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1 PALM BEACH COUNTY PLANNING, ZONING AND BUILDING DEPARTMENT ZONING DIVISION Application No.: ABN/PDD/DOA Application Name.: Polo Trace II PUD Control No.: Applicant: Golf Southern Southern Golf Partners LLLP Polo Trace Homeowners Assn, Inc. Owners: Golf Southern Southern Golf Partners LLLP Polo Trace Hmowners Assn, Inc. Agent: Urban Design Kilday Studios - Collene Walter Telephone No.: (561) Project Manager: Josue Leger, Site Planner II TITLE: a Development Order Abandonment. REQUEST: to abandon a Special Exception allowing a Recreational Facility and Club (Private Golf Course). TITLE: an Official Zoning Map Amendment to a Planned Development District. REQUEST: to allow a rezoning from the Single Family Residential (RS) and the Agricultural Residential (AR) Zoning Districts to the Planned Unit Development (PUD) Zoning District. TITLE: a Development Order Amendment REQUEST: to reconfigure the Master Plan; add land area; to re-designate Recreation (Golf Course) to Residential; add units; add Pods; modify and/or delete Conditions of Approval (Engineering, Planned Unit Development). APPLICATION SUMMARY: Proposed are requests for a Development Order Abandonment, an Official Zoning Map Amendment and a Development Order Amendment (DOA) for the Polo Trace II Planned Unit Development (PUD). The acre residential development was approved by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) on March 24, The Master Plan indicated four Residential Pods with 320 units, and an approximately 160-acre Recreation Pod (Golf Course and Clubhouse). The most recent approval was on January 6, 1997, to rezone a acre parcel of land (west of the PUD) from the Agricultural Residential (AR) Zoning District to the Single Family Residential (RS) Zoning District and a DOA to add land area and units (+69 ZLL). The Applicant proposes to abandon the Recreational Facility and Club (Private Golf Course) approved under Resolution R Also, the Applicant is requesting to reconfigure the Master Plan by adding and rezoning the acre parcel of land from the AR and RS Zoning Districts to the PUD Zoning District. In addition, the Applicant is reconfiguring the Master Plan to re-designate Recreation (Golf Course) to Residential, adding 325 Units. The Preliminary Master Plan indicates five Residential Pods and a total of 714 Residential Units. One access point will remain from Hagen Ranch Road. SITE DATA: Location: West side of Hagen Ranch Road and approximately 0.60 miles north of Lake Ida Road. Property Control Number(s) ; ; ; ; ; ; Existing Future Land Use Designation: Proposed Future Land Use Designation: Existing Zoning District: Proposed Zoning District: Total Acreage: Affected Acreage: Tier: Overlay District: Neighborhood Plan: Medium Residential (MR-5); Low Residential (LR-1) No proposed change Residential Planned Unit Development District (PUD); Agricultural Residential District (AR); Single-Family Residential District (RS) Planned Unit Development (PUD) acres acres (including the acre parcel to be rezoned) Urban/Suburban N/A N/A ZC October 5, 2017 Page 173

2 CCRT Area: Municipalities within 1 Mile Future Annexation Area N/A N/A N/A RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of the request subject to 1 Condition of Approval as indicated in Exhibit C-1 and 41 Conditions of Approval as indicated in Exhibit C-2. ACTION BY THE ZONING COMMISSION: The September 7, 2017 Zoning Commission Hearing was rescheduled to the October 5, 2017 Hearing due to lack of a quorum and Hurricane Irma preparations. PUBLIC COMMENT SUMMARY: At the time of publication, Staff had received 2 contacts from the public requesting general information regarding this project. PROJECT HISTORY: (shaded rows indicate Resolutions revoked by R ) Application No. Request Resolution Approval Date Rezoning from AG-Agricultural District to Control No. Residential Estate District (RE) and the Z/PDD R August 9, 1977 Further Special Exception (SE) to allow a PUD Control No. Z Rezoning Control No. PDD/SE Control No. PDD/SE (A) Control No. Z (B) Control No. DOA (D) Control No. DOA (E) Control No. DOA (F) Control No. Z Control No. DOA/CA Rezoning from the RE-Residential Estate District to RS-Residential Single Family District Further Special Exception to allow a Planned Unit Development, including an on-site water and sewage treatment facility For a Special Exception to allow a Planned Unit Development, including an on-site water and sewage treatment Plant Rezoning from Residential Single Family (RS) District to Agricultural Residential District Modification of Commission requirements to amend Conditions placed on Zoning Control No (A) Special Exception to amend the master plan for Colony Lakes (PUD) previously approved under Zoning Control No by Resolution no. R ; (A) by Resolution no. R ; (B) by Resolution no. R ; (D) by Resolution no. R , to first redesign the site and second change the housing category Special Exception to amend the Master Plan for Pine Ridge at Delray Beach North PUD to first increase the density and second to change the housing category from A to B Rezoning from AR-Agricultural Residential Zoning District to RS-Single Family Residential Zoning District Special Exception to (1) permit a Planned Residential Development, including (2) a Recreational Facility and Club (Private Golf Course) R June 29, 1982 R (Revoked by R ) R (Revoked by R ) R (Revoked by R ) R (Revoked by R ) R (Revoked by R ) R (Revoked by R ) June 29, 1982 December 11, 1984 February 19, 1985 February 10, 1987 October 4, 1988 April 25, 1989 R July 11, 1989 R July 11, 1989 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 174

3 Control No. DOA (B) DOA (C) PDD Z/DOA Z/DOA Z/DOA Modification of Commission requirements to delete Condition No. 16 (A) of Resolution R (Zoning Petition Polo Trace PUD), pertaining to traffic performance standards Development Order Amendment in the Residential Single Family (RS) Zoning District, to amend master plan to delete acreage Official Zoning Map Amendment to allow a rezoning from the Residential Single Family (RS) Zoning District to the Planned Unit Development (PUD) Zoning District Official Zoning Map Amendment to allow a rezoning) from Agricultural Residential (AR) Zoning District to Residential Single Family (RS) Zoning District Development Order Amendment (DOA) to add land area (+20.6 acres) and units (+69 ZLL) Resolution correcting Resolution R March 26, 1991 R March 24, 1994 R March 24, 1994 R January 6, 1997 R January 6, 1997 R January 6, 1997 SURROUNDING LAND USES: NORTH: FLU Designation: Utilities and Transportation (U/T) Zoning District: Public Ownership District (PO) Supporting: Utilities (Water Utility Plant, Control No ) FLU Designation: Low Residential (LR-3) Zoning District: Planned Unit Development District (PUD) Supporting: Residential (In The Pines North PUD, Control No ) SOUTH: FLU Designation: Medium Residential (MR-5) Zoning District: Residential Planned Unit Development District (PUD) Supporting: Residential (Pine Ridge at Delray Beach, Control No ) FLU Designation: Medium Residential (MR-5) Zoning District: Planned Unit Development (PUD) Supporting: Vacant EAST: FLU Designation: Medium Residential (MR-5) Zoning District: Residential Planned Unit Development District (PUD) Supporting: Residential (Valencia Grand Isles, Control No ) WEST: FLU Designation: Utilities and Transportation (UT) and Agricultural Reserve (AGR) Zoning District: Agricultural Reserve District (AGR) Supporting: Florida's Turnpike o Surrounding Uses of the Affected Area There are four existing Residential Pods (A, B, C & D) adjacent to the Golf Course, comprising a total of 389 residential units, with one single-family dwelling and 388 zero lot line (ZLL) homes. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 175

4 Modification to Reduce or to Reconfigure Existing Golf Course Per ULDC Article 3.E.1.E.3, any modifications to reduce the acreage or reconfigure the boundaries of the Golf Course previously approved on the PUD Master Plan shall meet the following criteria: Notice to Homeowners; Reduction of Open Space or Recreation; and Visual Impact Analysis Standards. These criteria are further explained below: o Notice to Homeowners: Prior to application submittal, the Applicant sent a notice to all residents of the PUD via certified mail on March 1, 2017, and posted the notice in the main clubhouse (Exhibit F). Staff received a photo of the posted letter for confirmation (Exhibit F). In addition, the Applicant held several meetings with the Associations and residents of the PUD during the design development process of the project. According to the Applicants Justification Statement, 97% of the Home Owners Association (HOA) membership voted in favor of the Golf Course Conversion request with the remaining 3% voted against, an HOA support letter is provided (Exhibit G). The following timeline provided by the Applicant summarizes the meeting dates between the Applicant, Association and the residents: COMMUNITY MEETINGS 2016 June 21,2016 July 6, 2016 July 26, 2016 August 9,2016 September 13 October 4 October 13 Town Hall Meeting with approximately 150 people Board of Directors (BOD) 1.5 hours (Ad-HOC Committee) Town Hall Meeting with Lou Caplan for approximately 200 people BOD Meeting (GL Ad-HOC Committee members approved) BOD Meeting (Motion to negotiate with GL Homes) BOD Meeting Town Hall Meeting with approximately 200 people (GL presented renderings with Larry & Amber in attendance to answer questions and concerns) & the Applicant sent out to the community November 1 BOD Meeting November 14 Mailing of GL Invite to Town Hall Meeting 11/29 November 16 Meet the Candidates November 29 Town Hall Meeting for approximately 340 people hosted by GL Homes (Tent) December 6 Annual Meeting (GL Q&A) 2017 January 5 Official mailing (GL Written Consent) January 30 Official mailing (Within 30 day written notice of approval of amendment) o Reduction of Open Space or Recreation: The PUD is configured in its original 1994 approval via Resolution R The Approved Master Plan indicated that 137 Acres were for Open Space/ Golf Course. The Code at the time of the approval in 1993 required open space corridors around each of the Pods. Today s ULDC requirement for Open Space in a PUD is a minimum of 40%. This DOA as proposed exceeds this minimum requirement. The unaffected area of the PUD retains the perimeter buffers, water management tracts and small recreation areas per the initial approval. In 1994, the ULDC did require 110 square feet of recreation area per person based on the total anticipated population. The recreation area requirement in 1994 is equivalent to that of today s code of 0.06 acre/unit. This DOA as proposed provides for a new Recreation Pod of 7.30 gross acres (6.78 net acres). This far exceeds the minimum requirement for both the existing and proposed units. A total of 714 units are proposed, which results in a recreation area requirement of 4.28 acres. This also does not include the existing small recreation areas within the unaffected area, totaling 0.92 acres, and the proposed Neighborhood Park in new Pod E. Visual Impact Analysis (VIA): As part of this application, the Applicant submitted a VIA that addresses the methods used to assess and analyze the compatibility and impact of the conversion of the golf course on adjacent properties. This analysis shows that any negative impacts or potential incompatibly issues with the redevelopment as proposed will be mitigated as explained in other section of this report. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 176

5 Visual Impact Analysis Aerial A set of line of sight illustrations relative to the cross-sections from the submitted VIA were also submitted to help depict the impact of the proposed amendment to existing developments and natural areas showing a preliminary layout showing where lakes and open space are to the adjacent to existing homes. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 177

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8 The Applicants Visual Impact Analysis (VIA) is to assess whether there are compatibility issues or any adverse impacts generated from this request on adjacent properties. In most cases, open spaces and proposed lakes will separate the proposed and existing homes from each other and will serve as a buffer mitigating potential negative impact between adjacent Pod A and B (existing) and Pod E (proposed). FINDINGS Rezoning Standards: (see additional Analysis under the Development Order Amendment Standards) When considering a Development Order application for an Official Zoning Map Amendment to a Standard Zoning District or a rezoning to a PDD or TDD, the BCC and ZC shall consider Standards 1-7 listed under Article 2.B.1.B of the ULDC. The Standards and Staff Analyses are indicated below. An Amendment, which fails to meet any of these standards shall be deemed adverse to the public interest and shall not be approved. 1. Consistency with the Plan - The proposed amendment is consistent with the Plan. o Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan: The proposed amendment is consistent with the Goals, Objectives and Policies of the Comprehensive Plan, including densities and intensities of use. o Special Overlay District/Neighborhood Plan/Planning Study Area: The site is not located within any neighborhood plans, overlays or plan study areas as identified in the Comprehensive Plan. 2. Consistency with the Code - The proposed amendment is not in conflict with any portion of this Code, and is consistent with the stated purpose and intent of this Code. o The proposed rezoning of acres is not in conflict with the Code. The proposed Zoning Map Amendment is consistent with the applicable provisions of the Unified Land Development Code (ULDC), as well as the stated purpose and intent of the ULDC. See Development Order Amendment Standards below, as the land area proposed for rezoning will be added into the previously approved PUD. The acre parcel which borders the west boundary of the PUD currently being utilized as a Golf Course will now serve as open space and buffer from the turnpike for the PUD. 3. Compatibility with Surrounding Uses - The proposed amendment is compatible, and generally consistent with existing uses and surrounding zoning districts, and is the appropriate zoning district for the parcel of land. In making this finding, the BCC may apply an alternative zoning district. o The site is surrounded by Residential, Agricultural Reserve (AGR) and Utility uses. The Existing PUD is to the East and the Turnpike boarders it on the west. North and South are residential and utility uses. The proposed PUD District is generally consistent with the existing uses surrounding the subject land and is an appropriate Zoning District for the land. See DOA standard 3 below, as the land area proposed for rezoning will be added into the previously approved PUD. 4. Effect on Natural Environment The proposed amendment will not result in significantly adverse impacts on the natural environment, including but not limited to water, air, storm water management, wildlife, vegetation, wetlands, and the natural functioning of the environment. ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMENTS: VEGETATION PROTECTION: The site has been previously cleared and developed as a golf course. WELLFIELD PROTECTION ZONE: The entire property is located with several Wellfield Protection Zones. There are two wellheads presently located within the golf course. The Developer proposes to relocate the wells to the west on the property, adjacent to the Turnpike. CONTAMINATION ISSUES: A Phase I Environmental Audit has been submitted and has indicated that further assessment is recommended. A Phase II Environmental Audit shall be submitted to the ZC October 5, 2017 Page 180

9 Department of Environmental Resources Management prior to approval of the Master Plan by the DRO. IRRIGATION CONSERVATION CONCERNS AND SURFACE WATER: All new installations of automatic irrigation systems shall be equipped with a water sensing device that will automatically discontinue irrigation during periods of rainfall pursuant to the Water and Irrigation Conservation Ordinance No Any non stormwater discharge or the maintenance or use of a connection that results in a non stormwater discharge to the stormwater system is prohibited pursuant to Palm Beach County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Ordinance No ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS: There are no significant environmental issues associated with this petition beyond compliance with ULDC requirements. 5. Development Patterns The proposed amendment will result in a logical, orderly, and timely development pattern. o Pursuant to Resolution R-97-21, the acre parcel was supposed to be part of the DOA to add land area and units to the Polo Trace PUD. However, this land area was never rezoned to PUD nor reflected in the legal description of the Overall PUD. Thus, the proposed rezoning from AR and RS Zoning District to the PUD Zoning District will allow for this land area to be added into the previously approved PUD, and have a consistent PUD Zoning District. The development pattern of the immediate area is residential; beyond the Turnpike to the west is agriculture. This application is proposing to remove the existing golf hole(s) on this parcel and re-designate this area as open space as indicated in the Preliminary Master Plan. Thus, the change in use does not create adverse impact since no development is proposed on this portion of the PUD. As the land area is being added into the PUD, please see DOA Standard 5 for additional analysis 6. Adequate Public Facilities The proposed amendment complies with Art. 2.F, Concurrency. o The subject site proposed for rezoning will be included into the overall PUD and complies with Concurrency. See DOA Standard 7 for the specific compliance findings on Adequate Public Facilities for the entire proposed PUD. 7. Changed Conditions or Circumstances There are demonstrated changed conditions or circumstances that necessitate the amendment. According to the Applicant s Justification, this rezoning is being requested to right the record from a past development approval for the acre triangle parcel. Based on a review of the Staff Report from the January 5, 1997 BCC public hearing, it appears that the intent was to rezone 20.6 acres and incorporate it into Polo Trace PUD, However, the documents associated with the request were incorrect and incomplete thereby the result was that not all of the property was addressed, nor was the zoning designation granted. Rezoning of this parcel will correct this record and make the project consistent with the current approved Final Master Plan and Plat. FINDINGS: Conditional Uses, Requested Uses and Development Order Amendments: When considering a Development Order application for a Conditional or Requested Use, or a Development Order Amendment, the BCC and ZC shall consider Standards 1 8 listed in Article 2.B.2.B. of the ULDC. The Standards and Staff Analyses are indicated below. A Conditional or Requested Use or Development Order Amendment which fails to meet any of these standards shall be deemed adverse to the public interest and shall not be approved. 1. Consistency with the Plan The proposed use or amendment is consistent with the purposes, goals, objectives and policies of the Plan, including standards for building and structural intensities and densities, and intensities of use. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 181

