Technical Review Committee

Meetings


  • 10 a.m.
  • First Tuesday of each month
  • Council Chambers
Note: The committee meets on the first Tuesday of each month unless Tuesday falls on a holiday, then the meeting would be the following day on Wednesday. Meetings of the Technical Review Committee are held in City Hall on an as needed basis and are not subject to the Public Meeting Law (unless two elected officials are present). Financial disclosure is not required annually to the Commission on Ethics, State of Florida.

Members


Members serve by virtue of their employment in the named position and serve until employment in said position is terminated. Members serve without remuneration but may be reimbursed for actual expenses occurred in the conduct of business of the committee.

Agendas & Minutes


Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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About the Committee


The Crestview Technical Review Committee was established to provide and assist the Local Planning Agency (Planning and Zoning Boards) in respect to monitoring the Comprehensive Plan (PDF) and Land Development Regulations pursuant to Section 163.011, Florida Statutes, et seq. Membership of the Technical Review Committee may consist of department heads and other staff as follows:
  • Administrative Services Director
  • Building Official
  • City Clerk
  • City Engineer
  • Fire Chief
  • Housing Authority Director
  • Planning Official
  • Police Chief
  • Public Services Director

Responsibilities


Responsibilities of the Technical Review Committee includes, but not limited to:
  • Provide technical assistance to the local planning agency in monitoring elements of the Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations; make recommendations for changes or improvements to the plan
  • Review plans for all development activity within the City
  • Maintain and monitor information on development activities and level of service (LOS) conditions of the City; provide evaluation and appraisal reports as required
  • Monitor and evaluate the City Capital Improvements Element (CIE) on an annual basis.
This committee does not operate under a separate budget. The committee function is funded under the auspices of the General Fund.