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Summary
PL20180000049
I-75/Alligator Alley (PUDA)
Pre-Application Meeting (Status: Complete - Add Application Type)
Planned Unit Development Amendment (Status: Resubmit - Open for Uploads)
Resubmit - Open for Uploads
01/05/2018
93 FLRPT LLC WR 1 ASSOCIATES LTD
Proposed amendment to add multi-family residential dwelling units
Locations
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Property
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Pre-Application Meeting
Complete - Add Application Type
Planned Unit Development Amendment
Planning Commission & Board of Commissioners
Resubmit - Open for Uploads
4 Re-Submittal      Status: Pending
2 Re-Submittal      Status: Returned for Correction
Review Application Type Outcome Est. Completion Completed
Addressing - GIS Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 07/10/2018 07/03/2018
Annis Moxam ((239) 252-5519)   Send Email
Comprehensive Planning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 07/10/2018 06/29/2018
Corby Schmidt ((239) 252-2944)   Send Email
Environmental Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 07/10/2018 07/10/2018
Summer Araque ((239) 252-6290)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/10/2018

Section 2.4 – Does not make sense as it states that 29.4 acres of the 40.8 acres is proposed for Commercial uses. How many acres will be purchased for the apartment complex?
Admin. Code Ch. 3 G.1. PUD Master Plan Contents. PUD Requirements
Resolved
07/10/2018

Master Plan Exhibit A: - Revegetated is spelled incorrectly on the hatching legend for Exhibit A. THE AGENT HAS ADVISED THEY WILL NOT BE CORRECTING THIS MIS-SPELLING.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/10/2018

Environmental Development Commitments: a. It is the agent’s option to remove Commitments C-E b. Refer to Deviation number in Commitment G AGENT HAS CHOSEN TO KEEP COMMITMENT C-E
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

Please explain in Deviation #4 under which circumstances there will be an additional 3.29 acres of preserve (if portions of the PUD are developed as residential).
LDC 3.05.07 H.1. Preserve Label
Resolved
07/10/2018

a. Preserves are labeled, however it is difficult to decipher where the preserve boundary ends for Exhibit B. b. Breakout the Preserve in the Land Use Summary for both Exhibits and Section 4.3.
LDC 3.05.07.B-D Preserve Calculation
Resolved
07/10/2018

Provide calculations on site plan showing the appropriate acreage of native vegetation to be retained, the maximum amount and ratios permitted to be created on-site or mitigated off-site. Exclude vegetation located within existing utility and access easements from the preserve calculations (LDC3.05.07 B. - D.).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

REPEAT COMMENT: It is not necessary to list specific uses in the preserve as you will need to follow the LDC. If you would like to include language related to uses in the preserve, please incorporate the following language into Section 3.2: Passive uses are allowed within preserves to provide for access to the preserve, as long as any clearing required to facilitate these uses does not impact the minimum required native vegetation or cause loss of function to the preserve. Passive uses are subject to LDC section Allowable uses within County required preserves.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

REPEAT COMMENT: Section 3.2 needs to be revised as follows a. Remove the word Water Management in the first sentence b. Remove the second sentence and revise the third to remove “However”
Admin. Code Ch. 3 G.1. PUD Master Plan Contents. PUD Requirements
Outstanding
06/11/2018

The landscape buffer note either needs to go on the site plan or as a Buffer Committment (not an Environmental Requirement): Where preserves occur adjacent to development off site and will be used in lieu of landscape buffers, include the following condition in the environmental commitments section of the PUD document or master plan: Preserves may be used to satisfy the landscape buffer requirements after exotic vegetation removal in accordance with LDC sections 4.06.02 and 4.06.05.E.1. Supplemental plantings with native plant materials shall be in accordance with LDC section 3.05.07. ***Please note that Landscaping Review may request additional language***
LDC 3.08.00. Environmental Data Requirements
Resolved
07/10/2018

