Miami-Dade Legislative Item
File Number: 052683
   

File Number: 052683 File Type: Ordinance Status: Adopted as amended
Version: 0 Reference: 05-141 Control:
File Name: INC & ANNEX AREAS OR FACILITIES OF COUNTYWIDE SIGNIFICANCE Introduced: 9/16/2005
Requester: Office of Strategic Business Management Cost: Final Action:
Agenda Date: 7/7/2005 Agenda Item Number: 7F
Notes: THIS IS FINAL VERSION AS ADOPTED. (also see 051913) Title: ORDINANCE RELATING TO ANNEXATION AND INCORPORATION; IDENTIFYING LOCATIONS IN UNINCORPORATED MIAMI-DADE COUNTY WHICH ARE ''AREAS OR FACILITIES OF COUNTYWIDE SIGNIFICANCE''; REQUIRING THE COUNTY TO RETAIN REGULATORY CONTROL OVER AREAS AND FACILITIES OF COUNTYWIDE SIGNIFICANCE; REQUIRING CHARTERS OF NEW MUNICIPALITIES TO CONTAIN SUCH PROVISIONS AS A CONDITION OF INCORPORATION; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS AND APPLICABILITY; CREATING SECTION 20-8.6 AND SECTION 20-28 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE [SEE ORIGINAL ITEM UNDER FILE NOS. 043394 AND 051913]
Indexes: ANNEXATION
  COUNTYWIDE
  INCORPORATION
Sponsors: Jose "Pepe" Diaz, Prime Sponsor
  Joe A. Martinez, Co-Sponsor
  Dorrin D. Rolle, Co-Sponsor
Sunset Provision: No Effective Date: Expiration Date:
Registered Lobbyist: None Listed


Legislative History

Acting Body Date Agenda Item Action Sent To Due Date Returned Pass/Fail

County Attorney 9/16/2005 Assigned Craig H. Coller

Board of County Commissioners 7/7/2005 7F AMENDED Adopted as amended P
REPORT: Discussion ensued among Board members regarding the need to list additional locations to the “Areas or Facilities of Countywide Significance.” The Board by motion duly made, seconded, and carried adopted the foregoing proposed ordinance as amended to include the location of “military installations” to the list of examples of facilities of regional significance.

Legislative Text


TITLE
ORDINANCE RELATING TO ANNEXATION AND INCORPORATION; IDENTIFYING LOCATIONS IN UNINCORPORATED MIAMI-DADE COUNTY WHICH ARE ''AREAS OR FACILITIES OF COUNTYWIDE SIGNIFICANCE''; REQUIRING THE COUNTY TO RETAIN REGULATORY CONTROL OVER AREAS AND FACILITIES OF COUNTYWIDE SIGNIFICANCE; REQUIRING CHARTERS OF NEW MUNICIPALITIES TO CONTAIN SUCH PROVISIONS AS A CONDITION OF INCORPORATION; PROVIDING DEFINITIONS AND APPLICABILITY; CREATING SECTION 20-8.6 AND SECTION 20-28 OF THE CODE OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA; PROVIDING SEVERABILITY, INCLUSION IN THE CODE, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE

