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WACCASASSA-SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN Resolution No. 16
WATERSHED BASIN BOUNDARIES
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER BASIN and CRYSTAL RIVER-HOMOSASSA RIVER BASIN
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER BASIN Amended Resolution
CRYSTAL RIVER-HOMOSASSA RIVER BASIN, amended resolution, adopted
CRYSTAL RIVER-HOMOSASSA Basin boundaries
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER BASIN boundaries
WACCASASSA RIVER BASIN boundaries
WACCASASSA-SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN boundaries
WACCASASSA-SUWANNEE RIVER BASIN boundaries
Manasota Basin Financing.
Manasota Basin Financing.
Letter re: State Legislative Appropriations
Water Resources Development Account for Land Acquisition
Summary of Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District's Budgetary Request
Summary of WRDA Requests for the SWFWMD
Source of Funding for 1961-1962 through 1973-1974.
SWFWMD Advertising Costs. Handwritten
Letter re:Suggested changes to a Committee Bill
Chart of millages assessed in District
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Explanation of the Permit system re responsibility of SWFWMD
Amendment Rule 357 - 1.03. Purpose to set forth in greater detail the "Works of the District,"
Certification of Administrative Rule 357 - 1.03 SWFWMD
Amendment Rule 357 - 1.03. "The Works of the District"
Amendment Rule 357 - 1.03.
Certification of Administrative Rules Filed with Secretary of State
Certification of Administrative Rules filed with Secretary of State
Summary of Regulations For "The Protection Of The Works Of The District."
Regulations for the Protection of the Works of the District
Regulations for the Protection of the Works of the District
PEACE RIVER BASIN boundaries
PEACE RIVER BASIN boundaries
OCKLAWAHA RIVER Basin boundaries
HILLSBOROUGH RIVER BASIN and ALAFIA RIVER BASIN boundaries
ALAFIA RIVER BASIN boundaries
HILLSBOROUGH RIVER BASIN boundaries
NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH BASIN boundaries
NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH BASIN boundaries
Resolution No. 14, amending Resolution No. 1, changing boundaries for counties
Resolution No. 1: Establishing Watershed Basin Boundaries
Final Agreement
Cypress Creek Agreements
Cypress Creek Flood Detention Area boundary descriptions
Cypress Creek F.D.A. Proposed Plan
SWFWMD (Regulatory) findings of hearing
Agreement re operation of Eldridge-Wilde Well Field
Cypress Creek Agreement.
Final Agreement.
Cypress Creek Flood Detention Area boundaries
Accounting sheet for funding
Handwritten account status as of July 1, 1973 for five areas
Appropriations and Requested funding for projects
Letter re 1972-73 Water Resources funding for 6 areas
Letter re 1972-73 Water Resources funding for 6 areas
Regarding 1972-73 Water Resources Development Account
Water Storage Lands chart of acreage and costs
Water Storage Lands acreage
List of law suits outstanding on April 24, 1973
Fla. Division of Interior Resources Expenditures
Potentiometric Map Strip
Explanatory Notes to Map Report
Bimonthly Water Level Measurements
Bimonthly Water Level Measurements
Bimonthly Water Level Measurements
Bimonthly Water Level Measurements
Bimonthly Water Level Measurements
Bimonthly Water Level Measurements
Bimonthly Water Level Measurements
Bimonthly Water Level Measurements
Application for Permit SWFWMD
Certification of Administrative Rules Filed with the Secretary of State
Agreement between Secretary of State and Department of Natural Resources
Certification of Administrative Rules Filed with the Secretary of State
Fla. Department of Natural Resources
Southwest Florida Water Management District
Agreement between Secretary of State and Department of Natural Resources
Certification of Administrative Rules 16CC - 1.01 - 1.06 filed with Secretary of State
Changes in Chap. 357R-1, Florida Administrative Code
Summary of Rules and Regulations
Letter from Jay T. Ahern
Resolution transferring Starkey property
Memo from W. T. Allee
NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH BASIN CLEAR-WATER BASIN
NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BASIN boundaries
NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BASIN boundary changes
HILLSBOROUGH RIVER BASIN boundaries
Memo to Mr. Haight, Chief of Survey Section from Melba Beaty
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER BASIN and CRYSTAL-RIVER -HOMOSASSA RIVER BASIN
ALAFIA RIVER BASIN boundary
Draft Cypress Creek Agreement.
Draft Agreement.
Draft Cypress Creek Agreement
Draft Agreement
Draft Cypress Creek Agreement.
Draft Agreement.
Draft Cypress Creek Agreement.
Memo from Robert E. Vaughn
Draft Agreement.
Draft Cypress Creek Agreement.
Dept. of Nat. Resources
SWFWMD Request for Water Resources Development Account for FY 1972-73
Fla. Dept. Natural Resources Division
SWFWMD Total Expenditures
SWFWMD Ad Valorem Tax Revenue
SWFWMD Millage Assessed
SWFWMD Funds Expended
SWFWMD Combined Statement of General Fixed Assets
SWFWMD Water Storage Lands for Little Withlacoochee
SWFWMD Proposed Water Storage Land Acquisition
Bimonthly Water Level Measurements
Notice of public hearing
Protection of the Works of the District
An Act relating to the division of water resources
State Board of Conservation
Steps necessary for employees regarding violation of Ch. 373 F.S
Letter re defining the method for determining "mean low water"
Letter in response to establishing "mean low level for ground water."
Memo re discussion on establishing a "mean low level for ground water."
Diagram indicating production well
Rules and Regulations of SWFWMD(R) 16CC - 1.01 through 1.06
Certification of Administrative Rules filed with the Secretary of State
Amendments to 357R - 1.01, 375R - 1.02, and 357R - 1.03 re Well Construction.
Certification of Administrative Rules filed with the Secretary of State.
Statement of Purpose for Adopting Rules and Regulations
Summary of Rules and Regulations
Rules and Regulations of The SWFWMD (Regulatory) 375R-1.01 through 375-1.06
Legal Notice of Public Hearing re adoption
Legal Notice of Adoption of Rules and Regulations
Legal Notice of Public Hearing in the matter of SWFWMD
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER BASIN boundaries
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER BASIN and CRYSTAL-RIVER-HOMOSASSA RIVER BASIN boundaries
OKLAWAHA RIVER BASIN boundaries
GREEN SWAMP BASIN
ALAFIA BASIN
CRYSTAL-HOMOSASSA BASIN
HILLSBOROUGH BASIN
N. W. HILLSBOROUGH BASIN
Draft Agreement.
Draft Cypress Creek Agreement
Draft Agreement.
Draft Cypress Creek Agreement.
Draft Agreement.
Draft Agreement
Draft Agreement.
Draft Cypress Creek Agreement.
Cypress Creek Flood Detention Area boundaries
SWFWMD Governing Board findings
SWFWMD Combined statement of investment
SWFWMD Miscellaneous Items
Summary of WRDA requests for funding
WRDA (Water Resources Development Account Act)
Tampa Bypass Canal as water source
Letter requesting information about construction
Fla. Legislative Budget Request for 1973-74
re status of construction on the Interstate
Letter of explanation
Newspaper article by Bill Purvis
Chart indicating Depth of Down Draw
Fla. Stat. 373.071, 373.072, 373.081 and 373.091 re "Water Resources Law,"
Proposed Revisions of Rules and Regulations.
Proposed Revisions to the Rules and Regulations
Fla. Adm. Code, Chap. 357R-1.01-357R-1.06
Memo re Revisions to Chap. 375R-1
Proposed Revisions to 375-1 Fla. Adm. Code.
Letter objecting to three bills
City of St. Petersburg v. Thomas G. Earle
Rules and Regulations for the Use of Water Resources
Notice of Public Hearing adopting Rules and Regulations
Affidavit of Publication of Notice
Proof of Publication of Notice of Public Hearing Adoption
Notice of Public Hearing Adoption of Rules and Regulations
Notice of Public Hearing to adopt rules and regulations for SWFWMD-R.
Notice of Public Hearing to adopt rules and regulations for SWFWMD-R
Notice of Public Hearing: Adoption of Rules and Regulations for SWFWMD-R
Notice of Public Hearing Adoption of Rules and Regulations for SWFWMD-R.
Notice of Public Hearing, SWFWMD.
Notice of Public Hearing, SWFWMD.
Florida Lakes: Part III: Gazetteer. Fla. Bd. Conservation Div. of Water Resource.
History of Water Management Districts Boundaries
Memo from Norman P. Stokes
Letter re proposal to transfer Citrus Mutual area
Newspaper clipping re the Ridge in Polk and Highlands Counties
Letter from Allan B. Franklin to SWFWMD
Request for opinion from Attorney General
Draft Cypress Creek Agreement
Draft Agreement.
Draft Agreement.
Permit Agreement
Draft Agreement
Permit Agreement
Little Manatee River Water Supply Study
Florida Department of Natural Resources
Memo re Minutes of meeting
Memo explaining problems surrounding the automated computer system
Instructions re preparation of the Legislative Budget Request
Memo re Conference on proposed agreement of Corps of Engineers
Selections from minutes of SWFWMD Board of Governors meeting
Request to the Secretary of the Department of Administration
Request to the Dept. of Natural Resources
Compliments to Dale Twachtmann
Press Release from Conservation 70s Inc.
1972 re Senate Bill 1154
Letter naming those legislators who were helpful in passage of the Appropriations Act
re Governor's recommended budget for the WMDs
Letter re hearing on the proposed rules and regulations for SWFWMD(R)
Memo of Query and Conclusion
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
Notice of Public Hearing in the matter of Rules & Regulations
Notice of Public Hearing, SWFWMD.
Letter to Florida Department of State
Letter to Florida Department of State enclosing a copy of Rule
Letter to Secretary of State of Florida
Letters re procedure for processing water use permits
Letter re need to complete transfer of title
Letter re proposed study of the interrelationships of water levels
Letter re apportionment of taxes for FY 1977-78
Ridge Area Transfer Agreement Between SFWMD and SWFWMD
Release of SWFWMD from Resolutions #33 and #447
Request from SWFWMD to the U.S. Corps of Engineers
Surveyor's comparison of District Boundary Legal Descriptions
Letter from E. D. Vergara to L. M. Blain
Orange Water District Bill 'Lost' in Strict Rules Calls
Florida Legislature. A bill providing for formation of Lower Gulf Coast Watershed Basin
Florida Legislature. A bill amending F.S. 373.069 (3)
Florida Legislature. A bill amending F.S. 373.069
Five Water Management Districts map
Maps of WACCASASSA, Interstate Hwy 75
Memo re: well permit and lake withdrawal
Application for a Permit to Construct a Well
Memo on Monthly Data Sheet Submissions
Permit Agreement between Alafia River Basin Board
Florida Power and Light letter request
Letter re: Exhibit B
Permit Agreement
Exhibits: A: "Point of Diversion," B: "River Flow in CFS," and C: Diversion Plan."
Letter outlining plan for diversion of Little Manatee River
Legal issues re: Dept. of Natural Resources
Letter re audit of SWFWMD
Newspaper article: "$8-Million Whack Balances Budget"
House Approves Hikes For Aged and Infirm
Newspaper article, "House Halts GOP Bid to Cut Capitol Funds"
House Faces Budget
$1.65 Billion State Budget Passes House on 81-9 Vote
Delegation Axes Local Bills on Port Deepening, Resort Tax
New Town Proposed in Big Cypress Swamp
Amendment 69 offered for adoption
House Appropriations Bill
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD Agenda of Board of Governors meeting
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Amendment to Agenda
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
Proposed Resolution Realigning the Boundaries of the Peace River Basin
Proposed Amendment No. 42 requiring SWFWMD to adopt rules
Proposed Amendment No. 43 requiring SWFWMD to adopt rules
Proposed Amendment No. 44 requiring SWFWMD to adopt rules
Proposed Amendment No. 45 requiring SWFWMD to adopt rules
Proposed Amendment No. 46 requiring SWFWMD to adopt rules
Proposed Amendment No. 48 requiring SWFWMD to adopt rules
Proposed Amendment No. 49 requiring SWFWMD to adopt rules
Letter enclosing two copies of the final Agreement
Letter to SFWMD General Counsel re changes and additions
SWFWMD map
Proposed District boundary revisions
Letter re levee to be built in Green Swamp Flood Detention Area
Complaint filed by SWFWMD vs. Hernando County
Proposed boundary changes between SWFWMD and SJRWMD
Letter stating responsibility of Manasota Basin
Water Groups' Merger Delay Queried
Letter requesting delay of transfer of territories
Letter in newspaper re transfer of Oklawaha Basin
Way out of water district, officials say
Manatee project legally doubted
FP&L Rejects Limits Set By Basin Board
Little Manatee River nr Wimauma
Correspondence re: Proposed diversion from the Little Manatee River
Memo re: Information pertaining to the permit for Fla. Power & Light
Correspondence re: Florida Power & Light
Memo re: Results of meeting concerning with Florida Power and Light's permit
Letter re: Plans for Florida Power & Light
Correspondence re: Requirement of permit
Memo re: Florida Power & Light
Letter re action of a House of Representatives committee
Schedule of WRDA Funds
SWFWMD Fiscal Year 1972-73 WRDA Request
Letter re intent of Legislature
Workload Statistics, Program Component, Four River Basin Project.
Letter re proposed revision to Chap 373 and 378
Letter responding to request
Request for information on operation of SWFWMD
State appropriations for Governor and Cabinet
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
Letter to "Triangle" Editor, Florida Citrus Mutual
Public Notice of SWFWMD's plan
Memorandum re: SWFWMD Ridge Area Transfer Existing SFWMD Permits
Memorandum re Transfer of Territory from SFWMD
Memorandum re Permits Transferred from SFWMD
Letter addressed to "Drillers in the Highlands/Polk Co. Area"
Memorandum with remarks regarding a proposed transfer agreement
Map: "Area To Be Transferred sic From South Florida Water Management District
Map: "Limits of SWFWMD Prior to July 1, 1978
Map: "Limits Of Area In Polk County To Be Transferred
County Delays Pullout of Southwest District
Shields presides at discussion on Water District transfers
Timeline for submitting documents
Summary of Millage & Ad Valorem Taxes
St. Johns River WMD Governing Board meeting
Memo of notice of hearing on Water Resources Act
Newspaper article by Norma Gill
Letter and Resolution of the Florida Citrus Mutual
Letter to U. S. Army Corp. of Engineers
Paper written by Gerald G. Parker and Pedro A. Hernandez
Memo re: Proposed diversion from the Little Manatee River
Memo re: Control of amount of water withdrawn
Letter re: concerns about Manatee power plant
Correspondence re: Enclosure of Mid-Valley Inc.
Newspaper article: Walker, James, "State 'Traded' for Power Firm Vote,"
Correspondence re: Manatee Cooling Water Reservoir
Correspondence re: Plans for Power & Light
Memo re: Surface Water Hydrologic Aspect of EIS
Memo re: Florida Power and Light plan
Memo re: Clarification on Florida Power and Lights'
Letter re Legislative intent
Special Information for House Subcommittee
Memo to Governor and Cabinet re State Appropriations
Letter re bill for contribution share of construction costs
Lower Hillsborough Acreage
SWFWMD Minimum Requirements from WRDA Funds
SWFWMD Four River Basins
Letter requesting clarification of landowners
Letter re Court Order for the Ulriksen Case
Letter re payment of attorney's fees
SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
Establishment of Navigational and Water Conservation
Act creating the OKLAWAHA BASIN RECREATION
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
Creating SWFWMD boundaries
Chap. 63-659 Laws of Fla. 1963, House Bill 2390.
Chap. 63-849 Laws of Fla. 1963, House Bill 958.
Chap. 16CB-1, Suppl. 54. Rules of SWFWMD. "Protection of the Works of the District
Agreement between Secretary of State of Florida and Dept. of Natural Resources
Certification of Administrative Rules filed with the Secretary of State.
Letter re proposed Agreement between SFWMD and SWFWMD
Memorandum addressed to "File" re SWFWMD Ridge Area
Memorandum re: Transfer of Territory from SFWMD
Memo to SFWMD re permits
Editorial in the Highlander June 21, 1978, "Water Basin Board Offers Local Control,"
Letter re Senate Bill 695 - Changes of District Boundaries
Letter regarding legal descriptions of boundary changes
Newspaper article in Avon Park Sun
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual stating current intent
PINELLAS COUNTY - ANCLOTE RIVER BASIN
PINELLAS COUNTY - ANCLOTE RIVER BASIN boundaries
PINELLAS COUNTY - ANCLOTE RIVER BASIN
Informal Agreement on Items Discussed with the St. Johns Governing Board
Letter re Territorial Transfers
Resolution No. 539
Proposed report of the Dept. of Natural Resources
Fla. Attorney General's Opinion #072-210
Effect of House Bill 1718
Letter to SWFWMD Engineering division
Letter re boundary of GREEN SWAMP FLOOD DETENTION AREA
U. S. Resolution No. 33 Assuming full responsibility by SWFWMD
Memo re: Agreement that Florida Power & Light
Memo re: Interpretation of Dept. of Natural Resources permit
Correspondence re: Dept. of Natural Resources
Letter re: Informing the Department of Natural Resources
Letter to State of Fla. Dept. of Pollution Control
Memo re: Florida Power & Light
Letter re: Hydrological aspects of the Brown and Root Report
Letter re: Thoughts about the Florida Power and Light's
Memo re: Florida Power & Light's
Memo re: Hydrologist's comments
SWFWMD vs. 1631 Corporation suit
Chart of land acquisitions by Parcel
SWFWMD vs. BERO - Case No. 1350
Water Resources Development Account Assistance
Water boards seek tax rise
Ad Valorem Tax Base by District
Suwannee River Water Management District.
Newsletter article, by Nanette Holland.
Newsletter article, by Douglas W. Wager
Water Management Districts
Chap. 357-1, Fla. Adm. Code, Purpose defined.
Rules of SWFWMD re "Protection of the Works of the District."
Certification of Administrative Rules
Amendment to Chap 357 - 1.03 Fla. Adm. Code. "The Works of the District."
Amendment to Chap. 357 - 1.03 to recognize the addition of THE WEEKI WACHEE RIVER
News Release Notice of Public Hearing
Notice of Public Hearing re Weeki Wachee River
Certification of Administrative Rules filed with the Secretary of State
Notice of Public Hearing re Weeki Wachee River
Notice of Public Hearing re Weeki Wachee River
Column in Florida Citrus Mutual weekly
Memorandum re creating a separate Ridge Area Basin
Letter re continuance of Ridge Basin discussion
Letter enclosing certified coy of a resolution
Article in Florida Citrus Mutual
SWFWMD Boundary Changes Eyed
Article in Lakeland Ledger,"Citrus Mutual Changes Gears on Ridge,"
Article in Tampa Tribune, "Polk Supports Water District Change."
Letter re possible boundary changes between SFWMD and SWFWMD
Letter re Resolution No. 668 and Peace River Basin Boards'
HILLSBOROUGH RIVER BASIN and ALAFIA RIVER BASIN
HANDWRITTEN NOTES
RESOLUTIONS ESTABLISHING/AMENDING BASIN BOUNDARIES
HILLSBOROUGH RIVER BASIN Resolution No. 409
HILLSBOROUGH RIVER BASIN Resolution No. 391
NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY BASIN Resolution No. 390
PEACE RIVER BASIN Resolution No. 54
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Boundaries
Certificate of Board of Governors
WITHLACOOCHEE RIVER BASIN AND CRYSTAL-RIVER - HOMOSASSA RIVER BASIN Resolution
Agreement re LAKE APOPKA RECREATION AND WATER CONSERVATION AND CONTROL AUTHORITY
Agreement re THE OKLAWAHA BASIN RECREATION AND WATER CONSERVATION AND CONTROL AUTHORITY
River and Harbor Act of 1962
Jurisdictional dispute/Lake Marion/Connecting Canals
Letter re: Withdrawal of application
Letter re: Florida Power & Light's application
Letter with data from the U. S. Geological Survey
Memo re: Permit application by Florida Power & Light
Letter re: Requirement of Fla. Stat. 373
Memo re: Approval of Permit #72-110 of Florida Power & Light
Memo re: Report/Water Supply Study
Letter re: Requirement by Fla. Stat. 373
Important Facts On The Florida Power and Light
Letter re: Application for a permit
Chairman's Message, signed by Clifford Barnhart
NWFWMD. Minutes of Governing Board
Newspaper article by Susan DeFord, "Water-Management district cuts staff."
Newspaper article by Mike Thomas, "Land buying tops water district's $20.9."
SWFWMD Memo re Refund of Homestead Exemption Trust Funds
Newspaper article by Randy Loftis, "Water district tries to quell bond fight."
Aerial photo
Lock & dam construction completed
Lock & dam
Lock & dam
Notice of Public Hearing re Weeki Wachee River
Certification of Administrative Rules Filed with the Secretary of State
Affidavit re Emergency Rule 357 - 0.01 of SWFWMD
Amendment to Rule 357 - 0.01. Purpose is to recognize the addition of Weeki Wachee River
SWFWMD Governing Board declared the Weeki Wachee River
Certification of Administrative Rules Filed with the Secretary of State
Rule describing a new application for permit
Permit Application Procedure
Certification of Administrative Rules Filed with the Secretary of State
Amendment to Rule 357 -1.01(1) to amend the rule to clarify the named works of the District
Water Boundary Change Gets Commission Support
Maps for Highlands County and Polk County
Letter requesting clarification from Florida Citrus Mutual
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual
Letter to Florida Citrus Mutual regarding their Proposed Regulations
Letter to Florida Citrus Mutual responding to Aug. 10th letter
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual new Ridge Area be established
Newspaper article in the Haines City Herald
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual requesting information
Newspaper article in Winter Haven News-Chief
Newspaper article in Haines City Herald, "Gold Coast Wants Our Water and Money."
Letter requesting information relating to Editorial in Haines City Herald
Letter to Florida Citrus Mutual indicating time frame
Newspaper article in Highlander
Letter expressing appreciation to SWFWMD
Newspaper article in Highlander, "Ridge to be Included in Peace Drainage Basin."
Letter responding to Resolution by the Board of Directors of Florida Citrus Mutual
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual to SWFWMD
Ridge Basin Board Sought
Newspaper article in Tampa Tribune
Florida Chamber of Commerce Environmental Statement
Memorandum from Department of Natural Resources
City of Melbourne's Comments
Letter from Container Corporation of America
Letter from Florida Defenders of the Environment
Letter from an attorney writing on behalf of Pinellas County Commission
Memorandum to Governor Graham
Economic Impact Statement
State working on policy to protect waters
Letter to Executive Director Joint Committee
Evidentiary Evaluation, Cosme-Odessa Well Field
Memorandum to Governing Board re CUP Files
Notice for Continued Public Hearing for CUP Applications
Letter re three separate petitions for referral of CUP applications
WCRWSA vs. SWFWMD vs. Ben Hill
WCRWSA vs. SWFWMD vs. Ben Hill
In Re: CUP Applications
Notice that recent pumpage data have exceeded permitted monthly average
Evidentiary Evaluation, Renewal of CUP No. 200004
Consumptive Use Permit
New Consumptive Use Permit Application Form
Letter enclosing copies of types of permits
Memorandum re permit procedures
Proposed simplified Instructions and Consumptive Use Application Form
Memorandum regarding SWFWMD Public Hearings
SWFWMD Consumptive Use Permit issued to Bardmoor Properties #7500073
SWFWMD Consumptive Use Permit issued to Marcus G. Williamson #7500074
SWFWMD Consumptive Use Permit issued to Hillsborough County - WG Corp. #7500081
SWFWMD Consumptive Use Permit issued to American Orange Corporation, #7500112
SWFWMD Consumptive Use Permit issued to Trial One #7500010
House Bill No. 17-14: flood control districts
Handwritten notes regarding changes to FS ch 378.
Legislation sought in previous years
Letter from State Representative T. Terrell Sessums
CS for HB 17-A relating to flood control districts
Handwritten notes outlining SWF Needs
Typewritten document: Section 1, Chapter 378, Florida Statutes
SWFWMD Summary of WRDA Requests Fiscal Year 1973-74
An Act relating to flood control districts
Bill to be entitled An Act relating to flood control districts
Handwritten amendment to A bill
An act relating to the Lower Gulf Coast Watershed Basin
Section (d) SWFWMD boundary descriptions
A bill to be entitled An act relating to the five water management districts
A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Administrative Procedure Act
A bill to be entitled An act relating to the water management districts
A bill to be entitled Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida
A bill similar to above bill with some changes
South Florida Water Management District
A bill describing boundaries of St. Johns Water Management Distric
Chief Hydrologist. "On Hillsborough County's Water Supply Situation, "
Chief Hydrologist. "Ways and Means of Increasing Our Natural Water Crop,"
Chief Hydrologist. "What Kind of Water Is Where And How It Varies In Place And Time"
Chief Hydrologist. The challenge of supplying water
Chief Hydrologist. "Water Problems in Southwest Florida Water Management District."
Chief Hydrologist. Limited quantities of water in Florida for our use.
Chief Hydrologist. Water levels in large parts of the SWFWMD District
Newspaper article in The Tampa Times by Dane Sumberg
Newspaper article in The Tampa Times by Abby Kaighin
Newspaper article in The Tampa Times by Richard Dodge
Letter enclosing a copy of M. R. Stierheim's memo
Handwritten notes and chart relating to demands and needs of Pinellas
Memo to File re SWFWMD - Water Shortage
Handwritten notes from meeting
Letter from Black, Crow & Eidsness, Inc
Agreement between Board of County Commissioners
Letter to Mayors of 18 cities in Pinellas County
Memo to Administrators in Pinellas County
Resolution Consenting to Acquisition of Railroad Company
Letter addressed to Pinellas County Water System
Regional board seeks special water rules
Newspaper editorial in The Tampa Tribune
Newspaper article by Jim Dawkins in The Tampa Tribune
West Coast Water Supply is building a power base
WCRWSA. "FY 1975-1976 Report.
Letter to SWFWMD providing response to a question
Newspaper Editorial in The Tampa Tribune
Letter to SWFWMD advising that WCRWSA consummated the agreements
WCRWSA letter to City Attorney
Letter from WCRWSA to Colonel Don A. Wisdom
Consumptive Use Permit Granted to Pinellas County Water system
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Consumptive Use Permit granted to West Coast Regional Water Supply authority
Consumptive Use Permit granted to Pinellas County Water System
Hillsborough County Utilities Dept. Consumptive Use Permit Application No. 27704273
Consumptive Use Permit granted to Hillsborough County Utilities Dept
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority Application No. 27703650
Consumptive Use Permit granted to Coast Regional Water supply Authority
City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application
Consumptive Use Permit granted to City of St. Petersburg
SWFWMD Resolution: Realigning The Boundaries Of The Peace River Basin
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Copies of comments from the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Letter with comments from the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Letter with comments from the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Letter enclosing a memorandum
Comments printed in the Florida Water Users Association Newsletter
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Comments on the Jan. 16, 1981 draft of the Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Criticism greets new water policy
Memorandum relating details of the State Water Policy Meeting
Memorandum from Northwest Florida Water Management District
Newspaper article by Ron Cunningham
Letter to Florida Cattlemen's Association
Memorandum detailing the West Coast Regional Water Supply
Memorandum re the 17-40 Workshop
Department of Environmental Regulation
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Notice of Application for Renewal of Consumptive Use Permit #20004
Letter responding to Consumptive Use Permit
Letter dated April 23, 1979 indicating an error
Letter dated April 13, 1979 to City of St. Petersburg
Notice to City of St. Petersburg
Memorandum from City of St. Petersburg
Memorandum requesting data on elevating of the potentiometric surface
Memorandum dated June 5, 1979 requesting clarification of ambiguities
Memorandum outlining the data required for renewal of the CUPs
Letter dated Aug. 6,. 1976 enclosing Order 76-1
Notice from SWFWMD
Review of Draft Copy for new Consumptive Use Permit Application
SWF(R)'s power to establish mean low levels for ground water
Letter to Executive Director of Florida Engineering Society
Letter to Mr. Dan Boger
Memorandum concerning the response to Mr. Dan Boger
Letter to Executive Secretary of Florida Well Drillers Association
Letter responding to referred letter
Minutes of SWFWMD(R) Governing Board Meeting
Minutes of SWFWMD(R) Governing Board Meeting
Relating to Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District
Relating to Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District
Bill to be entitled An Act relating to recreational facilities
Bill to be entitled An act relating to water resources
Bill to be entitled An act relating to flood control
Bill to be entitled An act relating to water resources
Bill to be entitled An Act relating to water resources
Bill to be entitled An act relating to flood control
Bill to be entitled An act relating to eminent domain
Bill to be entitled An act relating to flood control
Map of Five Water Management Districts
Map of Florida delineating boundaries of Suwannee River WMD
SWFWMD 1976-77 Program Budget Schedule
List of known drainage districts
Memorandum to members of Committee on Natural Resources
Letter to Speaker of Fla. House of Representatives
Editorial in St. Petersburg Times
Letter requesting assistance in strengthening Legislative Bills
Newspaper article in Tampa Tribune: "Spicola Plans Water Study."
Newspaper article in Clearwater Sun "Spicola Eyes Water District Reform Laws."
Editorial in The Tampa Times, "Job for SWFWMD,"
SWFWMD takes over: Watershed study revived
Cypress Creek Swamp: Cooperation Asked for Well field
Regional well field urged to end area water issue
Controls mapped for well fields in two counties
Newspaper article in The Tampa Times
Three newspaper articles
Let's Open Up Our Wilderness Areas: Springboard for Discussion
Randolph Hodges chair Department of Natural Resources To Retire After All?
Battle shapes up in bay area on water control
A resolution expressing the policy of the Board of County Commissioners
Letter requesting public authorities to reconcile
Memorandum regarding proposal
Letter relating to Additional Supplies for Pinellas County
Memorandum re HB 1832 - Water Shortage Emergencies
Letter requesting that SWFWMD be granted an Easement
Letter from Black, Crow & Eidsness, Inc.
Letter regarding Seaboard Coast Line Railroad right-of-way in Pasco County
Memorandum with attached copy of letter
Letter indicating an interest in acquiring a right-of-way
SWFWMD Agenda, Governing Board meeting
Authority Criticized By County
Legal Notice in St. Petersburg Times re WCRWSA Tentative Budget FY 77
Letter from WCRWSA to SWFWMD about the need to work closely
Newspaper item in the Petersburg Times
Letter to SWFWMD re: Figure No. 76-123
Pinellas to Purchase Pasco Well field
Well field Purchase Decision Seen Soon
Resolution No. 76-53 Objecting to the use of Ad Valorem Taxes
Letter to WCRWSA from City of New Port Richey regarding missed meeting
In re The Operation by the City of St. Petersburg of the Cosme-Odessa Well Field
City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application
In re Pinellas County Consumptive Use Permit Application No. 27602673
Consumptive Use Permit granted to Pinellas County Water System
In re City of St. Petersburg Consumptive use Permit
Chart identifying 10 Well Fields
In The District Court of Appeal, 5th District, Florida
In the Circuit Court of the 5th Judicial Circuit, Hernando County
Memorandum in Support of Defendants' Motion to Strike
Memorandum stating that errors in the January 14, 1981
Memorandum from the Department of Environmental Regulation
Brief paragraph in The Tampa Tribune
Paragraph from Minutes of the SWFWMD Governing Board
Letter commenting on the proposed state water policies
Letter advising Florida Citrus Mutual
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual
Memorandum from the Department of Environmental Regulation
Letter from the Department of Environmental Regulation
Letter from the Department of Environmental Regulation
Newspaper article by Robert Kapler
Letter to Chairman, Board of County Commissioners
Letter enclosing the latest draft of the State Water Policy
City of St. Petersburg v. Southwest Florida Water Management District
Memorandum from SWFWMD Executive Director
Memorandum attachment #1: Transcript of Examination
Memorandum attachment #2. Recommendations of staff
Draft SWFWMD-R Resolution
Public hearing on order to City of St. Petersburg
Letter to Assistant City Attorney
Letter to SWFWMD General Counsel
Letter to Assistant City Attorney of St. Petersburg
Letter to SWFWMD requesting the status of the action
Letter to Board Counsel
Letter To Board Counsel
Letter to SWFWMD from City of St. Petersburg
Letter to City of St. Petersburg
Letter to SWFWMD authorizing the Chief of Water Resources Division
Letter from a citizen requesting SWFWMD
Minutes of SWFWMD(R) Governing Board Meeting
Minutes of SWFWMD(R) Governing Board Meeting
Legal responsibility of contractors, subcontractors, lessors and lessees
Letter to L. M. Blain re: Legal responsibility of contractors
Handwritten letter to SWFWMD
Letter to L. M. Blain requesting advice
Letter to Dean Frank Maloney
Letter to L. M. Blain thanking him
Letter advising that the SWFWMD Well Driller Bond
Letter to SWFWMD(R)
Bill to be entitled An act relating to flood control
Announcement of work session
Letter to SWFWMD Governing Board
Letter to Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District
Letters from Sumter County Recreation
Letter enclosing copy of a bill that requires SWFWMD
Letter to SWFWMD enclosing proposed bill
Memorandum to Florida House of Representatives
Memorandum to Hillsborough County Legislative Delegation
Handwritten notes: "Needed Legislation."
A bill to be entitled An act relating to the regulation of irrigation wells
A segment of a bill forming a sub-district
A bill to be entitled An act relating to watershed basin
Memorandum to Pinellas and Hillsborough Delegation Members
Letter enclosing copy of House Bill 2791
House Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Section 14
Spicola urges weighted water vote law
A bill to be entitled An act relating to water management districts
SWFWMD Inter-Office Memorandum
Pinellas, Dade to seek changes in water laws
Northwest County Lake Link Asked
Newspaper article in The Tribune
State of Florida, Executive Department, Proclamation of the Governor
Letter to Honorable Bruce A. Smathers
SWFWMD letter to Utilities Director, New Port Richey
SWFWMD letter to Atty. Roy M. Speer re Water Shortage Order No. 75-9D
Memorandum regarding Governing Board Meeting on Aug. 13, 1975
Procedural Steps in Continuation of Hearing on Water Shortage
SWFWMD Declaration of Water Shortage
Memorandum re Governing Board Meeting
Letter to SWFWMD re oral conversation
Memorandum re acquiring the right of way from SCR
Memorandum re Regional Water Supply
Memorandum re Staff Level Meeting
Letter enclosing draft copy of an agreement
Draft agreement between SWFWMD
Draft agreement between SWFWMD
County Taxes to Help Thirsty Bay Area Cities
Letter to SWFWMD from WCRWSA
Letter to SWFWMD from WCRWSA re the FY 1976 and 1977 Budget
Newspaper article by Charles Patton in St. Petersburg Times
Letter to SWFWMD announcing the next regular meeting
Head of water agency calls for cooperation
Letter from WCRWSA requesting a copy of the Ernst and Ernst audit
Letter to L. M. Blain enclosing draft copies of the minutes of the Governing Board
Newspaper item in Tampa Tribune, "2 Water Boards Agree to Help Pay for Survey."
Letter to the Pasco Tribune Bureau Chief commenting on statements
Defendants' Motions To Strike
Memorandum In Support of Defendants' Motion To Strike
Order
Summons
Notice of Hearing
Petition For Permanent Injunction For A Writ Of Mandamus
Memorandum To: Peace River Basin Board Members
Memorandum To: Pinellas-Anclote River Basin Board Members
Memorandum to: Withlacoochee River Basin Board Members
Open letter to Basin Boards regarding SWFWMD Governing Board's action
Letter from the Department of Environmental Regulation
Letter of information and review of Proposed State Water Policy
Letter confirming meeting scheduled for January 6, 1981
Letter advising the Department of Environmental Regulation
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Memorandum to Water Management Board Chairman
Memorandum to Governing Board members
Memorandum suggesting deletions and additions
Memorandum outlining discussions at the WCRWSA meeting
Memorandum attaching a copy of staff's latest draft
Letter from Public Utilities Director
Newspaper article by Gil Klein
Internal memo re: City of St. Petersburg v. SWFWMD
Memo in re Florida Audubon or Sierra
Agreement between SWFWMD and SWFWMD-R
Index, including Transcripts, Exhibits
Letter requesting allowing Pinellas County to appear as amicus curiae
Stipulation for Appearance of Pinellas County
Letter re Motion for Permission to File Brief
Comments concerning Petition for Writ of Certiorari
SWFWMD Regulatory Reports
Memorandum on Governing Board Meeting
Memorandum announcing Public Hearing
Newspaper article: "Keep water formula,"
Memorandum identifying the 1974 Regulatory Order
Memo that staff will recommend the present regulatory levels
Application of City of St. Petersburg
Keystone Park Civic Association
Letter from City of St. Petersburg about advertising its application
Letter from City of St. Petersburg applying for consumptive use permit
Recommendations on Well Drilling Advisory Committee
Letter to SWFWMD(R)) advising to note
Memo attaching a proposed revision of Bond for Well Drillers
First edition of : Bond for Well Drillers
Hydrology Invision Memo 69.1
Memo regarding Florida Well Drillers Association
Memo regarding Meeting with Polk County Well Drillers Association
Letter from the Chief Hydrologist thanking L. M. Blain for assistance
3.14 Exemptions for Certain Individual Users
Letter to Chief Hydrologist
SWFWMD Construction Data
Letter to SWFWMD requesting a map of the District
FCD Bill Author Expects Approval
Legislative Control Urged of Water Board Budgets
Two newspaper articles relating to requirement for WMD
A bill to be entitled An act relating to water management districts
A bill to be entitled An act relating to Hillsborough County
A bill to entitled An act relating to St. Petersburg
Florida House Joint Resolution proposing an amendment
A bill to be entitled An act amending Florida Water Resources Act of 1972
Letter enclosing rough draft of bill
Memorandum addressed to 13 individuals to attend a staff briefing
Letter from Guy Spicola, Senator
Pinellas bid for well field renews water war
Spicola wielding clout with water board
Letter from Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Conservation
North Florida Water Referendum Could Save South Residents Money
Letter to Suwannee River WMD regarding proposal
Two newspaper articles in Ft. Myers News Press
Hostile Audience Questions County Joining District
SWFWMD Declaration of Water Shortage
Newspaper article in The Tampa Times, "Water crisis past?"
Letter to Honorable Bruce Smathers
SWFWMD Declaration of Water Shortage
SWFWMD Proposed Orders, Declaration of Water Shortage
Letter regarding Cost of Publication of Water Shortage Declaration
Letter from Florida Department of Natural Resources
Letter to Dr. Kenneth R. Tefertiller discussing the need for more research
Letter to Honorable Bruce A. Smathers
Proposed Guidelines for Orders Under Declaration of Water Shortage
WCRWSA. Agenda and Minutes of meeting
Newspaper item in The Tampa Tribune, "Basin Board Conditionally Okays Study."
Letter to SWFWMD re Cypress Creek Well Field DRI
Regional water agency may get financial help
SWFWMD Board of Governors
Pinellas-Anclote River Basin Board
Northwest Hillsborough Basin Board
Letter from WCRWSA to SWFWMD requesting automatic distribution
WCRWSA Agenda of Meeting
Water Companies Slow With Data
Memorandum to: Coastal Rivers Basin Board Members
Memorandum to Manasota Basin Board Members re SWFWMD Governing Board's action
Memorandum to Northwest Hillsborough Basin Board Members
Memorandum to Hillsborough Basin Board Members re SWFWMD
Memorandum to Alafia River Basin Board Members re SWFWMD
Memorandum Of Law re: Question
Letter sent to all Basin Board members
Printed Statement by William G. Stubbs Jr.
Memorandum to SWFWMD Governing Board Members
Minutes of the SWFWMD Governing Board
Letter enclosing a suggested approach on Water Policy
Letters from Department of Environment Regulation
Excerpts from Governor Graham's Address
Memorandum on State Water Policies
Memorandum of observations on the draft
Memorandum requesting a meeting with DER
Letter from DER attaching initial draft of the State Water Policy
Handwritten notes on discussions of the State Water Policy
Memorandum of observations on the draft of the State Water Policy
Letter from Governor Reuben O. Askew to Charles E. Schuh
Letter to Ken Woodburn, Office of the Governor
Newspaper article by Mark Albright, "Council Alerted on Water,"
Draft Reponse prepared for the Governor
Letter from Charles E. Schuh, Mayor of St. Petersburg
Minutes of meeting presenting Jake Varn with a plan
Newspaper article, "Pasco Eyes Water Owned by Official"
City of St. Petersburg, Florida v. SWFWMD
City of St. Petersburg, Florida v. SWFWMD
City of St. Petersburg, Florida v. SWFWMD
Letter to SWFWMD objecting to issuance of CUP
Letter from Keystone Park Civic Association
Application by City of St. Petersburg for CUP
Verified Complaint and Petition
Letter opposing the grant of a CUP
Letter enclosing a copy of the Pasco County water use permit
Water Use Permit for Ground Water
Letter to law firm
Letter to law firm regarding development of a municipal well field
Letter enclosing City of St. Petersburg's application
Handwritten document 3.14 Exemptions From Permits
Statement labeled: "Maloney Suggestions"
Suggested Revision of Section 2.01.
Suggested Revision of Section 3.03
Memo to file: Prepare form of the bond
Memo stating that proposed changes will be in next draft
Proposed revisions to Draft No. 6 7-3-69
Newspaper article in Tampa Tribune
Memo re: SWFWMD-Water Regulatory District
Draft of SWFWMD(R) response
House Bill providing employees with benefits
Memorandum summarizing the Senate Natural Resources Committee meeting
Memorandum summarizing the Senate Natural Resources Committee meeting
Handwritten notes of meetings
Notice of meeting scheduled on Sept. 16, 1975
Handwritten notes for Naples Hearing
Typewritten and handwritten notes on House Sub-Committee Meetings
Agenda for the Special Subcommittee on Water Management Districts
Letter to Office of the Secretary of State
Memorandum regarding planning for a "Seminar for Legislators,"
Basin Concept Has Little Interest
Newspaper article in Naples Daily News
Newspaper article in Ft. Myers Times Press. "Basin Theory Touted"
Letter to Senator Guy Spicola regarding enforcement of Chap. 373.206
Memo attaching a list of bills
Summary of Legislative Action for SWFWMD
Bills Affecting SWFWMD
SB 553 - Comprehensive Amendments to A.P.A.
Senate - Staff Analysis and Economic Statement
A bill to be entitled An act relating to the waiver of sovereign immunity
Letter to Director, St. Petersburg Water Department
Letter to SWFWMD requesting that a part of the Alafia Basin
Memo stating that SWFWMD probably will declare water shortage
Memorandum re: Steps to Follow in Declaring Water Use Caution
County of Hillsborough Letter to SWFWMD
City of Hillsborough Memorandum advising a Request for daytime irrigation
Memorandum concerning The Tribune's error in publishing
Memorandum concerning publication of Water Shortage Ad
Operation by the County of Pinellas of the Eldridge-Wilde Well Field
Operation by the City of St. Petersburg of the Cosme-Odessa Well Field
WCRWSA Agenda and Minutes of meeting
WCRWSA Agenda and Minutes of meeting
WCRWSA Agenda and Minutes of meeting
WCRWSA Agenda and Minutes of meeting
Water Authority Revamping Starts
Letter from WCRWSA to SWFWMD
Memorandum to: District Governing Board from SWFWMD
Letter from WCRWSA to SWFWMD re: FY 1977 Budget Requirements
Newspaper Editorial in St. Petersburg Times
Letter from WCRWSA to SWFWMD re: FY 1976 Study Assistance
WCRWSA. Notice of Cancellation of the Regular Board Meeting
Letter to Guy Spicola, State Senator enclosing copy of letter from SWFWMD
Transcript "of part of discussion at Spicola's meeting Monday,"
Letter from City Attorney of City of New Port Richey
Document citing the Florida Stat. Sec. 373.113
Graham leaves his mark on reshuffled water boards
Water regulators end feud, walk Graham's tax plank
Battling water boards proclaim peace
Samson faces political damage from water board feud
Southwest Florida Water Management District officials said too many people are pumping too much water from wells
SWFWMD Notice of Joint Alafia River and Northwest Hillsborough Basin Boards
Graham Steps in and Draws the Line in SWFTMUD Turf War
Graham demands an end to water board feud
Governor dives into water board dispute
SWFWMD District Governing Board Business
Letter enclosing First Cut - State Water Policy
First cut - State Water Policy with attachments
Memorandum: Schedule for developing draft state water policy.
Newspaper article in Orlando Sentinel
Development of an Index for the District Water Management Plan
Memorandum to Water Management District Governing Board
Public hearings on the State Water Use Plan
Letter with attachment regarding the cancellation of public hearing
Public announcement of hearing on the State Water Use Plan
City of St. Petersburg, Florida v. SWFWMD
City of St. Petersburg, Florida v. SWFWMD
City of St. Petersburg, Florida v. SWFWMD
City of St. Petersburg, Florida v. SWFWMD
City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application
City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application
Pumpage from the Cosme Well Field
Pumpage from the Section 21 Well Field
City of St. Petersburg of the Cosme-Odessa Well Field
Agreement, popularly known as the 5 Party Agreement
Cypress Creek Well Field - Pasco County
Letter from the City of St. Petersburg
Letter advising that St. Petersburg's applications for 4 CUPs
Charts from Pinellas County Water System
Letter from County of Hillsborough Water Resources Department
City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application
City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application
City of St. Petersburg on Cosme-Odessa
Application of City of St. Petersburg
Letter objecting to issuance of permit
SWFWMD(R). Certification of Administrative Rules
Act relating to Water Conservation Districts
Hillsborough County Water Conservation District Regulations
SWFWMD(R) Resolution No. 268. Water Regulation District
Public Hearing Water Regulatory District
Notice of Public Hearing - Water Regulatory District
Senate Bill No. 489: providing for the control of water well drilling
Well Driller Law Pledged in '69 Legislative Session
Calendar for SB 489. General Bill, Companion HB 079.
Rules and Regulations SWFWMD (R)
Letter referencing the House Natural Resources Select Committee
Population by Counties in SWFWMD for 1970 Census
Statement for Public Hearing
Handwritten notes on House of Representatives
Letter from Chairman, Board of Governors SWFWMD
Letter from chairman, Board of Governors SWFWMD
Letter to SWFWMD requesting Finance and Accounting
Letter to Honorable Paul Nuckolls
Letter enclosing a list of WMD Governing Board members
Thank you letter to SWFWMD
Memo analyzing HB 1213 and HB 1375 dealing with per diem travel
A bill to be entitled An act relating to public officers and employees
A bill to be entitled An act relating to public officers and employees
Memo attached to a copy of a Newspaper article in the Jacksonville Times
Letter attaching a copy of a bill with suggestions
Letter enclosing a copy of House Bill 735 for information
Letter to Honorable H. Lee Moffitt suggesting that he meet with SWFWMD
Local control of water may be superseded by House bill
Letter from H. Lee Moffitt expressing regrets
Memo attaching Senate Bill 129 which repeals most taxes
Memorandum re: Savings Achieved by the Water Shortage Area Sprinkling Ban.
Memorandum re: Current Status of District Order 72-4
Handwritten notes re: Eldridge-Wilde Regulatory levels
Sprinkling and Spray Irrigation in Pinellas County, Florida
Memorandum re: Order on the Sprinkling Ban
SWFWMD Proposed Order in re: Spray Irrigation within Water Shortage Area
SWFWMD Order No. 73-1D in re: Declaration of Water Shortage
Letter enclosing Newspaper article in The Tampa Times, by Abby Kaighin
Memo to File: SWFWMD - Water Shortage
Memorandum re: Investigations of the effect of Pinellas County
Water supply studies approved
Two memoranda re WCRWSA meeting
Regional water board approves $476,962 budget
Commissioners criticize Hesse for lack of detailed water budget
WCRWSA Agenda and Minutes of meeting
WCRWSA Minutes of meeting
WCRWSA Proposed Rules
Water authority game plan urged
Water Authority To Offer de la Parte Lawyer Post
Water, money brings go-round between officials
Letter to Edmond H. Fortune, Chairman, Florida House Appropriations Committee
Memorandum re: meeting of SWFWMD
Official sees end to strict limits on water use
WCRWSA. Agenda and Minutes of Meeting.
Politics, not studies, called solution to area water problems
WCRWSA Agenda and Minutes of Meeting
Another Agency Joins List of Water Pumpers For Pasco
Regional supply discussed for water-short west Pasco
Letter from WCRWSA to SWFWMD re the Cypress Creek Agreements
WCRWSA Agenda and Minutes of Meeting
Water boards' fight, still unresolved, has homeowners paying double tax
Newspaper editorial in St. Petersburg Times "Water wars."
Letter to All County Commissioners in 16 counties in SWFWMD
Handwritten notes made by Katie Smythe at County Comm. Conf.
Notice of Water & Living Resources subcommittee of the Committee on Natural Resources
Letter to Gary W. Kuhl, Brooksville, FL
Memorandum to Governing Board Members
Newspaper article by Dan Bernstein in The Tampa Tribune
Letter to Gary W. Kuhl from L. M. Blain
Letter from Gary W. Kuhl, Executive Director SWFWMD
Letter enclosing copies of letters received by DER
Memorandum to SWFWMD
Memorandum suggesting changes to plan
Memorandum to Municipalities and Appropriate Agencies
Memorandum concerning suggested amendments to the State Water Use Plan
Newspaper article in St. Petersburg Times, by James Harper
Announcement of public hearing in Tallahassee
Letter announcing meetings of the Water Management Task Force
Letter enclosing copy of Secretary Lander's response
Letter advising of reconvening the Water Management Task Force
Operation by the City of St. Petersburg
Declaration of Water Shortage Within Parts of Pasco
Averages in MGD for St. Petersburg Water System
Cosme-Odessa Well Field
Consumptive Use Permit #200004 to West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Consumptive Use Permit Application
Well field Data System Update for East Lake
Notice of Consumptive Use Permit
Letter enclosing Hydrologists Reports for Sec. 21
Publication of Legal Notice
Newspaper article "2-year-old well field issue resolved"
Memorandum: Evidentiary Evaluation, Cosme-Odessa Well Field
Petitioners, West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Above Petitioners, Respondents, and Interveners
Above Petitioners, Respondents, and Interveners
Above Petitioners, Respondents, and Interveners
Memorandum enclosing errata lists
Above Petitioners, Respondents, and Interveners
Memorandum of notification that
Memorandum to the attorney for Interveners
Proposed Rules and Regulations for Development
Proposed Rules and Regulations for Development
Handwritten List of Witnesses at Public Hearing
Question raised about the need for the adoption
Testimony of Dean Frank E. Maloney, Holland Law Center
Statement of Clyde S. Conover for Presentation at the Public Meeting
Statement of James E. Bryan
A bill to entitled An Act elating to water wells
Proposed Rules and Regulations for Development
Proposed Rules and Regulations for Development
Handwritten notes on meeting
Letter to Mr. Hubert E. Helton
Two newspaper articles from Tampa Tribune
Newspaper article in St. Petersburg Times
Letter from Executive Director SWFWMD
Letter to Honorable Vince Fechtel
Letter to Honorable Richard H. Langley
Letter to Honorable Thomas J. Windram
Letter to Honorable Jim Glisson
Memorandum to SWFWMD Executive Director
Memo: Private property rights and challenges by land owners
Memo: Increase in benefit payments for retired members
Memo re HB 386. Homestead property tax deferral act.
