|Manatee County Government Administrative Center Commission Chambers, First Floor 9:00 a.m. - November 28, 2017|
Agenda Item #45
LDA-14-01 - Local Development Agreement for Aqua by the Bay - DTS20140243 - Quasi-Judicial - Clarke Davis, Public Works
Briefing Provided Upon Request
Contact and/or Presenter Information
Presenter: Clarke Davis, Public Works, x7272
This is the first of two required public hearings. No action is requested at this first hearing.
Manatee County Comprehensive Plan
Aqua by the Bay (Aqua) was approved on October 3, 2017, as PDR/PDMU-15-10(Z)(G) for a 529.1786± acre collection of parcels of real property located in Manatee County and generally bounded by Sarasota Bay to the south, Legends Bay Subdivision to the east, and El Conquistador Parkway. The site is located in the Planned Development Residential (PDR) and Planned Development Mixed Use (PDMU) zoning districts, and it is approved for 2,894 residential units with a maximum allowed structure height of 95 feet and 78,000 square feet of commercial uses.
The proposed Local Development Agreement is to establish the terms under which the Aqua developer shall provide proportionate fair-share mitigation to satisfy the transportation concurrency requirement and the terms under which the County shall provide an extension of the transportation concurrency approval.
The proportionate fair-share amount was calculated based on Aqua’s share of development-required mitigation at four intersection locations. The combined estimate of the proportionate fair-share payments is $1,542,580.00. The agreement allows for payment of the fair-share amount in-full for the County to implement capacity projects in accordance with statutory requirements, or for the Aqua developer to construct road improvements to El Conquistador Parkway having the same value.
The agreement also specifies the County shall issue a Certificate of Level of Service Compliance (CLOS) for transportation concurrency with an initial expiration date of December 31, 2022. It contains provisions under which the developer may extend the expiration by as much as eight years.
This is the first of two required public hearings. The second hearing is scheduled for December 7, 2017.
County Attorney Review
Other (Requires explanation in field below)
Explanation of Other
William Clague reviewed under Request for Legal Services #RLS-14-176.
Instructions to Board Records
Cost and Funds Source Account Number and Name
Amount and Frequency of Recurring Costs
Attachment: Aqua LDA (Final 20171121).pdf
Attachment: LDA-14-01 Maps.pdf
Attachment: Copy of Newspaper Advertising.pdf