BODY
WHEREAS, significant County facilities within the unincorporated area have heretofore been under the exclusive regulatory control of the County; and WHEREAS, Miami-Dade County has embarked on a series of annexations and incorporations; and WHEREAS, continued incorporations and annexations without providing for County jurisdiction over facilities or areas of countywide significance will place many of these facilities within the boundaries of municipalities and potentially subject them to a patchwork of regulations; and WHEREAS, Section 1.01(1) of the Miami-Dade County Home Rule Charter states that the Board of County Commissioners shall have power to carry on a central metropolitan government, which includes the provision of infrastructure, recreational and cultural facilities and municipal services; and WHEREAS, in order to ensure that significant County facilities and other significant areas of countywide significance are planned, operated and maintained to provide services to its citizens in a coordinated and integrated manner, the Board finds that it must formally establish a requirement that the County retain exclusive regulatory authority over such facilities,
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF MIAMI-DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA:
Section 1. The foregoing recitations area hereby incorporated into this Ordinance.
Section 2. Section 20-8.6 of the Code of Miami-Dade County, Florida, is hereby created to read as follows: Sec. 20-8.6 Areas and Facilities of Countywide Significance.
(a) Definition.
"Areas and Facilities of Countywide Significance" consist of any private or public lands, including surface, subsurface, and appurtenant airspace and improvements thereupon, located in unincorporated Miami-Dade County as of the date of this ordinance that are deemed necessary by the Board of County Commissioners for the coordinated use of lands, development and service delivery within the County to promote the health, safety, order, convenience, prosperity, and welfare of the current and future residents and tourists of this County.
(b) Designation.
The Board of County Commissioners hereby designates each of the following lands listed on Exhibit A, as an "Area or Facility of Countywide Significance". Any future designation of lands as an Area or Facility of Countywide Significance may be made by resolution of the Board of County Commissioners, upon a finding that:
1) The area or facility is susceptible to substantial change and development that will detrimentally affect the facility or land;
2) There is a need for the continued, unimpaired functioning of the area or facility by the greater community and;
3) The service provided at or by the area or facility, or at a combination of areas or facilities, is a significant resource to the greater community.
If the Board of County Commissioners determines that an area or facility no longer meets the definition of an "Area or Facility of Countywide Significance" as defined herein, the Commission, by resolution, may relinquish regulatory control to the municipality in which such area or facilities are located.
(c) Regulatory Jurisdiction Over Areas or Facilities of Countywide Significance Reserved to the County.
Jurisdiction for purposes of comprehensive planning, zoning and building and other development approvals (including but not limited to land use, site plan approvals, issuance of building permits, building inspections, issuance of certificates of occupancy, zoning applications, special exceptions, variances, building or zoning moratoria, and all other types of functions typically performed by the departments responsible for building, planning and/or zoning), water and sewer installations, compliance with environmental regulations, and utility regulation shall be and are hereby vested in Miami-Dade County regardless of any municipal code, charter, or ordinance provision to the contrary. If an "Area or Facility of Countywide Significance" is located in an area which is sought to be annexed to a municipality or incorporated, the County shall not transfer operation, maintenance, or regulatory jurisdiction of such Area or Facility to a municipality, unless expressly permitted herein.
(d) Applicability. The requirements of this ordinance apply to unincorporated areas annexed after the effective date of this ordinance.
(e) Condition of Annexation.
The provisions of this section shall be considered a condition of annexation for any area annexed after the effective date of this ordinance and shall be the subject of an interlocal agreement between the County and the annexing municipality. This interlocal agreement shall be adopted by the annexing municipality prior to the County Commission's adoption of any ordinance authorizing a boundary change.
Section 3. Section 20-28 of the Code of Miami-Dade County, Florida, is hereby created to read as follows: Sec. 20-28. Areas and Facilities of Countywide Significance.
(a) Definition.
"Areas and Facilities of Countywide Significance" consist of any private or public lands, including surface, subsurface, and appurtenant airspace and improvements thereupon, located in unincorporated Miami-Dade County as of the date of this ordinance that are deemed necessary by the Board of County Commissioners for the coordinated use of lands, development and service delivery within the County to promote the health, safety, order, convenience, prosperity, and welfare of the current and future residents and tourists of this County.
(b) Designation.
The Board of County Commissioners hereby designates each of the following lands listed on Exhibit A, as an "Area or Facility of Countywide Significance". Any future designation of lands as an Area or Facility of Countywide Significance may be made by resolution of the Board of County Commissioners, upon a finding that:
4) The area or facility is susceptible to substantial change and development that will detrimentally affect the facility or land;
5) There is a need for the continued, unimpaired functioning of the area or facility by the greater community and;
6) The service provided at or by the area or facility, or at a combination of areas or facilities, is a significant resource to the greater community.
If the Board of County Commissioners determines that an area or facility no longer meets the definition of an "Area or Facility of Countywide Significance" as defined herein, the Commission, by resolution, may relinquish regulatory control to the municipality in which such area or facilities are located.
(c) Regulatory Jurisdiction Over Areas or Facilities of Countywide Significance Reserved to the County.
Jurisdiction for purposes of comprehensive planning, zoning and building and other development approvals (including but not limited to land use, site plan approvals, issuance of building permits, building inspections, issuance of certificates of occupancy, zoning applications, special exceptions, variances, building or zoning moratoria, and all other types of functions typically performed by the departments responsible for building, planning and/or zoning), water and sewer installations, compliance with environmental regulations, and utility regulation shall be and are hereby vested in Miami-Dade County regardless of any municipal code, charter, or ordinance provision to the contrary. If an "Area or Facility of Countywide Significance" is located in an area which is sought to be annexed to a municipality or incorporated, the County shall not transfer operation, maintenance, or regulatory jurisdiction of such Area or Facility to a municipality, unless expressly permitted herein.
(d) Applicability. The requirements of this ordinance apply to municipalities created after the effective date of this ordinance.
(e) Condition of Incorporation.
The provisions of this section shall be considered a condition of incorporation for any area incorporated after the effective date of this ordinance and shall be included in the municipal charter of such area. Section 4. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause or provision of this ordinance is held invalid, the remainder of this ordinance shall not be affected by such invalidity.
Section 5. It is the intention of the Board of County Commissioners, and it is hereby ordained that the provisions of this ordinance, including any sunset provision, shall become and be made a part of the Code of Miami-Dade County, Florida. The sections of this ordinance may be renumbered or relettered to accomplish such intention, and the word "ordinance" may be changed to "section," "article," or other appropriate word.
Section 6. This ordinance shall become effective ten (10) days after the date of enactment unless vetoed by the Mayor, and if vetoed, shall become effective only upon an override by this Board.