Provide the following Environmental Data (LDC 3.08.00): a. Provide aeiral exhibits showing Preserves as part of the environmental data report. Include acreage and provide for both preserve proposals. b. On page 4, please use present tense for new calcution which excludes the ROW & easements. c. Provide a map showing connection to adjacent preserves. d. Provide proposed replanting plan for created preserve.
Admin. Code Ch. 3 G.1. PUD Master Plan Contents #4. PUD Minimum Acreage
Outstanding
07/10/2018

The following will need to be included as a deviation. In accordance with LDC 3.05.07.H.1.h.ii.f), when stormwater discharges are allowed in preserves, the associated stormwater facilities such as berms, swales, or outfall structures, may be located within the preserve, but the area of such facilities cannot count towards the native vegetation preservation requirement pursuant to section 3.05.07.
Fire Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 07/10/2018 06/12/2018
Thomas Mastroberto ((239) 252-7348)   Send Email
Public Utilities - PUED Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 07/10/2018 07/10/2018
Eric Fey ((239) 252-1037)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: Accurately show and label all existing and proposed CUEs on the master plan, particularly the 20' CUEs for the future raw water transmission mains emanating from the well sites. 7/10/2018: Some existing CUEs are shown on the master plan but are not shown completely or accurately. Either show them correctly or eliminate them. However, the platted RWE's and connecting CUE's to be vacated pursuant to proposed commitment 5.3 A should be shown and annotated appropriately along with the proposed CUE along the western PUD boundary, which should be identified as a County Utility Easement and not a Public Utility Easement.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: The preserve may not encroach into the raw water well site or transmission main easements, and CUEs shall not be utilized for restoration of native vegetation or for required buffer plantings. Revise the master plan accordingly. 7/10/2018: Coordinate with Summer Araque on any language needed to address sequencing. If the preserve is recreated prior to construction of utility improvements, then construction activities within the portion of the CUE inside the preserve may need to be restricted to directional drilling only.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: Please provide a typical cross section of the berm along the northeastern PUD boundary, showing adequate vehicular access along the 20' CUE for the future raw water transmission main. The cross section should show required buffer plantings in relation to the main; a 7.5' min. setback is required. 7/10/2018: Section V of the PUD document should identify developer commitments only and should not be used to assign obligations to Collier County. As such, the first sentence of proposed commitment 5.3 A should be rewritten as a conditional statement--if Collier County vacates the platted RWE's and CUE's along the northern fringe of the PUD, then the developer shall grant a CUE along the western PUD boundary. Likewise, the County should not be obligated by the PUD document to reserve system capacity to serve the project in exchange for the CUE. Any obligations to be assumed by the County should be addressed through a separate agreement.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: Please add a commitment to provide a 20' CUE along the western, northern, and eastern PUD boundaries, north of Bedzel Circle, and connecting to the raw water well site easements, to serve as a corridor for future raw water mains and/or potential relocation of water and wastewater transmission mains now in the Collier Blvd right-of-way. 7/10/2018: Proposed commitment 5.3 B is redundant with proposed commitment 5.3 A, and it is too specific. While the stated intent of the CUE is correct, the commitment language should not restrict the County's use to that purpose. Also, see the previous correction comment concerning the capacity reservation language, and note that any reservation would require engineering review and administrative approval.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/10/2018

4/19/2018: Delete paragraph 5.3 A as this is an unnecessary statement.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/10/2018

4/19/2018: Revise paragraph 5.3 B as follows: 1) change four instances of the word "field" to "site"; 2) adjust the location descriptions for the raw water well site easements as needed; and 3) in the last sentence, change the words "wastewater transmission" to "domestic wastewater collection/transmission" to be consistent with the FDEP's rule language.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
07/10/2018

7/10/2018: On the master plan, please clarify the numerous dashed lines shown between the west water management pre-treatment area and the west end of Bedzel Circle; provide appropriate labels or eliminate these lines.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
07/10/2018

