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Title: Interim reports on the progress of an inventory of artesian wells in Florida leading to the enforcement of sections 370.051-370.054, Florida statutes ( FGS: Information circular 10 )
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Physical Description: vi, 178 p. : maps, tables. ; 23 cm.
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Creator: Hendry, Charles W
Lavender, James A ( joint author )
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee
Publication Date: 1957
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Statement of Responsibility: by Charles W. Hendry, Jr., and James A. Lavender.
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    Water supply problems
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    Existing water conservation law
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    Current program
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    Summary and recommendations
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    Selected glossary
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    Chapter 28253, 1953 Laws of Florida
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STATE OF FLORIDA
STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION

Ernest Mitts, Director


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY

Herman Gunter, Director





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10




INTERIM REPORT

ON

THE PROGRESS OF AN INVENTORY OF

ARTESIAN WELLS IN FLORIDA






LEADING TO THE ENFORCEMENT OF
SECTIONS 370.051 370.054,
FLORIDA STATUTES






By

CHARLES W. HENDRY, JR., AND JAMES A. LAVENDER


Tallahassee, Florida
1957








LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL


FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY




April 1, 1957



Mr. Ernest Mitts, Director
Florida State Board of Conservation
Tallahassee, Florida

Dear Mr. Mitts:

I respectfully transmit a report on the progress of an
inventory leading to the enforcement of Sections 370. 051/. 054,
Florida Statutes, prepared by Charles W. Hendry, Jr. and
James A. Lavender of the Water Investigations, Florida Geo-
logical Survey.

This report contains detailed information on 967 wildly
flowing wells that were inventoried as part of this project
during the biennium. The basic data presented herein is
necessary for the intelligent enforcement of the above men-
tioned State Statutes, and it will be published as Florida
Geological Survey Information Circular No. 10.

Respectfully submitted,


Herman Gunter, Director








TABLE OF CONTENTS


Page


Introduction. . .
Subsurface water. . .
Classification . .
Occurrence . .
Floridan aquifer ..
Functions of the


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idan aqu


Piezometric surface .... .......
Recharge and discharge . .
Water supply problems ..... ....
Existing water conservation laws . .
Current program ...... . .
Procedure .... ...........
Status of well inventory .....
Summary and recommendations ......
Appendix . .... .
Selected glossary ........ ...
Chapter 28253, 1953 laws of Florida .
Well schedule form . ....
Selected bibliography .........


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S. . 4
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ILLUSTRATIONS


Figure


Page


Ground water classification. . . .
Approximate extent of Floridan aquifer .
Map of piezometric surface. . . .
Approximate area of artesian flow . .
That part of Floridan aquifer that yields water
from moderate depths with a chloride content
in excess of 1000 ppm. . .....


S. 3
S. 5
. 7
S. 8


County maps showing chloride content and
location of each wildly flowing well, figures
6-27, follow page 178.


Brevard County. ... .............
Charlotte County .. .. . ...


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7.


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Figure Page
8. Clay County . . . .
9. Duval County. ...... ..... . .
10. Flagler County. . . . . .
11. Glades County . . . . ......
12. Hendry County. .......... . ....
13. Highlands County . . . ....
14. Indian River County . . . .
15. Lake County . . . ..... ..
16. Lee County. . . . ..
17. Marion County. . . . . .
18. Martin County . . . . .
19. Okeechobee County . . . ....
20. Orange County . . . . ....
21. Osceola County .. .. ......
22. Polk County . . . . . .
23. Putnam County. . . . . .
24. St. Johns County. . . . . .
25. St. Lucie County. . . . . .
26. Seminole County..... . . .....
27. Volusia County. . . . . .


TABLES

Table Page
1. Number of wells, total yield and chloride
content categories. . . . 19
2. Record of wells inventoried.... . . 29
3. Use of wells . ... .... . .. 178





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INTRODUCTION


Ground water is the most important natural resource in
Florida for industrial, municipal, agricultural, and domestic
uses. The growth in population and industry in the State has
caused an ever-increasing consumption of water, approxi-
mately eight-tenths being derived from subsurface sources.
Sufficient quantities of potable ground water have been obtain-
able over most of the State, although problems of supplyhave
arisen in certain areas.

Natural resources as readily and economically accessible
as ground water, unfortunately, are wastefully exploited.
Water conservationists have long sought legislative measures
and controls with which to conserve the water resources of
the State. The lack of public interest in supporting adequate
legislation curtailing a free and uncontrolled use of this re-
source has greatly hindered an effective conservation pro-
gram. The existing problems of ground-water supply and
the probability of those that may occur through our increasing
population and industrial trends have stimulated more com-
prehensive efforts by leading conservationists for controls
over the use of our water resources.

One of the causes of lower artesian pressure, water
waste and aquifer contamination is the misuse and insufficient
care of artesian wells. In 1953, Senate Bill No. 57, entitled
"An Act to Protect and Control the Artesian Waters of the
State" (see Appendix) became a law. This law was passed
through the efforts exerted by leading members of the Senate
and the House of Representatives, who understood the need
for a wise and controlled expenditure of our most valuable
natural resource.

The State Geologist and his authorized representatives
were designated by this law to enforce this conservation
measure; however, no financial provision was included for
the 1953-55 biennium. The proposed program of the Florida
Geological Survey for this biennium did not include the funds
nor provide any full-time personnel for the enforcement of
this statute. As a result, little actual work was accomplished





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during these two years, although much time was given to
planning and discussion of the problem.

Realizing that this program could provide additional basic
data needed in the analysis of the water-supply problem, the
State Geologist sought and was granted by the 1955 Legislature
adequate funds with which to activate the first phase of the
enforcement of Florida Statute No. 370. 051/. 054.


SUBSURFACE WATER

An understanding of the classification and occurrence of
subsurface water is important to those who have the respon-
sibility of evaluating our water-resource investigations and
of providing legislation with which to regulate the appropria-
tion of our subsurface supplies, if all the needs are to be
satisfied.

Classification

Water occurs underground in two zones: the zone of
aeration and the zone of saturation. These two zones are
separated by the water table which maybe defined as a plane
above which the voids in the rock contain both water and air
(zone of aeration) and below which all the voids are fully filled
with water (zone of saturation) (see fig. 1). The water table
conforms rather generally with the configuration of the land
surface, normally intersecting the surface of ponds, lakes
and streams.

Subsurface water is derived from rainfall, but not all of
the water that falls on the earth as precipitationbecomes sub-
surface water. Some of it remains as surface water or is
returned to the atmosphere as evaporation. That which seeps
into the subsurface is partiallyutilized bythe roots of shrubs
and trees, and the remainder percolates downward to the zone
of saturation. Only the subsurface water that reaches this
zone of saturation is available to supply wells and springs.

All the water below the ground surface is called subsur-
face water, but only that which is in the zone of saturation is





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during these two years, although much time was given to
planning and discussion of the problem.

Realizing that this program could provide additional basic
data needed in the analysis of the water-supply problem, the
State Geologist sought and was granted by the 1955 Legislature
adequate funds with which to activate the first phase of the
enforcement of Florida Statute No. 370. 051/. 054.


SUBSURFACE WATER

An understanding of the classification and occurrence of
subsurface water is important to those who have the respon-
sibility of evaluating our water-resource investigations and
of providing legislation with which to regulate the appropria-
tion of our subsurface supplies, if all the needs are to be
satisfied.

Classification

Water occurs underground in two zones: the zone of
aeration and the zone of saturation. These two zones are
separated by the water table which maybe defined as a plane
above which the voids in the rock contain both water and air
(zone of aeration) and below which all the voids are fully filled
with water (zone of saturation) (see fig. 1). The water table
conforms rather generally with the configuration of the land
surface, normally intersecting the surface of ponds, lakes
and streams.

Subsurface water is derived from rainfall, but not all of
the water that falls on the earth as precipitationbecomes sub-
surface water. Some of it remains as surface water or is
returned to the atmosphere as evaporation. That which seeps
into the subsurface is partiallyutilized bythe roots of shrubs
and trees, and the remainder percolates downward to the zone
of saturation. Only the subsurface water that reaches this
zone of saturation is available to supply wells and springs.

All the water below the ground surface is called subsur-
face water, but only that which is in the zone of saturation is





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GROUND WATER CLASSIFICATION.

Figure 1
referred to as ground water. A bed of sediment that is per-
meable enough to allow movement of this ground water to
supply wells and springs is called an aquifer.

Ground water may occur as nonartesian (water table)
water or as artesian water. Where water in an aquifer freely
rises and falls, responding to rainfall, evaporation, transpi-
ration, and withdrawal by supply wells, it is said to be under
water-table conditions. Water that has moved into a perme-
able bed that lies beneath a relatively impervious bed, called
an aquiclude, is confined and its surface is not free to rise
and fall. Water thus confined is under artesian conditions.




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Occurrence

Ground water in Florida occurs under both water-table
and artesian conditions. The largest portion of that known as
the artesian water occurs in an extensive limestone system,
called the Floridan aquifer. Where the Floridan aquifer is
absent (Santa Rosa and Escambia counties) or where this
aquifer yields water that is too highly mineralized for most
uses (along the east coast and the peninsula below Lake
Okeechobee), there are several shallow formations of rela-
tively small areal extent that provide ground water for our
use under water-table or localized artesian conditions.

Floridan Aquifer

The Floridan aquifer serves as our principal source of
ground water and it underlies the southern parts of South
Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia, and all of Florida except for
the westernmost part of the Panhandle (see fig. 2). The lime-
stone strata that comprise this aquifer underlie these states
to depths of several thousand feet. At some places, the top
of this aquifer is exposed but generally it is covered by
several hundred feet of an impervious cover composed of
sands, sandstones, dense limestones and clays which confine
the artesian water.

This aquifer serves as the source of most of the springs
in Florida, such as Silver Springs, Rainbow Springs, and
Weekiwachee Spring. Also, the Floridan aquifer is the source
of supply to nany thousands of wells in the State. Records
on part of these wells are filed with the Florida Geological
Survey in Tallahassee, or the Ground Water Branch, U. S.
Geological Survey in Tallahassee and Miami. Current ground-
water investigations are increasing the number of inventoried
wells every day.