Memo re HB 608. Regional planning councils and opportunity of developers to be heard
Letter re Proposed Legislation on Providing Confidentiality
Letter indicating that Labor Unions would be supporting legislation
Letter attaching copy of House Bill 392 relating to mobile homes
Panel Urges Single Water Control Plan
Letter suggesting that SWFWMD should plan for a special orientation
A bill to be entitled An act relating to environmental control
Memorandum re: Investigations of the effect of Pinellas County
Presentation to determine the effects of the pumping of water from the St. Petersburg Section 21 well field
Memorandum re: Water Shortage Area - Current Status Report
Handwritten notes: Eldridge-Wilde Regulatory levels.
Photocopies of Legal Notice of Water Shortage
SWFWMD(R) Minutes of the Meeting
Meeting explaining that SWFWMD probably will soon adopt new regulation
Water Resource Needs of Pinellas County, Position Statement
Memo re: SWFWMD(R) - Stipulations with Pinellas County Overriding Authority
An Act creating Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District
Newspaper article in St. Petersburg Times, "Rainey heads water panel."
Newspaper article by Lee Helscel and Gay Branch in The Tampa Times
Newspaper article in Tampa Tribune, "State Okays Tri-County Water Board."
Water chief hard to find in Tampa
Five sign sweet water pact
Letter enclosing Memorandum on West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Memorandum stating Areas in three counties
Letter enclosing Agreement for creation of a regional water supply authority
Letter concerning the WCRWSA agreement
Newspaper item in the Tampa Times
Letter to SWFWMD from Pasco County
Letter enclosing a list of the major well fields
Letter enclosing a copy of Resolution No. 72-80
Map of CUP and USE, Av and Pk, for 10 well fields in St. Pete - Pasco areas
District Orders: Order 72-1 (Feb. 9, 1972) Cosme-Odessa Well Field
Memorandum attaching histories of six well fields
Cosme-Odessa Well Field, City of St. Petersburg
Section 21 Well Field, City of St. Petersburg
Eldridge-Wilde Well field, Pinellas County Water system
South Pasco Well field, City of St. Petersburg
Water and Living Resources Subcommittee
Telephone message to L. M. Blain re: 5th DCA
Memorandum to LMB from TEC re: Validity of Section 11
Memorandum TEC, HSE from LMB re: Legislative Enactments
Memorandum to the Basin Board Concept File from L. M. Blain
SWFWMD Notice of Emergency Meeting
Letter from Donald R. Feaster to Gary Kuhl
SWFWMD Basin Boundaries. Map indicating 9 Basins.
Figures for FY 84 and FY85 for 8 Basins
Newspaper Column: Letters in Tampa Tribune
Newspaper article by Bob Bobroff
Newspaper article by Lorna Stock
Memorandum of concern about the procedure for adopting the State Water Use Plan by DER
Memorandum stating Secretary Landers plans
Minutes of the Meeting of the SWFWMD Board of Governors
Handwritten State Water Policy
Letters to Secretary, DER, and to Governor Graham
Memorandum describing the outcome of the public hearing on the State Water Policy
Revisions put state's water policy on ice
Water-use standards delayed
Letter to SWFWMD
Notice of Application for Consumptive Use Permits
Board of Governors Meeting Minutes
Charts with pertinent information for the Consumptive Use Permit
Letter to SWFWMD
Telegram from Bob Lester, Board of County Commissioners
Application of City of St. Petersburg
Letter from residents objecting to issuance of a permit
Telegram from Keystone Park Civic Association
Letter from Keystone Park Civic Association
Request from Intervener's attorney
Letter from Benjamin H. Hill
Notice of Referral of three cases from SWFWMD
Petition for Formal Proceedings
Petition for Formal Proceedings
Petition for Formal Proceedings
Motion to Consolidate
Order Granting Petitions for Formal Proceedings
Order Granting Petition of Benjamin H. Hill
Petition by Benjamin H. Hill
Preliminary SWFWMD(R) Water Regulatory District.
Letter from Frank E. Maloney enclosing a copy of the proposed regulation
Resolution Creating a Water Development
Compulsory Permits for Use of Surface Water
Letter to Frank E. Maloney attaching a copy of SWFWMD Resolution No. 268
Hearing to Determine Necessity for Establishment of a Water Regulatory District.
SWFWMD. Resolution No. ? Water Regulatory District
Letter from William F. Guyton to SWFWMD
Pinellas County vs. Hillsborough County
Pinellas County vs. Hillsborough County
Letter to Honorable Guy Spicola
Letter to Honorable Philip D. Lewis
Letter enclosing dates of completion of canal downstream
Letter re: Draft Environmental Statement
Letter from Department of Natural Resources to Department of the Army
Letter from Department of Natural Resources
Letter to Department of Natural Resources
etter from Department of Natural Resources to Department of the Army
Department of Natural Resources Memorandum
Letter to Department of Natural Resources
Letter to L. M. Blain attaching a copy of HB 3766 clarifying a problem on the procedure for tax refunds. Note states Bill did not pass. April 28, 1976
Foster, Charles A. and Matlock, Marty D. "History of the Clean Water Act."
Memo re Refund of paid taxes pursuant to Order of the Department of Revenue
Letter to L. M. Blain suggesting legislative change
Letter to L. M. Blain providing information on millage assessed
Water Management Basin Boards
Handwritten chart of 1974-75 Budgets
SB 1061 proposes a constitutional amendment
Florida Department of Transportation map
Map of Florida with "Proposed Funding for Coordination Prior to Transfer
An Act creating a Fresh Water Conservation Board
An Act Creating Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District
St. Petersburg Okays Cypress Creek Well field Pact
Newspaper article in The Tampa Tribune
SWF - Regional Water Supply - Watson Material
SWFWMD(R) Proposed Order in re: The Operation by the County of Pinellas
SWFWMD(R) Proposed Order in re: The Operation by the County of Pinellas
Contingencies for Alternate #1 with paragraph on measuring production
Chart on Pumpage for 4 areas
Agreement between SWFWMD and the Hillsborough River Basin Board
Newspaper article by Rick Allen and Robert Shoemaker in the Tampa Tribune
Pasco okays regional water authority pact
Water war' veterans suggested to direct regional authority
Water officials clash over monitoring levels
Letter from the Dept. of Natural Resources
Pasco Rejects Water Accord
Letter from the Department of Natural Resources
Letter from the Department of Natural Resources
Newspaper article by Robert Hooker in the St. Petersburg Times
Letter enclosing the Agreement to create WCRWSA
Cypress Creek Well field, West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Eldridge-Wilde Well Field in Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties
Tentative Water Agreement by representatives of 5 counties
Declaration of Water Shortage Within Parts of Pasco
Handwritten notes of demands
In re Operation by Pinellas County of the Eldridge-Wilde
In re The Operation by the City of Tampa of Well Field Facilities
Operation by the City of Tampa
Map of Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties
In re The Operation by the County of Hillsborough
SWFWMD. Statement by Chairman Bruce A. Samson
SWFWMD Opening Statement by Gary W. Kuhl
Statement to be Presented to The Hillsborough County Commission
Letter to The Honorable Betty Castor from Senator Pat Neal
Memorandum to SWFWMD Legislative Delegation from Gail Parsons
Memorandum to Gary W. Kuhl from Shirley S. White
SWFWMD New Release: SWFWMD Basin Boards to Hold Special Meeting
SWFWMD Memorandum to Governing Board Members
SWFWMD. Board of Governors
SWFWMD. Board of Governors. Minutes of the Meeting
Agricultural interests support strong water policy
Rules of Department of Environmental Regulation
Handwritten notes for the Water Policy Hearing
Memorandum on State Water Policy
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority Meeting
Recommended amendments by the Department
Rules of Department of Environmental Regulation
Newspaper article in Orlando Sentinel by Joseph W. Landers, Jr.
Handwritten notes on discussion of water policy revisions
Memorandum of response to legal issues
Notice of Application for a Consumptive Use Permit
Letter indicating when hearing will be held
Letter enclosing applications for consumptive use permits
Receipts for Certified Mail
Chart indicating monthly avg. for St. Petersburg Water System
Memorandum: Governing Board Meeting
Memorandum: Governing Board Meeting
Letter from Keystone Park Civic Association
Memorandum to Regulatory Division
Petition by Tom Fairfield Brown
Petitioners, Respondents, and Interveners' Notice of Referral
Letter enclosing Applications Correspondence for #200003.03
Letter of Clarification of Received Information
Letter of Request for Additional Information
Individual Water Use Permit Application #200004.01
Letter of Applications Correspondence for Nos. 200003.02
Letter of Response to District's March 8, 1993 Letter
Letter re water well survey in the area of northwest Hillsborough County
Board of County Commissioners of Hillsborough County
An act Amending Sec. 6 of Chapter 22935
Letter announcing a seminar dealing with environmental legislation
Summary of General Legislation passed in 1973
Summary of General Legislation, 1972
Land Sales
Committee Bill #5 re clerks of circuit courts
Committee Bill #6 re registering dredge equipment
Notice and Agenda of Committee on Natural Resources meeting
Notice of meeting of Committee on Natural Resources
Letter to Senator Guy Spicola soliciting his assistance
Letter inviting Honorable W. E. "Bill" Fulford
Copies of Laws: Ch. 74-287 (House Bill No. 3120)
A bill to be entitled An act relating to eminent domain
Handwritten notes suggesting constitutional amendments to change
SWFWMD position statement by the Governing Board
Letter to Honorable Philip D. Lewis congratulating his appointment
Letter accepting Legislative service
A Clear and Present Danger, The Pinellas Water Crisis
Letter from Department of Natural Resources to President
Maps of Florida with forms indicating millage rate
L. M. Blain's note calculating the amount of millage
Form for amending law for all water management purposes
Form for amending law for all water management purposes
Form for amending law for all water management purposes
Form for amending law for all water management purposes
Form for amending law for all water management purposes
Proposed Committee Bill to be considered together with proposed CS/SB 2104 and CB/SJR 1061
A bill to be entitled An act relating to a special election
Proposed CS/SJR 1061, providing for the electorate
Agreement between SWFWMD and SWFWMD(R)
Memorandum re Reflections on questions remaining after the Pinellas County Hearing
Letters to and from the Honorable Terrell Sessums
Agreement between Mr. W. H. Martin
Memorandum re: Current Status of District Order 72-4
Average Monthly Pumpage Chart of 4 areas
Pinellas well field needs may be less than expected
Graph of Hydrologic Data from Selected Well Fields
Graph of Water Table in Surficial Aquifer in Selected Well Fields
Agreement between SWFWMD and Hillsborough River Basin Board
Letter from Board of County Commissioners in Pinellas County
Newspaper item in The Tampa Tribune, "Pasco, Pinellas Approve Cypress Creek Agreement."
Newspaper article by Robert Hooker and Susan Denley in St. Petersburg Times
Presentation at SWFWMD Workshop, West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Letter requesting documentary material for land purchasing
Water board may seek another Pasco well field
Memorandum re: Executed Agreements Between WCRWSA with Pinellas County
Letter providing copy of the Nov. 1973 Cypress Creek Agreement.
Letter to SWFWMD requesting details regarding user contributions
Board take step toward ending water squabble
In re The Operation by the County of Hillsborough
In re The Operation by the City of St. Petersburg of the Cosme-Odessa Well Field
Memorandum re Water Supply and Transmission Facilities
Letter concerning the relationship between SWFWMD
Letter re renewal of applications for consumptive use permits
Letter questioning the authority of SWFWMD
Well Field Regulation - What Have We Done So Far? by J. D. Hardin
Map of Location of Major Water Supply Facilities in Tri-County Area
Letter clarifying the permitting procedures for test and monitor wells
In re: West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
SWFWMD Board of Governors
Letter to Senate Natural Resources Committee
SWFWMD Combining the Crystal-Homosassa River Basin
SWFWMD Combining the Crystal-Homosassa River Basin
SWFWMD Green Swamp Basin
SWFWMD Resolution No. 601: Establishing Coordination with the Manasota Basin
SWFWMD Manasota Basin Description
SWFWMD Realigning the Boundaries of the Oklawaha River Basin
Oklawaha River Basin: Portion located within Orange County
SWFWMD Realigning the Boundaries of the Oklawaha River Basin
Memorandum on State Water Policy - Land Owner's Rights
Memorandum on Riparian Consumptive Uses
Memorandum on State Water Policy
Memorandum on State Water Policy Meeting
Memorandum re: Chapter 17-40 F. A. C.
Modifications proposed to Hearing Draft
Memorandum on the Economic Impact of State Water Policy
Newspaper article in Sentinel-Star by Charlie Jean
Letter to St. Johns River WMD Governing Board
Memorandum to Governor Graham on the proposed Water Policy
Memorandum on History, Analysis, Status, and Future Responsibility of E-100
Letter re: Application of City of St. Petersburg
Staff Recommendation on Cosme
Letter enclosing Order 74-118 of Stipulations of Public Hearing
Operation by the City of St. Petersburg of the Cosme-Odessa Well Field
re withdrawal of amount of water from well
Application of City of St. Petersburg
WCRWS Authority vs. SWFWMD v. Benjamin H. Hill
Newspaper article in 'Tampa Tribune by G. H. Klein
Order granting petitions for formal proceedings
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority vs. Freeman F. Polk
Letter enclosing a CUP Questionnaire
Instructions for Filing Application for Permit.
Do You Need a Consumptive Use Permit?
SWFWMD Application for Permit.
SWFWMD Consumptive Use Permit
Notice of Application for a Consumptive Use Permit
SWFWMD Consumptive Use Permit Application
SWFWMD Consumptive Use with Terms and Conditions
Notice of Natural Resources and Conservation Committee
Notice of Natural Resources and Conservation Committee
Notice of Natural Resources and Conservation Committee
Notice of Senate Natural Resources and Conservation
Notice of Senate Natural Resources and Conservation Committee
Committee Substitute for SB 1164, Chap. 73-190
Brief description of SB 1164 and companion Bill 1842
Senate Bill 1202, authorizing the payment of rewards
Senate Bill 1316 and HB 1823: flood control districts
SB 1264 and HB 1858: Water Management Districts governing boards establishing new procedures
Florida Attorney General's Opinion
Newspaper article in Sentinel Star, Orlando
Florida Audubon Society Opposes Proposed Constitutional Amendment
Hernando Water Control Proposed
Paper by Frank Caldwell addressing constitutional amendment issues
SWFWMD Resolution Expressing the Board's Position
Unidentified law dated 4-75
A bill to be entitled An act relating to water management districts
Fulford Likes House Maverick Role
Newspaper article in St. Petersburg Times by Robert Hooke
Special election is to be held in connection with the Presidential Preference Primary election
A bill to be entitled An act relating to a special election
A bill to be entitled An act relating to a special election
U. S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Rain
U. S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Water of the World
U. S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey. Water Conservation
U. S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey
Parker, Gerald G. "How Much Water - How Many People - How Much Time,"
Walt Wetterhall, District Hydrologist. "District Launches Operation QWIP"
A Lay Guide to Water Crop and Consumptive Use Concepts
Memorandum re: Average and Maximum Pumping Rates
Memorandum re SWFWMD Board of Governors Special Work Session
Memo to Board of County Commissioners from the County Administrator
Memorandum to Board of County Commissioners
Statement re: Proposed Gulf Coast Water Production Authority
Proposed Stipulation between SWFWMD
Map of New Water Mains in Starkey Well Field
Newspaper article in St. Petersburg Times
Notice of Meeting at the request of Pinellas County
Notice of Meeting of The Hillsborough River Basin Board
Newspaper Editorial, "Everybody Wins in This Water Pact."
Water Authority Accepts Control Of Well field
Are pay-by-the-gallon water bills in future?
News Briefs in The Tampa Tribune, "Cypress Creek Well field Transferred."
Memorandum re: Cypress Creek Well field Turn Over to WCRWSA
Newspaper article by Rick Allen in Tampa Tribune
WCRWSA met in emergency session on Oct. 29, 1976
WCRWSA Agenda and Minutes of Meeting
WCRWSA Tentative Agenda meeting of Nov. 10, 1976
Letter to SWFWMD relating concerns about issuing permits
SWFWMD Consumptive Use Permit
Authentication of publishing SWFWMD's Notice of Applications
Notice of Applications for Consumptive Use Permits in Levy County
Column in the Citrus County Chronicle, entitled "Good advice,"
Editorial in Tampa Tribune, "Water Cooperation, or War?"
City of New Port Richey Consumptive Use Permit
Consumptive Use Permit granted to City of New Port Richey
Consumptive Use Permit Application No. 27804391
Consumptive Use Permit granted to Pinellas County Water system
Consumptive Use Permit Application No. 27804391
Oklawaha River Basin: Portion located within Orange County
SWFWMD Resolution Realigning the Boundaries
SWFWMD: Portion of the Oklawaha River Basin located with Marion County
SWFWMD. That portion of the Oklawaha Basin located within Lake County
That portion of the Oklawaha Basin located within Orange County
SWFWMD Resolution No. 599 Establishing Coordination with the SJWMD
SWFWMD Resolution Realigning Boundaries
SWFWMD Peace Basin Boundary Description
SWFWMD Waccasassa River Basin Resolution
Portion of the Waccasassa River Basin Located within Gilchrist County
Portion of the Waccasassa River Basin Located within Levy County
SWFWMD Realigning the Boundaries of the Withlacoochee River Basin
Portion of the Withlacoochee River Basin Located within Hernando County
Portion of the Withlacoochee River Basin Located within Citrus County
Portion of the Withlacoochee River Basin Located within Levy County
Portion of the Withlacoochee River Basin Located within Marion County
Portion of the Withlacoochee River Basin Located within Sumter County
Portion of the Withlacoochee River Basin Located within Pasco County
SWFWMD Withlacoochee River Basin
Boundary Description of that portion of the Withlacoochee River Basin
A bill to be entitled An act relating to water management boundaries of districts
Proposal No. 5, A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Water Resources Act of 1972
A bill to be entitled An act relating to the Florida Water Resources Act of 1972
Statement from SWFWMD: Problems related to implementation on July 1, 1975
Letter from Brevard County Board of County Commissioners to L. M. Blain
Resolution 74-65 relating to the requirements of the Water Resources Act of 1972
Memorandum re Resolution requesting SWFWMD Governing Board Endorsement
Where Are Proper Boundaries of Withlacoochee Basin?
SWFWMD. Schedule of Estimated Valuations and Tax Levy
Letter from Harmon W. Shields re transfer of territories
1972 Regular Session. Ch. 72-317. Environmental Land and Water Management Act of 1972. 2p.
Memo from Florida Land Council to Chuck Littlejohn supporting him as chairman of the EESC. Oct. 10, 1986. 1p.
Letters of congratulations to three appointees to the EESC from L. M. Buddy Blain. Oct. 8, 1986. 3p.
Letters from L. M. Blain thanking twelve individuals for their efforts in urging his appointment to the EESC. Oct. 8, 1986. 12p.
Bulletin dated October 1, 1986 announcing the appointments to the EESC. 1p.
Letter from Governor Bob Graham's office thanking L. M. Blain for his interest in an appointment to the EESC and advising him of the Governor's decisi
Memo to General File indicating that L. M. Blain had been recommended to Jon Mills for appointment to the EESC. Aug. 14, 1986. 1p.
Letter enclosing Questionnaire for Executive Appointments completed by L. M. Blain. Aug. 2, 1986. 8p.
Letter to Speaker of the House of Representatives, James H. Thompson, recommending L. M. Blain be appointed to the EESC. July 11, 1986. 1p.
Letter from The Florida Chamber recommending appointment of Chuck Littlejohn and Terry Lewis to the EESC. July 3, 1986. 2p.
Affidavit of John D. Cook stating WCRWSA condemned one acre of his citrus grove
WCRWSA and Pinellas County v. SWFWMD
Petition for Administrative Determination of the Invalidity of Rules
Water agency abandons quest to limit ground-water pumping
Work Session on Consumptive Use Permitting Rule Criteria
Newspaper article in St. Petersburg Times
Supplier wins round in water rule fight
Bay area water supplier wins round over killing regulation
Water pumping limits thrown out
Blame for death of well-pumping bill
Opening Statement for Public Hearing Aug. 6,. 1981 on Implementation of Lake Levels in the Peace River Basin. 2p.
Opening Statement for Public Hearing for March 23, 1982 on Implementation of Lake Levels in Highlands County Within the Peace River Basin Under Chapte
Opening Statement for Public Hearing Scheduled For December 9, 1982, on implementation of Lake Levels for Lake Tarpon within the Pinellas-Anclote Rive
Memorandum to Governing Board from L. M. Blain re: Lake Levels, which require that every lake to be regulated must be considered in public hearings,
Fla. Laws. Ch. 78-425 Sec. 120.54: Rulemaking; adoption procedures. 6p.
Governing Board Minutes of Meeting re: Lake Level Hearing Procedures. Jan. 11, 1983. 1p.
Governing Board Minutes of Meeting re: Lake Levels. June 6, 1978. 1p.
Governing Board Minutes of Meeting re:Lake Level Studies. April 5, 1978. 1p.
Governing Board Minutes of Meeting re: Hearing on Amendments to Rules and Regulations. March 1, 1978. 1p.
Memorandum re: Lake Level Rule Adoption with Outline of existing procedures and Project history. Jan. 24, 1980. 3p.
Northwest Florida Water Management District. Proposed: Department of Environmental Regulation Policy on Land Acquisition Matching Requirement Under th
SWFWMD Water Management Land Acquisition - Five Year Plan, Draft October 15, 1981. 5p.
SWFWMD. Handwritten chart for Green Swamp Flood Detention Area for 1980 - 1990 (9 years), including Purchase No., Acreage, Cost Per Acre, Estimated Co
Letter from Pinellas Park Water Management District to Pinellas-Anclote River Basin Board, SWFWMD, requests to be included in consideration of suitabl
Memorandum to Governing Board from Office of Counsel re: Five Year Plan for expenditure of documentary stamp tax monies. September 10, 1981. 5p.
Letter from Florida Department of Natural Resources to Chairman, SWFWMD Board of Governors re: removal of the Green Swamp Project from and Recreation
Letter from SWFWMD Chief, Real Estate Section to L. M. Blain enclosing a copy of the latest draft of the proposed land acquisition priorities with ma
SWFWMD Land Acquisition under the "Save Our Rivers" Program with map and chart. Draft of April 21, 1981. 5p.
Memorandum re summary of activities by the other water management districts in response to a call regarding priorities and problems facing the distric
Memorandum in response to a request for a listing and short description of major problems and policy decisions facing the District -- both in the shor
Consumptive Use Permit Application, LaMonte Shimberg Corporation
Application of LaMonte-Shimberg Corporation
Application for Consumptive Use Permits
Hearings on Consumptive Use Permits
supplying hearing officers and applicable rules for conduct of hearings
Scheduling hearings on consumptive use permits
Memorandum to Jay Ahern re CUP Hearings
Application Form for Consumptive Use Permit
Handwritten notes on procedures
Consumptive Use Permit Hearings
Letter to Charles B. Littlejohn recommending discussions for the October 26th meeting
Letter from Charles B. Littlejohn canceling meeting on October 26
Deadline for completion of the draft standardization of Water Management District rules
Letter to Charles B. Littlejohn re the respective rules by District
Letter to Charles B. Littlejohn re: further information on dates of meetings and for deadlines and commitments
Northwest Florida Water Management District
Water Management Rules - Uniformity
Letter from Joseph W. Landers with the draft of the standardized rule format
Matrix for Water Management District Rules
Letter from SWFWMD re anticipating amending Rule 40D-2.381
Memorandum re meeting on June 23, 1981
Memorandum re: State Water Policy
Rule Review Process under Rule 17-40.10
Memorandum re: State Water Policy
Development of Water Policy in Works
Memorandum re: State Water Policy Public Hearing
Letter to Victoria Tschinkel re the Water Policy
Memorandum regarding a letter written by J. T. Griffiths
Proposed Policy Statement on Prosperity Rights
Five suggested versions of property rights in the use of water
Withlacoochee River Basin
Letter to County Property Appraisers in 4 counties
Letter to Orange County Property Appraiser re: SWFWMD Resolution No. 653
Letter to Gilchrist County Property Appraiser re: SWFWMD Resolution No. 654
Letter to Dept. of Revenue, Division of Ad Valorem Taxes
Letter to Clerk of Circuit court, Gilchrist County
Letter to Clerk of Circuit Court, Citrus County, re: Resolution No. 656
Letter to Marion County Property Appraiser re: SWFWMD Resolution No. 655
Letter to Marion County Property Appraiser re: SWFWMD Resolution No. 653
Letter to Lake County Property Appraiser re: SWFWMD Resolution No. 653
Letter from Warren Hyten concerning transfer of Upper Basin of the St. Johns River
Letter enclosing summary of problems associated with the Water Resources Act of 1972
Letter providing budget and expenditure information
Memorandum from SWFWMD to Florida Dept. of Natural Resources
Letter attaching information pertaining to the SWFWMD territories
SWFWMD Memorandum re Problems for Consideration
Letter re Release from Contract dated 9-26-72
Water Management Districts, Corps of Engineers
Letter requesting copy of Quarterly Meeting of Water Management Districts
Memorandum re: Joint Meeting with Water Management Districts
CS for CS for SB978. Sec. 16 (1). This section may be cited as the "Environmental Efficiency Act of 1986." 2p.
HJR 1279 (1988), A joint resolution proposing as amendment to Section 9 of Article VII and the creation of Section 20 of Article XII of the State Cons
HJR 1280 (1988), An act relating to water resources; amending s.373.503, F.S.; increasing the millage that may be levied by the Northwest Florida Wate
HR 1281 (1988), A bill to e entitled An act relating to water management; amending s. 373.036, F.S.; adding elements for consideration by the Departme
Letter from Governor Bob Martinez to L. M. Blain of thanks for dedication as a member of the EESC. June 17, 1988. 1p.
Letter to L. M. Blain requesting copies of the EESC Committee Report. May 21, 1988. 1p.
Message sent to Buddy Blain transmitting copy of a Resolution considered by the Governor and Cabinet and deferred to allow for a fuller examination of
Letter from John M. DeGrove thanking L. M. Blain for his note re efforts on EESC. 1p.
Transmission from Chuck Littlejohn to Buddy Blain enclosing copies of "Getting less tough with developers," St. Petersburg Times. Dec. 20, 1987; and i
EESC Chronology. October 31 - December 12; January 8 - December 11; January 8 - June 1. (no year stated) 2p.
Memorandum from John T. Allen, Jr. "To All Counsel,"
Letter to Clerk of the 1st D.C.A.
Minutes of Governing Board, April 26, 1988, relating to RULEMAKING
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual enclosing copy of its Proposed Findings
Newspaper Editorial in St. Petersburg Times, "Fair play for public water"
Florida Phosphate Council, Inc., et al. v. WCRWSA
Letter from Bram Canter to Division of Administrative Hearings re Case No. 88-0693R enclosing a copy of SWFWMD's Proposed Findings of Fact, Conclusion
"Water district goes astray." 1p. (Source not identified.)
Memorandum addressed to File: Schedule for Disposition of Rule Challenge. April 14, 1988. 1p.
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual to Clerk of 5th DCA re: Florida Phosphate Council, Inc., SWFWMD, and Florida Citrus Mutual v. WCRWSA. Docket No. 88-
Lower Hillsborough Reservoir Multiple Use Concept; Primary and Secondary uses. 1p.
SWFWMD. Map of Proposed Cypress Creek Flood Detention Area. March 15, 1974. 8.5 x 11in.
Proposed Opening Statement for Public Hearing on Proposed Rule Setting. 2p.
Suggested Items for Consideration. 1p.
Procedure set out in Florida Statutes 120.54 and Chapter 28-3, Florida Administrative Code, for Adopting rules. 2p.
Outline of Existing Procedures for Lake Level Rule Adoption. Jan. 20, 1983. 3p.
Mr. Stubbs' Opening Remarks at the 1 - 18 -83 Inverness Meeting on Lake Level Adoption. Jan 20, 1983. 1p.
Memorandum re replacing items on the Outline of Existing Procedures for Lake Level Rule Adoption. Jan. 18, 1983. 1p.
Memorandum re: Outline of Existing Lake Level Procedure, attached. Jan. 20, 1983. 2p.
Letter concerning changes in District policies and procedures on lake levels. Dec. 23, 1983. 2p.
Fla. Adm. Code Ch. 28-2: Agenda and Scheduling of Meetings and Workshops, and Ch. 40D-0 Rulemaking Proceeding. 5p..
SWFWMD Board Policy. To establish guidelines for providing legal services to the District Governing Board and staff.Revised. Jan. 12, 1983. 3p.
Letter to Northwest Hillsborough Basin Board and Chairman of SWFWMD Board of Governors from the Co-Chairman Ex Officio of the Pinellas-Anclote River B
Description of the major problems and policy decisions facing the District
SWFWMD Problems and Policy Decisions Listing. 1p.
SWFWMD. Problems and Policy Decisions Listing Relationship with State Water Policy. May 4, 1981. 4p.
Status of Land Management Programs. Published in Quarterly Review. July - September 1992. 6p.
SFWMD Report on SOR Acquisition. June, 1992. 10p.
Letter from L. M. Blain enclosing the Policy and Administrative Directive, reorganizing the legal division of SWFWMD, Policy No. 211-006 and Directiv
Legal Service Agreement Between SWFWMD and Blain and Cone, P.A. October 1, 1979. 6p.
Legislation sought in years previous to 1973 and Other Legislation for 1973. 2p.
Letter from Florida Senator Ray C. Knopke to SWFWMD re proposed legislation should relate clearly to the responsibility and authority of SWFWMD for m
Improvement of Water Quality Through a Cooperative Well Plugging Program
Status and Background of the Quality Water Improvement Program
QWIP/Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service
Project officials trying to locate abandoned wells
SWFWMD Handwritten Memorandum re: wells
Memorandum Internal query
QWIP Program
Memorandum re: Inspection of QWIP Repaired Well
Memorandum re Inspection Program for QWIP Repaired Wells
Well Survey, QWIP Program
Letter from SWFWMD re anticipating amending Chapters 40D-2.381, 40D-6.091 & 40D-6.301
Letter to Ms. Liz Cloud re Rule 40D-4.301(4) typographical error
A solution to the problem re renumbering the "Water Crop" rule
No changes were made to the SWFWMD rules pursuant to a hearing
Memorandum re Recodification of SWFWMD Rules
Letter to Zane Leeper enclosing a copy of WFWMD's request for delegation
Memorandum: Certification of Chapter 40D-2 of SWFWMD Rules
Letter to Ms. Liz Cloud from L. M. Blain submitting three sets of amended rules
Notice of Withdrawal of Proposed Rule 16J-2.11(3)
Revision of page 89 pertaining to water well contractors who held valid licenses
Proposed State Water Policy with a Suggested Approach
Research Memorandum re: Reclassification of Lake Manatee sources
No final decision has been made on whether the State Water Policy should be considered
Memorandum from L. M. Blain re: State water policy
Letter indicating that SFWMD could not support the proposed statement
Letter from Florida Citrus Mutual stating that they plan to set up a discussion conference
Letter proposing to ask that specified language be included in the state water policy
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights
Proposed Policy Statements on Property Rights
Letter from SJRWMD to L. M. Blain commenting on Blain's wording of "qualified right"
Letter to Levy County Property Appraiser re: SWFWMD Resolution No. 654
Letter to Clerk of Circuit Court, Levy County re: SWFWMD Resolution No. 655
Letter to Clerk of the Circuit Court, Lake County re: Resolution No. 653
Resolution for realigning boundaries of River Basin
Letter from St. Johns WMD to District Corps of Engineers
Letter from Lake County Property Appraiser to SWFWMD
Letter enclosing a copy of the Waccasassa River Basin Resolution
Letter enclosing a copy of the Oklawaha River Basin Resolution
Memorandum to Chief Graphics Illustrator
Memorandum to Chief of Surveying and Mapping Section from SWFWMD
SWFWMD letter confirming internal meeting
Letter of reminder to L. M. Blain about Quarterly Joint Meeting
Notice from Florida Dept. of Natural Resources
Letter re transportation to meeting
Memorandum re: Joint Meeting of Water Management Districts
Letter from L. M. Blain to C. M. Sanders confirming meeting conflict
Letter re: attendance at Dec. 3, 1974 Joint Meeting
Letter suggesting a meeting in Tampa
Letter postponing Joint Meeting to Dec. 3, 1974
Letter re working groups and Committee to Develop Legislative Proposals
Letter from Wade Hopping to Frank X. Friedmann commenting on how local governments might participate in environmental regulation activities. Nov. 23,
SB 50 (1988). A bill to be entitled An act relating to the administration of environmental functions; creating the Department of Environmental and Res
EESC. Revised list of Members. Sept. 16, 1987. 4p.
Memo to Florida Land Council Members from Chuck Littlejohn re EESC draft of minutes of EESC meeting on October 8-9. Nov. 2, 1987. 2p.
EESC. Notice and Agenda for meeting on Nov. 3, 1987 at Tampa Airport Marriott. 1p.
EESC. Unapproved Draft, Meeting Minutes, October 8-9, 1987, with list of members and other attendees. 17p.
EESC. Meeting Schedule, Revised October 12, 1987 for November 3, 1987 and November 20, 1987, December 11, 1987, and January 9, 1988. 1p.
EESC. Meeting Schedule, Revised September 17, 1987 for October, 1987 - January 8, 1988. and also EESC Unapproved Draft, Meeting Minutes, September 11-
Memorandum to EESC from 5 Executive Directors of Water Management Districts commenting on EESC August 14 and 15, 1987 Meeting: Discussion of Potential
Letter to Robert Lamoreaux from Kenneth G. Oertel re EESC's possible recommendation to the Legislature that all environmental permitting relating to w
Letter from John T. Allen, Jr. to Clerk of 5th D.C.A. re: Florida Phosphate Council, Inc., et al. v. WCRWSA Case No. 88-00685, enclosing the Docketing
Florida House of Representatives. HB 501. A bill to be entitled An act relating to water resources; amending s.373.223, F.S. providing additional rest
Newspaper article in the St. Petersburg Times, "Editorial 'missed the point" April 2, 1988. 1p.
Article in Florida Citrus Mutual Triangle, "Mutual intervenes in defense of SWFWMD water permitting rule. March 25, 1988. 1p.
Newspaper article by Anne Bartlett in the Tampa Tribune "Water district's rule called too arbitrary for 16 counties." March 25, 1988. 1p.
Letter to Clerk, 5th DCA re: Florida Phosphate Council, et al. v. WCRWSA, Docket No. 88-685, enclosing Florida Citrus Mutual's Notice of Joinder in Ap
Newspaper article by Anne Bartlett in The Tampa Tribune "Water authority witnesses say pumping rule would be costly." March 24, 1988. 1p.
Letter from Attorney for WCRWSA Board of Governors enclosing WCRWSA's Challenge to SWFWMD 5-3-1 Rule, and including copy of SWFWMD Governing Board Hea
Newspaper article in St. Petersburg Times, "End water discrimination." March 21, 1988. 1p.
Letter to L. M. Blain from SWFWMD thanking him for offer to assist in the pending rule challenge case. Mar. 38, 1988. 1p.
Cypress Creek Agreement. Nov. 14, 1973. 13p.
SWFWMD. Four River Basin Projects. Drawings by hand. 2p.
Letter from U.S. Corps of Engineers to SWFWMD re: the possibility of adding general recreation to the Four River Basins project. 2p.
SWFWMD. Governing Board Minutes. Final Acceptance of Flour River Basins, Florida Project. Jan. 12, 1983. 1p.
Memo re: Recreational Facilities 4RB. Phase I Morris Bridge and Flint Creek Sites and Trout Creek South and North, and Dead River Site East. April 9,
SWFWMD. Construction Data for four Canals and other structures. Jan. 15, 1982. 6p.
SWFWMD. Construction Data. March 31, 1980. 7p.
Letter to Corps of Engineers, Atlanta, Ga. Inviting Major General Bratton to join the meeting of SWFWMD Board of Governors and Corps of Engineers staf
SWFWMD. Construction Data. Dec. 31, 1979. 7p.
SWFWMD Board Policy. To establish guidelines for providing legal services to the District Governing Board and staff .Original. 4p.
Memorandum re: Outline of Proposed Procedures for Lake Level Rule Adoption. Dec. 22, 1982. 2p.
Memorandum re: Outline of Proposed Procedures for Lake Level Rule Adoption. Dec. 17, 1982. 2p.
Comments from Bill Courser & Tricia Dooris regarding Lake Level rule adoption procedure. Dec. 21, 1982. 1p.
Memorandum re Outline of Proposed Procedures for Lake Level Rule Adoption, with changes. Dec. 17, 1982. 4p.
Letter re discussion of Mr. Stubbs' recommendations that the District list the various lakes with minimum management levels with additional suggestion
Memorandum re: Board Packet Material for Last 2 Lake Level Rules. 1p.
Memorandum to SWFWMD District Governing Board Meeting, Sept. 1, 1982. re: Appointment of Hearing Officer and Initiation of Rule Making for Lake Levels
Procedure Followed in Adopting Lake Levels for Lake Panasoffkee. 2p.
SWFWMD Board of Governors. Summary Agenda. 3B Appointment of Hearing Officer and initiation of Rule Making for Lake Levels on Lake Panasoffkee in Sumt
Letter from SWFWMD to L. M. Blain enclosing work sheets for the Water Resources Development Account prepared for a meeting in Tallahassee. August 20,
Letter from L. M. Blain to Senator Ray C. Knopke re proposed bills identified as SWF 72-1 through SWF 72-5. (Not attached) August 6, 1971. 1p.
Five proposed bills identified as SWF 72-1 through 72-5
Legislature's omission of all funds in the SWFWMD Water Resources Development Account
Letter from SWFWMD re Senate Bill 865
Form identifying Senate Bill No. 479, An act relating to flood control
Form identifying Senate Bill No. 865, relating to eminent domain, attorneys' fees
Form identifying Senate Bill No. 1464, relating to flood control, flood hazard areas
Form identifying Senate Bill No. 1469 relating to flood control, penalties
Form identifying Senate Bill No. 1470 relating to flood control
Letter approving the proposed working agreement between ASCS and SWFWMD
State ASCS Committee's allocating funds to Hillsborough County to plug four wells
Memorandum re: Quality of Water Improvement Program
Quality of Water Improvement Program.
QWIP manuscript entitled: "Salts of the Earth."
U. S. Department of Agriculture's Soil Conservation Service's cost sharing program
Dynamics of Water Policy
Reasonable-Beneficial Test: Maximizing the Water Supply Pie Before Relinquishing the Last Piece
Water Allocation: The Reasonable and Beneficial use Standards
Memorandum re Corrections to be made in Florida Statutes
Rules of the SWFWMD, referring to scrivener's errors in the originals
Proposed Rules Amendments
Changes in the Florida Administrative Code 16J-0 relating to Peace River Basin
Department of State shall by rule establish uniform indexing procedures
Conditions for a Consumptive Use Permit
Certification of Administrative Rules Filed with the Department of State
An Act relating to water management districts; amending s. 373.069(2)(d)
Proposed Rules of The Department of State, Division of Elections
Memorandum re: Objections to Department of State rules
Memorandum re: Hearing on Proposed Secretary of State Rule on Rulemaking
Letter from L. M. Blain re: attached State Water Policy
Letter to Victoria Tschinkel re Proposed amendments
Letter from Victoria Tschinkel re: implementing the Department's water policy rule
Information about the workshop held on May 1, 1981
Florida Water Users Association Newsletter
Announcement of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Letter from L. M. Blain re: addition of a statement in the State Water Policy
Proposed wording for the State Water Policy about the rights of property owners
Letter from Terry Cole re: a copy of the Proposed Amendments to Chapter 17-40
Stronger water policy ordered; final adoption of rules delayed
Memorandum to Chief Graphics Illustrator from SWFWMD
Memorandum to Lake County Property Appraiser re Basin Boundaries
Letter to Lester Blain enclosing copies of Basin boundaries
Letter to Dwight Bell re Adjustment of Basin Boundaries
Letter to Charles H. Fleming re: Adjustment of Basin Boundaries
Letter to Don E. Stevens re Adjustment of Basin Boundaries
Letter from SWFWMD to Myron G. Gibbons and L. M. Blain re fiscal year 1975-76 budget
SWFWMD Letter re: Resolution realigning Basin boundaries
SWFWMD letter from Staff Attorney re: Realigning Basin Boundaries
Suwannee River WMD. Map of District Boundary
Memorandum re: Meeting with DNR and Water Management Districts
A Bill by the Legislature of the State of Florida
A bill to be entitled An act relating to water management districts
Map indicating Proposed Funding For Coordination
Handwritten List of Representatives and Senators
An act relating to the water management districts
Resolution No. 601. Establishing Coordination with the Manasota Basin
Handwritten notes for provisions of CS/SB 1280 and CS/HB 2104
Chart indicating Areas, Population, and Taxable Property by County
Proposed New SWFWMD Boundary Line
Memorandum to Jay Landers from Kenneth G. Oertel re EESC re his dismay at the possible recommendation of delegating environmental permitting function
Newspaper article by Jim Sams in Gainesville Sun "Environmental officials defend need for local rules." Sept. 13, 1987. 1p.
Letter to L. M. Blain congratulating him on appointment to the EESC from Secretary of State, George Firestone. July 13, 1987. 1p.
SB 619 (1987). A bill to be entitled An act relating to environmental and public health administrationspecifying duties of the Environmental Efficienc
EESC announcing future meetings on April 3, 1987 in Tampa and May 8, 1987 in Orlando. 1p..
Letter from L. M. Blain to Kevin L. Erwin, Consulting Ecologist, Inc. enclosing a copy of the EESC's Final Report. March 8, 1988. 1p.
Memorandum to Jay Landers from Buddy Blain suggesting changes in the consolidated bill re EESC Legislation. March 7, 1988. 1p.
Letter from L. M. Blain to 14 EESC members stating that "we have made a very fine report" and that he feels good about the product. March 1, 1988. 1p.
Notice of New Meeting Date and Location in Tallahassee. Feb. 1, 1988. 1p.
Letter from L. M. Blain to Joseph E. Landers re: EESC/DER Reorganization. Jan. 17, 1988. 9p.
Newspaper article by Michael Richardson in St. Petersburg Times, "Tampa Bay drinking water wars heating up." Mar. 14, 1988. 1p.
SWFWMD. Current Rules for 40D-2-301Consumptive Use. 1984? 4p.
Newspaper article in St. Petersburg Times, "End water discrimination." March 21, 1988. 1p.
Newspaper article by Jon Rabiroff in Tampa Tribune, Pasco Edition, "Pasco dives into water well controversy." March 16, 1988. 1p.
SWFWMD Minutes of Governing Board Meeting. "Discussion of 5-3-1 Rule Challenge. Feb. 24, 1988. 1p.
SWFWMD Memorandum re: Rules and Regulations Regarding the Consumptive Use of Water and announcing three public meetings to be held in July, 1974, with
Newspaper article by Dave Hancock in Tampa Tribune, "Water district votes to defend rule setting well-pumping limits. Feb. 25, 1988. 1p.
Newspaper article by Michael Richardson in St. Petersburg Times, "Tampa Bay drinking water wars heating up." March 14, 1988. 1p.
Memoranda concerning decisions to proceed with the 5-3-1 Rule Challenge. Mar. 9, 1988. 3p.
SWFWMD Minutes of Governing Board Meeting. Discussion of 5-3-1 Rule Challenge. Feb. 24, 1988. 1p.
Letter from Florida Dept. of Environmental Regulation to SWFWMD re Four River Basins Flood Control Project, enclosing Preliminary Works Appropriations
Memorandum re discrepancy in Bridge Clearances as 6' above Design High Water or 6' above normal high operating level effecting bridge over Tampa Bypas
Memoranda to SWFWMD re: DER Review of Four River Basins and its authority over proposed projects, and potential for suggesting a "no go" on the projec
Letter from Department of Administration to Department of Environmental Regulation enclosing its review and comments on project requests for funding f
SWFWMD. Design Progress Report Civil Works. June 30, 1979.3p.
"Trouble on the Suwannee, " ENFO, a publication of the Florida Conservation Foundation. March 1979. 10p.
"Water Resources Management Study," Public Information Fact Sheet, a publication of the U. S. Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District. September 197
Procedure for Public Meetings On A Water Resources Management Study For Four River Basins Area, Florida. October 11, 12, 13, 1977. 20p.
SWFWMD. Monthly Construction Progress Report. 31 January 1979. 4p.
Letter from U. S. Corps of Engineers to SWFWMD enclosing copies of the "Impact Assessment and Recreational Resources Evaluation report for the Four Ri
SWFWMD Board of Governors. Minutes of Meeting Jan. 6, 1982. Appointment of Hearing Officer and initiation of Rule Making for Lake Levels on Lake Panas
Water Management District. SWFWMD Rule No.: 40D-8.624, including Rule Title, Purpose and Effect, Summary, Legal Authority for Adoption, Estimate of Ec
News Release. SWFWMD. Southwest Schedules Lake Panasoffkee Meeting and Hearing. January 25, 1982. 2p.
Opening Statement for Public Workshop Scheduled for July 8, 1980 on Implementation of Lake Levels in the Withlacoochee River Basin; and also: Procedur
Opening Statement for Public Hearing Scheduled for August 6, 1981, on Implementation of Lake Levels in the Withlacoochee River Basin. 1p.
SWFWMD In the Matter of: Establishment of Minimum Water Levels and Flood Warning Levels on Lake Panasoffkee within the Withlacoochee River Basin of th
SWFWMD In the Matter of: Establishment of Minimum Water Levels and Flood Warning Levels on Lake Panasoffkee within the Withlacoochee River Basin of th
Memorandum re: District Governing Board Meeting, July 7, 1982. Appointment of Hearing Officer and Initiation of Rule Making for Lake Levels on Selecte
SWFWMD Board of Governors. Minutes of Meeting October 6, 1982. Approved Proposed Rule Amendment No. 101 to Appoint Hearing Officer and Initiate Rule M
SWFWMD Board of Governors. Minutes of Meeting November 3, 1982. Procedures for Establishing Lake Levels were discussed by Mr. Blain who suggested a ch
Eminent Domain for recreational planning and development
Letter from Myron G. Gibbons enclosing copy of citation of the authority of the City of St. Petersburg
Proposed legislation for the upcoming Florida Legislature
Board of Trustees to approve of business transacted in Orlando
Memorandum SWFWMD Attorney Fee Legislative Bill
Florida Senate Bill 1029
Proposed legislation relating to a median fee schedule for attorneys' fees
Correspondence regarding SWFWMD's "Works of the District"
Enforcement of "Works of the District"
Better To See It First
Memorandum re Reasonable Beneficial Criteria for Water Use
Reasonable-beneficial use defined
Research Memorandum to Governing Board Members
Montana's Experience in Reserving Yellowstone River Water for Instream Beneficial Uses - The Reservation Decision.
An Analysis of the "Reasonable Beneficial Use" Standard for Application in Florida
Rule 40D
Rule 40D-2.301, FAC and need for renumbering required
Handwritten notes on status of the Rule
Letter from Russell M. Blain re: proofs of the rules read for corrections
Copy of the proofs of the Title 40D rules
U. S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Investigation
Possibility of shortage of fresh groundwater supplies in the future
A short, comparative description of salt-water/fresh-water relationship on three peninsulas, namely: 1) Interbay Peninsula; 2) Pinellas Peninsula; and 3) the Floridan P
"Save Our Rivers" Program Explained. 3p.
Senate Amendments to Bill. No. 620. 6p.
Senate Bill 620. A bill to be entitled An act relating to the excise tax on documents; creating s. 201.025, Florida Statutes; levying a surtax on cer
Senate Amendment to Bill No. 620 for Twenty-five percent by the South Florida Water Management District to acquire the fee or any lesser interest in l
CS/HB 535 Amendments. 4p.
CS / HB 535. A Bill to e entitled An act relating to the excise tax on documents: adding subsection (5) to s. 201.02, Florida Statutes, providing for
HB 535. A Bill to be entitled An Act relating to the excise tax on documents; adding subsection (5) to s. 201.02, Florida Statutes, providing for the
17-40.03. General Water Policy, with attachments of Possible Alternatives. Workshop held May 1, 1981. 13p.
Letter to Victoria Tschinkel, DER, from Michael J. Gaylor, Chairman, Joint Water Committee, Pinellas Suncoast Chamber of Commerce, Committee of 100 of
Letter to Bob Graham, Governor, from John M. DeGrove, Director, Joint Center for Environmental and Urban Problems, Florida Atlantic University, Florid
Letter to Terry Cole from SoFWMD attaching a re-write of the Sugar Cane League's proposed amendment concerning property rights in the proposed State W
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation announces a public workshop to which all persons are invited. May 1, 1981, 10:30 A.M. in Tallahasse
"State Water Policy Hearing - H.B. 535. Florida Water Users Association Newsletter. April 15, 1981. 1p.
Department of Environmental Regulations (DER) will hold a public workshop on May 1, 1981, to discuss the proposed wording of the "General Policy"
DER Memorandum attaching a copy of the Water Policy adopted on March 17 and filed with the Secretary of State on April 15, 1981. 14p.
Letter from Governor Bob Graham to Bruce Samson, Chairman SWFWMD, requesting his active support on two water-related matters of vital importance to th
Letter to Bruce Samson, SWFWMD, from Victoria Tschinkel, DER, thanking him and his staff for the work done on the development and adoption of Water Po
Water Management Districts
Letter to L. M. Blain from SWFWMD re: Preparation of Budgets
Article in St. Petersburg Times by Ballingrud, David
Hang tough, Swiftmud. St. Petersburg Times
Article in Tampa Tribune, "Shall Intimidation Hold Water Policy Hostage?"
Article in Tampa Tribune by Flinchbaugh, Patrice and also Seegal, Jane
Graham sets deadline for end of water board feud.