7/10/2018: The CUE at the western PUD boundary should be next to and fully outside the 20' landscape buffer (except where it crosses the northern buffer), it should be increased to 30 feet in width, and it should connect with the CUE recorded at O.R. 1552, pg. 2241. A temporary construction easement over the entire western water management pre-treatment area would also be beneficial. These requested changes would facilitate adequate space for construction of one or more large pipelines with no impact to the plan of development. Please revise the PUD master plan and Subsection 5.3 of the PUD document accordingly.
Transportation Planning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 07/10/2018 07/10/2018
Michael Sawyer ((239) 252-2926)   Send Email
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Outstanding
06/11/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.2: See review 1 below. Not done, the inconsistency remains TIS vs PUD. Revise one or both so it is clear what is proposed. If the trip limit is correct as proposed the PUD needs to reflect the same commercial sf reduction with/if residential is done that is shown in the TIS (net change 82,000 sf). Or revise the TIS to indicate the entire 265,000 sf to remain increaseing the new trips proposed. Sorry but the TIS and PUD need to be consistent. Rev.1: Reference PUD Doc., Section IV, 4.2, Revise the development intensity to be consistent with your TIS report or revise your TIS to reflect 265,000 sf commerncial, plus 107 room hotel, plus 425 residential units.
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Outstanding
06/11/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.2: Please see rev.1 comment, current language not provided. Add the following….”based on the use codes in the ITE Manual on trip generation rates in effect at the time of application for SDP/SDPA or subdivision plat approval.” Rev.1: Reference PUD Doc., K. Please revise trip limit to most current CAO language.
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Outstanding
06/11/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.2: Plesae see other review comments regarding TIS and PUD consistency. Issue remains with evaluation criteria which now appear to proposed the full 265,000 sf commencial plus hotel plus 425 residential units. Rev.1: Reference Evaluation Criteria Narrative page one, third paragraph. It is stated that no commercial uses or square footage is eliminated by this proposed change but the proposed residential use would obviously displace acreage for commercial uses...please explain how specifically? Also note review 1 and 2 comments above
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Resolved
07/10/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.1: TIS comments: 1. The TIS states that the proposed Amendment does not result in additional “net new” trips. This is true for the PM peak hour traffic, as shown on Table C (pg. 4) of the TIS. This is not true for the daily trips or for the AM peak hour trips: Please include AM peak hour trip calc's for clarity of proposed impacts. Such as the following... Land Use AM Pk. Hr. PM PK. Hr. ADT Current PUD/uses XXX XXX XXXXX Proposed PUD/Uses XXX XXX XXXXX The planning commission has shown interest in AM peak trips at recent hearings. This information will not change staff's review based on the GMP however it is requested to provide a clearer idea of impacts.
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Resolved
07/10/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.1: Please provide confirmation of coordination of proposed master plan with FDOT staff as discussed at pre app meeting regarding the interchange improvements now under design and budgeted.
Zoning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 07/10/2018 06/27/2018
Timothy Finn ((239) 252-4312)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
06/22/2018

In the Application under Associations section: This section was left blank which addresses the name and mailing address of all registered Home Owners Assocaitions that could be affected by the application. Please confirm if there is indeed no Home Owners Associations that would be affected by the application.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
06/26/2018

In the Application under the Applicant Contact Information: Revise this section to cross out agent and then provide a separate sheet providing agents information i.e (Wayne Arnold and Rich Yovanovich) and more importantly Josh Purvis needs to provide authorization from the owners to appoint himself as the applicant.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
06/22/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 8 of 20 under Section 4.3: The following footnote "***Residential uses may only be developed within the area platted as Lot 1 on the Alligator Alley Commerce Center Phase Two Plat" needs to be reflected on the revised "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
07/10/2018

Comment from 4-19-18: In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 8 of 20 under Section 4.2: The 265,000 sqaure feet needs to be revised to what is stated in the TIS which is 183,000 square feet in Table B. Per the TIS on page 3 the development of 425 multi family dwelling units will require 82,000 s.f. of commercial/retail land uses be displaced by the resdeintial use. Comment from 7-10-18: Still need to resolve 4-19-18 comment
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
06/22/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 12 of 20 under Section C.2: Change the "R" reference to "C/R" as reflected in the "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