Even though the Floridan aquifer underlies most of Flor -
ida, it does not yield fresh water throughout its extent. Nu-
merous deep wells drilled into the aquifer, many in the ex-
ploration for oil and gas, have penetrated salty water at depth.
Over a portion of the State only salty water is obtainable from
the aquifer. In the area that remains, our information indi-
cates that fresh potable ground water is underlain by salt





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water and danger exists onlyin that unwise development may
,cause the salty water to move upward and contaminate the
fresh-water reserve.





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Functions of the Floridan Aquifer

This extensive aquifer serves the water-supplyneedin a
twofold capacity. It acts as a giant reservoir, a place for
storing the excess rainfall during the wet season, and there-
fore fulfilling the need during periods of little or no rainfall.
Also, through its very nature of being a porous, permeable
limestone system, it serves as a system of pipelines trans-
mitting water from the recharge areas to areas far removed
throughout its extent, supplying water merely by the drilling
of a well.

Piezometric Surface

Water in an artesian aquifer is confinedunder pressure.
This pressure is caused bythe weight of water at higher levels
in the same zone of saturation and from the weight of over-
lying beds. The movement of ground water is down the
hydraulic gradient. This hydraulic gradient or change in
pressure is normally the result of friction losses within the
beds through which the water travels and of the release of
pressures in discharge areas.

The water level in a well that penetrates the artesian
aquifer is an expression of the pressure head in the aquifer
at that time andplace. Through the measurement of the water
levels in a number of wells that penetrate the aquifer, and by
the conversion of these water levels to heights above sea
lovel, a contour map may be prepared representing the
imaginary pressure surface (piezometric surface) of this
artesian water body. This type of map is called a piezometric
map (see fig. 3), and it serves as a basic and necessary tool
in understanding the occurrence and behavior of water in an
artesian aquifer.

By superimposing a map of the piekometric surface on a
contour (topographic) map of the land surface, we see that
over one-third of Florida- the piezometric surface is higher
than the land surface (see fig. 4). Wells drilled into the
artesian aquifer in this area will yield flowing water, except
locally where heavy drafts have reduced the piezometric
surface below land surface.
















0-, T IC SURFACE

1 HEIGHT OF
V o
WATER SURFACES IN CASED WELLS z
IN FLORIDA \

Elevation above mean sea level of the water sur-
faces in tightly cased wells piercing the Floridan '
aquifer. z
o
Data compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey in
cooperation with the Florida Geological Survey
and the Georgia Division of Mines, Mining and
Geology.


Figure 3.





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Figure 4.



SHADED PORTION REPRESENTS
APPROXIMATE AREA OF
ARTESIAN FLOW






FLORIDA
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Recharge and Discharge

Recharge or replenishment of water to the aquifer occurs
in those areas where the piezometric surface lies below the
ground surface. This would imply that over two-thirds of the
State the aquifer is being recharged (replenishedwithwater).
Even though the aquifer is being chargedthroughout this area,
the total effect of recharge to and discharge from the aquifer
is such that certain areas can be designated as essentially
discharge or recharge areas.

The smooth lines (contours) drawn through the points of


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equal pressure on the piezometric surface graphically illus-
trate the highs and lows in this surface. The highs represent
those areas in which water is being added to the aquifer in
excess of the withdrawal by supply wells or discharge through
springs. The areas represented by the valleys and saddles
in this surface are essentially discharge areas; that is, the
sum total of the water removed from the aquifer in the area
exceeds the total of the water added to the aquifer. This
removal of water results in a release or lowering of the
pressure head and shows up as lower pressure areas on the
piezometric surface.

A map of the piezometric surface also indicates the
direction of movement of ground water, which is normal to
the contours. Water in the subsurface moves from the higher
pressure areas to the lower pressure areas the same as
surface water moves from the higher elevations (hills) to the
4' lower elevations (basins).


WATER-SUPPLY PROBLEMS


Problems of ground-water supply in Florida are numerous
and varied. The importance of a water problem is based
primarily on its detriment to the largest number of people.
While some may be considered more important than others,
each should be dealt with adequately, keeping in mind its
relationship to the future development and prosperity of
Florida. The total growth of the State has multiplied the
water-supply problems many times. Emphasis should be
directed toward the expansion of water-resource investiga-
tions and inventory as the data collected are the foundation
upon which is based a lasting solution to existing problems
and the prevention of future problems.

The water levels in artesian wells fluctuate continuously.
There are many factors causing these changes, but the very
large fluctuations caused by rainfall and pumping (unnatural
discharge) are the most important. The increase and decrease
in the amount of water in the aquifer determines the extent
to which salty water will encroach or intrude upon fresh water.
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enables the fresh water to displace the salt water and float
as a lens or bubble on the depressed surface of the deeper
salty water in the aquifer, much the same way an iceberg
floats in the sea. An excessive withdrawal of part of this
fresh water lessens its weight (pressure)to the extent that it
enables the displaced salty water to move into the fresh water
domain. In many areas along both the Atlantic and Gulf coasts,
salt water has encroached or intruded into the fresh-water
aquifer. Here the problem is one of overdevelopment or over-
drainage.

Dade and Pinellas counties suffer from salt-water en-
croachment and because these counties have a large popula-
tion, the problem is of major importance. The reclamation
of land in the South Florida Glades area involved the use of
drainage canals which empty into the Atlantic Ocean along the
lower east coast. Whether these canals serve as avenues
along which salt water can move inland depends upon a com-
bination of factors, including the extent of drainage of the
inland area and the amount of rainfall. To arrest this threat
to the water supply, Miami and Dade County initiated the use
of dams to controlthe water levelin these canals. In Pinellas
County, the overdevelopment (excessive withdrawalof water)
of the aquifer has sufficiently lowered the pressure of the
fresh water in the aquifer to allow salt-water encroachment.

During the geologic past, sea levelhas stoodmuch higher
than it is today. One factor controlling the level of the sea is
the size of the polar ice caps. When these ice caps were
smaller than they are today, the water released by their
melting was sufficient to raise the sea above its present level
and inundate large portions of Florida. During these former
invasions of the sea, salty water permeated the limestone
formations. Saline residues were left in the water-bearing
formations as the sea retreatedfrom the surface of the land.
Fresh water derived from rainfall has entered the aquifer,
diluting and flushing out the salty water. Even though this
process has been going on approximately 10, 000 years, the
process of flushing is still incomplete today, leaving a large
area in which water from the Floridan aquifer is too salty for
most uses. Figure 5 represents the approximate area within
which the water contains more than 1000 ppm of chloride at





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SHADED PORTION REPRESENTS THAT .. --
PART OF FLORIDAN AQUIFER THAT
YIELDS WATER FROM MODERATE t
DEPTHS WITH A CHLORIDE CONTENT -
IN EXCESS OF 1000 PPM. m






FLORIDA





moderate depths. The problem of development where ground
water is salty as a result of natural processes should not be
confused with the problem of salt-water encroachment.

Declining water levels is problem of increasing concern
and importance. Drainage of lowlands and swamps suitable
for cultivation has contributed substantially to this problem
in that it has removed much water that was available for re-
charge. Water levels are lowered in the areas around the
well or wells that are pumped or allowed to flow and, conse-
quently, users requiring very large amounts of fresh water
have substantially lowered the level of the ground water in
the proximity of their supply wells. Lowered ground-water
levels not only cause additional pumping costs in raising the
,water to the surface, but, in those areas that have flowing
wells, they result in diminishing pressures and yields.





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Wells drilled in the artesian aquifer over about one-third
of the State will yield flowing water. Since the time of the
earliest recorded flowing well in 1885, there have been thou-
sands of wells drilled in these areas of flow. To date, many
of these wells have been abandoned with little or no precau-
tionary measures taken to stop their flow.

Along much of the east coast, scattered areas of the west
coast, and in the peninsula south of Lake Okeechobee, the
water from the Floridan aquifer is generally too salty for most
uses. In these areas the more shallow aquifers are the prin-
cipal sources of fresh water. One of the problems involved
in the use of these shallow aquifers is contamination of fresh
water through leakage from the numerous salty, flowing wells
that have been drilled into the Floridan aquifer, in search of
fresh water. At least one abandonedwell, flowing salt water,
was an unplugged oil and gas exploratory well, drilled prior
to the enactment of oil and gas regulatory laws, Florida
Statutes 377.06/.40. Unfortunately, many of the owners of
these salty flowing wells are not concerned enough to plug or
maintain them properly. The casings of many of these wells
have corroded and will continue to do so, if they are not main-
tained properly, of if they are abandoned without effective
plugging. The danger exists in that these badly corroded well
casings will enable the salty artesian water to infiltrate and
contaminate the adjacent more shallow fresh-water aquifers.
Casing that is allowed to become badly corroded below the
land surface may be extremely difficult or impossible to
repair or plug effectively.


EXISTING WATER CONSERVATION LAWS

There occurs in Florida law manyacts, both special and
general, that relate to ground-water conservation, either
directly or indirectly. These laws concern the acquisition
and disposition of water, either from surface or from sub-
surface sources; they set up methods by which the purity of
the underground waters are preserved for the protection of
public health; they establish controls to prevent the waste of
water resources; and they include many other facets of water
conservation.





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equal pressure on the piezometric surface graphically illus-
trate the highs and lows in this surface. The highs represent
those areas in which water is being added to the aquifer in
excess of the withdrawal by supply wells or discharge through
springs. The areas represented by the valleys and saddles
in this surface are essentially discharge areas; that is, the
sum total of the water removed from the aquifer in the area
exceeds the total of the water added to the aquifer. This
removal of water results in a release or lowering of the
pressure head and shows up as lower pressure areas on the
piezometric surface.

A map of the piezometric surface also indicates the
direction of movement of ground water, which is normal to
the contours. Water in the subsurface moves from the higher
pressure areas to the lower pressure areas the same as
surface water moves from the higher elevations (hills) to the
4' lower elevations (basins).


WATER-SUPPLY PROBLEMS


Problems of ground-water supply in Florida are numerous
and varied. The importance of a water problem is based
primarily on its detriment to the largest number of people.
While some may be considered more important than others,
each should be dealt with adequately, keeping in mind its
relationship to the future development and prosperity of
Florida. The total growth of the State has multiplied the
water-supply problems many times. Emphasis should be
directed toward the expansion of water-resource investiga-
tions and inventory as the data collected are the foundation
upon which is based a lasting solution to existing problems
and the prevention of future problems.