Graham steps in and draws the line in SWIFTMUD turf war.
Graham names new members to water boards
Graham leaves his mark on reshuffled water boards
An act relating to the Cross Florida Barge Canal
Canal Authority; Navigation Districts; Waterways Development
Bill may protect dam many want destroyed
River restoration raises questions
Newspaper article in Tampa Tribune, "The cynical move to save Rodman."
Editorial in Tampa Tribune. "Free the waters of Rodman Pool."
Newspaper article in the St. Petersburg Times, "The Greenway sellout."
Recreation project is hardly leisurely
News Release from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers No. 92-09
News Release from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers No. 93-10
EESC Final Report. "Incomplete Scorecard of EESC Positions 12-22-87 to 01-08-88. 8p.
EESC Final Report. "Incomplete Scorecard of EESC Positions R 12-22-87 and R 01-05-88. 8p. (Some changes in wording.)
Newspaper article in Tampa Tribune "Incredible - Non-Protection." Oct. 30, 1987. 1p.
Editorial in St. Petersburg Times, "Environmental shell game." Oct. 29, 1987. 1p.
Letter from L. M. Blain to Frank X. Friedman welcoming Frank as member of EESC. Sept. 16, 1987. 2p.
Memorandum from L. M. Blain to 5 EESC members enclosing copy of Kenneth Oertel's letter to Jay Landers re opposing Water Management Districts involvem
Letter from L. M. Blain to Frederick C. Prior expressing his enthusiasm about the opportunities for the EESC and the position it is taking. Sept. 14,
Memorandum from L. M. Blain to EESC Members re enclosure: Newspaper article by Dave Hancock in The Tampa Tribune, "Water district requests more taxing
Article in the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council. Bay Bulletin, "EEC to Begin Look at Local Governments." Sept. 1987. 1p.
EESC Announcement of meetings on Sept 11-12 in Ponte Vedra. 1p.
Newspaper article by Dave Hancock in The Tampa Tribune, "Water district votes to defend rule setting well-pumping limits." Feb. 25, 1988. 1p.
Statement entitled "Environmental Network Update." WCRWSA has filed with the Division of Administrative Hearings a Petition for Administrative Determi
Letter from Edward de la Parte, Jr. to Blain & Cone re: Petition to Initiate Rulemaking to Replace Rules 40D-2.301(3) (b), ( c ) and (d) (with attachm
SWFWMD Memorandum attaching statement that was entered into the records at the Water Resources Management Study (WRMS) hearing, held by the Corps in T
Resolution No. 33. A Resolution Assuming Full Responsibility by the SWFWMD, a Corporation Organized Under the Laws of the State of Florida, For Compli
SWFWMD. Four River Basins. Map. Tampa Bay Area. Apr. 21, 1975. 8.5 x 11in.
SWFWMD Four River Basins. Map. Tampa Bypass Canal and C-136. Apr. 24, 1975. 8.5 x 11in.
Memorandum re: Public Hearing, Corps of Engineers, Four River Basins Water Resources Management Study. Report on the meeting of Oct. 11, 1977. Oct. 13
Announcement of Public Meeting on Four River Basins Water Resources Management Study. Tampa, Florida, Tuesday, 11 - 13 October 1977 with details about
Memorandum re A-95 Review of FRB and a concern of the state government about preservation of archeological sites facing possible destruction by constr
"Introducing the Four River Basins Water Resources Management Study." in WRMS Newsletter, a publication of the U. S. Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville,
SWFWMD letter to L. M. Blain, attaching a copy of revised "Map Showing Flood Routing and Water Conservation system and How It Will Function as Part of
Letter from U. S. Corps of Engineers requesting completion by SWFWMD of a questionnaire about the Four River Basins, Florida Project. June 12, 1974. 4
SWFWMD Board of Governors. Minutes of Meeting August 4, 1982. Proposed Rules to Implement Public Supply Permitting Delegation - Authorization to Initi
SWFWMD(R). Public Hearing. Agenda. Sept. 1, 1982. Proposed Amendment of Rules and Regulations re: Appointment of Lake Level Hearing Officer for Six La
Memorandum re: SWFWMD. Board of Governors. Meeting, Sept. 1, 1982. Appointment of Hearing Officer and Initiation of Rule Making for Lake Levels on Sel
SWFWMD(R) Board of Governors. Meeting, August 19, 1981. Minimum Rates of Flow and Minimum Water Levels to be discussed at a future meeting. 1p.
Memorandum re: Administrative proceedings/Recommended Orders. Query: When a Hearing Officer has concluded the hearing, prepared a Recommended Order wh
SWFWMD Boundary, Highlands Ridge Area, Water Use Caution Area. Map. 8.5 x 11in.
Stap, Don. "Along a ridge in Florida, an ecological house built on sand." Smithsonian. September 1994. 10p.
Martin, David. "The Lake Wales Ridge, National Wildlife Refuge." The Florida Naturalist. Spring 1992. 1p.
SWFWMD Memorandum. SF-Highlands Ridge, Water Use Caution Area, Highlands Ridge Area Summary with map. Oct. 13, 1989 3p.
Letter to Charles P. Lykes re Highlands Ridge Work Group
Hillsborough River Flood Profile Maps and the mean annual flood (MAF) elevation
Letter to Jack Campo regarding mean annual flood plain
Brooker Creek Regulatory Jurisdiction
Statistical Analysis of the Impact of Ground Water Pumpage on Law-Flow Hydrology
New England Oyster House of Lakeland vs. State of Florida, Department of Natural Resources and SWFWMD
Ordinary-High Water v. "Mean-Annual Flood."
Ordinary High Water v. Mean-Annual Flood."
Mean Annual Flood
Letter enclosing copy of U. S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper
Memorandum with the cases of Martin v. Bush and Pierce v. Warren
Letter from Jay T. Ahern enclosing the Proofs of Title 40D
Proofs of Title 40D, FAC-Rules of the SWFWMD
Memorandum re: SFWMD - Rules Matrix
Water Management District Rules Matrix
Letter from SFWMD enclosing the outline of rule chapters
Copy of rules filed earlier with the Secretary of State
Recodification & Renumbered Rules of SWFWMD
Rules of the Department of State Division of Elections Bureau of Administrative Code
Florida Administrative Code
Rules of the Department of State
House of Representatives, Subcommittee Report to Chairman, Committee on Natural Resources, The Subcommittee on Land and Water Resources. Buddy Blain a
Save Our Rivers. 2000 Land Acquisition & Management Plan. 31p.
Order to grant a Consumptive Use Permit to the City of St. Petersburg
Letter to SWFWMD Board of Governors re: Application #7500003
Opposition to the issuance of a new consumptive use permit to the City of St. Petersburg
Application for a Consumptive Use Permit for Water in Hillsborough County
Copy of City of St. Petersburg's request for a Consumptive Use Permit
Applications for consumptive use permits
Secret of The Persian Chessboard
Tests on Trial, Science and Technology Section
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation Rules. Chapter 17-40 Water Policy. Section 17-40.01 through 17.40-10. 10p.
Memorandum to Governor Graham from Estus Whitfield, Sr. Governmental Analyst, OPB, re proposed adoption of a water policy by rule as Chapter 17-40, F.
"Six Proposed Solutions" Newspaper article. source and date unknown. 2p.
Van Gieson, John C. "Stronger water policy ordered' final adoption of rules delayed." Ft. Lauderdale News. March 28, 1981. 2p.
Florida Department of Environmental Protection DER Hearing Draft of Recommended Changes in State Water Policy, and announcement of Public Hearing on
F.S. 1991. Sec. 373.036 State water use plan. Handwritten note: Is 17.40 subject to 373.036?
Memorandum to St. Johns Agricultural Forum Members from Frank E. Mathews re: State Water Policy Meeting on Chapter 17-40 Revisions. Minutes of meeting
Form to Buddy Blain from Chuck Littlejohn enclosing Letter from Frank M. Ryll, Jr. to Virginia Wetherell, Secretary, DER, stating that we have studied
Form to Buddy Blain from Chuck Littlejohn enclosing Letter from Frank M. Ryll, Jr. to Virginia Wetherell, DER, containing changes in the 6th paragraph
Land and Resource Management Committee. Summary Agenda. Approval of the minutes of the Committee Meeting of August 25, 1993. Surface Water Improvemen
Battling water manages won't set aside funds during budget dispute
Water boards' fight, still unresolved, has homeowners paying double tax.
Legislators block water district move
District, basin boards tug-of-war resolved
Senate committee delays water board reappointments
Editorial: "New Water War Erodes Old Values."
Water war threatens urban areas
Editorial: "To Save Our Rivers For Present and Future."
Uneasy truce in the water wars
Basin Board compromise is reached
Editorial in Tampa Tribune, "Raze the Rodman Dam now and free the Ocklawaha River."
Commission delays dam decision
Water agency stuck with big bill for canal park
Editorial in St. Petersburg Times, "Restoring the Oklawaha."
Water Strong Part of Desoto's Future
County decides to hire engineer
Letter from SWFWMD to Desoto County Board of County Commissioners
Inland Water Authority Idea Approved by Desoto
Letter to Board of County Commissioners of Desoto County
List of County Commissioners of De Soto County
EESC Handwritten notes of meeting Aug. 14, 1987. 3p.
EESC Meeting Schedule, Revised Aug. 4, 1987, including information about Reservations for South Seas Plantation, Captive on Aug. 13-15, 1987. 3p.
EESC. L. M. Blain's notes to his EESC file. July 29, 1987. 1p
EESC Handwritten notes of meeting July 24, 1987. 5p.
EESC Agenda for Meeting on July 24, 1987 in Orlando. 2p.
Letter to Jay Landers, Jr. from W. F. Spann re resignation from EESC membership. July 21, 1987. 2p.
Letter from L. M. Blain to Jay Landers, Jr. re membership on EESC and potential schedule conflicts. July 13, 1987. 1p.
EESC Meeting Schedule for July 24 and August 14-15, 1987. 1p.
Letter from L. M. Blain to Governor Bob Martinez re his appointment to the EESC. June 30, 1987. 1p.
Letter to L. M. Blain from Brian P. Rush, Representative re his appointment to the EESC. June 24, 1987. 1p.
Letter to SWFWMD requesting a revision of attached map and slides of map. June 20, 1974. 2p,
Letter from SWFWMD to L. M. Blain re revision of map and redesignating the flood detention areas. June 27, 1974. 1p.
Letter from U. S. Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Engineers, Washington, D.C. to SWFWMD stating a concern about the water supply proble
Table A-18, Four River Basins, Results of reservoir routings with Figure A-25, Graph and Map attached. Nov. 1961. 2p.
Four River Basins, Florida. Letter from The Secretary of the Army transmitting a letter from the Chief of Engineers, Department of the Army, Dated Jul
Map. Four River Basins, Florida Project Plan. U. S. Corps of Engineers and SWFWMD. May 1969. 12.5 x 19 in.
Map. SWFWMD. Pithlachascootee River Basin, Starkey Property. May 11, 1972. 36 x 22"
Map. SWFWMD. Hillsborough River Basin, Cypress Creek Area, Revised Project Concept. Estimated Land Requirements and Conceptual Water Retention/Recharg
Map. SWFWMD. Hillsborough River Basin, Big Cypress Swamp. May 1972. 34 x 48"
Memorandum re: Water Management Lands Acquisition. History and Chart indicating Project, Land Acquisition, Cost to Date, Land needed, Estimated Cost P
Map of Peninsular Florida Hydrologic Divide from West Coast to East Coast
Letter to L. M. "Buddy" Blain with thanks for his involvement as a faculty member
Letter to L. M. "Buddy" Blain with thanks for his involvement as a faculty member
Manatee County Extension Water School and IFAS water policy in-service training progra
Save Our Rivers, Water Management Lands Trust Fund
Trust For Public Land In Florida
Governments may soon own more than half of Florida
Memorandum from Chuck Littlejohn re: Acquisition Policies
Fish and Wildlife Service's Proposed Guidelines
Land preservation fund endangered
Proposing a revision of Florida Statutes Sec. 253.12(8)
Memorandum re Background information relating to public lands, beaches, and related topics
Report and Recommendations of Mean High Water Committee
An Act to benefit Commerce
Research for Mean Annual Flood
Public Hearing - Minimum Flows and Level
Consumptive Use of Water
Memorandum regarding minimum flows and levels
Minimum Flows and Levels Technical Committee Meetings
Minimum Flows and Levels; Northern Tampa Bay
Letter to Liz Cloud re: Rules of SWFWMD
Final Form for Filing SWFWMD Rules
Rulemaking adoption procedures
Rules of the Department of State Chapter 1-1 Rulemaking
Economic Impact Statement
Memorandum re: Rule Recodification
Certification of Administrative Rules
Summary of the Rule Amendments
Notice of Public Hearing
Administrative Rules Filed with the Department of State
Advances in analytical equipment and measurement techniques
After The Flush; How American Treats Its Sewage
Statistics give outline of America
Soviets queue up longer than most Americans
Million toxic pounds
Lottery Numbers They Don't Advertise
How Safe is Safe?
Water Budget of the Conterminous United States
New York builds a monument to garbage
Excessive lead found in water. Fort Lauderdale (AP)
Florida Chamber of Commerce. Letter to Virginia Wetherell, DER, from Frank M. Ryll, Jr. {Content similar to letters in No. 000004 and No. 000005.} Sep
Letter to Bart Bibler, DER, from Frank E. Matthews re: State Water Policy Workshop, August 31, 1993, with comments as a follow-up of his presentation
Memorandum from Virginia B. Wetherell, DER, attaching a copy of the Proposed Revisions to State Water Policy. October 1, 1933. 24p.
Letter to Tom Swihart DER from Mike Joyner, Government Relations Director, Florida Forestry Association, with comments on the latest revisions to th
Memorandum to Florida Land Council from Chuck Littlejohn re: State Water Policy, attached: "Amendments to FEDP Chapter 17-40, F.A.C., State Water Poli
Memorandum to Florida Land Council from Chuck Littlejohn re: State Water Policy Rule, workshops scheduled, agenda, and a draft copy of the Chapter 17-
Governing and Basin Boards Planning Committee Meeting. Summary Agenda. July 28, 1993, and Chapter 17-40 Water Policy Draft: Deletions, Additions, Tran
Memorandum from Barton L. Bibler DER. Results of Public Workshops (6) on Possible Revisions to State Water Policy (Chapter 17-40, F.A.C.). June 9, 1
Chapter 17-40. Water Policy. June 8, 1993. Draft: Deletions, Additions, Transfers. 19p.
Letter to Chuck Littlejohn from L. M. Blain stating that it has become essential that DER be monitored very closely in connection with any changes to
Commission takes position in water dispute
Water agency bill termed "punitive"
Editorial: "Water Measure Would Penalize Urban Counties"
Water War Needs Treaty, Not Escalation
Proposal renews power struggle for managing water r resources
Water wars' begin early with move to cut size of regional board
Official fear loss of water board office
Water district is criticized over tactics
Hearing planned on water management power fight
Getting Facts About Basin Board's Powers in Order
Newspaper article in The Herald Advocate
Landers, Jay, Esq., Chairman. EESC; Summary of Final Report, 1986-87. 6p.
Jurgens, J. A. Summary Analysis of the EESC Recommendations to the Florida Legislature (Prepared for the Mid-Year Meeting of the Florida Bar, January
Florida Department of State. Notice of Appointment of L. M. Blain as a Member of the EESC. June 24, 1987. 1p.
Letter from Governor Bob Martinez appointing L. M. Blain to the EESC. June 23, 1987. 1p.
EESC. Meeting Minutes, Unapproved Draft. May 9, 1987. 2p.
EESC announces a meeting on May 8, 1987. 1p.
Florida Legislature, 1986-1987 EESC Operating Budget. Rev. April 24, 1987. 2p.
EESC Announcement of future meetings on April 3, 1987 and May 8, 1987; subject matter to be considered: Chapter 380, Florida Statutes. Mar. 23, 1987.
Letter from Carol Rist, EESC member, to Representative John Cosgrove relative to Dade County residents' problems in dealing with overlapping environme
Letter from L. M. Blain to William L. Sutton thanking him for his recommendation of Blain to the EESC and comments on attending his first meeting. Jun
Letter to Jon L. Shebel from L. M. Blain thanking him for the recommendation to the EESC and commenting on his attendance at his first meeting. June 2
EESC Meeting Minutes, Unapproved Draft, held in Miami on June 19, 1987. 7p.
Handwritten notes from EESC meeting June 19, 1987. 3p.
EESC announcement of a meeting on Friday, June 19, 1987. 1p.
Questionnaire for Gubernatorial Appointments completed for L. M. Blain and mailed on June 16, 1987. 7p.
Letter from L. M. Blain to Governor Bob Martinez stating his appreciation of the Governor's considering appointing him to the EESC. June 9, 1987. 1p.
EESC Chronology from October 31 with the Organizational Meeting in Tallahassee to March 3 in Tallahassee. 1p.
Ground Attacks on Farming in At Issue
Environmental Reorganization Act of 1975
Notice to Transfer Appeal to District Court of Appeal, First District of Florida. June 17, 1988. 10p.
Notice of Voluntary Dismissal by SWFWMD in Florida Phosphate Council, Inc., et al., Appellants v. WCRWSA. Docket No. 88-00685. July 12, 1988. 2p.
Memorandum re: filing by Pinellas County of a Motion to Transfer SWFWMD's Appeal of the order declaring the 5-3-1 rule invalid from the Fifth District
Appendix to Motion to Transfer Appeal to District Court of Appeal, First District of Florida. May 17, 1988. 90p.
Notice of Joinder in Appeal As Appellant by Pasco County. June 8, 1988. 2p.
Notice of Joinder in Appeal as Appellant by Florida Citrus Mutual. May 24, 1988. 3p.
Fifth District Court of Appeal. Special Notice to Attorneys and Parties with information about the changes in the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure
Notice of Administrative Appeal. Case No. 88-069R. May 20, 1988. 2p.
Notice that Brooksville Legal Office transmitted 26 pages to Blain &Cone. May 19, 1988. 2p.
WCRWSA, Petitioner, and Pinellas County, Intervener v. SWFWMD, Respondent, and Pasco County and Florida Citrus Mutual, Interveners. Case No. 88-0693R
SWFWMD letter to U. S. Army Corps of Engineers re: Water Supply Well Complaints, "Four River Basins, Florida" Project, with copy of letter dated Jan.
Memorandum re: Meeting - Green Swamp, Upper Hillsborough and Cypress Creek Flood Detention Areas on Sept. 13, 1979. Aug. 13, 1979. 1p.
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. "For Your Information (The Four River Basins Water Resources Management Study, December 1976, Report on Economic Base S
Letter to SWFWMD re: Cypress Creek - Land Acquisition in Lower Pool. Oct. 11, 1977. 2p.
Memorandum to SWFWMD re: Land Acquisition - FRB Projects: Cypress Creek and Green Swamp. Oct. 10, 1977. 1p..
SWFWMD Memorandum re: Cypress Creek Project Operation and Management Plan -- Phase III Continuation. Oct. 3, 1977. 1p.
SWFWMD Memorandum re: Corps/SWFWMD Inter Agency Meeting held at Brooksville, Florida, September 29, 1977. Oct. 3, 1977. 4p.
SWFWMD letter to House Committee on Natural Resources responding to a request for material and information concerning SWFWMD larger landholdings, and
SWFWMD Memorandum attaching WRDA (Water Resources Development Account) Balances as of May 29, 1974. May 30, 1974. 4p.
SWFWMD Memorandum re: FY 73-74 WRDA Appropriation, with attachments of Appropriation Acts allocations in FY 73 - 74, FY 72 - 73, and FY 71 - 72. Dec.
Voters approve land purchase program {Palm Beach County}
Land Protection Through Donations and Bargain Sales: A New Groth Management Tool?
Higher tax proposed for land purchases
Corporate tax rate could rise
CARL runs race against staffing, aid - and time
Paradise Lost {Ted Strawn's land
Commission on the Future of Florida's Environment. "Department of Natural Resources - Land Acquisition Techniques." Issue Paper No. 15. April 1989. 36
Commission on the Future of Florida's Environment. "DNR - State Recreation and Parks Land Acquisition Program." Issue Paper No. 8. February 1989. 33p.
Commission on the Future of Florida's Environment. "DNR - Conservation and Recreation Lands (CARL) Program." Issue Paper No. 9. February 1989. 20p.
Gardner, Tom. "Florida's CARL Program: A Change in Procedure. December 1987. 3p.
Wyatt: Ruling sets dangerous precedent
Federal judge rules for Sierra Club in Edwards lawsuit
Maintaining Minimum Stream Flows For Wildlife And Recreation
egulatory Levels and Minimum Allowable Weekly Average Water Levels at Cosme
Memorandum to R. V. McLean from L. M. Blain re Major CUP's from Streams
Offstream Reservoir Yield Analysis: Peace River / Ft. Ogden Reservoir
Instream Reservoir Yield Analysis: Lake Manatee Reservoir
Establishment of Minimum Water Levels and Flood Warning Levels on Designated Lakes
Establishment of Minimum Flows for the Outlet River of Lake Panasoffkee
Minimum flows for watercourses discharging into Tampa Bay
Letter from L. M. Blain enclosing latest drafts of the rules
Change in chapter designations
Notice of Rule Amendments
Summary of Rule Writers' Meeting
Memorandum re: Telephone conversation with Zane Leeber
Agenda for Rule Writers Meeting
Memorandum re: Renumbering of District Rules
Rules, Standardization of Numbering
Distinctive number-lettering system
Letter from L. M. Blain re Renumbering of Chapters
Handwritten notes on stacking one dollar bills
Air Distances Between U. S. Cities
I am a dollar
What's a 'pico curie?'
Breast milk tainted with deadly toxin
Memorandum to: Chairman Rudd re: State Water Policy
Opposing amendments to State Water Policy
State of Florida, Division of Administrative Hearings
An act relating to state water policy
Memorandum: Florida Land Council re: Water Policy
State Water Use Plan (SWUP), Implications for the SWFWMD. The SWUP was developed by DER and addresses 15 of the major goal areas contained within the
State Water Policy, Public Workshop, Agenda, Draft: Proposed Revisions to Chapter 17-40, F.A.C., November 28, 1989. 33p.
Memorandum to SWFWMD Governing Board Members re: State Water Policy. Two additional statements to be added to the water use portion of the policy were
Letter to Victoria J. Tschinkel from Michael J. Gaylor, Chairman, Joint Water Task Force, Pinellas Suncoast Chamber of Commerce, Inc. re: Rules of the
Chapter 17-40.04 Water Law. Paragraphs (5) and (6). November 17, 1981. 1p.
Memorandum to L. M. Blain from L. R. Cannon re: State Water Policy. Request from Mr. Tatum to coordinate with L. M. Blain on the Policy which appears
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation announces a public workshop on November 18, 1981 in Tallahassee as a continuation of a hearing previous
Memorandum to J. Ahern and Ed Curren from L. M. Blain attaching a copy of a notice in connection with the state water policy and requesting that they
Draft of Speech L. M. Blain is schedule to present to the Annual Technical Conference of the Florida Section of the American Waterworks Association/ F
Governor Bob Graham's Address at the Northwest Florida Water Management Annual Conference in Tallahassee. October 29, 1981.40p.
SWFWMD, basin boards in struggle
Public Servants Should Tell The Truth
Struggle between basin boards, district a costly issue
Commission won't join lawsuit against water management board
Editorial: "Let's Cool This Water Fight, Not Join It."
Taxpayers may pay if water district, board fight goes on
Water district's budget stays blocked
Local board rejects water district's budgeting plan
Property owners might face doubling of SWIFTMUD tax
Tax rolls won't, says court order
EESC meeting scheduled Mar. 3, 1987. 1p.
EESC Agenda, Meetings on Feb. 12-13, 1987. 1p.
Florida Land Council Memorandum to Members listing comments by interests which appeared at the January 9 meeting in Ft. Lauderdale. Feb. 3, 1987. 1p.
EESC announces public meetings on Feb. 6-7 in Jacksonville and Feb. 12-13 in Panama City. 1p.
EESC announces a series of public meetings on Jan. 8 in Orlando, January 9 in Ft. Lauderdale, January 16 in Ft. Myers, Feb. 6 in Jacksonville, Feb. 12
EESC handwritten notes on Sub-Committees and membership. 2p.
Memo from Florida Land Council attaching Summary of EESC Hearing on December 12, 1986. 7p.
Letter from Theodore C. Taub to L. M. Blain with thanks for observations and suggestions on behalf of the EESC. Dec. 16, 1986. 1p.
EESC Agenda, Meeting on Dec. 12, 1986 in Tampa. With list of Scheduled Members attending. 2p.
EESC. Schedule of Meetings: Dec. 12, 1986, Jan. 8, 9, 16, Feb. 6, 12, 1987. 1p.
Memorandum relating to Attorney General Opinion
Letter to SWFWMD enclosing a copy of Progress Report
Memorandum re: Environmental Reorganization Law
New power 'kind of scares' environmental agency chief
Memorandum to SWFWMD from Staff Attorney re Reorganization Bill
An act relating to environmental reorganization
An act relating to environmental reorganization
Proposed Conference Committee Bill
Senate Bill as amended by the House
Provisions in the Senate Bill and not in the House Bill/ Provisions
Florida Phosphate Council, Inc. and SWFWMD, Appellants, v WCRWSA. Notice of Joinder in Appeal as Appellants. Docket No. 88-685. March 25, 1988. 3p.
F.P.& L.Co. applies for authority from Fla. Dept. of Natural Resources to divert water from the Little Manatee River to cool water for power plant in
Letter from SWFWMD to Dept. of Natural Resources re the proposed diversion of water from the Little Manatee River stating concerns about the request.
Folder re DESOTO Site containing Data Sheet, Power Plant Siting Criteria, five maps, four charts and two aerial views. Aug. 20, 1976. 13p.
Folder re DESOTO Site containing Data Sheet, maps, charts, and aerial view. January 22, 1975. (Figures vary from above data.) 13p.
Letter from F.P.L.&C. to SWFWMD proposing a joint project to develop a report on the impact of water withdrawal from the Peace River and effect on Cha
Letter to Polk County Board of Commissioners from Board of County Commissioners of Desoto County re Public Hearing to be held by the Fla. Dept. of Env
Florida Dept. of Environmental Regulation. Notice of Public Workshop, Aug. 24, 1976 in Desoto County Commission meeting room re Peace River. July 26,
Memorandum from SWFWMD to Dept. of Interagency Coordination re request by Charlotte County Conservation Council to reclassify Peace River affecting F
Newspaper Editorial in Sarasota Herald-Tribune, "Protecting the Peace." June 1, 1976. 1p.
Basin Boards Set Tentative Millage Rates
District Sets Tentative Millage Rates
Under the Florida Constitution: A History of Water Management
Funding history of water management since 1949
Charts of Tax Millages Fiscal Year 66-67 Thru 75-76
Gov. Bush appoints five to District Board. 1p.
"Governor Bush Appoints Governing Board and Basin Board Members." SWFWMD Water Management Monthly. May 2000. 1p.
"Governing Board and Basin Board Members Reappointed by Governor Bush." SWFWMD Water Management Monthly. April 2000. 1p.
"Chair Names, Governing Board Members Welcomed." SWFWMD Water Management Monthly. April 1999. 1p.
"Governing Board Elects Vice Chair." SWFWMD Water Management Monthly. 1p.
AP news release. "Audit questions DNR land payments." and "Audit: State paid more than appraised values." 1p.
Newspaper article by David Ballingrud in St. Petersburg Times, "Auditors criticize state's land buys." March 27, 1986. 1p.
Letter attaching a report entitled: "Total Parcels Acquired by SWFWMD by Project" for 28 projects in 16 columns for Parcels, Acreage, Negotiated Cost
Proposed Acquisition for 82-83. Chart for Sec. 34, Twp. 24, Rng. 24 with Parcel No. and Acreage; and for Sec. 35, Twp. 24, Rng. 24 with Parcel No. and
Memorandum re: Land Acquisition Ancillary Costs with charts for 16 projects and data in 17 columns, including Parcel No., Acres, Appraisal, Fees, Cost
Water Storage Land Acquisition Fund - Chronology from 17 February 1981 to 8 June 1982; and Pinellas-Anclote River Basin Water Storage Land Acquisition
SWFWMD General Status of Land Acquisition Through June 1, 1982. Chart for 29 projects with data in 10 columns. June 6, 1982. 1p.
Green Swamp Project for Green Swamp Flood Detention Area, Little Withlacoochee Flood Detention Area, and Upper Hillsborough Flood Detention Area. Map
SAVE OUR RIVERS, Estimated Cost Breakdown by Project. 19 projects listed. July 15, Revised Sept. 9, 1981. 7p.
Memorandum to L. M. Blain re Save Our Rivers Program, draft of July 10, 1981, for 17 projects with locations on map, chart on acreage and costs, and p
Minimum Flows on Outlet River at Panacoochee Retreats and Withlacoochee River at Wysong Dam
Establishment of Minimum flows on the Alafia River / Bullfog Creek
Water Resources Law of 1957
Lower Hillsborough River Minimum Flow Scientific Peer Review Panel
Recovery Strategy
Changes in minimum level lake and aquifer methodologies
Uncertainty of water
Water Levels and Rates of Flow
Minimum Flows and Levels Priority Schedule
Index to Minimum Flows and Levels Rule Revisions Materials
Assignment of a new chapter number for each water management district
Renumbering of Chapters 16G, 16H, 16T, 16J and 16K
Administrative Matters -- District Rules Renumbering
Uniform Numbering system for Water Management District Rules
Uniform Numbering System
Suggested Headings for Standard Procedural Rules
Northwest Florida Water Management District Rule
Rules of The Department of State
Rules of the Department of Natural Resources
Uniform numbering system for water management district rules
A bill to be entitled An act relating to water policy
State Water Policy
Chapter 17-40, F.A.C., Water Policy
Florida pipelines for water urged
Lack of foresight, not rainfall, cause of water shortage
Attachments summarizing the arguments made in the last session on state water policy
Continuance of legal challenge to state water policy
Item Five: FCA Challenges Revised State Water Policy
Update on State Water Policy Revision
State Water Policy Alert!
Memorandum to TEC from L. M. Blain re: State Water Policy, requesting comments on the proposed rules in writing by November 9, 1981. October 19, 1981.
Grow, Gerald. "Florida's New Water Policy," and "Summary of New Water Policy," ENFO. 4p.
Letter to Victoria J. Tschinkel, DER, from Thomas W. Brown submitting suggested language for a Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights. August 12
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation, Chapter 17-40, Water Policy. July 1, 1981. 14p.
Document given to L. M. Blain suggesting wording for Chapter 17-40.04 Water Use. August 5, 1981. 2p.
Letter to Walter J. Kautz, President, Florida Farm Bureau Federation from Bruce A. Samson, SWFWMD acknowledging receipt of letter and stating that Leg
Memorandum to Interested Organizations/Individuals from Don Turk, Director, Public Relations, Florida Farm Bureau Federation, enclosing a copy of a le
Letter to Bruce A. Samson from Walter J. Kautz, President, Florida Farm Bureau Federation re: State Water Policy and property rights, and supports the
Letter to Victoria J. Tschinkel, Secretary, DER, re: State Water Policy - Property Rights from L. M. Blain submitting statements on Statutory Authorit
Legal fight at Swiftmud might delay tax notices
Water panel raises taxes 7 percent
Basin boards have new allies in Hernando.
Suit filed to change 16-county water management district budget
Responsibilities and budgets of local water boards cut
Group decides to seek legal aid against well field plan
2 Articles written by Martha Musgrove & Robin Simmons
Responsibilities and budgets of local water boards cut
Article in Sarasota Herald Tribune named "Let the Basin Boards Be"
Basin Boards appear destined for abolition
EESC. Environmental Efficiency Review Committee, Dec. 12, 1986. Items to be presented before the EESC. 3p.
Chronology EESC from Oct. 31, the Organizational Meeting in Tallahassee to scheduled meetings between Nov. 20 in Orlando through Feb. 13 in Panama Cit
EESC Notice of Meeting Cancellation on Jan. 16, 1987, and future meetings scheduled from Feb. 6 through Feb. 13.. 1p.
EESC announces meetings on Feb. 6-7 and Feb. 12-13. General Subject Matter to be Considered: Public comment and input relative to the operation and ad
EESC Agenda of Meeting on Friday, February 6, 1987. 1p.
Memo from Florida Land Council re the first meeting of the EESC held on October 31, 1986 with a copy of the Agenda and Environmental Efficiency Act of
List of appointees to the EESC by Harry A. Johnston, President of the Florida Senate. Aug. 27, 1986. 1p.
Letter from The Florida Chamber to Harry Johnston re appointment of Chuck Littlejohn and Terry Lewis to the EESC. July 3, 1986. 2p.
Memo dated Jan. 30, 1986 enclosing copy of proposed environmental reorganization bill. 4p.
1985 Fla. Stats. Sec. 373.223. Conditions for a permit. 1p.
Memorandum to SWFWMD from Staff Attorney
Letter from SWFWMD to WCRWSA re HRS Request for Utilization
Memorandum from Staff Attorney re: Contract Concerning Water Supply
Memorandum re: Highlights of Proposed Pasco County - WCRWSA
Memorandum re: attached Document associated with Water Supply
Letter from Pinellas Board of County Commissioners
Letter from L. M. Blain to SWFWMD re letter from John Logan
Letter to John Logan interpreting the meaning of Section 27-2-C and 274A-3-C of the Five-Party Agreement to be: "..production causing the cumulative w
Letter to SWFWMD from County of Hillsborough re imposing temporary restrictions on pumping in two well fields, as provided in the "5-party Agreement,"
Letter from Terrell Sessums, Speaker of House of Representatives, thanking SWFWMD for copies of regional cooperative agreements on the water situation
Article in U.S. News & World Report, "Atomic Power - Why the Dream Gets Dimmer By the Day." Feb. 16, 1978. 4p.
Handwritten notes of meeting with F.P.& L. Co. re west coast of Florida from North Pinellas County to S Collier County. Feb. 17, 1976. 1p.
Desoto Site Data Sheet. Jan. 22, 1975 with aerial photo. 3p. (Duplicates three pages of #3 and #4 above.)
Letter from General Development Corp. to SWFWMD re requirement to submit an application for their retention ponds, proposed as part of the Peace River
Letter from Fla. Division of State Planning to SWFWMD enclosing copy of the ten-year site plan of Tampa Electric Co. with planned and prospective addi
Newspaper article by Jack Nease in Tampa Tribune Times, "Nuclear Power Decision Will Touch State." May 4, 1975.1p.
Article by Bill Hackney in The Arcadian, "FP&L Explains Power Plant." May 1, 1975. 1p.
Article in Independent Press, "Water Chairman Concerned About complex Forms." April 30, 2975. 1p.
Newspaper article by Robert Hooker in St. Petersburg Times. May 3, 1975. 1p.
Newspaper article by James Walker in Tampa Tribune, "FP&L Use of River Hit." 1p.
"Governor Bush Announces Appointments to Water Management District Boards," and "Governor Appoints 25 to Water Management Districts." March 5, 1999.
"Bush names 25 for water boards." Times. 1p.
"Bush tabs brothers of 2 lawmakers among selections to water boards." The Tampa Tribune. 1p.
"Governor Appoints 14 to State and Local Boards." Press Release, March 1, 1995. 2p.
Resume of Sue Murphy, AICP. Feb. 23, 1995. 6p.
Name of those appointed to SWFWMD and St. Johns River Water Management District. March 1, 1995. 2p.
Letter of recommendation to Gov. Lawton Chiles from Brightman S. Logan for Julian (Jay) Lane, Jr. for the position of SWFWMD Board Member. February 21
Letter of recommendation to Gov. Lawton Chiles from Richard J. Callahan, Jr. for Julian "Jay" Lane's appointment to SWFWMD Governing Board. February 2
Questionnaire For Gubernatorial Appointments (Blank) Dec. 1983. 7p.
St. Johns River Water Management District. Appointments Coming Up In March, 1995. 1p.
Memorandum re District Attorney Fees for Land Acquisition for FY 72/73 through FY 75/76. May 5, 1981. 3p.
Letter to SWFWMD from L.M. Blain re: Attorneys' fees in eminent domain cases where SWFWMD is a defendant. May 5, 1981. 1p.
Letter to SWFWMD from L. B. Blain re: Land Acquisition - Cost Projection relating to retainer fees. June 12, 1981. 1p.
Memorandum re: Land Acquisition Status Report for Save Our Rivers, Green Swamp Flood Detention Area, Hillsborough River Basin, Pinellas-Anclote River
SWFWMD Real Estate Dept. Monthly Status Report re: Status of projects, including well sites. January 24, 1983. 22p.
Letter to Department of Environmental Regulation from SWFWMD re: Save Our Rivers Five-Year Plan (1983). January 12, 1983. 6p.
Memorandum to SWFWMD recommending Governing Board Approval of Save Our Rivers Five-Year Plan of Acquisition, including Exhibit "A" Present and Propose
Memorandum re: Water Storage Land Acquisition Fund Nominations. December 13, 1982. 4p.
Pinellas Anclote River Basin Board, Water Storage Land Acquisition Fund, Final Proposals for six areas. Nov. 19, 1982. 9p.
Exhibit "A" Save Our Rivers Five-Year Plan, Present and Proposed. Exhibit for Item 4B. Nov. 1, 1982. 1p.
Index to Minimum Flows and Levels Rule Revisions Materials
Notice of Correction Minimum Flows and Levels Rules
Prevention and Recovery Strategies for Minimum Flows and Levels
Notice of Rule Development 40D-1 and 40D-4 Mitigation Banking
Notice of Proposed Rule 40D-1, 40D-4 and 40D-400
Notice of Proposed Rule Minimum Flows and Levels Rules
Outstanding Florida Waters Petitions
Fact sheet About Outstanding Florida Waters
Outstanding Florida Waters
Memorandum to Florida Land Council Members re withdrawal of Manasota 88
Communication between the District and the individual well drillers
Letter to Jack Shreve pointing out the error in the Florida Administrative Weekly
Standardization of Rules
Minutes for discussion on Standardization of Rules
Recommendation that water management districts' rules be contained in a separate chapter
Letter from L. M. Blain with an explanation of the confusion in classifying the Rules
Background for renumbering Water Management District Rules
Letter from Charles Littlejohn outlining the accomplishments of the third workshop
Letter from DER re third workshop on the standardization of rules
Letter from Joseph Landers re Renumbering of Chapters 16G, 16H, 16I, 16J and 16K
Chapter 17-40, F. A. C. Chronology of Amendments
Chapter 17-40 Water Policy
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Draft Changes in Workshop Draft
Update on Proposed Revisions to State Water Policy
Handwritten notes of individual comments at meeting held on June 8, 1981
Handwritten notes of Quarterly Meeting held in Lake City
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Letter requesting that the language of Rule 17-40.03(10) be modified
Basin board members seek delay
Basin Boards May Lose Taxing Powers; District to Discuss Proposal
Basin Boards May Lose Taxing Powers
Growers urged to attend July 5 SWFWMD meeting
Water management district's money well is starting to run dry
SWFWMD v. Hernando County regarding Watershed Basin Ad Valorem Taxes
SJRWMD Summary of Minutes of Board of Directors' Meeting
Letter to SJRWMD from SWFWMD re transfer of the Oklawaha River Basin
Letter to SWFWMD from Board of County Commissioners
Resolution No. 74-65 of the Indian River County
A paper entitled "The Structure of Water Management in Florida." 2p.(SD8FWM.DOC)
A paper entitled "Water Management in Florida." 2p. (SD8WMIF.DOC)
A paper on Florida environmental agencies. 2p. (SD8GUBN.DOC)
1985 Fla. Stats. Sec. 373.216. Implementation of program for regulating the consumptive use of water. 1p.
Interpretation of "consistent with the public interest" by the Governing Board of the District is guided by the legislative intent found in Fla. Stat.
Blain, L. M. "Buddy" "Authority Over Water Management Districts Under Section 373.026 (7), Florida Statutes." 6p.
1985 Fla. Stat. Sec. 373.114 Land and Water Adjudicatory Commission, review of district rules and orders, department review of district rules. 1p.
1985 Fla. Stat. Sec. 380.07 Florida Land and Water Adjudicatory Commission. Hereby created. 1p.
1986 Regular Session. Ch. 86-138. This act may be cited as the "Environmental Efficiency Act of 1986." Creating the Environmental Efficiency Study Com
1972 Regular Session. Ch. 72-317. Florida land and water adjudicatory commission. 2p.
Letter from L. M. Blain to SWFWMD returning the Acknowledgment of Service signed relating to the hearing on November 14, 1973 and to be filed with oth
Letter sent to 6 individuals enclosed the proposed Agreement between SWFWMD and Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough Counties and City of St. Petersburg r
Letter to SWFWMD from John Logan, Water Resources Director, Hillsborough County requesting meaning of "regulatory levels" as contained in the "5 Party
Agreement between SWFWMD, SWFWMD (R), Pinellas County, Pasco County, Hillsborough County, and City of St. Petersburg. Nov. 14, 1973. 16p., Exhibit On
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority (WCRWSA) and Pinellas County, v. SWFWMD and Pasco County, and Florida Citrus Mutual. Case No. 88-0693R. 198
WCRWSA and Pinellas County v. SWFWMD, Case No. 88-693R. Amendment to Answers to the Authority's First Set of Interrogatories. Mar. 18, 1988. 3p.
SWFWMD letter to Division of Administrative Hearings enclosing the original and a copy of the Respondent's Motion for Continuance in DOAH Case No. 88-
WCRWSA and Pinellas County v. SWFWMD, Case No. 88-693R. Authority's First Request For Production To SWFWMD. Mar. 9, 1988. 5p.
WCRWSA v. SWFWMD DOAH Case No. 88-0693R/ Florida Phosphate Council's Petition for Leave to Intervene. Mar. 16, 1988. 6p.
WCRWSA and Pinellas County v. SWFWMD
Newspaper article by Arch Abernethy in Tampa Tribune, "Plan For Power Plant Sparks Calls." April 11, 1975. 1p.
Newspaper article by Bill Hackney in Arcadian, "FP&L Releases Plans for Desoto Plan." April 10, 1975. 1p.
Newspaper article by Lucy Ware Morgan in St. Petersburg Times, "Desoto nuclear plant gets cool reception." April 10, 197? 1o,
Article by Jan Godown, Heavy Demands Face Placid Peace River," April 6, 1975. 2p.
Letter from F.P.L. & C. to SWFWMD confirming a presentation to the District Board at its regular meeting on March 12, 1975. Feb. 26, 1975. 1p.
Newspaper article in Tampa Times, "Utility denies N-plant -- officially." April 24, 1975. 1p.
Newspaper article in Tampa Times, "Power plant threat." Feb. 3, 1975. 1p.
Newspaper article by Fred Thomas in Tampa Tribune "First Solar Power Plant Possible In Desoto County. Feb. 1, 1975. 1p.
SWFWMD. "The SWFWMD and the ARK" A History of SWFWMD 1961 - 1967. 10p.
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. "Four River Basins, Florida, FY '78." Sept. 30, 1976. 2p.
Memorandum to Florida Land Council from Chuck Littlejohn re recommendations for appoint to water management district governing boards and the Game and
SWFWMD Notice of Rulemaking. Rule Title: "General Description of District Organization and Operations. No. 40E-1.105. Purpose: This rule is being amen
Memorandum o Florida Land Council from Chuck Littlejohn announcing hiring of Ben Rowe by the Governor's Office to serve as a liaison to Florida's agr
"Statement To Governor Reubin O'D Askew, From The Governor's Conference on Water Management In South Florida," and "Panel Members Listed." Water Manag
"Governor's Conference Report In This Issue, with Panel Members Listed," Water Management Bulletin. SWFWMD. December-January 1971-72. 8p.
"Governor's Conference on Water Management in South Florida; Final Draft for Plenary Session." 1972. 17p.
U. S. Geological Survey. Land Cover Map of the Green Swamp Area, Central Florida, by Benjamin F. McPherson. 1979. Map 36 x 52in.
Maps: Green Swamp Basin, Green Swamp Flood Detention Area, Green Swamp Reservoir, Property Requirements, Parcel Index, Property Requirements, 1969-75.
"This land is sacred to me - Charlie Mack Overstreet," by Joe Guidry in The Tampa Tribune. July 6, 1987. 3p.
Letter to SWFWMD re: Hearing on April 21, 1977 on the Green Swamp Flood Detention Area 10-200 Suits. March 3, 1977. 1p.
Memorandum to SWFWMD Governing Board re: Land Acquisition Status Report. Nov. 16, 1982. 6p.
Florida Department of Environmental Regulation. Memorandum to Water Management District Governing Boards re: Water Management Lands Trust Fund (Save O
Memorandum to SWFWMD re: Monthly Status Report, with data and maps on pending projects. March 31, 1982. 27p.
Memorandum re: Acquisition of Green Swamp Flood Detention Area Parcels - Preliminary Background Work. Feb. 19, 1982. 2p.
Letter from SWFWMD to L. M. Blain submitting a copy of "Save Our Rivers - Five Year Plan." January 12, 1982. 7p.
Letter from SWFWMD to L. M. Blain submitting a copy of "Save Our Rivers - Five Year Plan." December 8, 1981. 7p,
Letter from Northwest Florida Water Management District enclosing copy of Land Acquisition Program to be submitted in January 1982 as the "Five Year L
Memorandum re: Definition of Lands for Five-Year Land Acquisition Plan. November 4, 1981. 1p.
Rules of The Department of Environmental Regulation, Chapter 17-41, Water Management Lands Trust Fund. 4p.
Withdrawal of Petition to Initiate Rulemaking
Special Protection, Outstanding Florida Waters
Petition to Modify the Landward Boundaries of Aquatic Preserve Outstanding Florida Waters
Section 403.061 amended with regard to Department
51 page Petition for the Oklawaha River to be designated an Outstanding Florida Water
Board Travel Outside District's Boundaries
Peninsular Florida Hydrologic Divide
Consumptive Use Permit No. 75-00001
concerns of LaMonte Shimberg's request for an increase in capacity of two wells
Consumptive-Ise Application of LaMonte Shimberg Corporation
Governing Board Minutes of Meeting re District Rules Renumbering
Governing Board's desire to have SWF District Rules remain as Ch. 16J
Exact Wording Regarding Rules Renumbering
Letter from Charles B. Littlejohn re quarterly meeting held on January 20 and 21
DER/WMD Quarterly Meeting
DER/WMD Meeting
Standardization documents from the December 17, 1976 meeting
Second standardization workshop will be held on December 17, 1976
Letter from DER advising that the rescheduled meeting will be held on November 16, 1976
Letter from L. M. Blain stating that the copy of material sent was of poor quality
Memorandum to Governor Graham re suggested language change
commentary on the General Water Policy Proposed Hearing Draft
Letter to SWFWMD from DER referring to a draft
Addition of a statement in the proposed State Water Policy
Draft agreement of the WMD's rules for consistency
Memorandum in response to a request from DER
Memorandum outlining discussions at a workshop sponsored by DER
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Public workshop to discuss a rule on property rights in the use of water
Letter suggesting a meeting to discuss the water issue
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Water Running Out On High Plain
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How did Florida's Administrative System of Water Managment Develop?
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Vail Conference 1982
Florida: It's Scenery, Climate, and History
Chapter 72-299, Committee Substitute for House Bill No. 4060
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A Regional Response to Water Supply Emergencies
Electromagnetic Terrain Conductivity Measurement At Low Induction Numbers
Judicial Decisions
Water Managment Seminar, Discussion Groups
Water Law
Sporhase Case
California Present and Future Water Supplies
Radar Surveys For Geotechnical Site Assessment, Figure 7: Small Piping Features in a Shallow Soil Profile and Figure 8: Steeply Dipping and Fractured Limestone
Pinellas County v. Lake Padgett Pines and Pasco County
Vail 1984 Speakers
An Overview of Florida's Water System
WMD Given Keys Water Authority
Some New "Toys" For Hydrologic Evaluations
Water Managment In The 1980's: Florida's Internal and External Role
SWFWMD Annual Report October 1980-September 1981, Highlights: A Look Back & And A Glance At What's To Come
Water Development For Coal Pipelines: The ETSI Story
Tampa/St. Pete Project Area
Order Form: Landsat Standard Products, Geological Survey
Florida's Internal Role
Definitions Florida Statutes
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, To the People of South Florida
A Downstream Perspective on South Dakota's Purported Sale of Water to ETSI
Starkey Wellfield & City Well No. 5, Cities of Port Richey and Tarpon Springs
Laser/Heterodyne Measurement of Temperature and Salinity
Objective 2: Water Managment 1993
Southern Florida Map
Nebraska Positon on Missouri River Waters
A Summary of the Principle Characteristics and Powers of Regional Water Supply Authorities in Florida
Metritape Gauging for the Water Market
Water Conserv I, Introduction and Background
Drought Summer of '83 is Worst in 50 years
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, Construction Adds Flexibility
Toilet Papers: Designs to Recycle Human Waste and Water: Dry Toilets Greywater Systems and Urban Sewage
History of Water Management District Boundaries Memorandum
Chapter 74-114, Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 504
Water Conserv I, Water Quality
Is the Earth Getting Hotter?
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, You've Been Hearing From Us
Pipelines Aren't New to California
Seedling Works but Water Table Still Too Low
Water Study Likely to Spark Use Debate
Water Conserv I, Present Systems/Water Conserv I
To Save Florida's Water
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Constitution Art. VII, Sec. 9 and 14
Water Gets Costly
Withdrawls from Common Aquifer
Innovations in Methods and Measurements for Water Resources Evaluations, Electro-Magnetic Spectrum
Worms or EBD? Which Do We Prefer: Worms or EDB in Our Cereal?
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 166.011 (Municipal Home Rule), 166.101 (Municipal Borrowing), 166.201 (Municipal Finance), 166.401 (Eminant Domain-Municipal)
Buying a Pig in a Poke
Public Business; Miscellaneous Provisions Chapter 286
Memorandum
Computerized Groundwater Monitoring System
Ground Water Issues and Answers
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 377.xx (Regulation Of Oil)
Water: 7-County Authority Considered by Polk
SWFWMD Annual Report October 1980-September 1981
City of St. Petersburg v. Southwest Florida Water Management District
A Field Guide to Dowsing
Better Ways to Measure Flow Velocity
Post-Water Resources Act of 1972
Water Managment Seminar
Southwest Florida Water Management District Annual Report October 1981-September 1982
St. Johns River Water Management District, Greater St. Johns River Basin, and Florida Department of Revenue, Appellants/Cross Appellees vs. Deseret Ranches of Florida, Inc., Appellee/Cross-Appellant.
