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File #: 22-1037    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 7/31/2022 In control: City Commission
On agenda: 9/19/2022 Final action:
Title: RESOLUTION NO. 126-22: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE INVENTORY LIST OF CITY OWNED PROPERTY APPROPRIATE FOR USE AS AFFORDABLE HOUSING PURSUANT TO SECTION 166.0451, FLORIDA STATUES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
Sponsors: City Manager Department
Attachments: 1. Agenda Cover Report, 2. Res. 126-22 - Inventory of City Property for Use as Affordable Housing v3, 3. FS 166.pdf, 4. Simple Legal Review Approval Reso 126-22
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TO: Mayor and Commissioners
FROM: Jeffrey L. Oris, CEcD, Assistant City Manager
THROUGH: Terrence R. Moore, ICMA-CM
DATE: September 19, 2022

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RESOLUTION NO. 126-22: A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF DELRAY BEACH, FLORIDA, APPROVING THE INVENTORY LIST OF CITY OWNED PROPERTY APPROPRIATE FOR USE AS AFFORDABLE HOUSING PURSUANT TO SECTION 166.0451, FLORIDA STATUES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.

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Recommended Action:
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Review and consider Resolution No. 126-22

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Background:
Section 166.0451, Florida Statutes requires by July 1, 2007 and every 3 years thereafter, that each city prepare an inventory of real property within its jurisdiction to which the city hold fee simple title that is appropriate for use as affordable housing. This list is to include the address and legal description of each property and specify whether the property is vacant or improved. Further, the City Commission must review the inventory list at a public hearing and may revise the list at the conclusion of the public hearing. Following the public hearing, the City Commission needs to adopt the resolution that includes the list of properties.

City staff has reviewed the entire of the list of over 230 parcels that are owned by the City of Delray Beach and considered their use for affordable housing. It was found that a large majority of these parcels are used by the City for the provision of such services to the City's residents as fire stations, parking, water and sanitary infrastructure, stormwater retention, parks and recreational facilities, and for the administration of these services, thus they were removed from the list of parcels appropriate for affordable housing. The remaining parcel list was shortened again by removing those parcels that are undersized or are oddly shaped to the extent that, even with potential development waivers, they could not be safely or reasonably built upon. This left an invento...

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