Comment from 4-19-18 In the proposed PUD Amendment, Table 3 - Residential Development Standards: Identify the Amenity Area on the "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018. Comment from 7-10-18 The applicant must show compliance with 4-19-18 Comment. Moreover, per the Collier County Admin Code, page 54 section 4, the last two bullet items: Community uses and Recreational uses, are required to be graphically shown on the master plan. It shall be further noted that the CCPC historically has insisted that amenity areas be shown on Master Plans.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

Comment from 4-19-18: In the proposed PUD Amendment, Table 3 - Residential Development Standards: Consider increasing the separation distance in the amenity area from anything outside the amenity area. Comment from 7-10-18 The applicant must show compliance with 4-19-18 Comment. Moreover, per the Collier County Admin Code, page 54 section 4, the last two bullet items: Community uses and Recreational uses, are required to be graphically shown on the master plan. It shall be further noted that the CCPC historically has insisted that amenity areas be shown on Master Plans.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
06/26/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 15 of 20 under Section 5.1: Add a committment similar to Committment A with "developed soley with resdeintial uses"
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
06/22/2018

With regard to both the Conceptual C.P.U.D. Masterplan Exhibit A dated 01/05 and the "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018; Is the Exhibit A version going to be superceded by the Exhibit B version? Please clarify. Only one Masterplan will be accepted. Moreover, the depiction of the 6.12 acreage needs to be illustarted in Exhibit B.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
06/26/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 18 of 20 under Section 5.6.B: Please delete this section as all committments need to be included in the PUD document itself.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
06/22/2018

On the "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018, please include the location of all proposed major internal thoroughfares and pedestrain accessways, including interconnecting roadways within the PUD as well as with abutting uses.
County Attorney Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 07/10/2018 07/06/2018
Scott Stone ((239) 252-5740)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

Your application front page indicates that Josh Purvis is the "Applicant/Agent." However, your Affidavit of Authorization lists Q Grady Minor and Coleman, Yovanovich and Koester as "Agent." Please revise the application cover page to list those two as Agents (you can add another section to the page if necessary).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

Please provide written evidence from each owner indicating their consent for Thompson Thrift Development, Inc. to submit this application.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

Please provide evidence that Thompson Thrift Development, Inc. is a legal and active entity in Florida, and that John Purvis is authorized to sign the Affidavit of Authorization on their behalf.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

Miscellaneous Corrections
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

WR-1 Associates, Ltd. is not showing up on sunbiz.org. Please provide evidence that they are a legal and active entity in Florida, and evidence of authority for anyone signing an affidavit or covenant of unified control on their behalf.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

Your preserve calculation for the mixed use plan appears to be based on only 37.6 acres, instead of the entire 40.8 acre site. Please explain how you came to that number, and provide an exhibit/plan that clearly shows the areas within the PUD that you are excluding from the acreage calculation.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

When was the affordable housing commitment (5.6) removed from the PUD?
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

Please provide a legible version of the existing Master Plan (Exhibit A) that was adopted within Ordinance 07-26.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

See handwritten markups to PUD document, to be provided in separate e-mail from the planner.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/05/2018

More comments to follow after next resubmittal.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
06/11/2018

Additional comment followign 4/27/18 "post review" meeting with staff and applicant: Since applicant does NOT own all of the properties in the PUD, they will have to somehow calculate what portion of the overall PUD trip cap and commercial square footage that they are entitled to. The uses within the area that they control will be subject to this portion of the overall trip count, and the existing developed land (under separate ownership) will still be entitled to their portion of square footage/trip count.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
07/05/2018

Your development commitment only mentions that development will be limited to 948 NEW trips. However, we would also need to indicate what the total maximum trips are for the entire PUD.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
07/05/2018

Thompson Thrift Development, Inc. is not listed on sunbiz.org as a legal and active entity in Florida. Moreover, the "Adoption of Corporate Resolution by Consent" submitted in support of John Purvis' authority to submit this application is limited to execution and delivery of purchase agreements. Provide evidence that he is authorized to submit this land use petition on behalf of the company.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
07/05/2018

See handwritten markups to PUD document, to be provided in separate e-mail from the planner.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Outstanding
07/06/2018

Additional comments may follow based on responses to comments/markups.
Landscape Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 07/10/2018 07/09/2018
Mark Templeton ((239) 252-2475)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/09/2018

The language included in Deviation Justification #1 "The shape of a man made body of water...." is in section 4.06.05.N.1.a, not 4.06.02.D.5.a. Please revise. There is no 4.06.02.D.5.a.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Resolved
07/09/2018

The section of code that deviation #2 is referencing (4.06.05.H) includes requirements for landscape installation, root barrier, lighting separation, and guying and bracing requirements, not setback for toes of slope from property lines. Please revise to reference the correct section of code that the deviation is seeking relief from.