10 o Consistency with the Comprehensive Plan: The proposed amendment is consistent with the Goals, Objectives and Policies of the Comprehensive Plan, including densities and intensities of use. o Density: The proposed project has 389 units already built on site. Under the site's Medium Residential, 5 units per acre (MR-5) (comprising acres) and Low Residential, 1 unit per acre (LR-1) (comprising acres) FLU designations, 626 units are theoretically possible for this development using the existing FLU designation. ((93.18 x 5) + ( x 1) = units). Within the overall Master Plan, there are 237 unused dwelling units available. The Comprehensive Plan states, in Section III of the Future Land Use Element Regulation (FLUE, p. 118), that within the Urban/Suburban Tier, densities may be transferred within a parcel covered by more than one urban residential category except where it results in a net negative impact on a roadway shown on the County's Thoroughfare Right-of-Way Identification Map. Additionally, the Plan indicates that any arrangement of dwelling units on a parcel of land as long as the maximum number of dwelling units is not exceeded, and complies with the ULDC. This project is consistent with this direction in the Comprehensive Plan. The Applicant is requesting 325 additional units. Since only 237 unused dwelling units remain, per the project's corresponding FLU designations, the Applicant is availing themselves of bonus density units available under the County's Workforce Housing Program (WHP), consistent with Housing Element Policy 1.5-g. The Applicant is proposing to take what approximates to a little over a 25% density bonus. The details of this are discussed below under the WHP. As such, the requested 714 units are consistent with the site's LR-1 & MR-5 FLU designations with the density bonuses allowed under the WHP. Workforce Housing (WHP) Program: The Applicant is requesting an additional 325 units above the previously approved 389 built units, for a total of 714 units for the overall PUD. The 325 proposed additional units are required to provide 26 units as Workforce Housing. Since the request is greater than 10 units, participation in the program will be mandatory. The WHP provides housing for qualified buyers with an income that is % of the Area Median Income (AMI). Currently, per HUD, Palm Beach County has an AMI of $67,900. The Applicant has chosen WHP Option 2, Limited Incentive, and is not requesting to utilize maximum density or WHP density bonus. The Applicant has stated in the Justification Statement that they wish to utilize WHP Off-site Options, to buy-out of the required WHP. ULDC Article 5.G.1.G.4. Option 4, allows for an in-lieu payment for the WHP units. The Department of Economic Sustainability (DES) shall receive the payment prior to the release of the first residential Building Permit. Accordingly, the following Condition of Approval is applied: Prior to the issuance of the first residential Building Permit, the Applicant shall submit payment to Department of Economic Sustainability (DES) and a copy of a receipt for that payment to the Planning Division totaling the amount of WHP units bought at $81,500 per WHP unit. The request for a total of 714 units on the subject acres with the MR-5 and LR-1 land use designations was achieved as follows: Standard & WHP Bonus Density: 389 existing built units-vested 0% WHP units 143 Standard units 3.58 WHP units (2.5%) 93 Max (PUD) units 7.44 WHP units (8%) 89 WHP Bonus units WHP units (17%) 714 units total or 26 required WHP (rounded down) o Workforce Housing (WHP) Program: The mandatory WHP program requires that a percentage of units be deed restricted for a specified term to be sold or rented. All designated WHP units will be offered to income-qualified households with incomes from 60 percent to 140 percent of area medium income (AMI). In Palm Beach County, the 2017 median income is $67,900 for a family of four (per HUD). The following are the current sales and rental prices per income category for 2017 in Palm Beach County. The income categories are the same for both programs. These homes cannot be sold ZC October 5, 2017 Page 182

11 or rented at a higher price, and any Utility Allowances are to be applied against gross maximum rent and the rental prices. WHP Sales Prices: The sales prices are based on US HUD annual median income figure. Based on the 2017 Median Family Income of $67,900, the following are the WHP for sale prices: WHP Income Category: WHP Income Ranges: 2017 Sales Prices Low (60-80% of AMI) $40,740 - $54,320 $142,590 Moderate-1 (>80-100% of AMI) >$54,320 - $67,900 $183,330 Moderate-2 (> % of AMI) >$67,900 - $81,480 $224,070 Middle (> % of AMI) >$81,480 - $95,060 $264,810 WHP Rental Prices: The WHP rents are based on the annual Florida Housing Finance Corporation (FHFC) Multi-Family Rental Figures, adjusted for number of bedrooms. Planning Division Staff determine the rental prices at 100%. Any Utility Allowances are applied against gross maximum rent. WHP Income Category: WHP Income Ranges: Low (60-80% of AMI) $40,740 - $54,320 Moderate-1 (>80-100% of AMI) >$54,320 - $67,900 Moderate-2 (> % of AMI) >$67,900 - $81,480 Middle (> % of AMI) >$81,480 - $95,060 WHP Rental Prices: Income % 1 BR 2 BR 3 BR 4 BR 60% $ 810 $ 972 $1,122 $1,252 80% $1,080 $1,296 $1,496 $1,670 >80% $1,080 $1,296 $1,496 $1, % $1,350 $1,620 $1,870 $2,088 >100% $1,350 $1,620 $1,870 $2, % $1,620 $1,944 $2,244 $2,505 >120% $1,620 $1,944 $2,244 $2, % $1,890 $2,268 $2,618 $2,922 o Special Overlay District/ Neighborhood Plan/Planning Study Area: The site is not located within any neighborhood plans, overlays or plan study areas as identified in the Comprehensive Plan. 2. Consistency with the Code - The proposed use or amendment complies with all applicable standards and provisions of this Code for use, layout, function, and general development characteristics. The proposed use also complies with all applicable portions of Article 4.B, SUPPLEMENTARY USE STANDARDS. The proposed PUD is being modified to reconfigure the Master Plan; add land area; to re-designate Recreation (Golf Course) to Residential; add units; add Pods; modify and/or delete Conditions of Approval (Engineering, Planned Unit Development). The PUD was originally approved with four Residential Pods and 389 units. The layout and function of the PUD has changed as the housing was designed abutting the golf course. They are removing the golf course so the existing homes will now abut the lakes, open space and the new pod will also abut lakes and open space. The recreation pod is abutting the proposed Pod E. No commercial Pods are proposed with the amendment. With the reconfiguration of the golf course, the open space has been modified as well. The applicant is proposing to leave the newly added acres adjacent to the turnpike as open space, which provide a natural buffer from the major arterial thoroughfare. Also, The formerly use golf course ZC October 5, 2017 Page 183

12 portion south of existing Pod A will also be used as open space providing a natural buffer between the existing Pods A and C. The proposed amendment complies with this standard in regards to layout, function and general development characteristics. This amendment is required to comply with all applicable standards of this Code. Specifically, as it relates to PUD and Golf Course conversion, the Applicant must demonstrate compliance with Article 3.E. Planned Development Districts (PDD), and Article 3.E.2 Planned Unit Development, in addition to Article 4.B Supplementary Use Standards. After analyzing the findings, Staff has determined that the request complies with these standards. The proposed housing type of ZLL and detached single-family residential units is consistent with the character of the existing adjacent residential pods. The Applicant is proposing several amenities such as focal points, lakes, and a pedestrian trail surrounding the PUD that will be accessible to all residents of the PUD. In addition, neighborhood parks, decorative lighting and paving, a fountain, benches, and the preservation and relocation of native vegetation are proposed consistent with the Objectives and Standards of both PDD and PUD. With the modifications to add one residential Pod E and the recreation Pod, this is what the applicant is doing for Exemplary Design: o Objective and Standards for PUD: A PUD shall comply with the following standards: Standards a d are required and must be met. A minimum of two of the four standards listed in e h are required; thus, their exemplary design are in compliance with standard e and f (decorative pavers and fountains) providing one fountain is provided for the proposed Residential Pod E and decorative pavers along the entrance of the PUD as indicated below; Proximity to Other Uses: The density of Proposed Pod E does not exceed five unit per acre. However, it is directly adjacent to the proposed new Recreation Pod. Focal Points: Article 3.E.2.B.2.b requires focal points be provided at the terminus of 15 percent of the streets in a project. The proposed Preliminary Master Plan (PMP) indicates 2 (or 20%) new focal points for the proposed 10 new streets, thus exceeding the minimum 15 percent requirement. Neighborhood Park: The plan indicates one proposed neighborhood park within Pod E. There are several existing small recreation areas within the unaffected Pods of the PUD consistent with the intent for neighborhood parks. Therefore, in conclusion, the neighborhood park is an addition to the proposed 6.78 net-acre Recreation Pod. Decorative Street Lighting: Decorative street lights will be provided along the development entrances, access tracts, easements and right-of-ways (ROW). Decorative Paving: Decorative paving will be provided at the entrance of the development and incorporated into recreational areas. Fountains: A minimum of one fountain shall be located in the main or largest lake or water body. The PMP indicates one proposed fountain in lake #7, which is the second largest lake or water body. Other fountains exist in some of the lakes within existing Pods. Benches or play structures: Not applicable, since the project already met the required two standards (e and f) out of the four. Interspersed Housing: The Applicant is proposing to cash out the required 26 Work Force Housing at $81,500 per unit, prior to the first Building Permit in accordance to ULDC Article 5.G.1.G. Pedestrian Circulation System: An interconnected pedestrian sidewalk, path or trail system shall be provided linking pods to recreational amenities within the development. A continuous pedestrian sidewalk system will be provided throughout the development allowing for access to all the amenities. Thus, no condition necessary at this time. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 184

13 Although Subdivision or Site Plans were not submitted as part of this application, the proposed location of the lakes and open space tracts depicted on the PMP is positioned in a way that maximizes views of the proposed Pod E, with ZLL homes abutting the lake and open space tracts. As explained in other parts of this report, the proposed project demonstrates exemplary design standards by exceeding the minimum requirements for focal points, open space and recreational pods. o Street Layout and Access Cul-de-sac: The Preliminary Street Layout Plan indicates the proposed Residential Pod E is connected to other existing Pods within the PUD by an internal road network. Pursuant to Article 3.E.1.C.2.a.5, a maximum of 40%, of the 10 internal roads of the affected area may terminate in a cul-de-sac or dead end. The proposed use of Cul-de-Sacs complies with the maximum 40% provision, with four cul-de-sacs proposed. o Access and Circulation: The existing access along Hagen Ranch Road will remain with only the location of the gatehouse entrance being modified by this application. The Pods are accessed through the main entrance leading into the only one gate entrance. Additional streets (traffic) are proposed for Pod E with the existing Pods (A, B, C, D) street circulation to remain as previously approved. The pedestrian and non-vehicular circulation via sidewalks is accessible to all residents of the PUD. The Preliminary Street Plan also identifies the pedestrian trails network connecting all Pods, parks and open space for the overall PUD. o Turnpike Aquifer Protection Overlay (TAPO) was incorrectly indicated on the previously approved Master Plan. This will be corrected at time of final DRO approval. o Architecture: Pursuant to Article 5.C. Design Standards, this development is exempt from the requirements of compliance with Architectural Guidelines. o Parking: The proposed development will require two parking spaces per unit. The Preliminary Master Plan (PMP) indicates a total of 1428 parking spaces for the overall 714 dwelling units. o Landscape buffers: The Application is not proposing any modification to the existing perimeter buffers. Thus, the PMP indicates a 20-feet ROW buffer along Hagen Ranch Road to the east; type B and C buffer along the south and southwest perimeter; and, a 15 feet Incompatibility buffer along the north and west property line. o Signage: The Preliminary Master Sign Plan (PMSP) indicates two proposed Entrance Signs, at the only access point to the PUD, and Onsite Directional signs will be positioned at Pods entrances. 3. Compatibility with Surrounding Uses The proposed use or amendment is compatible and generally consistent with the uses and character of the land surrounding and in the vicinity of the land proposed for development. The subject site is located in an area that has been predominantly developed as Residential to the east, southwest, immediately to the north is a Public Water Utility site. To the west of the subject site and west of the Florida Turnpike is the Agricultural Reserve. Therefore, the proposed Golf Course conversion to Single Family Residential will not create any incompatibility nor disrupt the residential character of the existing and surrounding PUDs. 4. Design Minimizes Adverse Impact The design of the proposed use minimizes adverse effects, including visual impact and intensity of the proposed use on adjacent lands. The proposed development addresses potential adverse impacts created by eliminating the golf course on the existing residents by designing the lakes, open space tracts, and pedestrian path to be accessible to all residents of the PUD. The proposed Pod E is designed in a manner that minimizes adverse impacts on surrounding properties and uses. Adequate ROW and perimeter Landscape buffers have been provided consistent with the standards and provisions of the ULDC. Furthermore, the PMP indicates a maximum building height of 35 feet to maintain the appropriate development scale of the PUD. See further analysis above under Standard 2. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 185

14 5. Design Minimizes Environmental Impact The proposed use and design minimizes environmental impacts, including, but not limited to, water, air, storm water management, wildlife, vegetation, wetlands and the natural functioning of the environment. ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMENTS: VEGETATION PROTECTION: The site has been previously cleared and developed as a golf course. WELLFIELD PROTECTION ZONE: The entire property is located with several Wellfield Protection Zones. There are two wellheads presently located within the golf course. The Developer proposes to relocate the wells to the west on the property, adjacent to the Turnpike. CONTAMINATION ISSUES: A Phase I Environmental Audit has been submitted and has indicated that further assessment is recommended. A Phase II Environmental Audit shall be submitted to the Department of Environmental Resources Management prior to approval of the Master Plan by the DRO IRRIGATION CONSERVATION CONCERNS AND SURFACE WATER: All new installations of automatic irrigation systems shall be equipped with a water sensing device that will automatically discontinue irrigation during periods of rainfall pursuant to the Water and Irrigation Conservation Ordinance No Any non stormwater discharge or the maintenance or use of a connection that results in a non stormwater discharge to the stormwater system is prohibited pursuant to Palm Beach County Stormwater Pollution Prevention Ordinance No ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS: There are no significant environmental issues associated with this petition beyond compliance with ULDC requirements. 6. Development Patterns The proposed use or amendment will result in a logical, orderly and timely development pattern. The Applicant is proposing to expand the residential elements along with the required open space and parks of an existing Residential PUD with no proposed Commercial Pod. Furthermore, the PUD is not changing in character beyond the conversion of the golf course. The Golf Course is not being utilized as it was originally intended to, resulting in hardship in maintaining the Course as explained in the Applicants Justification Statement. The Applicant has not indicated whether the proposed DOA conversion will be completed over multiple phases. The proposed redevelopment of the site to maintain the Residential component in terms of scheme, building scale and function is appropriate for the site, and supports the existing development patterns of the PUD and its surroundings. 7. Adequate Public Facilities The extent to which the proposed use complies with Art. 2. F, Concurrency. ENGINEERING COMMENTS: TRAFFIC IMPACTS Build-out of the project is expected to be December 31, The conversion of the existing 18-hole golf course to 325 dwelling unit single family homes (resulting in a total of 714 single family homes in the entire PUD when combined with existing units) will add 3,250 daily, 244 AM, and 259 PM peak hour trips. To meet the Traffic Performance Standards, Atlantic Ave from Florida Turnpike to Jog Rd needs to be widened from existing 4 lanes divided to 6 lanes divided. The Property Owner will have to pay a proportionate share cost of this improvement (3.85% of the cost from Turnpike to Hagen Ranch Rd, before 149th new building permit and 3.85% of the cost from Hagen Ranch Rd to Jog Rd, before the 149th building permit). The total cost of the widening is estimated to be $28.7 million. The Property Owner will also have to construct a north approach right turn lane on Hagen Ranch Rd at the project entrance. ADJACENT ROADWAY LEVEL OF SERVICE (PM PEAK) Traffic volumes are in vehicles per hour ZC October 5, 2017 Page 186

15 Segment: Hagen Ranch Rd from Lake Ida Rd to Flavor Pict Rd Existing count: Northbound=642, Southbound=610 Background growth: Northbound=239, Southbound=215 Project Trips: Northbound=90, Southbound=73 Total Traffic: Northbound=971, Southbound=898 Present laneage: 2 in each direction Assured laneage: 2 in each direction LOS D capacity: 1960 per direction Projected level of service: LOS D or better in each direction The Property Owner shall dedicate ROW for a right turn lane, take in the storm drainage runoff from Hagen Ranch Road and configure the property into legal lots of record prior to the issuance of the building permit. The Property Owner shall submit a drainage study that identifies historical flows that currently enter the site prior to the Final Site Plan approved by the DRO. PALM BEACH COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT: This project meets all Department of Health requirements FIRE PROTECTION: Staff has reviewed the project and has no issue with the proposed request. SCHOOL IMPACTS: In accordance with the adopted Coordinated Planning Interlocal Agreement, a School Capacity Availability Determination (SCAD) for 325 single-family units had been approved on June 22, 2017 (SCAD Case # D). This determination replaces the previous approval for 318 SF units (SCAD Case # D). The subject property is located within Planning Area 17 (SAC 277). The revised PMP dated July 13, 2017 hows one 10 ft. by 15 ft. school bus shelter location. A bus shelter Condition of Approval has been applied to this request. PARKS AND RECREATION: The proposed Golf Course conversion includes 325 new dwelling units, when combined with the existing 389 dwelling units, will total 714 units, requiring 4.28 acres of onsite recreation. The petitioner is proposing 6.57 acres of new onsite recreation, which when combined with the existing 0.92 acres of onsite recreation will total 7.49 acres, exceeding the minimum recreation requirement. 8. Changed Conditions or Circumstances There are demonstrated changed conditions or circumstances that necessitate a modification. According to the Applicant s Justification Statement, the Owner of the Golf Course and the Homeowners Association, who also are Owners of the golf club and adjacent recreation area, have worked closely with the Applicant to develop a Golf Course conversion program that results in a positive outcome for all parties. The Golf Course Owner / HOA, struggling to maintain operations in the face of stiff competition from other courses, was looking to sell the Golf Course property. The HOA is amenable to the conversion of this property to additional units to bring more residents to their community, to maintain the community s character, to eliminate the expense associated with maintaining the Golf Course, reduction of HOA fees, and support the quality of life they desire. The HOA will benefit from a renovated main entry to the community, and a new recreational amenity package. The Applicant will rebuild both of these amenities in conjunction with redevelopment of the former Golf Course property. Numerous community meetings, blasts, President s reports, etc. were conducted with the HOA and community residents resulting in the 97% approval vote by the residents. CONCLUSION: Staff has evaluated the standards listed under Article 2.B. and determined that there is a balance between the need for change and the potential impacts generated by this change. Therefore, Staff is recommending approval of the request. Staff has also determined that any of the potential impact and incompatibility issues will be adequately addressed subject to the recommended Conditions of Approval as indicated in Exhibit C-1 and C-2. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 187

