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File #: 2090   
Type: Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/4/2020 In control: Planning and Zoning Board / Local Planning Agency
On agenda: 9/21/2020 Final action:
Title: Brevard Medical City, LLC, requests Adoption of the 2019-2.2 Large Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment to change the Future Land Use designation from Planned Industrial to Community Commercial. (19PZ00086) (District 4)
Attachments: 1. Administrative Policies of the Future Land Use Element.pdf, 2. Addendum to Staff Comments, 3. Revised GIS Maps
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Subject:
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Brevard Medical City, LLC, requests Adoption of the 2019-2.2 Large Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment to change the Future Land Use designation from Planned Industrial to Community Commercial. (19PZ00086) (District 4)
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Fiscal Impact:
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Dept/Office:
Planning and Development
Requested Action:
Recommendation
It is requested that the Local Planning Agency conduct a public hearing to consider adoption of the 2019-2.2 Large Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment for Brevard Medical City, LLC, to change the Future Land Use designation from Planned Industrial to Community Commercial.
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Summary Explanation and Background:
The proposed amendment is seeking to change the Comprehensive Plan from PI (Planned Industrial) to CC (Community Commercial) on 14.12 acres of land located on the east side of N. Wickham Road, approximately 748 feet north of Jordan Blass Boulevard. The applicant originally requested the Future Land Use Amendment on 16.329 acres of land, but has reduced the request to 14.12 acres, a reduction of 2.209 acres. The applicant has also applied for a change of zoning classification from PIP (Planned Industrial Park), and PUD (Planned Unit Development) to all PUD.

Of the comment letters received from the St. Johns River Water Management District, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and the Florida Department of Transportation, only FDOT had comments:

1. The Department recommends Brevard County include the proposed development program in the final Comprehensive Plan Amendment Ordinance to minimize potential impacts of the proposed amendment to State facilities.

2. The Department recommends Brevard County request that the applicant provide a Traffic Impact Analysis as part of the identified PUD request and coordinate with the Department in order to identify appropriate mitigation strategies to address potential impacts to State facilities.

The applicant discussed submittin...

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