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9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2
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9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned - Environmental Planning 2

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Jim Paulmann

The land planning process today is heavily regulated and complex. This session will highlight real life examples from three senior level executives who will draw upon past experiences
and demonstrate how they turned adversity into opportunity by employing creative and environmentally sound land planning
techniques. The presentation will provide the audience with environmental solutions that can be successfully applied to their own projects. The panel will present their challenges, review
the methodology and application of their solutions and discuss lessons learned throughout the process.

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  • 1. Environmental Planning Applications
    For Tomorrow's Master Planned Communities
    Jim Paulmann, FAICP
    Senior Principal
    Stantec
  • 2. PRESENTATION OVERVIEW
    Foundations of Florida’s Master Planned Communities
    Regulatory Tools
    Environmental Framework
    Case Studies
    Babcock Ranch (Charlotte/ Lee Counties)
    Lakewood Ranch (Manatee/ Sarasota Counties)
    Palmer Ranch (Sarasota County)
    Focus on Low Speed Electric Vehicles
    Future for Sustainable Communities
  • 3. FOUNDATIONS OF FLORIDA'S MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITIES
    Early Examples
    Pre-Platted Land Sales Communities
    Monocultures
    Challenges to Retrofit
    Golf Courses and Lifestyle Communities
    • Private Country Clubs – Exclusive Communities
    • 4. Affordable options – National Builders
    Active Adult Communities
    Age-restricted (55 and older)
    Mix of Uses
    Golf Cart Connections
  • 5. FOUNDATIONS OF FLORIDA'S MASTER PLANNED COMMUNITIES
    Self Contained/ Fully Integrated Communities
    Large Scale
    Based on a comprehensive strategy
    Balanced Mix of Land Uses
    Range of Housing Opportunities
    Affordable Housing Challenges
    Generally Low Density
    Amenities
    Development Standards/ Unifying Elements
    Automobile Oriented
  • 6. REGULATORY TOOLS
    DRIs and PUDs
    Regional Impacts and Flexibility
    Urban Villages and Hamlets
    New Urbanist/ TND Framework/ Sprawl Issues
    Economic Opportunities
    Rural Land Stewardship
    Voluntary Program
    Stewardship Credits/ Compact Development
    Protects Ecosystems and Agriculture
    Sector Plans
    Long Term Planning
    Large Land Holdings – Development, Conservation, and Agriculture
  • 7. ENVIRONMENTAL FRAMEWORK
    Comprehensive Environmental Systems Planning
    Extensive Interconnected Open Space Network
    Preserve High Value Space (Biodiversity)
    Restore Native Wildlife Habitat (uplands and wetlands)
    Create Enhanced Wildlife Corridors (trails/ passive parks)
    Watershed Management
    Regional Stormwater Management/ LID
    Stream and Slough Restoration
    Water Quality Improvements
    BMP Treatment Train
    Stream Course Buffers
    Water Conservation
    Irrigation Strategies
    Water Efficient Landscaping
  • 8. BABCOCK RANCH(91,000 Acres)
    Environmental Land Sale to the State of Florida
    73,000 Acres
    Largest State Acquisition
    City of Tomorrow (Sustainable Showcase)
    17,870 DUs
    6 Million Sq. Ft. Non-Residential
    Development on Most Impacted Areas (Agriculture, Mining Areas)
    Clustered in Villages and Hamlets
  • 9. ENVIRONMENT
    Extensive Vegetative and Wildlife Studies
    Significant Statewide Greenbelt Corridor (Charlotte Harbor to Lake Okeechobee)
    Incorporated Series of Tiered Use Greenways throughout Community (Based on Environmental Function)
  • 10. WATER RESOURCES
    State-of-the-Art Surface & GroundwaterHydrologic Monitoring
    Re-established Historic Hydrological Regime (Corrects Flooding Problems)
    Scrubber Marshes at Outfall(Water Quality)
  • 11. ENERGY/SUSTAINABILITY
    Energy Goal to be Grid Neutral
    Partnership with FPL for PV Solar Field
    Water Reuse Irrigation
    LID Development Strategies
    Multi-Modal Transportation Systems
    Walkable Neighborhoods
    Transit
    Electric Vehicles
  • 12. LAKEWOOD RANCH (31,000 Acres)
    • 23,000 Residential Units
    • 13. 12 Million Sq. Ft. Non-Residential
    • 14. Regional Hospital
    • 15. 100 Miles of Trails
    • 16. Active Agri-Business
  • ENVIRONMENTAL
