Florida Senate - 2018 SENATOR AMENDMENT Bill No. CS/CS/HB 883, 2nd Eng. Ì537642-Î537642 LEGISLATIVE ACTION Senate . House . . . . . ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Senator Book moved the following: 1 Senate Amendment to Amendment (333236) (with title 2 amendment) 3 4 Before line 5 5 insert: 6 Section 1. Paragraph (a) of subsection (3) of section 7 163.361, Florida Statutes, is amended to read: 8 163.361 Modification of community redevelopment plans.— 9 (3)(a) In addition to the requirements of s. 163.346, and 10 prior to the adoption of any modification to a community 11 redevelopment plan that expands the boundaries of the community 12 redevelopment area or extends the duration of the community 13 redevelopment agency or the time certain set forth in the 14 redevelopment plan as required by s. 163.362(10), the agency 15 shall report such proposed modification to each taxing authority 16 in writing or by an oral presentation, or both, regarding such 17 proposed modification, and, if the community redevelopment 18 agency was created pursuant to a delegation under s. 163.410 by 19 a county that has adopted a home rule charter, the agency must 20 obtain the approval of the county for such proposed 21 modification. 22 Section 2. Section 163.3755, Florida Statutes, is created 23 to read: 24 163.3755 Termination of community redevelopment agencies; 25 prohibition on future creation.— 26 (1) A community redevelopment agency in existence on 27 October 1, 2018, shall terminate on the expiration date provided 28 in the agency’s charter on October 1, 2018, or on September 30, 29 2038, whichever is earlier, unless the governing body of the 30 county or municipality that created the community redevelopment 31 agency or, for community redevelopment agencies created by the 32 municipality pursuant to a delegation under s. 163.410 by a 33 county, the governing body of the county approves its continued 34 existence by a super majority (majority plus one) vote of the 35 members of the governing body. 36 (2) If the governing body of the county or municipality 37 that created the community redevelopment agency or, for 38 community redevelopment agencies created by the municipality 39 pursuant to a delegation under s. 163.410 by a county, the 40 governing body of the county does not approve its continued 41 existence by a super majority (majority plus one) vote of the 42 members of the governing body, a community redevelopment agency 43 with outstanding bonds as of October 1, 2018, which do not 44 mature until after the earlier of the termination date of the 45 agency or September 30, 2038, must remain in existence until the 46 date the bonds mature. 47 Section 3. Section 163.410, Florida Statutes, is amended to 48 read: 49 163.410 Exercise of powers in counties with home rule 50 charters.—In any county which has adopted a home rule charter, 51 the powers conferred by this part shall be exercised exclusively 52 by the governing body of such county. However, the governing 53 body of any such county which has adopted a home rule charter 54 may, in its discretion, by resolution delegate the exercise of 55 the powers conferred upon the county by this part within the 56 boundaries of a municipality to the governing body of such a 57 municipality. Such a delegation to a municipality shall confer 58 only such powers upon a municipality as shall be specifically 59 enumerated in the delegating resolution. The governing body of 60 the county always retains the nondelegable power to amend or 61 modify any such delegation, subject only to any existing revenue 62 bond obligations. Any power not specifically delegated shall be 63 reserved exclusively to the governing body of the county. This 64 section does not affect any community redevelopment agency 65 created by a municipality prior to the adoption of a county home 66 rule charter. Unless otherwise provided by an existing 67 ordinance, resolution, or interlocal agreement between any such 68 county and a municipality, the governing body of the county that 69 has adopted a home rule charter shall grant in whole or in part 70 or deny any request from a municipality for a delegation of 71 powers or a change in an existing delegation of powers within 72 120 days after the receipt of all required documentation, or 73 such request shall be deemed granted unless this period is 74 extended by mutual consent in writing by the municipality and 75 county. Within 30 days after receipt of the request, the county 76 shall notify the municipality by registered mail whether the 77 request is complete or if additional information is required. 78 Any request by the county for additional documentation shall 79 specify the deficiencies in the submitted documentation, if any. 80 The county shall notify the municipality by registered mail 81 within 30 days after receiving the additional information 82 whether such additional documentation is complete. If the 83 meeting of the county commission at which the request for a 84 delegation of powers or a change in an existing delegation of 85 powers is unable to be held due to events beyond the control of 86 the county, the request shall be acted upon at the next 87 regularly scheduled meeting of the county commission without 88 regard to the 120-day limitation. If the county does not act 89 upon the request at the next regularly scheduled meeting, the 90 request shall be deemed granted. 91 92 ================= T I T L E A M E N D M E N T ================ 93 And the title is amended as follows: 94 Between lines 123 and 124 95 insert: 96 163.361, F.S.; specifying a certain notice requirement 97 if the duration of a community redevelopment agency is 98 extended; requiring county approval for certain 99 modifications to community redevelopment agencies; 100 creating s. 163.3755, F.S.; requiring certain 101 community redevelopment agencies in existence on a 102 certain date to terminate on a specified date, except 103 under certain circumstances; requiring that a 104 community redevelopment agency with outstanding bonds 105 as of a specified date which do not mature until after 106 a specified date remain in existence until the date 107 the bonds mature, under certain circumstances; 108 amending s. 163.410, F.S.; specifying that the 109 governing body of certain counties always retains the 110 nondelegable power to amend or modify a certain 111 delegation of power to a municipality, subject only to 112 any existing revenue bond obligations; amending s.