16 CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Exhibit C-1 PDD- Residential Planned Development District - PUD DISCLOSURE 1. All applicable state or federal permits shall be obtained before commencement of the development authorized by this Development Permit. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 188

17 CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Exhibit C-2 Development Order Amendment ALL PETITIONS 1. To ensure compliance with the requirements of this approval, Resolution R , R , R , R , R , and R approving zoning petition for a special exception to allow a PUD and R approving a Developers Agreement for zoning petition are hereby revoked. (ONGOING: ZONING - Zoning) (Previous A Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No ) 2. Previous A Condition 2 of Resolution R , Control No , which currently states: All previous conditions of approval applicable to the subject property, as contained in Resolutions R (Petition 93-57), have been consolidated as contained herein. The petitioner shall comply with all previous conditions of approval and deadlines previously established by Section 5.8 of the ULDC and the Board of County Commissioners, unless expressly modified. Is hereby amended to read: All previous Conditions of Approval applicable to the subject property, as contained in Resolution R (Control (A), Resolution R (Control (A) have been consolidated as contained herein. The Property Owner shall comply with all previous Conditions of Approval and deadlines previously established by Article 2.E of the Unified Land Development Code and the Board of County Commissioners or Zoning Commission, unless expressly modified. (ONGOING: ZONING - Zoning) 3. Previous A Condition 3 of Resolution R , Control No , which currently states: Development of the site is limited to the uses and site design as approved by the Board of County Commissioners. the approved master plan is dated October 25, All modifications must be approved by the Board of County Commissioners unless the proposed changes are required to meet conditions of approval or are in accordance with the ULDC. Is hereby amended to read: Development of the site is limited to the uses approved by the Board of County Commissioners. The approved Preliminary Master Plan is dated July 13, 2017; the approved Preliminary Master Sign and Regulating Plans are dated June 26, All modifications must be approved by the Board of County Commissioners or Zoning Commission unless the proposed changes are required to meet conditions of approval or are in accordance with the ULDC. (ONGOING: ZONING - Zoning) ENGINEERING 1. Prior to the issuance of a Technical Compliance Letter the Property Owner shall submit and receive approval from the Florida Department of Transportation and the County Engineer a detailed plan 01' the signalization, geornetrics, and striping plan for this project's entrance. (TC: ENGINEERING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous E Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No ) 2. Prior to the certification of the Master Plan by the DRC the Property Owner shall revise the Master Plan to be in compliance with Article 8 of the ULDC including but not limited to right of way widths of the internal road network based upon projected ADTs, and minimum centerline radii based upon street classification. (DRO: ENGINEERING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous E Condition 2 of Resolution R , Control No ) 3. Property owner shall construct a left turn lane south and a left turn west approach at the projects entrance and Hagen Ranch Road. This construction shall be concurrent with the paving and drainage improvements with the first plat. Any and all costs associated with the construction shall be paid by the Property Owner. These costs shall include, but not be limited to, utility relocations. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 189

18 a. Permits required by the Florida Department of Transportation for this construction shall be obtained prior to the issuance of Technical Compliance issued from the Office of the Colunty Engineer. (BLDGPMT: ENGINEERING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] b. Construction shall be completed prior to the issuance of the first Certificate of Occupancy. (BLDGPMT/CO: MONITORING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous E Condition 3 of Resolution R , Control No ) 4. The Property owner shall fund the construction of a pedestrian pathway from the north right-of-way line of the LWDD L-30 Canal south to the north right-of-way line of Mansfield Hallow. Funding for this construction shall be completed prior to July (DATE: MONITORING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous E Condition 4 of Resolution R , Control No ) 5. The Developer shall pay a Fair Share Fee in the amount and manner required by the Fair Share Contribution for Road Improvements Ordinance as it presently exists or as it may from time to time be amended. The Fair Share Fee for this project presently at the time of the Building Permit is $1650 per approved single family dwelling unit and $1155 per approved multi family dwelling unit. Credit for any previously paid impact fees shall be given as provided for in the Impact Fee Ordinance. (ONGOING: ENGINEERING - Engineering) (Previous E Condition 5 of Resolution R , Control No ) 6. The Property owner shall fund the cost of installation of a traffic siignal at the projects entrance and Hagen Ranch Road when warranted as determined by the County Engineer. Should warrants for this signalization not be met after five years after issuance of the final certificate occupancy, then this petitioner shall be relieved from this obligation. (ONGOING: ENGINEERING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous E Condition 6 of Resolution R , Control No ) 7. Prior to site plan certification the developer shall: a. Provide Palm Beach County Water Utilities Department (ultility) with two production well sites, locations of which are to be determined by mutual agreement; (DRO: ENGINEERING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] b. Provide utility with necessary easements for well sites and raw water mains as required for the maintenance and operation of said wells and mains as provided in 3a above. (DRO: ENGINEERING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] c. Provide utility with an easement adjacent to the L-30 Cand for utility lines required for operation of the Southern Region Wastewater Treatment Plant; (DRO: ENGINEERING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] d. Enter into an agreement with the utility on the utilization of irrigationquality treated effluent for all or a portion of golf course area irrigation, subject to regulatory approvals, permits, statutory governing authorities having jurisdiction over such matters prior to making applications for an irrigation systcm. It is recognized that the operation of the wellfield to be provided for in 3a and 3b above may affect or limit the area to be considered for irrigation. It is not the intention of the utiliity to require expensive, unnecessary dual irrigation of said areas. (DRO: ENGINEERING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous E Condition 7 of Resolution R , Control No ) 8. Previous E Condition 8 of Resolution R , Control No , which currently states: In the event there is joint use of the golf courses on the East and 'Nest side of Hagen Ranch Road, the Petitioner shall construct the reqlrired grade separated golf cart crossing in a manner and form acceptable to the County Engineer. a. The Petitioner shall reserve an area for future construction of 72 parking spaces for the golf course on the East side of Hagen Ranch Road. These spaces shall be required to be constructed if the golf course on the East side of Hagen Ranch Road is developed without providing the required golf course parking. (ONGOING: ENGINEERING - Engineering) b. The existing golf course maintenance facility shall be available for use by the golf course East of Hagen Ranch Road if a separate East side maintenance facility is not provided. c. None of the conditions set forth herein are intended to elimnate any legal Land Development Code requirements for the development of the Polo Trace PRD on the East side of Hagen Ranch Road. (Previously Condition E.8 of Resolution R , Petition 93-57) Is hereby deleted. [REASON: No longer warranted with the deletion of the golf course.] ZC October 5, 2017 Page 190

19 9. The developer shall be eligible to receive reimbursement for up to 50% of the cost of constructing the pedestrian bicycle path required in Condition E-4. These reimbursement funds shall be collected by Palm Beach County from any other developer requesting development approval from the Board of County Commissioners for property located adjacent to the Hagan Ranch Road bicycle path. Reimbursement shall be limited to a time period ending March 31, (DATE: MONITORING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous E Condition 9 of Resolution R , Control No ) 10. Median landscaping, subject to permitting by the County Engineer, shall be provided within all rights-of-way. Median landscaping shilll, at a minimum, include: a.one (1) native tree for every thirty feet (30) of median; b. One (1) shrub for every one hundred fifty (150) square feet 01' one groundcover for every seventy five (75) square feet of median area; c. Lawn area planted by sod; and d. Detail median landscaping plans shall be submitted, installed and maintained pursuant to the standards set forth in Aticle d(2)(a) of the Palm Beach County Unified,and Development Code. (ONGOING: ENGINEERING - Engineering) (Previous E Condition 10 of Resolution R , Control No ) 11. Prior to Master Plan approval by the DRC, the Master Plan shaii be amended to reflect minimum standards for; centerline radii, minimum right of way width, and roadway geometry in accordance with the County Engineer's approval. (DRO: ENGINEERING - Engineering) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous E Condition 11 of Resolution R , Control No ) 12. Prior to issuance of the first building permit, the Property Owner shall plat the subject property in accordance with provisions of Article 11 of the Unified Land Development Code. The platting of this property may be phased in accordance with a phasing plan acceptable to the Office of the County Engineer and approved by the Development Review Officer. A phase should not be larger than what would reasonably be expected to be completed within the time frame of the posted surety. (BLDGPMT: MONITORING - Engineering) 13. Prior to the issuance of the first building permit or within ninety (90) days of a request by the County Engineer, whichever shall occur first, the Property Owner shall provide to Palm Beach County Right of Way Section of Roadway Production Division by warranty deed additional right of way for the construction of a right turn lane on Hagen Ranch Road at the project's entrance road. This right of way shall be a minimum of 280 feet in storage length, a minimum of twelve feet in width and a taper length of 50 feet, or as approved by the County Engineer. Additional width may be required to accommodate paved shoulders. The right of way shall continue across the project entrance. This additional right of way shall be free of all encumbrances and encroachments and shall include Corner Clips where appropriate, as determined by the County Engineer. Property Owner shall provide Palm Beach County with sufficient documentation acceptable to the Right of Way Section to ensure that the property is free of all encumbrances and encroachments, including a topographic survey. The Property Owner must further warrant that the property being conveyed to Palm Beach County meets all appropriate and applicable environmental agency requirements. In the event of a determination of contamination which requires remediation or clean up on the property now owned by the Property Owner, the Property Owner agrees to hold the County harmless and shall be responsible for all costs of such clean up, including but not limited to, all applicable permit fees, engineering or other expert witness fees including attorney's fees as well as the actual cost of the clean up. The Property Owner shall not record the required right of way or related documents. After final acceptance of the location, legal sketches and dedication documents, Palm Beach County shall record all appropriate deeds and documents. (BLDGPMT/ONGOING: MONITORING - Engineering) 14. The Property Owner shall construct a right turn lane north approach on Hagen Ranch Road at the project's entrance road. This construction shall be concurrent with the paving and drainage improvements for the site. Any and all costs associated with the construction shall be paid by the Property Owner. These costs shall include, but are not limited to, utility relocations and acquisition of any additional required right-of-way. a. Permits required from Palm Beach County for this construction shall be obtained prior to the issuance of the first building permit. (BLDGPMT: MONITORING - Engineering) ZC October 5, 2017 Page 191

20 b. Construction shall be completed prior to the issuance of the first Certificate of Occupancy. (BLDGPMT/CO: MONITORING - Engineering) 15. Prior to issuance of the first building permit, the Property Owner shall provide to Palm Beach County sufficient public road drainage easement(s) through the project's internal drainage system, as required by and approved by the County Engineer, to provide legal positive outfall for runoff from those segments of Hagen Ranch Road along the property frontage; and a maximum of an additional 800 feet of these adjacent roadway(s), with an assumed impervious area of 95-percent, unless otherwise approved by the County Engineer. The limits of this additional 800 feet of drainage shall be determined by the County Engineer. Said easements shall be no less than 20 feet in width. Portions of such system not included within roadways or waterways dedicated for drainage purposes will be specifically encumbered by said minimum 20 foot drainage easement from the point of origin, to the point of legal positive outfall. The drainage system within the project shall have sufficient water quality, water quantity and, when necessary, compensating storage capacity within this project's system as required by all permitting agencies, as well as conveyance capacity to meet the storm water discharge and treatment requirements of Palm Beach County, the applicable Drainage District, and the South Florida Water Management District, for the combined runoff from the project to accommodate the ultimate Thoroughfare Plan Road Section(s) of the included segment. Specifically, one through lane must be open during the 25-year, 3-day storm and the elevation for the 3-year, 1- day storm event shall provide sufficient freeboard to allow for efficient roadway drainage system design. If required and approved by the County Engineer, the Property Owner shall construct within the proposed drainage easements a minimum of 24 inch closed piping system and appropriate wingwall or other structures as required by and approved by the County Engineer. Elevation and location of the entire drainage system shall be approved by the County Engineer. Any and all excess fill material from excavation by Palm Beach County within said easements shall become the property of Palm Beach County which at its discretion may use this fill material. The Property Owner shall not record these required easements or related documents. After final acceptance of the location, legal sketches and dedication documents, Palm Beach County shall record all appropriate deeds and documents. (BLDGPMT: MONITORING - Engineering) 16. Prior to the issuance of the first building permit, the Property Owner shall abandon or release, and relocate if necessary, any and all drainage easements shown in conflict with the existing or proposed structures. (BLDGPMT: MONITORING - Engineering) 17. The Property Owner shall provide an acceptable drainage study identifying any historical drainage from offsite parcels, including proposed grading cross sections. The project's stormwater management system shall be designed to address any historical drainage. The Property Owner shall provide drainage easements, as required, to accommodate offsite drainage. a. Drainage study shall be provided the Land Development Division prior to final approval of the Subdivision Plan by the DRO. (DRO: ENGINEERING - Engineering) b. Any required drainage easements shall be dedicated in conjunction with any required lot combination or recorded prior to issuance of the first building permit, whichever shall occur first. (BLDGPMT/PLAT: ENGINEERING - Engineering) 18. In order to comply with the mandatory Traffic Performance Standards, the Property Owner shall be restricted to the following phasing schedule: a. No Building Permits for the site may be issued after December 31, A time extension for this condition may be approved by the County Engineer based upon an approved Traffic Study which complies with Mandatory Traffic Performance Standards in place at the time of the request. This extension request shall be made pursuant to the requirements of Art. 2.E of the Unified Land Development Code. (DATE: MONITORING - Engineering) 19. Building Permits for more than 148 new units (537 units overall) shall not be issued until the Property Owner makes a proportionate share payment of $1,105,000 to widen Atlantic Ave from Florida Turnpike to Jog Rd from 4 lanes divided to 6 lanes divided. Note that while this proportionate share payment is based on proportionate cost of a specific roadway improvement, the County, in its sole discretion may apply such payment to one or more mobility improvements to regionally significant transportation facilities. The proportionate share payment shall be adjusted at the time of payment by the escalator calculation set forth in a later Condition below. Any road impact fees paid by the Developer on this project prior to this proportionate share payment will be applied as a credit toward the proportionate share payment. The proportionate share payment is sufficient to accomplish ZC October 5, 2017 Page 192

21 one or more mobility improvements that will benefit a regionally significant transportation facility in the area. (BLDGPMT: MONITORING - Engineering) 20. In recognition that construction prices may change over the life of the project, the proportionate share payments included in the above conditions shall be subject to the following escalator calculation: Adjusted Payment (when payment is being made) = Original Payment Amount x Cost Adjustment Factor Where, Original Payment Amount = Proportionate Share Payment amount specified in the Proportionate Share Agreement Cost Adjustment Factor = (Producer Price Index (PPI) for Commodities Code ID WPUIP (month of payment))/(producer Price Index (PPI) for Commodities Code ID WPUIP (month of Prop Share Execution)) The Bureau of Labor Statistics Producer Price Index (PPI) for Commodities (Series ID: WPUIP ), can be found at If at the time a Proportionate Share payment is due, the Commodities Code ID WPUIP is no longer used by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Adjusted Payment will be based on the Producer Price Index for non-residential commodities then in effect. In the event such an index is no longer in use, the Adjusted Payment will be based on the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics Consumer Price Index then in effect. (ONGOING: ENGINEERING - Engineering) ENVIRONMENTAL 1. A Phase II Environmental Audit shall be submitted to the Department of Environmental Resources Management prior to approval of the Master Plan by the DRO. (DRO: ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT - Environmental Resources Management) 2. The Developer shall meet with Department of Environmental Resources Management Wellfield Staff prior to approval of the Master Plan by the DRO. (DRO: ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT - Environmental Resources Management) HEALTH 1. Sewer service is available to the property. Therefore, no septic tank shall be permitted on the site. All existing on-site sewage disposal systems must be abandoned in accordance with Chapter 10D-6, FAC and Palm Beach County ECR-I. [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous C Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No ) 2. Water service is available to the property. Therefore, no well shall be permitted on the site to provide potable water. All existing on-site potable water supply systems must be abandoned in accordance with Palm Beach County ECR-11. (Previously Condition C.2 of Resolution R , Petition 93-57) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous C Condition 2 of Resolution R , Control No ) 3. When irrigation quality water is available within 500 feet of the property, the petitioner shall connect to the system subject to permitting and/or requirements of the Florida Department of Environmental Regulations and/or the South Florida Water Management District. The cost for connection shall be borne by the Property Owner. (Previously Condition B.l of Resolution R , Petition 93-57) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous C Condition 3 of Resolution R , Control No ) LANDSCAPE - GENERAL 1. All trees required to be planted on site by this approval shall meet the following minimum standards at installation: a. Tree height: fourteen (14) feet. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 193