The water levels in artesian wells fluctuate continuously.
There are many factors causing these changes, but the very
large fluctuations caused by rainfall and pumping (unnatural
discharge) are the most important. The increase and decrease
in the amount of water in the aquifer determines the extent
to which salty water will encroach or intrude upon fresh water.
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The failure of the many water conservation laws is attrib-
utable to the limited comprehension of the problem andto the
restricted areal application of each law. Many, and perhaps
all, the aspects of a good law are lost in the maze of special
laws which, in most instances, have never been activated
because of failure of approval by referendum, failure to hold
a referendum, or no appropriation was made.

The Florida Geological Survey sought to have compiled a
chronological listing of existing laws to be made available to
members of the Legislature for reference, realizing that the
time available to the legislators during the session is limited
for exhaustive research of this type. The Attorney General
referred the Florida Geological Survey to the Florida Agri-
cultural and Mechanical College of Law Research Group for
assistance in this project. The following array of session
laws was compiled by that research group. This list is not
submitted as being complete, but it does serve as a good
beginning in enumerating laws pertaining to water and its
conservation.


SESSION LAWS
(The Array)


Ch. and Sec.
Year (F. S. )
1903 5198, 1
F.S. 361.02



1907 5681, 1-8






1913 6443, 1
F.S. 387


Description
AN ACT. to provide for the acquisition
of land which would be flooded by the
construction of dams erected for
water power, etc., 'i
AN ACT establishing a Geological
Survey for the State of Florida, ** *
(requiring a report en tge progress of
surveys and explorations of the min-
erals, water supply and other natural
resources ,of the State).
AN ACT to preserve the purityof the
underground waters of the State of
Florida for the protection of public
health (empowering and providing
duties for the State Board of Health),
etc.





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1913 6458, 26,
48, 52
F.S. 298


40,


1917 7706


1929 14581







1935 16785






16786






16787






1945 22935


AN ACT relating to the creation, or-
ganization and maintenance of drain-
age districts (empowering District
Board of Supervisors), etc.
AN ACT authorizing the City of Jack-
sonville to regulate the boring of
artesian wells (empowering and pro-
viding duties for the City Council),
etc.
AN ACT regulating the drilling and
operation of wells and the conserva-
tion of water, petroleum and natural
gas of Florida of counties (having a
stated population) and providing for
the supervision thereof by the State
Geologist.
AN ACT to require owners of artesian
and flowing wells and oil and gas wells
in Manatee and Sarasota counties, to
control the flow of water therefrom
(empowering the Board of County
Commissioners), etc.
AN ACT to require owners of artesian
and flowing wells to control the flow
of water therefrom; *** within the
limits of Seminole County, Florida
(empowering the Board of County
Commissioners), etc.
AN ACT to require owners of artesian
and flowing wells to control the flow
of water therefrom; *** within the
limits of Sarasota County, Florida
(empowering the Board of County
Commissioners), etc.
AN ACT relating to water conserva-
tion districts in each county (of stated
population), and (establishing and
defining the powers and duties of said
Boards thereof).





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Wells drilled in the artesian aquifer over about one-third
of the State will yield flowing water. Since the time of the
earliest recorded flowing well in 1885, there have been thou-
sands of wells drilled in these areas of flow. To date, many
of these wells have been abandoned with little or no precau-
tionary measures taken to stop their flow.

Along much of the east coast, scattered areas of the west
coast, and in the peninsula south of Lake Okeechobee, the
water from the Floridan aquifer is generally too salty for most
uses. In these areas the more shallow aquifers are the prin-
cipal sources of fresh water. One of the problems involved
in the use of these shallow aquifers is contamination of fresh
water through leakage from the numerous salty, flowing wells
that have been drilled into the Floridan aquifer, in search of
fresh water. At least one abandonedwell, flowing salt water,
was an unplugged oil and gas exploratory well, drilled prior
to the enactment of oil and gas regulatory laws, Florida
Statutes 377.06/.40. Unfortunately, many of the owners of
these salty flowing wells are not concerned enough to plug or
maintain them properly. The casings of many of these wells
have corroded and will continue to do so, if they are not main-
tained properly, of if they are abandoned without effective
plugging. The danger exists in that these badly corroded well
casings will enable the salty artesian water to infiltrate and
contaminate the adjacent more shallow fresh-water aquifers.
Casing that is allowed to become badly corroded below the
land surface may be extremely difficult or impossible to
repair or plug effectively.


EXISTING WATER CONSERVATION LAWS

There occurs in Florida law manyacts, both special and
general, that relate to ground-water conservation, either
directly or indirectly. These laws concern the acquisition
and disposition of water, either from surface or from sub-
surface sources; they set up methods by which the purity of
the underground waters are preserved for the protection of
public health; they establish controls to prevent the waste of
water resources; and they include many other facets of water
conservation.






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1947 23974
F.S. 168. 14ff



24283







1951 26994
26995
26996


1953 28253
F.S. 370.051ff





29594









1955 29748


AN ACT for the protection of the
public water supplyof cities, etc., of
this State (empowering certain public
water works).
AN ACT to amend Ch. 373, F. S.
1941, by the addition of Sec. 373. 27,
to provide that the State Board of
Conservation shall collaborate with
other state agencies (to keep abreast
the "ground"and "surface "water con-
ditions of the State).
AN ACT (S)to protect and control the
artesian waters of all counties of the
State of Florida, having a population
not more than (designated in each
chapter); providing duties of certain
State (State Geologist) and county
officers in regard thereto; and pro-
viding a penalty for the violation of
this Act.
AN ACT to protect and control the
artesian waters of the State; provid-
ing duties of certain State (State Geol-
ogist) and county officers in regard
thereto; and providing a penalty for
the violation of this Act.
AN ACT creating a Fresh Water Con-
servation Board in and for the terri-
tory embraced in the Halifax Special
Road and Bridge District in Volusia
County, Florida, for the purpose of
conserving and developing the supply
of potable water in and under the terri-
tory ***, etc.

AN ACT declaring the water policy
of Florida and creating a Water Re-
sources Study Commission.





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Previous mention has been made in this report concerning
the drainage of land in Florida, but only in its relationship to
salt-water encroachment. In 1913, the Florida Legislature
authorized (Session Laws, Ch. 6458) the creation of drainage
districts within the State. To date, well over half a hundred
of these districts have been established, either as provided
in Session Laws, 1913, Chapter 6458, or through subsequent
legislative action. The drainage of billions of gallons of water
from many acres of land, undoubtedly has contributed to the
lower ground-water pressures we have todayin some areas.

Contrary to the laws concerning land reclamation, there
are laws which facilitate ground-water conservation. Even
though the context of Florida Statute No. 361. 02 is not con-
cerned specifically with groundwater, it is applicable because
it provides for a means of recharge to the aquifer through the
creation of lakes by the erection of dams. Also there are
listedin the array, acts which pertain specificallyto the pro-
tection of artesian water and the control of waste of artesian
water r.


CURRENT PROGRAM

Florida Statute No. 370. 051/. 054 provides for the final
disposition of all artesian wells coming under the jurisdiction
of this law. No final solution of any problem dealing with the
water resources of the State canbe hadwithout first gathering
data on the various aspects concerning the water supply. These
pertinent facts must be observed, recorded and correlated,
since these operations constitute the first stepupon which the
remainder of the program depends.

During the planning stages of the current program it was
estimated that the time required to complete an inventory of
all artesian wells in the State would exceed the interim, 1955-
57. However, it did seem advisable to undertake an inventory,
primarily, of wildly flowing wells as the first phase of the
program. It was preferred that a well-inventory program
be initiated that would provide enough data to determine the
extent of the problem by the time the 1957 Legislature con-
vened. In outlining a well-inventory program to meet this





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requirement, the following conditions were considered:
(1) that the data collected would, very likely, be used in the
enforcement of Florida Statute No. 370. 051/.054; (Z) that the
data collected would be included in the report to be furnished
the Legislature; and (3) that the program should encompass
as much of the State as possible and be representative, if not
comprehensive.

Procedure

The process of data gathering is termed well inventory
(see Appendix) and the data gathered on each well inventoried
included: landowner and accurate location of the well; topog-
raphy and elevation; well construction; temperature of the
water and the water level; yield and use; chloride content of
the water; and remarks.

A record of only a small percentage of supply wells in
the State is available in State agency files. Consequently, the
existence of any wells not used or maintained in accordance
with the law had to be established and their location recorded
for future reference. Part of the process of determining the
location of a well was to establish the owner or person con-
trolling the real estate upon which the well is located.

A knowledge of the topography (land configuration) in the
vicinity of the well and the elevation at the well site is neces-
sary for a complete and accurate geo-hydrologic interpretation
of the data collected.

It is necessary that complete information on the well con-
struction be recorded for future use. The field investigator
records the type, i. e., dug, drilled, etc., the total depth, the
amount and size of casing used, and supplies a diagram of the
well on the back of the well schedule. The aquifer yielding
the water flowing from each well is an important part of the
basic data to be considered in a study of the water-resource
problem. For this, the total depth of the well was measured
andused as a datum to locate the source of water. The diame-
ter of a well is part of the data used in determining the yield
andin concluding the steps necessaryto correct any violation
Qf the law.





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The temperature is an additional aid in determining the
aquifer from which the water is derived, and the level of the
water in the well, or pressurehead inflowing wells, is useful
in checking the piezometric surface.

The rate of discharge, or yield, is needed for each well
in the consideration of the total amount of water wasted through
inadequately controlled flowing wells. As some freely flow-
ing wells are exempt under the law, it was necessaryto know
the use to which the water is assigned.

A sample of water was collected from each well in-
ventoried and the chloride content (parts per million) was
determined. The hydrologist uses the chloride content as an
indicator in detecting salt-water intrusion. The quality of
fresh water is important since health authorities have placed
an upper chloride limit of 250 parts per million on water used
for public supply. Also, the farmer must know the chloride
content of his irrigation water to control the concentration of
deleterious salts in his soils or to use as a guide in selecting
a crop which would not be damaged by the water. Table 1
gives the chloride data for each county and figures 6-27 show
the location of all wells and their chloride classification.