Earth-Resistivity Method Is Used To Detect Contaminants
Hydroscope Newsletter
Water Managment Seminar, Topics
Population Distribution
Litigation and Legislation - Groundwater Litigation
Water Supply of Southern California, Aqueducts Serving Southern California
Boynton v. Longley
Water Managment Seminar, Florida Designation Plan Course Approval
Description of Discussion Topics
Water Use in Florida 1980
Managing the Interrelationships of South Florida
Dipolar EM Instruments: Helicopter EM Systems
Two Basic Laws Of Physics: From Geohydrology
Florida Designation Plan Course Approval
SWFWMD Annual Report October 1980-September 1981, Basin Boards and Members
Case for Local Regulation
Map of Calculated Areas Required to Produce the Recharge Needed to Supply Pumpage from the Major Well Fields in the Upper Tampa Bay Region
Automatic Weather Station
1981 Topics: Florida Administrative Code, Water Rights, Water Supply, Weather Modification, Lay Boards, Recharge Recovery, Flood Plain Zoning, Water Shortage
Florida Water Management Districts
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980
South Dakota and the ETSI Experience
Pinellas County Water Systems
Price List: Standard Remote Sensing Data (Satellite Data, Manned Spacecraft Data, Aircraft Data, Misc.)
State's New Water Crisis: Too Much
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, Governing Board
Allocation of Missouri River Water
Withlacoochee Regional, West Coast Regional, Proposed Peace River/Manasota Regional Water Supply Authorities
In-Situ Inc. introduces the SE1000.
Griffin v. St. Johns River Water Management District
Water Conserv I, Southeasterly Wastewater Treatment Program
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, Regulation Reaches Milestones
Wyoming's Position on Allocation of Missouri River Water
Septic Tank Practices: A Guide to the Conservation and Re-use of Household Wastewater
How Did Florida's Administrative System of Water Management Develop?
Chapter 73-190, Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 1164
Water Conserv I, Natural Hydrologic Cycle
Water Wars
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, Combined Statement of Revenue and Expenditures/Combined Balance Sheet
California's Canal Vote
Who Will Control the Weather?
17-40.04 Water Use
Water Conserv I, A Plant For The Future
Water Florida Must Protect Quality
Regional Water Authority Loses Another Member
Status of Weather Modification Activities Under United States and International Law
A Treatise on Law of Waters Including Riparian Rights and Public and Private Rights in Water Tidal and Inland
Innovations in Methods and Measurements for Water Resources Evaluations
EDB Ban Causing a Series of Problems in Florida
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 153.01 (County Water and Sewer Systems), 153.50 (County Water and Sewer Districts)
Cross Section: Monthly Publication of the High Plains Underground Water Conservation No. 1
Florida's Water: Who Owns It and By Whose Authority
Acoustic Well Probe, Model 10
Water Resources Division in the 1980's
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 373.xx (Water Resources Act Index)
Water Panel Faces Uncertain Future
Public Officers and Employees; General Provisions Ch. 112 and 119
Pinellas County v. Lake Padgett Pines and Pasco County
Find Water or End Growth, Planners Say
General Comparison of Continuous Level Gauging Techniques
Pre-Water Resources Act of 1972
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 403.xx (Environmental Regulation Index), 403.291 (Weather Modification), 403.501 (Electrical Power Siting), 403.801 (Environmental Reorganization Act), 403.850 (Drinking Water)
A Closer Look At the South Florida Water Management District
St. Johns River Water Management District, et al., v. Deseret Ranches of Florida, Inc.
Regional Allocation of Water Resources
Shallow Exploration Surface Geophysics Applied to Hydrogeolgy
Florida Water Quality Assurance Act of 1983
Water Managment Seminar, Schedule
Water Management Seminar
State Initiatives for Regionalization
Radar Surveys For Geotechnical Site Assessment, Figure 4: Soil Profile Showing Edge of a Paleo-Sinkhole and Figure 5: Vertical Piping in Soil
Libby, McNeil & Libby v. Roberts
Water Managment Seminar, Participants, Guests and Children
Schedule: Vail Water Management Seminar
Wednesday- Public and Private Supply Needs and Problems
New York Metropolitan Area Water Supply: Present and Future
ENTS: Airborne VLF EM and Ground Transient EM
Village of Tequesta c. Jupiter Inlet Corporation
Two Basic Laws Of Physics: Hydrologic Scale
Participant Survey
SWFWMD Annual Report October 1980-September 1981, SWFWMD: Why, Where, The Governing Board, The Basin Boards
An Overview of Texas Water Resource Problems and Water Resource Issues: As related to Securing Public Input to Revise and Amend The Texas Water Plan
Automatic Categorication of Land-Water Cover Types of the Green Swamp, Florida, Using Skylab Multispectral Scanner (S-192) Data
Available Resources: Stream Flow Characteristics
Review-- Prior Topics
SWFWMD Annual Report October 1980-September 1981, Financial Information
ETSI System Route
St. Petersburg Water System
Objective 1: Water Managment 1988, Water Rights, Water Supply and Reuse, Water Use Permitting, Water Resources Act of 1988
Water Everywhere?
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, Assignment: Solve Keys' Water Problem
Iowa's Position on Interstate Cooperation in the Use and Control of Missouri River Water
Cities of Tampa, Clearwater, Dunedin
In-Situ Inc. introduces the SE200
Save Water Orlando: City of Orlando Public Works Department, Orlando's Water Saving Plan
Flooded Road Photo
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, West Coast Planning, Another Mix-Up Weather Year, Big Cypress Basin Activities
Allocation of Missouri River Water- Position Statement of the South Dakota Department of Water and Natural Resources
Goodbye to Flush the Toilet: Water-Saving Alternatives to Cesspools, Septic Tanks, and Sewers
Tuesday- The Legal Framework
Water Conserv I, Hydrologic Cycle
Water War
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, Message from the Controller
A New War Over Water
Weater Modification: What's on the Horizon? Or, Whose Cloud is That?
Proposed Constitutional Amendments 1975 Session
Residents Near Grove Told to Stop Using Well Water
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Table of Contents
Since Hardee Pulled Out 5-County Water Authority May Dissolve
Weather Modification and the Right of Capture
Thy Neighbors Water
Agreement for the Delivery and Use of Reclaimed Irrigation Water
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 125.01 (County Commissioners; Power)
Sarasota County May Hold Key to Panel's Future
Voters to Elect Slate of Officers
Village of Tequesta v Jupiter Inlet Corp.
Submersible Pressure Transducers: Model PT-105V
Seventh Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida Banquet Address
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 190.xx (Community Development Districts)
Cooperation Counts
286.012 Voting Requirement at Meetings of Govermental Bodies
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
How Much Water Supply Capacity Is Enough?
Computerized Groundwater Monitoring System
Water Management Laws Index
A Model Flood Management Ordinance
SWFWMD Annual Report October 1980-September 1981, Table of Contents
Griffin v. St. Johns River Water Management District
Regionalization: Why and How
Flow Determination and Field Calibration of Pulp Stock Process Flow Using a Point of Measurement Electromagnetic Flow Meter
History of Water Management District Boundaries
Water Managment Seminar, Introduction
Sporhase and Moss v. Nebraska
Evolution of a Regional System
Radar Surveys For Geotechnical Site Assessment
Waters and Watercourses
Water Managment Seminar, Participants
Table of Contents
Joy Sporhase and Delmer Moss, etc., Appellants v. Nebraska, ex rel. Paul L. Douglas, Attorney General
Texas Present and Proposed Water Systems 1971-2021
Terrain Conductivity Meters: One Man Continuous Reading and Two Man Variable Depth
City of St. Petersburg v. Southwest Florida Water Management District
Two Basic Laws Of Physics
Vail 1984 Participants
Water Resources
Governor Graham Kicks Off Keys Pipline Ceremony/District Staff Assists Governor's Office In Keys Water Study
Terrain Anaysis: Interpretation of Aerial Photographs and Images
Available Resources: Topography, Climate, Water Supply and Aquifer Systems, Water Demand
Participants, Guests and Children Vail 1984
SWFWMD Annual Report October 1980-September 1981, Flooding Was Experienced in One Part of the Disctrict While the Drought Was at Its Peak In Another
Weekly Pumpage and Use Report St. Petersburg, Pinellas Co., Tampa and New Port Richey Systems
How to Order Standard Landsat Data
Florida's External Role
Excerpts from Glossary of Terms
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, Message from the Executive Director
Missouri River Basin
West Coast Regional Water System
New Analytical Techniques for Leaky Artesian Aquifer Evaluation
Save Water Orlando: City of Orlando Public Works Department, Water Conservation Program
Stranded Cattle in Lake Cypress Photo
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, Dike Break Creates Responsibilities
Governor's Policy Statement- Missouri River Water Use
Metripipe Sensors (the Metritape sensor-in-a-pipe)
Water Conserv I, Water Conserv I Service Area
Water Levels in Many Rivers At Or Near Records
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, Everglades Project Finally Underway
Issues of the '80s
Crystal River Cooling Tower Reaches 436 Feet
Chapter 75-22, Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 123
Water Conserv I, Overview of Groundwater Conservation Program
EPA Warns Coasts to Shore Up for Rise in Sea Level
SFWMD Annual Report 1979-1980, SFWMD
Florida Map
Cloud-Seeding Harvest: 1 Inch
Water Dispute Between Denver and Vail Gets Nasty, Boils Over Into White House
Water Conserv II, Co-operative Conservation Effort By Orlando And Orange County
EDB's 4-Minute Journey in Tube Makes it Detectable
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 14.202 (Administrative Commission), 20.25 (Dept. of Natural Resources), 20.261 (Dept. of Environmental Regulations), 120.xx (Administrative Procedures Act Index)
Hardee County Quits Regional Water Panel
Lay Boards: Now, Who Really is in Charge of the Store: What Can They Do? And How?
Submersible Pressure Transducers: Model PT-105V
Putting an End to Mass Hypochondria
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 170.xx (Supplemental-Spec. Assessment)
Lopsided And Unneeded
Government in the Sunshine Law
Florida Water Management Districts
Water Supply Systems: How Big or How Small Should They Be? How Effective Can They Be? Should They Be Used As A Growth Control Device? Are They Chickens Or Eggs?
Guidelines for Water Reuse
Excerpts of Florida Constitution and Statutes, Florida Statutes, Sec. 380.xx (Env. Land and Water Managment), 380.07 (Land and Water Adjudicatory Commission), 380.19 (Coastal Planning and Managment)
Friday- Potpourri of Issues: Today and Tomorrow
SWFWMD Annual Report October 1980-September 1981, Governing Board and Committees
Village of Tequesta v. Jupiter Inlet Corporation
Before you Hire a "Water Witch"
Velocity Modified Flow Meter
Water Managment Seminar, Table Of Contents
Northwest Florida Water Management District 1981 Annual Report
Cherry v. Steiner
EPA Official Warns of Cancer-EBD Link
Afternoon Discussion Schedule
Chemicals Identified
Florida Natural Communities -Marine and Estuarine
Past Representatives Included Representatives from the Following Consulting Firms
Florida to Order Far More Water Tests
Florida Natural Communities -Terrestrial
Recent Published Articles
Light Year
Aquatic and Wetland Plants of Florida
An Explanation of the Kissimmee River Demonstration Project
403.812 Delegation of Functions to Water Management Districts.
Not Too Much Pepper, Thank You
A Goad to Growth Control
St. Johns River Water Management District, et al., v. Deseret Ranches of Florida, Inc.
Journal of the Senate
Rules of Water Management District -Matter Index
Some Aspects of Mathematics in Water Resources Investigations
Hillsborough County v. Gutierrez
Technical Aspects of Location Ordinary High Water Lines
Water Management: The Florida System
Titles of Rules of Water Management Districts
Overview of Computer Resources of the Florida Water Management Districts and the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation
Summary of Statutory Laws
Table of Contents
Huston Case Decided in Colorado
United States Department of the Interior Geological Survey
Ground Water Quality
Village of Tequesta v. Jupiter Inlet Corporation
Hydrologic Cycle Diagram
Hazardous Waste and Solid Waste Closure
Fourth Annual Water Management Seminar
Just How Dangerous is EBD? No One Knows For Sure
Schedule: Vail Water Management Seminar
Shankland: Within Limits, Temik, EBD in Water Safe
Environmental and Land Use Law Section Reporter
Evaluation Form
State Misidentified Chemical as Water Threat
Florida Natural Communities -Riverine
Introduction Recent Headlines
Significant Figures
Water Problems are People Problems
Individual Sewage Disposal System (Septic Tank- Absorption Field)
193.015 Additional Specific Factor; Effect of Issuance or Denial of Permit to Dredge, Fill or Construct in State Waters to their Landward Extent.
A Proposed Framework For Developing Multidisciplinary Wetlands Valuation Model
How Growth Plans Could All Dissolve in Water
Permitting of Activities in Wetlands 403.91-403.929
How to Find the Rules
Comparison of Number of Dri Units Constructed to Residential Units Constructed
Anderson v. Bell
Wetlands Strategy Task Force Report on Issues and Recommendations for Executive Council Consideration
Invention Handles Crop Irrigation
Lists of Uniform Section Titles
Ordinary-High Water v. Mean-Annual Flood
Features of Florida's Plan
Water Use and Transport By Plants and Automatic Sensing Water Status for Irrigation Control
Colorado Water Law A Primer
Some Aspects of Digital Computer Models of Groundwater Systems
Water Management Laws Index
Appendix
Hydrodynamics
Panel Discussion- The Definition of Hydrostratigraphic Units in Florida
1985 Attorneys/Engineers/Hyrdologists/Planners
Ghyben-Herzberg Theory
Composite List of All Persons Attending Vail Seminars
Neighborhood is Split Over Effects of EBD Found in its Drinking Water
Wetlands Considerations: A Rapidly Expanding Challenge Table of Contents
Florida Designation/Certification Plan Course Approval
Florida Natural Communities -Subterranean
Vail Participants
Powers of Ten and Orders of Magnitude of Times
Definitions of Terms for Terrestrial and Palustrine Natural Communities
Time Bomb in Our Tap Water!
Septic Tank: Is There A Future In It?
403.265 Peat Mining: Permitting
How Television Poisoned Our Ideas About Temik
Back to the Original
403.8171 Ratification of Rule 17-4.022, Florida Administrative Code, with Addition
Florida Facts
380.06 380.07 380.08 380.085 380.11
Sporhase and Moss v. Nebraska
Decision Making in Water Management: Florida's Experience with Grass Roots Decisions Table of Contents
Dealing With The Expert Witness
Water Management District Rule Implementation
Judge Nears Ruling on Lake Hatchineha Cypress Logging
Types of Water Allocation
Cross Section
Ch. 17-42 Water Management Lands Trust Fund
Water Worries Evaporate with Computerized Irrigation
Water Management Lands Trust Fund Chapter 17-42
Unresolved Consumptive Use Permitting Issues
Hydroscope Newsletter
Physics
Tips on Technical Testimony
Attachment
Physical Properties and Principles
Solid Waste Management Land Disposal Facility Closure
Physical Properties and Principles- Darcy's Law
Table of Contents
Farmers Fight Microscopic Battle to Save Crops
Role of the South Florida Water Management District in Growth Management
Debate Rages Over Need for Pollutant Standards
Florida Natural Communities -Lacustrine
Vail Participants, Guests and Children
Tschinkel: Small Polluters are Florida's Big Problem
Florida Natural Communities -Palustrine
Too Hot to Handle?
Are Septic Tanks Sacred?
Analysis of the Wetlands Act
Water Industry Inches Toward Metric Usage
403.814 General Permits; Delegation.
Florida Water Management Districts Map
Growing Tall Without Sprawl
Cherry v. Steiner
Model Water Code Commentary
Meaning of Averages, Means and Medians
Preparing To Be a Witness
Ch. 17-40 Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation
Ordinary High Water Mark: Attempts at Settling an Unsettled Boundary Line
Consumptive Use Permits
Crop Moisture Index
Computer Phobia
Rules of the Department of Environmental Regulation Chapter 17-40 Water Policy
Florida Water Law: A Synopsis
Water Facts
Water Management Districts Role in Florida's Growth Management Efforts
SWFWMD Memorandum Concerning Property Rights and Water
Excerpted and Condensed from "Groundwater" by Freeze and Cherry
Rules of the State of Florida Department of Environmental Regulation Chapter 17-30
Image
Water Law
EPA Memorandum on Clean Water Act Jurisdiction Over Isolated Waters
1986 Attorneys/Engineers/Hydrologists/Biologists/Planners
Jurisdictional Questions
World's Water Supply is Feeling the Pressure
Newest Brokered Resource is Water
Soviets Looking for Iceberg to Tow
Colorado Water Workshop WSC
Politics of Water
Importance of Photooxidation in Determining Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations: Impact on Regulatory Decisions
SRWMD Individual and Conceptual Approval Permit Procedures
Officials Advocate Safeguarding Wells
Peanut Butter Riskier than Water
Groundwater Cleanup Predicted Thrust for 1990's
Martin and Palm Beach Counties Location Map, Exhibit A
Loxahatchee River Donation, Save Our Rivers Program
Master Drainage Plan
How to Prepare and Conduct a Direct Examination of a Witness
Changes in Wetland Jurisdiction Policies and Procedures Effecting Isolated Wetlands
Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
Regulatory Guidance Letter
Meeting the Financial Needs of the "Save Our Rivers Program" and other Land Acquisition Programs
Water Management Districts of Florida
Water Reuse
Days of Plentiful Water Have Come to an End
Water: A New Cash Crop
'Monster' Salt Lake is a Threat
Water Well Drilling in the High Desert
SRWMD "30 Day" General Permit Procedures
Detailed Outline: Loxahatchee River/C-18 Basin Restoration Program, A Partnership Venture
Stop Gasoline Leaks Into Our Fresh Water
Chemicals Will Be On Your Thanksgiving Table
Borrow Pit Owner Lets Cleanup Deadline Pass; Judge Orders Jail Time
Draft Resource and Process Issues
Flow Augmentation Diagram
Open Space Concept Plan
How to Evaluate an Expert's Statistical Analysis
Marsh Community Development in a Central Florida Phosphate Surface-Mined Reclaimed Wetland
1986 Water Management Seminar
Water Management Seminar Vail 1986 Program Schedule
Land Acquisition By Water Management Districts
Florida Designation/Plan Course Approval
Colorado Ground Water Law
Lakes, Rivers are Cleaner, but Groundwater is a New Concern
Los Angeles Area's Bid to Buy Water Supplies Has Far-Reaching Implications
High Desert Water Well Drilling
SRWMD "Instant" General Permit Procedures
Abstract: Loxahatchee River/C-18 Basin Restoration Program, A Partnership Venture
Save the Well Fields
Brief Scare in Gotham
Landowner Must Pay for Removal of Any On-Site Hazardous Waste
Wellfield Protection Activities & Ordinances
Contributing Areas for the Loxahatchee River and C-18 Basin
Vegetation Associations Map
Join the Environmental Network
Effects of Hydroperiod on Survival and Growth of Tree Seedlings in a Phosphate Surface-Mined Reclaimed Wetland
Fifth Annual Water Management Seminar
Chief Army Engineer Whistles Through Senate, 60-34
Water Management Seminar 1986 Vail, Co.
Clean Water Act Jurisdiction over Isolated Waters
Water Management Seminar Vail 1986 Participants and Guest List
Outline- Colorado Ground Water Law
Permanent Global Shortage of Water Foreseen in Study
Montana has Water to Sell
Water Supply and Growth Management: A New Approach
Consumptive Use Permits
Mined Lands Reclamation and Waste Disposal Thoughts for Some Alternative Strategies
Consumptive Use Permit Rule Issues Paper
Only Huge Quantities of Mother Nature's Toxicants Can Be Harmful
In Pursuit of Contaminant-Free Water
South Florida, SFWMD Boundries and Structures
Implications of Water Level and Hydroperiod on the Maintenance of Wetlands in South Florida
Guide to Florida Environmental Permitting
Wetlands
Colorado Water Law A Primer
Dawson is Approved, Warned on Wetlands
Politics of Power
Expert: A Guide to Forensic Engineering and Service as an Expert Witness
Sunset/Sundown Review of Water Management Districts
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Table 5: Volume Stage Relationship for the Hypothetical Subdivision
Hot About Cooling Water
Groundwater
More Reuse Study Needed
Water Management Seminar List of Guests and Participants
Wetlands of Seminole County: Technical Report 41
Incomplete Scorecard of EESC Positions
Northwest Florida Water Management District Staff
DER's New G-1 Rule, Areal Extent of Principal Aquifers in Florida and Effective Porosity defined in G-1 Rule
We Need Wetlands, They Need Us
"Save our Rivers" or "Save our Property": The Costs and Consequences of Coastal
Memorandum: Section 373.414, Florida Statues
Map of Priorities Established in SWIM Bill
St. Johns River Water Management District Staff
17-3.404 Standards for Class G-I and Class G-II Ground Water
Drive on to Restore Area Creeks' Sparkle
An Analysis of State Water Resources Planning Processes in the United States
Doctrine of Reliction When Artificially Caused (An Update to Include Sand Key.)
Fiscal Comparisons of Water Management Districts
Biographical Data
Preliminary G-1 Classification Data Compilation Middle Gulf Region, FL, Table 3: Names and Flow rated for Springs Shown in Figure 4
Tampa Palms Ordered to Stop Logging Operation on its Property
Selected Environmental Cases Affecting Local Government in Florida
National Water Summary 1985
Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law: Contents
Environmental Efficiency Study Commission Public Meetings
Preliminary G-1 Classification Data Compilation Middle Gulf Region, FL, Figure 6: Generalized Thickness of the Confining Unit Overlying the Floridian Aquifer
Man-Made Wetlands Concern Manasota 88
Isolated Wetlands Legislation, Laws Of Florida
Vacating Office Chapter 114
Water and Non-Water Related Environmental Features
An Overview of Transactional Environmental Audits
Agenda Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
Location of Major Municipal Wells
Pinellas Water Wasn't in Danger, Expert Tells Court
Memorandum: Wetlands Rulemaking Update
Letter
Endangered Species Listing Process
Second Report to the Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Figure 1: Principal Aquifer in Puerto Rico
EPA Fears Water in Brandon Wells a Health Threat
Memorandum: Isolated Wetlands Rulemaking, Wildlife Research Laboratory
California's Drinking Water Law Stirs National Wave
A Quick Chronological Glance at the New Process of Adopting Local Plans
FALR: Florida Administrative Law Reports
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Table 2: North Coast Limestone Hydrogeologic Framework
Aquifers Need Extra Protection
Isolated Wetlands Amendment Part IV, Chapter 373: Letter from Breedlove, Dennis and Associates Inc. Enviromental Consultants
A Superbowl Flush
Comprehensive Planning: Top Down or Bottom Up?
Florida Specifier
Table of Contents
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Figure 6: Map Showing Extention of Rio Grande of Manati to the Rio Cibuco Area
1985 Annual Supplement
Future of Water in Doubt
2000 County Population (Projections) Map
Impact of Growth On Water Resources
Florida Designation and/or Certification Plan Course Approval
DER's Proposed Mitigation Rule, Ch. 17-12.3, from Biological Research Associates, Inc.
Beneath Calm Surface, Florida's Largest Lake is Choking on Algae
1987 Water Management Seminar Brochure
Florida Facts
Speech: Consumptive Use Permits
Summary of Vail Programs In Past Years
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Figure 2: Lotus Map of Evaporation Gages Located in the Cypress Creek Basin Showing Four Evaporation Stations
Navigation the Wetlands Jurisdiction of the Army Corps of Engineers
Experimental Water Plan Studied
Group Reservation Request Form-Florida Water Management Seminar, Lion Square Lodge and Conference Center
Local Comprehensive Plans are Required to Include Elements that Address these Areas
Letter: Basis of Review for Surface Water Management Permit Applications Within the South Florida Water Management District Appendix 7 Isolated Wetlands/Laws of Florida Ch 86-186 (Enclosed)
Powers and Responsibilities of Florida's Water Management Districts
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Table 4: Lotus Model of the Puls Flood Routing Method
Florida Power to Suggest Alternatives to Cooling Towers
Wetlands Protection and Mitigation in Colorado
Water Reuse is a Reality
Introduction
Guest Column
Alternate Public Hearing /Notice Draft-1/2/87
Fiscal Comparison of Water Management Districts
Current Rule Status on 40C-4, 40C-40, 40C-41 (Wekiva Basin)
Environmentalists Planning Confrontation
Florida Water Management Districts
Causes and Control of Sedimentation in the Parapeti River Basin, Bolivia, South America
Section 7: Flrodia Statues, 373.414 Wetlands
Surface Water Improvement and Management
Southwest Florida Water Management District Staff
17-3.403 Classification of Gound Water, Usage, Reclassification
Florida's Water Resources: Trends, Issues, Strategies
Ordinary High Water Line
Technical Memorandum: Biological Justification-Isolated Wetlands Rule
DER's Authority Under Ch. 87-97
Discussion Groups Schedule
Preliminary G-1 Classification Data Compilation Middle Gulf Region, FL, Figure 4: Locations of Major Springs, Middle Gulf Region
Government to Control Swampbusting
Legal Environment for Water Resources Planning in Florida
John E. Moore
Is Florida Really Saving Swamps?
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Figure 5: Simulated vs. Measured Flows Heads at Well 4
Committees
Areas of Natural Recharge to Floridian Aquifer
In Between Environment and Development
Eateries Get Fish From Unclean Lakes
District Wetland Definition
"Ground Water", "Ground-Water" or "Groundwater"?
Agenda Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
Location of Wellfields
Chemicals in Pits Didn't Threaten Drinking Water, Chemist Testifies
Letter From South Florida Water Management District: Appendix 7: Isolated Wetlands
'Skipper' to Cost Dam Biolders $600,000
Pump: Under the Florida Constitution: A History of Water Management District Ad Valorem Taxing Authority
Letter
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico
One City's Water Woes Illustrate Proposed Rule
Table 1. Use of Isolated Wetlands by Vertebrates in Florida
Transmountain Water Diversions in Colorado
Iowans See Pesticide Threat
Environmental Network
Gubernatorial Appointments - Miscellaneous
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Table 1: Description of Formation and Formation Members of Northern Puerto Rico
Preliminary Surveys Begin Today to Test Area's Well Water Quality
Letter from Florida Environmental Incorporated, Isolated Wetlands Rules Pursuant to s. 373.414 F.S.
Generally Speaking, U.S. has Plenty of Water
Basis of Review for Surface Water Management Permit Applications Within The South Florida Water Management District
Tampa Bay Business Journal
Seventh Annual Water Management Seminar
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Figure 5: Map Showing Extention of Rio Grande of Arecibo to Rio Grande of the Manati Area
Basis of Review for Surface Water Management Permit Application Within the Southwest Florida Water Mangement District Appendix 4: Criteria for Review of Isolated Wetlands
Water in America
1985 County Population (April 1 Estimates) Map
1988 Water Management Seminar
Analysis
Preservation of Native Flora of Florida, Ch. 5B-40
There's Room for Both
Florida Story a Changing and Growing State
Consumptive Use Permits
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Table 1: Portion of Rain Database for Cypress Creek Study
Memorandum: Clean Water Act Jurisdiction Over Isolated Waters, from United States Environmental Protection
Confusion Abounds About Lake Okeechobee Condition
Letter from Fink Inc
Level of Service and Public Facilities
Status Report on Florida Private Property Rights
Florida Water Management Districts Map
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Table 3: Approximate Water Budget for Upper Cypress Creek Basin 1966-1983
Just Whose Land Is It - Anyway?
Mitigation Policy Metting Update
Denver Metering Program Faces Little Resistance
Table of Contents
Unfunded Local Government Infrastructure Costs 1985-2000
Recommended Public Hearing/Notice Draft -1/2/87
Senate Resources Committee Questionnaire #2
State Toxics Law Could Happen to You
DER's New G-1 Rule, Hydraulic Conductivity of Selected Rocks
Denver Converts Sewer Water to Drinking Water
Issues and Opinions
Government in the Sunshine/Sunshine Act and Public Records
ENFO
Surface Water Improvement and Management Act Abstract
17-3.021 Definitions
Drought May Help Wetland
Assessments of Water Resource Management Issues and Options
Ownership Boundaries Between Non Tidal Sovereignty Submerged Lands And Uplands Or Swamp And Overflowed Lands
Memorandum: Water Management District Rules Concerning Isolated Wetlands
Identification of Priority Water Bodies within the SFWMD
Suwannee River Water Management District Governing Board
Preliminary G-1 Classification Data Compilation Middle Gulf Region, FL, Figure 1: Comparision of Estimated Average Predevelopments Potentiometric Surface and May 1981 Potentiometric Surface of the Floridian Aquifer
Pools and Patios Have No Place in Wetlands
Appendix D: Key Elements of Strategic Management in Government
Current Status of "Takings" Issue
Recommended Public Hearing/Notice Draft- 1/2/87
Myth of Mitigation
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Figure 4: Simulated vs. Measured Flows at San Antonio
Chronology Environmental Effiency Study Commission
Waste Water to be Dumped in Wetlands
Wetlands
Florida Surface-Water Resources
Environmental Review For Surface Water Management
Appendix
Agenda Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
Memorandum: G-1 Groundwater Classification
Basis of Review for Surface Water Management Permit Applications Within the South Florida Water Management Disctrict
Basis for Membership of Southwest Florida Water Management District
Water Resources Development vs. Fish and Wildlife Problem Areas Studied
Expert Testimony
Florida Electric Power Coordinating Group Presentation to the Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
County Warned of Viral Epidemic
Importance of Isolated Wetlands to Vertebrates in Florida
Eateries Get Fish from Unclean Lakes
Major Provisions of the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act and Administrative Rules
Florida Administrative Weekly: Cover and Contents
Boards Within the Department of Professional Regulation
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Figure 2: Stratigraphic Sequence
Soil From Contaminated Landfill Has No Business in Pasco County
Index to Clippings from Various Publications
Draft of 40E-4.091, 40E-4.301
U.S. Water News
Water Management Seminar Vail 1988 Summary Program
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Figure 4: Map Showing Extenstion of Aguadilla to Rio Grande of the Arecibo Area
Chapter 40D-4 Management and Storage of Surface Waters Isolated Wetlands Rule- Appendix 4, Letter from SWFWMD
Planning and Budgeting for a Growing Florida
Common Law Rights and Remedies
Discussion Group Assignments
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Figure 8: Map Showing Extention of the San Juan Metropolitan Area
Water Districts are Critical Tool
Groundwater Protection: Industry/Development Perspective
Vail Water Management Seminar Participants and Guests -All Years
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Figure 1: Lotus Map of the Cypress Creek Basin
Commentary: The Proposed Mitigation Rule--Anon
Infrastructure
Conversion Sheet
Evolution of Florida's Administrative System of Water Management
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Table 2: Lotus Model, Distance Weighing Distribution for Rainfall at Cypress Creek
Stronger Efforts Needed to Save Our Environment
Swampbusting: Why the 1985 Farm Bill Protects our Wetlands
Water Districts are Critical Tool
6th Annual Water Management Seminar, January 10-18, 1987
Infrastructure Needs: Cities and Counties 1986-2000
Sundown Act, Chapter 82-46; Regulatory Sunset Act, Chapter 84-94
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Table 6: Summary of Simulation of Cypress Creek Above San Antonio: 1979
Sea Grasses Return to Simmons Park
DER's New G-1 Rule
New Attitudes Needed for Reuse
Past Participants and Guests
Government in the Sunshine
Florida Administrative Weekly
South Florida Water Management District Governing Board
DER's New G-1 Rule, Size of propsed zones of protection altered by changing a variable
Report Calls for Worldwide Program to Save Wetlands
Index: Executive Summary, A Report to the Five Florida Water Management Districts
Waterfront Boundary Changes Due to Change in Amount of Soil
Memorandum: Propsed Wetlands Regulation Update
Surface Water Improvement and Management
Suwannee River Water Management District Staff
17-4.245 Installations Dischanrging to Ground Water; Permitting and Monitoring Requirements
Approve New Wetland Plan
A Critique of Water Resources Planning in Florida
Board of Trustees of the International Improvement Trust Fund v. Sand Key Associates, Ltd.
Memorandum: Currents Rules Status on 40C-4, 40C-40, 40C-41 (Wekiva Basin)
Implications of Hydrology and Landscape Ecology on the Maintenance of Freshwater Wetland Ecosystems in Florida
Discussion Outline Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
Preliminary G-1 Classification Data Compilation Middle Gulf Region, FL, Figure 5: Location of Major Sinkholes Investigated in Middle Gulf Region 1976-1984
Amend State Wetlands Law to Cover Archaeology Sites
Setting Water Quality Goals that are Responsible and Realistic
Colorado Surface-Water Resources
Diversity of Wetands in Florida; A Concern for Regulation
Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law: Environmental Regulatory Streamlining: A State Perspective
Preliminary G-1 Classification Data Compilation Middle Gulf Region, FL, Table 2: Projected Water Use By County
Chemicals in Private Well Water Found Locally, Too
Memorandum: Isolated Wetlands
SWFMD Governing Board Membership
Comparisons Between WMD and DER Wetland Jurisdiction
Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice for Environmental Professionals
Environmental Efficiency Study Commission Meeting Minutes
Evaluation of the Potential Water Supply Impacts Proposed by a Gasoline Pipline
Scientists Say It's Improbably Borrow Pits Polluted Well Fields
Techinical Memorandum: Biological Justification--Isolated Wetlands Rule
Vail 1987 Program
South Florida Water Management District's Role in the Review of Local Government Comprehensive Plans
Must Read Publications
Gubernatorial Appointments - Environmental
Throwing Out Wash Water
Letter from Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Dear Vail Seminar Participants and Guests
Repeal of Rule 40E-4.301(1)(i) 1, 2 and portions of 3, Land Use Compatibility Requirements for Issuance of Permits
AWRA: American Water Resources Association: Water Resources Bulletin
Water Management Seminar Vail 1988 Participants and Guest List
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Table 3: Schematic Diagram of Possible Patterns of Groundwater Flow and Estimted Hydraulic Conductivities in the Major Formations
Size Class Distributions of North and Central Florida Wetlands
International Costs of Water
Impact of Growth
Florida Conservation News
Water Management Seminar Program
Karst Terrain of the North Coast of Puerto Rico, Figure 7: Map Showing Extention of the Rio Cibuco to Rio de la Plata Area
Wildlife, Chapter 372
Fighting Gets Fierce As Water Wars Spill Into the Courts
Percent Change in County Population 1985-2000 Map
Trends in Stormwater Management
Participants and Guests List
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets
State Department Planning Promotion of Lake Okeechobee
Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
Infrastructure
Vail 1987 Program
1987 Discussion Group Reports
Water Resources Analysis Using Electronic Spreadsheets, Figure 3: Lotus Map of Mean Elevation (feet) per Square Mile in the Cypress Creek Basin
Water Experiment in Works
A Quantitative Approach for Assessing the Character of Mitigated Fresh Water Marshes and Swamps in Florida
Vail 1987 Program
Capital Expenditures
Memorandum: Recommended Public Hearing Draft- Isolated Wetlands Rule Amendments
Occurrence of Groundwater
Getting Dry -Lack of Rain Begins to Concern Officials
Bill # HB 1280 House of Representatives Natural Resources Committee Staff Analysis and Economic Impact Statement
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Foreward and Contents
Lecture Notes
Unconfined and Confined Aquifers Image
Martinez to Ignore Water District Law
Governor Creates Commission on the Future of Florida's Environment
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Aquifers Store and Transmit Ground Water, Types of Aquifers
Proposed Program for the Paired Site Study Approach on Biosphere Reserves
Florida's Preservation 2000
Recommendations of the Wildlife Advisory Group to the Department of Community Affairs
Approved Top Priority Water Bodies of the Surface Water Improvement and Management Program July 1988
Resume of Thomas A. Prickett
Board to Decide Amount Developer Should Pay Into Wildlife Fund
Information: The Most Un-Managed Resource in Water Management
Rules Regualting the Florida Bar: Rule 4-1.5
Department of Environmental Regulation 1990 Legislation Concepts
Rats' Value in Cancer Research Questioned
There's More Consistency Under The Growth Management Act Than Meets The Eye
Evidence Code: Privileges Recognized Only as Provided
Biography of Robert A. Bisson
A Bill to be Entitled, An Act Relating to Stormwater
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Ground Water Resources in Geologic Regions, Map
Evidence Code: Privileged Communication Necessary to Adverse Party
Letter
DER Can Redeem Itself On 'Outstanding Waters'
Bluebelt Amendment: Will it Help Protect Recharge Lands?
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Major Ground Water Problems: Overdraft
Phosphate Companies as Water Recyclers, Transporters, and Suppliers
Rules of Professional Conduct: Ethical Constraints on Communications with Hearing Officer
DCA Upland Vegetation and Wildlife Policy Rule 9J-2.0258 Workshop Draft Summary of Resource Impacts
Meter Demand is High in Denver
Board of Professional Land Surveyors Rule Chapter Title: Minimum Technical Standards
Course Credit Approval
Rules of Professional Conduct: Impartiality and Decorum of the Tribunal
Why Save the Turtles?
Thatcher Puts Water Up For Bid
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Major Ground Water Problems: Contamination from Liquid Waste
Vail Water Management Seminar Participants and Guests -All Years
Environmental and Land Use Law: Pro/Con: Intervention in Environmental Permitting Should There Be a Price?
New Environmental Perils Good For Filling Those Dull Moments
Environmental Efficiency Study Commission Minority Report
Table of Contents
Execuive Council Summary of the Sovereignty Lands Problem
Environmental Efficiency Study Commision: Managing Florida's Environmental Assets
Common Law Rights and Remedies
State of Florida Office of the Governor Executive Order Number 90-21
No Pap from NAPAP
Ninth Annual Water Management Seminar Vail, Colorado February 3-11, 1990
Evaluation Form
Final Revisions to the "Water Policy" Rule 17-40
Environmental Efficiency Study Commision: Managing Florida's Environmental Assets: Contents
Critical Water Resources Areas in Florida - 1988
Changes in World Economy Could Change Water Management Priorities, Predicts Scientist
Water Image
Fresh Water Is In Danger, Study Says
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Cover
Colorado Congress Poses Question What Would It Be Like To Become A Real 'Water Czar'?
Water Image
Cow Flatulence Adds to Warming of Atmosphere
State of Florida Office of the Governor Executive Order Number 88-256
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Aquifers Store and Transmit Ground Water
Joint Soviet-American Scientific Research in the OKA Biosphere Reserve
Governor Proposes "Preservation 2000" Bonding Program to Acquire Environmental, Recreation Lands
Chapter 373 Water Resources
Surface Water Improvement and Management Act Chapter 17-43
Governor's Water Resource Commission
Large Preserve Sought With Developers' Contributions
Of Earth and Eagles
Materials on Ethics
1990 Legislative Issues
Chemicals Replace Microbes As Top Health Danger, Scientist Says
1989 Legislature and the "Concurrency" Requirement
Grounds for Disciplinary Proceedings
Bill # PCB 1
Environment Can Have An Major Impact On Your Portfolio
State of Florida Department of Environmental Regulation -Stormwater Legislation
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Ground Water Resources in Geologic Regions
Evidence Code: Privileged Matter Disclosed Under Compulsion or Without Opportunity to Claim Privilege
On National Scale, Florida's Waters are Insignificant
Blue Belt Amendment
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Major Ground Water Problems: Overdraft, Legal, Contamination
Rules of Professional Conduct: Setting Attorneys' Fees for Representation in Administrative Hearings, Fees for Legal Services
An Environmental Enforcement Section Within the Division of Law Enforcement
Japanese Come Up With Anti-Tinkling Device
Legal Issues Involved in OHWL Designation
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Major Ground Water Problems: Contamination from Underground Structures
Participants and Guests List Water Management Seminar Vail, 1989
Rules of Professional Conduct: Obligations to Client and Tribunal
Environmentalism: The Nice Crisis
Ordinary High Water Mark Rules
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Major Ground Water Problems: Domestic Contamination
Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
APA Uses and Abuses
Talks Grow Serious on Econ's Fate
Managing Florida's Environmental Assets
Navigability of Non-Tidal Water Bodies For Land Title Purposes in Florida
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Glossary and References
Water Law: The Florida System
Handwritten Notes
Live Dangerously - Eat
A Citizens Guide to the SWIM Priority List
Vail Water Management Seminar Participants and Guests - All Years
Chapter 18-22C Public Trust Considerations for Determining Continued Board of Trustee Interest in Certain Sovereignty Lands -DNR Draft
What's Really Important In Water Management
South Florida Water Management District: A Management and Fiscal Accountability Review and Analysis: Table 1: Comparision of Water Management Districts 1987-1988
Toward National Water Policy Coordination: The Challenge of Improving Intergovernmental Relations Background Paper
Water Resources 1990
HJR 1279
Appendix
Allocations and Priorities
Water Image
Weather is Blamed for Pollution in Lake
Environmental Reorganization
Ground Water Issues and Answers: The Hydrologic Cycle, How Ground Water Occurs
Lecture Notes
In Crowded East, Water Becomes Gold
Legislation 1988 Ch. 88-393 Section 5 amending Part III of the Water Resources Act of 1972 relating to well construction
Surface Water Improvement and Management Rule
Groundwater Modeling: Soviet Style
Executive Order Number 90-21 State of Florida Office of the Governor
Florida Preserve Network
Cost Recovery Rates: Proposed Guidelines, Methodology and a Case Study, Table 1: Summary of Sample Rate Calculations for GIS Technical Services
Lehtinen's Fortunes Stall in Limbo
Food for Thought
Concurrency: A Summary of the Issues
National Society of Professional Engineers: Code of Ethics
Bill # HB 1017
Bank Is Held Liable For Not Revealing Flood Hazard
Federal Wastewater Funding Dries Up
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Geochemical Cycle
Searching The World For Groundwater Resources
DER's Proposed Stormwater Legislation (Draft No. 8-1988) Summary and Analysis
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Ground Water Serves Many Users
Rules Regulating the Florida Bar: Fairness and Opposing Party and Councel
Wetland Creation and Restoration: The Status of Science Volume I and II
Well Fee Is Upheld By Texas Court
'Bluebelt' Critics Say It Would Dry Up Revenue
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Major Ground Water Problems: Industrial Contamination
Table of Contents
Public Officers and Employees; General Provisions
Woodman Spare That Tree: Comments on the Department of Community Affairs Proposed Upland Vegetation and Wildlife Policy, Rule 9J-2.2058
Giant Vacuum Sucks Up Bad Insects In The Patch
Chronology of Attorney General's Knowledge of Board of Professional Land Surveyor's OHWM Rulemaking
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Major Ground Water Problems: Agricultural and Natural Contamination
Discussion Group Notes 1988
From the Editor: Standards of Professional Courtesy
Ground Water Issues and Answers
Navigable Waters
Ground Water Issues and Answers: AIPG Policy on Ground-Water Issues
Vail Mountain Map
A Bill to be Entitled, An Act Related to (draft)
Letters: Efficiency in Conservation
1987 Annual Report Northwest Florida Water Management District
Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
Chapter 18-22B Procedures, Standard and Criteria for Determining the Ordinary High Water Line -DNR Draft
Environmental Efficiency Study Commision: Managing Florida's Environmental Assets: Cover
Policy Issues Facing Water Management In Florida
South Florida Water Management District: A Management and Fiscal Accountability Review and Analysis
Toward National Water Policy Coordination: The Challenge of Improving Intergovernmental Relations
Water Law: The Florida System
What Greenhouse Effect?
Bill # HJR 1279 House of Representatives Natural Resources Committee Staff Analysis and Economic Impact Statement
Borrowing From the French, 'Paperless' Toilets are the Latest High-Tech Marvel in the Finest of Japanese Homes
Indian Water Lords Awash in Legal Battles to Take Away Rights
A Rainy Day in Tampa
HB 1280
Ground Water Issues and Answers: What is Groundwater?, Main Types of Porosity
Groundwater Contamination The Threat To Our Diminishing Groundwater Resource
Contour Map of a Groundwater Surface Showing Flow Lines
Legislation 1988 Ch. 88-242 amending various parts of Chapter 373, the Water Resources Act of 1972
Commission on the Future of Florida's Environment Membership
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Natural Quality of Ground Water
Water Resources, A Global Challenge: Presidential Address to the 24th Annual Conference of AWRA, 1988
Governor Issues Executive Order Implementing Recommendations of Water Resources Commission
Format For SWIM Plans
Cost Recovery Rates: Proposed Guidelines, Methodology and a Case Study
Corps, District Must Get Everglades Water Permits
Eagles Land on Builder, Then Law Comes Down
Buzz Words
American Society of Civil Engineers: Code of Ethics
Department of Natural Resources 1990 Legislative Concepts
Pollution Issues Affecting Loan Decisions
DCA's Sector Planning Process Proposed Legislation
Evidence Code:: Waiver of Privilege by Voluntary Disclosure
"Megawatershed" Model
Banks Requiring Environmental Audits on Properties
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Ground Water Resources in Geologic Regions, Where Ground Water is Concentrated
Rules of Civil Procedure: General Provisions Governing Discovery
Memorandum Of Agreement Between The Environmental Protection Agency And The Department Of The Army Concerning The Determination of Mitigation Under The Clean Water Act Section 404(b)(1) Guidelines
Private Dam Stirs Up Feud in Colorado
Blue Belt Amendment
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Major Ground Water Problems: Legal
Eighth Annual Water Management Seminar
Rules of Professional Conduct: Ethical Constraints on Successive Goverment and Private Employment
Regulation of Upland Habitat
An Unusual Punishment For an Uncertain Violation
Sunset Review of Chapter 472 "Land Surveying"
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Major Ground Water Problems: Municipal Contamination
Participants Names and Address Water Management Seminar January 21-29, 1989
Planners Favoring Eagles Over Resort
Supplementary Material Index
Letter
Ground Water Issues and Answers: Information Required for Ground Water Problem Analysis and Decision Making
Administrative Law: Rulemaking in Florida: An Opportunity for Reflection
Our Greatest Risk: The Danger That We May Quit Risking
HB 1281
Water Management Seminar Vail 1990 Program
Chapter 18-22A Standards and Criteria for Determining Sovereign Ownership of Freshwater Waterbodies -DNR Draft
Environmental Efficiency Study Commision: Managing Florida's Environmental Assets: Letter
WMD AD VALOREM TAXES 1988/89 - Draft 7/1/88
Policy Issues Facing Water Management in Florida
Forging a New State-Federal Alliance in Water Management
Participants' Names and Addresses
Florida Bar Continuing Legal Education Requirement Course Attendance Card
What's Wrong With Our Weather
Legislation Proposed by The Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
Cow Curfew to Cut Nitrate Pollution
1981 Save Our Rivers Water Management Lands Trust Fund Section 373.59, Florida Statutes
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation, Figure 34: Predicted Drawdown in Suwannee Aquifer for SCHRWF Production of 24 MGD and Figure 35: SWFWMD Predicted Drawdown in Floridan Aquifer for SCHRWF Production of 24 MGD
Florida House of Representatives: Wallace, Dantzler HB 1281
Florida Water Management During The Last 50 Years
Current and Chronic Problems in Florida's Water Management System
Tuesday Schedule
Evolution of Florida's Administrative System of Water Management
Exhibit C
Restoring the Ocklawaha River Basin and Floodplain
Surface Water Contamination from Nonpoint Sources, Table 4: Brief Comparison of Conventional and Toxic Pollutants
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 6: Federally Designated Critical Habitat
Multi-Aquifer Well Simulation
1987 Annual Report: NWFWMD: Director's Comments
What Water Crisis?, What Counties Use the Most Water
In Depth Report
National Guidance: Wetlands and Nonpoint Source Control Programs
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Vail Mountain
New Directions and Trends in Environmental Technology
Green Swamp River Systems: Withlacoochee/Hillsborough Riverine Corridor "D"
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 10: Everglades Drainage Canals Built Between 1907 and 1928
1987 Annual Report: NWFWMD: Resource Protection and Management
Only Thing I Can Do Is Continue to Fight
Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Navigational Provisions
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: Figure 5, Charlotte County Correctional Institution Percent Average Cover Mitigation Wetland
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Agenda
Environmental, Health and Safety Report
Land Selection, Evaluation and Acquisition Procedure: Figure 1
Table 1: 20 Most Abundant Appendix IX Organic Constitutents in Ground Water at 479 U.S. Waste Disposal Sites
Course Credit Approval Form
10th Annual Water Management Seminar: Table of Contents
Letter
Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Mean Daily Discharge vs. Month Chart
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: Case Study, AGRICO 22 Acre Project
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Course Credit Approval
Chemical Contaminants in the Great Lakes: The Human Health Aspect
Possible Task List for Litigation Appraisal Consultant
Risks Accepted in Sportsor in Our Daily Routine
A Wetland Evaluation Method for The Everglades: Impact to Mitigation, Table 3: Example Calculations for Impacts and Required Mitigation for a Hypothetical Project
Recommendations Made to Water Management District Review Commission
Professional Environmental Ethics and Employment Relationships
Nutrient Cycles in the Ecosystem: Figure 1: The Carbon Cycle
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: AGRICO Swamp West, Figure 3 Location Map
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 1: Treatment Facility Discharge to Jurisdictional Waters
Questionnaire for Gubernatorial Appointments
Cross-Examination Planning Worksheet
Cost-effectiveness of Hazardous Waste Site Remediation Compared to Various Public Health Programs
10th Annual Water Management Seminar: Evaluation Form
In Depth Report
Article by John Wodraska
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: AGRICO Swamp West, Figure T-7 Tree Sampling Transect Locations
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 3B: Little Wekiva River Seminole County 1989
Maximum Authorized Millage Rates for Water Management Districts Compared to Proposed or Actual Millage Rates for FY93
Outine: History of OHWM in Florida
Degradation of PCE and TCE
Hillsborough River in Vicinity of Forest Hills Aug. 22, 1959
Water Management District Review Commission: Commission Members
Issues of Professional Environmental Ethics
Vail Mountain
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 5: Treatment Facility Within Jurisdictional Waters
Selections from the Past: Memorandum: History of Water Management District Boundaries
Notice of Application for Consumptive Use Permit
When Should I Leave For the Airport?
