Evaluation and Appraisal Report 2004 by hrs16503

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									  Evaluation
      and
Appraisal Report
     2004
    What is an Evaluation and
      Appraisal Report?

• An assessment of progress
• Identifies changes
  – Successes and failures
  – Conditions that effect the community
  – State and Growth Management policies
 2004 Evaluation and Appraisal
            Report

• Due in February 2004
• Different approach than in past

          Key Planning Issues vs.
        Policy by Policy evaluation
                                      Lee County EAR Schedule
                                                            2003                                2004
                                 April May June July AugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecemberJanuaryFebruary
Deadline
BoCC Transmittal
Possible LPA Meeting
Response to Draft
Possible LPA Meeting
Submit Draft to DCA
Final LPA Meeting
Preparation of EAR
Response from DCA
Letter of Understanding to DCA
Scoping Meeting
LPA - Summary&Input
Agency Workshops
LPA - Summary&Input
Final Public Workshop
         PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
                           • PUBLICLY ADVERTISED
                             WORKSHOPS

                           • QUESTIONNAIRES TO
                             WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS

                           • INFO POSTED ON PLANNING
                             DIVISION WEB PAGE AND IN
                             DCD NEWSLETTER


* Photo from 4/9/03 North Fort Myers Neighbor
WHAT WE ASKED CITIZENS

• What issues do you believe are most
  important?
• Does the Lee Plan address those issues?
• What changes could better direct the
  County’s growth?
                     Growth

 Population 1994   Population 2002   Total Growth
    371,727           475,073          103,346



Development 1994 Development 2002 Total Development
  76,310 acres     91,771 acres      15,461 acres
      Major Issues in SW Florida
    As perceived by the Department of Community Affairs

•   Level of Service on Regional Roadways
•   Growth Pressures
•   Hurricane Evacuation
•   Coastal High Hazard Areas
•   Natural Resource Systems
•   Platted Areas
•   Water Supply and Land Use
•   Land Use and School Facilities
What Can Your Agency Contribute?

• Tell us what you believe are the major
  development issues facing Lee County.
• Let us know whether you believe the Lee
  Plan adequately addresses these issues.
• Provide data and direction to help Planning
  address the issues that are of concern to
  your agency.

								
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