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  • 1. Exhibit 1 Page 1 of 20 PROPOSED DRAFT NOISE MITIGATION PLAN FORT LAUDERDALE – HOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Runway 9R/27L Expansion Project April 12, 2010
  • 2. Exhibit 1 Page 2 of 20 Item for 2 County Commission Consideration Motion to direct that the Aviation Department’s Draft Noise Mitigation Plan be forwarded to the City of Dania Beach Commission for their review and comment, allowing for a 45 day comment period.
  • 3. Exhibit 1 Page 3 of 20 Mitigation Principles 3 County Commission Adopted Principles on November 6, 2007 for inclusion in the FEIS. 1. Apply the long-term/ultimate unrestrained contour 2. Establish mitigation areas based on neighborhoods 3. Voluntary acquisition of mobile home parks in the 65+ DNL 4. Sound insulation and avigation easement 5. Purchase Assurance/Sales Assistance 6. Voluntary acquisition of existing residentially zoned vacant parcels 7. Provide noise mitigation in excess of minimum federal guidelines BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 4. Exhibit 1 Page 4 of 20 FAA Record of Decision (ROD) 4 FAA’s ROD (December 2008) approved and will fund the following 5 Noise Mitigation Principles as appropriate to address incompatible land uses within the 2020 65+DNL noise contour. 1. Apply long term/ultimate contour for mitigation measures in eligible neighborhoods. o 2020 B1b – Commission Principle #1 2. Mitigation areas may extend beyond the 65 DNL noise contour to allow neighborhood cohesion and to follow natural geographic boundaries, street patterns, and contiguous neighborhood boundaries. o Commission Principle #2 BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 5. Exhibit 1 Page 5 of 20 FAA Record of Decision (ROD) 5 3. Voluntary acquisition of mobile home parks, mobile homes, and the relocation of residents. o Commission Principle #3 4. Voluntary sound insulation of eligible single family and multi-family units with avigation easements recommended. o Commission Principle #4 5. Purchase Assurance/Sales Assistance (with sound insulation) and avigation easements recommended. o Commission Principle #5 BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 6. Exhibit 1 Page 6 of 20 Noise Contours – ROD 6 Noise Impact Area - West BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 7. Exhibit 1 Page 7 of 20 Noise Contours – ROD 7 Noise Impact Area - South BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 8. Exhibit 1 Page 8 of 20 Community Based Strategy Providing Neighborhood Stabilization And Land Use Compatibility Voluntary Residential Sound Insulation w/out Avigation Easement 8 Installation of acoustical treatments designed to reduce aircraft noise levels to a home’s interior. Individual upgrades may include windows, doors and ventilation systems. In accordance with County Commission policy to provide neighborhood cohesion, it is recommended that all 1,706 units be eligible for sound insulation without requiring an avigation easement. Program Eligibility Est. Cost1 Implementation Schedule Recommendation Begin End Voluntary Sound Insulation without 961 Residential Units Located Avigation Easements in the 65+ DNL and 745 $116 M 2011 20202 Recommended Located in Adjacent Neighborhoods  Estimated Cost: $116 million1  Schedule: 2011 - 20202  65+ DNL Area: 961 Units (2011 – 2014) Estimated 300 homes per year  Adjacent neighborhoods: 745 Units (2015 – 2020)2 1 Source: FAA FEIS 2 Dependent on labor market conditions and participation rate BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 9. Exhibit 1 Page 9 of 20 Community Based Strategy Providing Neighborhood Stabilization And Land Use Compatibility Voluntary Acquisition of Mobile Home Parks and Units 9 MARSHALLS EVERGLADE MOBILE HOME PARK (MHP) Sound insulation of mobile home units is not feasible. Acquisition of Marshalls Everglade Mobile Home Park and the mobile home units with relocation of the residents is recommended. The County will request the City of Dania Beach to rezone the land to a compatible use. Proceeds from the sale of the land will be returned to the Noise Mitigation Fund. There are 42 units located within the 65 DNL contour and 56 units located outside the 65 DNL contour. In accordance with County Commission policy to provide neighborhood cohesion, it is recommended that an offer be made to purchase the mobile home park land and all 98 units. Program Eligibility