In the final analysis and correlation of the basic data
collected at each well, some factors are always necessary
that are not provided for in the standard well schedule sheet.
The field investigator, therefore, must record those miscel-
laneous conditions and facts which would be pertinent in the
final analysis of the investigation.

Status of Well Inventory

Considerable progress has been made to date in the well-
inventory program. Twenty-four counties have been investi-
gated but only 22 are discussed. Because only one wildly
flowing well was located in Nassau and Palm Beach counties,
they will not be included in this interim report. In Dade,
Broward, Collier and Monroe counties the principle source
of water is from localized artesian aquifers and from the
nonartesian, Biscayne aquifer. Because of the relatively few
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TABLE 1. NUMBER OF WELLS, TOTAL YIELD, AND CHLORIDE
CONTENT CLASSIFICATION FOR EACH COUNTY
INVESTIGATED.

No. of
Inventoried Total Chloride Content
Wildly Flowing Flow (parts per million)
County Wells (gpm) 0-250 251-500 501-1000 1000+

Brevard 58 4,491 0 4 23 13
Charlotte 57 3,963 4 4 23 24
Clay 14 280 12 0 0 0
Duval 21 466 21 0 0 0
Flagler 20 1,563 1 1 3 10
Glades 21 890 5 6 3 5
Hendry 28 1, 198 2 2 8 13
Highlands 24 298 7 0 0 0
Indian River 41 3,370 4 15 18 0
Lake 32 313 12 1 6 9
Lee 118 5,665 10 22 70 14
Marion 13 60 12 1 0 0
Martin 12 1, 575 0 2 4 6
Okeechobee 14 1,032 9 2 2 1
Orange 14 352 2 5 4 0
Osceola 63 686 19 2 7 1
Polk 13 185 9 0 0 0
Putnam 75 1,945 67 3 ] 0
St. Johns 37 2,831 21 6 3 2
St. Lucie 25 2,245 1 10 12 0
Seminole 169 3,547 45 25 48 47
Volusia 99 807 33 18 12 28






necessary to investigate them thoroughly, it was not con-
sidered judicious to gather data from this area for inclusion
in this report. The area should be investigated during the
1957-59 biennium as there will be sufficient time to complete
the inventory of all freely flowing wells.

The wells discussedas wildly flowing wells include those
abandoned and flowing, those used mainly for irrigation and
livestock whichare permitted to flow continuously, and those
that have been provided with valves which are now inoperative
to some degree, permitting leakage. The details of this
information are available in Table 2.





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Previous mention has been made in this report concerning
the drainage of land in Florida, but only in its relationship to
salt-water encroachment. In 1913, the Florida Legislature
authorized (Session Laws, Ch. 6458) the creation of drainage
districts within the State. To date, well over half a hundred
of these districts have been established, either as provided
in Session Laws, 1913, Chapter 6458, or through subsequent
legislative action. The drainage of billions of gallons of water
from many acres of land, undoubtedly has contributed to the
lower ground-water pressures we have todayin some areas.

Contrary to the laws concerning land reclamation, there
are laws which facilitate ground-water conservation. Even
though the context of Florida Statute No. 361. 02 is not con-
cerned specifically with groundwater, it is applicable because
it provides for a means of recharge to the aquifer through the
creation of lakes by the erection of dams. Also there are
listedin the array, acts which pertain specificallyto the pro-
tection of artesian water and the control of waste of artesian
water r.


CURRENT PROGRAM

Florida Statute No. 370. 051/. 054 provides for the final
disposition of all artesian wells coming under the jurisdiction
of this law. No final solution of any problem dealing with the
water resources of the State canbe hadwithout first gathering
data on the various aspects concerning the water supply. These
pertinent facts must be observed, recorded and correlated,
since these operations constitute the first stepupon which the
remainder of the program depends.

During the planning stages of the current program it was
estimated that the time required to complete an inventory of
all artesian wells in the State would exceed the interim, 1955-
57. However, it did seem advisable to undertake an inventory,
primarily, of wildly flowing wells as the first phase of the
program. It was preferred that a well-inventory program
be initiated that would provide enough data to determine the
extent of the problem by the time the 1957 Legislature con-
vened. In outlining a well-inventory program to meet this





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For those counties having a relatively large aggregate
discharge, it should be noted that these high yields are not
attributable entirely to an exceedingly large number of aban-
doned flowing wells, but also to a large number of wells that
have unrestricted, continuous flows (see Table 3) used for
irrigation and livestock (primarily cattle).
There, no doubt, are some abandoned flowing wells in
the investigated areas that were not inventoried. The success
or failure in locating those wells restedprimarily on informa-
tion received from local residents, from field searching by
the investigators, and from agricultural and conservation
agents working in the area. It is, therefore, obvious that the
process of locating a well, often is more time consuming than
the well inventory itself.

Every possible effort was made to gather complete data
at each well, but this was not possible in every case. Table
2 shows the inventory, completed up to February 1, 1957.





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SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS

Enumerated below is a summary of the progress made
on this investigation as outlined previously:
1. Data have been collected on 967 wildly flowing wells
in 22 counties.
2. Chloride determinations have been run on 850 of the
967 wells.
3. Of the 967 wells, 554 have chlorides in excess of the
250 ppm, the upper limit assigned bythe State Board
of Health for public consumption.
4. Water escapes at the rate of 37, 762 gallons per minute
from these 967 wells. This amounts to 54, 377, 280
gallons per day.

The investigation is incomplete at this time; therefore,
no final conclusions can be reached. However, from data
already collected, the following recommendations are pro-
posed:
1. That the present inventory of wildly flowing wells be
completed for the entire State.
2. That the current inventory of wildly flowing wells be
expanded at the conclusion of the present inventory
to include all flowing wells.
3. That a complete statewide inventory program be
established and conducted in cooperation with the
Ground Water Branchof the U.S. Geological Survey.
4. That the enforcement functions as set down in Sections
370.051/.054, Florida Statutes, be separated from
the program to collect water-resource data and that
these functions be given to the Water Resources
Department, if such is created (to be recommended
by the Water Resources Study Commission in a water
policy law presented to the 1957 Legislature).
5. That the research phase (well inventory) of the pro-
gram remain under the direction of the Florida Geo-
logical Survey.





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APPENDIX

SELECTED GLOSSARY

Aeration, zone of The zone above the water table in which
interstices (voids) in the rocks or sediments are partly
filled with air.

Aquiclude A rock or sediment which, although porous and
capable of absorbing water slowly, will not transmit it
fast enough to furnish an appreciable supply for a well or
spring. Serves as confining layer above artesian aquifer.

Aquifer A rock or sediment of specific hydrologic and geo-
logic characteristics, whose interstices or openings are
filledwith water that is transmittedin sufficient quantity
to supply wells or springs.

Artesian head See piezometric surface.

Artesian well A well penetrating an artesian aquifer in
which the static water level stands above the point of
penetration of the aquifer.

Chloride (Cl) An abundant constituent of sea water, dis-
solved in small quantities from rock materials. Chloride,
like sodium, with which it forms NaCl (common salt) has
little effect on water unless in sufficient quantity to give
salty taste, to be corrosive to pipe or harmful to plants.

Discharge area Area in which water is discharged directly
from the zone of saturation upon the land or into a body
of surface water.

Drawdown Lowering of water level by pumping.

Encroachment, salt-water Movement of salty water into a
fresh-water domain.

Ground water Water that occurs beneath the surface of the
earth in the zone of saturation.

Hydraulic gradient a profile showing the static level of water
at all points on the profile. The water table registers the
hydraulic gradients of free ground water, and the pres-
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Permeability The capacity of water-bearing material to
transmit water.

Piezometric surface An imaginary surface indicating the
height to which water will rise in tightly cased artesian
wells.

Pressure surface See piezometric surface.

Recharge area That area where the aquifer naturally re-
ceives (replenishes) its water.

Salt-water contamination Mixing of salty water with fresh
water.

Salt-water intrusion See encroachment.

Saturation, zone of The zone below the water table in which
all interstices are filled with ground water.

Subsurface water All water occurring below the ground
surface.

Water table The upper surface of the body of free water
which completely fills all openings in material sufficiently
pervious to permit percolation.





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CHAPTER 28253, 1953 LAWS OF FLORIDA

AN ACT to protect and control the Artesian Waters of the
State; providing duties of certain State and county officers
in regard thereto; and providing a penalty for the viola-
tion of this Act.

Be It Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Florida:

Section 1. Everyperson, stock company, association or
corporation, county or municipality, owning or controlling the
real estate upon which is located a flowing artesian well in
this state, shall, within ninety (90) days after the passage of
this act, provide each such well with a valve capable of con-
trolling the discharge from such well, and shall keep such
valve so adjustedthat only such supply of water shallbe avail-
able as is necessary for ordinary use by the owner, tenant,
occupant or person in control of said land for personal use
and in conducting his business.

Section 2. The owner, tenant, occupant or person in
control of an artesian well who shall allow the same to flow
continuously without a valve, or mechanical device for check-
ing or controlling the flow, or shall permit the water to flow
unnecessarily, or shall pump a well unnecessarily, or shall
permit the water from such well to go to waste, shall be
guiltyof a misdemeanor and subject to the penalties provided
by law.

Section 3. For the purposes of this act, an artesian well
is defined as an artificial hole in the ground from which water
supplies may be obtained and which penetrates any water
bearing rock, the water in which is raised to the surface by
natural flow, or which rises to an elevation above the top of
the water bearing bed. Artesian wells are defined further to
include all holes, drilledas a source of water, that penetrate
any water bearing beds that are a part of the artesian water
system of Florida, as determined by representatives of the
Florida geological survey.

Section 4. Waste is defined for the purposes of this act
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from, or being pumped from an artesian well to run into any
river, creek, or other natural watercourse or channel, or
into anybayor pond (unless used thereafter for the beneficial
purposes of irrigation of land, mining or othe-r industrial
purposes of domestic use), or into any street, road or high-
way, or upon the land of any person, or upon the public lands
of the United States, or of the State of Florida, unless it be
used thereon for the beneficial purposes of the irrigation
thereof, industrial purposes, domestic use, or the propaga-
tion of fish. The use of any water flowing from an artesian
well for the irrigation of land shall be restricted to a mini-
mum by the use of proper structural devices in the irrigation
system.

