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Submit a project for input and guidance from the Technical Review Committee, the City group responsible for reviewing site plans and commercial projects. TRC pre-application meetings are a free service provided by the City of Fernandina Beach to help guide a project through the development review and permitting process.
The TRC pre-application meeting is a meeting between an applicant and representatives of City departments responsible for reviewing applications for the purpose of exchanging information on the potential development of a site. This may include providing information on permissible uses of the site; required improvements; infrastructure requirements; any applicable design standards; any potential regional, state or federal standards; requirements for supporting plans, documents and studies; and any applicable design standards.
A change of use occurs when an existing use is replaced by a different use, as listed in table 2.03.02. A proposed change of use shall be subject to the pre-application conferences as set forth in 11.01.02
A change of use shall not require a local development order when all the conditions of 11.00.05 are met.
The determination that a proposed use or development constitutes a change of use is an administrative decision subject to appeal.
When a local development order is required due to a proposed change of use, all standards and procedures of the Comprehensive Plan and LDC shall apply to the proposed new use.
All applications and related documents for a Pre-Application Meeting must be submitted by 12:00 p.m. five (5) business days before the scheduled meeting. Required documents are as follow:
Applicant or interested party who will be present at the meeting.
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