22 b. Trunk diameter: 3.0 inches measured 4.5 feet above grade. c. Canopy diameter: seven (7) feet. Diameter shall be determined by the average canopy radius at 3 points measured from the trunk to the outennost branch tip. Each radius shall measure at least 3.5 feet in length. d. Clear trunk: five (5) feet. (ONGOING: ZONING - Zoning) (Previous D Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No ) LANDSCAPE - PERIMETER-LANDSCAPING ALONG WESTERN PROPERTY LINE 2. To ensure adequate buffering from the Florida Turnpike, the minimum buffer requirements along the west property line shall be upgraded to include the following: a. one (1) native canopy tree planted every twenty (20) feet on center; b. One (1) native palm tree for each thirty (30) linear feet of frontage. A group of three or more palm trees may supersede the requirement for a native canopy tree in that location, No more than twenty five percent of the required trees may be superseded by this requirement; and c. A minimum thirty (30) inch high hedge planted two (2) feat on center, at time of planting. [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous G Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No ) PALM TRAN 1. A. Prior to final certification of the master plan or site plan by the Development Review Committee, whichever occurs first, the petitioner shall amend the plan to indicate mass transit access, mass transit shelter(s) and/or a bus stop(s) on or adjacent to the subject property, if required by the Palm Beach County School Board or Palm Tran. B. Mass transit access, shelters andor bus stops, if required, shall be constructed by the petitioner within three (3) years, January , in a manner and location acceptable to the Palm Beach County School Board, Palm Tran, and County Engineer. The petitioner shall dedicate additional rightof-way to accommodate the requirement for mass transit access and/or bus shelters, if requested by the County Engineer. Mass transit access shall include, at a minimum, a covered shelter, continuous paved pedestrian and bicycle access from the subject property or use to the shelter, and a bicycle rack. (DRO: Zoning- Palm Tran) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous H Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No ) PLANNED DEVELOPMENT 1. Street lights a maximum of twenty five (25) feet in height shall be installed along all platted access tracts, easements, and right-of-ways. Light fixtures shall be directed away from residences. (ONGOING: ZONING - Zoning) (Previous I Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No ) 2. Previous I Condition 2 of Resolution R , Control No , which currently states: Street trees shall be planted no more than fifty (50) feet on center along both sides of all streets within all platted rights-of-way, access tracts, and easements that are interior to the PUD subject to approval by the County Engineer. All required landscaping shall be installed prior to release of the performance bond or issuance of a certificate of completion, whichever occurs first, for the road intended lo be landscaped. (CO: LANDSCAPE - Eng) (Previous Condition A.4 of Resolution R , Petition 93-57) Is hereby deleted. [REASON: Conflicts with Code] 3. Previous I Condition 3 of Resolution R , Control No , which currently states: All utilities shall be underground pursuant to Article d(5) of the Palm Beach County Unified Land Development Code. (Previously Condition A.5 of Resolution R , Petition ) Is hereby deleted. [REASON: Code requirement] PLANNING 1. Prior to the issuance of the first residential Building Permit, the Applicant shall submit payment to Department of Economic Sustainability (DES), and a copy of a receipt for that payment to ZC October 5, 2017 Page 194

23 the Planning Division, totaling the amount of WHP units bought at $81,500 per WHP unit. (BLDGPMT: MONITORING - Planning) SCHOOL BOARD 1. Prior to the issuance of the first Certificate of Occupancy (CO), the 10 ' by 15' school bus shelter shall be constructed by the Property Owner in a location and manner acceptable to the Palm Beach County School Board. Provisions for the bus shelter shall include, at a minimum, a covered area, continuous paved pedestrian and bicycle access from the subject property or use, to the shelter. Maintenance of the bus shelter shall be the responsibility of the residential Property Owner. (CO: MONITORING - School Board) 2. Previous K Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No , which currently states: Prior to site plan certification, the petitioner shall demonstrate that they have met with the School Board Staff and discussed the potential of entering into an agreement to help achieve racial balance and allow the children who reside within the development to attend the nearest available school. (Previously Condition H. I of Resolution R , Petition 93-57) Is hereby deleted. [REASON: No longer needed.] 3. Previous K Condition 2 of Resolution R , Control No , which currently states: All sales and notice literature and purchase agreements for within the development shall include a statement/ notice that students may not be assigned to the nearest school and that all prospective buyers are encouraged to contact the Palm Beach County School Boartl to determine which school assignment will apply to their children. (Previously Condition H.2 of Resolution R , Petition 93-57) Is hereby amended to read: The Property Owner shall post a notice of annual boundary school assignments for students from this development. A sign 11 X 17 shall be posted in a clear and visible location in all sales offices and models with the following: NOTICE TO PARENTS OF SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN School age children may not be assigned to the public school closest to their residences. School Board policies regarding levels of service or other boundary policy decisions affect school boundaries. Please contact the Palm Beach County School District Boundary Office at (561) for the most current school assignment(s). (ONGOING: SCHOOL BOARD - School Board) SITE DESIGN 1. To ensure compliance with the requirements of the ULDC, prior to certification of the Preliminary Development Plan (PDP) by the DRO, the petitioner shall apply and obtain approval of a master plan for the Polo Trace PRD, Zoning Petition DOA89-19(C), which complies with all applicable sections of the ULDC and conditions of approval. (DRO: ZONING - Zoning) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous B Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No ) 2. To ensure that the proposal will comply with the requirements of the ULDC the petitioner shall, prior to certification of a Preliminary Development Plan (PDP) by the Development Review Committee (DRC), amend the Preliminary Development Plan to include a minimum of two unit types or obtain a variance from the Board of Adjustment. In the event the ULDC is amended to delete the requirement for PUD's to provide a minimum of two housing types the petitioner shall be relieved of this requirement (DRO: ZONING - Zoning) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous B Condition 2 of Resolution R , Control No ) 3. The five (5) billboards on site adjacent to the Florida Turnpike shall be removed prior to January 1, No extension on the lease agreements shall be permitted. (DATE: MONITORING - Zoning) [Note: COMPLETED] (Previous B Condition 3 of Resolution R , Control No ) SOLID WASTE AUTHORITY ZC October 5, 2017 Page 195

24 1. All residential, recreational and civic parcels (i.e. clubhouse, civic site) shall participate in a recycling program. Material to be recycled shall include, but not be limited to, paper, plastic, metal and glass products. (ONGOING: ZONING - Zoning) (Previous J Condition 1 of Resolution R , Control No ) COMPLIANCE 1. In Granting this Approval, the Board of County Commissioners relied upon the oral and written representations of the Property Owner/Applicant both on the record and as part of the application process. Deviations from or violation of these representations shall cause the Approval to be presented to the Board of County Commissioners for review under the Compliance Condition of this Approval. (ONGOING: MONITORING - Zoning) 2. Failure to comply with any of the Conditions of Approval for the subject property at any time may result in: a. The Issuance of a Stop Work Order; the Issuance of a Cease and Desist Order; the Denial or Revocation of a Building Permit; the Denial or Revocation of a Certificate of Occupancy; the Denial of any other Permit, License or Approval to any developer, owner, lessee, or user of the subject property; the Revocation of any other permit, license or approval from any developer, owner, lessee, or user of the subject property; the Revocation of any concurrency; and/or b. The Revocation of the Official Map Amendment, Conditional Use, Requested Use, Development Order Amendment, and/or any other zoning approval; and/or c. A requirement of the development to conform with the standards of the Unified Land Development Code at the time of the finding of non-compliance, or the addition or modification of conditions reasonably related to the failure to comply with existing Conditions of Approval; and/or d. Referral to Code Enforcement; and/or e. Imposition of entitlement density or intensity. Staff may be directed by the Executive Director of PZ&B or the Code Enforcement Special Master to schedule a Status Report before the body which approved the Official Zoning Map Amendment, Conditional Use, Requested Use, Development Order Amendment, and/or other zoning approval, in accordance with the provisions of Section 2.E of the ULDC, in response to any flagrant violation and/or continued violation of any Condition of Approval. (ONGOING: MONITORING - Zoning) DISCLOSURE 1. All applicable state or federal permits shall be obtained before commencement of the development authorized by this Development Permit. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 196

25 Figure 1: Land Use Map PALM BEACH COUNTY PLANNING DIVISION SITE LOCATION AND LAND USE E UllllllJ ll.ilj.j.jll.w 0 1!1Il J Application Name: Application NumtJer: Control N um tjer: Atlas Page Numl:Jer: Date: Polo Trace II PUD ABNIPDD/DOA /7/2017 t N ZC October 5, 2017 Page 197

26 Figure 2: Zoning Map PALM BEACH COUNTY PLANNING DIVISION SITE LOCATION AND ZONING MUPD PO I,,,, A' GR u a~<emed Application Name: Application Numt>er. Control N urn t>er: Zoning Quad Number: Date: Polo Trace II PUD ABN/PDD/DOA /2017 t N ZC October 5, 2017 Page 198

27 Figure 3: Aerial PALM BEACH COUNTY PLANNING DIVISION SITE LOCATION Application Nam e: Application Number: Control Number: Atlas Page Number: Date: Polo Trace II PUD ABN/PDD/DOA /7/2017 t N ZC October 5, 2017 Page 199

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29 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 201 SCALE 1"=60' EXISTING LANDSCAPE PERIMETER BUFFERS- PODS B,C & D: PursiiMII to AnK'-f.I.J.C~ I.J.I$1ingJifllcooc:tiflic:wls ~ ~not..r.ciodt~t lllis J(f)liulioo ~~ellfttod.-~!lb lf.-olllfionno. lt..f7411 ~./-.ry f.ih7. M.tl,...,.,.,.fxiiiM 13~July 1H 7.,.,S$Jq />l..tlt xnblr 1. lf1pi'ot/9d.myt, tft7. TWZ..._, Pl!llL\t TEJ: l.ai'mscai't AJl A. U:CIJLAnONS,_... WVU.aM,..ti.I R...,_.. ~I~...,,. - IHOO~o.f. lll30s.f. ""' ,..,.... ~elliv., -T-..,...,. 1/t:)l)l..f..,.., $.(. '"' -- - IIIWiotOU' s...s..:... -Looo -T- '"' ,_ ,... _ II)OI)t.f. """"""... A.l3~(3) LFOillu:"feec) ODe(l)tnoe is ~foraclamuia:lum-ofl.iaurfm~!a T&bk6... l. A lypc (B) llvtkr IIMU provide-(i) uu filteaeb e:iatlt IMidnd (..:ll ~fee( ofva orllleeqw~ of - (I) uu for edl tony (40)!me. fm wbictiever rau.its illlbc er-r- IIUmbc:r of uca. Af)'pe(C)periDxlco- ladcisaipt vatw aprocrwivellliaim&am widdtaa:ordlliiiodledccncofdemityorbcipc idcomp.lubtlity becwear. J-..1 ue- o.-ia IISCS. lmdepw of idcoqw.lbil.ily IA41bc ~ vu-. bl.ltkr...-mhb is detcn~acd by tbe IWOcbarU bdow. lllcax:s ofbolb aomsily IIIII a bt1&bl; iac:oopabbihl)', ollly lbcidc:ompmibilityrawtuliu.tbepambatfh...tlbll!.all~y Ill I 12' ADDITIONAL ROW TO BE DEDICATED FOR TURN LANE 1 10' UE 20' BE (5' OVERLAP) D EVELOPMENT TEAM APPLICANT Gl.lotQU(S ()IF FlORIDA II CORPORA 71QN SAW'JRASSCOA.PORA7E PAAI<:WAY SUITE.CO SUNRISE.FL33323 ~FIC SIMMOHS&1Mflf: ENGINEER 25&1 METROCE~TRE 8LVD. SUITl: 3 WESTPAI.M IIEACtl fl PHOHE (51HH URSA~ OESJG~ IQlDAY STIJOM)S 1110CLEMATISSTREET SUITEC\.10:2 CML WEST PALM BEACH. Fl l3401 PHONE ( 5&1)3!1& Gul El'tOINEEIUNG ENGI~EE!I 1600 SAW3RASS ~PORATE PARKWAY sum: 400 SUNRJSl.FL333;23 PHONE (964)7~ SAND & HILLS SURVEYING INC ll<io61 lakfworn-iro,t,osvit1: 4 10 L.Al<.I!WORTH f l»'117 PHONE {561)209«>48 POLO TAACf GOlf ClUEI. LLC 1347~ POLO TfVroCE DR 0E.LRAY!IEACH. fl:!ji. 1 POLO TRACE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA T'IOH. INC 13'181POlOTIVroCEDR OE.LRAY!IEACH. f L»+te: I REC AREAS ARE PRIVATE AND 0Nt. Y FOR THE USE OF THE RESIDE~TSAND THEIR GUESTS. PU8l.IC USE OF THE REC. AREAS IS PROH181TED 2 AU CORNER CLIPS TO BE 2S UNlESS OTHER'MSE NOTED ~ ALL INTERSECTIONS oa D GREES UNLESS OTHER'MSE NOTED 4 BASE IHFORMATlOH from SURVeY PRO'VIOEO BY SAHO & HILLS SURVEYING. INC PU&LISHEO & DATED Z123120H IS PIJR.SUNIT TO UlDCART 3 E.U 1. PUD'S I.IAV 8E. DEVELOPED IN I.IUl TIP\.E PHASES IN COUPI.IAHCE WITH AAT. 2.E MOHr TORINO. IT IS THE IHTEHT 0#' nte APPUCAHT TOOE\IELOP lhis PROJeCT I~ MUl TlPlE PK4SES AS ALLOWED 8 Y COOE PURSUAHT TOAAT 7 E 8 I. IHSTALLA"OON OF REOOIR.ED LANOOCN'ING MAY 8E PHASED DORING THE CONSTRUCTION OFTHE ~JECT. II GAA.BAGE SHALL 8E PICKED ~ CURBSIDE 1. IIUit.OJHG SETEIACI(S e.r.seoon 8UII.OJHG LESS THI'.N ~FEET I~ HEIGHT SETB.\CKS INCREASE WITH 8uri.OJNGSGII:EATEit THA~ ~FEET IN HEJGtiT L L l ~ PBC Amendments: ~ ~ ~ ~ PBC Zon;ng Stamp ' urb:ln deslrr'\ klld~ I S TU D I?sj Urban Planning & Des ign Landscape Architecture Communication Graphics -::,i....., T- J.ck'JI Wi y U' (0'-991 IIJOOt-f. l/310~o.f. JOLF ' 100+ "',.,. -~ (. 1/UO~o.f. OILF ,.,_...,.. 1/JQQ~o.f. 14"aip,.._....!Wllloac U' ~ Pr)., l' - "LI' T- 20' 1101'1+)... tl10ciemet" Strwt$uiiJt CU02 WHIP'IIIm&Nefi, H el51100 FAX~1.3tltl.l 1 11 WW...IOdkttudiO&COIII II'LCC00003~ '-""' :::.::.:;.'::::;:,;::::"-... ~... "'... :!,~;F;;:~:.-~...,..._,... c ~ a..!...j c: ; Q) (.) ca " a.. ~~.. -..!!! a. I ~ c:... Q) t g ~ u ::!:.s::,.. I (,)...,. C'll C'll <ll c: I m 'e! - E = <Il l ~ tt I ~ -- NORTH 0 100' 200' 400' Scale : 1N 200'.o Ill..: Pt'OjeflNo.: 15.Q.tll001 O..ifned8y: Gt.H,_.,,.. ""l J R*llision CII«Ud 8~ : D.atH: ~ ~ $1.-ry"'. CWN ~J'IXloO."'"s~n.tll.. =~ :=:=:: PMP-2 of 2 Figure 4: Preliminary Master Plan dated July 13, 2017 (2 of 2)

30 ZC October 5, 2017 Page Sule: 1""'60' rc=:l ~ on-site Directional Sign 1(not to scale) Min. Planting Area wj foundation /planting consist ing of 1 18" ht.,i_ - shwb foe.,,h 10 >.f. of ploohog.,., ~--, ~ ' ' FOUNDATION PlANTING I ~ A w.. fool w;de plooliog a<ea shall be L-_L ~ - _j -one1s ht. >h"'b/10,(. ofplool"' a<ea Sign Planting (not to scale) f. Master Sian Plan Pok> Trace PUD Entra nce S10ns Art. 8.G.2.C fa I Permitted Provided IMax. No. l2pe<eot<a~ ~on either side of entrance Feoe ~ 60SF ~ ~ &;; Mai ilgn~: excluding height-of structure lowhichthesignisattachedmaybe ~. Ht. Option looreased.~to 10'f0fa R/IN gteat&l' tl\an 80' INIA or up to110', or 12' forar/ngrealefthan I110'. Subteet to a 25' s-etback. ~ 10feet ~ Wiltltn 100 f"t of e ntranoe 24 inc:n.s from surface of '1012oM 008 ~ Hl. I Provided,/ ""'ndom ROW TO ~t'i'""ieo ""' '""' I I I ~ I! ~ ~ At etl~$10 Pods & Rec P00 24 SF '7'iMi 3' provided around base of all f ree st anding signs l tliijln IVN th.ai,;r N T.S BLVO ~ NORTH N. T.S. SIGN I ~ J E Sign Location Map (not to scale) Amendments: i'lo:::":::'":o<..::s.,ta:::m:t:p':::' , 1 urt:x:jn ~~ 19!~ Urban Planning & Design l andscape Arc h itecture Communicatio n Graphics 610~~. ~CU02 WH1 Paton BNcll. Fl 33<101 5e1 3flle: 1100 FA.1< &1111.,_...-;t~U<J~o»oom """""'" - --ot...,_ :::::::-.:::. ~:'!!.:: ~~!:lf~~ft=--- c ;:) 0.. Q) (.)... ns a.. ~ NO RTH r l c: I "' ~ C::!.J c:! u..211 If) I ~ c:... Ci) 't :::1-0 ~ u :::!!; ~ '5 ~ ~ Ci) "' "' c: 1 ' m e i "'... ' E :.:. - Cil l a.. a.. :.-- Scale: 1R 60' 0 60' 120' 240' 0.~: Pf$C1 No: 15-0< ~Md e,: GlH o.... e,: EP CIIKM<I 8v: 00 R.vlslonDates: OoM!ltC!t)'MiuMJl,..l =~~=~ PMSP-1 of 1 Figure 5: Preliminary Master Sign Plan dated June 26, 2017