Est. Cost1 Implementation Schedule Recommendation Begin End Voluntary Acquisition of Marshalls Mobile Home Park Land and Everglade Mobile Home Park and 98 Mobile Home Units and $13.5 M 2012 Undetermined2 Recommended Mobile Home Units and Relocation Relocation of Residents of Residents Area 1  Estimated Cost: $13.5 million1  Schedule: 2012 – End Date Undetermined2 1 Source: FAA FEIS 2 Upon Board approval of Final Noise Mitigation Plan, BCAD will contact the MHP owner to determine their level of interest in participation. The program’s end date will be dependent on negotiations with mobile home park owner. BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 10. Exhibit 1 Page 10 of 20 Community Based Strategy Providing Neighborhood Stabilization And Land Use Compatibility Voluntary Acquisition of Mobile Home Parks and Units 10 OCEAN WATERWAY MOBILE HOME PARK (MHP) Sound insulation of mobile home units is not feasible. Acquisition of Ocean Waterway MHP and mobile home units with relocation of the residents is recommended. The County will request the City of Dania Beach to rezone the land to a compatible use. Proceeds from the sale of the land will be returned to the Noise Mitigation Fund. The site is located primarily outside the 65 DNL and involves complex components of ownership. There are 47 units located within the 65 DNL contour and 222 units located outside the 65 DNL contour. In accordance with County Commission policy to provide neighborhood cohesion, it is recommended that an offer be made to purchase the mobile home park land all 269 units. Program Eligibility Est. Cost1 Implementation Schedule Recommendation Begin End Voluntary Acquisition of Ocean Mobile Home Park Land and Waterway Mobile Home Park 269 Mobile Home Units and $51 M 2012 Undetermined2 Recommended and Mobile Home Units and Relocation of Residents Relocation of Residents  Estimated Cost: $51 million1  Schedule: 2012 - End Date Undetermined2 1 Source: FAA FEIS 2 Area Upon Board approval of the Final Noise Mitigation Plan, BCAD will contact the MHP owner to 2 determine their level of interest in participation. The program’s end date will be dependent on BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan negotiations with mobile home park cooperative.
  • 11. Exhibit 1 Page 11 of 20 Individual Based Strategy Providing Discrete Relief for Individual Homeowners Voluntary Sales Assistance Program 11 If after participating in the Sound Insulation Program, a homeowner wishes to sell their property and relocate, the County will assist them with the sale of their property on the open real estate market for Fair Market Value (FMV). This program will begin one year after the south runway is operational. A market absorption study for the noise impacted area shows a maximum of 19 properties per year could be sold through this type of program to avoid market saturation. In accordance with County Commission policy to provide noise mitigation in excess of the minimum federal standards, BCAD recommends implementation of this program. Program Eligibility Est. Cost1 Implementation Schedule Recommendation Begin End Voluntary Sales Assistance Limited to 571 Single-Family, Determined Owner-Occupied, Sound by Market $46 M 2015 Recommended Insulated Residential Units Absorption Located in the 65+ DNL Rate  Estimated Cost: $46 million2  Schedule: 2015 – End date determined by market absorption rate  Maximum of 19 properties per year are eligible based on market absorption rate 1 Source: FAA FEIS 2 Based on 100% participation BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 12. Exhibit 1 Page 12 of 20 Process for Assisting in the Sale of a Home Voluntary Sales Assistance Program 12 1. Homeowner enters Sales Assistance Program by signing an agreement with Broward County which includes:  Requiring Homeowner to list property at FMV  Guaranteeing the County will provide a differential to assist in the sale of the property if seller receives an offer of less than FMV  Homeowner does not receive relocation benefits or moving costs per FAA guidelines 2. The County orders appraisal of the property to determine FMV. The appraisal will be conducted according to guidelines contained in the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act, as amended 3. Homeowner lists property for sale on the open real estate market at FMV 4. Homeowner receives an offer to purchase the property:  The County will pay closing costs  