The House staff analysis is available here. It notes some other effects of the bill:
- clarifying provisions relating to the coordination between local governments and military installations regarding local land use decisions;
- providing criteria for municipalities and the unincorporated area within a county to use in determining population projections;
- removing criteria that exempts certain municipalities from being signatories to the school interlocal agreement as a prerequisite to implementing school concurrency, because school concurrency is now optional, and restoring criteria to exempt certain municipalities from being a party to the school interlocal agreement;
- extending the time for the state land planning agency and the Administration Commission to issue recommended and final orders, since the current time requirement is unworkable, and providing a time requirement for the state land planning agency to issue a notice of intent for a plan amendment adopted pursuant to a compliance agreement;
- deleting a required annual report by the Department of Economic Opportunity related to the optional sector plan pilot program.