31 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 203 PROPOSED RECREATION POD DETAILS- CONCEPTUAL DESIGN SCALE 1"s60' NOTE CONCfJ>TUAl Rf:CitfATION P00 0E$1CN INDICA TEO FOR PIJRPOS $ Of' IQI::NllFYING AMf.NITIES ANOACCf'SS POINT$, AND MAY 61' MOOIFif:O,.../,...1 / I ' / I / I / / I / / / I / ' \',,LAKE #1 0 J ' \ I ', \ \ I \ \ ' I \ I ' ' \ I RECREATION POD Gross Acres Net Acres 7.3JJ 6.78 Parking Re uirments Area in SF ReQuirement Required Provided Clubhouse Under AJC SF 1/300 SF Covered Patio Area 4747 SF N/A 0 0 All Courts 15 Courts 1.5 / Court Pools 4849 SF SF Extra Parking Spaces 22 Total Parking Spaces Total Handicap Spaces 6 6 Bike Racks 2 2 TYPICAL LOT DETAILS- POD E ~~=~:11!~ / ZERO LOT UNE 2SfltOHT SET8ACK FOR FRONT l~garage ITvP'ical Zero lot l ine S.tbac ks Pool Setbacks ZLL Side Non ZLL Sfde 13' '""'' Si013olot~riol' lot 3' 5' Side Street lot 13' Rear 5' Rear ad' to 3' "' Sc rmn Enclosures Setbacks ZLL Side Non ZLL Side 25' '""'' Sidelnterioi'Lot 0' 2' SideStreellot 10' 10' TYPICAL LOT LAYot.ITS ""' R Rear 2' RP.ar (adiacent to ooen space) 0'... (adjaoenl to ooen soacel I PBC Amendments: L L...,J ~ SINGlf FAMJL Y ~ 10.5' '1"6"'""",.. '10:5- ~ ' ' '.!l!oiiiiflll~ IUt lf/ltri:yti.(jfl'm. MJ """'sa"'""" 10'(1. ~ ~ ~ ~ PBC Zoning Stamp' urb:ln deslrr'\ klld~ I STUD I?sj Urban Planning & Des ign Landscape Architecture Communication Graphics tl10 Ciemet" StrwtSullltCU02 WHIP111m&Nefi, H33401 S613ei5 1100FAXS61.3tltl.1111 WW...IOdkttudiO&COIII ll'l.cc00003~ '-"" :::.::.:;.'::::;:,;::::"-.,..,. "'... ~...,.._... :!,~;F;;:~:.-~...,..._,... c ~ a.. Q) (.) ca "- I- 0-0 a.. c f o: "' ;'...J Cll LL c ~ ~ c ~ :::1 ~ :::1 Cl 0 Q) u " i '5 ~ ~ :lj c I m 'e! -E = Gl l ~ tt I ~ -- NORTH 0 30' 60' 120' Scale: 1M -60'.o Ill..: Pt'OjeflNo.: 15.Q.t0001 O..ifned8y: Gt.H,_.,,.. J Revision ""l Cll«ked 8~ : CWN DatH: :::;:::=::-- PRP-1 Figure 6: Preliminary Regulating Plan dated June 26, 2017

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38 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 210 / POLO T.RI\Ct:PHASI'. Ill 1\ parcel of land lying in Sbclion 9, Township 46 South, Rang<: 42 WI, Palm Beach C'nunty, Flori<l.,, bcil>gaportionofthci'jatorrolot)llllciimatno. l,a!lri!col'\kdin l'l~t Book 75, Pagll.'; 19lthtough 2,04, l'ul>lic Record~ DfP..Im Dcach County,.Florida, IU1d a portion of Tracts 49 11nd SS., Block 9, according. to the Plat afpalm H~aeh Fartru Compan~PlatNo.l,wonloordcdinP1atllook2,Pages26through2B,Public RccOr<illof J~alm ~each County, florida, being more particularly described a.~ follow~; Bcgimti')1l :~1 the soutll\w~t comer of Polu Trace II Pial Nu. J, said puiut being the southwt~. l ooum Df Tract 0-2; thc~c South 89"46'22" Wc.~t alo~ the westerly pmlongationofthcsoutblincofsaidtrot:t0-211m:lalongthestlu!hlincdftract49of said Palm Beach l'anru; Company Plat No. 1 a dis!ildcc of ll.n feet; lhcnllc Nonh 00"13'3f" Wo5l parallel withtbewest lincof$11idpiat ofl'olotrau lll'latno.l a di!winc~ of70.0q ft:t.1; thcna! Sou!h 89"46'22" West a dislance ofl2.0() teet; Lbeooc Nutth00"13'3li"Wcstadi,IIIRt:tlOf276.9Sfl!lll;thenceNar!hll9"46'22"J3a!lladistance of fwt; l.bcnu South 00"00"00" F.ut a di~tancc of 5.61 feet to a point of l oet of Tcoct 48, of l'alm Dcadt r~mu; c,mpauy Plut Na. J, as l'llcon:lcd in Pliu Book \0AL DliSCRlPTION POI.OTRI\CEPHASI.JV p~~rccloflandboingupmtion.oftraetsi7,js,47,4r,49~ds'o,bluck9.1cssthewest20 f No.I: the]u;e amtinue Somh 00"00'00" East a dishlnce of li:ct: tbence Ncmh SII"46'22'"F.astadistlll=of160.2SfccttoupoilltontheNortblincofLot314of said PlatofPok Tmcclll'l111No.J;thenceconliu\ICINorlh89"46'22"1J&tulnnglhcNor1h line~ of I~>(<. 314 tl>rough 320 a cli,!ancc o(347.)3j'cc11d the nrutheast. t:tlntcr ofsilid Lot 320:llloncccontinuc North 89'46'24:" East adistanceof201).47 f41cltuthe point of curvutltreofacum:concavelothennih,huvingaradiusof865.00fcctandacentral ~t~~glc of04"55'4.~"; tbet~ce ca.~1t:fly aidtlg the arc of said curve a distance uf74.42 feet lo,the point of tangency; thence Nonb 84 50'37" F.a.sta di5lo.ncc of feet; thmcc South 00"13'38" 13a~t a distance of fucttu a poiltl on the South line oh.ut 328 of said Mat ofl'oln Trace lll'htt Nu. 1; lhc.occ Narth M"S0'37" East ulons the St1ut.h li~ of l.t~ts 328 thn>ugh ~~0 and the Not1h rijoht-nf-way line: of Monarclt Cou>1 as ~howu on said platadislllnccof22j.$2 f~-cl totilepointofcui""!iillf"coflicw"\'c CtlRCII"<:to JheSoutll, having arw:liu~of feet an<luccntralanglcof05"06'15"; lhcnccewucrlyalongthc art:ufsaidctrrvcatlistartwllf91.3lfccltnapoivtonanon radiallinc;thclncedcparting, said right-of-way line Niirth 02"15'55" West along lht W~;st line oft.nict R as shown on o;u.itlplntadistanccdf11.26feet;lltcticcnnrth676()9'46"i:astlllongtheiw3terlylinecif "'lid Troct R ~~ <li~t:tncc of f~'ct; thcjtcc Nurlh 58 54'12" Eu~t a disumcc of ' 1~1:!hence Nottb 23"05'30" Dl~! ~distance of r~ct.lbcn"" North 21"09'46" F..ast ~ 26 Tbrollijh 28, irn:htsivc, of the Public Recortlfi tlfl'olm B~~~~:h Cowuy, Florida situate ~ ln Section 9, Township 46 South. Raugc 42 F.a.'!l tlnd b~ing rntln: particulurly described as curve, throu~ a ~entral angle of91'23'0s", lit' an: dis\iln~c <~fjji.04 lbet to the end of said li>llnws:,,., non-tangcntcurve;tbcucesnuthllo"'o'oo"w~,adistanccdfjj2.34fcei;thooccsoutb 119"1G'22"Wcst,itdis~~~ntcof.ln.94fect;lhcflceSoulh00"13'3B"Cast,atliM!ooof at tltc southwest.comer ril'tract49,.hiocl; 9, ofpalntlkaclt F~rm~.Company Plat feet; th~'tlcc Nortl) 89"46'22" Ila:.t, a dislllnce of feet; thence South 00"13'.18" East, a in Plat flnok 2.!'ages 26 through 28, inclusive, Df the Pul>lic Records of dis\iiiic(! of70.00 fa.1to a point,,., tho South line of the afotesiiid Trac.t 49, Rlotlr; 9, thet1fe y, Rmi<la, thcilcc North 00"00'00" F.ast, aloog the We.>! line of"fr~ct 49, South 119"46'22" WM, alons,: the South line oftrat.1 411, l.llot:k 9, a distance Df feet...,~- ~. ~ m...,,.,e of fl:<!t to lht: South line of Tract 48, Hlock '); th~tll:c Nortlt lmcl; hi the!'oint OJ' JJEGJ:NNIN<i. "-~ ~~ ~';rit.. ~~ a~:~:u:i::;~ ~ 1 = ~ a:~~~ie~ ;:a~~ te;,~: ~~.;:~~~:, C'..mwinin~ in all 5~li.S81 :;quar~ fc"t."t. or cr.:~. more or IdS 'k 9, a distance Df kct!o the centerline Dfthc abandontid platted 30 fom Rlad -~ ~... " True! 48, Block 9, thcm:e South B9"35'3r West, along Subject to rcstrictio!l'<, rc~crvmion~. rights-of-way, eu.'ict11cnts und other ntatten; of record Dlock9,~disWt>;cnf.20.00feetbacktotheWe3t ~orth 00"00'00' F.ust,.iltmg!he We$ line oftf11ct Jt:e Nonh 90"00'00" East, dcpartidg said We.'ll line feet; tbwee r«:'"fwoeo PARCEL AR MR/5 20' TYPE "B" BUFFER RS/SE MR/5, PINE RIDGE AT DELRAY, P.U.D. l'a!ll along lbl' North line nl" said TrdC! R a dist~ncc <lf T~t; l111:nl~ N<:lrth 00"00'00" Ensradi!ll.-un:enl"5.70 fcet; 1hcnc~Nonh90"0Q'OO"!;ast adist".ulccof fee~ 1" tllcn<>rtiicrole<>rncrofsaicltrnrtr;thcncccnntim,in!lnorlll9fl'(){l'()(l" E<~stalong lhc c~stc1iy projection <'fthcj-;urth line of said Tract R adi~tanec of40.40 feet to a p<ti111 onthcwi:st right-of-wii)'iincofj'nlutraccd ivcassik>wnojt$01i~plat;thcncesnuth 01~35'53" Wc:ll along said West righl-cof-\oo:l)' line a di-nauct: of feet; thcm;e South16 l'3'j"we.ctadi$1all<:cnf37.'12fo:c!icjtbcpoimoi"l'iiiyaturcofacu~cntll.'avo tnr..:ost,havingaradiusof11500 fccl~ndac< mmlan~:lcofl.~"fj'43"; lhcjicc!iijillhcrly. lllohgtllc:m:nfstlidcurwlmdril/.ht-af-w<lylin,padismnccof.i0.57fc<:tto!hepointof lt.ll!:)lllcy; lhmcc SouUt0!"35'SJ" Wes! adi<t:utcc uf4 W f~:<:tlo d~jl{lint ofc11rvature of 3 curve concave to the 1\u,t. h<wing ~ rndiu.; of li;cl iuld a CCilll"lll angle of 12"0S"01";thcnccsouthcrlyalonl'.lhcarcofsaidcurveundWcstrigllH>f-w<~ylinea di>d!u!<"c{lf24.25fcc_ttothepuimof!flngcm };Th~nnSouth 10'29'08"f.a. tudiswnceur foci to the poml or cun at\11\" or a cun t concave to the West having~ mdius of f.;.:tand1!'ecnt!"li1Hni;lr<'f12'05'01"";thcnccSOII\IwllyalongthcarcofliUi<lcur"c adisllllll:eof2j.69fccttuthcpllintoftangency;th~nccsouth01'35"53"we.ltcontinuing ahm" said West rigllt-of \V"JY!iuc a di5l~ncc of140.h li:ct to a pdint on th~ South lin~ of Trnct 0-:2; thcj>cc South R9'-16":!2"' Wc<t uh)<l!ltlw Snuth line of Tract 0-2 a dis\ancc of 19&2.. ~2 l"'-1 to the POINT 01 lll"tllnnjng. l)fw C.On4 t on: ""the, <l-z ot:re CI~IC sift. ~h.ll be, C<>sh(d o~fr.:ior To Tic. fo./ A plot (f'lat: MotJ!l;oe~~c;:f'.E"') LOCATION MAP SIIE-:=-"Jt: ~.. :., I squarcfect< pcrcsmdnar lcss. "-" "'!' SubjcCttoTC>~trietioms,res""'atinns.riJ>iu,.uf-wny.casement.saru!othermal\ci"IIOfrccord. "' njlj. "'.,,. W' 1" '100"-() P.R.D. L.R/1 POLO TRACE AR LR/1 FARMLAND PODD mno..f.d.d q:5-5m WESJamED 1~1{1~ EIII!NO. Iff.7) ~EXH.r/0.~ PuRe t~ :r+- fud / ~ bl~~~~p~'\.gcr/~ :;z - Zt" < w ~,, 0 >: <'( ~-.3t a: J, 0 a.. Figure 13: Approved Final Subdivision Plan dated July 9, 1997 (2 of 2)

39 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 211 TYPICAL LOT F'ltONT SET9ACK F"RONT LOAD CARAGE SlOE LOA-0 CARAGE l'tmcehi"!)' Hr. Z RO LOT NOT TO SCALE 10' SID INTERIOR SETBACK 10' 25 SJO[ CORNER SETBACK 15' 10' REAR SETBACK (BU!\.OING) 10' ':[i!~ jl)' l!.[~.;sso.-. 1 r--65~ T1f==P i' T r====n25'. ~: I I ='I i!-ll I I I: I I 'I I! ' ' I.I I - -L j b,o Jll-=~-='_j::f S!D STREET J.,/, l;-1;. >;j SlflE CORNER floating lot NOTES ALL LANlSCAPWG IS CONCEPTUAL AND IS SUBJECT io CHANGE MAXMJYI NUMBER OF SIGNS IS 3 MAXMJM HEIGHT IS 10' MAXlMI..JJI SINGLE FACE SIGN AREA 80 SF. j I -,1 ~~~. 1\ ''-., ~ j. ~ ~ ENTRY SIGNAGE EJ..EVATION '!i ACCENT--..,I " ~ SCALE 1 -~1 r~...."~~~~~~.c~ :1 SIGN"- ~~ ', CONTNJOUS HEDGE -- SHADE TREE- GROUND COVEll EVERGREEN SHRUB- ~ '. I I GROUND COVER. ' ~ /''I"'Vf/' ~ I ANNUALS- ;I ~- - ~,sr-=" i oo ;,;-. ~"" -~~ / 11.. I' I "'' ~~~~..~:~~~) ~, F- ACCENT ll. (I ~~;,:;;_:;'fo"-,;~-..,.,i I ~--~ ~ \ / \ ~///// CCN'fiNliOUS HEOGF ';i-a[)!o. THE -. ]:\JERGFiEEN S!-IRUB' >;./,'l CE~T11.iL,;:; AT.. ~RC SCALf ;,, _;_~:--~--- OZI Z0~ <(cnc :::~ _jw ""' ocf) - w ~ a: 1- g ~ [l z 8: :2 0 (.) z <( z <t X: a: a: ff: LU If ~ MASTER -~ SIGNAGE PROGRAM,.,--r ;1 OF 3 Figure 14: Approved Final Master Sign Plan (FMSP) dated May 7, 1997

40 Exhibit D - Disclosures PALM BEACH COUNTY- ZONING DIVISION FORM# _illl DISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIP INTERESTS -APPLICANT TO: PALM BEACH COUNTY PLANNING, ZONING AND BUILDING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, OR HIS OR HER OFFICIALLY DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF BROWARD BEFORE ME, the undersigned authority, this day personally appeared N. Maria Menendez, hereinafter referred to as "Affiant, " as the Vice President of G.L. Homes of Florida II Corporation, a Florida corporation, who being by me first duly sworn, under oath, deposes and states as follows: 1. Affiant is the Vice President of G.L. Homes of Florida II Corporation, a Florida corporation (the "Applicant"). Applicant seeks Comprehensive Plan amendment or Development Order approval for the real property legally described on the attached Exhibit "A" (the "Property"). 2. Affiant's address is 1600 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway, Suite 400, Sunrise, Florida Attached hereto as Exhibit "B" is a complete listing of the names and addresses of every person or entity having a five percent or greater interest in the Applicant. Disclosure does not apply to an individual's or entity's interest in any entity registered with the Federal Securities Exchange Commission or registered pursuant to Chapter 517, Florida Statutes, whose interest is for sale to the general public. 4. Affiant acknowledges that this Affidavit is given to comply with Palm Beach County policy, and will be relied upon by Palm Beach County in its review of Applicant's application for Comprehensive Plan amendment or Development Order approval. Affiant further acknowledges that he or she is authorized to execute this Disclosure of Ownership Interests on behalf of the Applicant. 5. Affiant further acknowledges that he or she shall by affidavit amend this disclosure to reflect any changes to ownership interests in the Applicant that may occur before the date of final public hearing on the application for Comprehensive Plan amendment or Development Order approval. 6. Affiant further states that Affiant is familiar with the nature of an oath and with the penalties provided by the laws of the State of Florida for falsely swearing to statements under oath. 7. Under penalty of perjury, Affiant declares that Affiant has examined this Affidavit and, to the best of Affiant's knowledge and belief, it is true, correct, and complete. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 212

41 PALM BEACH COUNTY- ZONING DIVISION FORM# illl FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NAUGHT. corporation t of G.L. Florida The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this /J day of March, 2017, by N. Maria Menendez, as the Vice President of G.L. Homes of Florida II Corporation, a Florida corporation, [X] who is personally known to me or [ ] who has produced as identification and who did take an oath. ~~ 711~ i Notary PubliC (Print Notary Name) NOTARY PUBLIC State of Florida at Large My Commission Expires: _ ZC October 5, 2017 Page 213