Syllabus, Existing and Desired Improvements, Comprehensive Plan, Discussion and Conclusion
Water Management's Non-Regulatory Mission: The Forgotten Purpose
Mr. Dithers Goes to Jail
Commission on Ethics: Memorandum: Changes in Registration and Reporting Requirments
Water Management Seminar: Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
Selections from the Past: Issues of Professional Environmental Ethics
South Central Hillsborough Regional Wellfield Mitigation Update
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force: Schedule
Man-made Wetlands Do Better Than Thought
SWFWMD and the ARK: Map Showing Flood Routing and Water Conservation System and How it Will Function as Part of the "Four River Basins Project"
Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM): Lake Apopka: Littoral Zone a Key in Restoring Lake
McTaggart Myth
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Cover
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Cover
Exhibit D
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force: Final Report Summary
Status Report on the Assessment of Wetland Creation for Mitigation in the SJRWMD: Figure 3: Percentage Bar Chart of Creation Sites Areas
Evolution of Water Mangement in the Green Swamp
Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM): Sunnyhill Farm
Around the Campfire
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Table of Contents
Water for Sale
Dep 1995 Legislative Package
Evolution of Toxic Regulation and the Natural Food Chain
Three Cascade Pool Project
Florida Power and Light Company South Dade Mitigation Bank
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation, Grid
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participants and Guests-All Years
Free-Market Water: West COnsiders New Policy as Federal Role Changes
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 9: Urban/Commercail Highway Expansion
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
Solid Waste Mangement and Water Quality
373.59 Water Management Lands Trust Fund
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 2: Location Map
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation, Figure 8: Storage Coefficient of the Upper and Lower Permeable Zones in the BIOS Model
Environmental Efficiency Study Commission Minority Report
Florida's First 100 Years in RE: Water
Sporhase V. Nebraska: Part II, State Ownership of Ground Water
Welcome to the District
A Water Level Controlled Basis for Ground Water Use Regulation
Restoring the Emeralda Marsh
Surface Water Contamination from Nonpoint Sources, Table 3: Pesticide Characteristics
District-Wide Status of Land Acquisition: Table 5
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 5: Roseate Spoonbill Foraging Habitat
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation, Figure 15, 23, 25, 24
1987 Annual Report: NWFWMD: Board Members
What Water Crisis?
Memorandum: History of Water Management District Boundaries
Final Document: National Guidance on Water Quality Standards for Wetlands
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participant and Guest List
Green Swamp River Systems: Withlacoochee Riverine Corridor "B"
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 9: Priority 1 Panther habitat
12th Annual Water Management Seminar: Cover
1987 Annual Report: NWFWMD: Resource Analysis
Wetlands Mire
Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Elevation vs. Linear Distance Chart
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: Figure 1, Charlotte Correctional Institution Location Map
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Table of Contents
New Directions and Trends in Environmental Technology, Figure 3: Remedial Actions: Project Status of Innovative Treatment Technologies on February 1992
Appendix B
12th Annual Water Management Seminar: Discussion Group Assignments
10th Annual Water Management Seminar
Of Land and Liberty
Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Kissimmee River Floodplain Cross-Section III
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: Figure 3, Charlotte County Correctional Institution Preserved Wetlands Cover Data
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participants and Guests-All Years
Epidemics in Birds and Mammals Caused by Chemicals in the Great Lakes
Risks Common to Our Everyday Activities
A Wetland Evaluation Method for The Everglades: Impact to Mitigation, Table 2: Mitigation Ratio Values
10th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participants Names and Addresses
Role of the Basin Boards
Report Card Time! Doling Out the Marks on 14 Leading Environmental Groups
Nutrient Cycles in the Ecosystem
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: AGRICO Swamp West
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Table 1: Comparison of Land Valuations in Slected Florida Basins
Water Management District: Governing Board Members
Expert Testimony Planning Worksheet
Areas of Uncertainty in Toxicity Assessments
10th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participants and Guests- All Years
Use of Conservation Easements in Florida
Bob M. Hartley v. Ocean Reef Club, Inc.
Everglades and Agriculture
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: AGRICO Swamp West, Table 1 Number and Percent Cover of Marsh Species
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 3A: Little Wekiva River Seminole County 1940
Actual Revenues for Fiscal Year Ended 1992
Attributable Deaths Per Year Ranked by Risk
Upper St. John's River Basin Project (The Environmental Transformation of a Public Flood Control Project): Figure 2
Water Resources Bulletin: The Privilege Against Self-Incrimination in Required Regulatory Reporting and Agency Investigations
2 Regulatory Trains on Separate Tracks
Water Management Seminar: Table of Contents
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 4: Untreated Runoff Through Bulkhead Outfall
Selections from the Past: The Evolution of Florida's Administrative System of Water Management: Florida Water Management Districts
Dick Clemer, Short Biography
Prevention May be Costlier than a Cure
Issues Receiving Highest Average Priority Rating (graph1) and Highest Weighted Rankings (graph2): Graph 2
Florida Beacon
School Daze
Water Management Seminar: Participants Names and Addresses
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 8: Roadside Treatment Swales
Selections from the Past: Tips on Technical Testimony
SWFWMD Consumptive Use Permit for South Central Regional Wellfield
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Position Statement on Wetland Resource Permitting by the Florida Engineering Society's Conservation and Environmental Quality Committee
SWFWMD and the ARK: cover and letter
Upper St. John's River Basin Project
Commission on Ethics: Memorandum: Changes in Registration and Reporting Requirments: Instructions for Filing Form 20
Shifting Roles and Concerns of Water Management
Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
Memorandum: Chronology of Events
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force: Introduction
Status Report on the Assessment of Wetland Creation for Mitigation in the SJRWMD: Figure 2: Percentage Bar Chart of Inspected Creation Sites By County
Green Swamp Project
Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM): Lake Apopka: Shad Removal Could Help Clean Up Lake Apopka
Biodiversity Legal Foundation
Resume of Donald G. Brauer
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Sponsers
Volume IV State of Florida Division of Administrative Hearings
Status Report on the Assessment of Wetland Creation for Mitigation in the SJRWMD: Site Mitigation Form
Two Cascade Pool Project
Florida Power and Light Company Mitigation Bank
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation, Finite-Element Grid and Finite-Difference Grid
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
Farmers May Bid for Water
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participants Names and Addresses
Water Management Institute, Inc. "Wave" Brochure
Municipal Solid Waste Management
Save Our Rivers
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 1: Aerial Photo with Major Phases
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation, Figure 7: Leakance of the Upper Confining Unit Based on Model Calibration
Environmental Efficiency Study Commision: Managing Florida's Environmental Assets: Appendix
Florida Water Management Chapter 1
Privatization
Hydroscope Newsletter: Ownership of Water, Oil and Quail
SWIM: Restoring the Upper Ocklawaha River Basin
Surface Water Contamination from Nonpoint Sources, Table 1: Priority Pollutants Detected in at Least 10% of Nurp Samples
Acquisition Activity Report Inception through November 1989: Table 2
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 4: Florida Keys-Area of Critical State Concern
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation, Figure 17, 26, 27
1987 Annual Report: NWFWMD: Table of Contents
Rain is Needed
National Guidance: Wetlands and Nonpoint Source Control Programs
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Social Events
Surface Water Contamination from Nonpoint Sources, Table 6: Best Management Practices for Municipal Stormwater Mangement
Green Swamp River Systems: Green Swamp Riverine Corridor
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 8: Documented Panther Territory
Vail Mountain
1987 Annual Report: NWFWMD: Water Resource Restoration
Water Quality
Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Figure 1: Kissimmee River Basin Location Map
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview
New Directions and Trends in Environmental Technology, Figure 2: Remedial Actions: Number of Established Versus Innovative Treatment Technologies
Lower Hillsborough Flood Detention Area
Travis H. Hughes
12th Annual Water Management Seminar: Morning Topics
1987 Annual Report: NWFWMD: Public Information
Government Steered by Special Interests
Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Kissimmee River Floodplain Cross-Section II
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years
Toxic Contaminants and Ecosystem Health: A Great Lakes Focus
Technical Testimony: Tips and Pointers, An Update (attachement)
Carcinogens and Foods
A Wetland Evaluation Method for The Everglades: Impact to Mitigation, Table 1: Broward County Freshwater Ecological Wetlands Quality Index Evaluation Matrix
10th Annual Water Management Seminar: Program
Florida Water Management District Governing Board Membership: Appointive versus Elective
Supreme Court Signals Willingness to Draw Line Between Government Power and Property Rights
Role of Techincal Advisory Group in Formulating the Future of the Lee County Regional Water Supply Authority
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: Wetland Mitigation
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management
Pitfalls on Deposition of the Technical Witness
Toxicity Assumptions Made with no Data
Design and Operational Results for a Large Scale Wetland Treatment System: Figure 1: Distribution of Created Plant Communities and Sampling Station Location at the Iron Bridge Wetland System
10th Annual Water Management Seminar: Programs in Past Years
Florida Water Reading List
Reactions to 'Consultant Tells Developer: 'Mow the Wetlands'"
Nutrient Cycles in the Ecosystem: Figure 3: The Phosphorus Cycle
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: AGRICO Swamp West, Figure 11 Number of Species
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 2: Everglades Nutrient Removal Project
Excerpts from Proceedings of Northwest Florida Water Management District's Annual Meeting on Current Issues in Water Management District Funding
Litigation Weapon of The '90s
Upper St. John's River Basin Project (The Environmental Transformation of a Public Flood Control Project): Proposed Plan of Improvement 1962
Laws of Florida: Chapter 94-270
To Report or Not to Report: That is the Environmental Question
Envrionmental Resource Regulatory Program
11th Annual Water Management Seminar January 4-11, 1992
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 3D: Indian River Lagoon Basin 1990
Selections from the Past: The Evolution of Florida's Administrative System of Water Management
Scientists Urge Skepticism of Reports About and Unsafe Food Supply
Hillsborough River in Vicinity of Temple Terrace March 19, 1960
Issues Receiving Highest Average Priority Rating (graph1) and Highest Weighted Rankings (graph2): Graph 1
Character of a Professional
Institution of Water Management
Water Management Seminar: Discussion Group Assignments
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 7: Lake Apopka Landsat Map
Selections from the Past: Hydroscope Newsletter: Ownership of Water, Oil and Quail
Recommended Order
Letter
Four River Basins, Florida Project Plan
Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM): Lower St. John's River Basin
Not So Peaceful World of Greenpeace
Commission on Ethics: Memorandum: Changes in Registration and Reporting Requirments: Executive Branch Lobbyists Registration Calendar Year 1994
Course Credit Approval Form
Vail Water Management Seminar Participants and Guests- All Years
In the Circuit Court of the 13th Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, State of Florida Civil Division: South Central Hillsborough Regional Wellfield
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force: Table of Contents
Status Report on the Assessment of Wetland Creation for Mitigation in the SJRWMD: Figure 1: Frequency Bar Chart of Permitted Mitigation Sites By County
Green Swamp Project
Need for a Deep Ecological Language
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Sponsers
Shifting Roles and Concerns of Water Management: Figure 2
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Table of Contents
Environmental Resource Oermitting: Streamlining Gone Haywire
Status Report on the Assessment of Wetland Creation for Mitigation in the SJRWMD: Permit Mitigation Form
Significance of Environmental Revolution In Engineering Education
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participants Names and Addressses
Officials Look to Stop Sale of Water Permits
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Program
Wave
Abstract Municipal Solid Waste Management
Non-Structural Project
Interagency Coordination Contacts and Project Team
Environmental Efficiency Study Commision: Managing Florida's Environmental Assets: Findings and Recommendations
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Program
Sporhase V. Nebraska: Part I, Restrictions on Ground Water Transfer
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Table 2
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Course Credit Approval
Upper St. John's Project: Giving Nature a Second Chance
Surface Water Contamination from Nonpoint Sources, Table 2: Heavy Metals Associated with Industrial Categories
Save Our Rivers Breakdown: Table 1
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 3: Outstanding Florida Waters Adjacent to the South Dade Mitigation Bank Site
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation, Figure 22: Model Grid Used to Simulate SCHRWF Pumping
1987 Annual Report: NWFWMD: Cover
Letter: Office of the Governor
Evolution of Florida's Administrative System of Water Management: Florida Water Management Districts
Wetlands: Accomplishments and Opportunities
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Cover
Surface Water Contamination from Nonpoint Sources, Table 5: Criteria for Toxic Substances to Protect Aquatic Life for Priority Polutants Detected in Nurp Samples
District-Wide General Location Map: Figure 2
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 7: Wood Stork Foraging Habitat
12th Annual Water Management Seminar Participant and Guest List
What Water Crisis?, Who is Using Florida's Water
Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example
Water Quality Standards for Wetlands
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Sponsers
New Directions and Trends in Environmental Technology, Figure 1: Remedial Actions: Summary of Alternative Treatment Technologies Though Fiscal Year 1991
Cypress Creek
Florida Power and Light South Dade Mitigation Bank: Figure 11: Growth of South Florida's Regional Water Control Systems
12th Annual Water Management Seminar: Table of Contents
1987 Annual Report: NWFWMD: Technical Assistance
Structural vs. Non-Structural Solutions to Water Management Problems The Kissimmee River Example: Kissimmee River Floodplain Cross-Section I
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: Table 5, Total Percent Cover(1988-1990) for Preserved Wetlands C and D Sampling Stations
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participant's Names and Addresses
Toxics and Ecosystem Health: Extended Abstract
Water Mangement Conference Presentation: Perspectves on Water Quality Interpretation
US Environmetnal Protection Agency Region IX Drinking Water Standards and Health Advisories
A Wetland Evaluation Method for The Everglades: Impact to Mitigation
10th Annual Water Management Seminar: Vail Mountain
Crucial Components of Florida's Water Management System
Government Mounts Attack on Private Property Rights
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: Case Study, AGRICO 22 Acre Project, Figure 1 Location Map
15th Annual Water Management Seminar: Monday
Effects on Fish and Wildlife Populations
Rules of Civil Procedure: Rule 1.280 and 1.380
Risks Accepted by Job Category
Design and Operational Results for a Large Scale Wetland Treatment System
10th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participant/Guest List
Water Management District: Appointments Coming Up in March, 1995
Consultant Tells Developer: 'Mow the Wetlands'
Nutrient Cycles in the Ecosystem: Figure 2: The Nitrogen Cycle
Freshwater Wetland Creation and Restoration Projects in Florida: Lessons Learned, An Overview: AGRICO Swamp West, Figure 10 Percent Cover
Under the Florida COnstitution: A History of Water Management District Ad Valorem Taxing Authority
Cross-examination outline
Hazardous Waste Remediation Expenses Relative to Federal Programs to Combat Other Human Health Problems
Upper St. John's River Basin Project (The Environmental Transformation of a Public Flood Control Project)
Outline of Presentation By Howard L. Searcy
Federal Register, Vol 56, No 141, Proposed Rules
Issues of Professional Environmental Ethics
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 3C: Indian River Lagoon Basin 1973
Selections from the Past
Ordinary High Water Line in Florida: Traditional Surveying Methodology
Water Pollution, Pesticide Residues, and Cancer
Hillsborough River in Vicinity of Sulphur Springs March 19, 1960
Issues Receiving Highest Average Priority Ratings and Highest Weighted Rankings
Environmental Ethics: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach
Wave
Water Management Seminar: Morning Topics
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 6: Location Map of Lake Apopka
Configuration in Accordance with Final Permit Dated 9-3-86
Recommendations of the Governor's Task Force on Land Use and Water Planning
Comprehensive Report Four River Basins, Drainage Area and Plan of Improvement
Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM): Indian River Lagoon
Memorandum: Questions for Discussion
Commission on Ethics: Memorandum: Changes in Registration and Reporting Requirments: Individual Lobbyist's Expenditure Report
Water Management Seminar: Participants and Guests-All Years
12th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participants Names and Addresses
In the Circuit Court of the 13th Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, State of Florida Civil Division
Status Report on the Assessment of Wetland Creation for Mitigation in the SJRWMD
SWFWMD and the ARK: Four River Basins, Florida Project Plan
Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM): Lake Apopka: Marsh Flow-way Project Removing Nutirents
New Conservation Movement
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Vail Mountain
Shifting Roles and Concerns of Water Management: Figure 1
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participant and Guest List
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force: Final Report Summary: Figure 6: Proposed Recommendation for Local Planning
Status Report on the Assessment of Wetland Creation for Mitigation in the SJRWMD: Figure 4: Percentage Bar Chart of Site Age at Time of Field Inspection
Green Swamp Flood Detention Area Project
Ethical Consideration in Environmental Representation
Ecodefense: A Field Guide to Monkeywrenching
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Agenda
Swiftmud's New Policy Leads to Turf Battles for Water Rights
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Vail Mountain
Water Management Institute, Inc. Board of Directors Meeting: Agenda
Upper Hillsborough Flood Detention Area Switch Project
Interagency Coordination Meetings
Use of Gound Water Flow Models in Litigation, Figure 6: Transmissivity of the Upper Permeable Zone on Model Calibration
Environmental Efficiency Study Commision: Managing Florida's Environmental Assets: An Overview
14th Annual Water Management Seminar: Course Credit Approval
Florida's Water: Who Owns It and By Whose Authority
Revisiting Today's Taboos in Water Resource Management: Figure 10: Off-Site Treatment Facility
13th Annual Water Management Seminar: Participants and Guests-All Years
Water Management Institute, Inc. Annual Renewal Notice
Surface Water Contamination from Nonpoint Sources
Cross Receipts Tax Constitutional Amendment
Executive Summary
Senate Bill Actions Report 7/17/75
Wednesday Schedule
Then and Now
Journal of the Senate June 3, 1975
South Florida Water Management District Lower East Coast Regional Water Supply Plan
Summary of Current Policy
Canal Key to Flood Control
WMD Millage Constitutional Amendment 1976
Lessons in Water Resource and Ecosystem Regulation from Florida's Everglades and California's Bay/Delta Estuary
Thursday Schedule
District Business
H.R. 4126-- Federal Funding for the San Francisco Bay-Delta Estuary
Memorandum: Sale of Surplus Borrow Material - Tampa Bypass Canal
Wilson Praises Congressional Leadership For Including Funding For the Bay-Delta
16th Annual Water Management Seminar "East vs. West"
Letter
Optional Activities
Letter
1968 Constitution Revision
State Board's Containment Zone Policy: Issues for Water Agencies
Monday Schedule
Construction Status of the Tampa Bypass Canal And Related Works
F.L.O.W. Incorporated
Summary of Interim Project
Florida Water Management District Governing Board Membership: Appointive versus Elective
River, Canal Soon to Meet
Florida Home Builders Association (FHBA) Water Supply Policy for teh 1996 Legislative Session (Approved 2/26/96)
A Comparison of Florida and California Water Law
Letter Re: Tampa Bypass Canal Drainage Problems- Baker Hide and Fur Company, Inc.
Ad Valorem Tax Amendment to Constitution
Water, Water Everywhere: Not a Drop to Drink, Irrigate or Process
ACWA Facts
Letter Re: Tampa Bypass Canal 13-004B, SWF Parcels Nos. 13-004-133, 136, 140, 142, 143, 144, 146, 148, 149, 150, 151, 152, 154, 155, 157, 159, 161, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 172, 174, 180, 184, 197, 188, 221, 229, 240, 241, 242, 243, and 162
Florida Water Management Districts
City of Los Angeles Mayor's Blue Ribbon Committee on Water Rates
Section 2, 3A, 3B, 4A, Control Structure 159
Type of Debt, Debt Limitations and Techniques of Debt Limit Avoidance
Bridge Over Troubled Water: Recommendations of the Water Management District Review Commission
Many Tales Gush from Tampa Bypass Canal
Journal of the Senate May 28, 1975
Development and Application of Environmental Policy: South Florida, The Everglades, and The Florida Sugar Industry
Water Policy Development Working Document
Flood Canal Near Ready
Tabulation of Official Votes Florida General Election November 7, 1978
CALFED Alternatives
197-298A-1-6 Draft Copy
Tampa Bypass Canal: Release and Request of Easement from Parcels
Friday Schedule
Memorandum: Tampa Bypass Canal-13-004
Dole Endorses California Water Solution
Focus on "Just One Thing"
Memorandum: Tampa Bypass Canal, I-75 Bypass, SWF Parcel No 12-004-238, DOT Parcel Nos. 104.2 and 801.2, FAP No. I-75-7 (110) 470
Senator Feinstein Asks Senate Leadership For Funding to Restore Bay-Delta Estuary
Agenda
Memorandum: Tampa Bypass Canal Operational Levels
Casino Gambling
Friday Schedule
Canal Gets Foundation For Station
Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 9
Summary of Interim Project
Crucial Components of Florida's Water Management System
Letter
Water Management Districts' 1997 Legislative Package
Nature of Water Rights
Letter Re: SWFWMD v. J.W. Baker (Baker Hide and Fur)
Chapter 75-245 Senate Bill No. 223
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group
Owens Valley Plan Seeks L.A. Water to Curb Pollution
Letter Re: Tampa Bypass Canal Drainage Problems- Baker Hide and Fur Company, Inc.
Flow Inc. Seeks Water District Tax
Letter
Wednesday Schedule
Charter 739463 Reinstated, Non-Profit, LOC FL-23
Integrated Resource Planning: Metropolitan Water District Impacts
Revised Statutory Language
Palm River Restoration Pushed
Journal of the Senate May 26, 1975
Thursday Schedule
Sustainable Agriculture "Everglades and Agriculture"
Tampa Bypass Canal Boosts City Water
Florida Water Management Districts
Bay- Delta Powerpoint Presentation
Summary of Policy Proposals
Tampa Bypass Canal: A Case Study
Adoption of Proposed Evaluation Criteria for CALFED's Bay-Delta Alternative Scoping Process
Water Management in the San Diego Region of Southern California
Memorandum: Agenda Titles
Water Bond Measure Backed By Gingrich
Florida Power & Light South Dade Mitigation Bank
Memorandum: Harney Flats/Tampa Bypass Canal
Letter
Vail Mountain Map
Structure 159
Corporate Profits Tax
Vail Water Management Seminar Participants and Guests - All Years
Four River Basins Florida Project, Funding, FY 81-82 and FY 82-83
Check Cancelled Checks for 1975
Summary of Interim Project
Florida Water Management During the Last 50 Years
U.S. Scientist: Water Level Near Canal May Drop More
Schedule for Governor Reubin Askew
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission's 1997 Legislative Package
Tuesday Schedule
Memorandum: Structures S-155 and S-163
Governing Board
Executive Order Number 96-297
Letter Re: SWFWMD v. J.W. Baker (Baker Hide and Fur)
Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 9
Flow Inc. Seeks Water District Tax
Public-Private Partnerships and Privatization
Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 9 (Water Management)
Urban Water Costs
Tampa Bypass Canal
Journal of the Senate May 9, 1975
Cost Recovery for Private Utilities in Florida
Deadline on Use of Canal Gates is Set
Journal of the House of Representatives May 29, 1975
Alternative 3: Through Delta
Summary of Policy Proposals
Tabulation of Official Votes Cast Presidential Preference Primary and Special Election March 9, 1976
Delta Quandary
A Guide Through the Bureaucratic Jungle
Memorandum: Hillsborough River Basin Board Meeting, December 9, 1982
California Congressional Delegation Letter
Robert N. Kessler
Memorandum: Operation and Maintenance, S-159 "Four River Basins, Florida" Project
Boxer Seeks Approval of Major Federal Help to Break Historic Gridlock on California Water Needs
Company Sponsors
Letter
Letter
Participants Names and Addresses
Memorandum: Sketch S-159 (4-23-81 Revised)
Tabulation of Official Votes Cast in the General Election November 5, 1968
Model Water Transfer Act for California An Urban Perspective
Florida's First One Hundred Years in RE: Water
Neighbors Fight Intrusion of Mobile Home
List of Key Personnel
Department of Environmental Protection's 1997 Legislative Package
Role of the Basin Boards
Bypass Canal for Flood Control Still Needs Completion
Letter
Alternative to Water Plan Sought
Letter Re: SWFWMD v. J.W. Baker (Baker Hide and Fur)
March 9, 1976 Referendum -- Constitutional Amendment on Water Management District Levies
Overview of Public-Private Partnerships and Privatization
References
Letter Re: Tampa Bypass Canal, 4B, Harney Road North to Fowler Avenue
Review of Florida Water Law with Regard to Property Owners' Rights
Southwest Florida Water Management District Permits Section (Consumptive Use) Application Section 21
State Water Policy
Palm River Said 'Killed'
State Water Policy/Property Rights
Pinellas County Water Systems Eldridge Wilde Well Field Pumpage and St. Petersburg Water System Section 21 - Monthly Average Pumpage
Consumptive Use Permit Nos. 7500003 (Section 21), 7500004 (Cosme), and 203647 (South Pasco) (Requests for extension on old forms)
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights
Additions and Amendment to State Water Policy Chapter 17-40
Letter
Consumptive Use Permit Nos. 7500003 (Section 21) and 7500004 (Cosme-Odessa) -City of St. Petersburg
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights
Letter: Clarification of Received Information, WUP Appl. Nos. 200003.02, 200004.02, and 203647.02, County: Hillsborough and Pasco
Reasons for a Regional Water Supply Authority
Letter
Implementing Consumptive Use Permitting Use Programs Rough Draft
Response to District's March 8, 1993 Letter Regarding Compliance Notices for the Following Permits: WUP No. 200003.01 Cosme-Odessa Wellfield, WUP No. 200004.01 Section 21 Wellfield, WUP No. 203647.01 South Pasco Wellfield
Water Rights of Property Owners
17.40.04 Water Use
CUP Files 0003, 0004, 3647, 3650
Property Rights in the Use of Water
Section 21 Well Field, City of St. Petersburg Summary
Workshop on Property Rights
17-40.04 Water Use Rough Draft
Your Letter of February 12, 1979 to Donald R. Feaster Requesting Notification of Applications
State Water Policy Rights of Property Owners
City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application No. 7500003
Southwest Florida Water Management District Correspondence Action and Routing
Public Workshop, State Water Policy
State to Review Applications for 3 Water Pumping Permits
Water Policy Rule Adoption
CUP Application # 7500003 -Section 21 Well Field and # 7500004 - Cosme-Odessa Well Field
State Water Policy
CUP Files: 200003, 200004 & 206676 (West Coast Regional, St. Petersburg & Hillsborough County)
Statement that the Proposed Rule is No More Restrictive Than Federal Standards
Application No. 7500003 - Section 21 Well Field and Application No. 7500004 - Come-Odessa Well Field
Response to Legal Issues Raised by Letter of March 20, 1981
Petition for Formal Proceedings Consumptive Use Permit Section 21 Wellfield
Property Rights in the Use of Water
State Water Policy
Rights of Riparian Owners
Meeting with WCRWSA and St. Petersburg (February 4, 1982) CUPs Nos. 200003, 200004, 203647, 203650 and 206676
Handwritten Note on Water Policy Property Rights
State Water Policy
Consumptive Use Application #7500003
Your Request for Significant Item Review- Rule 17-40.04 and 17-21, F.A.C. and Water Rights
Letter Re: Tampa Bypass Canal Section 4B
Memorandum
Recommendations for the Section 21 Well Field Draft
Agricultural Interests to Resume Bid for Farmers' Watering Rights
Christmas Bird Count Totals for McKay Bay 1972-1973
State Water Policy -Property Rights
Regulatory: Well Field Water Levels (Daily) and SWFWMD Regulatory Report
List of Suggested Versions of Property Rights in the Use of Water
Letter Re: CUP3 27500002
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights
Excerpts from Florida Water Law 1980
Memorandum
Letter: Clarification of Received Information, WUP Appl. Nos. 200003.02, 200004.02, and 203647.02, County: Hillsborough and Pasco
Counties Must Use or Lose Water
Water, Oil & Quail
Field Investigation Report
Proposed Water Policy Statement: Property Rights in the Use of Water
Application Correspondence #'s 200003.02, 200004.02 and 203647.02
State Water Policy/Property Rights
17-40 General Water Policy Hearing Draft 6/8/81
Section 21 Well Field, City of St. Petersburg Summary
Property Rights -State Water Policy Handwritten Note
State Water Policy and Property Rights
17-40.04 Water Use
Legal Servicesin Connection with Regulatory Department
State Water Policy-Rights of Property Owners
Note
State Water Policy
Notification of Any Applications of Consumptive Use Permits Which Might Affect Monitoring Wells Limiting City Well Fields
General Water Policy
State of Florida Southwest Florida Water Management District Notice of Referral
Department of Environmental Regulation's Proposed Adoption of Chapter 17-40.04(5) and (6), F.A.C, Docket No. 81-4R
C.U.P. Application # 7500003 -Section 21 Well Field - Order 76-1 C.U.P. Application # 7500004 - Cosme-Odessa Well Field - Order 76-2
Property Owner Rights
Evidentiary Evaluation, Section 21 Well Field, CUP No. 200003, Renewal
Detailed Written Statement of the Facts and Circumstances Justifying the Proposed Rule
City of St. Petersburg Orders for Applications 7500003 and 7500004
Agricultural Interests Support Strong Water Policy
Motion to Consolidate
Where the Water Flows
Southwest Florida Water Management District Correspondence Action and Routing
State Water Policy
Action Checklist for St. Petersburg Well Fields (CUP Nos. 200003, 200004, 203647), Cypress Creek Well Field (CUP No. 203650) and Northwest Hillsborough Regional Well Field (CUP No. 206676)
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights
Letter
Sec 21 and Cosme-Odessa
Optimal Yield
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights
Letter Re: Tampa Bypass Canal Section 4B, Your Letter Of July 7, 1975 to Myron Gibbons
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights Rough Draft
Figures of Cosme-Odessa and Section 21 Weekly Pumpage
Handwritten Note on Continuation of State Water Policy
Letter Re: Tampa Bypass Canal (C-135) and Harney Canal (C-136)
State Water Policy (Chapter 17-40, Florida Administrative Code) - Property Owners' Rights
Water Policy Property Rights
Letter
Florida Driller July 1981
Note on Section 21
Section 21 Well Field, City of St. Petersburg Summary
State Water Policy
Memorandum: Investigation of Dry Conditions at Mr. S.C. Bexley's Property, 2.5 Miles North of South Pasco Wellfield
Lawmakers Hear Local Complaints On Water Management
Handwritten Note
Consumptive Use Permit No. 200003 & 200004
State Water Policy -Rights of Property Owners
Individual Water Use Permit Application -August 19, 1992 Renewal
Water Policy/Property Rights
Chapter 17-40 Water Policy
Handwritten Note
WUP Application Nos. 200003.02, 200004.02, and 203647
State Water Policy -Property Rights
17-40.04 Water Law
Consumptive Use Permits Number's 7500003, 7500004, and 7703647; City of St. Petersburg
City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application No. 7500003
Farmers Use Most Water, Say They Need It
State Water Policy/Review of Jay Ahern's Comments
Notification of Any Applications of Consumptive Use Permits Which Might Affect Monitoring Wells Limiting City Well Fields
Chapter 17-40.03 General Water Policy Proposed Hearing Draft
Part 1. Permit Applications in Evidentiary Status
State Water Policy/Property Rights
Section 21 and Cosme-Odessa Documents
Chapter 17-40 Water Policy
Draft Regulation 17-40.04 Water Use
CUP Application # 7500003 -Section 21 Well Field and # 7500004 - Cosme-Odessa Well Field
Land Owner's Rights (Revision)
Applications for Consumptive Use Permits for Northwest Hillsborough Regional Well System (Permit #206676), Section 21 Wellfield (Permit #200003), and Cosmeo-Odessa Wellfield, (Permit #200004)
Letter
St. Petersburg Water System Section 21 - Month Average
State Water Policy Inclusion Suggestions
Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) Consumptive Use Permit # 200003 (Section 21)
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights
Letter
Letter
SWFWMD's Dilemma
Proposed Policy Statements on Property Rights
Handwritten Note
Section 21 and Cosme-Odessa Well Fields
State Water Policy and Property Rights
Letter Re: TBRPC/SWFWMD Areawide Water Systems Report
Eldridge Weekly Regulatory Pumpage Report 12/27/75-1/2/76
State Water Policy Proposed Statement on Property Rights
Memorandum: Evaluation of South Pasco Well Field
State Water Policy -Property Rights
City of St. Petersburg Application for Consumptive Use Permit on Section 21 Well Field
Consumptive Use Permit 7500003 and 7500004
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights
Memorandum: Wellfield Effects on S.C. Bexley Property, Consumptive Use Permit Number 27500002
Hearing Focuses on Water-Use Rights
Proposed Policy Statement on Property Rights
CUP No. 205300
Florida Citrus Mutual
Request For Additional Information, WUP Appl. Nos. 200003.02, 200004.02, and 203647.02, County: Hillsborough and Pasco
State Water Policy -Property Rights
Memorandum
Proposed Policy Statement: Property Rights in the Use of Water Rough Draft
Keystone Civic Association Water Well Survey
Another Battle Brewing Over Water Use Rights
State Water Policy
Consumptive Use Permit Number's 7600003, 7600004, and 7703647
Letter
Objections to Consumptive Use Permit Applications #206676 and #200003
Water Shortages -Wave of Tomorrow?
17-40.04 Water Use Rough Draft
Notification of Any Applications of Consumptive Use Permits Which Might Affect Monitoring Wells Limiting City Well Fields
A Proposal for an Equitable Allocation of Water Throughout the Year and in Time of Drought for Individuals and Industrial or Agricultural Entities
City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application No. 7500003
Proposed Amendments to Section 17-40.04, Florida Administrative Code
Letter
Consumptive Use Permit Applications No. 200003 Section 21 Wellfield and No. 20004 Cosme-Odessa Wellfield, Filed By WCRWSA/City of St. Petersburg; and No. 206676 Northwest Hills-Borough Regional Wellfield, Filed by WCRWSA/Hillsborough County
Department of Environmental Regulation's Proposed Adoption of Chapter 17-40.04(5) and (6), F.A.C., Docket No. 81-4R
CUP Application # 7500003 -Section 21 Well Field and # 7500004 - Cosme-Odessa Well Field
Notice of Continued Public Hearing
Economic Impact Statement Proposed Amendment to Chapter 17-40 F.A.C. Docket Number 81-4R
CUP Application #7500004, and #7500003
Land Owner's Rights
Final Draft Evidentiary Evaluations for South Pasco, Cosme-Odessa, Section-21, and Northwest Hillsborough Well Fields
Florida Water Users Association Newsletter
State Water Policy
Letter
Agriculture
Secretary Note
Letter Re: Tampa Bypass Canal Section 4B
State Water Policy
Hearings on Phillips, Cypress Creek and Section 21 Well Fields
Memo
Water Management District Changes in the Law
Irrigation Principles and Practices Third Edition Excerpt
Basin Transfers
Groundwater Safe Yield Using Low Flow Frequency Analysis
Public Hearing and Agenda
Safe Yield
Recommendations to WMD Review Commission
Water, Oil & Quail
Model Water Code, The Wise Administrator and the Goddam Bureaucrat
Rights to Consumptive Use of Ground Water
SWFWMD Names, Addresses and Telephone Numbers
Memo: Water Management District Funding, History
Riparian Rights to Navigable Waters
Test Wells in Pasco Approved
Letter from Kari Hebrank
Pinellas County vs. Southwest Florida Water Management District, Volume II
Panel Urges Changes for Water Districts
1994 Supplement to Florida Statues 1993
Kissimmee River Water Boundary Review
Balancing and Prioritization Issues for the Water Management District Review Commission Discussions
Safe Upland Line (SUL) Methodology for Submerged Land Lease or Easement Surveys in Non-Tidal Waters
Letter from Wade L. Hopping
Kissimmee River - Safe Upland Use
Memo
Water Management Technology and Institute Excerpt
Memo: Schedule for Subcommittee reports and Commission Discussions
Handwritten Notes
Safe Yield Definition
Important Information
Basin Yield -Safe Yield and Optimal Yield of a Groundwater Basin
Recommendations Presented in Hollywood, FL
Technical Report No. 3 Investigation of Ground Water Resources and Salt Water Intrusion in the Coastal Areas of Northwest Florida
Village of Tequesta, et al. v. Jupiter Inlet Corporation Florida Supreme Court Case No. 52, 223
Boundries by River Basins of Sub-districts Within the Southwest Florida Water Management District
Final Order Authorizing Disbursement from the Water Resources Development Account in Favor of the Canal Authority of the State of Florida for Funding Management Studies Mandated by Chapter 79-167
Common Law Water Rights Chapter 1
Water Control District Acts to Limit Pumping
Proposed Statutory Changes to Implement Recommendations
McCall Wins, Other Sheriffs Face Runoffs
U.S. Geological Survey -Water Resources Investigation No. 76-80
Routing Memo
Kissimmee Restoration
Relationships, Responsibilities, Responses and Recommendations: Remarks by Secretary Virginia Wetherell
Origin and Evolution of the Safe Upland Line
Responsibilities Committee Proposed Recommendations
Memo from David Fisk
"Safe Yield" in Ground-Water Development, Reality or Illusion?
Meeting Agenda Hyatt Regency Hotel Orlando International Airport
Memorandum
Glossary of Hydraulic Terms
Public Hearing and Agenda
Commission Studies Water Management Districts
Definitions
Proceedings: 11th Annual Conference of the Florida Planning and Zoning Association
Letter
Laws and Procedures: Contents
Historical Summary Water Resources Development Account 1981
Taylor v. Tampa Coal Co.
Application Packet
Memo: WMD Review Commission Recommendations
Memo: WMD Review Commission
Letter for Addendum Statement
Routing Memo: WMD Review Commision
Kissimmee Restoration
Wetlands/Natural Systems: Clarify Statutory Criteria
Major Land Purchase Approved By Board
Safe Upland Elevations, Kissimmee River Basin
Recommendations to the Water Management District Review Commission from the Financial Structure and Budgeting Subcommittee
Feasibility of Ground-Water Development
Responsibilities Committee Recommendations to Full Commission
Water Management Legislation SB 1274
Groundwater Excerpts
Public Hearing and Agenda
Groundwater: The Water-Budget Myth
Memo: Notice of Public Hearing
Safe Yield Basin Definition
Draft of Recommendations on January 9-13, 1995
Village of Tequesta, et al. v. Jupiter Inlet Corporation
Influence of the Model Water Code on Water Resources Management Policy in Florida
Current Issues in Water Management District Funding
SWFWMD Names, Addresses and Telephone Numbers
Water Mangement Reform: Mission Impossible?
Explanatory Notes to Map Report WRI 76-80
Regional Field Supported
Water Districts Get Lukewarm OK
Potentiometric Map Strip, Sarasota to the Swamp High, and Corresponding Potentiometric Profile for Jan. 1964 Along Line A"-A"
T & E Species Issue
Origin and Evolution of the Safe Upland Line
Memo: Water Management Institute Recommendations to the Water Management Review District Commission
Safe Upland Line (SUL) Methodology for Submerged Land Lease or Easement Surveys in Non-Tidal Waters
Chapter 95-323 House Bill No. 2609 and Revisions
Maxcy/SOF-Kiss Acq - Safe Upland Line
Preliminary Recommendations of the Water Management District Review Commission Relating to District Governance and Oversight Determined in Meetings of September 26-27, 1995
Land Value State Sovereign Land Question Kissimmee River Valley
Higher Water
Limits Sought
Letter with Enclosure
Addendum and Errata for Economic Impact Statement dated Novemeber 15, 1994
Spicola Sputters about Hillsborough Water Vote
South Florida Water Board Studying Cloud Seeding
Memo: Constitutional Amendment, Art. VII Section 9
Colorado Water Laws
Memo: Water Element of the State Comprehensive Plan
Northern Tampa Bay Water Use Caution Area
Tighten Restrictions on Arsenic Levels in Water, Panel Says
SWFWMD Correspondence and Routing
Letter: Aug 24, 1994
Statements
Routing Memos 3/24/1995
Letter
Memo: Department of Commerce SWUCA Economic Impact Statement (EIS) Concerns
March 9 Referendum to Amend the Constitution: Letter
Major Water Supply Facilities in Tri-County Area
Draft to Ben Burton
Handwritten Diagram
Memo: General Response to Water Element of the State Comprehensive Plan
Proposed Rules on the Highlands Ridge WUCA
Water Authority Post Goes to Rainey
"For" on Water Vote
Letter: SWUCA
Water Crop Handwritten Notes
Allegation of Collusion Intensifies Water Wars
Rought Draft Handwritten
FCM Optimistic About SWFWMD Proposed Rule Negotiations
Memo: Major Points Against the Referandum by Dr. Art Marshall and Frank Caldwell
Letter: Proposed SWFWMD investigations in the inter-wellfield region, Pasco County FL
Memo: Water Management Referendum
Water Users Association of FL, Inc. Minutes of Membership Meeting Nov 13, 1980
Audubon Official Urges Rejection of Power Amendment
Minutes of the Meeting, May 10, 1972
Toxicity Assumptions Made with No Data
Olson Unveils County's Tactics in Water War
Letter: Enclosed Articles
Final Order Water Crop Rule
Letter June 3, 1994
Water Tax Hot Issue on Ballot
Notes, Handwritten
Askew Urges Revamping of Water Board
Florida Administrative Code Changes And Attorney General Opinions
Letter 7/28/1980
Water Crop: A Water Management Tool
Letter: Tentative Comments on State Comprehensive Plan
Sample Ballot
handwritten notes
Hazardous Waste Remediation Expenses Relative to Federal Programs to Combat Other Human Health Problems
Olson's Water Proposal Due for Hearing at Regional Level
Many Factors Affect Water Use
Nomenclature for Hydraulics
Page 2 Significant Activities
SWFWMD: Correspondence Action and Routing
Hydroscope Newsletter
Florida Water Users Association Newsletter
Letter: Management of Florida's Water Resources
Draft Oct 3, 1977
Florida Conservation Digest, No 103
S Florida District Proposes Surcharge
Water Management Institute, Brochure
Water Tax Ruling 'Not in Time'
FYI, Sept 14, 1993 Re: SWFWMD
Regional Water Control Faces Another Threat
No Tax on Water Could Hurt Area Water Projects
District Basin Millage Comparison, F/Y 74-75
Article VIII Finance and Taxation
NEDA (National Environmental Development Assoc.) Packet
Acti-Aid is a Product with a Future You Can Start Using Today
Memo: Coral Gables Workshop and Public Hearing: Sept 19, 1977
Drought Potential Moves Commission To Order Review Of Water Policies
A History of Water Management Districts' Ad Valorem Taxing Power Under the Florida Constitution
Environmental and Land Use Law Section Reporter
Flyer: Voice of the Engineer
Summary Agenda/Finance and Administration Committee
Part of Section 7, Section 8: Positive Water Management-Crux of the Problem
Water Fears
Water Board Cuts Millage
Range 2 and 3 East
Handwritten Note
Letter 8/14/1979
MEMO: 4/7/1975
Below Average Rainfall Prompts New Look At Precipitation Enhancement
Bulletin From Your Water Managers
Letter: Nov 6, 1984
Definitions of 'High Water Line' Are Not Definitive
Water Management Deserves Support
Letter: Sept 9, 1993 Attached: Management Plan for a Southern Water Use Caution Area With Emphasis on Eastern Tampa Bay
Florida's Water Resources: An Evaluation and Management Philosophy
War is Over; Now Let's Have Water
Letter: Oct 22, 1994
SWFWMD Corresponence Action and Routing
Meeting Notice
memo: Green Swamp
On the Evaluation of Operational Cloud Seeding Projects
Water District Staff to Review Questioned Rules
Letter 2/4/1983 Attached Dues Statement
Issue of Sovereignty May be Settled by Lawsuit
Taxes: On the Ballot
Triangle
Decision Delay Puts Smathers on the Defense
County Retains Taxes in SW Water District
Letter: An Alternative to the Immeiate Adoption of the AWUCA Rule, or Some Modification Thereof
Study: Urban Taxes Subsidize Farms
Letter 1/13/1978
Memo: Arrangements for Attending the Dec. 12, 1975 Meeting with Senetor Phil Lewis
Preliminary Study of Hillsborough County's Water-Supply Situation
Exact Wording to Appear on the Ballot, March 9, 1976, Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 9
Statement from Senator Philip D. Lewis
Letter 4/1/1982 Enclosed Statement
Alternative Approaches to Valuing Water Rights
Citrus Mutual Urges Defeat in Water District Tax Vote
Allocation Strategy
Throwing Another Wrench
Memo: Attached Data
SWFWMD Meeting Notice
Letter: Transfer of Waccasassa River Basin to Suwannee River Water Management District Pursuant to Chapter 76-243, Laws of Florida
Pinellas Stoops to Shameful Tactics in its Water Greed
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District Comparative Assessed Valuations and Tax Levies
Taxation: Letter
9 Things That Every Farmer in Georgia Should Know About Cloud Seeding
Senators State Cases on Water Management
Fl Water Users Association Newsletter
Amazon: Measuring a Mighty River, Brochure
Mission Statement
Announcement
Bickering Over Water Conservation Won't Solve the Worsening Problem
Hernando Water Sought For Area
Research Memorandum
Notes Handwritten, Sept 12, 1994/Attached Letters and Memo
Waterfront Boundry Changes, Due to Change in Amount of Soil
Lawyer's Memos Pump Up Concern on Water Board
Hydroscope Newsletter
Panel Studies Bill on Water Taxation
Cloud-Seeding Plan Gets Approval of Water District Board
Water Vote Important
Rainfall Calculations
Draft: State Water Use Plan
Program
Water Managers Warn They May Tighten The Spigot
Memo: Administrative Procedure
Water Business
Unofficial States Totals-Constitutional Amendment as of March 12, 1976
Cover Sheet and Memo: Issues Raised by 40 D-2, 40 D-8 and Amendments to Basis of Review, Chapters A-E
Erosion
Memo Clouds Findings on Water
Memo
Saving Wetlands in Pasco
County Opposes Taxing Power for Water Board
Cloud Seeding for Lake Probed
Handwritten Notes
Water and Pollution Control Committee Report
Notice to Interested Persons: Water Use Caution Area (WUCA) Rules
Hillsborough Commissioner Urges St Petersburg To Yield Well Field Control
Proposed Constitutional Amendments 1975 Session
Handwritten Notes 8/25/1994
Handwritten Notes
Cap the Water Combat
Water Management Districts Referendum Plan, Draft
Letter: Proposed Revisions to Chapter 40 D-2 and 40 D-8, FAC
Ch 403, Environmetnal Control
Handwritten
Letter: Water Element, State Comprehensive Plan
Notice: Northern Tmapa Bay Water Use Caution Area Rules
Carcinogens and Foods
Tampa Bay Counties Promise Not the Raid Northern Neighbors' Water Suplies-Yet
Audubon Group Opposes Water Management Plan
Notice of Public Workshop
Memo: Water Crop
Proposed Pasco County Water Resource Protection Measures
Letter: Proposed Constitutional Amendment
Weighing Water Options
Water Board Tax Okay Seen Doubtful
Memo: Inter-wellfield Study and Evaluation between Cypress Creek and Cross Bar Wellfields with Attachment
Letter: Memo of Feb 4, 1976 on Water Management Referendum
Fl Water Users Association Newsletter
General Summary, Draft
Memo: Concerns About Water Element of State Comprehensive Plan
Risks Accepted by Job Category
Can Agreement End Water War?
County Attacks the Tax
Letter: 1/31/1994
Table 1.1 Anomalous Physical Properties of Liquid Water
Note with Attached Declaration of Water Shortage Order SWF 94-12 and 94-13
Memo: Change of Chairmanship and Administrative Procedures
SWFWMD Metting Notice
Experts Split on Water District Tax
Voice of Business Speaks
FL Water Users Association Newsletter
Letter 7/26/1976
Letter: Oct 18, 1977 with Attachment: Recommendation of Program, Planning and Development Committee
Water Use Demand Estimates and Projections 1996-2020
Cost Effectiveness of Hazardous Waste Site Remediation Compared to Various Public Health Programs
Taxing Referendum Gets Little County Support
Wasters or Savers? Some Water Bosses Don't Practice What They Preach
Water Crop Brochure
Another Pinellas-Pasco Water Impasse is Reached
Letter: SWFWMD Resolution No. 630 with Enclosure
Water District Tax Still Debated
Letter: Constitutional Amendment-Finance and Taxation
Letter 5/4/1979
Handwritten Notes
Draft Oct 4, 1977
For Water Management
Paying for the Future: Chiles Water Studies
State Well Drillers Reject Proposed Water Tax Amandment
Routing Memo 10/13/1993
Objections Report
Cooperation Needed On Water Problems
Resolution no. 76-03
Contributions: memorandum
Memo: 8/30/1979
Handwritten Notes
Statement presented at the Public Meeting on the State Comprehensive Plan Sept 21, 1977
County Opposed Taxing Power for Water Board
Arizona Farmers Push Severance Tax on Water
Development and Management of Land/Water Resources: The Everglades, Agriculture, and South Florida
Water Tax Resolution on Ballot March 9
Key Points of Interest, Handwritten
Pasco Says Pinellas Action Could Kill Water Authority
Vote to Decide Local Management Water Regulation
Letter With Enclosure
Letter
Letter 9/18/1979 With Statement
Letter 4/14/1975
Human Impact on Florida's Weather
Letter with Attached Proposal
Consumptive Use Permitting Thresholds
State Sold Submerged Lands to Hamilton Disston
Memo: A market Approach Substitute for SWFWMD Regulatory Plan to Reduce Water Usage
Florida's Water Resources: An Evaluation and Management Philosophy
Water Issue is Critical
Farmers Fighting New Water Restrictions
Memo: March Referendum SWFWMD Strategy
Handwritten Drafts
Annual Meeting Agenda
Letter: 12/22/1975
Rainmakers
Water Problems Need Action- And Floridians Get the Call
Letter 3/24/1983 Attached Dues Receipt
Upper Chain of Lakes Residents Also Concerned
Fate of Water Tax Balloting Unknown
Consumptive Use Permitting and Water Resource Allocation/Information Report
Regional Water Authority's General Manager Resigns
Voters to Determine Water Control
Governing Board Meeting: Sept 27, 1994
Constitutional Amendment Rough Draft, Handwritten
Florida Water Users Assoc. Newsletter
Letter
Letter: Water Crop Theory
Referendum Results by Country on Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 9
Sports Illustrated Cover Page
Legislator Vows To Aid Pinellas in Water Fight
Letter: 4/30/1982
Evolution of Water Management in Florida
Southern Water Use Caution Area Management Plan
Rainey Behind His Ouster, Ex-Water Manager Charges
Letter
Name, Agency, Telephone
Letter: Transfer Agreement on Waccasassa River Basin Chapter 76-243, Laws of Florida
Pinellas' Costly Apology
Certificate
Handwritten Calculations
SWFWMD Summary of Ad Valorem Taxes Fiscal Year 66-67 Through 74-75
Utah Weather Modification Program
Both Sides of Water Tax Plan Studied
Notice: 1981 Annual Membership Meeting
Highlights of Water Management in the Southwest Florida Water Management District
State Water Use Plan Advisory Committee
Pros, Cons of Water Management Referendum Debated
SWFWMD Propsed 25% Belt-tightening in Southern Water Use Caution Area
Former Water Authority Manager Claims Rainey Tried to 'Subvert' Rules on Selection of Consultants
Cover Sheet and Memo: Meteting to Discuss Amendments to 40 D-2 Rule Sept 12, 1994
Statement
Notes: Typed and Handwritten
Statement
Florida's Rainmaking Experiment is Launched
Letter: Attached Copy of Publication
Letter March 13, 1981
Water Crop, Draft
Memo: Draft State Water Use Plan
Letter: Invite Confirmation
Water Suppliers Say District's Restrictions Premature
Procedure Steps for Adoption, Amendment, or Repeal of a Rule Under 120, FSA, as Amended
Regional Water Board Takes Over Last Pinellas Well Field
Referendum Votes By District
Memo: Summary of SWFWMD's Economic Impact Statement on Propsed Rule Changes for 40 D-2
Lawyer Defends Memo
Letter: 2 drafts
Administrative Hearing: Case No. 94-5742RP
Voters to Decide Water Amendment
Statement by Frank Caldwell
Memo: Proposed SWFWMD Rule Amendment No. 29 and Rule 16J-2.11 (3), FLorida Administrative Code
Draft: State Water Use Plan
25% Grapefruit Labels Have 'ID'
Eastern Tampa Bay Water Use Caution Area
Nitrates and Groundwater, Brochure
Varn Pushes in Letter to Fill Top Slot of Regional Water Supply Authority
Memo: Implementation of the Water Management Constitutional Amendment
Letter 8/24/1994
Water Crop Concept, Draft
Water War Heats Up
Letter: 'Fact Sheet', Encl: Draft
Water Management
Who Will Control the Weather?