OTHER
AREAS AND FACILITIES
OF
COUNTYWIDE SIGNIFICANCE


NAME / DEPARTMENT ADDRESS

MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Training Bureau Metro Training Center 9601 NW 58 Street

Stations and Facilities:
MDPD Headquarters Complex 9105 NW 25 Street
Northside Station (District 2) 2950 NW 83 Street
Doral Station (District 3) 9101 NW 25 Street
Cutler Ridge (District 4) 10800 SW 211 Street
Kendall Station (District 5) 7707 SW 117 Avenue
Hammocks Station (District 8) 10000 SW 142 Avenue
Carol City Station (District 9) 18805 NW 27 Avenue
Intergovernmental Bureau-South Office 7617 SW 117 Avenue


MIAMI-DADE WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT

Treatment Plants:
Alexander Orr Water 6800 SW 87 Avenue
South Miami Heights Water 11800 SW 208 Street
(Proposed)
South District Wastewater 8950 SW 232 Street

Regional Pump Stations:
0416 7301 NW 186 Street
0417 7950 NW 178 Street
0421 20215 NW 2 Avenue
0422 3150 NW 208 Terrace
0423 2451 NE 203 Street
0516 10350 Puerto Rico Drive
0522 20820 SW 117 Avenue
0681 15840 SW 127 Avenue
0683 4801 SW 117 Avenue
0685 11991 SW 34 Street
0698 20820 SW 117 Avenue
0761 1903 SW 89 Avenue
1310 NW 151 Street & 37 Avenue

NAME / DEPARTMENT ADDRESS

MIAMI-DADE WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT

Wellfields:
South West 12350 SW 80 Street
West 7200 SW 172 Avenue
Redland (Proposed) SW 142 Avenue to SW
167 Ave from SW
184 Street to SW 232 St
Leisure City 15225 Harding Lane
Naranja 14490 SW 268 Street
Elevated Tank 29000 SW 142 Avenue
Redavo 18400 SW 292 Street
South Dade (Proposed) SW 117 Avenue from
214 Avenue to 200 Avenue
Snapper Creek SW 102 Avenue and SW 72 Street
Everglades 19500 SW 376 Street
Newton Booster Station SW 344 Street & 109 Avenue
Newton Plant 15800 SW 336 Street
North West Sections 11, 12, and 14
Township 53 Range 39