1 Initial Submittal      Status: Returned for Correction
Review Application Type Outcome Est. Completion Completed
Addressing - GIS Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 04/18/2018
Annis Moxam ((239) 252-5519)   Send Email
Comprehensive Planning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 04/12/2018
Corby Schmidt ((239) 252-2944)   Send Email
Emergency Management Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 04/19/2018
Dan Summers ((239) 252-8000)   Send Email
Engineering Stormwater Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 03/28/2018
Richard Orth ((239) 252-5092)   Send Email
Architectural Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 03/22/2018
Peter Shawinsky ((239) 252-8523)   Send Email
Environmental Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 04/18/2018 04/18/2018
Summer Araque ((239) 252-6290)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Section 2.4 – Does not make sense as it states that 29.4 acres of the 40.8 acres is proposed for Commercial uses. How many acres will be purchased for the apartment complex?
Admin. Code Ch. 3 G.1. PUD Master Plan Contents. PUD Requirements
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Master Plans – revegetated is spelled incorrectly on the hatching legend for both exhibits.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Environmental Development Commitments: a. It is the agent’s option to remove Commitments C-E b. Refer to Deviation number in Commitment G
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Deviation Justifications number 4 and 5 need to be more specific. Let’s discuss at post-Review 1 meeting. For Deviation #5 you may refer to the redevelopment.
LDC 3.05.07 H.1. Preserve Label
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

a. Preserves are labeled, however it is difficult to decipher where the preserve boundary ends for Exhibit B. b. Breakout the Preserve in the Land Use Summary for both Exhibits and Section 4.3.
LDC 3.05.07.B-D Preserve Calculation
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Provide calculations on site plan showing the appropriate acreage of native vegetation to be retained, the maximum amount and ratios permitted to be created on-site or mitigated off-site. Exclude vegetation located within existing utility and access easements from the preserve calculations (LDC3.05.07 B. - D.).
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

It is not necessary to list specific uses in the preserve as you will need to follow the LDC. If you would like to include language related to uses in the preserve, please incorporate the following language into Section 3.2: Passive uses are allowed within preserves to provide for access to the preserve, as long as any clearing required to facilitate these uses does not impact the minimum required native vegetation or cause loss of function to the preserve. Passive uses are subject to LDC section Allowable uses within County required preserves.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Section 3.2 needs to be revised as follows a. Revise 11.4 acres b. Remove the word Water Management in the first sentence c. Remove the second sentence and revise the third to remove “However”
Admin. Code Ch. 3 G.1. PUD Master Plan Contents. PUD Requirements
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Is any of the preserve acting as the Landscape buffer? If yes, provide the following note: Where preserves occur adjacent to development off site and will be used in lieu of landscape buffers, include the following condition in the environmental commitments section of the PUD document or master plan: Preserves may be used to satisfy the landscape buffer requirements after exotic vegetation removal in accordance with LDC sections 4.06.02 and 4.06.05.E.1. Supplemental plantings with native plant materials shall be in accordance with LDC section 3.05.07.
LDC 3.08.00. Environmental Data Requirements
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Provide the following Environmental Data (LDC 3.08.00): a. Provide aeiral exhibits showing Preserves as part of the environmental data report. Include acreage and provide for both preserve proposals. b. On page 4, please use present tense for new calcution which excludes the ROW & easements. c. Provide a map showing connection to adjacent preserves. d. Provide proposed replanting plan for created preserve.
Fire Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 03/22/2018
Thomas Mastroberto ((239) 252-7348)   Send Email
Graphics - GIS Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 04/06/2018
Beth Yang ((239) 252-6208)   Send Email
Parks and Rec Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 03/29/2018
David Berra   Send Email
Public Utilities - PUED Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 04/18/2018 04/19/2018
Eric Fey ((239) 252-1037)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: Accurately show and label all existing and proposed CUEs on the master plan, particularly the 20' CUEs for the future raw water transmission mains emanating from the well sites.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: The preserve may not encroach into the raw water well site or transmission main easements, and CUEs shall not be utilized for restoration of native vegetation or for required buffer plantings. Revise the master plan accordingly.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: Please provide a typical cross section of the berm along the northeastern PUD boundary, showing adequate vehicular access along the 20' CUE for the future raw water transmission main. The cross section should show required buffer plantings in relation to the main; a 7.5' min. setback is required.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: Please add a commitment to provide a 20' CUE along the western, northern, and eastern PUD boundaries, north of Bedzel Circle, and connecting to the raw water well site easements, to serve as a corridor for future raw water mains and/or potential relocation of water and wastewater transmission mains now in the Collier Blvd right-of-way.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: Delete paragraph 5.3 A as this is an unnecessary statement.
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