Section 5. The state geologist, assistant geologists, or
any authorized representative of the Florida state geological
survey, the sheriff or any deputy sheriff, shall have access
to all wells in the state with the consent of the owner.

Should any well be not provided with a valve as required
in section one (1) of this act, or should any well be allowed
to flow in violation of section two (2) of this act, then and in
such event, the state geologist, assistant geologists, or any
authorized representative of the Florida state geological sur-
vey, or the sheriff or any deputy sheriff shall, upon being
informed of such fact, give notice to the owner to correct
such defect, and if the same be not corrected within ten (10)
days thereafter, shall have authority to install the necessary
valve or cap upon such well and control the flow therefrom in
accord with the provisions of section one (1) and two (2) of
this act. The cost of such installation of such valve and the
control of the flow from such wells if made by such officials
shall be at the expense of the owner, and for the payment
thereof, the agency or party incurring the expense shall have
a lien upon the lands upon which such well is located. Said
lien may be duly recorded in the public records in counties
wherein such lands are located and maybe enforced by fore-
closure in the circuit courts of the circuit wherein such lands
are located. In suchforeclosure proceedings, the court shall
allow a reasonable attorney's fee to the plaintiff for the prepa-
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incident to the foreclosure of same. Suchliens shallbe assign-
able both before and after recording, and the assignee thereof
shall have all authority of foreclosure which the assignor
thereof originally had.

Section 6. Nothing in this act shallbe construed to apply
to an artesian well feeding a lake already in existence prior
to the passage of this act, which lake is used or intended to
be used for public bathing and/or the propagation of fish,
where the continuous flow of water is necessary to maintain
its purity for bathing and the water level of said lake for fish.

Section 7. All laws and parts of laws in conflict with
this act are hereby repealed.

Section 8. This act shall take effect immediately upon
becoming a law.

Became a law without the Governor's approval.


Filed in Office Secretary of State June 15, 1953.






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WATER RESOURCES INVESTIGATION

WELL SCHEDULE
Date ...----- ..........-.----------------------., 19........ Field No. -
Record by .___......___.......---------- _..-----------...-------... Office No. ---....-
Source of data .-. .................---------.-----...........

1. Location: State ------------.... -------.... County ---------------
Map ---.--------- ....------------------------------
....--.- X ----- X sec. ..-- T ----- N R ---- ---- W
2. Owner: -------.......-------------..- Address -----.......- .....------- -----
Tenant --..........--------------------.- Address ..--..----------.. ---- -------
Driller .......----------...........------.... Address -------.--...- ----
3. Topography.----------.. --.. ...-- --------------
4. Elevation ---------ft. above ---
below -----------------------..
5. Type: Dug, drilled, driven, bored, jetted -- 19 _
6. Depth: Rept.........---- ---- ft. Meas. --------- ft.
7. Casing: Diam. -----in., to ----in., Type ----..
Depth .----... ft., Finish ...............------------ ---
8. Chief Aquifer ...--------..... .....-------------. From .- ...---- ft. to --------- ft.
Others -..-..........--....-----------------------------------
1 above
9. Water level ---------....-- ft. rept. --.-.-..-19b.. b aelow-
.. ...n ea s. ---- ---- ----...o w.- ---- ---- --.
--.....--..----- ------------------..which is .....----..---- ft. above surface
10. Pump: Type ------------ Capacity ..--..-----. G. M. -------
Power: Kind --- --------------- Horsepower ....--------...-----...
11. Yield: Flow .. -----G. M., Pump ------- G.M., Meas., Rept.Est....----...
Drawdown ------ ft. after ------- hours pumping .....--------------- G. M.
12. Use: Dom., Stock, PS., RR., Ind., Irr., Obs. ..---------..-----------------------
Adequacy, permanence ..---- ..--........----.---- -----------------------
13. Quality ------------------............................... Temp .--............ F.
Yes
Taste, odor, color .........----..----------------- Sample No ..----.
Unfit for .......-------------------.------------ --------------
14. Remarks: (Log, Analyses, etc.) -------------------------- ---------------



FROM U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE -- FORM 9-185
FROM U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE FORM 185





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SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY


Bishop, E. W.
1956


Cooper, H. H.
1950


Heath, Ralph
1954



Parker, G. G.
1955


Geology and Ground-Water Resources of
Highlands County, Florida, Florida Geol.
Survey Report of Investigations No. 15.


and Stringfield, V. T.
Ground Water in Florida, Florida
Survey Information Circular No. 3.


Geol.


Ground-Water Resources of Pinellas County,
Florida, Florida Geol. Survey Report of
Investigations No. 1Z.

and others
Water Resources of Southeastern Florida,
U.S. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper 1255.





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TABLE 2


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BREVARD COUNTY

B-I 0. 5 mi S of N city limits Scottamore on US 1, W. 0. Klbee 7/19/56 --- 3 72.0
then 1.6 mi E on graded road. Well is 30 yds Geneva, Fla.
right of road and 130 yde W of railroad cross-
ing. Sec 12,T20S.R35E.

B-2 6. I mi W of US 1, Mime, on Fla 46, then S W, B. Kaiser ado 35 ZJ 74.0
4. 5 ml on lane to well. Well is 380 yds N of Mime, Fla.
St Johns River. SW}SWI sec 31, TZIS, R34E.

B-) 10 yde S of B-2. SWWSW) sec 31, T21S, R34E. do do 30 2 74.0

B-5 7% yds S and 150 yds E of B-2. NW*NW) sec Seminole Cattle do --- I2 73.5
6. TLZS, R34E. Co., Ocala, Fla.

B-7 375 yds Sol B-Z. SWINWi sec 6, T22S, R34E. do do --- 2 73.0


B-8 S yde N of rla 50 at St Johns River. SWISWI do do --- 3 76.0
sec 28, TZZS, R34E.

B-l1 0. 5 ml N of Jet of Fla 515 and US 1, then 50 Rebecca Thatcher 7/23/56 --- 4 77.0
yds E. Well is IS ft from Indian River Sharpes, Fla.
between 2 houses. NWiSEK sec 30, T23S,
R36E.

B-12 6. 6 mi W of US 1, Malabar, on Fla 314, then J. M. Glenn do --- 4 79.0
0. 25 mi N on paved road. Well Is 8 yds W of Melbourne, Fla.
road. SEISE saec 36. T28S, R36E.

B-13 1.65 mi W of US 1, Palm Bay, on Carter Ave. Earnest Drowdy 7/24/56 --- 2 76.5
Well is 20 yds N of road between 3 buildings. Palm Bay, Fla.
SEtNEt see 22, T28S, R37E.

B-14 2. 3 mi W of US 1, Palm Bay, on Carter Ave. Mrs. J. M. Studor do 480 3 77.0
Well is 5 yds S of road. NW)NW* sec 21, Tinley Park, 11l.
TZSS, R37E.

B-1 0. 52 ml S of Turkey Creek, Palm Bay, on C. D. Strobridge do 1,365 14 79.0
US 1, then 0. 65 mi W on lane to house with 2 Melbourne, Fla.
adj buildings. Well is 40 yds W of house.
SEiSWI sec 24, T2ZS. R37E.

B-16 6.0 mi W of US 1, Melbourne, on US 192, W. N. Creel do --- 4 76.0
then 3. 5 mi N on Fla 511. Well is 2 yds E of Eau Gallie, Fla.
road. SEiSWi sec 14. T27S, R36E.

B-17 4.0 mi W of US 1, Eau Gallie, on Fla 511, Brantley Dairy do 550 2 76.0
then 2. 3 mi N on graded road. Well Is 75 yde Eau Gallie, Fla.
C of road between 2 buildings. SWiNE*
eec 2, T27S, R36E.








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


4.5 Top of csg. 4 N 2,200 Open csg., obstruction at 4'
1. 3' a.l.a.



-4 S 1,680 Open cag.



.- --- 5 S 1,640 Open ce(.

4.3 Top of cag. 8 N 1,600 Free flow from reducer
0.8' a.l..

0. 5 Top of 2" ell. 2 P 1,600 Free flow from 2" outlet
0.2' a. 1. .

16.0 Top of cag. 3 N 1,880 Valve partially open, flows
10' a. l.. constantly

30 N 4,040 Valve inoperative, wild flow




--- 2.5 S 720 Valve inoperative, wild flow



13.8 Top of csg. 30 D 640 Valve inoperative, wild flow
1' a.1. S


-25 S 680 No valves, wild flow into pond



2,000 N 600 Open csg.




20.5 Top of csg. 12 N 560 Open csg., obstruction at 11'



8.0 Top of csg. 30 S 480 Valve inoperative, wild flow




la. 1, above land surface; b. 1. below land surface

D domestic; I irrigation; In industrial; N none; P pond; S stock







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BREVARD COUNTY (continued)

8-18 4.85 mi W of US 1, Melbourne, on US 192. Rotkers Dairy 7/25/56 --- 2 77.5
Well is 60 yde N of road and 18 yde E of Melbourne, Fla.
building. SElNW) sec 1, T28S, R36E.

B- 19 6.0 mi W of Melbourne, 40 yds E, and 250 Roger Ellis do --- 4 79.0
yde S of Jet of Fla 511 and US 192. Melbourne, Fla.
NE4SW* sec 3, TZSS, R36E.

B-20 4. 3 mi W of US I, Eau Gallie, on Fla 511. Gleason Bros. Co. do --- 1) 77.0
Continue W 0. 3 mi on graded road, then N Eau Gallie, Fla.
to Lake Washington Road (graded). Then W
on Lake Washington Road 1.4 mi. Well is
150 yds S of road on S side of house.
SEiNW- see 16, T27S, R36E.

B-21 3. 5 mi W of US 1, Eau Gallie, on Fla 511, Andrew Duda do --- 2
then 3. 8 mi N on graded road. Well is E of Oviedo, Fla,
road. NWNWI sec 35, T26S, R36E.