Tom Lawton Address
Diagram
Letter: Feb 9, 1978 Attached FL State Comprehensive Plan
Water Use Caution Areas
US Enviromental Protection Agency Region IX Drinking Water Standards and Health Advisories July 1994
Area Water Boards Agree on Peace
Letter: Enclosed Copy of Results
Minutes of the Southern Water Use Caution Area Workshop
Consumptive Use Permitting
For Now, Officials Calm the Water War
Growers to Protest Water Rules
Water Area Tax Proposal Opposed
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority Well Field Distribution System
Water Issue on Ballot
Drawings
Letter: Water Element, State Comprehensive Plan attachment: Staff Comments
Northern Tampa Bay WUCA Draft Management Plan-May 21, 1990
Risks Associated in Sports or in our Daily Routine
Hillsborough County Commissioner Elected Chairman of Regional Water Supply Authority
We Need the Water
Water Resources in Jeopardy
Water Crop Concept Exerpt
Proposal Would Put Limits on Water Transfer
Water Tax Needed for Local Control
Letter Nov 3, 1994
Possible Inequity, Tax Danger Flow from Water Management Plan
Letter: Special Stipulation For West Coast Water Supply Authority with Attachment
FL Water Users Association Newsletter
Letter 8/31/1976
Minutes of the Meeting, Feb 9, 1972
Let's Agree or Quit, Water Negotiators Told
Water Management Taxing Issue Aired
Commission Decides Not to Use Valuable Water Permit
Tentative Water-Budget Analysis of SWFWMD
Pasco Officials Clarify Well Requests
Letter
Information About the Constitutional Amendment for Water Management Taxes to be Voted on March 9, 1976
Letter 10/1/1979
Letter: Water Element, State Comprehensive Plan
Pinellas May also Oppose Water Tax in Wake of Hillsborough Opposition
Memo: Water Fee Legislation with Attachment
Degradation of PCE and TCE
Critics Predicting Confusion, Lawsuits
Water Resources Ch 373
Letter: Water Supply for Pasco
Development of New Water Sources Urged
Environmental Policy in the Area of Water Resource Management, 2 Drafts
Research Memo
Registration for 1979 Annual Meeting of Water Users Assoc. of Florida, Inc.
Ridge and Lower Gulf Coast Water Management District
Legal and Administrative
Voter Approval Asked Water Dangers Noted
SWFWMD A Management and Fiscal Accountability Review and Analysis
Why Florida Will Vote On Water Amendment
page 2 Minutes of the Meeting
Monthly Average mgd.
Pinellas Voids Water Pact, Demands Pasco Concession
Vote on Water
Water District Taxing Power Gets Endorsement
These Petitions are Pernicious
Letter 9/18/1979
Letter 2/2/1976
Water Resources: Preliminary
Legislature of the State of Florida
Surveyor Objects to State's Method of Measuring Elevation
Commission: Hands-Off Vote on Water District Amendment
Water Wars
Case No. 76-1435, Cover and Appendix
One Final Obstacle To Water War's End
Water District Gives its Support of Tax Referendum
Letter Oct 22, 1994
Finance and Taxation Law
State and Local Taxation Committee Report of Chamber Subcommittee on Constitutional Revision
Important Notice
Controversy Surrounds Water Outlook
Vail Gets the Go-Ahead for Seeding but Clouding Controversy Continues
Letter: Enclosed Report by Pulse, Inc.
Letter: March 30, 1993
Letter
Citrus will be Hard Hit if SWUCA is Created
First Draft Water Regulatory Authority
Study of Water Agency is Rejected
Senator Talks of Water Vote
Dep Announces New Directors of District Management
Memo: Telephone Conversation with Don Morgan, Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District Dec 19, 1975
Letter 5/8/1978
Water Management Tops Board Agenda
Memo: Average and Maximum Pumping Rates for Given Well Diameters
Referendum Votes by District
Sports Illustrated Contents Page
Firm Plans Water-Depleting Mining, Sarasota Charges
Annual Membership Minutes
Letter: Development of Florida Water Resources Historical Collection
Sample Ballot
Pinellas, St Petersburg Have Obstructed Water Sharing Efforts, Official Charges
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control Districts Comparative Assesed Valuations and Tax Levies
SWUCA Rule Challenge Summit
Handwritten Notes: F.L.O.W.
Letter: Interim Close Out of Accounts
Making Waves
Enclosure
Letter 8/14/1973
SWFWMD Summary of Millage Assessed Fiscal Year 70-71 Through 74-75
Cloud Seeding In Utah
Statement from Senator Kenneth H. MacKay
Fl Water Users Association Newsletter
Water Regulatory Authority, First Draft
Highlands Ridge
Millage Reduced for Basin Boards
SWUCA Rule Challenge Summit
Letter
Lawyer Denies Influencing Water Research
Letter
From the Desk of the Chief Hydrologist
Constitutional Amendments
Weather Modification and the Right of Capture
Fact Sheet on Proposed Constitutional Amendment Authorizing Ad Valorem Taxes for Water Management Purposes
Fee Statement
State Water Use Plan: Where Do We Go From Here?
Memo: Public Meeting in Punta Gorda on February 26, 1976 re: Proposed Constitutional Amendment
SWFWMD Board Declares Southern Groundwater Basin a Water Use Caution Area
Pasco Taxpayers Spend $61,000 on Water-Get Nothing
Referendum Results by County on Constitutional Amendment Article VII, Section 9
Propsed Water Plans Could Affect Bay Area
Acretion
State Bar Checking Water Lawyer
Public Notice
For Water Management
Drought Emergency Declared
Letter: Constitutional Amendment-Finance and Taxation--Ad Valorem Taxes for Water Management Purposed--Specific Authority to Tax not Given to Water management Districts by Proposed Amandment to Art VII Sec 9(b)
Handwritten Notes and Drawings
Letter: 8/2/1985
Letter
Time's Running Out To Obtain Water Use Permits
Ownership of Water, Oil and Quail
Water Authority Names New Executive Director
Memo, Attached Letter from Senetor Spicola
Water Crop Brochure
Why Worry About Wetlands When You've Got Good Bagels?
Vote 'Yes' in March
Memo: Florida Department of Commerce Concerns Over SWUCA Small Business Impact Analysis and Considerations
Water District Tax Still Debated
Seeding the Clouds of Serious Drought
Letter
Running Dry: West's Farmers Fear Cutbacks in Irrigation as Water Supplies Fall
Memo: Water Section of the State Comprehensive Plan
Memo: Northern Tampa Bay Water Uase Cautuion Area Rules
Table 1: 20 Most Abundant Appendix Organic Constituents in Ground Water at 479 US Waste Disposal Sites
Water Supply Plan Blasted by Officials
Notice of Public Workshops
Greek Salad Summit: Diplomatic Effort Over Water Supplies Escalates
Letter
Governing Board Meeting: Rulemaking
Amendment Questions Can't be Answered, Askew Says
Summary of Water Supply Source Alternatives
Letter Attached Copy of WTVT Editorial
Ground Water Management
Memo: The PAC Meeting on the Water Element of the State Comprehensive Plan held in Tallahassee, Oct 19-20, 1977
Letter: Propsed Rule On the Highlands Ridge WUCA
Risk Common To Our Daily Activities
Pasco Extends Hand of (Water) Friendship to Pinellas in Effort to Break 'Impasse'
Water Management Amendment Foes Seek to Create Crisis: Official
Blowup of Map: USGS Maintained Observation Wells and Areas of No Potentiometric Monitoring
Pinellas May Halt Construction
Expressing the Board's Position in Support of an Amendment to the Constitution of the the State of Florida to Authorize an Ad Valorem Tax for Water Management Purposes
SWUCA Rules
Water Tax to go to Voters
Letter: Attachment
FL Water Users Association Newsletter
Memo: Rod Cherry's 'Water Crop' Paper
Letter: Oct 18, 1977 with attachment
Minutes of the Meeting, May 8, 1972
EPA Superfund Exposure Assessment Provides an Estimate 1,167 Times Greater than a More Reasonable Estimate of the Risk
County Faces Yet Another Water Shortage
Peninsular Problem-Solver
Study Says Water Rules Won't Hurt Growth
Case No. 79-2325R, Pinellas County vs. SWFWMD
Water Authority Will Try to Acquire Control of Wellfield that Provides City's Water
Memo: Telecon with Ed Yawn this Date
W. Pasco Still Short of Water
Legislative Letter
Letter 7/15/1980
Water Crop Meeting Attendees
Report to Board Committee on Water Element, State Comprehensive Plan
Voters to Decide Water Amendment
Cover Sheet and The Water Use Fee Applied to Agriculture in Florida: Technical Aspects
Attributable Deaths per Year Ranked by Risk
3 Legislators Oppsed Water District Tax Bill
Group Protests Water Restrictions
Memo: Pinellas County Water Crop Challenge Subjects for Witness
Shotgun Wedding for Water Sharers
Referendum and Millage Breakdown
% for Amendment
Memorandum of Law: Water Rights, Consumptive Use of Spring Flow
Memo: Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) Meeting Held 8/22/1977 Regarding the Water Element of the State Comprehensive Plan
Agenda, Joint Meeting of Boards of County Commissioners of Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties
Letter: Water User Fees
Policy Issues Facing Water Management in Florida, Draft
FCM: Water Referendum Should Be Defeated
Managing Water Supply
Letter: SWFWMD Rules
Pasco Takes Key Steps to Regional Water Rule
Lane Should Let Us Know
Amendment Would Limit, Set New Water District Taxes
Fl Water Users Assoc. Newsletter
Letter 2/12/1976
By 2020, Area Residents May Get Imported Water
Water User Fees An Equitable Cost Allocation Approach
History of Florida Includes Land Transactions
Water Management Taxes Necessary
Farmers Challenge Research, Proposed Restrictions
Letter
Pinellas Well Decision Threatens Water Authority
Memo: Attached Data
Letter: Adoption of SWUCA Rules
Letter
Florida Water Users Assoc Newsletter
Cloud Seeding Wins New Vote on Legitimacy
Facts on Water Management Constitutional Amendment for March 9, 1976
Florida Water Users Association Newsletter
Business Owner Told His Land Now Belongs to the State
Referendum Election Returns-District Guide
Triangle
Case No. 79-2325, Hearing and Handwritten Notes
Jones Wants Study of Water Agreement
State to Vote on Water Units' Taxing Powers
Farmers Attack Proposed Limits on Water Use
Letter: March Referendum
Financial Statement: Wacasassa River Basin
Letter 5/15/1978
Letter: 9/21/1973
Pinellas County vs. SWFWMD and West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority vs. SWFWMD, Volume I
Anatomy of a Man-made Drought
Water Shortage? Only Time Will Tell
Florida's Biennial Budget 1981-1983
Water Issue Marked By Political Maneuvering
Minutes of Meeting May 26, 1993
Why Not the Best?
Basin Concept has Little Interest
Letter: Daily Average Pumpage Verna Wellfield
Land Tax Pushed to Support Water
Letter
Letter 1/18/1978
SWFWMD Correspondence Action and Routing
Water Cop Policy Draft
SWFWMD Population by Counties
Why Our Weather is Going Wild
Fl Water Users Association Newsletter
Condemnation of Water Rights
Summary of Recommendations
Location Map of the Southern and Eastern Tampa Bay Water Use Caution Areas, and the Most Impacted Area
Wellfield, Politics Draw Concern
Palatka Meeting SJRWMD Chief Raps Taxing Plan
Notes, Handwritten 9/12/1994
Letter: Transfer of Waccasassa River Basin to Suwannee River Water Management District Pursuant to Chapter 76-243, Laws of Florida
Water Lawyer Defends Instructions
Memo: Constitutional Amendment, Article VII, Section 9
Maximun Quantity if Water Thru Pipe
Weather Modification
Policy Statement on Water Management Funding and the March 9th, 1976, referendum Proposing and Amendment to Article VII, Section 9(b) of the Florida Constitution
Letter 5/26/1981
Stated Objectives by Category in the State Water Use Plan
Spicola Sputters About Hillsborough Water Vote
Pumping Freeze Could Prevent Wellfield Growth
Rainey Deserves Reprimand
SWFWMD 1976-77 Program Budget Schedule
Pinellas' Changing Water Story
Reliction
Water Lawyer is Drawing More Fire
Final Configuration of Five Water Management Districts
Memo: Definition of Reasonable Beneficial Use
Pinellas May Also Oppose Water Tax in Wake of Hillsborough Opposition
South Florida's Rainfall May Cost State $450,000
Memo: Referendum on Ad Valorem Funding for Water Management Districts
Colorado Lawyer
Memo: Draft State Water Use Plan
Questions
Water, Oil and Quail
Ex-Official is Too Expensive as Consultant, Mrs. Malchon Says
SWFWMD Correspondence and Routing, March 22, 1976
SWUCA Summit Attendees
Letter: 8/12/1982
Letter: Jun 29 and 30 Quarterly Meeting with DER
Memo: Quarterly Meeting Agenda Items, Attachements, Letter, Status Report, Agenda
Memo: Quarterly Water Management Meeting
Letter: 2/9/1982
Memo: Annual Water Management District Meeting
Letter: 2/1/1977 attachment FY 76-7 Report on Water
Letter: 9/27/1979
Memo: Quarterly Meeting, Oct 29, 1981, Hilton Hotel Ballroon, 8:30 am
Woman Lost to Tradition at Local Club
DER-WMD Quarterly Meeting 8/17/1976 Tentative Agenda
Letter: 7/18/1979 Attached Agenda
Letter: Proposed Aonsunptive Use Permit Condition Regarding Future Water Supply PLanning in Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Pasco Counties Attached: Proposed Permit Conditionrfor Future Water Supply Planning in Pinellas, Hillsborough and Pasco Counties
Quarterly Meeting Water Management Districts March 25-26, 1982
Handwritten Notes, 12/2/1975
Letter: 1/19/1978 Attached Agenda
WMD/DER Quarterly Meeting, Agenda, Draft
2-11-82, 3-3-82
Handwritten Notes, Quarterly Meeting
Water Management Districts Meeting Aug 26-27 Agenda
Water Authority in Business?
Office memo: 3/15/1982
Memo: Summary Quarterly Meeting Minutes, Attachment
Water Management Quarterly Meeting March 25, 1982
Water Board Chiefs Get Word To Cooperate or Lose Independence
Pinellas Should End Foolish Talk About Raiding Citrus Water Supply
Office memo: 3/2/1982 and handwritten notes
Memo: Potential Discussion Item, Quarterly Meeting attached: Memo: Florida Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act
Memo: 9/26/1980 Attached Possible Water System Interconnections
Memo: June 29th Meeting in West Palm Beach, DER Quarterly Meeting
Letter: 1/7/1981
Board Review Schedule
Memo: Quarterly Meeting of Water Management Districts
Letter: 2/4/1983 attached map and agenda
Interoffice Memo: WMD Funding
Summary Quarterly Meeting Oct 23, 1980
Quarterly Metting Water Management Districts March 25 and 26, 1982
Letter: 3/9/1982
Letter: Jan 12, 1983 attachment Tentative Agenda
Amendments
Memo: Materials For Quarterly Meeting
Agenda and Scheduling of Meetings and Workshops
Standardization
Memo: Arrangements for NFWMD Annual Meeting Oct 22-24
Dinner March 26, 1982
Annual Meeting Tentative List
Water Wells
Memo: Next Water Management District/DER Quarterly Meeting
List of Attendees
Letter: 8/27/1982
Letter: 1/3/1977
Handwritten Notes 1/18/1980
Memo: Water Management Meeting, Tampa, March 25 and 26 with attachment
Letter: 2/17/1982
Letter: Annual Water Management District Meeting
Agenda Meeting Oct 24, 1979
While you were out Re: Quarterly Meeting
Water Management District-Dept of Environmental Regulation Quarterly Meeting, Agenda
Letter: 5/20/1982
Letter: 7/23/1976
WMD/DER Quarterly Meeting, Agenda
Memo: Special Stipulation for West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority Attached: Proposed Permit Conditionrfor Future Water Supply Planning in Pinellas, Hillsborough and Pasco Counties
Minutes Water Management District's Quarterly Meeting Dec 2, 1975
Memo: Gainesville Meeting Feb 21, 1978
Handwritten Notes and Letter: 5/19/1981 attached Registration and Map
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority and Hillsborough County
Memo: Procedure of notification to the Public re: Governing Board/Basin Board Meetings attachments
Letter: 11/13/1975 attachment Quarterly Water Resources Meeting 8/27/1975 Brief Summary
Pasco and Water Supply Authority Move Closer on Wellfield Issue
Final Form in Which Rule Was Adopted
Letter: 5/1/1981
Water Well 'Balance' Proposal Discussed by Swiftmud Directors
University Club of Tampa Expense Report
Water Managers Joining Forces
Water Authority Votes to Keep Law Firm
Reservation Form
Handwritten Notes
Memo: 3/15/1982 University Club Discrimination attached Laws
Announcment of Conference
Letter: June 23, 1977
Letter: 1/13/1981 re: Performance Audit
Weekly Pumpage and Use Report St Petersburg, Pinellas Co.,Tampa and New Port Richey Systems
Downtown Tampa Existing and Propsed Major Office and Retail Buildings
Routing Memo 2/9/1983
Letter: 2/4/1977
Memo: Summary of Quarterly Meeting Discussion Issues Attached Meeting Minutes
Party Contract
Memo: Quarterly Meeting of WMD's and DER Feb 10-11, 1983 attached Registration Form
DER/WMD Quarterly Meeting Agenda
Agenda Quarterly Meeting Oct 23, 1980
Registration Form
Water Management Districts- Dept of Enviromental Regulation Quarterly Meeting Oct 28, 1982
Budget Recommendations FY 1977-78
Travel Arrangements
Letter Handwritten
Letter: 10/18/1982 Attachment Question and Answer Forum
Public Works Program Status Report
Agenda Quarterly Meeting June 20, 1980
Count as of 3/23/1982
Hilton Registration Service
Letter: 10/22/1976
Letter: 5/9/1980
Statement March 19, 1982 Richard Wilford and Charles Hunsicker
Memo: Lunch- March 35, 1982- Tampa, Attached Map
Memo: Quarterly Meeting between DER and Water Management Districts Attachment: Addressees and Agenda
Memo: Next WMD/DER Quarterly Meeting
Remittance Advice
Letter: Oct 13, 1981
Memo: Notes from Meeting of April 27, 1982
DER-WMD Quarterly Meeting 8/17/1976
Agenda Topics: Meeting in Palatka, July 24, 1979
Handwritten Notes
Memo: Proposed Subjects for Discussion at Planning Session for Quartely WMD Meetings
Water Management District Meeting Quarterly Meeting Dec 2, 1975 Final Agenda
Proposed Agenda Feb 24, 1978
Letter: 6/18/1981
Minutes of Meeting March 3, 1982
Handwritten Notes, 4/6/1982
Pasco: Well Field Development Should Wait for Testing
Letter: 8/10/1977
Handwritten Notes
Well Field File
Statement for L M Blain
Water Projects Called Key to Peace
Letter 3/10/1982
Registration Form
Agenda, Quarterly Meeting January 30 ,1981
Memo: Feasibility of Water Supply System Interconnection Within the Tri-County Area
Memo: Quarterly Water Management Meeting
Letter: 7/29/1991
Handwritten Notes 6/29/1977
Letter: 1/13/1981
Location of Major Water Supply Facilities in Tri-County Area
Meeting Schedule
Memo: Quarterly Meeting-Feb 10-11, 1983
Letter: 1/7/1981
Letter: Renewal of Public Supply Wellfields-Further Development of Grid Systems, and Greater Involvment of SWFWMD in Flood Plan and Other Wetland Management
University Club of Tampa Suggested Menu
Walt Disney World Resort Complex
A Bill to be Entitled: 3rd Draft
Memo: March 15, 1982 University Club Discrimination
Memo: Water Management Attorneys
Letter: 12/8/1982 Attached Accomodation Form
Chronology State Water Use Plan
Program Audit
Office Memo: NWF Annual Meeting
Attendees
7th Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida: Agenda and Map
Sequence of Parts
Memo: Summary of Action Items Resulting from Quarterly Meeting
Memo: Staff Transoprtation At Annual Meeting
Agenda for WMD Quarterly Meeting
Statement: March 19, 1982 Edward Chance
Letter: 8/26/1982 attachment memebers and addresses
Memo: DER Quarterly Meeting Agenda
Memo: Jan 17-18, 1980 Quarterly Meeting, Attached Agenda
Notes/Prices
Notes about the Quarterly Meeting, March 25 and 26
Memo: 7th Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida attachment tentative agenda
Handwritten Notes, 8/17/1976
Handwritten Notes, WMD Quarterly Meeting, 7/24/1979
Memo: Quarterly Meeting of Water Management Districts
Handwritten Notes, 4/27/1982
Areas For Discussion
Handwritten Notes 4/6/1979
Letter: 7/9/1981 attached statement and registration
Implementation
Memo: Quarterly Meeting With DER Dec 2, 1975 at 10:00 AM
Toward an End to Wars
Proposed Topics 11/22/1977 and Attached Letter
Memo: Quarterly Meeting, June 18-19, 1981
Minutes of the Meeting April 1, 1981
Letter: 4/2/1982
Memo: General Sessions Oct 2/3
Handwritten Notes
Letter: March 9, 1982
Handwritten Notes 1/30/1981
Memo: Wellfield Interconnection
Revised Meeting Schedule March 25, 1982
Join the Expedition: 16th Annual Conference on Water Management
1996 Progress Report
Quarterly Meeting between The Dept of Environmental Regulation and Water Management District
Memo: Quarterly Meeting in Palatka, Jan 29-30, 1981, Attached registration
Memo: Well Field Interties and Flood Hazard Area Management
Registration form
Quarterly Meeting between the Water Management District Board Chairman Exectutive Directors and The Dept of Environmental Regulation
Letter: 1/7/1981
Memo: Hydrologists Assignment-Major Wellfield
University Club of Tampa Reservation Request
Schedule of Events for Winter Quarterly Meeting
Letter: 1/24/1977
Handwritten Notes 10/23/1980
Dinner Meeting, March 25, 1982
Letter: 2/26/1982
Memo: WMD/DER Quarterly Meeting
FY 76-7 Report on Water
Contents: Funding Formula Proposals
Public Business; Misc. Provisions
7th Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida, Oct 28-29, 1982: Program
Letter: 8/21/1980
Luncheon
Memo: Annual meeting
Water Use Plan
Registration Form: Fred McCormack
Proposed Revision: Data Management and Research November 16, 1987
Staff Draft: Point Source Discharge into Surface Waters Novemeber 9, 1987
FL Home Builders's Water Supply Funding Paper--Typical Questions and Anwers (memo and Discussion of a Local Cources First Water Policy for Florida)
Staff Draft: Permitting of WMD Projects Novemeber 9, 1987
Exploring Alternative Water Resources
Proposal: Recharge and Deep Well Injection November 16, 1987
Proposed Revision: Mining in Wetlands Novemeber 16, 1987
Issues Listed By Subcommittee Topics
Environmental Efficiency Study Commission Minority Report
Proposed Revision: Coastal Construction Novemeber 16, 1987
Handwritten Notes
Legal Implications of Water Management
HB 1281, House of Representatives
Amendment Providing Limited Taxing Power for FL Regional Water Control Districts
Surface Water in Florida
Improving environmental efficiency is possible
EESC Revision 10/21/87
Water Table Control on Agricultural Lands
Chapter 16C-8 Rules and Regulations Governing Water Well Contractors in Florida
Water Resources - Chapter 373
8th Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida: Program
Operation of the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District
January 12 Sessions
Water Ploicy - Chap. 17-40
Proposed Revision: Well Construction Permitting November 30, 1987
Report on Artificial Rainmaking
January 13 Sessions
Memo - Recommendations to the EESC From Dale Twachtmann
Governing Water Well Contractors 17-20.020
Contitutional Amendment Article VII Sec 9
Groundwater Management on Long Island, NY
Report of Citizens Committee - 20 April 1945 - Narrative Report
Staff Draft: Fisheries November 9, 1987
Wakulla Springs Annual Meeting of October 25, 1976
Propsed Revision: Dredge and Fill/Wetlands
Preliminary Summary of Data on Water Problems That Have or May Have Legal or Administrative Implications
Model Water Transfer Act for California An Urban Perspective
Letter Dated Dec. 22, 1954 from A. P. Black, Head Dept. of Chemistry
Endangered Species Act ("ESA") Legal Protection of Endangered Species and Their Habitats
Fifth Annual Meeting Summary - Havanna
Proposed Revision: Non-Point Sources (11/16/1987) and Staff Draft (11/9/1987)
Economic Leaflets; The Watershed Act: Its Application to Florida
Economic Leaflets - Industrial Water Supply in Fla
Memo: Environmental Efficiency Study Commission Meeting in Tampa
Seventh Annuall Conference on Water Management in Florida - Havanah, Florida -October 28-29, 1992
Proposed Revision: Point Source Discharge into Surface Waters Novemeber 16, 1987
Recent Bay Area Clips on Alternative Water Sources in the Tampa Bay Area
Staff Draft: Enforcement November 9, 1987
Proposed Revision: Permitting of WMD Projects Novemeber 16, 1987
Water Management Institute Inc, Membership Application
Proposal: Dual DER/WMD Authority November 16, 1987
Staff Draft: Dredge and Fill on Sovereign Submerged Lands Novemeber 9, 1987
Environmental Efficiency Study Commission Report of the Minority
Environmental Efficiency Study Commission: Managing Florida's Environmental Assets
Staff Draft: Oil and Gas Novemeber 9, 1987
Article VII 1976
Intrinsic Values of Streams, Lakes and Tidal Waters to Florida Economy
Staff Draft: Beach Restoration Novemeber 9, 1987
Memo: Referendum on Ad Valorem Funding for Water Management Districts
Climatological Aspects of Rainfall
Summary of Recommendations by the EESC
ADA Revision
Future of Water Control in Florida
Chapter 16C-7 Rules and Regulations Governing Water Well Contractors in Florida
Section Changes Made in the Florida Statutes
Staff Draft
Water Conservaton Through Agricultural Land, Soil and Crop Management
17th Annual Water Management Seminar 1998, Jan 10-17
Letter of Updated Version of DER Statutory Authority - dated July 21, 1987
Water Pollution Control - One Phase of Conservation
Issues Papers
Board Membership And Demographics - 10/06/86
Handwritten notes
Audubon Group Opposes Water Management Plan
Facts About Flood Control District
January 14 Sessions
Report and Legislative Recommomendations of State Committee on Water Resources - April 1, 1945
Proposed Revision: Fisheries November 16, 1987
SRWMD Unofficial Voting Results as of March 12, 1976
Program Highlights - Status and Objectives
January 16 Sessions
Annual Summary Report - Everglades Drainage District - 1944
Staff Draft: Endangered Species November 9, 1987
Forth Annual Meeting Summary - Havanna
Research Outline for Examination of Florida Water Law
A Model Water Transfer Act for California
Some Problems on Which Basic Research is Needed
Staff Draft: Aquaculture November 9, 1987
Sixth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida Summary - Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center
1986 Supplement to FL Statues 1985
1998 West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority Governance Report to the FL Legislature (Exectutive Summary)
Engineering Progress at the U of F, an Engineering Conference on Water Management in Fla
Proposed Revision: Enforcement November 16, 1987
Staff Draft: Water Reuse Novemeber 9, 1987
Recommendations to the WMD Review Commission
Staff Draft: Local Governement November 9, 1987
Proposed Revision: Dredge and Fill on Sovereign Submerged Lands Novemeber 16, 1987
Description of Organization: 17-101.040
Proposed Revision: Oil and Gas Novemeber 16, 1987
Article VII: Contitution of the State of Florida
HB 1280, House of Representatives
Proposed Revision: Beach Restoration Novemeber 16, 1987
Voice of Business Speaks
Water Requirements in Florida
Environmental Efficiency Study Commission Summary as of February 7, 1988
Preliminary One Step Approval
Salt Water Encroachment in Florida
Digest of General Laws
Staff Draft: Chapter 380 Implementation Novemember 9, 1987
Reclamation of Water From Sewage
Changes Made 8/14/1974 including drafts and handwritten notes
Staff Draft: Drinking Water November 9, 1987
Analytical Review of Federal Water Pollution Control Program
Letter 10/27/1997
Environmental Efficiency Act of 1986
Water Resources: Ch 373
Sample Ballot
Reclamation of Water From Sea Water
Letter 2/23/1998 attached Slide Show
Table of Contents
Staff Draft: Septic Tanks November 9, 1987
SWFWMD Unofficial Voting Results as of March 12, 1976
District; Establishment and Functions, Organization and Finances
January 15 Sessions
U.S. Geological Survey - Miami Office, Miami Fl. - Monthly report for February 1945
Third Annual Meeting Summary of The NWFWMD - October 22, 24 - Tallahassee
Proposed Revision: Dredge and Fill/Wetlands 11/16/1987
Report of The Florida Water Resources Study Commission's County Committees on Water Problems July, 1956
Shape of Transfers to Come: A Model Water Transfer Act for California
Appendix
Proposed Revision: Aquaculture November 16, 1987
Environmental Control Ch 403
Florida's Water Resources - Report to the Governor of Florida and the 1957 Legislature
Article Summarizing 1997 FL Legislation and Recent Major Case Law: 'More Than a Drop in the Bucket: FL Water Resources Act II'
Injection Wells
Citizens Water Problem Study Committee, Report To The Honorable Leroy Collins
Staff Draft: Data Management and Research November 9, 1987
Proposed Revision: Water Reuse Novemeber 16, 1987
Handwritten Notes
Proposed Revision: Local Governement November 16, 1987
Atlantic Big Game Sportfishing
Supplement to Florida Statutes 403.021
Staff Draft: Mining in Wetlands Novemeber 9, 1987
Proposed Revision: Funding Nov 16, 1987
HJR 1279, House of Representatives
Staff Draft: Coastal Construction Novemeber 9, 1987
Flow Inc, Seeks Water District Tax
Water Requirements in Florida
House of Representatives Natural Resources Committee Final Staff Analysis & Economic Impact Statement
Proposed Revision: Chapter 380 Implementation November 16, 1987
Safe and Adequate - And You Drink It
Drafts of Sections of Amended Laws including Letters and Handwritten Notes
Report Of The Minority of the Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
Preliminary One Step Approval: Handwritten
Changes Made 9/12/1974 including drafts and handwritten notes
Laws of Florida - Chapter 75-22 - House Bill No.670
Proposed Revision: Drinking Water November 16, 1987
Beach Erosion Control
A Guide to the SWFWMD
1987 Amendment to Environmental Efficiency Act of 1986
Staff Draft: Well Construction Permitting November 9, 1987
Memo: 2/23/1976, FLOW
Artificial Rainmaking
Land and Water Development Activities Graph - Permitting and Project Review Programs
Proposed Revision: Septic Tanks November 16, 1987
WMD Unofficial Voting Results as of March 12, 1976
General Situation: The Project
Florida Rural Water Association Long Range Plan
Propsoed Revision: Endangered Species November 16, 1987
Second Annual Meeting Summary of the NWFWMD - Oct. 24-25, 1977
Staff Draft: Dredge and Fill/Wetlands
Preliminary Summary of Data on Water Problems That Have or May Have Legal or Administrative Implications BY COUNTIES
Wheeling Provisions of the Model Water Transfer Act
Water Resources of Florida - Summary
Florida Administrative Weekly
Sixth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida, October 29-30, 1981
Proposed Revision: Landfills (11/16/1987) and Staff Draft (11/9/1987)
A Note on State Control of Navigable Waters
Summary of 1997 Major FL Water Legislation
Industrial Development - Sept-Oct 1954
Eighth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida - Summary - Havana, Florida -oCTOBER 26, 27, 1983
California and the San Joaquin Valley - Feather River Project
Legal Effect of Flooding Resulting From Raising Water Levels
Tenth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida - Asbstracts
Georgia Water Resources Commission Act
Types of Legal Action That Might Be Brought Against The County By GAC
Water for the Future in Mississippi
Permits Required For Implementation of Interim Action Program
Managing Florida's Water: Meeting the Challenge of the Future - Fourteenth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida - October 26-27, 1989
Major Committees of the Florida Water Resources Study Commission
Conclusions and Recommendations
Sixteenth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida - October 2-4, 1991
Man Made Channels
Water Law, Policy and The Federal Government
Proceedings of Interamerican Dialogue on Water Management - Miami, October 27-30, 1993
Twenty-second Annual Conference on Water Management - Hilton at Walt Disney World Village, Lake Buena Vista, FL, Sept 3-5, 1997
Twenty-eighth Annual Conference on Water Management - Sept. 3-5, 2003 - Tampa Mariott Waterside Hotel Program
Conclusions and Recommendations
Twenty-sixth Annual Conference on Water Management - University of Fla. Hotel and Conference Center, Gainesville, FL. - Oct 3-5, 2001
Thirty-first Annual Conference on Water Management - Sept. 6-8, 2006, Innisbrook Resort, Tarpon Springs, FL
Origin of Surface Water in Florida
Golden Gates Estates Redevelopment Study - Phase I - Collier County, Fla. - Background
Agricultural Land Use in Florida
Conclusion
Physical Setting: General Geography, Topography and Geology of Collier County
Bibliography
Preview of The California Water Plan
Introduction
Tenth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida Program -October 24-25, 1986
A Study of the Riparian and Prior Appropriation Doctrines of Water Law
County's Duty To Maintain Roads
Twelth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida -Program of October 29-30, 1987 Tallahassee
Legislative Research Commission - Water Rights Law in Kentucky
Thirteenth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida -October 27-28, 1988
Water Resources and Economic Development of the West
Whether The Consent Decree Against GAC Issued By the FTC In August 1974 Could Be Invalidated Because of the Commission's Failure to Prepare an Environmental Impact Statement
Law of Streams and Watercourses
Interesting Aspects of Western Water Law
Ground Waters
Legal Aspects of Conjunctive Use
Twenty-first Annual Conference on Water Management - Florida's Five Water Management Districts and the Dept. of Environmental Prot. - Bonaventure Resort and Spa, Ft. Lauderdale, Sept. 25-27
Interrelationships Between Water in Different Categories
Florida's Twenty-fifth Annual Conference on Water Management - October 4-6, 2000 at Grosvenor Resort, Walt Disney World, Lake Buena Vista, FL
Thirtieth Annual Conference on Water Management - Sept. 7-9, 2005, Sanibel Harbour Resort - Ft. Myers, FL
Origin and Movement of Florida's Water Resources
Maps T-35, T-77, T-153
Legal Problems
Tentative Findings and Conclusions
Methods
Habitat Alteration
Legal Ramifications of Implementation of the Interim Action Program in Golden Gate Estates, Collier County, Florida - Executive Summary
Ninth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida Abstracts
Georgia Water Law, Use And Control Factors
Possible Estoppel Based On Collier County's Approval Of Subdivision Plats And Acceptance Of Roads
Eleventh Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida - Abstracts
Illinois Water Use Law
Availability Of Declaratory Relief To Collier County
Thirteenth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida - Program of Oct 27,28, Tallahassee
Proposal for Implementing the Water Policy of Mississippi
Application and Legal Significance of Chapter 78-85 Laws of Florida, (Popularly Known As The 1978 "Taking" Act)
Analytical Table of Contents of the Preliminary Report of the Committee on Water Law of the Florida Water Resources Study Commission
A View of Eastern Water Law
Eighteenth Annual Conference on Water Management October 27-30, Miami
Difused Surface Waters
Twentieth Annual Conference on Water Management : Conference Program, Florida's Water Supply: Finding Alternatives
Legal Remedies
Twenty-fourth Annual Conference on Water Management - Oct. 27-29, 1999 at World Golf Village Renaissance Resort, St. Augustine, Fla.
Quality of Natural Waters
Golden Gate Estates Redevelopment Study, Collier County, Fla. Phase I, Table of Contents
Present Water Resources Programs
Prevention of Beach and Shore Erosion in Florida
Summary of Findings and Recommendations with Forward
Oriigin of Surface Soils Distribution
Currrent Status and Suggested Next Steps
Ninth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida Program - October 25-26, 1984
Florida's water Resources - A Study of the Physical, Admin., and Legal Aspects of Water Problems and Water Management
Measure of Compensation If A "Taking" Is Found
Georgia Water Quality Control Act
Availability of Class Actions Against Collier County
Twelfth Annual Conference on Water Management in Florida Proceedings of October 29-30, 1987
Whether SFWMD, By Issuing Permits Required For Implementation of The Interim Action Program, Would Become Liable For Any "Taking" That Might Result
Fifteenth Annual Conference on Water Management October 31-Nov. 2, 1990 - Miami, Florida
Preliminary Brief Summary of Local Water Problems that have or may have Legal, Administrative or Economic Implications
Legal, Institutional and Social Aspects of Irrigation and Drainage and Water Resources Planning and Management
Seventeenth Annual Conference on Water Management - Program of October 28-30, Orlando
Lakes, Ponds and Sinkholes
Water Law and Technology
Nineteenth Annual Conference on Water Management 1994 - Annual Technical Symposium
Techniques of Acquiring Water Rights
Twenty-third Annual Conference on Water Management - Hyatt Regency, Downtown Tampa, 1998
Twenty- ninth Annual Conference on Water Management - Nov. 3-5, 2004 in Conjunction with American Water Resources Assoc. - Palatka, FL
Water Use in Florida
Twenty-seventh Annual Conference on Water Management - Hyatt Regency Miami, Miami, Fl., October 2-4, 2002
Golden Gate Estates Redevelopment Study - Phase I, Collier County, Fla.
Ground Water of Florida
Report on Water Resources Problems of Western Collier County, Florida as affected by the GAC Corporation's Canal System in it's Golden Gate Development Project
Water Pollution in Florida
An Ecological and Hydrological Assessment of the Golden Gate Estates Drainage Basin with Recommendations for Future Land Use and Water Management Strategies
Climate and Meteorology
Some Economic and Poicy Aspects of the Water Use Problem in the Paw Paw Basin
Discussions
Legislative Alternatives . Further Studies Needed
A New Water Policy for South Carolina
Development and Present Status of Water Rights and Water Policy in the United States
University of Kansas Law Review - Symposium on Water Law
Institutions in Water Policy
Proprietary Power
New Constraints on Irrigation and Drainage
Law of Water Allocation In The Eastern United States
Proposed Surface Water Law for Michigan
Hydrology versus Water Allocation in the Eastern United States
Discussions
Concepts Used as Economic Criteria for a System of Water Rights
Discussions
South Carolina Law Quarterly Supplement - Special Issue on Water Law
Iowa Law Review, Winter 1956 Symposium - Water Use and Control
University of Florida Law Review - Riparian Rights in Florida
Commerce Power
Water Allocation And/Or Water Use Efficiency
Water Management in Developing Countries
Legislative Change of Water Law in Massachusetts
Water Allocation Under the Appropriation Doctrine in the Lea County Underground Basin of New Mexico
Discussions
Due Process and the Effect of Eastern Appropriation Proposals on Existing Rights, with Special Emphasis on the Michigan Proposal
Discussions
Beneficial Use of Water in South Carolina - A Preliminary Report on the Historical, Physical and Legal Aspects of Water Problems in the State
Tennessee Law Review, April 1955, The Movement for New Water Rights Laws in the Tennessee Valley States
Laws of Florida Governing Water Use
Water Resources Law - Introduction
Water Resources Management
"208" Studies: Institutional and Legal Constraints
Introductory Essay
Western Experience and Eastern Appropriation Proposals
Some Legal Aspects of Water Use In North Carolina
Discussions
Technical Aspects of Water Management Practices for the Paw Paw Basin
Economic Factors in the Study of Water Use
Bibliography
Essays on Wisconsin Water Law, November 1955
Water Resources Law - Vol #3
Institutions For Management
Models As A Viable Management Tool
Discussions
Discussions
Michigan Law of Water Allocation
Legislation on Water Rights Proposed in 1955
Opinion File 75-55 thru 75-57
Opinion File 70-19 thru 70-23
Legal Problems Arising From The Changing Needs, Uses and Availability of Water In Eastern United States
Opinion File 67-17
Opinion File 73-139 thru 73-141
SWF Indexes - USCA
Opinion File 77-33 thru 77-36
Opinion File 72-43 thru 72-46
Western Experience and Eastern Appropriation Proposals - Eastern Interest in Western Law
Opinion File 75-62 thru 75-63
Opinion File 70-34 thru 70-35
Opinion File 74-94 thru 74-96
Opinion File 67-30 thru 67-31
Opinion File 73-144 thru 73-145
Opinion File 61-4
Opinion File 77-52 thru 77-55
Opinion File 72-50 thru 72-52
Legislative Change of Water Law in Massachusetts: A Case Study of the Consequences of Introducing a Prior Appropriation System - by Charles M. Haar and Barbara Gordon
Opinion File 76-3 thru 76-13
Interstate Water Compacts
Opinion File 74-103 thru 74-108
Summary
Opiinion File 74-20 thru 74-25
Opinion File 63-4 thru 63-5
Opinion File 77-63 thru 77-65
Opinion File 72-56 thru 72-58
Footnotes
Opinion File 76-24 thru 76-25
Iowa Natural Resources Act
Opinion File 74-111 thru 74-116
Opinion File 67-46 thru 67-49
Early Irrigation in the West
Opinion File 64-3 thru 64-4
Opinion File 77-76 thru 77-81
Opinion File 73-3 thru 73-12
Interpretation of "Security" of Water Rights
Opinion File 76-36
Michigan Law of Water Allocation - Description by Richard Arens - Introduction
Opinion File 75-1 thru 75-2
Opinion File 68-2
Opinion File 74-40 thru 74-46
Opinion File 65-6 thru 65-11
Opinion File 73-30 thru 73-33
Economic Criteria and the Public Interest
Opinion File 76-55 thru 76-56
Opinion File 70-43 thru 70-44
Technical Aspects of Water Management Practices for the Paw Paw River Basin By Norman F. Billings
Opinion File 75-9 thru 75-11
Opinion File 68-5
Other Public Purposes
Opinion File 74-57 thru 74-62
Opinion File 73-68 thru 73-69
A Regional Study
Opinion File 76-73 thru 76-93
Opinion File 71-1 thru 71-5
Some Legal Aspects of Water Use in North Carolina - Table of Contents - by Harold H. Ellis
Opinion File 75-14 thru 75-15
Opinion File 68-10 thru 68-11
From World War I to the "Depression"
Opinion File 74-66 thru 74-68
Opinion File 65-37 thru 65-38
Opinion File 76-143 thru 76-144
Opinion File 71-16 thru 71-19
Types of Water Sources
Opinion File 75-25 thru 75-28
Opinion File 69-2 thru 69-5
Progress in Coordination Within Particular Regions
Opinion File 74-77
Opinion File 66-7 thru 66-8
Opinion File 73-88 thru 73-91
Opinion File 71-23 thru 71-32
Groundwaters
Opinion File 75-36
Opinion File 69-10 thru 69-12
Review and Authorization of Plans and Projects
Opiniion File 74-82
Opinion File 66-13
Navigation
Opinion File 73-110
Opiniion File 76-175 thru 76-176
Opinion File 72-1 thru 72-4
Pollution
Opinion File 75-43 thru 75-45
Opinion File 69-15
Project Financing
Opinion File 66-21
Flood Control
Opinion File 73-118 thru 73-119
Unedited Transcript - Symposium on the Law of Water allocation in the Eastern United States on legislative alternatives, further studies needed, etc. (Prof. Jacob H. Beuscher, Chairman)
Opinon File 76-182
Other Contractual Arrangements
Opinion File 75-49
Opinon File 70-01 thru 70-12
Table of Citations
Opinion File 67-6 thru 67-9
Opinion File 73-126 thru 73-128
SWF Indexes - Florida Constitution
Opinion File 76-186
Opinion File 72-18 thru 72-19
Functions of Certain State and Local Agencies and Organizations
Opinion File 70-16 thru 70-18
Hydrology and Water Law: What is Their Future Common Ground?
Opinion File 67-15 thru 67-16
Opinion File 73-136 thru 73-138
SWF Indexes - Fed. Public Law
Opinion File 77-9 thru 77-32
Opinion File 72-41 thru 72-42
Opinion File 75-61
Opinion File 70-28 thru 70-33
Water Use Under Common Law Doctrines
Opinion File 74-92 thru 74-93
Opinion File 67-24 thru 67-29
Opinion File 73-143
Opinion File 61-3 thru 61-4
Opinion File 77-51
Opinion File 72-49
Footnotes - Western Experience and Appropriation Proposals
Opinion File 76-1 thru 76-2
Regulation of Water Rights Under the Police Power
Opinion File 74-102
Opinion File 67-41
International Commissions
Opinion File 74-12 thru 74-19
Opinion File - 63-1 thru 63-3
Opinion File 77-57 thru 77-62
Opinon File 72-55
A Special Note on Ground Water
Opinion File 76-17 thru 76-23
Appendix - Mississippi Conservation and Development of Water Resources Act
Opinion File 67-44 thru 67-45a
Irrigation Water Companies and Irrigation Districts
Opinion File 74-31
Opinion File 64-1 thru 64-2
Opinion File 77-74 thru 77-75
Opinion File 73-2
Concepts Used as Economic Criteria for a System of Water Rights by S.V. Ciriacy-Wantrup
Opinion File 76-34 thru 76-35
Opinion File 74-119 thru 74-121
Opinion File 68-1
Power and Multiple-purpose Projects
Opinion File 74-37 thru 74-39
Opinion File 65-3 thru 65-5
Opinion File 73-28 thru 73-29
Welfare Economics and Water Allocation
Opinion File 76-53 thru 76-54
Opinion File 70-40 thru 70-42
Some Economic and Policy Aspects of the Water Use Problems in the Paw Paw Basin By Raleigh Barlowe
Opinion File 75-6 thru 75-8
International Waters
Opinion File 74-55 thru 74-56
Opinion File 65-23 thru 65-24
Opinion File 73-65 thru 73-67
Theoretical Background
Opinion File 76-71 thru 76-72
Opiinion File 70-48 thru 70-53
Condensation of Draft Paper on Some Legal Aspects of Water Use in North Carolina by Harold H. Ellis
Opinion File 75-13
Opinion File 68-9
Growth Until World War I
Opinion File 65-35 thru 65-36
Opinion File 73-76
Opinion File 76-123 thru 76-142
Opinion File 71-15
State's Policies Regarding Water Resources
Opinion File 75-24
Opinion File 74-75 thru 74-76
Opinion File 66-6
General-Welfare Power
Opinion File 73-84 thru 73-87
Opinion File 76-151 thru 76-152
Opinion File 71-22
Other Artificial Ponds or Lakes
Opinion File 75-33 thru 75-35
Opinion File 69-8 thu 69-9
Preparing for Projects
Opinion File 74-81
Summary
Opinion File 73-95 thru 73-109
Opiniion File 76-172 thru 76-174
Opinion File 71-36 thru 71-37
Drainage
Opinion File 75-42
Opinion File 69-14
Operation and Maintenance of Projects
Opinion File 66-19 thru 66-20
International Commissions
Water Allocation Under the Appropriation Doctrine In The Lea County Underground Basin of New Mexico including a Comment on Symposium paper, Economic Factors in the Study of Water Use by Nathaniel Wollman
Opinion File 76-180 thru 76-181
Opinion File 72-10
Transfer or Assignment of Water Rights
Opinion File 75-48
Opinion File 69-20 thru 69-21
Water-Resource Activities Other Than Project Development
Opinion File 67-2 thru 67-5
Opinion File 73-125
Keywords of SWF Indexes A thru' W conclusive
Opinion File 72-16 thru 72-17
Prescriptive Rights
Opinion File 75-54
Opinion File 70-15
Inherent Difference Between Water and Other Natural Resources
Opinion File 67-13 thru 67-14
Opinion File 73-134 thru 73-135
Opinion File 77-3 thru 77-8
Opinion File 72-38 thru 72-40
Western Experience and Eastern Appropriation Proposals by Clyde O. Fisher, Jr.
