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r r is�t <br /> -000. RESOLUTION NO. 81-59 <br /> r;: , ;. . ._ A..RESOLUTION MAKING FINDINGS OF FACT AND <br /> O ��"`''`` '• RENDERING CONCLUSIONS OF LAW REGARDING <br /> THE VILLAGE GREEN WEST AND VILLAGE GREEN <br /> - SOUTH APPLICATION FOR DEVELOPMENT APPROVAL, <br /> O A DEVELOPMENT OF REGIONAL IMPACT; CONSTI- <br /> TUTING THIS RESOLUTION AS A DEVELOPMENT <br /> ORDER; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. • <br /> WHEREAS, on or about March 27, 1981, Florida Atlantic <br /> Associates, II and III, filed a Development of Regional Impact <br /> application for development approval with the Indian RiVer <br /> County Board of County Commissioners in accordance with Chapter <br /> 380, Florida Statutes; and <br /> WHEREAS, this Board, as the governing body of the local <br /> government having jurisdiction, pursuant to Chapter 380, Florida <br /> Statutes, is authorized and empowered to consider applications <br /> • for development approval for Developments of Regional Impact; <br /> and <br /> WHEREAS, all public and governmental notice requirements <br /> • have been satisfied; and <br /> WHEREAS, this Board has, on July 29th, 1981, held a duly <br /> • noticed public hearing on the Development of Regional Impact <br /> application for development approval and has heard and considered <br /> the testimony taken at that hearing; and <br /> WHEREAS, this Board has received and considered the report <br /> • and recommendations of the Treasure Coast Regional Planning <br /> Council; <br /> NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COUNTY <br /> COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, THAT: <br /> FINDINGS OF FACT <br /> 1. The proposed development is not in an area of critical <br /> state concern designated pursuant to the provisions of Chapter <br /> 380, Florida Statutes. <br /> 2. The proposed development does not unreasonably interfere <br /> with the achievement of the objectives of an adopted state land <br /> development plan applicable to the area. <br /> 3. The development is consistent with the local land <br /> development regulations. <br /> 4. The development is consistent with the report and <br /> recommendations of the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council. <br />