B-22 4. Z mi W of US 1, Melbourne, on US 192, W. D. Billingsley do 110 2 77.0
then 2. 0 ml S on Fla 509. Well is 75 yds E Melbourne, Fla.
of road and 30 yds S of building. SWINW1
sec 18, T28S, R37E.

B-23 from railroad crossing on Fla 511, Eau Mrs. Law do --- 2 77.0
Gallie, go E 75 yds, then N 15 yda, then E Eau Gallie, Fla.
9 yds to well. Sec 16, T27S, R37E.

B-24 0. 85 mi W of intersection of Fla 511 and H. A. Slater do --- 6 75.5
US 192 (6 mi W of Melbourne), then N 20 yds Gaitherebury,
to well. SEINW4 sec 3, T28S, R36E. Md.

B-25 4.73 ml W of US 1, Eau Gallie, on Fla 511. Brmmislawa Lojko do 264 2 75.5
Well is 25 yds W of road. NWiNWl sec 23, Orlando, Fla.
T27S, R36E.

B-26 1.65 mi W of US I. Micco, on graded road, R. J. Wildon 7/26/56 --- 4'
then 2.0 ml S on lane. Well is W of road. Micco, Fla.
SW)SW* sec 10, T30S, R38E.

B-27 70 yde S of N city limits of Grant on US 1, Couih Mfg. Co. do 600+ 12
then E to building on bank of Indian River. Grant, Fla.
Well is in NW corner of building. SEINE1
sec 28, T29S, R38E.

B-Z8 1. 65 mi S of S city limits of Malabar on US 1, C. W. Nelson do 360 2 76.5
then W 100 yda. Well is 10 yds N of building. Melbourne, Fla.
NE1NWI sec 8, T29S, R38E.

B-29 77 mi N of Fla 511, Eau Gallie, on US 1 to H. C. Gillis do 350 4 77.5
driveway across hwy from Broad View Motor Eau Gallie, Fla.
Court. Well is 10 yds NE of drive entrance.
NW1NE) sec 5, TZ7S. R37E.

B-)0 1. 65 mi W of US 1, Micco, on graded road to South Dade Farms do --- 2 76.0
lane with gate. Well is 50 yds S and 50 yde W Homestead, Fla.
of gate. NE~NW1 sec 15, T30S, R38E.








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


-I 5

o o



04














-- 2 N 560 No valves, wild flow from
outlets





--- --- 3 N --- Open cg.



15.7 Top of cag. 34 S 680 Valve inoperative, wild flow
0.8' a. s.



11.8 Top of spigot 3 D 600 Spigot valve broken off,
outlet, 1.2' a.1. wild flow


23.5 Top of csg. 35 S 560 Valve inoperative, wild flow
1.5' a.1. s.


5.8 Top of csg. 2 N 600 Open ceg.
0.5' al. s.


-- 75 I --- Valve works, flows constantly



--- --- In 600





32.0 Top of csg. 50 D 600 Free flow from 2" outlet in
-0.4' b. s. P fountain


6 I 600 Valve inoperative, wild flow




-- 10 N 400 Valve inoperative, casing split







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TABLE 2. WELL RECORDS



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5-31 2.05 mi W of US 1, Micco, on graded road. South Dade Farms 7/Z6/56 380 2 77.0
Well is 20 yde S of road. SWINEI sec 1, Homestead, Fla.
T30S, R38E.
B-32 5.05 mi W of US 1, Micco, on graded road. do udo 165 2 76.0
Well is 35 yde S of road. NESSEI sec 13,
T30,. R37E.

B-33 6.6 mi W of US 1, Micco, on graded road. do do 340 2 78.0
Well is 35 yds S of road. NESE) seec 14,
T30S, R37E.

B-34 8.55 m W of US 1, Micco, on graded road. do do --- 2 77.0
Well is 30 yds S of road. NE*SWE sec 16,
T30S, R37E.

-3 10. 35 mi W of US 1, Micco, on graded road. do do --- 2 78.5
Well is 35 yde S of road. NWZSWI sec 17,
T30S, R37E.

B-36 10.85 mi W of US 1, Micco, on graded road, do do --- 6 76.0
then S along levee 200 yds. Well is on W side
of levee. SWISE* sec 18, T30S, R37E.

B-37 7.09 mi S jet of Fla 515 and US 1, then E W. W. Lilge 7/27/56 350 6 78.0
15 yds. Well is in SW section of building. Eau Gallie, Fla.
NWINWI sec 32, T268, R37E.

8-38 40 yde S and 60 yds E of B-37. SE*NW* T. D. McGee do 287 3 77.5
eec 32, T26S, R37E. Eat Gallie, Fla.

B-39 0.9 mi W Jet of Fla 520 and US 1, then 1.75 Miracle House do --- 4 75.5
mi S on risk Blvd to Barton Ave. Well is Corp.
15 yds E and 10 yds N of intersection. St. Petersburg,
SWiSE*SEZ sec 5, T25S, R36E. Fla.

B-40 3.6 mi E St Johns River bridge on Fla 520. Well A.V. Parrish do --- li 79.0
is 30 yds S of hwy. NWiNW1 sec 34, T24S, R35E. Cocoa, Fla.

USGS 3 mi S of Eau Gallie PO on US 1. Well is on City of 5- 511 6 79.0
W-9 W side hwy. NEISW1 sec 21, T27S, R37E. Eau Oallie, Fla.

USGS 2. 5 mi W of US I, City Point, on graded road. Wineburg Place -* -- l
196 NWINEI sec 14, T24S, R35E. Eau Gallie, Fla.

USGS Well is in field at NE intersection of Orlando Atlantic --- --- 3
277 Avocado and Poinsettia ate, Cocoa. NEISEI Beach Co.
sec 33, T24S, R36E. Cocoa, Fla.

USGS 6. 2 mi E of St Johns River on Fla 520, then L. B. Fenner --- ---
)23 NW on county road 333 yds. Well is on W Cocoa, Fla.
side of road in woods. NEISE4 sec 25,
T24S, R35E.

USGS 0.4 mi N of USGS 323. SEiNEI sec 25, do --- 33 14
335 T24S, R35E.








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


15.7 Top of 2" valve 30 N 480 Valve partially open, flows
constantly

------50 N 5O Valve inoperative, wild flow



--- 10 S 680 Valve inoperative wld flow



--- --- 35 S 760 Valve inoperative, wild flow



23.5 Top of 2" valve 60 S 760 Valve partially open, flows
2. 51 a.1. a. constantly


--- --- 200 S 840 Valve inoperative, flows

I constantly

--- --- 680 Valve noperatve, wld 590



15.9 Top of co2"g. 25 D 580 Valve partially open, flows

constantly

8.3 Top of csg. 7 N 890 Valve broken, wild flow
2' a. 1. s.



--- --- 12 S --- Valve inoperative, wild flow


--- --- 800 --- --- Open csg.


Wild flow


--- --- --- --- 1, 110 Csg. broken off, wild flow



--- --- --- --- 1, 325 Csg. broken off, wild flow




S 1, 375 Wild flow
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Br- NWE sec 6, T9S, R38E Est.
6




USCGS II.2 mi S of Melbourne Beach on PFla A1A. H. Rodenheaver 4/22/47 ---
Br- NWiSEi sec 36, T29S, R38E. Est.
517 Melbourne, Fla.

USGS 6. 5 mi W St Johns River on Fla 500. Well is M. H. Raulerson 5/12/47 --- 4
606 on NW side of house. SW4NEk sec 31,T27S, Melbourne, Fla.
RISE.

USGS i. S mi W of City Point. NW4NE4 sec 17, T24S, El Pico Ranch --- --- 4 75.0
195 RJ5E. Winter Garden,
Fla.

USGS 1.9 mi W US I on county road, then 2.0 mi S Caney 4/30/47 --- 2
190 on land road. Well in heavy growth of Eau Gallie
cabbage palms. NEISW* sec 17, T27S, R37E.

B-50 8 mi E of Nittaw, Osceola Co, on US 441 at C, W. Adams 8/13/56 285 3 75.5
Osceola-Brevard Co line. SWISWI sac 18, Auburndale, Fla.
T29S, RS3E.

B-I I 1. 7 mi SE of B-50. SEWSWI sec Z0, T29S; do do 228 3 76.5
RISE.

B-52 2.8 mi NE of B-50. NEISW1 sec 9, TZ9S, do do --- 2 77.0
RISE.

B-r,4 I. 5 mi S of B-51. SW4NW1 sec 32, T29S, do do 272 3 75.0
RI5E.

B-54 i. s mi SE of B-53. NWSW1 sec 15, T30S do do --- 4
R IE.

B-55 0. 5 mi S of Kenansville, Osceola Co., on Padrick Prop. 8/14/56 --- 6 75.0
US 441, then E 11.4 mi on lane, then S 0.9 Ranch
mi by levee. Well is E of levee. SE4NW4 Ft. Pierce,
sec L7, T30S. R35E. Fla.

B-i6 0. 7 mi S of B-55. Sec 27, T30S, R35E. do 'do --- 4 76.0

B-57 0 S mi S of Kenanaville on US 441, then E do do --- :6 75.0
A. 0 mi on lane, then S I mi. Well is E of
road. NELqW! sec 29, T30S, R35E.

B-58 Cross bridge at Cocoa to Merritt Island, turn Chrisman 7/9/56 --- 2 76.0
left on old hwy 3, go N 1.28 mi, then W 400 Merritt Island,
vds. NE1NE4 sec 27, TZ4S, R36E. Fla.

B-59 500 yds S of B-58 on bank of Banana River. Lt. Collier do --- 4 78.0
SE SE4 sec 27, T24S, R36E. Merritt Island,
Fla.

B-60 I mi N of Fla 520 on Fla AIA, then 100 yds Applegate do 210 4 75.0
W of hwy. Well is on S side trailer park. Merritt Island,
SW~NW sec 14, T24S, R36E. Fla.

8-6( 100 yds W of Fla I, Allenhurst, along canal. Am. Republic 7/12/56 --- 6
Wrll is 30 yds N of canal in pond. SE4SW1 Life'Ins. Co.
sr 19, T2OS, R36E. Clearwater, Fla.








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


!Wild flow
"0
























SN Cg. rusted off, wild flow
31.8 Top of valve --- D --- Valve inoperative, wild flow
3' a. .s.


--- --- --- D 388 Open csg.