4/19/2018: Revise paragraph 5.3 B as follows: 1) change four instances of the word "field" to "site"; 2) adjust the location descriptions for the raw water well site easements as needed; and 3) in the last sentence, change the words "wastewater transmission" to "domestic wastewater collection/transmission" to be consistent with the FDEP's rule language.
School District Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 04/16/2018
Timothy Finn ((239) 252-4312)   Send Email
Transportation Pathways Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 04/18/2018
Michael Sawyer ((239) 252-2926)   Send Email
Transportation Planning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 04/18/2018 04/18/2018
Michael Sawyer ((239) 252-2926)   Send Email
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.1: Reference PUD Doc., Section IV, 4.2, Revise the development intensity to be consistent with your TIS report or revise your TIS to reflect 265,000 sf commerncial, plus 107 room hotel, plus 425 residential units.
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.1: Reference PUD Doc., K. Please revise trip limit to most current CAO language.
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.1: Reference Evaluation Criteria Narrative page one, third paragraph. It is stated that no commercial uses or square footage is eliminated by this proposed change but the proposed residential use would obviously displace acreage for commercial uses...please explain how specifically? Also note review 1 and 2 comments above
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.1: TIS comments: 1. The TIS states that the proposed Amendment does not result in additional “net new” trips. This is true for the PM peak hour traffic, as shown on Table C (pg. 4) of the TIS. This is not true for the daily trips or for the AM peak hour trips: Please include AM peak hour trip calc's for clarity of proposed impacts. Such as the following... Land Use AM Pk. Hr. PM PK. Hr. ADT Current PUD/uses XXX XXX XXXXX Proposed PUD/Uses XXX XXX XXXXX The planning commission has shown interest in AM peak trips at recent hearings. This information will not change staff's review based on the GMP however it is requested to provide a clearer idea of impacts.
Additional Comments - Transportation Planning.
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

Additional Items that need to be addressed for Transportation Review: Rev.1: Please provide confirmation of coordination of proposed master plan with FDOT staff as discussed at pre app meeting regarding the interchange improvements now under design and budgeted.
Zoning Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 04/18/2018 04/11/2018
Timothy Finn ((239) 252-4312)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
Carried Forward
06/11/2018

In the Application under Associations section: This section was left blank which addresses the name and mailing address of all registered Home Owners Assocaitions that could be affected by the application. Please confirm if there is indeed no Home Owners Associations that would be affected by the application.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