MIAMI-DADE FIRE RESCUE DEPARTMENT
Stations and Rescue Facilities located in Unincorporated areas:

Headquarters Complex 9300 NW 41 Street
Supply Warehouse 8010 NW 60 Street

Stations and Rescue Facilities:

Station 02 - Model Cities 6460 NW 27 Avenue
Station 03 - Tropical Park 3911 SW 82 Avenue
Station 04 - Coral Reef 9201 SW 152 Street
Station 05 - Goulds/Princeton 13150 Hobson Drive
Station 06 - Modello 15890 SW 288 Street
Station 07 - West Little River 9350 NW 22 Avenue
Station 09 - Kendall 7777 SW 117 Avenue
Station 12 - MIA M. I. A. Bldg. 1044
Station 15 - Key Biscayne 2 Crandon Boulevard
Station 17 - Virginia Gardens 7050 NW 36 Street
Station 21 - Haulover Beach 10500 Collins Avenue
Station 23 - Kendall South 7825 SW 104 Street
Station 24 - Air Rescue South 14150 SW 127 Street
Station 26 - Opa Locka 3190 NW 119 Street
Station 34 - Cutler Ridge 10850 SW 211 Street
Station 36 - Hammocks 10001 Hammocks Blvd
Station 37 - West Bird 4200 SW 142 Avenue
Station 42 - Fisher Island 65 Fisher Island Dr.
Station 43 - Richmond 13390 SW 152 Street
Station 44 - Palm Springs North 7700 NW 186 Street
Station 47 - Westchester 9361 Coral Way
Station 51 - Honey Hill 4775 NW 199 Street
Station 52 - S. Miami Heights 12105 Quail Roost Drive
Station 53 - Turnpike 11600 SW Turnpike Hwy.
Station 55 - Saga Bay 21501 SW 87 Ave
Station 56 - West Sunset 16250 SW 72 Street
Station 57 - West Kendall 8501 SW 127 Avenue
Station 58 - Tamiami 12700 SW 6 Street
Station 60 - Redland 17605 SW 248 Street

Emergency Operating Center 9300 NW 41 Street
Emergency Medical Services 9300 NW 41 Street
Urban Search and Rescue 7900 SW 107 Avenue

FLORIDA POWER LIGHT FACILITIES

Cutler Plant 14925 SW 67 Avenue
Turkey Point Plant (Fossil) 9700 SW 344 Street
Turkey Point Plant Nuclear 9760 SW 344 Street


MIAMI-DADE DEPARTMENT OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT

Disposal Facilities:
Resources Recovery 6990 NW 97 Avenue
North Dade Landfill 21300 NW 47 Avenue
South Dade Landfill 24000 SW 97 Avenue
Old South Dade Landfill (Closed) 24800 SW 97 Avenue
58 Street Landfill / Household Hazardous Waste Facility 8831 NW 58 Street
Northeast Transfer Station 18701 NE 6 Avenue
West Transfer Station Areas 2900 SW 72 Avenue

Trash & Recycling Centers:
Palm Springs North 17600 NW 78 Place
Golden Glades 140 NW 160 Street
West Little River 1830 NW 79 Street
Snapper Creek 2200 SW 117 Avenue
Sunset Kendall 8000 SW 107 Avenue
Chapman Field 13600 SW 60 Avenue
Richmond Heights 14050 Boggs Drive
West Perrine 16651 SW 107 Avenue
Eureka Drive 9401 SW 184 Street
South Miami Heights 20800 SW 117 Court
Moody Drive 12970 SW 268 Street
North Dade 21500 NW 47 Avenue


MIAMI-DADE AIRPORT AND ALL ITS PROPERTIES

MIAMI-DADE SEAPORT AND ALL ITS PROPERTIES

MIAMI-DADE METRO RAIL MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS FACILITIES

MILITARY BASES



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