-- --- -- --- --- Wild n wow



--- --- --- N --- Csg. rusted off, wild flow



4.5 Top of ceg. 15 S --- Open cog., wild flow
0.00 a. 1.L.


---4 S --- Open csg., wildflow


26.5 Top of csg. 50 S --- Open csg.
2' a.l.s.

60 S --- Open ceg.


--- 100 S --- Valve inoperative, wild flow


19. 5 Top of csg. 200 S --- Valve partially open, flows
0.00 a. .s. constantly



.-- --- 200 S --- Valve open, flows constantly

7.0 Top of csg. 200 S --- Valve open, flows constantly
0.00 a. 1.s.


14. 2 Top of cement 75 P 1,560 Valve partially open, flows
1. 6' a. 1. constantly


--- 10 N 2,000 Valve inoperative, wild flow



11.7 Top of 4" tee 50 P --- Valve open, flows constantly
0.6' a.l.s.


-- 50 N 1, 542 Csg.. broken off, wild flow


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BREVARD COUNTY (continued)

B-64 2.6 mi S of jct Fla i and 402 on Fla 1, then Redding 7/20/56 --- 3
right 300 yds on lane to house. Well is 90 yde Cocoa, Fla.
SE of house. NEINET sec 3, T22S, R37E.


CHARLOTTE COUNTY

C-L 8. 8 mi S of jct Fla 765 and US 41 on Fla 765. H. L. Hobbs 11/7/56 930 6 83.0
Weil is beside irrigation ditch W of road. Ft. Myers, Fla.
SEISEI sec 31, T42S, R23E.

C-2 0. 25 mi Nof C-l. SENE4 sec 31, T42S, do do 450 6 81.5
R23E.

C-3 8.0 mi S of jct Fla 765 and US 41 on Fla 765. do do 360 4
Well is 40 yde W of road between packing
house and cold storage building. NEINEI
sec 31, T42S, R23E.

C-4 7. 8 mi S of jct Fla 765 and US 41 on Fla 765. do do 730 6 82.0
Well is 5 yds W of road at NE corner of flower
shade. SEiNEI sec 30, T42S, R23E.

C-5 7. 3 mi S of jet Fla 765 and US 41 on Fla 765, do do 750 6 83.0
then 0. 5 mi E. NW4SE4 sec 29, T42S, R23E.

C-6 0. 25 mi NE of C-5. Well is 0.25 mi S of paved do do 860 6 83.0
road connecting Fla 765 and US 41. NEINE)
sec 29, T42S, R23E.

C-7 4. 8 mi of jet Fla 765 and US 41 on Fla 765. Eldridge Garcia 11/8/56 --- 8 82.5
Well is 5 yds W of road. NE4NE* sec 17, Punta Gorda,
T42S, R23E. Fla.

C-8 0. 3 mi W of C-7. NWNEI sec 17, T42S, do do --- 6 79.0
R23E.

C-9 3. 25 mi S of jct Fla 765 and US 41 on Fla 765. Joe Bass do 520 4 80.5
Well is 65 yds W of road behind house. Punta Gorda,
NEISEM sec 5, T42S, R23E. Fla.

C-10 7. I mi S of jct Fla 765 and US 41 on Fla 765, A. C. Laishley 11/20/56 --- --- 82.5
then 1.0 mi Eon paved road, then 1.95 mi S Crestline, Ohio
on lane. Well is 5 yds W of lane. SE*SE&
sec 32, T42S, R23E.

C-ll 0.5 mi S of jct Fla 765 and US 41 on US 41, King do --- 6 83.5
then right 200 yds on paved road to gate. Ft. Myers, Fla.
Well is 95 yde S of gate. SW4SW1 sec 21,
T4 IS, R23E.

C-12 1.8 mi N Charlotte-Lee Co line on US 41, Lazy Bar Four 11/26/56 --- 7 82.5
then 120 yds E and 40 yde N. Well is behind Ranch
buildings. NW*NE) sec 30, T42S, R24E. Ft. Myers, Fla.

C-3 2.6 mi N Charlotte-Lee Co line on US 41, thed Jeanroe Ranch do -- 6 83.0
400 yds NE of hwy. SEINWI sec 19, T42S, Ft. Myers, Fla.
R24E.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


"0
t4










1.5 P Valve inoperative, wild flow







29.0 Center of 6" 270 1 760 Valve open, flows constantly
valve, 1.0' a. l..


30.0 Center of 6" 380 I 800 Valve open, flows constantly
valve, 1.0' a. 1. .

--- --- 30 D 700 Cooling system, flows
constantly



19.5 Top of 6 tee 240 I 800 Valve open, flows constantly
1.5' a. .s.


27.9 Center of 6" 280 I 880 Valve open, flows constantly
valve, 1.4' a. l.s.

19.0 Center of 6" --- I 840 Valve open, flows constantly
valve, 1. 0' a. 1.s.


29.8 Top of 8" tee 140 I 1,200 Valve open, flows constantly
1.3' a.l.s.


9 C r o 6 2- I 8820 Valve open, flows constantly


24.7 Center of 3" ell --- S 940 Valve open, flows constantly
1.7' a.l. s.
1. 7' a. 1. 9.


--- --- --- N 1, 120 Csg. broken off, wild flow




-- --- 200 S 680 Valve inoperative, wild flow
I



--- --- 150 S 1, 280 Valve partially open, flows
constantly


21.3 Center of 6" tee 300 S 1, 120 Valve open, flows constantly
1. 5' a l. s.






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sec 21, T4IS, RZ3E.
I i I
o kl a 1












NWiSW1 sec 21, T41S, R23E. Fla.

C- 16 0.79 mi S of jct Fla 765 and US 41 on Fla 765, Smith do --- 6 80.0
CHARLOTTEn W 0. mi on lane (bear right). Well in Punta Gorda,






abandoned field. SWINEI sec 9, T41S, R23E. Fla.
C-14 0. 5 ml S of jct Fla 765 and US 41 on US 41, PurdyGlenn Florence do --- 6 82.
then 1.98 mi E on paved road. Well is 200 yds Punta Gorda,
N of road n grovrange grovbehind house. SWEc 23, Fla.
eT41 T43E.S, R3E.

C- 18 0. 5 miyd S of rait Fla 765 and US 41 on US 41, Claude Robe 11/2/56 700 8 83.0
jut N. 28 mi E on pavet Fla 765 and US 41, then Fla 765mi N. Punta Gorda,







Well is 10 yde W of road. SEINWi sec 24, Fla.
NWTSW ec 1,T1,RE Fla.

C-19 0.79 mi of C-t F1 a 765 and road, the41 on Fla 0.35 Harlan Sh er do 450 6 8.0
then W 0. 5 house on lan side (bear right). Well in 350 yd Punta Gorda,







S and 150 yds W of house. NWJNWJ sec 24, Fla.
T41S, R23E.

C-20 0. 2 mi S and 120 yds W of C-19. SW NWJ do do 600+ 6 84.5
abandoned fieldT41 WE c 9 TS, R23E. Fla.

C-21 0. 5 mi S of jct Fla 765 and US 41 on US 41, Glenn Florence do --- 6 80.0
then 1.98 mi E on paved road, then 0. 3 mi N Pnt ord
N of road in orange grove. Well is 0 W of road. Fla.
NESE c T41S, R23E.

C- 2 0. 5 mi S of jct Fla 76 and US 41 on US 41, Claud Roberts Jr. 11/428/56 59700 6 8.0
then 3. 28 mi E on paved road, then 0. 3 mi N. Punta Gorda,








DaughterWell i 10 yd W of road. ENW dsec 24m Fla.









hwy and 80 yds E of house. SEISE1 sec 31,
T41S, R24E.

C-19 0. 4 mi N of jct Fla 74 and US 17 on Fla 74, State Game and do 450 4 82.0
then to house on S thde of0. mi road. Well is 50 yd PuntFish Gorda,Com.
Sand 150 yd W of house. NWSENWsc 4, T4, R24E. Tallahassee, Fla.











C-24 1. 5 mi W of jct Fla 31 and 74 on Fla 74, then M. L. Hall do --- 4 86.0
0. 8 mi S, then 0.7 mi SW, then 0.25 S. Well Miami, Fla.
is in SW corner of field. NWJSWJ sec 10,
T41S, R25E.

C-52 1.2 mi ofct Fla 31 and yd 4 o n Fla 74, then do do 600+ 84.0
ec 24. mi S, then 0. R23E. NENE sc 14 T4












RZ5E.
C-21 2. 5 mi W ofjct Fla 76531 and US74 on Fla 74. Well do /5 --- 5 80.0
then 1. 3 mi E on paved road, then 0. 3 mi N
on woods road. Well is 10 yds W of road.
NE4SEf sec 22, T41S. R23E.

C-2L 3. 35 mi E of Jet Fla 74 and US 17 on Fla 74 to M. H. Davis, Jr. 12/4/56 1,597 6 86.0
Daughtery Dog Kennels. Well Is 15 yds N of Miami, Fla.








is and 80 yds E of houwy. SSE se 34, T40S,
T405 RE.
C-3 5. 7 ml E of jet Fla 74 and US 17 on Fla 74, State Game and do --- 6 84.0
then 0. 75 mi S, then 0. 25 ml W. Well Is SE Fish Coin.
of house. NWtSE! sec 4, T41S, R24E. Tallahassee, Fla.

C-.1 I. 5 mi W of jet Fla 31 and 74 on Fla 74, then M. L. Hall do --- 4 86.0
0. 8 mi S. then 0. 7 ml SW, then 0. 25 S. Well Miami, Fla.
is in SW corner of field. NW4SWk sec 10,
T4 1S, R25E.

C-2% 1. 5 mi W of jet Fla 31 and 74 on Fla 74, then do do --- 4 86.0
2. 5 ml S, then 0. 15 E. NEfNE4 sec 14, T41S,
RZ5E.

C-26 2.25 mi W of jet Fla 31 and 74 on Fla 74. Well do 12/5/56 --- 6 83.0
is 100 yds N of hwy. SW)SEt sec 34, T40S,
RZ5E.






