th Rev PDP 08272019.pdf, 2. 1_CP_C0_00_Cover.pdf, 3. 2_CP_SP0_00_Master_Plan_Development_Notes.pdf, 4. 3_CP_SP1_00_Master_Plan.pdf, 5. 4_CP_SP1_10_Phasing_Plan.pdf, 6. 5_CP_SP2_00_Open_Space_Plan.pdf, 7. 6_CP_SP3_00_Transportation_Network_Plan.pdf, 8. DR_19_36 Celebration Pointe RPDP.pdf, 9. Engagement SurveyADA RevPDP CelebPointe.pdf, 10. Celebration Pointe Presentation.pdf
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Agenda Item Name:

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Revised Preliminary Development Plan for Celebration Pointe Transit Oriented Development

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Presenter:

Leslie McLendon and Christine Berish

 

Description:

Request approval of the revised preliminary development plan for Celebration Pointe Transit Oriented Development

 

Recommended Action:

Recommended Action

Approve the proposed revised preliminary development plan based on a finding of consistency with the Alachua County Comprehensive Plan, and the Alachua County Unified Land Development Code.

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Prior Board Motions:

Original Preliminary Development Plan approval on 11/09/2010

Resolution DR-13-15 on 07/09/2013

Resolution DR-15-21 on 06/23/2015

Resolution DR-16-38 on 11/08/2016

Resolution DR-17-35 on 10/10/2017

 

Fiscal Consideration:

Fiscal Consideration

None

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Background:

This is the 6h revised preliminary development plan for Celebration Pointe TOD. The purpose of the revised preliminary development plan is to incorporate a strip of property between the existing Block 13 and The Reserve at Kanapaha (RAK) that was previously right of way. The right of way has since been vacated.

The proposed revised preliminary development exceeds the threshold established in Unified Land Development Code (ULDC) Section 402.44 for review by the Development Review Committee. Therefore, the revised preliminary development plan requires approval by the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC).