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(A) The comprehensive plan shall consist of materials in the descriptive form, written or graphic, appropriate to the prescription of principles, guidelines, and standards for the orderly and balanced future economic, social, physical, environmental, and fiscal development of the plan area.
(B) The several elements of the comprehensive plan shall be consistent, and coordination of the several elements of the plan shall be a major objective of the planning process. The comprehensive plan shall be economically feasible.
(C) The economic assumptions upon which the plan is based and any amendments thereto shall be analyzed and shall be set out as part of the plan. Those elements of the comprehensive plan that require the expenditure of public funds for capital improvements shall carry fiscal proposals relating thereto, including but not limited to the estimated costs, the priority ranking relative to other proposed capital expenditures, and the proposed funding sources.
(D) Coordination of the comprehensive plan with the comprehensive plans of adjacent cities and of Broward County and other affected public bodies shall be a major objective of the comprehensive planning process as provided herein. In the comprehensive plan or element as adopted, the City Commission shall include a specific policy statement indicating the relationship of the proposed development of the study area to the comprehensive plans of adjacent cities and Broward County and other affected public bodies as the adopted plan or plans in preparation may exist.
(E) The comprehensive plan and its elements shall contain policy recommendations for the implementation of the plan and its elements.
(F) The City Comprehensive Plan shall include the following elements developed in accordance with the requirements of F.S. Ch. 163.
Future Land Use
General Sanitary Sewer, Solid Waste, Drainage, Potable Water, and Natural Groundwater
Recreation and Open Space
(G) All elements of the comprehensive plan shall be based upon data appropriate to the element involved. Surveys and studies utilized in the preparation of the comprehensive plan shall not be deemed a part of the comprehensive plan unless adopted as a part of it.
(H) Copies of studies, surveys, and supporting documents shall be made available to public inspection and also made available to the public upon payment of reproduction charges equal to the actual cost to the agency of the reproduction. The actual costs are defined to be the cost of materials plus labor (both direct and indirect, including fringe benefits) plus 10% for administrative costs.
(‘58 Code, § 41.15) (Ord. 76-32, passed 3-2-76; Am. Ord. 90-27, passed 2-6-90; Am. Ord. 2014-19, passed 2-11-14)