42 PALM BEACH COUNTY- ZONING DIVISION FORM# _Q _ EXHIBIT "A" PROPERTY BEING ALL OF POLO TRACE II, GOLF COURSE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 88, PAGE 160, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO. 1, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 75, PAGE 193, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA TOGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO. 2, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 77, PAGE 6, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO. 3, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 77, PAGE 6, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO. 4, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 83, PAGE 1, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA CONTAINING A TOTAL OF ACRES MORE OR LESS. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 214

43 PALM BEACH COUNTY- ZONING DIVISION FORM# Q _ EXHIBIT "B" DISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIP INTERESTS IN APPLICANT Affiant must identify all entities and individuals owning five percent or more ownership interest in Applicant's corporation, partnership or other principal, if any. Affiant must identify individual owners. For example, if Affiant is the officer of a corporation or partnership that is wholly or partially owned by another entity, such as a corporation, Affiant must identify the other entity, its address, and the individual owners of the other entity. Disclosure does not apply to an individual's or entity's interest in any entity registered with the Federal Securities Exchange Commission or registered pursuant to Chapter 517, Florida Statutes, whose interest is for sale to the general public. 1. ltzhak Ezratti, having an address of 1600 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway, Suite 400, Sunrise, Florida Maya Ezratti, individually and/or through trusts for her interests, having an address of 1600 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway, Suite 400, Sunrise, Florida Misha Ezratti, individually and/or through trusts for his interests, having an address of 1600 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway, Suite 400, Sunrise, Florida Maxie Ezratti, individually and/or through trusts for her interests, having an address of 1600 Sawgrass Corporate Parkway, Suite 400, Sunrise, Florida ZC October 5, 2017 Page 215

44 PALM BEACH COUNTY ZONING DIVISION FORM# _..2i.. DISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIP INTERESTS- PROPERTY t ~"/ f)~,..tjti: 1 f'1 v.ttl I ~ ',,..,,,,_.,_,E.4 1.4ENO/.IiENT ilo't r N r TO: PALM BEACH COUNTY PLANNING, ZONING AND BUILDING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR. OR HIS OR HER OFFICIALLY DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF PALM BEACH BEFORE ME, the undersigned authority, this day personally appeared Bruce w. OuiM hereinafter referred to as "Affiant." who being by me first duly sworn. under oath, deposes and states as follows: 1. Affiant is the ( ] individual or (.I]Partner i I""<\.,,,... 1, e. o!. [position - e.g., president, partner, trustee] of Polo Trace GoK Club, LLC fname and type of entity - e.g. ABC Corporation, XYZ Limited Partnership] that holds an ownership interest in real property legally described on the attached Exhibit "A" (the "Property"). The Property is the subject of an application lor Comprehensive Plan amendment or Development Order approval with Palm Beach County. 2. Affiant's address is: Nautilus Drive Miami. FL 331.:.::4"'0 _ 3. Attached hereto as Exhibit "B" is a complete listing of the names and addresses of every person or entity having a live percent or greater interest in the Property. Disclosure does not apply to an individual's or entity's interest in any entity registered with the Federal Securities Exchange Commission or registered pursuant to Chapter 517, Florida Statutes, whose interest is lor sale to the general public. 4. Affiant acknowledges that this Affidavit is given to comply with Palm Beach County policy, and will be relied upon by Palm Beach County in its review of application for Comprehensive Plan amendment or Development Order approval affecting the Property. Affiant further acknowledges that he or she is authorized to execute this Disclosure of Ownership Interests on behalf of any and all individuals or entities holding a five percent or greater interest in the Property. 5. Affiant further acknowledges that he or she shall by affidavit amend this disclosure to reflect any changes to ownership interests in the Property that may occur before the date of final public hearing on the application for Comprehensive Plan amendment or Development Order approval. 6. Affiant further states that Affiant is lamiliar with the nature of an oath and with the penalties provided by the laws of the State of Florida for falsely swearing to statements under oath. Disclosure of Beneficial Interest Ownership form Page 1 of 4 Revised 08/ Web Format ZC October 5, 2017 Page 216

45 PALM BEACH COUNTY - ZONING DIVISION FORM# _Qi_ 7. Under penalty of perjury, Affiant declares that Affiant has examined this Affidavit and to the best of Affiant's knowledge and be~ef it is true, correct, and complete. FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NAUGHT. 1!:w?af!- --. Affiant (Print Affiant Name) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this I -,;~ay of M!!"!:- Lt-\. 20j_), by Bruce W. Quinn. [ ] who is personally known to me or [~o has produced as identification and who did take an oath. Notary Public (Print Notary Name) NOTARY PUBLIC State of Florida at Large My Commission Expires: Disclosure ol Beneficial lnteresl - Ownership lorrn Page 2 of 4 Revised WebFormal2011 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 217

46 PALM BEACH COUNTY- ZONING DIVISION FORM#~ EXHIBIT "A" PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: BEING ALL OF POLO TRACE II, GOLF COURSE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 88, PAGE 160, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. OGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO. 1, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 75, PAGE 193, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. OGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO.2, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 77, PAGE 76, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. OGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO.3, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK83, PAGE 1, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. OGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO.4, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 89, PAGE 51, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. CONTAINING A TOTAL OF ACRES MORE OR LESS. Disclosure of Beneficial Interest- Ownership form Page 3 of 4 Revised 08/25/2011 Web Format 2011 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 218

47 PALM BEACH COUNTY ZONING DIVISION FOAM I Q.l!.. EXHIBIT"B" DISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIP INTERESTS PROPERTY Affiant must identify all entitles and individuals owning five percent or more ownership interest in the Property. Affiant must identify individual owners. For example, if Affiant is an ohicer of a corporation or partnership that is wholly or partially owned by another entity, such as a corpora~on, Affiant must identify the other entity, Its address, and the individual owners of the other entity. Disclosure does not apply to an individual's or entity's interest In any entity registered with the Federal Securities Exchange Commission or registered pursuant to Chapter 517, Florida Statutes, whose interest is for sale to the general public. Name Address?? '-- "=' 3$ ~ <...~ G'-i C LvRa (I ( '\:_;::,..=...' ).J::~'\4 ~~ V\-\ ~ <...,. ~ - ~. '?. 'T:R~'C..\1' C( ft~l'e.. ~-J ~~~ "<'Wt'-"1!1i-~ ' 'v\ ~t-\ 'IT-~...!_3.._'1--4-,..L..<f :"f'ol o \K.PrC..~ ~ ~ \1!:-\~ ~I <;i' A- W\...:3:, L '"'f -s:.. ~ ~ 12.." () C.""' 'r,> L \~ v <;-r \::.~L.~~ Qv ~ N ~ - \ 0~ /o \(<.v<:;~ E... ~\::>5 Lr.:>W\fiii.O\)Q~E, ~U.. IV-.-..""') ll( Ve-L~~ '6E.~L-tJ., ~l. s~lt\.\ b Disclosure of Beneficial Interest OWnership form Page 4 of 4 Revised 08/25/2011 Web Fonnat 2011 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 219

48 PALM BEACH COUNTY- ZONING DIVISION FORM#.J!i_ DISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIP INTERESTS- PROPERTY [TO BE COMPLETED AND EXECUTED BY THE PROPERTY OWNER(S) FOR EACH APP!..ICA TION FOR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT OR DEVELOPMENT ORDER] TO: PALM BEACH COUNTY PLANNING, ZONING AND BUILDING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, OR HIS OR HER OFFICIALLY DESIGNATED REPRESENTATIVE STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF PALM BEACH BEFORE ME, the undersigned authority, this day personally appeared Robert Cuskaden, hereinafter referred to as "Affiant," who being by me first duly sworn, under oath, deposes and states as follows: 1. Affiant is the [ ] individual or [./!President {position - e.g., president, partner, trustee] of Polo Trace Homeowners Assoc., Inc. [name and type of entity - e.g., ABC Corporation, XYZ Limited Partnership} that holds an ownership interest in real property legally described on the attached Exhibit "A" (the "Property"). The Property is the subject of an application for Comprehensive Plan amendment or Development Order approval with Palm Beach County. 2. Affiant's address is: Polo Trace Homeowners Association Polo Trace Drive Delray Beach, FL 33co;44~6~ Attached hereto as Exhibit "B" is a complete listing of the names and addresses of every person or entity having a five percent or greater interest in the Property. Disclosure does not apply to an individual's or entity's interest in any entity registered with the Federal Securities Exchange Commission or registered pursuant to Chapter 517, Florida Statutes, whose interest is for sale to the general public. 4. Affiant acknowledges that this Affidavit is given to comply with Palm Beach County policy, and will be relied upon by Palm Beach County in its review of application for Comprehensive Plan amendment or Development Order approval affecting the Property. Affiant further acknowledges that he or she is authorized to execute this Disclosure of Ownership Interests on behalf of any and all individuals or entities holding a five percent or greater interest in the Property. 5. Affiant further acknowledges that he or she shall by affidavit amend this disclosure to reflect any changes to ownership interests in the Property that may occur before the date of final public hearing on the application for Comprehensive Plan amendment or Development Order approval. 6. Affiant further states that Affiant is familiar with the nature of an oath and with the penalties provided by the laws of the State of Florida for falsely swearing to statements under oath. Disclosure of Beneficial Interest - Ownership form Page 1 of 4 Revised 08/25/2011 Web Format2011 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 220

49 PALM BEACH COUNTY- ZONING DIVISION FORM# _.Qi_ 7. Under penalty of perjury, Affiant declares that Affiant has examined this Affidavit and to the best of Affiant's knowledge and belief it is true, correct, and complete. FURTHER AFFIANT SAYETH NAUGHT. ~Av~ -'--'Ro"'b"'e""'-rt-=C""us""k;;;;.ad;;;.;;e;.;.:n, Affiant (Print Affiant Name) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this Z L-(' day of ft b~ 20_L!_, by Robert Cuskaden, President, Polo Trace HOA, Inc., [ v1 who is personal~ known to me or [ ] who has produced as identification and who did take an oath. Nota;y;p;Jblic (Print Notary Name) NOTARY PUBLIC State of Florida at Large My Commission Expires: o3/ J'-{) zo z I I I Disclosure of Beneficial Interest - Ownership form Page2 of4 Revised 08/25/2011 Web Format 2011 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 221

50 PALM BEACH COUNTY- ZONING DIVISION FORM#~ EXHIBIT "A" PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: BEING ALL OF POLO TRACE II, GOLF COURSE, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 88, PAGE 160, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. OGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO. 1, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 75, PAGE 193, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. OGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO.2, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 77, PAGE 76, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. OGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO.3, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK83, PAGE 1, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. OGETHER WITH: ALL OF POLO TRACE II PLAT NO.4, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 89, PAGE 51, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA. CONTAINING A TOTAL OF ACRES MORE OR LESS. Disclosure of Beneficial Interest- Ownership form Page 3 of 4 Revised 08/25/2011 Web Format 2011 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 222

51 PALM BEACH COUNTY- ZONING DIVISION FORM#!li EXHIBIT"B" DISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIP INTERESTS - PROPERTY Affiant must identify all entities and individuals owning five percent or more ownership interest in the Property. Affiant must identify individual owners. For example, if Affiant is an officer of a corporation or partnership that is wholly or partially owned by another entity, such as a corporation, Affiant must identify the other entity, its address, and the individual owners of the other entity. Disclosure does not apply to an individual's or entity's interest in any entity registered with the Federal Securities Exchange Commission or registered pursuant to Chapter 517, Florida Statutes, whose interest is for sale to the general public. Name Address NOT RFOI!IRFQ Fl ORtnA NOT FOR profit CORpORATION Disclosure of Beneficial Interest- Ownership form Page 4 of 4 Revised 08/25/2011 Web Format 2011 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 223

52 Exhibit E Applicant s Justification Statement POLO TRACE II PUD JUSTIFICATION STATEMENT Request: Rezoning and Development Order Amendment (DOA) Control Number: Origninal Submittal: March 15, st Resubmittal: May 26, nd Resubmittal: June 26, 2017 Urban Planning and Design Landscape Architecture Communication Graphics OVERVIEW OF REQUESTS & PROPERTY INTRODUCTION On behalf of the applicant, GL Homes of Florida II Corporation, and the property owners, Polo Trace Homeowners Association, Inc. and Polo Trace Golf Club, LLC, the agent, Urban Design Kilday Studios (UDKS), has prepared and hereby respectfully submits this application for the approval of a Rezoning and Development Order Amendment (DOA) to a previously approved Planned Unit Development (PUD). The acre site is located within Unincorporated Palm Beach County (PBC). The PUD is generally located north of Atlantic Avenue between Hagen Ranch Road and the Ronald Reagan Turnpike, south of the LWDD L-30 Canal. The site is fully developed with 389 detached residential lots and an 18-hole golf course and club. The golf course and club primarily comprise the "affected area" of the PUD. Proposed is a conversion of the golf course to residential development in part and open space in part. A total of ~325 new homes are proposed on the properties to the east of the LWDD E-2-E Canal and south of the LWDD L-30 Canal. The existing golf club and the recreation facilities will be redeveloped, and a new entry road and entry features constructed. Access to Hagen Ranch Road will remain in its existing location. The new entry road will curve north, and terminate at the new Recreation Pod. Internal access to the existing development will be realigned to connect into the new entry sequence. The two tracts currently encompassing golf holes #1 0 and 11 will be converted to passive open space. Perimeter landscape buffers will be provided. The affected area includes seven (7) parcels and totals acres. It consists of golf course properties, parcel control numbers (PCN's) , , and , owned by Polo Trace Golf Club, LLC; the Golf Club property, PCNs and owned jointly by Polo Trace Golf Club, LLC and Polo Trace Homeowners Association, Inc. (one parcel has two PCNs assigned to it); and the Recreation and Right-of-Way properties, PCNs and , owned by Polo Trace Homeowners Association, Inc., according to the Property Appraiser of PBC records. The affected area is primarly north of the L-31 Canal, and includes 20 acres being rezoned, as delineated on the Preliminary Master Plan. The site is within the Urban/Suburban Tier and has two (2) Future designations. The properties south of the LWDD L-31 Canal are designated MR-5; the properties north of the LWDD L-31 and east of the LWDD E-2-E Canal are designated LR-1; and the "triangle parcel" (PCN ) north of the LWDD L-31 Canal and west of the LWDD E-2-E Canal is designated MR-5. Based on the current approved Final Master Plan for Polo Trace II PUD, Exhibit No. 13, based on Zoning Petition 93-57(A) and Land Use Atlas (FLUA) 610 Clematis Street Suite CU02 West Palm Beach, FL fax LCC ZC October 5, 2017 Page 224

53 obtained from epians, it was anticipated that the entire acre site was zoned as a Planned Unit Development (PUD). However, as part of the Pre-Application meeting it was identified that the approvals granted in 1997 were inadvertently bungled, and that only that portion of the development east of the LWDD E-2-E canal is currently zoned PUD. The parcel west of the LWDD E-2-E Canal known as the "triangle parcel" is zoned RS in part and AR in part. As a result, as part of this application there is a request to rezone the acre triangle parcel west of the LWDD E-2-E Canal to the PUD zoning district. The acre parcel is a portion of the acre overall site and is shown on the Preliminary Master Plan. This application seeks to amend the current development order as follows: Rezone acres to PUD zoning district; Add this acres to the existing PUD; Extinguish the golf course use and convert the land area to residential development for an additional ~25 units and open space; Reconfigure the Preliminary Master Plan for the Recreation Pod, main entrance road and entry sequence; and Modify conditions of approval ZONING APPROVAL HISTORY Polo Trace II PUD had its beginnings under Petition No when in 1977, what is now a portion of the PUD, south of the LWDD L-31 Canal on the east and west sides of Hagen Ranch Road, was rezoned with a Special Exception to allow a PUD. In 1982, under Control No , additional property on both the east and west sides of Hagen Ranch Road was rezoned and a Special Exception for a PUD granted for a project called Hidden Lakes of Delray. There were several Development Order Amendments to this PUD in the 1980's, when it also was renamed to Colony Lakes, and then later Pine Ridge at Delray North. In 1989, the northern portion of what is now Polo Trace II PUD, north of the LWDD L-31 Canal, was rezoned for Rain berry Developers, together with properties on the east side of Hagen Ranch Road, under Control No that also included a Special Exception for a RPD and recreational facilities for a private golf course. In 1994, Polo Trace Country Club petitioned to have the golf course and club removed from the Rainberry PUD, leaving the balance of the PUD on the east side of Hagen Ranch Road. Concurrent with the Development Order Amendment to delete land area from Rainberry PUD under Control No , Polo Trace Country Club petitioned to rezone the area deleted from Rainberry PUD, and the area south of the LWDD L-31 Canal, totaling acres, to the PUD-Pianned Unit Development district under Control No Resolution R also extinguished most of the approvals granted under Control No This project became known as Polo Trace II PUD. The Special Exception granted via Resolution No. R for a Planned Residential Development including a Private Golf Course under Control No no longer applies to the properties on the west side of Hagen Ranch Road as they were removed for the project boundaries via Resolution No. R Following a review of the available records, no UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~June 26, 2017 Page 2 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 225

