Florida Senate - 2019                          SENATOR AMENDMENT
       Bill No. CS for CS for SB 620
                              LEGISLATIVE ACTION                        
                    Senate             .             House              

       Senator Broxson moved the following:
    1         Senate Amendment (with title amendment)
    3         Delete everything after the enacting clause
    4  and insert:
    5         Section 1. Present paragraphs (i) through (n) of subsection
    6  (2) of section 163.3175, Florida Statutes, are redesignated as
    7  paragraphs (j) through (o), respectively, and a new paragraph
    8  (i) and paragraph (p) are added to that subsection, to read:
    9         163.3175 Legislative findings on compatibility of
   10  development with military installations; exchange of information
   11  between local governments and military installations.—
   12         (2) Certain major military installations, due to their
   13  mission and activities, have a greater potential for
   14  experiencing compatibility and coordination issues than others.
   15  Consequently, this section and the provisions in s.
   16  163.3177(6)(a), relating to compatibility of land development
   17  with military installations, apply to specific affected local
   18  governments in proximity to and in association with specific
   19  military installations, as follows:
   20         (i)Naval Support Activity Orlando, including Bugg Spring
   21  and Naval Ordnance Test Unit, associated with Orange County and
   22  Orlando.
   23         (p)United States Southern Command, associated with Miami
   24  Dade County and Doral.
   25         Section 2. Section 197.572, Florida Statutes, is amended to
   26  read:
   27         197.572 Certain easements for conservation purposes, public
   28  service purposes, support of certain improvements, or drainage
   29  or ingress and egress survive tax sales and deeds.—
   30         (1) When any lands are sold for the nonpayment of taxes, or
   31  any tax certificate is issued thereon by a governmental unit or
   32  agency or pursuant to any tax lien foreclosure proceeding, the
   33  title to the lands shall continue to be subject to any easement:
   34         (a) For conservation purposes as provided in s. 704.06 or
   35  for telephone, telegraph, pipeline, power transmission, or other
   36  public service purpose.;
   37         (b)and shall continue to be subject to any easement That
   38  supports improvements that may be constructed above the lands.;
   39         (c)and any easement For the purposes of drainage or of
   40  ingress and egress to and from other land.
   41         (d)For base buffering encroachment lands acquired through
   42  a fee simple or less-than-fee simple acquisition under s.
   43  288.980(2)(b).
   44         (2)An The easement described in subsection (1) and the
   45  rights of the owner of the easement it shall survive and be
   46  enforceable after the execution, delivery, and recording of a
   47  tax deed, a master’s deed, or a clerk’s certificate of title
   48  pursuant to foreclosure of a tax deed, tax certificate, or tax
   49  lien, to the same extent as though the land had been conveyed by
   50  voluntary deed. The easement must be evidenced by written
   51  instrument recorded in the office of the clerk of the circuit
   52  court in the county where such land is located before the
   53  recording of such tax deed or master’s deed, or, if not
   54  recorded, an easement for a public service purpose must be
   55  evidenced by wires, poles, or other visible occupation, an
   56  easement for drainage must be evidenced by a waterway, water
   57  bed, or other visible occupation, and an easement for the
   58  purpose of ingress and egress must be evidenced by a road or
   59  other visible occupation to be entitled to the benefit of this
   60  section; however, this shall apply only to tax deeds issued
   61  after the effective date of this act.
   62         Section 3. Subsection (84) is added to section 320.08058,
   63  Florida Statutes, to read:
   64         320.08058 Specialty license plates.—
   65         (84) BLUE ANGELS LICENSE PLATES.—
   66         (a) The department shall develop a Blue Angels license
   67  plate as provided in this section and s. 320.08053. The plate
   68  must bear the colors and design approved by the department. The
   69  word “Florida” must appear at the top of the plate, and the
   70  words “Home of the Blue Angels” must appear at the bottom of the
   71  plate; however, the development of the plate is contingent upon
   72  the enactment of legislation creating an annual use fee under s.
   73  320.08056 for the Blue Angels license plate.
   74         (b) The annual use fees from the sale of the plate shall be
   75  distributed to the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, a nonprofit
   76  Florida corporation under s. 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue
   77  Code, to fund the maintenance, programs, marketing, and projects
   78  of the foundation, including the National Naval Aviation Museum
   79  and the National Flight Academy in Pensacola. Up to 10 percent
   80  of the funds received by the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation
   81  may be used for marketing of the plate and costs directly
   82  associated with the administration of the foundation. The Naval
   83  Aviation Museum Foundation shall distribute 50 percent of the
   84  funds to eligible programs and projects associated with the
   85  National Flight Academy and the remainder of the funds to
   86  eligible programs and projects associated with the National
   87  Naval Aviation Museum.
   88         Section 4. Subsection (4) is added to section 1003.05,
   89  Florida Statutes, to read:
   90         1003.05 Assistance to transitioning students from military
   91  families.—
   92         (4)A student whose parent is transferred or is pending
   93  transfer to a military installation within a school district
   94  while on active military duty pursuant to an official military
   95  order shall be considered a resident of the school district for
   96  purposes of enrollment when the order is submitted to the school
   97  district and shall be provided preferential treatment in the
   98  controlled open enrollment process of the school district
   99  pursuant to s. 1002.31.
  100         Section 5. Paragraphs (a) and (b) of subsection (10) of
  101  section 1009.21, Florida Statutes, are amended to read:
  102         1009.21 Determination of resident status for tuition
  103  purposes.—Students shall be classified as residents or
  104  nonresidents for the purpose of assessing tuition in
  105  postsecondary educational programs offered by charter technical
  106  career centers or career centers operated by school districts,
  107  in Florida College System institutions, and in state
  108  universities.
  109         (10) The following persons shall be classified as residents
  110  for tuition purposes:
  111         (a) Active duty members of the Armed Services of the United
  112  States residing or stationed in this state, their spouses, and
  113  their dependent children residing or stationed in this state at
  114  the time of acceptance to a Florida College System institution
  115  or state university, and active drilling members of the Florida
  116  National Guard.
  117         (b) Active duty members of the Armed Services of the United
  118  States and their spouses and dependents attending a Florida
  119  College System institution or state university within 50 miles
  120  of the military establishment where they are stationed at the
  121  time of acceptance to the Florida College System institution or
  122  state university, if such military establishment is within a
  123  county contiguous to Florida.
  124         Section 6. This act shall take effect July 1, 2019.
  126  ================= T I T L E  A M E N D M E N T ================
  127  And the title is amended as follows:
  128         Delete everything before the enacting clause
  129  and insert:
  130                        A bill to be entitled                      
  131         An act relating to military-friendly initiatives;
  132         amending s. 163.3175, F.S.; specifying additional
  133         military installations that may exchange certain
  134         information with local governments regarding
  135         compatibility of land development; amending s.
  136         197.572, F.S.; providing that an easement for certain
  137         military lands continues after a tax sale or deed
  138         execution; amending s. 320.08058, F.S.; directing the
  139         Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles to
  140         develop a Blue Angels license plate; providing for the
  141         distribution and use of fees collected from the sale
  142         of such plate; amending s. 1003.05, F.S.; requiring a
  143         student whose parent is transferred or pending
  144         transfer to a military installation within a school
  145         district to be considered a resident of the district
  146         and provided preferential treatment in the controlled
  147         open enrollment process under certain circumstances;
  148         amending s. 1009.21, F.S.; revising requirements for
  149         active duty servicemembers and their families to be
  150         classified as residents for tuition purposes;
  151         providing an effective date.