In the Application under the Applicant Contact Information: Revise this section to cross out agent and then provide a separate sheet providing agents information i.e (Wayne Arnold and Rich Yovanovich) and more importantly Josh Purvis needs to provide authorization from the owners to appoint himself as the applicant.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 8 of 20 under Section 4.3: The following footnote "***Residential uses may only be developed within the area platted as Lot 1 on the Alligator Alley Commerce Center Phase Two Plat" needs to be reflected on the revised "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 8 of 20 under Section 4.2: The 265,000 sqaure feet needs to be revised to what is stated in the TIS which is 183,000 sqaure feet in Table B. Per the TIS on page 3 the development of 425 multi family dwelling units will require 82,000 s.f. of commercial/retail land uses be displaced by the resdeintial use.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 12 of 20 under Section C.2: Change the "R" reference to "C/R" as reflected in the "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, Table 3 - Residential Development Standards: Identify the Amenity Area on the "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, Table 3 - Residential Development Standards: Consider increasing the separation distance in the amenity area from anything outside the amenity area.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 15 of 20 under Section 5.1: Add a committment similar to Committment A with "developed soley with resdeintial uses"
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

With regard to both the Conceptual C.P.U.D. Masterplan Exhibit A dated 01/05 and the "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018; Is the Exhibit A version going to be superceded by the Exhibit B version? Please clarify. Only one Masterplan will be accepted. Moreover, the depiction of the 6.12 acreage needs to be illustarted in Exhibit B.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

In the proposed PUD Amendment, page 18 of 20 under Section 5.6.B: Please delete this section as all committments need to be included in the PUD document itself.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

On the "Conceptual Commercial/Residential Master Plan Exhibit B" dated 3-16-2018, please include the location of all proposed major internal thoroughfares and pedestrain accessways, including interconnecting roadways within the PUD as well as with abutting uses.
County Attorney Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 04/18/2018 04/18/2018
Scott Stone ((239) 252-5740)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

Your application front page indicates that Josh Purvis is the "Applicant/Agent." However, your Affidavit of Authorization lists Q Grady Minor and Coleman, Yovanovich and Koester as "Agent." Please revise the application cover page to list those two as Agents (you can add another section to the page if necessary).
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

Please provide written evidence from each owner indicating their consent for Thompson Thrift Development, Inc. to submit this application.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

Please provide evidence that Thompson Thrift Development, Inc. is a legal and active entity in Florida, and that John Purvis is authorized to sign the Affidavit of Authorization on their behalf.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

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Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

WR-1 Associates, Ltd. is not showing up on sunbiz.org. Please provide evidence that they are a legal and active entity in Florida, and evidence of authority for anyone signing an affidavit or covenant of unified control on their behalf.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

Your preserve calculation for the mixed use plan appears to be based on only 37.6 acres, instead of the entire 40.8 acre site. Please explain how you came to that number, and provide an exhibit/plan that clearly shows the areas within the PUD that you are excluding from the acreage calculation.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

When was the affordable housing commitment (5.6) removed from the PUD?
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

Please provide a legible version of the existing Master Plan (Exhibit A) that was adopted within Ordinance 07-26.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

See handwritten markups to PUD document, to be provided in separate e-mail from the planner.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

More comments to follow after next resubmittal.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

Additional comment followign 4/27/18 "post review" meeting with staff and applicant: Since applicant does NOT own all of the properties in the PUD, they will have to somehow calculate what portion of the overall PUD trip cap and commercial square footage that they are entitled to. The uses within the area that they control will be subject to this portion of the overall trip count, and the existing developed land (under separate ownership) will still be entitled to their portion of square footage/trip count.
Landscape Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Rejected 04/18/2018 04/18/2018
Mark Templeton ((239) 252-2475)   Send Email
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

The language included in Deviation Justification #1 "The shape of a man made body of water...." is in section 4.06.05.N.1.a, not 4.06.02.D.5.a. Please revise. There is no 4.06.02.D.5.a.
Miscellaneous Corrections
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06/11/2018

The section of code that deviation #2 is referencing (4.06.05.H) includes requirements for landscape installation, root barrier, lighting separation, and guying and bracing requirements, not setback for toes of slope from property lines. Please revise to reference the correct section of code that the deviation is seeking relief from.
GIS Review Planned Unit Development Amendment Approved 04/18/2018 04/13/2018
William Fowler   Send Email