The County will also provide a sales differential of the difference between the FMV and the sales price, if the owner sells for less than FMV. Advantages:  Allows Homeowners to relocate outside of Noise Impact Area  Allows Homeowner to receive benefits of sound insulation while awaiting sale of property BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 13. Exhibit 1 Page 13 of 20 Individual Based Strategy Providing Discrete Relief for Individual Homeowners Voluntary Purchase Assurance Program 13 The County purchases residential properties at Fair Market Value (FMV) from property owners who wish to sell. The County maintains the properties until they can be sound insulated and resold on the open real estate market. This program may have a lengthy implementation schedule and additional property management costs that negatively impact the implementation of the other noise mitigation programs. A market absorption study for the noise impacted area shows a maximum of 19 properties per year could be sold through this type of program to avoid market saturation. Program Eligibility Est. Cost1 Implementation Schedule Recommendation Begin End Voluntary Purchase Assurance Limited to 571 Single-Family, Determined Owner-Occupied, Sound $169 M by Market $123 M Purchase) 2011 Not Recommended Insulated Residential Units Absorption Located in the 65+ DNL $46 M (Insulation) Rate  Estimated Cost: $169 million2  Schedule: 2011 – Market conditions determined on market absorption study  Maximum of 19 properties per year 1 Source: FAA FEIS 2 Based on 100% participation BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 14. Exhibit 1 Page 14 of 20 Process for Purchase of a Single-Family Home Which the County Will Sound Insulate and Resell Voluntary Purchase Assurance Program 14 1. Homeowner enters Purchase Assurance Program by signing an agreement with Broward County which includes:  Homeowner agrees to sell their property to the County at appraised Fair Market Value (FMV)  County agrees to pay closing costs 2. County orders appraisal of the property to determine FMV. The appraisal will be conducted according to guidelines contained in the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act, as amended 3. The Property Owner and the County agree to sale of property.  Homeowner does not receive relocation benefits or moving costs per FAA guidelines 4. County takes possession of property and places it into the Sound Insulation Program 5. County maintains and preserves property during the 18 month sound insulation process 6. County attaches an avigation easement and places the sound insulated property for sale on the open market at FMV 7. County can resell property at FAA’s estimated rate of 50% of FMV. BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 15. Exhibit 1 Page 15 of 20 Individual Based Programs Advantages Comparison of Sales Assistance and Purchase Assurance Programs 15 Sales Assistance Advantages Purchase Assurance Advantages Estimate Cost $46 Million Estimated Cost $169 Million • Requires Sound Insulation or certification the home’s existing interior • Allows homeowners to sell immediately to the County noise level meets FAA sound insulation guidelines for interior noise levels prior to participation that will avoid lengthy and costly maintenance fees • Stabilizes existing community by avoiding vacant properties • Allows homeowners to receive benefits of sound insulation until property can be sold • Maintains the City of Dania Beach’s ad valorem tax base by keeping ownership with individuals instead of County ownership BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 16. Exhibit 1 Page 16 of 20 Individual Based Programs Disadvantages Comparison of Sales Assistance and Purchase Assurance Programs 16 Sales Assistance Disadvantages Purchase Assurance Disadvantages Estimated Cost $46 Million Estimate Cost $169 Million • County will provide a cost differential to ensure Fair Market Value •The City of Dania Beach will lose ad valorem tax revenue during County • Does not ensure the homeowner can sell the property ownership of property •The maximum number of residents would not receive mitigation to prior to runway becoming operational •Regional housing values would be negatively impacted by saturating the market with homes from the noise impacted areas •The FAA FEIS estimates resale value to be 50% of acquisition value, thereby further destabilizing the neighborhoods •The County obtains ownership of the property, which will result in costly maintenance to prevent deterioration including: lawn maintenance, securing from vandalism and theft, ensuring buildings remain mold-free, securing and maintaining swimming pools, providing routine inspections, which increases administrative costs to the project •An Avigation easement attached to property upon purchase by BCAD •The market absorption and foreclosure market may result in long term vacancies and destabilize the neighborhood and property values for remaining residents •The Program does not assist the community as a whole and the excessive costs will detract funding from strategies such as Sound Insulation and Mobile Home Park Acquisition, which will provide the best method of mitigating the homes prior to the runway commissioning •The County absorbs all the risk BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 17. Exhibit 1 Page 17 of 20 Community Based Strategy Market Absorption Rate Study Voluntary Sales Assistance & Voluntary Purchase Assurance Program 17 A market absorption study was conducted of the Noise Impact Area to determine the rate at which noise impacted Area 1 properties located in the 65+ DNL noise contour can be expected to sell on the open market. The Noise Impact Area is comprised of three distinct neighborhoods which contain 571 single-family homes. It is recommended these properties be eligible for participation in a Sales Assistance or Purchase Assurance Program. Noise Location Avg. Annual Impact Property Area Sales1 Area 1 West of FLL 12 Melaleuca Gardens Area 2 1 Neighborhood Area 2 Area 3 East of Federal Highway 6 Total 19 Area 3 1 Based on research conducted by Adrian Gonzalez & Assoc. Real Estate Appraiser, on residential properties in proximity to FLL, November 11, 2008 BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 18. Exhibit 1 Page 18 of 20 Summary of Recommended Community and Individual Based Programs 18 Sales $226M3 Marshalls MHP and Ocean Assistance Waterway MHP Phase 3 Acquisition2 $180M 571 Homes Est. $46.0M1 $175M Phase 2 Total Mitigation Fund Sound Insulation 367 Units/Land w/o Avigation Est. $64.5M1 Easement Phase 1 $116M 1706 Homes Est. $116.0M1 Program Start Runway Operational 1 Source: FAA FEIS 2 Upon approval of the Final Noise Mitigation Plan, BCAD will contact the MHP owner to determine their level of interest in participation. The program’s end date will be dependent on negotiations with mobile home park cooperative. 3 The total budget for the recommended noise mitigation programs is $226 million which presumes 100% participation by eligible persons for all proposed programs. BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 19. Exhibit 1 Page 19 of 20 Summary of Recommended Strategy 19 Program Eligibility Est. Cost1 Implementation Recommendation Schedule Begin End Voluntary Sound Insulation 961 Residential Units Located Without Avigation Easements in the 65+ DNL and 745 $116 M 2011 20202 Recommended Located in Adjacent Neighborhoods Voluntary Acquisition of Marshalls Mobile Home Park Land and Everglade Mobile Home Park and 98 Mobile Home Units and $13.5 M 2012 Undetermined3 Recommended Mobile Home Units and Relocation Relocation of Residents of Residents Voluntary Acquisition of Ocean Mobile Home Park Land and Waterway Mobile Home Park 269 Mobile Home Units and $51 M 2012 Undetermined3 Recommended and Mobile Home Units and Relocation of Residents Relocation of Residents Voluntary Sales Assistance Limited to 571 Single-Family, Owner-Occupied, Residential Determined by $46 M Units Located in the 65+ 2015 Market Recommended DNL, Previously Sound Absorption Rate Insulated or Meet FAA Goals Voluntary Purchase Assurance Limited to 571 Single-Family, Determined by Owner-Occupied, Residential $169 M Market $123 M (Purchase) 2011 Not Recommended Units Located in the 65+ DNL $46 M (Insulation) Absorption Rate 1 Costs based on FAA FEIS 2 Dependent on labor market conditions 3 Dependent on negotiations with mobile home park owner BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan
  • 20. Exhibit 1 Page 20 of 20 Noise Mitigation Plan Next Steps 20  April 2010 – Upon Board approval forward the Draft Plan to the City of Dania Beach for their 45 day review and comment  June 2010 – Present Draft Noise Mitigation Plan to the Board for approval  August 2010 – Board finalizes Noise Mitigation Plan BCAD Proposed Noise Mitigation Plan