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Title XI
COUNTY ORGANIZATION AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
Chapter 163
INTERGOVERNMENTAL PROGRAMS
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F.S. 163.3227
163.3227 Requirements of a development agreement.
(1) A development agreement shall include the following:
(a) A legal description of the land subject to the agreement, and the names of its legal and equitable owners;
(b) The duration of the agreement;
(c) The development uses permitted on the land, including population densities, and building intensities and height;
(d) A description of public facilities that will service the development, including who shall provide such facilities; the date any new facilities, if needed, will be constructed; and a schedule to assure public facilities are available concurrent with the impacts of the development;
(e) A description of any reservation or dedication of land for public purposes;
(f) A description of all local development permits approved or needed to be approved for the development of the land;
(g) A finding that the development permitted or proposed is consistent with the local government’s comprehensive plan and land development regulations;
(h) A description of any conditions, terms, restrictions, or other requirements determined to be necessary by the local government for the public health, safety, or welfare of its citizens; and
(i) A statement indicating that the failure of the agreement to address a particular permit, condition, term, or restriction shall not relieve the developer of the necessity of complying with the law governing said permitting requirements, conditions, term, or restriction.
(2) A development agreement may provide that the entire development or any phase thereof be commenced or completed within a specific period of time.
History.s. 23, ch. 86-191; s. 31, ch. 91-45.