Fees
Paid Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
Pre-application Meeting $500.00 $500.00 Paid 01/17/2018
Comp Planning Review - PUDA $2,250.00 $2,250.00 Paid 03/21/2018
Planned Unit Development Amendment $6,000.00 $6,000.00 Paid 03/21/2018
Site Area (Acreage) fee $1,020.00 $1,020.00 Paid 03/21/2018
Fire Code Review - PUDA $125.00 $125.00 Paid 03/21/2018
Legal Advertising Fee $1,125.00 $1,125.00 Paid 03/21/2018
Legal Advertising Fee (BCC) $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 N/A
TIS Methodology Review $500.00 $500.00 Paid 03/21/2018
Environmental Impact Statement Base fee $2,500.00 $2,500.00 Paid 03/21/2018
Graphics Property Notification Address Listing $85.00 $85.00 Paid 03/30/2018
Outstanding Fees Amount Paid Owing Date Paid
No outstanding fees.


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Documents & Images
Date Uploaded Document Name
01/17/2018 PL Payment Slip
01/17/2018 Receipt for transaction: 2018-004065
01/17/2018 Pre App Notes.pdf
03/21/2018 Cover Letter/Narrative Statement (Submittal 1 01 PUDA Cover Ltr 03-20-2018 - Prepared.pdf)
06/28/2018 Application Form (Submittal 2 02 Application PUD Amendment-rev1 - Prepared.pdf)
03/22/2018 Property Ownership Disclosure Form (Submittal 1 09 Property Owner Disclosure - Prepared.pdf)
06/11/2018 Submittal 2 Proposed Ordinance 2018-v1
06/11/2018 Submittal 2 18 Deviation Justification-rev1
07/09/2018 Updated Master Plan (Submittal 2 19 Exhibit B Master Plan - 2018-rev1 - Prepared.pdf)
03/20/2018 Submittal 1 - PUD Ordinance and Development Commitment Information
03/21/2018 Aerial Photographs (Submittal 1 14 Aerial - Prepared.pdf)
03/20/2018 Submittal 1 - Statement of Utility Provision
03/20/2018 Submittal 1 - Addressing Checklist
03/20/2018 Submittal 1 - Property Owners List
03/20/2018 Submittal 1 - School Impact Analysis
06/11/2018 Submittal 2 16 Traffic Impact Statement 5-10-2018
03/20/2018 Submittal 1 - Pre-App Notes
06/28/2018 Affidavit of all owners (Submittal 2 10 Covenant of Unified Control - Prepared.pdf)
04/11/2018 Affidavit of Authorization/Evidence of Authority (Submittal 1 08 Affidavit of Authorization - Prepared.pdf)
03/20/2018 Submittal 1 - Legal Desciption and Legal Sketch of Subject Area
03/21/2018 Cover Letter/Narrative Statement (Submittal 1 05 Evaluation Criteria - Prepared.pdf)
06/11/2018 Submittal 2 15 Environmental Data Report (Rev June 2018)
03/20/2018 Submittal 1 - Recorded Plat
03/20/2018 Submittal 1 - Warranty Deed
03/20/2018 PL Payment Slip
03/21/2018 Receipt for transaction: 2018-023552
03/21/2018 RLS
03/29/2018 PL Payment Slip
03/30/2018 Receipt for transaction: 2018-027026
04/06/2018 2 x 3 Ad Map.pdf
04/06/2018 POList.xlsx
04/06/2018 Site Location Map.pdf
04/11/2018 Legal Description Verification 4-11-18.msg
04/12/2018 Legal Description Verification 4-12-18.msg
04/12/2018 PUDA-PL2018-049 I-75 Alligator Alley GMP review memo 4-18-18
04/19/2018 Review Comment Letter
04/27/2018 RLS Closed(663).pdf
06/11/2018 Submittal 2 Applicant Agent Information-rev1
06/11/2018 Submittal 2 01 Rev1 Response 2018
06/11/2018 Submittal 2 05 Evaluation Criteria-rev1
06/11/2018 Submittal 2 Adoption of Corporation Resolution by Consent
06/11/2018 Submittal 2 SUNBIZ Annual Reports
06/11/2018 RLS
06/29/2018 PUDA-PL2018-049 I-75 Alligator Alley R2_FNL.pdf
07/11/2018 Review Comment Letter
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