Ok, no analysis here, but I've identified a number of bills of interest (well, maybe) to land use practitioners that passed both houses and are on their way to the governor. I've tried to provide links to the PDF versions of the enrolled bills; they are from the Senate site (even for the House bills), which is a little easier to use.
In no particular order:
My favorite -- Bill that reenacts the burden/standard of proof in impact fee cases from the 2009 legislation.
Bill that clarifies (probably expands) the scope of the Ag exemption for stormwater management and wetland permitting. I think this is an outgrowth of the Duda Ranch case from last year.
Bill that limits building official's authority to require inspections of residential structures when a permit is requested for other structures on the same site. There MUST be a horror story behind this one.
Bill addressing affordable housing agencies, trust funds AND GMA requirements in 163.3177. The planning aspects seem benign; I can't tell about the rest.
Bill addressing substantive and procedural issues with the Florida Building Code. This includes some things that look complicated with respect to the adoption of national codes and standards.
The "Vacation Rentals" Bill. The preemption only applies to new regulations and frankly I don't know if the langauge actually prevents a local government from requiring vacation rentals to be in commercial zone districts.
Inside this Bill that requires e-filing by state attorneys and public defenders is a new requirement for attorneys to file all petitions and pleading with DOAH electronically
I'm sure that there are other fun bills that I've missed - let me know your favorites.