Opinion File 75-60
Opinion File 70-25 thru 70-27
Water and the Law
Opinion File 74-87 thru 74-91
Opinion File 67-20 thru 67-23
Opinion File 73-142
Opinion File 61-1 thru 61-2
Opinion File 77-38 thru 77-50
Western Problems and the Eastern Appropriation Proposals
Opinion File 75-67 thru 75-71
Opinion File 70-38 thru 70-39
Reparian Right as Property
Opinion File 74-101
Opinion File 67-37 thru 67-40
Operation of Projects
Opinion File 74-2 thru 74-11
Opinion File 62-2 thru 62-4
Opinion File 77-56
Opiniion File 72-54
Some Tentative Conclusions
Model Water Use Act With Comments
Opinion File 74-110
Opinion File 67-43
Water Rights
Opinion File 74-28 thru 74-30
Opinion File 63-6 thru 63-10
Opinion File 77-70 thru 77-73
Opinion File 73-1
Opinion File 76-28 thru 76-33
Michigan Law Of Water Allocation by Richard Arens
Opinion File 74-118
Opinion File 67-54 thru 67-60
Indian Irrigation
Opinion File 74-33 thru 74-36
Opinion File 65-1 thru 65-2
Opinion File 77-86 thru 77-91
Opinion File 73-13 thru 73-27
Interpretation of "Flexibility" of Water Rights
Opinion File 76-39 thru 76-52
Footnotes - Michigan Law of Water Allocation
Opinion File 75-4 thru 75-5
Opinion File 68-4
Federal Development and Operation
Opinion File 74-50 thru 74-54
Opinion File 65-21 thru 65-22
Opinion File 73-46 thru 73-64
Economic Factors in The Study of Water Use by Nathaniel Wollman, University of New Mexico - Introduction
Opinion File 76-57 thru 76-70
Opinion File 70-46 thru 70-47
State of Michigan - 1955 Report on Water Resource Conditions and Uses in the Paw Paw River Basin
Opinion File 68-7 thru 68-8
Comprehensive Development
Opinion File 74-65
Opinion File - 65-29 thru 65-34
Opinion File 73-75
Opinion File 76-97 thru 76-122
Opinion File 71-9 thru 71-14
Opinion File 75-17 thru 75-23
Opinion File 68-15 thru 68-16
Authority for Interagency Coordination
Opinion File 74-70 thru 74-74
Opinion File 66-1 thru 66-5
Treaty Making Power
Opinion File 73-79 thru 73-83
Opinion File 76-148 thru 76-150
Opinion File 71-20 thru 71-21
Artificial and Developed Watercourses
Opinion File 75-31 thru 75-32
Comparative Summary
Opinion File 74-79 thru 74-80
Opinion File 66-12
Interstate Compacts
Opinion File 73-93 thru 73-94
Opinion File 76-170 thru 76-171
Opinion File 71-34 thru 71-35
Surface Waters
Opinion File 75-37 thru 75-41
Opinion File 69-14
Design and Prosecution of Projects
Opinion File 66-16 thru 66-18
Protection of Navigable Waters
Opinion File 73-114 thru 73-117
Conclusion
Opinion File 76-179
Opinion File 72-8 thru 72-9
Interrelationships Among Natural Water Sources
Opinion File 75-47
Opinion File 69-19
Opinion File 67-1
Prosecution of Projects
Opinion File 73-124
Keyword List for Opinions File Beginning with A and Ending With Z
Opinion File 76-185
Opinion File 72-12 thru 72-15
Condemnation and Related Proceedings
Opinion File 75-52 thru 75-53
Opinion File 70-13 thru 70-14
Preface, Table of Contents
Opinion File 73-131 thru 73-133
SWF Indexes - Florida Administrative Code
Opinion File 77-1 thru 77-2
Opinion File 72-23 thru 72-37
Due Process and the Effect of Eastern Appropriation Proposals on Existing Rights, with Special Emphasis on the Michigan Proposal by Clyde O. Fisher, Jr.
Opinion File 75-58 thru 75-59
Opinion File 70-24
Adequacy of the Prior Appropriation Doctrine Today
Opinion File 74-86
Opinion File 67-18 thru 67-19
SWF Indexes - Florida Statutes
Opinion File 77-37
Opinion File 72-47 thru 72-48
Problems in Western Law
Opinion File 75-64 thru 75-66
Opinion File 70-36 thru 70-37
Statutory Regulation of Water Resources
Opinion File 74-97 thru 74-100
Opinion File 67-32 thru 67-36
Opinion File 74-1
Opinion File 62-1
Opinion File 72-53
Comparison of Present Massachusetts Law and Proposed Michigan Legislation
Opinion File 76-14 thru 76-16
Water Law in Michigan
Opinion File 74-109
Opinion File 67-42
Irrigation
Opinion File 74-26 thru 74-27
Opinion File 77-66 thru 77-69
Opinion File 72-59 thru 72-63
A Contribution on Hydrology vs. Water Allocation in the Eastern United States by Harold E. Thomas, U.S. Geological Survey
Opinion File 76-26 thru 76-27
Symposium - Program, List of Participants and Observers, October 3-6, 1956
Opinion File 74-117
Opinion File 67-50 thru 67-53
Reclamation Law
Opinion File 74-32
Opinion File 64-5 thru 64-12
Opinion File 77-82 thru 77-85
Security of Water Rights and Protection of Investment
Opinion File 76-37 thru 76-38
Michigan Law of Water Allocation - Evaluation - Protection of Investment, The Public Interest and State Water Policy
Opinion File 75-3
Opinion File 68-3
Nonfederal Development and Operation
Opinion File 74-47 thru 74-49
Opinion File 65-12 thru 65-20
Opinion File 73-34 thru 73-45
Economic Factors in the Study of Water Use by Nathaniel Wollman
Opinion File 70-45
Proposed Surface Water Law for Michigan - Annex to Paper by Haar and Gordon
Opinion File 75-12
Opinion File 68-6
Related Land Uses
Opinion File 74-63 thru 74-64
Opinion File - 65-25 thru 65-28
Opinion File 73-70 thru 73-74
Opinion File 76-94 thru 76-96
Opinion File 71-6 thru 71-8
Some Legal Aspects of Water Use in N.C.- The Applicable Laws
Opinion File 75-16
Opinion File 68-12 thru 68-14
From the "Depression" to Date
Opinion File 74-69
Opinion File 65-39 thru 65-41
War Power
Opinion File 73-77 thru 73-78
Opinion File 76-145 thru 76-147
Natural Watercourses
Opinion File 75-29 thru 75-30
Opinion File 69-6 thru 69-7
Judicial Views on Comprehensive Development by the United States
Opinion File 74-78
Opinion File 66-9 thru 66-11
Equitable Apportionment
Opinion File 73-92
Opinion File 76-153 thru 76-169
Opinion File 71-33
Springs
Opinion File 69-13
Restrictions on Use of Water
Opinion File 74-83 thru 74-85
Opinion File 66-14 thru 66-15
Improvement of Navigable Waters
Opinion File 73-111 thru 73-113
Some Problems of Method
Opinion File 76-177 thru 76-178
Opinion File 72-5 thru 72-7
Opinion File 75-46
Opinion File 69-16 thru 69-18
Other Considerations Related to Project Operation and Development
Opinion File 66-22 thru 66-24
Funds
Opinion File 73-120 thru 73-123
Standard Format for Research Memoranda for Opinions File
Opinion File 76-183 thru 76-184
Opinion File 72-11
Legal Remedies
Opinion File 75-50 thru 75-51
Summaries of the Water-Law Doctrines of the Seventeen Western States
Opinion File 67-10 thru 67-12
Opinion File 73-129 thru 73-130
SWF Indexes - Florida Session
Opinion File 76-187 (6 pgs)
Opinion File 72-20 thru 72-22
Opinion File 89-036
Opinion File 84-68
Opinion File 79-38 thru 79-47
Opinion File 88-008
Opinion File 83-54 thru 83-59
Opinion File 77-153 thru 77-154
Opinion File 81-79
Opinion File 85-7
Opinion File 90-002
Opinion File 84-72
Opinion File 79-55 thru 79-57
Opinion File 88-012
Opinion File 83-72 thru 83-75
Opinion File 86-9
Opinion File 82-13 thru 82-14
Opinion File 85-10
Opinion File 90-007
Opinion File 84-75
Opinon File 79-74 thru 79-79
Opinion File 89-002
Opinion File 83-92 thru 83-94
Opinion File 78-3 thru 78-4
Opinion File 86-13
Opinion File 92-006
Opinion File 85-14
Opinion File 90-010
Opinion File 84-79
Opinion File 79-101 thru 79-102
Opinion File 89-005
Opinion File 83-111 thru 83-124
Opinion File 78-11
Opinion File 82-42 thru 82-43
Opiniion File 92-010
Opinion File 80-98 thru 80-100
Opinion File 90-014
Opinion File 84-83
Opinion File 79-126 thru 79-167
Opinion File 89-009
Opinion File 83-133 thru 83-139
Opinion File 78-26 thru 78-31
Opinion File 82-61 thru 82-63
Map of Est. Allowable Surficial Aquifer Drawdown At Cross Bar and Cypress Creek Wellfields
Opinion File 85-21
Opinion File 80-131 thru 80-133
Opinion File 84-86
Opinion File 79-175 thru 79-176
Opinion File 89-013
Opinion File 83-150 thru 83-164
Opinion File 78-46
Opinion File 82-76 thru 82-83
Opinion File 85-25
Opinion File 91-001
Opinion File 84-90
Opinion File 79-180 (5 pgs)
Opinion File 89-016
Opinion File 84-8 thru 84-9
Opinion File 78-73 thru 78-74
Opinion File 86-017
Opinion File 83-1 thru 83-6
Opinion File 85-28
Opinion File 80-164 thru 80-166
Opinion File 91-005
Opinion File 80-1 thru 80-4
Opinion File 89-020
Opinion File 84-34 thru 84-35
Opinion File 78-79 thru 78-84
Opinion File 87-003
Opinion File 83-17
Opinion File 77-100 thru 77-106
Opinion File 85-32
Opinion File 80-172 thru 80-190
Opinion File 91-008
Opinion File 84-97
Opinion File 80-15 thru 80-29
Opinion File 78-95 thru 78-96
Opinion File 87-007
Opinion File 83-25
Opinion File 77-122 thru 77-124
Opinion File 85-36
Opinion File 80-175 (4 pgs)
Opinion File 91-013
Opinion File 84-101
Opinion File 89-027
Opinion File 79-4 thru 79-6
Opinion File 87-010
Opinion File 83-36 thru 83-38
Opinion File 77-135 thru 77-136
Opinion File 85-41 thru 85-46
Opinion File 81-30 thru 81-34
Opinion File 92-001
Opinion File 84-104
Opinion File 80-57 thru 80-65
Opinion File 89-031
Opinion File 79-22 thru 79-25
Opinion File 88-004
Opinion File 83-43 thru 83-45
Opinion File 77-142
Opinion File 86-1
Opinon File 81-49 thru 81-52
Opinion File 85-2
Opinion File 80-79 thru 80-80
Opinion File 89-035
Opinion File 84-61 thru 84-67
Opinon File 79-36 thru 79-37
Opinion File 83-51 thru 83-53
Opinion File 77-150 thru 77-152
Opinion File 86-5
Opinion File 81-73 thru 81-78
Opinion File 85-6
Opinion File 90-001
Opinion File 84-71
Opinion File 88-011
Opinion File 83-70 thru 83-71
Opinion File 77-159 (4 pgs)
Opinion File 86-8
Opinion File 82-11 thru 82-12
Opinion File 85-9
Opinion File 90-006
Opinon File 84-74
Opinion File 79-71 thru 79-73
Opinion File 89-001
Opinion File 78-1 thru 78-2
Opinon File 86-12
Opinion File 82-23 thru 82-26
Opinion File 92-005
Opinion File 85-13
Opinion File 90-009
Opinion File 84-78
Opinion File 79-87 thru 79-100
Opinion File 89-004
Opinion File 83-107 thru 83-110
Opinion File 78-10
Opinion File 82-38 thru 82-41
Opinion File 92-009
Opinion File 85-17
Opinion File 80-94 thru 80-97
Opinion File 90-013
Opinion File 84-82
Opinion File 79-123 thru 79-125
Opinion File 89-008
Opinion File 83-130 thru 83-132
Opinion File 82-49 thru 82-60
Opinion File 77-92 thru 77-99
Opinion File 85-20
Opinion File 80-121 thru 80-130
Opinion File 90-017
Opinion File 84-85
Opinion File 79-173 thru 79-174
Opinion File 89-012
Opinion File 83-148 thru 83-149
Opinion File 78-43 thru 78-45
Opinion File 85-24
Opinion File 80-140 thru 80-146
Opinion File 90-020
Opinion File 84-89
Opinion File 79-179 (6 pgs)
Opinion File 89-015
Opinion File 84-4 thru 84-7
Opinion File 78-67 thru 78-72
Opinion File 86-016
Opinion File 82-89 thru 82-90
Opinion File 80-159-thru 80-163
Opinion File 91-004
Opinion File 84-93
Opinion File 79-182 (4 pgs)
Opinion File 89-019
Opinion File 84-30 thru 84-33
Opinion File 78-78
Opinion File 87-002
Opinion File 83-16
Opinion File 85-31
Opinion File 80-170 thru 80-171
Opinion File 84-96
Opinion File 80-12 thru 80-14
Opinion File 89-023
Opinion File 78-94
Opinion File 87-006
Opinion File 83-23 thru 83-24
Opinion File 77-120 thru 77-121
Opinion File 85-35
Opinion File 91-012
Opinion File 84-100
Opinion File 80-42
Opinion File 89-026
Opinion File 79-4 thru 79-6
Opinion File 87-009
Opinion File 83-31 thru 83-35
Opinion File 77-133 thru 77-134
Opinion File 85-38 thru 85-40
Opinion File 81-4 thru 81-29
Opinion File 91-016
Opinion File 80-56
Opinion File 89-030
Opinion File 79-16 thru 79-21
Opinion File 88-003
Opinion File 83-41 thru 83-42
Opinion File 77-139 thru 77-141
Opinion File 85-54
Opinion File 81-41 thru 81-48
Opinion File 85-1
Opinion File 80-77 thru 80-78
Opinion File 84-59 thru 84-60
Opinion File 79-35
Opinion File 88-007
Opinion File 83-49 thru 83-50
Opinion File 77-149
Opinion File 86-4
Opinion File 81-62 thru 81-72
Opinion File 85-5
Opinion File 89-038
Opinion File 84-70
Opinion File 79-52 thru 79-54
Opinion File 88-010
Opinion File 83-66 thru 83-69
Opinion File 77-158
Opinion File 86-7
Opinion File 82-5 thru 82-10
Opinion File 85-8
Opinion File 90-005
Opinion File 79-66 thru 79-70
Opinion File 88-013
Opinion File 83-82 thru 83-91
Opinion File 77-161 (8 pgs)
Opinion File 86-11
Opinion File 82-16 thru 82-22
Opinion File 92-004
Opinion File 85-12
Opinion File 90-008
Opinion File 84-77
Opinion File 79-85 thru 79-86
Opinion File 83-100 thru 83-106
Opinion File 78-9
Opinion File 86-015
Opinion File 82-28 thru 82-37
Opinion File 92-008
Opinion File 85-16
Opinion File 80-87 thru 80-93
Opinion File 90-012
Opinion File 84-81
Opinion File 89-007
Opinion File 83-128 thru 83-129
Opinion File 78-24 thru 78-25
Opinion File 82-47 thru 82-48
SWFWMD - 10 Oct. '97 Meeting Re: MFLs
Opinion File 85-19
Opinion File 80-120
Opinion File 90-016
Opinion File 84-84
Opinon File 79-170 thru 79-172
Opinion File 89-011
Opinion File 78-41 thru 78-42
Opinion File 82-74 thru 82-75
Opinion File 85-23
Opiniion File 80-137 thru 80-139
Opinion File 90-019
Opinion File 84-88
Opinion File 79-178
Opinion File 89-014
Opinion File 84-1 thru 84-3
Opinion File 78-62 thru 78-66
Opinion File 82-87 thru 82-88
Opinion File 85-27
Opinion File 80-155 thru 80-158
Opinion File 91-003
Opinion File 84-92
Opinion File 79-181 (15 pgs)
Opinion File 89-018
Opinion File 84-15 thru 84-29
Opinion File 87-001
Opinion File 83-11 thru 83-15
Opinion File 85-30
Opinion File 80-168 thru 80-169
Opinion File 91-007
Opinion File 84-95
Opinion File 80-9 thru 80-11
Opinion File 89-022
Opinion File 78-89 thru 78-93
Opinion File 87-005
Opinion File 77-112 thru 77-119
Opinion File 85-34
Opinion File 80-174 (15 pgs)
Opinion File 91-011
Opinion File 84-99
Opinion File 80-35 thru 80-41
Opinion File 89-025
Opinion File 79-1 thru 79-3
Opinion File 87-008
Opinion File 83-29 thru 83-30
Opinion File 77-129 thru 77-132
Opinion File 81-3
Opinion File 91-015
Opinion File 84-103
Opinion File 80-47 thru 80-55
Opinion File 89-029
Opinion File 79-15
Opinion File 88-002
Opinion File 83-40
Opinion File 85-53
Opinion File 81-37 thru 81-40
Opinion File 84-106
Opinion File 80-76
Opinion File 89-034
Opinion File 84-38 thru 84-58
Opinion File 79-33 thru 79-34
Opinion File 88-006
Opinion File 83-46 thru 83-48
Opinion File 77-144 thru 77-148
Opinion File 86-3
Opinion File 85-4
Opinion File 80-85 thru 80-86
Opinion File 89-037
Opinion File 84-69
Opinion File 79-48 thru 79-51
Opinion File 88-009
Opinion File 83-60 thru 83-65
Opinion File 77-155 thru 77-157
Opinion File 86-6
Opinion File 82-1 thru 82-4
Opinion File 90-003
Opinion File 84-73
Opinion File 79-58 thru 79-65
Opinion File 88-012
Opinion File 83-76 thru 83-81
Opinion File 77-160 (3 pgs)
Opinion File 86-10
Opinion File 82-15
Opinion File 92-003
Opinion File 85-11
Opinion File 84-76
Opinion File 79-80 thru 79-84
Opinion File 89-003
Opinion File 83-95 thru 83-99
Opinion File 78-5 thru 78-8
Opinion File 86-14
Opinion File 82-27
Opinion File 92-007
Opinion File 85-15
Opinion File 90-011
Opiniion File 84-80
Opinion File 79-103 thru 79-122
Opinion File 89-006
Opinion File 78-12 thru 78-23
Opinion File 82-44 thru 82-46
SWFWMD - 27 Oct. '97, Dale Moore's Notes
Opinion File 85-18
Opinion File 80-101 thru 80-119
Opinion File 90-015
Opinion File 79-168 thru 79-169
Opinion File 89-010
Opinion File 83-140 thru 83-147
Opinion File 78-32 thru 78-40
Opinion File 82-64 thru 82-73
Opinion File 85-22
Opinion File 80-134 thru 80-136
Opinion File 90-018
Opinion File 84-87
Opinon File 79-177 (14 pgs)
Opinion File 83-165
Opinion File 78-47 thru 78-61
Opinion File 82-84 thru 82-86
Opinion File 85-26
Opinion File 80-147 thru 80-154
Opinion File 91-002
Opinion File 84-91
Opinion File 89-017
Opinion File 84-10 thru 84-14
Opinion File 78-75 thru 78-77
Opinion File 86-018
Opinion File 83-7 thru 83-10
Opinion File 85-29
Opinion File 80-167
Opinion File 91-006
Opinion File 84-94
Opinion File 80-5 thru 80-8
Opinion File 89-021
Opinion File 78-85 thru 78-88
Opinion File 87-004
Opinion File 83-18 thru 83-22
Opinion File 77-107 thru 77-111
Opinion File 85-33
Opinion File 80-173
Opinion File 91-009
Opinion File 84-98
Opinion File 80-30 thru 80-34
Opinion File 89-024
Opinion File 78-97
Opinion File 83-26 thru 83-28
Opinion File 77-125 thru 77-128
Opinion File 85-37
Opinion File 81-1 thru 81-2
Opinion File 91-014
Opinion File 84-102
Opinion File 80-43 thru 80-46
Opinion File 89-028
Opinion File 88-001
Opinion File 83-39
Opinion File 77-137 thru 77-138
Opinion File 85-47 thru 85-52
Opinion File 81-35 thru 81-36
Opinion File 92-002
Opinion File 84-105
Opinion File 80-66 thru 80-75
Opinion File 89-033
Opinion File 84-36 thru 84-37
Opinion File 79-26 thru 79-32
Opinion File 88-005
Opinion File 77-143
Opinion File 86-2
Opinion File 81-53 thru 81-61
Opinion File 85-3
Opinion File 80-81 thru 80-84
Water Management Districts - Water Resources - Authority to Consider and Protect Against Degradation of Water Quality Through Permitting Processes
Policy Guides Workshop Draft - Abstract
Developments of Regional Impact - Guidebook for Preparation of the Application for Development Approval
Analysis of DNR Surface Mining and Reclamation Act (5th Draft)
Tampa Bay Water Partnership Plan (the "Plan") dated Oct 3, 1997
Amended and Restated Interlocal Agreement Reorganizing the WCRWSA 3/16/98
Letter From Sam L Rawls Re: Proposed Hydrologic Projects, 1979 Prepared for Hardee County Board of County Commissioners
Letter Re: Draft Consolidated Public Water Supply System Permit, Dated Dec 24, 1997
Phillips Petroleum Company Process Water Balance Dated March 10, 1978
Handwritten Notes on 1204
Letter in Response to Mr. Talley's Questions about the 40D-8 and 40D-80 Rules, Etc.
Seawater Desalination Water Supply Project of The Master Water Plan
Handwritten Notes on Water Use 1970
Memo of Dec 29, 1997 re: Northern Tampa Bay Issues Meeting
Process Water Balance Chart
"Lawmakers Wrestle with Growth Cost"
Letter Re: Partnership Agreement Meetings
Uniform Rules of Procedure
Letter to Mr. Frome of Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council Re; Water Use for Six Counties
An Alternative Approach to Water Resource Recovery and Minimum Flow and Level Implementation in the Northern Tampa Bay Area
Locations of Deep Water Wells Within and Near The Swift Chemical Company Dry Prairie Mine Site - December 1975
Rep. Charles R. "Chuck" Smith's "Issues on Water Transfer and Use" Referred to in Memo to Members of The Task Force on Water Issues Dated April 28, 1983 From William Sadowski
New Water Plan and Funding Agreement Flow Schematic Handout
EPC Interlocal Agreement (EPC Interlocal Draft 4 Implementing Comments of de la Parte dated 3/29/88)
Draft Press Release re: How to Meet The Communities' Needs for Adequate Amounts of Water
Exhibit 2 - SWFWMD Annual Funding
Interbasin Transfers - The Florida Experience by Jacob D. Varn
More Newspaper Articles Relating to the Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues by W'm Sadowski Dated April 28, 1983
Technical Amendments to Governance Documents Dated March 30, 1998
Memo: Notes of Jake Varn's Points in Presentation to the Clearwater Springtime Kiwanis Club
Exhibit 5 - List of Water Facilities
Memo to Jim Lewis re: Fla Bar Program on Environmental Law
Legislative Policy Issue Monograph: Hazardous Waste Issues in Florida Referred in the Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues by W'm Sadowski Dated April 28, 1983
Partnership Agreement
Memo on Information Request of the City of Tampa's Water Use Permit
Non-Exclusive Temporary Easement Agreement
Exhibit B - Final Order
Letter from the Florida House of Representatives re: the Future Activities of the House Select Committtee Water Management
Estimated Allowable Surficial Aquifer Drawdown via NTB Model at Cross Bar and Cypress Creek Wellfields
Press Release of March 29, 1983 re: Water Quality and Quantity in Florida
Issues of Partnership Agreement and Consolidated Permit
Resource Management Task Force Final Report to Governor Bob Graham
Northern Tampa Bay Agreement Between WCRWSA And SWFWMD
Handwritten Notes
"DER Adopts Rule Changes" from The Florida Specifier, July 1981
Cosme-Odessa Area With Less Than 3 ft. Lowering of Lakes in Area
House Bill 660 of the Fla House of Representatives 1983
Memo Re: Partnership Agreement Meeting Dated April 6, 1998
Outline of Consolidated Permit Pursuant to Partnership Agreement
Water Management Issues and Local Government to be presented to Water Task Force
MFL Lakes
State Land Development Plan, PCB 83-6
Memo on Partnership Agreement-Outstanding Items for Discussion in Advance of Feb 11, 1998 Work Group Meeting at West Coast
Amendment to HB 470
Rulings On Exceptions To Recommended Order Filed By WCRWSA
Exhibit 3 - New Water Sources Funding Agreement Between the SWFWMD and the West Coast Regiional Water Supply Authority
Water Resources of the Area Targeted for Protection via MFLs
"Attack Toxic Waste"
Memo Of Notice of Meeting of the Task Force on Water Issues and Handwritten Notes
Memo on Sept. Meeting Date of the Task Force on Water Issues - Letter describing the Activities the Task Force Plans to Commence to Fully Meet It's Charge
Northern Tampa Bay Agreement Between WCRWSA And SWFWMD OF 10/14/97
CS/CS/HB 1129, First Engrossed
SWFWMD Rule Chapter Title: Consumptive Use of Water
Bill Entitled "Eminent Domain - HB 199
Desalting Water in Florida by Glenn M Dykes
Letter Of Initial Draft of Partnership Plan Agreement From E D "Sonny" Vergara
Master Water Plan Projects Status Report
WTVT Editorial re: Pinellas Well Regulation
Chapter 40D-4, F.A.C.
Bill Entitled "An Act Relating to Water Resources, Amending s.373.019(15)
PBS&J'S R.O. Plant Experience
Letter of Cooperative Funding Request for Conservation Projects dated 9/30/97
Governance: Amended and Restated Interlocal Agreement, Master Water Supply Contract, Transfer Agreements
ENFO Publication - The Coastal Zone Management Dilemma: Special Interests VS. Public Interest
Letter Re: Draft Consolidated Public Water Supply System Permit From the Office of the County Attorney, Dated Jan 2, 1998
House of Representatives Committee on Community Affairs Staff Analysis and Economic Impact Statement
House of Representatives Committee on Community Affairs Staff Analysis and Economic Impact Statement - Bill PCB 17
Letter Subject: Modifications to Proposed Minimum Flows and Levels Rule, Chapter 40D-8
Seawater Desalination - Proposal Evaluation and Ranking
Memorandum of Jan. 22, 1979 Re: Water Crop From BA Boatwright, Director of Regulatory Division
Conditions For a Consumptive-Use Permit - General Conditions (16J2.11)
Bill Entitled "An Act Relating to Water Resources"
Letter Re: Request for Peer Review of Minimum Flows and Levels
Tampa/Hillsborough Interconnect Project /Tampa Bypass Canal and Hillsborough River High Water Project
Gen. Background on SWFWMD
Seawater Desalination Proposals Show Promise
Letter to Mike Zellars Dated Sept 27, 1977, Re: Consumptive Use Permit Application No. 27703739 Swift Agricultural Chemicals, Manatee Mine
Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues From William Sadowski Dated April 28, 1983
Handwritten Notes of SWFWMD P/S Agreement
WCRWSA Meeting of 30 March 1998
Memo Re: State Integrated Policy Framework
Exhibit 1 - Funding
Transbasin Diversion of Water
Summary of March 10, 1998 Meeting
Technical Amendments to Governance Documents Dated March 30, 1998
Graft Concerning Water
Exhibit 4 - Well Field Ownership, Acreage and Valuations
Handwritten Notes on Water Policy, Etc., Chap 17-40 F.A.C. of March, July
Chapter 17-40 - Rules of the Dept of Environmental Regulation's Water Policy Referred to in Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues of W'm Sadowski Dated April 28, 1983
Mandatory Purchase by Authority of New Water Supply Source
Master Water Supply Contract among West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority and Hillsborough County, FL and City of New Port Richey, FL and Pasco County, FL and Pinellas County, FL and City of St. Petersburg, FL and City of Tampa, FL
SWFWMD Hillsborough River Basin Tampa Bypass Canal
Exhibit 8 - Stipulation and Settlement Agreement
"Water Shortages-Wave of Tomorrow?" Newspaper Clipping from the Miami Herald July 5, 1981
Water Resources of the Area Targeted for Protection via MFLs
Memo From William Sadowski to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues Dated May 2, 1983
Maxwell Letter Notes
Non-Exclusive License Between SWFWMD and WCRWSA Dated March 31, 1987
Letter - Summary of Bureau of Water Resources Management Interaction with SWFWMD
Memo Re: SWFWMD-WCRWSA Partnership Agreement Letter of October 6, 1997
20 Year Recovery Plan - 11 Wellfields in Northern Tampa Bay
Suggestions for Talks to Jake Varn on Water Issues to the Fla. Bar, and Emerging Water Issues
North Pasco Wellfield Area
Discussion Paper on Water Ressources Management Policy
SWFWMD Individual Water Use Permit for Cosme-Odessa Wellfield - Dec. 1997
Memo on Consolidated Public Water Supply System Permit
Memo to Water Task Force Members
South Pasco and Section 21 Area With Less Than 3 ft. Lowering of Lakes In Area
Select Committee on Growth Management, PCB 83-6, State Land Development Plan
Operations Plan
WCRWSA vs. SWFWMD - Final Order
Northern Tampa Bay Agreement Between W. Coast Reg. Water Supply Authority, Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas Counties, Cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg, New Port Richey and SWFWMD dated 1/02/98
Memo Re: HB 47-B and Summary - Newspaper Articles
Current Conditions
Governor, Chief Planning Officer of State, Chapter 23
Task Force on Water Issues, April 19,1983, Senate Chamber
Memo Re: Motions Adopted by the Speaker's Task Force
Letter to Jerry Maxwell Re: Partnership Agreetment
Northern Tampa Bay Agreement Between West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority, Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas Counties, Cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg and New Port Richey and SWFWMD OF 12/03/97 CORRECTIONS
Memo of Meeting Notice for May 20, 1983 for the Task Force on Water Issues Members
SWFWMD Rule Chapter Title: Water Levels and Rates of Flow
Bill Entitled " An Act Relating to Water and Sewer Systems" HB 122
Planning and Development Activity Report of March 2, 1998
Letter From Garald Parker to Richard Pope Re: Recharge of the Florida Aquifer
SWFWMD Electronic Access - ERP Application Forms
Bill Entitled "An Act Relating to Water Management" HB 325
Weekly Pumpage and Use Report - Week ending April 10, 1983
WCRWSA Board of Directors Agenda of Oct 20, 1997
Special Counsel to Assist in Desalination Project Negotiations
Part D - Project Design Aids
Bill Entitled " Hazardous Waste" HB 1983 - By Committee on Community Affairs
Handwritten notes and T/C notes
"Water Management; The Future of Florida Legal Implications" By James S. Wershow
Letter of Dec. 24, 1997 - Review of Don Conn's Comments on the Consolidated Permit
Water Requirements Based on Process Flow Sheets, Dated 10/31/75
Interim Report of the Environmental Land Management Study Committee - March 1983
Letter: SWFWMD Action - Minimum Flows and Levels
Minimum Flows and Levels and Recovery Strategy Rule Revisions
SWFWMD's Role in Regional Water Supply
Master Permit Outline of Special Conditions Draft - Attorney Work Product - 12/18/97
Final Draft of the SWFWMD Responses of the Swift Agricultural Chemicals Corporation
"Legislative Hotline", A Publication of the Florida Chamber of Commerce dated May 5, 1983
Memo Re: Governance/Water Agreement of 3/27/98
WCRWSA MWP Schedule Without Arbitration
Memo Re; Strengthening the Regional Capacity for Growth Management
Draft Partnership Agreement With Extensive Notes and Revisions
More Newspaper Articles Relating to Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues Dated April 28, 1983 by W'm Sadowski
Coordination of the Master Water Plan Projects
EPC Interlocal Agreement (letter of March 29, 1998)
Interbasin Transfers of Water in Florida: Common Law and Water Resources Act by Deborah J. Kemp
Proposed Citrus County Zoning Ordinance
More Newspaper Articles Relating to the Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues from W'm Sadowski Dated April 28, 1983
Funding Criteria and Limitations
Board Meeting Draft Of The Amended and Restated Interlocal Agreement
Non-exclusive License Between SWFWMD and WCRWSA Dated August 1st, 1991
Exhibit 7 - Potential Water Supply Sources
Letter to Joan Hegen From Jacob Varn re: Ideas Involving Water and Resulting Notes
Proposed Approach for Setting Levels
Water Management in South Florida: Setting the Record Straight, Referred to in Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues by W'm Sadowski dated April 28, 1983
SWFWMD P/S Agreement Hand Written Notes of March 17, '98
Easement Agreement of the City of Tampa
Non-Exclusive License Agreement and First Amendment Non-Exclusive License Agreement
Handwritten Time Line and Notes
Rule Development Status
Allowable Floridan Aquifer Drawdown with Less Than 3 ft. Drawdown in Surficial Aquifer, Starkey Wellfield
Memo Re: Governance/Water Agreement, Dated March 27, 1998
American Bar Foundation Research Journal, Volume 1978 - The Federal Regulatory Roll in Coastal Land Management
SWFWMD Individual Water Use Permit for Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield - Dec. 1997
Fax Re: Water Supply Planning
Framework for State Water Use Plan
House Bill 999 of the Florida House of Representatives 1983
Draft, Trust Agreement Dated Feb. 9, 1998
Handwritten Notes for a meeting Dated 19 Nov 1997
Memo: Draft Partnership Plan Dated 12/3/97
Local Government Comprehensive Plan Elements Memo
2007 - Recovery Level
Select Committee on Growth Management, PCB 83-8 (Local Government Comprehensive Planning)
Feb 10, 1998 Draft of Northern Tampa Bay Agreement Between WCRWSA, Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas Counties, and Cities of Tampa, St. Pete and New Port Richey and SWFWMD
Florida Water Law: A Synopsis
Memo Re: Notes and Observatons - WCRWSA Meeting of Oct. 16, 1997
Proposed Changes to Subparagraphs 1.D. & E. of the Partnership Agreement
HB 47-B, 2nd Engrossed
Minimum Flows and Levels Draft Rules
"Talks Are Nearly Settled Between Pinellas Co., FL and Dupont For R&D"
Exhibit 6 - Draft - SWFWMD Individual Water Use Permit
National Water Commission's Prescriptions For Ground Water Management
Meeting of Sept. 16, '97 of the SWFWMD MFLs
Bill Entitled "An Act Relating to Water Resources, Amending s.373.223(2) HB 206
WCRWSA Meeting Schedule for Oct 20, 1997
Optimized Regional Operations Plan--Status Report
Memo to L.M. Blain re: Feb. 14, 1979 Meeting Between the Pasco and Pinelllas County Commissions
Part C - Forms, Fees and Other Information
Bill Entitled "An Act Relating to Planning" HB 1263
Advance Scheduled Messages for Water Bills
Members, Governing Board of SWFWMD: Governing Board Protocol
Master Water Supply Contract Among WCRWSA and Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas Counties and the Cities of New Port Richey, St, Petersburg and Tampa
Letter of Discussion of The Green Swamp to Rep. Melby of the Fla House of Representatives
Letter of Jan. 2, 1998 - Consolidated Water Supply Sys. Permit - Review Comments
Figure 4-1 - Project Water Budget
Meeting of the Task Force on Water Issues of May 6, 1983
Brandon Urban Dispersed Wells Project - Status Update and Water Use Permit Application Technical Memorandum
Chart of Departure From Normal Rainfall For Tampa, Fla. Based on US Weather Bureau Records
Master Permit Notes
Water Management Plan
Florida House of Representatives, Committee on Regulatory Reform: Water Task Force Agenda
Letter Re: Partnership Workgroup
Selected Significant Issues Identified in Member Comments
Agreement Concerning Plant City Phosphate Complex Phosphogypsum Stack Expansion / Berry XL Project
Conditions for a Consumptive Use Permit
Newspaper Articles Referred to in Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues Dated April 28, 1983 by W'm Sadowski
Newspaper Article: Commissioners to Hold Workshops, Public Hearing On New Water Authority - Tampa Tribune
Report of The Task Force on Water - Draft
Exhibit 3 - New Water Sources Funding Agreement Between The Southwest Florida Water Management Dist and The West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
SWFWMD - Laws, Rules and Regulations
More Newspaper Articles Relating to the Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues by W'm Sadowski Dated April 28, 1983
Master Water Plan Projects Status Report of March 1998
Equity Model Scenario
Interbasin Transfer by Milton Heath, Jr. and William Walker
Exhibit 6 - Draft Southwest Florida Water Management District Individual Water Use Permit
1981 Legislation Handwritten Notes
Northern Tampa Bay Area with Average Potentiometric Surface Map
Environmental and Land Use Law Referred to in Memo to Members of the Task Force on Water Issues by W'm Sadowski dated Aprl 28, 1983
Partnership Agreement Meeting for April 9, 1998
Letter of Aug. 29, 1997 re: Agreements with the City of Tampa
Non-Exclusive Easement - City of Tampa
Northern Tampa Bay New Water Supply and Ground Water Withdrawal Reduction Agreement
Estimated Allowable Surficial Aquifer Drawdown per NTB Model at Eldridge-Wilde Wellfield
Letter to W'm Sadowski Re: Amending Chapter 373, F.S.
Board Draft of the Rules of The SWFWMD Chapter 40D-2, Consumptive Use of Water, March 12, 1998
State of Fla., Executive Office of the Governor, Office of Planning and Budgeting Program Evaluation Office
Application for Renewal of Order Authorizing Water Use Nov. 1997
Department of Natural Resources - Water Management in Florida (dated Nov 2, 1973)
Cypress Bridge & Morris Bridge Wellfield Area
House Bill 964 of the Florida House of Representatives 1983
Northern Tampa Bay Agreement Between WCRWSA, Hillsborough, Pasco, Pinellas Counties and Cities of St. Pete, New Port Richey and SWFWMD (Draft Dated Jan. 22, 1998)
Recommendations for Development Activities in Florida's Coastal Zone
SWFWMD Individual Water Use Pemit for Cosme-Odessa Wellfield - Jan. 1998
Northern Tampa Bay Agreement Between West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority, Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas Counties, City of Tampa, St. Petersburg, New Port Richey and Southwest Fla Water Mgmnt. Dist.
Appendices: Newspaper Articles Relating to Water Contamination, Letters, Members of the Task Force on Water Issues, Speaker H. Lee Moffitt's Charge, Summary of Meetings, Responses to Questions
Minimal Impacts On-Site
Select Committee on Growth Management, PCB 83-7 (Regional Planning Agency)
Trust Agreement Draft of 2/13/98
Memo Re: Updated Mailing List of September 1, 1983
Notes On Transmittal Meeting dated 16 Oct '97
Northern Tampa Bay Agreement Between West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority, Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas Counties, Cities of Tampa, St. Petersburg and New Port Richey and SWFWMD Dated 12/31/97
Summary of the Conference Committee Amendments to HB 47-B, "The Water Quality Assurance Act of 1983"
Florida Administrative Weekly Sept. 19, 1997 - Section II - Proposed Rules
Fla House of Representatives - 1983 HB 55 - "Potable Water Conservation and Land Recharge Act"
Briefing Paper Re: Ethylene Dibromide Prepared by the Committee on Community Affairs
Peter M. Gottschalk and Gilliam M. Clarke: Complaint Of Cypress Creek and Cross Bar Ranch Wellfields
Exhibit 1 SWFWMD Proposed Funding For WCRWSA MWP Projects Totaling At Least 85 MGD
Committee on Community Affairs House of Representatives, Staff Analysis - Local Legislation
Bill Entitled "An Act Relating to Water Resouces" HB 200
A Statement Regarding an Overview of Reverse Osmosis in Florida
Letter from Jerry Maxwell to Comm Steven Seibert dated 10/17/97
Resource Evaluation & Protection--Activity Report for February 1998
Environmental and Land Use Law - Drought in Florida: Nature's Response to "Comprehensive" Planning
Part B - Basis of Review
Bill Entitled "An Act Relating to Brevard County" CS/HB 987
St. Petersburg Record of Water Use
Environmental Regulation Course Materials
Outline for the One Day Seminar on Water Law and Policy Seminar in Tampa, Florida
"The Water In Your Life", The Fascinating Story of the Most Important Substance on the Face of the Earth
Growth Management Short Course - March 13-15, 1991
Water Quality Control: A Modern Approach to State Regulation, Frank E. Maloney and Richard C. Ausness
Letters to People Envolved in the Growth Management Short Course
American Bar Foundation Research Journal, Vollume 1978 Spring, No. 2 - Coastal Land Management: An Introduction
Select Committee on Growth Management , Staff Analysis, April 12, 1983 (HB 1099) (PCB 83-2), Relating to Coastal Construction Control Lines
Letter Re: Environmental Permitting Short Course
River Basin in History and Law
House Select Committee on Growth Management PCB 83-6 (State Land Development Plan)
Groundwater Discharge Permittting in Florida, Changes and/or Additions Are Reflected in Bold Print
Course Descriptions
Outline-Basis of Review for Public Water Systems Water Use Applications - Draft
Letter, Course Schedule, List of Speakers, Information Covered and Fact Sheet
Local Comprehensive Planning and Development Regulations OUTLINE
Development of Regional Impact Executive Summary - Phosphate Mining and Chemical Fertilizer Complex, Hardee County, Florida
Memo re: Update of McCormick v City of Jacksonville by Jake Varn
Change, Challenge and Response, Meeting Florida's Future - Pamphlet of Events
Florida Coastal Management Program - Legislative Draft
Florida's Water Wars Course, 1991 - Growth Management Summer School
Growth Management: Beyond Land and Water Use Issues
Select Committee on Growth Management PCB 83-6A, State Land Development Plan (5/6/83)
Florida's Water Wars - July, 1991
Group B - Urban Policy: Urban Areas
Members of the Task Force on Water Issues
Needs and Sources, Executive Summary
Water Task Force Report Meeting Materials for March 28, 1983
Letter to Solid and Hazardous Waste and Growth Management Speakers, Class Schedule, Show Exhibitors, Activities and Registrants
Handwritten Notes on: Floodplains, Recharge, Water Consumption, Wetlands
District, Subdistrict & Branch Offices of the State of Florida Department of Environmental Regulation Map, dated March 25, 1980
Solid and Hazardous Waste Management and Growth Management Short Course INSTRUCTORS
Letter Regarding One Day Seminar
Environmental Law Section and The Local Government Law Section Of The Florida Bar Present: Updating the Land Use Game in Florida
Handwritten Notes re: One Day Seminar
Select Committee on Growth Management, Staff Analysis of April 26, 1983, Bill PCB 83-4
1991 Growth Management Short Course Faculty
American Bar Foundation Research Journal, Volume 1978 Fall, No. 4 - Coastal Land Management in California
Select Committee on Growth Management , Staff Analysis, April 26, 1983, HB 1204 (PCB 83-1 Relating to Growth Management Goals)
Memo Re: The Florida Chamber's Environmental Permitting Short Course (Hypothetical Residential Development)
Flood Plain Management Inproves Man's Environment, Presented at the Feb.1963 ASCE Environmental Engrg. Conf. at Atlanta, Ga.
House Select Committee On Growth Management PCB 83-5, (Coastal Barrier Protection)
Groundwater Discharge Permitting in Florida
1985 Environmental Permitting Short Course With a List of All Registrants, Tentative Course Schedule and an Evaluation Form
Agricultural Water Use, Agricultural Surface Water Management, Right-of-Way Occupancy of District Works
State of Florida Dept. of Environmental Regulation, Complainant vs. Respondent
Local Comprehensive Planning and Development Regulations
Water Resources Management Study of the Four River Basins Water Resources Management, Jacksonville District, Corps of Engineers
LULU SITING
Chapter 378 Florida Statutes, 1967 - Flood Control
Rookery Bay: Ecological Constraints on Coastal Development
Environmental Permitting Short Course Class Schedule
Information Supporting The Growth Management Conference
SB 980 - A Bill Relating to Fixed Capital Outlay
Newsletter of Environmental Permitting and Growth Management Summer School
Group A - Urban Policy: Infrastructure
Water Task Force, March 28, 1983, Handwritten Notes
Group E - Resource Management: Water Resources
Report on Reverse Osmosis Prepared by Subcommittee on Oversight, Committee on Natural Resources, Fla. House of Representatives
Desalination Plants, Water Desalting Process Information
Role of the Regiional Water Supply Authority
Summaries Of The Growth Management Conference
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Organization
Solid and Hazardous Waste and Growth Management Course Copy
Profiles
Wetlands and Water Law Conference For Engineers, Surveyors and Attorneys - Transcript of Proceedings, Dated April 14-15, 1977, Kissimmee, Florida
HB 1204 Fla House of Rep. - 1983
An Analysis of the Florida Water Resources Act of 1972, Chapter 72-299, Laws of Florida
House Bill 1099, Relating to Beach and Shore Preservation
Concurrency Management Systems
Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, 1967 - Division of Geology, Topographic Mapping, Artesian Wells, Water Resources Law, Weather Modification
PCB 83-4, Minimum Requirements For Comprehensive Plans (Bill)
Hypothetical Residential Development
Journal of the Hydraulics Division, Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers: Guide for the Development of Flood Plain Regulations
PCB 83-5 Coastal Barrier Protection Bill (5/3/83)
1990 Environmental Permitting Short Course Faculty
Example of Recommended Outline Fromat
House of Representatives Committee on Community Affairs, Staff Analysis and Economic Impact Statement
State of Fla Dept. of Environmental Regulatiion - Herbert H and Anna M Huelsman vs WAC of Okaloosa County, Inc. d/b/a Waste Assoc. Co.
Memos Referring to the Environmental Permitting Short Course Faculty
Letter to Commissioner Johnson re: Water Supply Study of Sarasota County, Dated Oct 27, 1978
State of Fla Dept. of Environmental Regulation - Case of J T McCormick; The Estate of Benjamin R. McCormick; Stop, Inc; and St Johns County and Larry Wells, Invervenor, vs The City Of Jacksonville and State of Florida, Dept. of Environmental Regulation
Volusia Experience - A Management Perspective
Entrainment of Viruses From Septic Tank Leach Fields Through a Shallow, Sandy Soil Aquifer
1991 Environmental Permitting Short Course Registrants
Letters to Jake Varn re: Info on Saddlebrook Conference
Zoning and Land Use Regulation - Lecture Outlines
State Needs New Approaches for Dealing with Water Crisis
Change, Challenge and Response - Preliminary Program
Task Force on Water Issues, April 19, 1983
Combine Education with Vacation - A Very Serious Short Course in a Resort Environment
Group D - Resource Management: Coastal Areas
Abstract - Natural Resources study of Potential of Reverse Osmosis
F.S. 1981, Water Resources. Ch. 373, Outline and Contents
Growth Management Summer School Speakers
Discussion Tip Sheets
Water Maps of Florida
"The Waste Management Business is Going Places in America" - The Waste Management Show 1990
Handwritten Notes re: Course on Ordinary High Water Line Methodologies
Continuing Legal Education Application For Lecture Credit, CLER Lecture Credit Policies and Course Evaluation
Reprint from AGE OF CHANGING PRIORITIES FOR LAND AND WATER
House of Rep. Commmission on Community Affairs Staff Analysis and Economic Impact Statement - Bill PCB 21
Deciding Who Gets What and From Where - The Water Management Districts' Perspective
Water Resources Bulletin, Reprinted from the Volume 11 - No. 1 - Feb. 1975
House Select Committee on Growth Management PCB 83-4 ( Minimum Requirements for Comprehensive Plans)
Governor's Water Resource Commission Report Summary
Annual Report 1964, Resources for the Future, Inc.
Select Committee on Growth Management, Staff Analysis, April 26, 1983, PCB 83-5 (Relating to Coastal Barrier Protection)
National Environmental Policy Act Overview
Brown v. Ellingson, Cite as, Fla., 224, So.2d 391
Water Management Districts Created by Chapter 373
State of Florida Division of Administrative Hearings - Alliance for Rational Ground Water Rules and ADAM SMITH ENTERPRISES, INC. vs. DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION, etc.
Draft Outline for The Florida Chamber Environmental Permitting Short Course, January, 1991
Humor
Groundwater Discharges by Jacob Varn and Susan Miller
Local Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Citizen Standing and Appeal
Supreme Court Hearing of The Case No. 52,223, The Village of Tequesta v. Jupiter Inlet Corporation, Writ of Certiorari
Solid Waste Facilities From the Dept of Environmental Regulation
1991 Environmental Permitting Short Course Instructors
Handwritten Notes - Fla's Water Wars
Growth Management Conference, October 19-21, 1983 Procedures Manual for Leaders and Recorders
Select Committee on Growth Management PCB 83-6, State Land Development Plan
Speaker's Help Sheet and Class Schedule
Grouup C - Urban Policy: Planning
Village of Tequesta v. Jupiter Inlet Corp. (Cites as Fla. 371 So.2d 663)
Growth Management Course Descriptions - Advanced Discussion Session Concurrency Management
Group F - Government Management
Two-In-One Short Course, Solid & Hazardous Waste Management and Growth Management Brochure
Seminar - Environmental Short Course - Ordinary High Water Line Methodologies
U. S. Army Engineer District, Jacksonville, Offices
Whitten v. Coit - Supreme Court of Colorado En Banc, Sept 9, 1963
Memo on Land And Water Task Force: The Adequacy of Existing Linkages Between Strategic Regional Policy Plans and the Local Government Comprehensive Planning Process
Portrait of a WUCA (Water Use Caution Area)
Retention of the State Land Development Plan
District Courts of Appeal - Real Property-Riparian Rights-Land Owner Whose Land Adjoins Artificial Non-Navigable Lake and Includes a Portion of the Lake Bed Has Right to Reasonable Use of Entire Lake
SJRWMD - ERP Handbook Excerpted from SJRWMD April 12, 1994 Board
Materials for the Growth Management Course Relating to the State Comprehensive Plan, Strategic Regional Policy Plan and Integration of Land Use and Water Planning of March 23, 1994
Recommendations to Improve Boating Safety and Manatee Protection for Florida Waterways - Presented at the Request of the Governor and Cabinet , October 24, 1989
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Members Meeting Notice
Property Rights Study Commission Report/Rights to Comsumptive Use of Ground Water
Environmental Resource Permit - Errata Sheet of August 30, 1994
Strobel v. Kerr Salt Company - Court of Appeals of New York, October 2, 1900
Comments: An Analysis of Authorities: Traditional and Multicounty
Development of Wellhead Protection Areas for the Major Public Supply Wells in Hernando County, Florida
Handwritten Notes dated July 22, '94 Re: Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
State and National Water Use Trends to the Year 2000
Rules of the Southwest Florida Water Management - Surface Water Management for Mining Materials Other than Phosphate
McCarter v. Hudson County Water Co. - Court of Errors and Appeals of New Jersey, Nov. 19, 1906
Tulare Irr. Dist. et al (Wright et al, Interveners), v. Lindsay-Strathmore Irr. Dist. v. Consolidated People's Ditch
1991: An Eventful Year: Florida Aquarium to Feature Water Story Exhibit
Comparison of Exhisting Statutory Language and Recommended Statutory Revisions
Draft 8-29-94 - Page B4-1 - Chapter Four - Water Quantity
Osceola County, A Political Subdivision of the State of Florida , vs. St. Johns River Water Management District, Appeal From the District Court of Appeal, Fifth District-Appendix to Petitioner's Brief on the Merits
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force District Water Management Plan Example: Water Supply Needs and Sources, July, 1994
Section 1 - Executive Summary and Recommendations
Rothrauff v. Sinking Spring Water Co. - Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, June 24, 1940
Central Basin Municipal Water District, a municipal water district, Petitioner, v. Carl Fossette, as Secretary of Central Basin Municipal Water District, Respondent, Azusa Agricultural Water Co., a corporation, et al., Real Parties in Interest
Letter of Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Subcommittee Meetings Of June 20, 1994
Section 4 - Review of Water Resource Studies
Thomas v. Clark - Supreme Court of Vermont, Oct. 7, 1975
Tampa Waterworks Co. v. Cline
Memo re: Draft Recommendations dated 7/11/94 From David M. Orshefsky, Chair, State Issues Sub-committee
1992 Annual Report
Dept. of Environmental Protection - Generic Permits - Proposed Rules
City of Fond Du Lac v. Town of Empire - Supreme Court of Wisconsin, June 22, 1956, Rehearing Denied Sept. 11, 1956
C. E. Koch, Appellant v. R. H. Wick, Chairman, and C. J. Wood, Clyde J. Keys, C. R. Fischer and S. S. Parry, Members of the Board of County Commissioners of Pinellas County, Florida, also Pinellas County, Appellees
ELMS Bill Passes '93 Legislature, Kicks off New Era in Growth Management
Draft Final Report of the Governor's Land Use and Water Planning Task Force - November 22, 1994
State of Florida, Div. of Administrative Hearings Joint Hearings for: Manatee Co. & Sarasota Co., FL vs. State of Fla, DER & Estech Gen Chem. Corp., Estech Gen Chem. Corp. vs. State of Fl. DER & Manatee Co., Fl., Manatee, Co., Fl. & Sarasota, Co., Fl. and Manasota-88, Inc. vs. State of Fl., DER and Estech Gen. Chem. Corp., etc.
