Subject: Statutory changes, Florida department of economic opportunity from Devon
Date: Wed, August 1, 2012
To: Ken Adachi
My brother recently applied for unemployment benefits with the state of Florida and described having to spend the entire day being interviewed and taking long, bizarre test with a wide range of math/technical questions. Based on his description of the test it appears the unemployed in that state are being tested for future usefulness by the NWO. I took a quick look at Florida's unemployment website
and found NWO symbolism at the top and bottom (helicopter flying over the skyline and a pyramid) of the page. Below is a small portion of a document I found on this same website. This is a disturbing example of the NWO agenda posted right on a public website:
8 Revised section 163.3180(4)(b), F.S., to define hangars for the assembly,
manufacture, maintenance or storage of aircraft as public transit facilities.
Section 1, Chapter 2010-33, LOF.
(5): Requires the representative of the military installation to be an ex-officio, nonvoting member of the county's or local government's land planning or zoning board.
(6): Encourages the commanding officer to provide informationon community planning assistance grants. Creates 163.3175. 3 (6)(a):
Changed to require local governments to amend the future land use element by June 30, 2006 to include criteria to achieve compatibility with military installations. Changed to encourage rural land stewardship area designation as an overlay on the future land use map.
(11)(d)4.c.: Required rural land stewardship areas to address affordable housing.
(11)(d)6.j.: Revised to allow open space and agricultural land to be just as important as environmentally sensitive land when assigning stewardship credits.
(12): Must adopt public school facilities element.
(12)(a) and (b): A waiver from providing this element will be allowed under certain circumstances.
(12)(g): Expanded list of items to be to include collocation, location of schools proximate to residential areas, and use of schools as emergency shelters.
(12)(h): Required local governments to provide maps depicting the general location of new schools and school improvements within future conditions maps.
(12)(i): Required DCA to establish a schedule for adoption of the public school facilities element.
(12)(j): Established penalty for failure to adopt a public school facility element.
(13): (New section) Encourages local governments to develop a 'community vision,' which provides for sustainable growth, recognizes its fiscal constraints, and protects its natural resources.
(14): (New section) Encourages local governments to develop an 'urban service boundary,' which ensures the area is served (or will be served) with adequate public facilities and services over the next 10 years. See s. 163.3184(17). 163.3177 [New] 10 (10) New section designating Freeport as a certified community.
(11) New section exempting proposed DRIs within Freeport from review under s.380.06, F.S., unless review is requested by the local government. 163.3246 [New] 2006 [Ch. 2006-68, Ch. 2006-69, Ch. 2006-220, Ch. 2006-252, Ch. 2006-255, Ch. 2006-268, Laws of Florida] 1 Establishes plan amendment procedures for agricultural enclaves as defined in s.163.3164(33), F.S. Ch. 2006-255, LOF.
163.3162(5) [New] 2 Defines agricultural enclave. Ch. 2006-255, LOF. 163.3164(33)
[New] 3 (6)(g)2.: Adds new paragraph encouraging local governments with a coastal management element to adopt recreational surface water use policies; such adoption amendment is exempt from the twice per year limitation on the frequency of plan amendment adoptions. Ch. 2006-220, LOF. 163.3177(6)(g)2.
[New] 4 Allows the effect of a proposed receiving area to be considered when projecting the 25-year or greater population with a rural land stewardship area. Ch. 2006-220,
5 Recognizes 'extremely-low-income persons' as another income groups whose housing needs might be addressed by accessory dwelling units and defines such persons consistent with s.420.0004(8), F.S. Ch. 2006-69, LOF. 163.31771(1), (2) and (4) 6 Assigns to the Division of Emergency Management the responsibility of ensuring the preparation of updated regional hurricane evacuation plans. Ch. 2006-68, LOF. 163.3178(2)(d) 7 Changes the definition of the Coastal High Hazard Area (CHHA) to be the area below the elevation of the category 1 storm surge line as established by the SLOSH model. Ch. 2006-68, LOF.
[New] 16 Community Workforce Housing Innovation Pilot Program; created by Ch. 2006-69, LOF, section 27. Establishes a special, expedited adoption process for any plan amendment that implements a pilot program project. New 17 Affordable housing land donation density incentive bonus; created by Ch. 2006-69, LOF, section 28. Allows a density bonus for land donated to a local government to provide affordable housing; requires adoption of a plan amendment for any such land; such amendment may be adopted as a small-scale amendment; such amendment is exempt from the twice per year limitation on the frequency of plan amendment adoptions.
2007 [Ch. 2007-196, Ch. 2007-198, Ch. 2007-204, Laws of Florida] 1 (26) Expands the definition of 'urban redevelopment' to include a community redevelopment area. Ch. 2007-204, LOF.
6 Revises section 163.3175, F.S., to list the 14 military installations and 43 local governments affected by special coordination and communication requirements. Section 1, Chapter 2010-182, LOF.
Establishes definition for 'antiquated subdivision.'
[New] 23 Establishes definition for 'new town.'
163.3164(32) [previously in Rule 9J-5]
41Modifies military base compatibility provisions to not require that commanding officer comments, underlying studies and reports be binding on the local government. Requires the affected local government to be sensitive to private property rights and not be unduly restrictive on those rights in considering the comments provided by the commanding officer or designee.
163.3175(5)(d) and (6)
42 Modified to require that any local government comprehensive plan that has been amended to address military compatibility requirements after 2004 and was found in compliance be deemed in compliance until the local government conducts its evaluation and appraisal review pursuant to s.163.3191 and determines that amendments are necessary. 163.3175(9).
The more I bring this stuff to peoples attention, the deeper they want to put their
heads in the sand. Thank god I quit watching tv years ago.
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