    • Extensive Vegetative and Wildlife Surveys
    • 17. Master Restoration Project
    • 18. Long Swamp (400 acres)
    • 19. Braden River Mitigation Bank (350 acres)
    • 20. Dedicated Conservation Areas
    • 21. Heritage Ranch (2,000 acres)
    • 22. Enhanced Wildlife Corridors
  • WATER RESOURCES
    • Stormwater Management
    • 23. Corrected Area-Wide Drainage and Floodplain Problems
    • 24. Restored Historic Water Circulation
    • 25. Water Quality and Conservation
    • 26. Higher Level of Treatment
    • 27. No Potable Water for Irrigation
    • 28. Community Education
  • NEW PLANNING APPROACHES
    • Integrated Land Use(Jobs-Housing Balance)
    • 29. Additional Employment Centers
    • 30. Committed to Workforce Housing
    • 31. Mobility Choices
    • 32. Extensive Pedestrian Circulation System
    • 33. Potential Trolley System
    • 34. Links to Mass Transit
    • 35. Electric Vehicles
    • 36. Urban Villages
    • 37. Reclaimed Areas from Prior Mining
    • 38. Sarasota 2050 Plan
    • 39. Alternative to Urban Sprawl
    • 40. Compact Mixed Use Neighborhood-Based Development
    • 41. Highly Prescriptive Regulations
  • PALMER RANCH (12,000 Acres)
    • Master Plan for North 5,200 Acres
    • 42. 10,500 DUs
    • 43. 4 Million Sq. Ft. for Non-Residential
    • 44. Integrated into Sarasota Urban Area
    • 45. Cornerstone - Upfront Environmental Systems Planning
    • 46. Native Habitat/Listed Species
    • 47. Flood Plains/Drainage
    • 48. Water Quality
    • 49. Historical & Archaeological Resources
    • 50. Open Space and Parks
  • NATIVE HABITAT
  • 51. WATER RESOURCES
  • 52. WILDLIFE CORRIDORS
  • 53. NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTIONS
  • 54. MULTI-MODAL PLANNING
    • Energy Economic Zone (State Pilot)
    • 55. Model Community or Green Economic Development
    • 56. Land Use Changes not approved by Sarasota County
    • 57. Linking Land-Use & Transportation (Jobs to Housing Balance)
    • 58. Road Network - Accommodate Low-Speed Electric Vehicles (LEVs)
    • 59. Green Corridors - Link Habitats to Move People and Wildlife Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEVs)
    • 60. Opportunities to Connect to a Regional System
  • MULTI-MODAL PLANNING
    • Multi-Modal Network/ Evaluated Connections Between:
    • 61. Residential
    • 62. Major Employment Centers
    • 63. Commercial Centers
    • 64. Schools
    • 65. Hospital/ Health Care Providers
    • 66. Parks/ Libraries
    • 67. Publicly Owned Lands
    • 68. Coordinated within Regional Transit Plans
    • 69. Extensive Community Outreach
  • MULTI-MODAL PLANNINGexisting network
    • Operational Concerns Identified within Existing Network:
    • 70. Speed Control
    • 71. Pedestrian Conflicts
    • 72. Bikes vs. Cars
    • 73. Wildlife Conflicts
  • MULTI-MODAL PLANNINGdeveloping a network - sharing Major Roadways
    Laurel Road
    US 41
    Honore Avenue
  • 74. MULTI-MODAL PLANNINGdeveloping a network - sharing minor Roadways
    Potter Park Drive
    Bay Street
  • 75. MULTI-MODAL PLANNINGnetwork development - DESIGNATED PATH
    McIntosh Road
    Palmer Ranch Parkway
    Central Sarasota Parkway
  • 76. MULTI-MODAL PLANNINGtypical section
  • 77. MULTI-MODAL PLANNING(LOW IMPACT MOBILITY – LIM)
  • Continuation of Sarasota’s LSV Efforts
    • Strong Community Support for LSV Network
    • 91. Created Low-Speed Electric Vehicle Cluster
    • 92. Local Solar Enhanced LSV Manufacturer
    • 93. Private Sector Implementing Mircotransit(Siesta Key, St. Armands, Downtown)
  • IMPLEMENTATION OF A LOW-SPEEDELECTRIC VEHICLE PLAN
    • Requirements
    • 94. Restricted to Private Roads
    • 95. Public Roads Posted 35 MPH or Lower
    • 96. Safety Features (seatbelts, wipers, signals)
    • 97. Single Charge Range (30 miles)
    • 98. Planning a Network
    • 99. Incorporate into a Multi-Modal System (Walk, Bike, Transit)
    • 100. Identify Attractors/Evaluate Linkages
    • 101. Separate Pathways/Lower Speed Limits
    • 102. Address Intersection Routing
    • 103. Evaluate Parking and Charging Stations
    • 104. Challenges and Education
    • 105. Real and Perceived Safety Issues
    • 106. Legislation – Signage - Striping
    • 107. Community Opposition (Bike Groups)
  • Future mobility
    Low Speed Electric Vehicle
    Electric Vehicle – Volt © Chevrolet
    Autonomous Car © Google
    Personal Rapid Transit © Kane Realty Corporation
  • 108. FUTURE FORSUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
  • QuestionsDISCUSSION

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