City of Maitland

Discussion Item

Evaluation & Appraisal Report (EAR) Introduction


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  1. Printout
  2. City of Maitland EAR Initial Summary (This file has not yet been converted to a viewable format)

Financial Impact


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Meeting History

Sep 7, 2017 6:30 PM Media Planning and Zoning Commission Regular
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Mr. Berns-Cadle stated that Kelley Klepper and Clif Tate from Kimley-Horn & Associates will provide the Planning & Zoning Commission (P&Z) with an update on the progress of the Evaluation & Appraisal Report (EAR) and EAR-based amendments. This presentation is for information purposes only and is intended to provide P&Z with the overall process, where we are today, where the City is heading with the EAR-based amendments and what the role of P&Z will be as we continue forward with the EAR-based amendments. Florida Statue requires the City of Maitland to evaluate the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) every seven (7) years. The City of Maitland shall determine if plan amendments are necessary to reflect changes in state requirements. The City of Maitland is encouraged to update the CDP to reflect changes in local conditions. The City of Maitland is required to notify the Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) as to its determination by September 1, 2017. If the City of Maitland determines that plan amendments are required, the plan amendments shall be prepared and transmitted within one (1) year.

Chairperson Wilde opened the item for public comment. There being no one who wished to speak, the public comment period was closed.

Mr. Kelly Klepper, Kimley-Horn (by phone), and Clif Tate, Kimley-Horn were present for this item and provided the update on the EAR and EAR-based amendments.

Mr. Kalmanson inquired if the City's traffic issues have changed since the previous study.

Ms. Sokos inquired if there will be a focus on technical aspects and how do they think they can use the goals, objectives and policies to touch upon complete streets.

Mr. Tate responded to the Commission's inquiries. He stated that the traffic modeling has changed significantly since the previous study. He also stated that the traffic issues will be addressed in the EAR amendments.


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