Motion: Member Secor moved to approve Ordinance No. 49-2009 as modified. The modification included a change to the Code Section 59-682 Permitted Principal uses, to the Specific Conditions, Restrictions and Requirements listed under Industrial Uses, as followed: “Must be on property with an approved Industrial use existing prior to December 8, 2009”. Member Long seconded the motion.
The roll call was:
ORDINANCE-FIRST READING –City Attorney Severs read the following ordinances the first time by title only.
The motion carried unanimously.
ORDINANCE NO. 1-2010 - AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCE BY AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 60-1988 WHICH ADOPTED THE COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF THE CITY, BY AMENDING THE CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT ELEMENT BY UPDATING THE FIVE-YEAR SCHEDULE OF CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAM; AMENDING THE PUBLIC SCHOOL FACILITIES ELEMENT RELATING TO THE FIVE-YEAR CAPITAL IIMPROVEMENT PROGRAM; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE, and
ORDINANCE NO. 2-2010 – AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF TITUSVILLE, BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA IMPOSING A MORATORIUM (DEFERMENT) ON THE COLLECTION OF TRANSPORTATION IMPACT FEES FROM RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL PROJECTS IMPOSED PURSUANT TO SECTION 47-314 OF THE LAND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS; PROVIDING FOR FINDINGS AND PURPOSE; PROVIDING AN EXPIRATION DATE FOR THE MORATORIUM (DEFERMENT); AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Mike Werner, 3810 Oakhill Drive, resident and president of the SECD, stated his board unanimously supported the moratorium of impact fees. He felt that if the moratorium was approved, growth would provide more jobs and increase tax revenues.
Michael D. Powell, 355 Golden Knights Blvd., Executive Director of the Airport Authority and President Elect to serve on the Board of Directors of The Space Coast Economical Commission, advised that when trying to get large organizations into the