54 separate entitlement approval was granted for the golf course. It was approved as part of the rezoning to the PUD district that occurred via Resolution No. R In 1997, an application to rezone acres of land, the "triangle parcel" bounded on the east by the LWDD E-2-E canal, the west by Ronald Reagan Turnpike and the south by the LWDD L- 31 Canal, and to add this land area to the PUD was approved. Although the January 6, 1997 BCC Staff Report, and the resulting Resolution R reflect the addition of acres of land area to the PUD, it has been determined by Palm Beach County Zoning that this action was bungled, and that in fact only +15 acres of land was rezoned to RS and not to the PUD district. However, the current approved Final Master Plan, Exhibit No. 13, reflects a total of +255 acres of land area within the PUD, and the plat for Polo Trace II Golf Course (a Part of Polo Trace PUD) recorded in Plat Book 88, pages matches the Final Master Plan and includes the "triangle parcel". A summary of the zoning history is reflected in the following table. For purpose of reviewing the Status of Conditions of Approval, only Resolution R approved under Control No have been addressed as this approval applies to Polo Trace PUD as it now is configured and consolidated past conditions. It)... N... I CX) ci z r:::: 0 (.) ~ 7.mfi 1] R / Aug 9, 1977 Approved w/ REZONING, FROM AG- Pet. No Conditions AGRICULTURAL R R R R R R DISTRICT TO RE-RESIDENTIAL ESTATE DISTRICT AND THE FURTHER SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO ALLOW A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT June 29, 1982 Approved REZONING, FROM RE- RESIDENTIAL ESTATE DISTRICT TORS-RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY DISTRICT June 29, 1982 Approved w/ FURTHER SPECIAL EXCEPTION Conditions TO ALLOW A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, INCLUDING AN Mar. 24, 1994 Revoked by ON-SITE WATER AND SEWAGE R TREATMENT FACILITY Dec 11, 1984 Approved SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO ALLOW w/conditions a PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT INCLUDING ON-SITE WATER AND Mar. 24, 1994 Revoked by SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT R Feb 19, 1985 Approved REZONING, FROM RS- RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY Mar. 24, 1994 Revoked by DISTRICT TO AR-AGRICULTURAL R RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT Feb 10, 1987 Approved MODIFICATION OF COMMISSION Mar. 24, 1994 Revoked by REQUIREMENTS TO AMEND R CONDITIONS Oct 4, 1988 Approved w/ SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO AMEND Conditions THE MASTER PLAN FOR COLONY LAKES A PLANNED UNIT UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~June 26, 2017 Page 3 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 226

55 Q)... q Q) co 0 z c:: 0 () ffi- R R R R R ~ ~ r::~- - Mar. 24, 1994 Revoked by DEVELOPMENT, PREVIOUSLY R APPROVED UNDER ZONING PETITION NO N APRIL OF 1982 RESOLUTION NO. R , ADOPTED JUNE 29, 1982), ZONING PETITION NO (A) ON JULY31, 1984 (RESOLUTION NO. R , ADOPTED DECEMEBER 11, 1984), ZONING PETITION NO (E) ON NOVEMBER 1, 1984 (RESOLUTION NO. R , ADOPTED FEBRUARY 19, 1985) AND ZONING PETITION NO (D) ON SEPTEMBER 25, 1986 (RESOLUTION NO. R , ADOPTED FEBRUARY 10, 1987), TO 1) REDESIGN THE SITE AND 2) TO CHANGE THE HOUSING CATEGORY April 25, 1989 Approved w/ SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO AMEND Conditions THE MASTER PLAN FOR PINE RIDGE AT DELRAY BEACH Mar. 24, 1994 Revoked by NORTH PLANNED UNIT R DEVELOPMENT TO 1) INCREASE THE DENSITY AND 2) TO CHANGE THE HOUSING CATEGORY FROM A TO B July 11,1989 Approved REZONING FROM AR- AGRICULTURAL RESIDENTIAL ZONING DISTRICT TORS-SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENTIAL ZONING DISTRICT July 11,1989 Approved w/ SPECIAL EXCEPTION TO (1) Conditions PERMIT A PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT, INCLUDING (2) A RECREATIONAL FACILITY AND CLUB (PRIVATE GOLF COURSE) March 26, 1991 Approved MODIFICATION OF COMMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO DELETE CONDITION NO. 16(A) OF RESOLUTION R , (ZONING PETITION POLO TRACE PUD), PERTAINING TO TRAFFIC PERFORMANCE STANDARDS March 24, 1994 Approved w/ DEVELOPMENT ORDER Conditions AMENDMENT IN THE RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY (RS) UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~June 26, Page 4 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 227

56 ffi- ~ ~ r::~- - ZONING DISTRICT, TO AMEND MASTER PLAN TO DELETE ACREAGE R March 24, 1994 Approved w/ REZONING ACRES FROM Conditions THE RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY (RS) ZONING DISTRICT TO THE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) ZONING... DISTRICT It) 0 I R Jan 6, 1997 Approved REZONING FROM It) Q) AGRICULTURAL RESIDENTIAL ci (AR) z ZONING DISTRICT TO 0... RESIDENTIAL SINGLE FAMILY - r::: (RS) ZONING DISTRICT 0 (.) R Jan 6, 1997 Approved w/ DEVELOPMENT ORDER Conditions AMENDMENT (DOA) TO ADD LAND AREA (+20.6 ACRES) AND UN ITS (69 ZLL) R Aug 28, 1997 Approved RESOLUTION CORRECTING RESOLUTION R GOLF COURSE CONVERSION Per ULDC Article 3.E.1.E.3, any modification to a PUD to reduce the acreage of golf course shall meet the following criteria: a. Notice to Homeowners- This proposal to close and convert the golf course to residential development, and redevelop the main entry and recreational amenities has been under negotiation between the property since mid A time line of the communications and meetings held from June 2016 through January 2017 is included in this application. Also included is a copy of the documentation sent to all residents in the PUD on March 1, 2017 via certified mail, and which was posted in the main clubhouse. A photo of this posting is included for confirmation. A copy of the address list and map obtained from PAPA for the mailing is also included. It should be noted that following all of the meetings and discussions ongoing since June 2016 in a vote taken in January 2017, 97% of the HOA membership voted in favor of this proposal. b. Reduction of Open Space or Recreation - At the time of approval of the PUD as it currently is configured in 1994 via Resolution R , the recently adopted Palm Beach County Unified Land Development Code (ULDC) did not require a minimum amount of Open Space in the PUD zoning district. Today's ULDC requirement for Open Space in a PUD is a minimum of 40%. This Development Order Amendment as proposed exceeds this minimum requirement. The unaffected area of the PUD retains the perimeter buffers, water management tracts and small recreation areas per the initial approval. In 1994, the ULDC did require 110 square feet of recreation area per person based on the total anticipated population. The recreation area requirement in 1994 is equivalent to UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~June 26, 2017 Page 5 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 228

57 that oftoday's code of0.006 acre/unit. This Development Order Amendment as proposed provides for a new Recreation Pod of 7.12 acres, of which 6.59 acres net is usable area. This far exceeds the minimum requirement for both the existing and proposed units. A total of +G+-714 units is proposed, which results in a recreation area requirement of~ 4.28 acres. This also does not include the existing small recreations areas within the unaffected area, totaling 0.92 acres, and the proposed Neighborhood Park in new Pod E. c. Visual Impact Analysis - Included in this application is a Visual Impact Analysis that complies with the methodology to assess the compatibility and impact of the conversion of the golf course on adjacent properties. This analysis shows that there will be no negative impacts or incompatibly issues with the redevelopment as proposed. FLUA, DENSITY AND WORKFORCE HOUSING As indicated above, this site has a dual FLU designation of MR-5 and LR-1. The Applicant is proposing to utilize the "Limited Incentive" Development Option of the Workforce Housing Program. This results in the following calculation of density based on the existing FLU designations and the proposed WHP density bonus opportunities. Based on LR1 for acres (140 units built) and MR5 for acres (249 units built), proposed is ~325 new units above the 389 existing units, for a total of units. The following Workforce Housing summary was provided by the Palm Beach County Planning Division: Polo Trace II Total: 793 total units (includes 168 bonus units) 389 Units Vested (LR-1,140 units & MR-5, 249 units) 143 Standard units remain ( = 143,143 x 2.5% = 3.58) 93 Max units remain (93 x 8% = 7.44) 168 Bonus units (168 x 17% = 28.56) 793 Total Units 0.00 workforce units 3.58 workforce units 7.44 workforce units workforce units workforce units Polo Trace II Proposal: ~325 total units (includes ~89 bonus units). No TDRs requested. 143 Standard units remain ( = 143,143 x 2.5% = 3.58) 3.58 workforce units 93 Max units remain (93 x 8% = 7.44) 7.44 workforce units ~~Bonus units (25.8% bonus) (~9 x 17% = ~15.13) ~15.13 workforce units Total Units ~ workforce units Totals: ~25 total units including ~26 workforce units The number of WHP units was determined by PBC Planning. The Applicant proposes to utilize only ~89 of the available 168 bonus units which equates to a 25.8% bonus. The Applicant intends to cash out on the required units. UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~June 26, 2017 Page 6 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 229

58 SURROUNDING USES Below is a description of the uses on the adjacent properties (or those on the other side of abutting R-O-W's) to the north, south, east and west of the subject property. North: To the north of the subject property is the PBC Water Utilities Department Southern Region Water Reclamation Facility zoned PO, and a small residential project named In The Pines North that provides migrant worker housing zoned PUD. South: To the south of the subject property is an existing detached housing community called Pine Ridge at Delray and zoned PUD. East: To the east of the subject property across Hagen Ranch Road is an existing detached housing community called Valencia Isle developed by the Applicant, and zoned PUD. West: To the west of the subject property, across Ronald Reagan Turnpike is agricultural land in active production and zoned AGR. TURNPIKE AQUAFER PROTECTION OVERLAY (TAPO) AND MONITORING WELLS The site is in the TAPO, which is an overlay that protects natural groundwater recharge areas. There are two existing monitoring wells on site that will remain. PBCWUD has requested that easements be provided surrounding the well site. The location of the wells and the proposed easements are shown on the Preliminary Master Plan. The site is not within the West Boynton Area Community Neighborhood Plan. It is within the area considered by the Delray Alliance. A meeting is scheduled with that organization in July. REQUIRED RECREATION AREA Based on PBC ULDC Art. 5.D.2.B.2, Calculation of Required Recreation, the subject property is required to provide 4.~28 acres of recreation (0.006 acres per unit X +G units = 4.~28 acres). As stated previously, the applicant is proposing a new recreation area totaling 6.57 acres of usable area. This does not include 0.92 acres of existing recreation area within the unaffected area of the site. The total recreation area provided is 7.49 acres. The applicant will also meet the minimum recreation costs to be spent on improvements. REQUIRED CIVIC AREA Pursuant to correspondence found in the Zoning File and notes on the current approved Final Master Plan, prior developers cashed out on the required civic dedications in 1995 and 1998 following coordination with Ross Hering and Peter Banting at PBC Property and Real Estate Management, and Bill Whiteford at PBC Zoning. Based on correspondence at the time, Staff from the Facilities Development & Operations (FD & 0) Department determined a civic site in this area was not needed. No new land area is being added to the area governed under the Final Master Plan with this requested rezoning and DOA; therefore no additional civic site area is generated under the approvals requested. CONCURRENCY Included with this application is a request for a Concurrency Reservation for an additional ~ 325 units, including: UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~June 26, 2017 Page 7 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 230

59 Drainage: Please see Drainage Statement in which the details of the proposed drainage system are provided. Traffic: Please see Concurrency Traffic Impact Analysis in which the conclusion states that the proposed development meets the requirements of the Traffic Performance Standards of PBC. Water/Wastewater: The necessary request for the approval of a Utility Concurrency Reservation Agreements (UCRA) will be submitted to the PBC Water Utilities Department (PBCWUD) to reserve water and wastewater concurrency. PUD OBJECTIVES & STANDARDS Article 3.E.2.B defines the design objectives and performance standards required for PUD's and those are addressed below. Design Objectives: 1. Designed as a predominately residential district. RESPONSE: The proposed project consists of 389 existing units and J..t.&-325 proposed units. A minimum of 60% of the land area is allocated for residential purposes. No non-residential uses are proposed and thus the project complies with this design objective. 2. Provides a continuous non-vehicular circulation system for pedestrians and nonmotorized vehicles. RESPONSE: The PUD provides for a continuous pedestrian and non-vehicular circulation system throughout the development via the sidewalk system along the internal roadway system and proposed pedestrian trails within the new open space tracts, thus complying with this objective. New pedestrian sidewalks and a bike lane will be incorporated into the realigned main entry sequence, connecting into the existing and proposed systems. 3. Provide perimeter landscape areas to buffer incompatible land uses, or where residential uses are adjacent to other incompatible design elements such as roadways, usable open space areas, where a more intense housing type is proposed, or where residential setbacks are less than adjacent residential development outside the perimeter of the PUD. RESPONSE: Perimeter landscape buffers complying with code are provided in the affected area. Existing buffers will remain unchanged in the unaffected area. 4. May offer limited commercial uses for the population of the PUD; RESPONSE: No commercial uses are proposed within the PUD. 5. Establish neighborhood character and identity; UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~June 26, Page 8 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 231

60 RESPONSE: The redevelopment of the affected area of the PUD provides for the creation of an integrated residential community with new recreational facilities, as well as passive open spaces for park type uses, that will enhance the character and identity of this well-established community. 6. Preserve the natural environment to the greatest extent possible; and RESPONSE: There are existing wetland areas in the "triangle parcel" and east of Pod A that will be preserved with the proposed development plan. No significantly adverse effects on the natural environment are anticipated as a result of this project. 7. Provide incentives for civic uses to reduce public capital improvements and expenditures by encouraging joint acquisition, development and operation of publicly owned and operated facilities to serve the residents of the PUD and PBC. RESPONSE: PBC FDO previously determined that a civic dedication was not necessary and prior developers cashed out on the requirement. Required Performance Standards A PUD shall comply with the following standards: Standards a-d are required and must be met. A minimum of two of the four standards listed in e - h are required: a. Proximity to Other Uses. All residential pods with five or more units per acre shall be located within 1,320 feet of a neighborhood park, recreation pod, private civic pod, commercial pod, or a public recreational facility. RESPONSE: Within the affected area, Proposed Pod E has a density of less than 5 units/acre, however it is directly adjacent to the new Recreation Pod that will be available for all residents of the PUD to enjoy. There are existing recreation areas within the unaffected area, and the two new Open Space tracts will provide additional opportunity for passive recreation. b. Focal Points. A focal point shall be provided at the terminus of 15 percent of the streets in the project. The focal point shall be in the form of a plaza, fountain, landscaping, or similar amenity deemed acceptable to the ORO. The focal point shall not be located on a private residential lot. RESPONSE: Ten (1 0) new streets are proposed as indicated on the Preliminary Street Layout Plan, resulting in a requirement of two (2) focal points. These are incorporated into the roadway design to provide a landscape feature shown to be located within two (2) cul-de-sac's in Pod E to meet the code minimum of 15%. c. Neighborhood Park. Neighborhood parks shall have a direct connection to the pedestrian system and include a tot lot, gazebo, fitness station, rest station, or similar recreation amenity. Neighborhood parks shall not be used towards the Parks and Recreation Departments minimum recreation requirements and shall not be located within areas designated for drainage, stormwater management or other utility purposes. UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~June 26, 2017 Page 9 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 232

61 RESPONSE: One (1) neighborhood park in proposed in Pod E. There are existing small recreation areas within the unaffected Pods of the PUD that meet the intent for neighborhood parks. d. Decorative Street Lighting. Decorative street lights shall be provided along the development entrances. RESPONSE: Decorative street lights will be provided along the development entrances. e. Decorative Paving. Decorative paving shall be provided at the development entrances and incorporated into recreational areas. RESPONSE: Decorative paving is provided at the main entrance to the development. f. Fountains. A minimum of one fountain shall be located in the main or largest lake or water body. RESPONSE: The applicant has provided one fountain in lake #7 in Pod E. Fountains exist in some of the lakes in the unaffected area. g. Benches or play structures. Benches or play structures shall be provided in usable open space areas and along pedestrian pathways. RESPONSE: Not applicable. h. Interspersed Housing. WFH units shall be interspersed with market rate units within a pod. RESPONSE: Not applicable. i. Pedestrian Circulation System. An interconnected pedestrian sidewalk, path or trail system shall be provided linking pods to recreational amenities within the development. RESPONSE: A continuous pedestrian sidewalk system is provided throughout the development allowing for access to all the amenities. ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW As this is a residential PUD and as all of the new units are detached housing, architectural review is not required for the project. PLATTING The applicant intends to replat and further subdivide the affected area per ULDC Art PHASING Pursuant to ULDC Art. 3.E.1.J.1, PUD's may be developed in multiple phases in compliance with Art. 2.E, Monitoring. The developer may choose to phase the project. Pursuant to Art. UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: May-,June 26, Page 1 0 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 233