Index for Final Order of Jacksonville Landfill
Robert Florio and Fran Florio, d/b/a Ralston Beach; H. "Stew" McDonald, d/b/a/ Stew's Ski School, and Tampa Ski-Bees, an unincorporated association, Appellants, v. State of Florida ex rel. A. L. Epperson et al., Appellees
Public Workshop Draft - Recommendations of the Governor's Task Force on Land Use and Water Planning, October of 1994
Water Resources, Chap. 373, Water Resources - State Water Resource Plan, Permitting of Consumptive Uses of Water, Regulation of Wells, Management and Storage of Surface Waters, Finance and Taxation and Miscellaneous Provisions
Lecture Outlines plus Lecture Program and Speaker Evaluation Form: Issues for the 1990's: Infrastructure, Economics and Concurrency - June 15, 1989 Orlando
Acton v. Blundell
Bill Ockunzzi's Comments on Recommendations of the Governor's Task Force on Land Use and Water Planning
Regulations Governing the Consumptive Use of Water
Final NPDES General Permits for Storm Water Discharges Associated With Industrial Activity; Notice Sept 9, 1992
Farmers Investment Company v. Bettwy
House Member Amendment Bill No CS/CS/SB 1346
Growth Management Act of 1985: A Bitter Pill, But Better Than "Growth Management Anarchy"
Waters and Water Rights - Quality Control
Fed. Register / Vol 57, No 108 / Thursday, June 4, 1992 / Notices - Committeee for the Implementation of Textile Agreements
Canada v. City of Shawnee - Supreme Court of Oklahoma, 1936
Developer's Role In 208
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force - State Issues Sub-Committee Recommendations Dated August 26, 1994
St. Johns River Water Management District - Proposed Rules
State v. Knapp - Supreme Court of Kansas, June 11, 1949
Chamber of Commerce Growth Management Short Course Materials (March 23, 1994)
Graham Announces Standards for State Water Policy
17-40.410 Water Supply Protection and Management
Administrative Orders - Division of Administrative Hearings - Rule-Validity-Dept. of Gerneral Services-Bidder Certification Requirement Constitute Unpromulgated Rule
St. Johns River Water Management District - Proposed Rules
Schenk v. City of Ann Arbor - Supreme Court of Michigan, May 31, 1917
California Water Law in Perspective by Gavin M. Craig, Chief Counsel, State Water Resources Control Board
Boating Industry Coalition Report on Florida Boating Safety and Manatee Protection
Proposal For Consistency Among Land & Water Planning Documents
Handwritten Notes From Cases on Water Rights
Raymond H. Baeth and Ann C. Baeth v. Milo W. Hoisveen - Supreme Court of North Dakota, March 28, 1968
California Water Service Company vs. Edward Sidebotham & Son, Incorporated
Water Management Lands Trust Fund - Save Our Rivers - Five Year Plan Information Booklet 1986
Proposed Recommendations from the Regional and State Issues Subcommittees
Draft 8-29-94 - Page B3-1 - Chapter Three - Environmental
City of Los Angeles, a municipal corporation, Plaintiff and Appellant, v. City of San Fernando, et al., Defendants and Respondents Civ 33708
Osceola County, a political subdivision of the State of Fla. vs. St. Johns River Water Management District In The Supreme Court of Florida, Appeal From the District Court of Appeal, Fifth District- Petitioner's Brief on the Merits
Draft of a Fact Sheet for the Land and Water Subcommittee Meeting of 6/10
List of Tables
California Oregon Power Co. v. Beaver Portland Cement Co. et al. No. 612 - Argued April 5, 8, 1935. Decided April 29, 1935
Friends of Mammoth et al., Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. Board of Supervisors of Mono County et al., Defendants and Respontents
St Johns River Water Management District, District Water Management Plan, Preliminary Goals, Issues and Policies
Section 3 - Planning & Utility System Analysis
Pounds, Chief of Police, v. Darling
Summary of the Land Use And Water Planning Task Force, May 13, 1994 Meeting
Protecting Florida's Waters - 1981-1992
Memorandum of Agreement
Menne v. City of Fond Du Lac - Supreme Court of Wisconsin, June 22, 1956
Legislative Declaration; Public Policy (Environmental Control)
Cups and Comp Plans - A Presentation to the Land Use and Water Planning Task Force - April 29, 1994
Water, A Precious Commodity
Avoyelles Sportsmen's League v. Alexander - US District Court Western District of Louisiana, Alexandria Division
Water Quality Standards
Walter L. Brown, on behalf of himself and all others similarly situated, Appellant, v. Oren A. Ellingson, William E. Cobb, the Citrus Grove Development Company, a Fla. corporation, W. J. Mann, J. J. Frekehayes, and Richard F. Dopler, individually and as representatives of a class to which they belong, Appellees
New Water Source Strategies Outlined; Criteria Now in Place to Select Projects for Funding
Water Resources and Facilities Report
State of Fl., DER vs. Falls Chase Special Taxing District, Elba, Inc, and Sunshine Development, Inc.
Handwritten Notes on More Cases
New Process: Plan Amentments
Jake Varn's Comments on the Recommendations of the Governor's Task Force on Land Use and Water Planning
Water Policy, Chapter 17-40
Final NPDES General Permits for Storm Water Discharges Associated With Industrial Activity; Notice Friday, Sept. 25, 1992
Jarvis v. State Land Department, City of Tucson
Tell Your Lawmakers: Growth Management Works for Florida!
Preliminary Draft Report containing Subcommittee Recommendations for Consideration by the Task Force
Atlantic International Investment Corporation vs. Department of Business Regulation, a Dept. of the State of Florida, et al. and Gordon J. Pfersich, etc., et al.
Federal Register / Vol 54, No 135 / Monday, July 17, 1989 / Notices - Final NPDES General Permit for Petroleum Fuel Contaminated Ground/Storm Waters in the State of Florida
Environmental Defense Fund, Inc. v. East Bay Mun. U. Dist. - Court of Appeal, First Dist. Div. 1, Nov. 7, 1975
Subcommittee Assignments of Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Members (Letter Dated March 24, 1994)
Summary of the Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Meeting of July 22, 1994
Administrative Orders - Dept. of Environmental Regulation-Water Ski Slalom Course-Construction Permit-Approval-No Violation of water Quality Standards-Intervenor's Remedy May Lie With DNR or in Judicial Forum.
Water Management Districts - ERPs Folder Contents
Olson v. City of Wahoo - Supreme Court of Nebraska, May 5, 1933
Evaluation and Appraisal of the Regional Plan for South Florida - South Florida Regional Planning Council - July 1993
Water Use Planning in Florida - Water Element of the State Comprehensive Plan (revised as of October 20, 1977)
Task Force Draft Recommendations of David Powell
Judicial Opinions - Administrative law-Appeals-Denial of Application for Permit by Water Management District-Bifurcated Appeal Procedures-Review of Administrative Action by District Court of Appeal Not Prerequisite to Raising of Inverse Condemnation Issue
Suwannee River Water Management District Environmental Resources Permit Applicant's Handbook-Criteria for Evaluation
Baumann v. SMRHA - United States District Court, D. Kansas, April 30, 1956
Governor's Quarterly Status Report for Period October 1, 1990 Through December 31, 1990
Notes on Water Rights From "Waters and Water Rights"
Rules of the Southwest Florida Water Management District - Standard General Environmental Resource Permits
Westphal et al. v. City of New York - Court of Appeals of New York, Jan. 5, 1904
Florida Water Well Association - Handwritten notes, Letters of Concern
1986 Annual Report of The Southwest Florida Water Management District
Dec. 6, 1993: Amendments to Chapter 17-4C as Adopted by the Environmental Regulation Commission on Dec.1, 1993
Draft 8-29-94 Page B2-1 - Chapter Two - Administrative Criteria
Yeo v. Tweedy - Supreme Court of New Mexico, April 12, 1929
City of Pasadena v. City of Alhambra et al. L. A. 19610
Tracking The Water Shortage
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Notes of July 5, 1994 (map of State Comprehensive Plan)
Withlacoochee Regional Water Supply Master Plan for Water Supply - Summary Table of Contents
Bennett v. City of Salem et al. - Supreme Court of Oregon, in Banc. Argued and Submitted June 19, 1951
La Raza Unida et al., Plaintiffs, v. John A Volpe et al., Defendants
Memo to Members of Regional Issues Subcommittee Re: Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Discussion
Bartley v. Sone - Court of Civil Appeals of Texas, San Antonio, Oct. 30, 1974, Rehearing Denied Feb. 5, 1975, Second Rehearing Denied Oct. 1, 1975
Cason v. Florida Power Co.
June 20, '94 Handwritten Notes on Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
State Water Use Plan - Dept. of Environmental Regulation - State of Florida
Generic Permits
Florida Department of Transportation , Appellant v. J. W. C. Company, Inc. First Dist. - March 27, 1981
Labruzzo et ux. v. Atlantic Dredging & Const. Co., etc.
Sub-committee Meeting Agenda of 4/29/94 - Land Use and Water Policy Task Force State Issues
Engineering and the Environment - Spring of 1992
Ecosystem Management Implementation Strategy - Volume II - Appendices
Specific Permits; Requirements - Installations , Discharging to Ground Water; Permitting and Monitoring Requirements
Lungren et al. v. Strawn et al.
Board to Begin Debate on SWUCA; Regulation and Alternative Water Sources At Heart Of Plan
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Meeting - Nov 15, 1994 (including handwritten notes)
Getty Oli Company vs. State of Fl., Dept. of Natural Resources; Florida Audobon Society: United Citizens Against Pollution, United Citizens Against Pollution, Inc.; and Thomas N. Wallin
Fickling & Walker Development Company, a Georgia corporation, Plaintiff vs. City of Tampa, et al, Defendants
Florida Paddling Festival '93 Wraps Up
1982 Supplement to Florida Statutes 1981, Chapter 373, Water Resources
Final NPDES General Permits for Storm Water Discharges from Construction Sites; Notice
"Restoring the Headwater Marshes of the Upper St. Johns River Basin" and "Now What are They Digging up in the Wetlands?"
Responses to Task Force Report
Hopwood v. State Dept. of Environmental Reg.
Federal Register / Vol 56 No.168 Thursday, August 29, 1991 / Notices - Notice of Final Rule-Change permit number, Correct printing and typographical errors, and modification of the types of discharges covered by the generall permit
People Ex Rel. State Water Resources Con. BD. v. Forni - Court of Appeal, First Dist. Div. 2, Jan. 23, 1976
"The Politics of Sustainability" by Michael Rodemeyer - Article Published by Duke Univ.
Environmental Resource Permit Workshop
Proposal for Consistency & Compatibility Among Land & Water Planning Documents
Administrative Orders - Dept. of Natural Resources. Revetment Construction -Permit-Approval-Need to Preserve Seawall Shown-Failure by Intervening Adjacent Riparian Owners To Show Consequent Damage-Access Easement to Public Beach Required-Coastal Construction Licensing Proceeding
Index of the ERP Permitting Handbook; Environmental Part Excerp From SJWWMD Board Briefing Book - Errata Corrections of 4-12-94 Incorporated
City of Hawkinsville v. Clark - Supreme Court of Georgia, Sept. 16, 1975
Draft Outline - Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Report and Recommendations as of March 17, 1994
Final Draft Report By The Environmental Efficiency Study Commission to the Legislature of Florida And The People of Florida: Summary of Recommendations by the EESC
Draft Legislative Concepts - Florida Water Plan and District Water Management Plans
District Courts of Appeal - Real Property-One Who Has No Rights in Artificial Canal Greater Than Rights of Public Generally Has No Standing to Complain of Improper Exercise of Riparian Rights by Owners of Property Abutting Canal-Unincorporated Association Owning No Property is Without Standing
Suwannee River Water Management District
Township Of Hatfield v. Landsdale Municipal Auth. - Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, March 13, 1961
A Report on The Water Quality Assurance Trust Fund
Regional Subcommittee Recommendations Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Memorandum Re: Rights to Consumptive Use of Water
Rules of the Southwest Florida Water Management District - Individual Environmental Resource Permits
Queenside Hills Realty Co., Inc. v. SAXL - Appeal from the Court of Appeals of the State of New York, Argued March 28, 1946, Decided April 22, 1946
Waters and Water Rights - Addendum to 1978 Supplements
Regional Issues Recommendation Framework
June 1987 "Innovation and Results are Departmental Goals"
Draft 8-29-94, Page B1-1 - Chapter one - Introduction
Meeker v. City of East Orange - Court of Errors and Appeals of New Jersey, Nov. 15, 1909
Water Supply Policy Document
Growth Management Portion of the State Comprehensive Plan
Table of Concordance for ERP Handboooks - May 6, 1994
Canada et al. v. City of Shawnee No. 24873 - Supreme Court of Oklahoma, Dec. 15, 1936
Burris & Lagerlof, Stanley C. Lagerlof, H. Jess Senecal and Jack T. Swafford, Los Angeles, for petitioner. Tuttle & Taylor, W'm A. Norris and Alan Beban, Los Angeles, for respondent
Section 2 - Groundwater Resource Evaluation
Knight v. Grimes - Supreme Court of South Dakota, April 21, 1964, Rehearing Denied May 20, 1964
Tilden et al. v. Smith
Strategic Regional Policy Plan
Industrial Wastewater Facilities
Omernick v. Dept. of Natural Resources No. 161 (1974) - Supreme Court of Wisconsin, Submitted Oct. 30, 1975, Decided Feb. 10, 1976
Pinellas County, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, Appellant, v. Hillsborough County, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, and the Hillsborough County Water Conservation District, Appellees
Hillsborough River Greenways Task Force (Revised 9/2793)
Conflict Resolution
Memo to Directors of District Management , Division Directors, etc., Re: New System for Permitting Facilities Formerly Eligible for Temporary Operation Permits
Huber v. Merkel - Supreme Court of Wisconsin, April 17, 1903
Pinkham E Pacetti, et al, Petitioners vs State of Florida Dept of Environmental Regulation and Homer Smith d/b/a Homer Smith Seafood "Final Order"
Mabry, Reaves, Carlton, Anderson, Fields & Ward and Baya & Baya, Tampa, for appellant, Gibbons & Gibbons, Tampa, for appellee
Before the State of Florida, Dept. of Environmental Regulation - Final Order for File 4475
Herbert H. and Anna M. Huelsmanvs WAC of Okaloosa County - Final Order
Sapp et al. v. Warner et al.
Water Restrictions Imposed in North; New Measures Limit Irrigation to Two Days Per Week
Summary of Public Comments Presented to the Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
EPA Federal Register - Contaminated Ground /Storm Water, Federal Agency Roles and Responsibilties
Unites States v. Gerlach Live Stock Co.
From The Chair
Public Comment Summaries Re: Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
State Water Supply Authority, Part VI
40 CFR Part 122, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Request for Comment on Alternative Approaches for Phase II Storm Water Program; Proposed Rule - Sept 9, 1992
Harris v. Brooks - Supreme Court of Arkansas - Oct. 24, 1955
Land Use and Water Planning Schedules -dated 4/26/1994
Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council - Visions
Administrative Orders - Division of Administrative Hearings, Rule-Validity-Dept. of Environmental Regulation- Definitions of Submerged Lands and Transitional Zones for Jurisdictional Purposes-"Submerged Lands" Shown to be Validly Used for Jurisdictional Delineation-"Transitional Zones" Not Shown to be Used for Jurisdictional Purposes
Florida Wastewater Regulation Program: NPDES and DEP
Floods on Horse Creek From The Mouth to SR 62
Strategic Plan For The 1990s, "Partnerships in Water Management: The Vision For The Future" - Jan. 1994
Letter of Sept. 10, 1996 Re: Executive Order on Water
Apalachicola Land & Development Co. v. McRae - (Supreme Court of Florida. Nov. 8, 1923. Rehearing Denied Dec. 20, 1923)
Results of the Substantial Deviation Workgroup
List of Attendees at September 12 Executive Order Meeting
Proposals For 380.06(15) amd (26). F.S.
Committee Meeting Handwritten Notes
Draft Language for Proposed Executive Order on Water Resources Dated Sept. 12, 1996
Draft District Water Management Plan
Water Supply Development Committee Meeting Summary of November 18, 1996
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix A - October 1992
State-Level Role With Regard to Water Supply Planning
Memo to Memebers of the Water Supply Development Core Group Re; Meeting Summary, etc.
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix D - Proposed Existing Legal User Evaluation Factors, June 15, 1993
Draft Materials Concerning Competing Water Use Permit Applications
Water Supply Related Revenues and Expenditures for FY 1993-94
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix H - Proposed Salt Water Intrusion Evaluation Factors Revised October 22, 1993
A Primer on Ground Water
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group - Recommendations of the Water Supply Development Committee, January XX, 1997 Draft
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix L - Agenda for December 10, 1993 Meeting of Consultant Team
Letter re: Proposed Executive Order on Water
Kansas State Water Plan Fund
Water Supply Development Meeting of December 6, 1996, Detailed Summary
Memorandum to: All Contributors on New Chapter 20 - Emerging Issues and Conflicts Re: Assignments
FHBA Governmental Affairs Dept. Public Water Supply Policies
Water Articles From Newspapers
List of Volunteers Working on Subcommittees of Water Supply Development Committee
Chapter 20, Item 6 - Key Policy Issues - Future Integrating Land and Water Management
Articles of Interest on Water Management
Water Use Difficult Decisions For the 90's/Ethica; Considerations and Concluding Remarks on Federal Water Pollution Regulations/Outline of Presentation by Professor Joel A. Mintz/Nova University Law Center, FT Lauderdale, Fl - May 27, 1988
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group Process Plan
Intergovernmental Programs - Chapter 163, F.S. 1995
Aquifer Pressure Relief and Existing Users: A Review of State Programs - Janualy 11, 1996
Funding Sources Information Matriix - December 12, 1996
9th Annual Local Government Law in Florida Seminar
A Model Water Code With Commentary
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group
Fla Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Services Re: Recommendations of the Water Supply Issues Advisory Group Regarding Water Supply Development and Funding/Draft Executive Order Language
Water, Plants and Concrete - An Identification of Significant Regional Resources and Facilities
Workgroup To Review The Existing Substantial Deviation Determination Process
Home Builder, Realtor and Community Developer Legislative Alert Water Supply Issue - CS/HB 2713
What Do You Mean I Can't Use My Wetlands?? - That Isn't A Mere Setback, It's An Out and Out Taking!!!
State Water Supply Development Funding Options
Letter From The Executive Office of the Governor Dated Sept. 20, 1996 Re: Water Supply
Innovative Project Links Water Quality and Land Use Planning
Water Supply Funding Options
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Summary and Conclusion
Keynote Address on "The Lawyer's Responsibility to Help the State Manage Its Growth and Resolve Its Planning Conflicts"
Perceived Problems With Water Suupply Development - Responses to The Water Supply Development Core Committee
Nation's Water Resources 1975-2000 - Volume 4: South Atlantic-Gulf Region
Water Supply Issues - Letter Dated Nov. 26, 1996
Memo Re; November 8, 1996 Meeting of the Core Committee
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix G - September 22, 1993, Leter From Peter F. Anderson, P.E., Geothrans, Inc.
Intermittent Water Courses
Critical Issues for Water Supply Planning, Regulation & Implementation for Investor-Owned Utilities
JDV Handwritten Notes - Fla. Ag. Coalition, etc.
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix K - Consultant Responses to Revised Proposed Evaluation Factors
Looking for the Middle Ground on Snyder
Population Change 1980-1990 Night Views
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group Meeting of December 6, 1996
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix N - December 16, 1993 Letter From Peter F. Anderson, P.E., Geotrans, Inc.
Who Pays For The Water Supply? Water Rights Fees and Dedication Policies in New Mexico and Other Southwestern States
Possible Water Supply Development and Funding Mechanism
Topics for Natural Systems Section of Water Atlas Chapter 20
FHBA Governmental Affairs Department - Water Policy Update
Summary of "Public Benefit" Discussion
Water Quality Management - Will Construction Be Shut Off?
Water Resources - Declaration of Water Shortage; Emergency Orders
Federal Endangered Species Act and Water Law
Draft for Final Report, Existing Funding Sources Information Matrix
Water and Wastewater Systems - Chapter 367
Florida Water Law 1980
Proposed Drafting Process For Legislative Implementation of Water Supply Development and Funding Group Recommendations
Handwritten Notes on Meetings
Proposed Strategic Regional Policy Plan
Outline - General Comments and Points on House Water Policy Select Committee Bill, 3/13/96
Chart on Water Supply Planning
Memo Re: Water Supply Development Dated October 18, 1996
Water Policy Update -- SEBC 1996
Substantial Deviation Workgrouup Draft Documents
Memorandum Re: Water Supply Funding Committee - Utility Rates and Charges
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Project Process Description
Ecosystem Management News - Everglades Restoration: What's Happened Since the Settlement Agreement
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix C - Proposed Salt Water Evaluation Factors, June 15, 1993
Hydroscope 25th Anniversary Issue 1961-1986
Headlines From Alert - November Initiative Watch - Voters Have Chance to OK Funding for Safe, Reliable Water
Handwritten Notes on Water Supply
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix F - Agenda For September 10, 1993 Meeting of Consultant Team
Environmental Law Program Presented at 1989 Annual Meeting American College of Trial Lawyers, Nov. 3, 1989 New Orleans, LA
General Points/Draft Legislation on Water Planning
Water Supply Development and Funding Entities and Their Roles
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix J - St. Johns River Water Management District Mission Statement
Enforcement and the EPA
Consensus Statements: 1/9/97
Memo of the Executive Office of the Governor re: December 6, 1996 Water Supply Funding Committee Meeting
Proposal Regarding State Water Policy - 4/8/96 Draft
Comparison of Annual Revenues From Each Funding Alternative
Handwritten Notes on MFL
Letter to Ane Merriam, Director of Water Resources at the Institute of Science and Public Affains Re; Issues Chapter of the Atlas
Summary of Growth Management Act of 1985
Lecture Outlines plus Lecture Program and Speaker Evaluatiion Form - Water Use - Difficult Decisions for the 90's/May 26-27, 1988
Revised List of Draft Recommendations and Discusssion Items and Results of the Consensus Testing on the December 12 Draft of the Recommendations
Administrative Law--Administrative Res Judicata: Giving The Developer Another Bite of the Apple--Thomson V. Department of Environmental Regulation, 511 So. 2d 989 (Fla. 1987)
Natural Resources Journal/Stormwater Runoff Control: A Model Ordinance for Meeting Local Water Quality Management Needs
Draft Insert to Funding Sources Information Matirx, Dated December 12, 1996
Executive Summary of The Florida Water Resources Act of 1972 and Comprehensive Planning in the State of Florida
Water Supply Funding Core Group, January 23, 1997 Draft
Letter dated Oct. 17, 1996 re: Proposed Public Service Commission Margin Reserve Rule
South Florida Water Management District 1993 Annual Report
Florida Home Builders Association Water Suply Policy For The 1996 Legislative Session (Approved 2/26/96)
Chapter 380 - Land and Water Management - Part I Environmental Land and Water Management (ss.380.012-380.12) Part II Coastal Planning and Management (ss. 380.19-380.33) Part III Florida Communities Trust (ss.380.501-380.515)
Handwritten Notes Re: MFLs
Draft - Proposed Main Issues for Water Supply Development and Funding Group - Sept. 30. 1996
Water, Water Everywhere: Not A Drop To Drink, Irrigate or Process
Category I Amendment Process
Letter to Jake Varn Re: Water Supply Development
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Salt Water Intrusion and Existing Legal User Impact Criteria - Summary of Consultant Activities - May 1994 - Introduction
Handwritten Notes of Nov. 20, 1996
Draft - Water Supply Needs & Resources Assessment - Apendix B - Sammple Consultant Contract
Annual Report South Florida Water Management District 1986
Water Supply Development Core Group Issue Identification and Draft Recommendations, Jan. 2, 1997, Draft
Utility Revenues and Expenditures
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Apendix E - Consultant Responses to Proposed Evaluation Factors, August 6, 1993
Nation's Water Resources 1975-2000 Volume 3: Analytical Data Appendix II, Annual Water Supply and Use Analysis
Draft Legislation on Water Planning
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group Meeting of December 18, 1996
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix I - Proposed Existing Legal User Evaluation Factors Revised September 30, 1993
Comprehensive Planning in Florida: Past, Present and Future
Water Supply Work Group Proposed Final Decision Process
Draft - Water Supply Needs and Sources Assessment - Appendix M - Map Titled "Water Quality Classification in the Upper Floridan Aquifer"
Handwritten Notes re: Meeting with Gov's Office re: Water
Lower East Coast Water Supply Plan Costs and Funding
Water Supply Development and Funding Working Group (Full Group Mailing List)
Memorandum to; All Contributors on Chapter 20, Water Atlas - "Emerging Issues and Conflicts"
New "Whereas" Clause on Executive Order No. 96-
Lecture Outlines Plus Lecture Program and Speaker Evaluation Form/Water Law, Water Rights and Water Policy: The Florida Law of Water and Wetlands and the Impact on Florida's Growth
Water Supply Development Core Group - Issue Identification and Potential Solutions - January 2, 1997 Draft
Chapter 11 - Water Administration and Policies
Administrative Law - Res Judicata and Collateral Estoppel in Administrative Proceedings By John J. Rimes III and M. Catherine Lannon
Competing Applications, Inter-District Transfers, and Other Aspects of Competition for Consumptive Water Use by William L Earl and Thomas T. Ankersen
Federal Funding Options Summaries
Municipal Public Works - Chapter 180
Florida Water Resources Act of 1972 and Comprehensive Planning in the State of Florida
Water Supply Funding Committee, January 9, 1997 Special Meeting
Florida's Water Resources Report to the Governor
Permit Duration Statement
Analysis of Senator Latvala's Proposed Legislation Regarding the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Memo Re: Comments to 20-year Permit Language, Amendments to Alternative Dep Proposal - MFLS, Comments to Draft Consolidated Recommendations
Draft Water Legislation for the Water Supply Coalition Meeting of Jan. 14, 1997
Illinois Public Utilities
Meeting Dates of The Water Supply Group
Water - A Maverick Compound
Green Swamp Area of Critical State Concern, Report to the Administration Commission
Principles of Water Supply Planning
Revised Versions of the Water Legislation of the "Water Coalition"
Water Supply Coalition's Draft Water Resources Legislation Dated February 20, 1997
Oklahoma Water and Water Rights and Statutes Annotated, Title 82
Corrections on Proposed Executive Order Re: wate Suupply Development Commission 7/29/96 Draft
Water - Fountain of Life
Appendix D, Approximate Acreage of Vegetation Types Depicted by Figure 2
Water Supply Development Meeting, Dec 6, 1997 Detailed Summary
Contract entered into between Pinellas County and the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority.
Chamber's Proposed Positions on State Water Policy (January 9, 1997)
Memo From the Office of the Governor Re: Subcommittee Assignments on the Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Water Supply Development Identification Problem
Water - Scarcity Amidst Plenty
"Water Boundries"
Core Group Members of the Water Supply Funding Committee
$4.3 Billion Bond Asked for Drilling
Varn Calls for More Local Control in Water Isssues
Minutes and Redraft of Policy Statement of Dec. 11, 1996
Summary of the Land Use and Water Planning Task Force, March 21, 1994 Meeting, LL-24, House Office Building, Tallahassee, Florida
Resource Development Plan: An Integrated Regional Water Supply Plan Summary Report
Comparison With Other Wholesale Water Suppliers
Water Supply Agency Dribbles Along
"Swiftmud Staff Expresses Concern About Policies"
Letter Re: Costs of Facilities Within the the Starkey Wellfield and Supporting Documents/Water Production Facilities, Payment Schedule
HB 97 (Fla. House of Representatives)
Background Materials for the April 18, 1995 Meeting on the Florida Water Plan, Including the Draft Introduction and Draft Outline of the Entire FWP
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Materials for Meeting of February 25, 1994 in St. Petersburg, FL
Water Resources Position Paper Draft Initiatives, Report of Technical Meeting on Water, July 18-19, 1996
Appendix B - B-1 Summary of West Coast Contracts, B-2 Default and Dissolution Implications
Summary of Water Supply Issues As Raised by Various Groups - 11/4/96
Florida's Water Resources - An Evaluation and Management Philosophy
Letter to Mr. Quinn Re: Revised Public Workshop Draft of the 1995 Florida Land Plan: The State Land Development Plan; Notice of Additional Substantive Revisions
Enviro-Update - Environmental Issues Council Legislative Update - Monday, Jan.27, 1997
Land and Water Use Task Force Duties and Members
Water Management District Ecosystem Team Water Supply Development Process - Draft Proposal of Nov. 16, 1995
Appendis E - E1-Water Production Costs for the Authority Facilities, E2-Water Production Costs for the Authority and Member Facilities, E3-Debt Service Allocated by Permitted Capacity, E4-Cost Evaluation of Strategic Ownership Options, E5-Land and Facilities Value
Water Supply Development Core Committee Meeting of Nov. 8, 1996
Letter to T. Pride re: 9/30/96 Meeting Follow-up
Water Supply Funding Core Group, January 23, 1997 Draft
Memo to Jake Varn Re; Water Supply: The Issue of the Future
Changes to 40D-80.011 Policy and Purpose; Legislative Direction
Agenda for Meetings
1995 NWSI Annual Report, Alternative Sources
Water Supply Question Comments
Comments on Executive Order No. 96-297
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group Meeting of Jan. 31, 1997
Jake Varn's Observations on the Water Supply Issue
Task Deadline and Meeting Dates
Laws, Rules & Regulations of the Southwest Florida Water Management District
Water Supply Development From Mark V. Hurst.
Letter to Terri Pride re: Governor's Water Suupply Development and Funding Working Group - Issues Sheet Responses
PSC Amendments to Water Legislation Dated January 10, 1997
Memo To Jake Varn Re; The Hoping, Littlejohn, Varn Water Memo
Amendments to the Bitner Bill
Water...The Tie That Binds
Water Supply Development and Funding Meeting, Memo of October 14, 1996
Ground-water Contamination - An Explanation of Its Causes and Effects
Letter to Mr. Estus: Recommended Changes to Proposed Main Issues for the Water Supply Development & Funding Group
Note From Donald Conn, General Counsel, to Jake Varn, Esquire, Dated Jan. 22, 1997
Recommendations Under Consideration by the Fla. Chamber, etc. for Submission to the Water Management District Review Commission and the Florida Legislature
Memorandum Re: Water Amendments
Tampa Water Resource Recovery Project; Fact Sheet
Memo Re; Executive Order No. 96-297 Suggested Priority Issues
Advanced Discussion of Water Policy Issues Before the 1997 Legislature and Beyond
"Local Sources First" Policy
Committee Meeting on Water and Resource Management of Jan. 9, 1997
Water Management District Review Commission
Florida Department of Community Affairs - 2/4/97 Draft Report of Water Supply Development & Funding Work Group
Letter Re: Recommendations of the Water Supply Issues Advisory Group Regarding Water Supply Development and Funding/Draft Executive Order Language
General Hydrology of the Middle Gulf Area, Florida (Report of Investigation No. 56)
Legislative Report of the Florida Water Council, Inc., and Review of 1997 Water Legislation
Water Supply Development Committee, December 18, 1996, Detailed Summary of Dec. 6, 1997
Critics: Water Talks Unfair
Water Recommendations in Different Order, Dated Feb. 10, 1997 by Jake Varn
Redraft of the Needs and Sources Analysis and the Regional Water Resource Implementation Program
New Mexico Law of Water Rights
Water - Contents and Introduction
Story So Far, And What's Ahead in this Series
Florida Electric Power Coordinating Group, Inc.'s Comments on the Potential Modification of Florida Water Resource Legislation
Regional Water Supply Development
Governor's Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group Pursuant to Executive Order 96-297 Final Report, Feb. 4, 1997 Draft
Water Supply Development Coalition Draft of 1/20/97
Kansas - Appropriation of Water for Beneficial Use
Letter to Honorable Buddy Mackay Dated Aug. 27, 1996
Water - Sculpturing the Planet
Meeting Agenda of the Members of the Water Supply Development Core Group for Dec. 6, 1996
Contract Between St. Petersburg and the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Letter From Jake Varn to Roy Harrrell, Jr. Re: 1996 Legislature/Water
State Water Policy Task Force - Memo of October 24, 1996
Subcommittee Meeting Agenda of 4/29/94
Meeting of Water Resources Coordination Commission
Some Hydrologics & Biologic Aspects of the Big Cypress Swamp, Drainage Area, Southern Florida
State of Florida, Office of the Governor, Executive Order Number 96-297
Resolution No. 16-82; A Resolution of West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority Providing for the Following: The Acquisition and Construction of Real Property Wells, Pumps, etc.
"Water Authority Director Turns Lobbyist"
State Water Policy - Background, Applicable Policy
Article "The Politics of Sustainability"
February 10 Meeting of Florida Water Plan Team/First Annual Progress Report on Implementation of the 1995 Florida Water Plan
Situation Analysis
Governor's Water Resource Commission, Appendices
Letter to John Gallagher, City Manager of New Port Richey, RE: Starkey Well Field Facilities - Replacement Cost
Ogden to Sell Off Third of Business, Take Charges That Offset Earnings
To Water Policy Task Force Members Re: Meeting Schedule and Materials
Materials for the Next Meeting of the Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Scheduled Monday, March 21, 1994
Florida Chamber's Environmental Network - Notice of November 1, 1996
Appendix A - Workshop Summary
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group - Committee Instructions and Report Process
First Amendment To Water Supply Agreement For Starkey Wellfield
Governing Board, Southwest Florida Water Management District.
State Of Florida, Office of the Governor Executive Order Number 95-XXX. A Specific Proposal for Strengthening the Role of the Water Resourses Coordination Commission - 8/23/95 Draft
Draft Outline for Report and Recommendations
Approved Florida Association of Counties Water Policy
Appendix D - Master Water Plan Funding
Water Supply Development and Funding Meeting of Nov. 8, 1996
Letter to Estus Whitfield Dated Oct. 4, 1996 re: Key Terms Need to be Clarified in the Water Supply Development and Funding Group
Water Supply Funding Options
Memo to Pete Dunbar From Jake Varn Re; Water Supply
Overview of the Local Government Comprehensive Planning Process, Chapter 163, Part II, Florida Statutes
Water Supply Development Group Memo Re: Future Meetings and Revised Grant Selection Criteria
1995 Annual Report of the New Water Sources Initiative, Introduction
Water Supply Issue Responses from Fla.'s Ag. Coalition, Standard Sand & Silica Co., Fla Engineering Society, Fla Home Builders Assoc. and Fla Assoc. of Realtors
Letter of Comments on Agenda for Water Supply Development and Funding Group via The Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, Inc.
New Water Policy Could Plug Holes in Old Management
Proposed Amendments on RWSP Accountability
Water Supply Coalition - Draft Legislation for 1997 Regular Session - Legislative Policy and Primary Mission of Water Management Districts
A Physical Model for Prediction and Control of Saltwater Intrusion in the Floridan Aquifer
Alternative Water Supply Needs
Letter From Oel Wingo, City of Ocala re: Water Supply Development and Funding Issues
Additional Sources for Water Supply Development (New)
FHBA Amendments to Proposed CS/HB 715, 1249, 1321, and 1339
Suggested Revision to Irene Quincey/Steve Lamb's Draft of 373.037
Priceless Water? Providing for the Future
Water Supply Group Meeting of October 17- Agenda
Florida's Water Future: A Legislative Proposal for the Distribution of Water Resources in Florida
Memo re: Closer Look at Executive Order 96-297
State-level Role With Regard to Water Supply Planning
Letter to Jake Varn from Chuck Littlejohn Re: Florida Water Policy
Draft - Draft Water Supply Legislation - Office of the Governor, Feb. 26, 1997
Master Water Plan Element Overviews
Water Supply Development And Funding Meeting of October 9. 1996
Alternative Water Supplies; Issues and Obstacles
Letter re: Minimum Flows and Levels Rough Draft
Good News for IMC-Agrico's Future
Report to the Water Management District Review Commission
Delaware River Basin Compact, Oct. 27, 1961
Memo Re; Meeting Dates
Water Resources Decision Making : Perception, Polarity, Personalities and Power
Memo to Varn From Rip Caleen "Dept. Jurisdiction & Applicability of Water Quality Standards Under Chap.403
Tabulation of Utility Revenues and Expenditures Compiled by ACIR for Fiscal Year 93-94
Swiftmud Caught in Middle of Well Debate
Water Supply and Development Recommendations - Recommendation 3 Dated Feb. 7, 1997
Wyoming Statutes Regarding Water
Memo Re: Next Meeting of the Water Supply Group of August 14, 1996
Governance Study for the Florida Legislature - Workshop #2
Human Thirst
Water Supply Development and Funding Working Group (Full Group Mailing List)
Summary of Draft Water Resources Legislation - Dept. of Environmental Protection - January 29, 1996
Draft Consolidated Recommendations on Behalf of The Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida
Revised Draft of Legislative Policy Section on WMD Missions for Resource/Supply Development
Colorado - Chapter 148, Water Rights and Irrigation
Handwritten Notes on Water
Water - The Underground Reservoir
Green Swamp ACSC Working Group
SWFWMD Minimum Flows & Levels Rule Workshops Summary of Dec. 2-6, 1996 Meetings
Rights to Consumptive Use of Groundwater
House Bill 963 (A Bill to be Entitled An Act Relating to Water and Wastewater Utility Rates)
Memo of More Meeting Dates to Discuss Water Legislation
Water Supply Development of July 29, 1996, Handwritten Notes
Water - The All-Purpose Substance
Final Report and Recommendations for the Proposed Green Swamp Area of Critical State Concern
December 6 Water Supply Funding Committee Meeting
Water Exchange Contract entered into by West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority and the City of St. Petersburg, Florida
Outline of Responsibilities of Each WMD
Redraft of Policy Statement (Jan. 20, 1997)
Notice to Members, Land Use and Water Planning Task Force, Of Next Meeting And Agenda
Introduction to Governance Study for the Florida Legislature
Governor's Water Resource Commission Final Report
"Florida Water Wars Can End If We Want Them To" - Article
Water Production Facilities Payment Schedule - Exhibit D
Rodman Thrives Despite Talk
373.1715 Minimum Flows and Levels; Establishment and Implementation
Rule 9J-5.0053, F.A.C., Minimum Criteria for Evaluation and Appraisal Reports
Draft Materials Concerning Competing Water Use Permit Applications
Governance and Strategic Options
Water Supply Development Committee Meeting Summary, Nov. 18, 1996
Water Supply Agreement For Starkey Wellfield
Letter to Mr. Quinn Dated Aug.31, 1995 Re: Revised Public Workshop Draft of the 1995 Florida Land Plan; The State Land Development Plan (Comments on the Draft)
Memo Re: Proposed Drafts of SEC. 373.1715 dated Jan. 30. 1997
Memo Dated July 17, 1995 of the Public Workshops on the Draft Florida Water Plan
Future Task Force Meetings Schedule
Water Policy Update -- SEBC 1996
Water Supply Development Committee Agenda of Nov. 8, 1996
1995 Florida Land Plan: The State Land Development Plan
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group-Recommendations for the Water Supply Development Committee, January 31, 1997, Draft
Adoption of 1995 Florida Water Plan - Letter Dated November 8, 1995
Land Use and Water Planning Task Force dated January 24, 1994, Meeting Agenda
Integrated Resource Planning - A White Paper Prepared by the Florida Section of the American Water Works Association on March 7, 1995
1995 Annual Report of the New Water Sources Initiative - Executive Summary
Letter to Mr. Pride Dated Oct. 4, 1996 re; Follow-up Letter on the State's Direction and Intended Actions on Water Resource Issues.
"Water Resourses Development" Definition Changes
Memo to Wade Hopping from Jake Varn Re; Wate Supply Suggestions
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group Recommendations of Bill CS/HBs 715, 1249, 1321 and 1339
Nov.22, 1996 Memo of Meetings Dates and Task Assignments
1995 NWSI Annual Report, Recommendations
Proposed Public Service Commission Margin Reserve Rule
Appendix F-1.3 - Financial Analysis of Option #4 (Excluding City of Tampa's Surface Water Facilities)
Revised Version of the Water Supply Issue to be used in Presentation to the House Water Policy Committee
Errata Sheet for Governor's Water Supply Development and Funding Report and Survey Sheet
Revisions to 12/30/96 Draft of Legislative Proposals
Northeastern Manasota Basin Hydrologic Investigation
Water Supply Development Memorandum
Letter to Estus Whitfield From Peter Hubbell re: Work Group Focus of Three Issues
Water Supplly Development Core Group - Issue Identification and Draft Recommendations, January 10, 1997, Draft
Sept 18, 1995 Water Supply Revision
JDV Proposed Changes to HB 1339
Master Water Plan
Memo of Sept. 20, 1996 re: Water Supply Development and Funding and Related Planning Issues
Minimum Flows and Levels; Establishment and Implementation
Final Draft of Letter re: Committee on Water and Resource Management, Governmental Responsibility Council, Group V
Report to the Water Management District Review Commission
Draft Water Supply Work Group Feb. 14 Meeting Results
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority Information Booklet
To Dan Stengle From Jake Varn - Memo Re; Proposed Executive Order on Water Dated Sept. 17, 1996
Wednesday, July 16, 1997, Marco Island (Two Paragraphs on Needed Future Efforts)
Governor's Water Supply Development and Funding Report
Possible Water Supply Development and Funding Mechanism
Comments and Proposed Recommendations Accompanying Estus Whitfields's and Dan Stengle's Memo Dated Feb. 4, 1997
Rules of North Plains Ground Water Conservation District No. 2 North of the Canadian River
To Water Supply Group Re: Water Supply Development Dated Aug. 12, 1996
Ground Water in Central and Northern Florida
Report of the Speaker's Task Force on Water Issues
Subcommittees of Water Supply Development Committee
Water Supply Outline
Proposed Drafts of Sec. 373.1715
Draft of Jan. 15, 1997, Section 373.038 F.S
Indiana - Drains, Levees and Water Conservation
Participants in July 29 Water Supply Work Group
Water - A Sun-Powered Cycle
Green Swamp Area Chapter 28-26 Land Planning - Part V Boundry and Principles for Guiding Development for the Green Swamp Area of Critical State Concern
Suggustion to Simplify the Water-related Planning Structure
Annual Report of the Attorney General
Meeting Dates of the Florida Water Coalition - Memo Dated April 9, 1997
Minnesota - Division of Waters - Drainage and Waters
Water Policy Update - SEBC 1996
Water - Wellsprings of Civilization
Project Assessment - Green Swamp Lake and Polk Counties, Conservation and Recreation Lands Project
Draft Materials Concerning Competing Water Use Permit Applications
Contract Entered into Between Pasco and the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Handwritten Notes of Nov. 13 re; Florida Chamber Foundation
Notes Concerning Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Water Law in Transition: Debates That Could Shape Florida's Future
Governance Study for the Florida Legislature - Executive Summary
Stetson Law Review, Tidal Water Boundries
Revised Grant Selection Criteria, Sept. 11, 1996
Exhibit B - United States of America, State of Florida, West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority - Capital Improvement Revenue Bond (City of New Port Richey/Pasco County Project)
Ogden Announces Agreement to Acquire Silver Springs and Wild Waters
Water Policy/Legislative Priorities
Summary of the Land Use and Water Planning Task Force, February 25, 1994 Meeting, Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council, St. Petersburg, Florida
Amendment to Consumptive Use Permit Duration
Cost Allocation, Financing and Other Tactical Options
Scientists to Examine Water Rules
Water Policy Update of Dec. 17, 1996
Southwest Florida Water Management District, Pinellas-Anclote River Basin and Coastal Rivers Basin, Starkey Water Storage Area
Letter to Mr. Quinn Re: Revised Public Workshop Draft of the 1995 Florida Land Plan: The State Land Development Plan (Distinction Between Limestone and Phosphate Mining)
Draft of the Consolidated Recommendations of the Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group Core Committee Members
June 29 Meeting on the Draft Florida Water Plan Dated June 2, 1995
Schedule for Development of Minimum Flows and Levels, MFL Fact Sheet
Appendix C - Debt Summary
Letter Ref: Water Supply Development Dated Oct. 30. 1996
Fla. Dept. of Environmental Protection Annual Report on the Status of Regional Water Supply Planning
Memo of August 14, 1995 Re: Report of Land Plan Review Task Force - Recommendations
Comments on Water Supply Development and Funding Committee
Public Workshop Draft of the Florida Water Plan Dated August 15, 1995
Draft Agenda of the Land Use and Water Planning Task Force Meeting of Jan. 24, 1994
1995 Annual Report of the New Water Sources Initiative - Table of Contents
Percieved Water Supply Development Problems of Pasco County, City of St. Petersburg and West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Letter to Mr. Whitfield re: Water Supply Working Group - Top Three Issues
Draft Legislation on Water Planning, For Implementing the Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group Recommendations, January 24, 1997 Draft
Memo to Jacob Varn From Wade Hopping Re: Revised Version on "Water Supply, the Issue of the Future" Dated Oct. 10. 1995
Proposed Revisions to 40D-8 amd 40D-80
Memo of Nov. 7, 1996 Re: Water Supply Development
1995 NWSI Annual Report
Florida Association of Realtors Water Supply Policy
Memo re: Water Supply Executive Order No. 96-297, Discussion Issues
Water Supply Funding Core Group - Draft of Jan. 23, 1997
Chuck Littlejohn's response to Jake Varn on More Changes to The Water Supply Issue
List of Core Group Members of the Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group
Draft Water Legislation of 12/30/96
Water Supply Development and Funding Working GrouP - Oct. 17, 1996 Sign-In Sheet
Letter re: Executive Order on Water
Draft Florida Water Plan Progress Report
Memo to Wade Hopping From Jake Varn Re: Water Supply in the Future.
Minimum Flows and Levels Draft Proposal
Tapping Into The Future - Executive Summary
Water Resource and Water Supply Development; Issues and Answeers
Letter to Keith Hetrick re: Memo re: Local Sources First Letter
Water Supply Development and Funding Work Group - Recommendations of the Water Supply Development Committee, January 20, 1997, Draft
Copies of the Water Management District Review Commission's Preliminary Recommendations
1997 Legislative Session - Water Supply Development and Funding Likely to be Discussed
Water Resources of the Florida Power & Light Service Area: Availability and Management
State of Florida Office of the Governor Executive Order Number 96-__ 9/19/96 Draft
House of Representatives Committee on Water & Resource Management Final Bill & Economic Impact Statement
Water Supply Development and Funding Working Group (Full Group) Meeting of Jan 10, 1997 - Issue Identification and Draft Recommendations
Southwest Florida Water Management District - Recommendatiions
Minimum Flows and Levels Community Committee Summary of February 6, 1997 Meeting
Laws of North Carolina Relating to Water and Air Resources - Issued by NC Dept. of Water and Air Resources, Reprinted From General Statutes of NC and 1967 Cumulative Supplement
1996-97 Environmental Quality Policy Statement
Questions Relating to Governor's Report on Land Use and Water Planning
Revisiions to State Water Policy
Ecosystem Protection
Smith-Southwest Industries v. Friendswood Development Co. - Court of Civil Appeals of Texas, Houston (1st Dist) Jan. 27, 1977, Rehearing Denied Feb. 24, 1977
Groundwater Discharges - January 22, 1990, DER Secretary, by Jacob D. Varn and Susan Miller, Handwritten
General Prohibition Against Polutants ( Dept. of Environmental Regulation)
Board Aproves District Operational Changes; Implements Recommendations From Peat Marwick Study
Rouse v. City of Kinston - Supreme Court of North Carolina, June 21, 1924
"One person, One Vote" and California's Water Districts
Associated Industries of Florida - Business for a Better Environment Advisory Task Force Meeting - Tallahassee, Florida, August 3, 1995
Memo of Minutes of the April 18, 1994 Meeting of the Governor's Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Board of Trustees, Etc. v. Paradise Fruit Co., No. 81-1175 - District Court of Appeal of Florida, Fifth District. , April 28, 1982, Rehearing Denied May 24, 1982
Herminghaus et al. v. Southern California Edison Co. et al.
History of Water Management in Florida Digital Archives User’s Guide
Memorandum commenting on DER Draft State Water Policy from Program Coordinator, Regulatory Division. Oct. 21, 198015p.
Marsh Community Development in a Central Florida Phosphate Surface-Mined Reclaimed Wetland (Alternate Version)