Planning and Zoning Meeting Agenda Item
Ordinance 2019-12 – An Ordinance Amending the Lady Lake Future Land Use Comprehensive Plan of One Lot Being Approximately 0.14 Acre, Located in Orange Blossom Gardens Unit 3.1B, Owned by John H. and Judy B. Osgood, Trustees, Referenced by Alternate Key Number 2523212
Staff Recommended Motion
Option 1: Motion to forward Ordinance 2019-12 to the Town Commission, recommending approval.
Option 2: Motion to forward Ordinance 2019-12 to the Town Commission, recommending denial.
Staff supports Option 1, recommending approval of Ordinance 2019-12.
Brent Rigby submitted an application on behalf of John H. and Judy B. Osgood, Trustees, to amend the Future Land Use designation for a property located within Orange Blossom Gardens Unit 3.1B. The property consists of one lot, involving approximately 0.14 acre in Section 06, Township 18 South, Range 24 East in Lake County, Florida. The lot is addressed as 858 Silver Oak Avenue.
The existing Future Land Use designation is Lake County Medium Urban Density. The proposed Future Land Use designation is Lady Lake Manufactured Home High Density.
The application was received on Thursday, June 27, 2019. Staff has determined it is complete and satisfies the requirements of the Land Development Regulations (LDR) and the Comprehensive Plan. It is ready for consideration of a recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Board.
Staff mailed notices to inform the surrounding nine property owners within 150 feet on Monday, April 29, 2019. The properties were also posted the same day.
FUTURE LAND USE
Existing Future Land Use designation is Lake County Medium Urban Density. It provides a range of residential development at a maximum density of seven dwelling units per one net buildable acre, in addition to civic, commercial, and office uses at an appropriate scale and intensity to serve this category. Limited light industrial uses may only be allowed as a conditional use, unless permitted as an Economic Development Overlay District use. May serve as a transition between more intense and less intense urban land uses.
Proposed Future Land Use designation is Lady Lake Manufactured Home High Density (MH-HD). Development within the Manufactured Home, High Density land use category shall be limited to manufactured homes. Densities cannot exceed nine units per acre. Single family, multi-family, commercial, and industrial uses are prohibited, however, a mixed use PUD shall be allowed as outlined in Policy FLU 1-10.2. Public facilities shall be allowed as outlined in Policy FLU 1-2.3 and Objective FLU 1-8.
Properties Adjacent to 858 Silver Oak Avenue:
|Direction||Future Land Use|
|North||Lady Lake Manufactured Home - High Density|
|East||Lady Lake - Recreation|
|South||Lake County Medium - Urban Density|
|West||Lake County Medium - Urban Density|
IMPACT ON TOWN SERVICES
A Concurrency Determination Statement has also been included as part of the Small-Scale Comprehensive Plan Amendment application, which the applicant submitted to explain expected impacts on Town services. The applicant proposes to remove the existing manufactured home on the lot to construct a conventional built home. There will be no increase in utility services, traffic, population, or recreation use.
POTABLE WATER: No impact; the lot is served by the Village Center Community Development District Central Water System.
SEWER: No impact; the lot is served by the Village Center Community Development District Central Sewer System.
SCHOOLS: Not factored for project; no foreseen impact of students as the project is located within an active adult retirement community.
TRANSPORTATION: No impact; the existing home will be replaced with a new home. There will be no change in average daily trip generation.
PARKS and RECREATION: The small-scale future land use amendment will not cause Parks and Recreation Level of Service to be exceeded since the project is for the replacement of an existing home. Additionally, The Villages provides its residents with all Park and Recreation Amenities.
STORMWATER: Project will be required to adhere to SJRWMD guidelines and Town of Lady Lake Floodplain Management Ordinance for parcels within Special Flood Hazard Areas.
The Technical Review Committee found that Ordinance 2019-12 was ready for transmittal to the Planning and Zoning Board.
The Local Planning Agency will review Ordinance 2019-12 at a regular meeting to be held on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.
The Commission’s first reading of Ordinance 2019-12 is scheduled for Wednesday, September 4, 2019, at 6 p.m. The second and final reading is scheduled for Wednesday, September 18, 2019, at 6 p.m.
Draft Ordinance 2019-12
AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING IN THE TOWN OF LADY LAKE, FLORIDA; AMENDING THE TOWN OF LADY LAKE ORDINANCE 81-1-(83), WHICH ESTABLISHED THE TOWN OF LADY LAKE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN; PROVIDING FOR A SMALL SCALE FUTURE LAND USE MAP AMENDMENT; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Be it ordained by the Town of Lady Lake, Town Commission:
SECTION 1: Legislative Finding, Purpose, and Intent.
A. On February 2, 1981, the Town Commission of the Town of Lady Lake adopted a Comprehensive Plan pursuant to Florida Statue 163.3184, known as the “Local Government Comprehensive Planning Act” (“Act”), which sets forth the procedures and requirements for a local government in the State of Florida to adopt a Comprehensive Plan and amendments (to a Comprehensive Plan).
B. The Town Commission adopted the Lady Lake Comprehensive Plan by Ordinance 81-1-(83), and amended said Ordinance by Ordinance 91-21, approved December 2, 1991, and Ordinance 94-16, approved on October 12, 1994.
C. The Town’s Local Planning Agency reviewed a proposed amendment to the Future Land Use Map Series of the Town of Lady Lake Comprehensive Plan on September 18, 2019 and recommended to the Town Commission that said amendment be adopted by the Town Commission.
D. he Town Commission has held public hearings on the proposed amendment to the Future Land Use Map Series of the Comprehensive Plan and received comments from the general public and the Local Planning Agency.
E. The Town of Lady Lake has complied with the requirements of the Act for amending the Comprehensive Plan.
SECTION 2: Authority
This ordinance is adopted in compliance with and pursuant to the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, Sections 163.3161 — 163.3243, Florida Statutes, as amended.
SECTION 3: Small Scale Amendment to the Future Land Use Element Map Series.
The Comprehensive Plan, as amended, is hereby further amended by amending the Future Land Use Element Map Series with the small-scale amendment as indicated below:
Applicant or Owner: John Osgood, Trustee and Judy Osgood, Trustee
General Location: 858 Silver Oak Ave — one lot located within the Orange Blossom Gardens Subdivisions, Unit 3.1B, within Lake County, Florida
Acres: Approximately 0.14 acre
Future Land Use: Change from Lake County Medium Urban Density to Town of Lady Lake Manufactured Home High Density (MH-HD)
Graphic representation of this Small Scale Future Land Use Element Map Amendment is shown in the attached “Exhibit A”.
SECTION 4: Severability
The provisions of this Ordinance are declared to be separable and if any section, sentence, clause or phrase of this Ordinance shall for any reason be held to be invalid or unconstitutional, such decision shall not affect the validity of the remaining sections, sentences, clauses or phrases of this Ordinance, but they shall remain in effect, it being the legislative intent that this Ordinance shall stand notwithstanding the invalidity of any part.
SECTION 5: Effective Date.
This ordinance shall become effective as provided in Chapter 163, Florida Statutes.
PASSED AND ORDAINED by the Town Commission of the Town of Lady Lake, Florida, this 18th day of September, 2019.
Town of Lady Lake, Florida
Jim Richards, Mayor
Kristen Kollgaard, Town Clerk
Approved as to form:
Derek Schroth, Town Attorney
Exhibit A: Legal Description and Map
Parcel ID#: 06-18-24-0350-000-22500; Lot 374, Unit 3.1B, Orange Blossom Gardens, according to the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 25, Page 33, Public Records of Lake County, Florida.