62 7.E.4.8.1, the installation of required landscaping may be phased to the construction of the project. REZONING STANDARDS As stated previously the applicant is requesting the approval of a Rezoning of acre "triangle parcel" from the AR Zoning District in part and the RS Zoning District in part to the PUD Zoning District so that this parcel may be "officially" rezoned and incorporated into the PUD to correct an error made in 1997 during the previous approval. Per ULDC Art , Standards, see descriptions below of how the proposed project meets the seven (7) standards. 1. Consistency with the Plan: The proposed amendment is consistent with the Plan. RESPONSE: The FLUA designation for the subject property is MR-5. Per ULDC Table 3.A.3.C, FLU Designation and Corresponding Planned Development Districts, the PUD Zoning District corresponds with the MR-5 FLUA. Also, as detailed above, the proposed project will be within the allowable density permitted by the Plan and the ULDC. As such, the proposed rezoning is consistent with the Plan. 2. Consistency with the Code: The proposed amendment is not in conflict with any portion of this Code, and is consistent with the stated purpose and intent of this Code. RESPONSE: The proposed rezoning for this project is consistent with the code in regard to use, layout, function and general development characteristics. 3. Compatibility with Surrounding Uses: The proposed amendment is compatible, and generally consistent with existing uses and surrounding zoning districts, and is the appropriate zoning district for the parcel of land. RESPONSE: The uses to the north, south, and east of the subject property either currently support existing residential uses or utility uses, which are compatible. The use to the west is Turnpike, then agricultural, which is not incompatible with the proposed use of the "triangle parcel" for open space. 4. Effect on the Natural Environment: The proposed amendment will not result in significantly adverse impacts on the natural environment, including but not limited to water, air, stormwater management, wildlife, vegetation, wetlands, and the natural functioning of the environment. RESPONSE: There are existing conservation easements on the "triangle parcel" that will remain and use of this property for open space will not result in any significantly adverse effects on the natural environment as a result of this rezoning. 5. Development Patterns: The proposed amendment will result in a logical, orderly, and timely development pattern. RESPONSE: This is a logical and orderly amendment as many of the County records already indicate that this parcel is zoned as a PUD and part of Polo Trace PUD, including the current approved Final Master Plan and the Plat. Resolution R UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~une 26, Page 11 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 234

63 also speaks to this acres being incorporated into the PUD even though the attached vicinity sketch and legal description are inconsistent with the language in the Resolution. 6. Adequate Public Facilities: The proposed amendment complies with Art. 2.F., Concurrency. RESPONSE: The proposed rezoning will comply with Art. 2.F., Concurrency. An application has been submitted and Statements provided in support. 7. Changed Conditions or Circumstances: There are demonstrated changed conditions or circumstances that necessitate the amendment. RESPONSE: As stated previously, this rezoning is being requested to "right the record" from a past development approval for the acre "triangle parcel". Based on a review of the Staff Report from the January 5, 1997 BCC public hearing it appears that the intent was to rezone acres and incorporate it into Polo Trace PUD however the documents associated with the request were bungled and the result was that not all of the property was addressed, nor was the appropriate zoning designation granted. Rezoning of this parcel will correct this record and make the project consistent with the current approved Final Master Plan and Plat. DOA STANDARDS Per ULDC Art. 2.A.2.B, Standards, see descriptions below of how the proposed project meets the eight (8) standards. 1. Consistency with the Plan: The proposed use or amendment is consistent with the purposes, goals, objectives and policies of the Plan, including standards for building and structural intensities and densities, and intensities of use. RESPONSE: As shown in the included analysis, the addition of ~325 units and proposed overall density is consistent with the allowable intensity on the site based on the existing FLU designations of MR-5 and LR-1. Additionally, the proposed development is consistent with Objective 1.2 of the Plan in that it will provide additional homes for the projected population increase within the Urban/Suburban Tier. 2. Consistency with the Code: The proposed use or amendment complies with all applicable standards and provisions of this Code for use, layout, function, and general development characteristics. The proposed use also complies with all applicable portions of Article 4.8, SUPPLEMENTARY USE STANDARDS. RESPONSE: The proposed project is consistent with the code in regard to use, layout, function and general development characteristics. Furthermore, the modified development plan will be in compliance with the PUD objectives and standards as previously described. UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: May.,June 26, 2017 Page 12 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 235

64 3. Compatibility with Surrounding Uses: The proposed use or amendment is compatible and generally consistent with the uses and character of the land surrounding and in the vicinity of the land proposed for development. RESPONSE: The proposed amendment is compatible with the surrounding uses and development, and generally consistent with the character of the area and along the Hagen Ranch Road corridor. No incompatibilities are anticipated by the proposed plan of development. 4. Design Minimizes Adverse Impact: The design of the proposed use minimizes adverse effects, including visual impact and intensity of the proposed use on adjacent lands. RESPONSE: The affected area will be developed with the code required perimeter buffering that will minimize any potential adverse impact on surrounding properties. There is no change to the location of the main entry driveway, and all impacts are internal to the project. The project complies with PBC TPS and no adverse impacts on the adjacent roadways are anticipated. 5. Design Minimizes Environmental Impact: The proposed use and design minimizes environmental impacts, including, but not limited to, water, air, storm water management, wildlife, vegetation, wetlands and the natural functioning of the environment. RESPONSE: The proposed conversion and redevelopment of the golf course will minimize impacts on the environment. Existing wetlands and conservation easement areas will remain. An equivalent amount of water management areas to what exists are proposed within the projects design. Two large open space tracts for passive recreational use are proposed. Any existing native vegetation will be assessed for preservation or potential relocation as part of this amendment process. Two new well sites for the TAPO are proposed within the project to replace those that currently exist within the golf course. Overall, there are no significantly adverse effects on the natural environment as a result of this project. 6. Development Patterns: The proposed use or amendment will result in a logical, orderly and timely development pattern. RESPONSE: Due to the number of golf courses in Palm Beach County and south Florida, in general, many courses are struggling to survive. Opportunities to convert under-utilized golf courses to residential development have been a recent occurrence as many golf course owners or Homeowners Associations look for an alternative to just closing the course. The Applicant has worked with the property owners and the MHOA to structure a redevelopment program that results in a redevelopment program that will benefit all parties, and will result in a development that is logical, orderly and timely for this site. 7. Adequate Public Facilities: The extent to which the proposed use complies with Art. 2.F, Concurrency UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~une 26, Page 13 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 236

65 RESPONSE: Included with this application are the following documents related to the impact of the proposed project on public facilities: Drainage: Please see Drainage Statement which the details of the proposed drainage system are provided. Traffic: Please see Concurrency Traffic Impact Analysis in which the conclusion states that the proposed development meets the requirements of the Traffic Performance Standards of PBC. Water/Wastewater: The necessary request for the approval of a Utility Concurrency Reservation Agreements (UCRA) will be submitted to the PBC Water Utilities Department (PBCWUD) to reserve water and wastewater concurrency. 8. Changed Conditions or Circumstances: There are demonstrated changed conditions or circumstances that necessitate a modification. RESPONSE: The owner of the golf course and the Homeowners Association, who also are owners of the golf club and adjacent recreation area, have worked closely with the Applicant to develop a golf course conversion program that results in a positive outcome for all parties. The golf course owner, struggling to maintain operations in the face of stiff competition from other courses, is looking to sell the golf course property. The HOA is amenable to the conversion of this property to additional units to bring more residents to their community to maintain the communities character and support the quality of life they desire. The HOA will benefit from a new main entry to the community, and a new recreational amenity package. The Applicant will rebuild both of these amenities in conjunction with redevelopment of the golf course property. Numerous community meetings, blasts, President's reports, etc. where conducted with the MHOA and community residents, as summarized below, resulting in the 97% approval vote by the residents: 2016 Community Meetings June 21(Tuesday) - Town Hall 150 people (Same day as 1st meeting with GL) July 6 <Wednesday) - BOD 1.5 hours (Ad-HOC Committee) July 26 <Tuesday)- Town Hall Meeting w/ Lou 200 people August 9 (Tuesday) - BOD Meeting (GLAd-HOC Committee members approved) September 13 (Tuesday)-BOD Meeting (Motion to negotiate with GL Homes) October 4 (Tuesday)- BOD Meeting October 13 (Thursday)- Town Hall 200 people (GL presented renderings with Larry & Amber in attendance to answer questions and concerns) & Blast November 1 (Tuesday) - BOD Meeting November 14 (Monday)- Mailing of GL Invite to Town Hall Meeting 11/29 UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: May-,June 26, 2017 Page 14 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 237

66 November 16 (Wednesday)- Meet the Candidates November 29 (Tuesday)- Town Hall 340 people hosted by GL Homes (Tent) & Blast December 6 (Tuesday)- Annual Meeting (GL Q&A) January 5 (Thursday)- Official mailing (GL Written Consent) January 30 (Monday) - Official mailing (Within 30 day written notice of approval of amendment) Blasts June 23 (Thursday) - Golf Course Updates: Informing the community of the contingency contract between GL Homes and Bruce. September 28 CW ednesday) - Town Hall Meeting rescheduled for 10/13 October 14 (Friday)- GL Survey Link October 20 (Thursday)- October's TNT President's report with the members ofthe GL Ad HOC Committee listed October 28 (Friday)-November's TNT President's report January 3 (Tuesday)-January's TNT President's Report CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL MODIFICATIONS The applicant is requesting to modify the following conditions of approval listed in Resolution No. R The applicant has not requested modifications to Condition ALL PETITIONS 3 as it is the agent's understanding that modifications to this condition is initiated by Staff as part of the Development Order Amendment process. e~jgi~jeeri~jg g.,. In the event there is joint use of the golf courses on the east and West sicle of l=lagen Ranch Roacl, the Petitioner shall construct the re"'uirecl gracle se~aratecl golf course crossing in a manner ancl form acce~taele to the County engineer. a. The Petitioner shall reserve an area for future construction of 72 ~arking spaces for the golf course on the East side of l=lagen Ranch Roacl. These s~aces shall be re"'uirecl to be constructecl if the golf course on the east sicle of l=lagen Ranch Roacl is developed without providing the required golf course parking. e. The existing golf course maintenance facility shall be available for use by the golf course East of l=lagen Ranch Road if a UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: May-,June 26, Page 15 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 238

67 separate east sic:le maintenance facility is not provic:lec:l. c. ~Jone of the conc:litions set forth herein are intenc:lec:l to eliminate any legal Lanc:l Development Coc:le req~:~irements for the Elevelopment of the Polo Trace PRO on the east sic:le of Hagen Ranch Roac:l. (e~jg)(previo~:~sly Conc:lition e.b of Resol~:~tion R Q4 366, Petition Q3 57) JUSTIFICATION: This condition is no longer applicable as there is no golf course on the east side of Hagen Ranch Road, and the proposed Development Order Amendment will allow for the entire existing golf course on the west side of Hagen Ranch Road to be converted to residential development. PLJ\~J~JeD U~JIT DeVeLOPMe~JT &. Street trees shall be planted no more than fifty (50) feet on center along both sic:les of all streets within allplattec:l rights of way, access tracts, anc:l easements that are interior to the PUD s~:~bject to approval by the Co1:1nty engineer. J\11 req~:~ired landscaping shall be installed prior to release of the performance bonc:l or iss~:~ance of a certificate of completion, whichever occ1:1rs first, for the roac:l intenc:lec:l to be landscaped. (CO: LA~JDSCJ\Pe eng) (Previo~:~sly Condition A.4 of Resol~:~tion R Q4 366, Petition Q3 57) ~ J\11 ~:~tilities shall be ~:~ndergro1:1nd p~:~rs1:1ant to Article d (5) of the Palm ~each Co1:1nty Unifiec:l Lanc:l Development Coc:le. (PLAT: e~jg Zoning) (Previo~:~sly Conc:lition J\.5 of Resol~:~tion R Q4 366, Petition Q3 57) JUSTIFICATION: These conditions are being deleted because they are now required by Code. CONCLUSION On behalf of the applicant and property owners, UDKS respectfully requests favorable review and consideration of this application for the approval of a Rezoning and DOA for Polo Trace PUD. Project managers at Urban Design Kilday Studios are Collene Walter and Sofia Garantiva who can be reached at (561 ) or via at or Please contact the agent with any questions or for additional information in support of the requested applications. UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: May-,June 26, Page 16 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 239

68 H \JOBS\Polo Trace_15-046\GL Homes_DD _.001\Documents\Applications\Justification Statement DOA Final.docx UDKS Project No.: Project Name: Polo Trace PUD Submittal: ~une 26, Page 17 of 17 ZC October 5, 2017 Page 240

69 Exhibit F Notice to Home Owners Letter Dated March 1, 2017 March 1, 2017 TO: RE: Homeowner in Polo Trace Update on GL Homes Development Plan on Polo Trace Golf Course This letter is provided to you as a homeowner in Polo Trace. As you know, recently the community voted overwhelmingly to support GL Homes redevelopment plan to reconfigure the Polo Trace Golf Course for residential development. As of the 20 1 h day of January 2017, we received a total of 301 responses, of which 292 voted for and 9 voted against; meaning 97% of the voters supported the GL Homes proposal and a 2/3 approval of the 389 homeowners within Polo Trace, as required by our Declaration, was attained. On behalf of the Board of Directors, I would like to personally thank all of you who participated in this vote, attended multiple monthly community meetings, ad hoc committee meetings, and attended the November 29, 2016 Town Hall Meeting wherein over 350 Polo Trace homeowners heard the details of GL Homes proposal. The vote package mailed to each of you on January 6, 2017 was very detailed relative to the Transaction Terms proposed between GL Homes and our community (attached again for your reference as Exhibit A). The purpose of this letter is to describe what happens next relative to the zoning process necessary for GL Homes to obtain approval from Palm Beach County for their development plan. GL Homes will be submitting the required zoning application to Palm Beach County in mid-march. The application to amend the Polo Trace master plan will be required to go through a Public Hearing process which includes review by the Palm Beach County Zoning Commission and approval from the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners. The Public Hearing dates are not certain at this time. The earliest month for the Public Hearings would be July 2017, although GL Homes representatives anticipate the hearings most likely will occu r in either August or September Prior to the hearing, property owners within 500 feet of the golf course will be notified via a letter from Palm Beach County. The site and areas within and along the community will be posted with notification signs and notice of the hearings will be published in the Palm Beach Post. The zoning master plan will show the intended areas of development consistent with the site plan presented by GL Homes and those Transaction Terms germane to the zoning approval. GL Homes will keep the Board of Directors apprised of the status of their application and provide us with copies of the plans once submitted to the County. Again, I wish to personally thank you for all you've done throughout the course of our discussions with GL Homes. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Polo Trace Homeowners office at Sincerely, Robert Cuskaden President, Board of Directors. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 241

70 GL Homes is Offering To: EXHIBIT"A" Transaction Terms 1. Construct a new shared entrance into the community, while maintaining the existing access point along Hagen Ranch Road and the traffic light. They will also build a right hand turn lane into the community for southbound traffic. 2. Construct a new shared clubhouse of approximately 26,000 gross square feet. The recreation area will include six tennis courts, four pickle ball courts, half-court basketball, bocci ball, two pools, hot tub, baby pool, tot lot, fire pit, kitchen, restaurant, bar, gym, aerobic room, meeting rooms, social hall, card rooms, and a building for maintenance equipment. 3. Keep the area presently being used as holes 10 and 11 as open space. In addition, walking trails will be built on each such hole to enable residents and guests to walk around the community. Landscaping, pavilions and additional lakes will also be part of the program for the changes to holes 10 and 11. They will keep the existing berms and landscaping located on the perimeters of these two holes. 4. Build a berm or sound wall on the ll'h hole to help minimize the noise and view of the Florida Turnpike. 5. Construct a giant Jake where the 16'h hole exists and wrap it around to the west as you approach the tee box. The lake will continue and incorporate the area around the 17'h tee box. They will keep the existing Oak Trees as you approach the area currently being used as the 16'h tee box and those which exist adjacent to the existing lake by the fountain. 6. Build and heavily landscape a berm adjacent to the areas currently being used as the gth and 18'h greens and adjacent to the existing tennis courts, gym, pool and tot Jot. The berm will be between 4-5 feet high and shall be between feet wide. 7. Repave the streets within Polo Trace in lieu of the HOA having to do it in The repaving will take place when GL Homes puts down its first lift of asphalt for the roads leading to the model homes for GL Homes' new community. 8. Pay the Association $2,000,000 for land owned by the HOA and the HOA's interest in the Condominium Unit owned by the HOA. See attached Exhibit "A-1" showing which lands are being conveyed directly by the HOA and which ones are part of the Condominium property. 9. Keep the name of the Community as Polo Trace. 10. Keep the Polo Trace HOA's recreational facilities open until the new facilities are constructed and opened. 11. Restrict the new homeowner's association homeowners from using the existing Polo Trace HOA's facilities comprising the tennis courts, gym, pool and tot lot. 12. Commence construction of the new clubhouse at the same time the new entrance is being built. 13. Allow Polo Trace to keep their existing HOA. GL will create its own HOA and the two HOA's shall form a new entity or enter into a cost sharing agreement to manage and operate what will be the new shared areas. The new shared areas will include the front entrance, the clubhouse and recreational area, the wall and berms located along Hagen Ranch Road, the property consisting of the existing lo'h and 11'h holes, and the common roadway (being the road from the Hagen Ranch Road entry all the way to the current location of Polo Trace HOA' s gate. Costs will divided on a pro-rata basis. 14. Turnover to the Association all remaining cash in the accounts of the Condominium after payment of all accrued expenses and liabilities. 15. The cost and expense of Items 1 through7 above shall be at GL Homes' cost and expense. In Exchange for the above, Polo Trace HOA agrees to: 1. Sell the land owned by the HOA and the property owned by the HOA controlled within the Condominium Unit. Please refer to Exhibit "A-1". This closing will occur simultaneously with GL's purchase of the golf course. 2. Modify the deed restriction on the golf course to accelerate its expiration date from 2/1/25 to 5/1/18 so that as of May 1, 2018 the deed restriction will no longer burden or encumber the golf course property. 3. Cooperate by signing whatever documents are necessary to alter, relocate, amend or eliminate any of the existing (i) permits for 5FWMD or LWDD; (ii) drainage, access or any other easements; and (iii) development orders. In addition, the HOA shall cooperate and not object to facilitate the Transaction and in all matters GL deems necessa ry to obtain all governmental approvals for the proposed development. ZC October 5, 2017 Page 242

71 EXHIBIT "A-l" ZC October 5, 2017 Page 243

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