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


a





250 N 880 Valve inoperative, wild flow
P.4

oi a a O





3.8 Land surface at D 160 Valve leaking
SW corner of
house


-150 I 320 Valve open, flows constantly



-- --- 0 N 880 Valve inoperative, wild flow



3I o -t-- Valve leaking




15. --- 40 S 960 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly



15. 2 --- 140 S 1, 200 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly



--- --- 8 S 1, 240 Valve partially open, flows
constantly

6.5 --- 75 N 830 Csg. broken off




24.0 --- 15 S 920 Valve leaking




--- --- 150 S 740 Valve inoperative, wild flow,
pipe split


9.5 Top of 4" valve 75 S 760 Valve inoperative, wild flow
0. 5' a. 1. s.



75 S 1,000 Valve inoperative, wild flow



9.2 Top of 6" valve 25 S 480 Valve inoperative, wild flow
2' a. 1. .






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CHARLOTTE COUNTY (continued)

C-27 4.2 mi S of jct Fla 31 and 74 on Fla 31. Well Babcock Fla. Co. 12/5/56 500+ 4 84.0
is 150 yds E of hwy. NW*NWI sec 30, T41S, Punta Gorda,
R26E. Fla.

C-28 2. 8 mi Nof Charlotte-Lee Co line on Fla 31, do do 700+ 4 84.0
then 1. mi E to canal. Well is 0. 2 mi S of
road and 100 yds W of canal. NW3NW4 sec 20,
T423, R26E.

C-29 2.8 mi N of Charlotte-Lee Co line on Fla 31, do do --- 6 89.0
then 1. I mi E to canal, then 0. 35 mi NE of
canal. NWRSWE sec 17, T42S, R26E.

C-0 2. a mi N of Charlotte-Lee Co line on Fla 31, do do --- 6 84.0
then 1. 1 mi E to canal. Well is 280 yds W of
canal on S side of road. NWINWI sec 20,
T42S, R26E.

C-ll i.2 mi S of DeSoto-Charlotte Co line on Fla 31, A.C. Wright 12/6/56 --- 4 84.0
then 3.0 mi E to well. Well is 20 yds S of Arcadia, Fla.
road. NEiNE4 sec 21, T40S, R26E.

C-32 1.95 mi S of DeSoto-Charlotte Co line on Fla Nat Wolfe do --- 4 82.0
31. Well is 8 yds W of hwy and 3 yde N of Lakeland, Fla.
creek. SEJSEl sec 12. T40S. R25E.

C-33 0.25 mi S of railroad crossing, Murdock, on Fla. W. Coast 12/7/56 --- 3 82.0
US 41, then 0.8 mi E, then 0.45 mi N. then Land Co.
0. 4 mi E. then 0.4 mi N. Well is beside Punta Gorda,
railroad track. NESSW4 sec 4, T40S, R22E. Fla.

C-4 0. 25 mi S of railroad crossing, Murdock, on do do --- 6 78.0
US 41, then 0. 8 mi E, then 0.45 mi N. Well
is 200 yds W of road. NW4NE4 sec 8, T40S,
R22E.

C-35 0.9 mi S of railroad crossing, Murdock, on do 12/10/56 --- 6 76.5
US 41. Well is 150 yds NE of hwy and 100 yds
NW of lane in clump of cabbage palms. NWI
SE! sec 8, T40S, R22E.

C-16 0. 25 mi S of railroad crossing, Murdock, on do do --- 6 76. 5
US 41, then 0.8 mi E, then 150 yds S to well
behind house. NWtSE- sec 8, T40S, R22E.

C- 7 0. 8 mi S of Sarasota-Charlotte Co line on US do do --- 2 79.0
41. Well is in ditch 100 yds NE of hwy.
SEiNEi sec 3,T40S.R21E.

C-38 1.75 mi S of S side Myakka River bridge on W. H. Vanderbilt 12/11/56 ---
Fla 771. Well is W of hwy between railroad Placida, Fla.
and hwy. SWNW1 sec 4, T41S, RZIE.

C-19 2. 2 mi S of S side Myakka River bridge on do do 125.5 2 78.0
Fla 771, then 2.0 mi W on Fla 776, then 1. 1
mi S. Well is 12 yds W of lane. SE4SE
sec 12. T41S. R21E.

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INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


5.2 Top of 4" valve 5 S 320 Valve inoperative, wild flow
1. 5' a. a.


4 S 1,000 No valve on reducer, wild flow




2.5 --- 2 S 480 Valve inoperative, wild flow



--- -- 2 S 920 Valve inoperative, wild flow




1.3 Top of 4" cog. 12 S 680 Open csg.
0. 00V a. 1. s.


9.5 Center 4" dis- 40 S 80 Valve inoperative, wild flow
charge,
0.5' a. 1. a.

3.6 Top of csg. 20 S 920 Open csg.
0.00' a. 1. .



SZOO2 S 1, 160 Plug missing from 6" tee.
wild flow



-- -- 20 S 920 Open csg.




-- --- 1.5 S 1,040 Open csg.



11.5 Top of 2" valve 40 S 1,120 Valve partially open, flows
0. 5' b. 1. constantly


--- 10 N 1,400 Csg, broken off beneath
ground, wild flow


S4 S 1,120 Open csg.






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C-40 0. 5 mi W of jct Fla 771 and US 41, Murdock, Fla. W. Coast 12/11/56 --- 6 78.0
on Fla 771, then 0.65 mi S. Well is on SW Land Co.
side pasture. NWINWI sec 18, T40S, R22E. Punta Gorda,
Fla.

C-41 2.4 mi N of railroad crossing, Murdock, on do do --- 6 78.0
US 41 to ditch crossing hwy then 0.5 mi N
to fence. Well is 60 ft W of ditch and 20 t N






of fence. SEINWI sec 2, T40S, R21E.
CHARLOTTE COUNTY (continued)






C-42 0. 5 mi W of jct Fla 771 and US 41, Murdock, doa. 12/12/56 --- 6 78.0
on Fla 771. thn 0.65 m Well is 50 yds N of railroad track
ide posture. N of hwy. WNWec 18 T 7, T40E. PntE.orda,
Fla.





C-43 02.4 mi N of railroad crossing, Murdock, on do 12/1356 --- 5 78.0
US 41 to ditch crossing hwy, then 0. 5 mi N
to fence. Well is 60 ft W of ditch and 20 ft N




of SE corner of fence. NNWec 2,S, R21E.T40S,




R21E.
C-44 0. 4 mi W of railroad crossing US Murdock, on do 12/12/56 --- 6 78.0





US 41, then 0.8 mi E. then 0.75 mi N, across
railroad track771. Well i yd N of railroad track
which i N of hw5,. WNW ec 7, TT40 RE.

C-43 0. 3 mi N of railroad crossing, Murdock, on do 12/13/56 -- 5 76 83.0
US 41, then 0. 1 mi ofE, then 1. Well i N d S





N of railroad track), then 0.25 mi E. NWINW4
of E corner of fence. NEN sec T
R21E.






C-46 0. 24 mi S of railroad crossing, Murdock, on do 1214/56do --- 6 78.5
US 41, then 0.8 mi E, then 0.75 mi N, across
railroad track, then sharp left forthen 0. m N.





then 0. 6 mi N. Well is 33 yda W of road.
SE*NEW sec 5, T40S, R22E.

C-47 0. 25 mi S of railroad crossing, Murdock, on do 1/1756 --- 6 83.0
US 41, then 0. 8 mi E, then 1.75 mi N, across
N of railroad track then 0. 5 mi to canal,NW






then 0. 5 mi N along E side of canal. Well is in
canal. SENW s. c T40S RE.

C-48 0. 25 mi S of railroad crossing, Murdock, on Ed Whitton --- 46 77.0
US 41, then 0.8 mi E, then 0.75 mi N, acrossthen Murdock Fla.
railroad track, then sharp left for 0. 25 mi,





5 m E, then 0. 6 mi N. Well i 33 yds W of road.






of SE corner of house. NWjSWj sec II,
SNW Rec 5, TS, R22E.

C-47 25 myd N of railroad crossing, Murdock, on Fla. W. Coast --- 6 78.0
US 41, then 0.75 mi E, to canal on graded Land C.cross
ilroad then hen harp leftmi beyond canal to ditch Pta Gorda,
thendin E. Well is in ditchde of canal. Well i in
canal. SEWNWI see 5, T40S, R22E.

C-48 0. 2 mi NE of railroad of Peace ing, on Ed Whitto 12/18/56 --- 6 77.0
oUS 41, then 0. m i then 0.45sand road N, then Murdock Fla.
2. 5 mi W (bearing left) to well. Well 16 yd00 S
yd W of sacorner of houad. NWNSW sec 11, T40
T4RS RE.
C-49 10 yds N of railroad crossing. Murdock, on Fla. W. Coast do --- 6 79.0
US 41, then 0. 75 mi NE to canal on graded Land Co.
road, then 0. 25 mi beyond canal to ditch Punta Gorda,
trending E. Well is in ditch 50 yds E of Fla.
road. SW1NWf sec 5, T40S. R22E.

C-50 1.9 mi NE of N end of Peace River bridge, do 12/19/56 --- 6 78.0
on US 41, then 1.9 mi N on sand road, then
0. 3 mi W (bearing left) to well. Well 1s 200
yde W of sand road. NE+NE* sec 15, T40S,
R22E.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


9.5 Top of 6" cog. 100 S 1, 360 Valve inoperative, wild flow
3' a. i. s.



Z1. 5 Top of 6" csg. 30 S 840 Open ceg.
0.5' a.l. .



6. 8 Top of 6" tee 2.5 S 680 No valve, flows from reducer
4' a. l.s.


S25 S --- plug leaks and csg. split




- ---15 S 1,040 Valve inoperative, wild flow




17.5 Top of 6" tee 200 S 1,320 Valve partially open, flows
0.00' a. a. constantly



--- --- 30 S 920 Valve inoperative, wild flow





15.5 Top of 6" cog. 25 S 800 Open csg.
3' a.l.s.




--10 S 720 Valve inoperative, wild flow





2.0 Top of 6" tee 8 S 1,440 Valve inoperative,. wild flow
1' a. 1. s.




1.9 Top of 6" cg. 3.5 S 440 Open csg.
0.00' a.l.s.






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TABLE 2. WELL RECORDS












C-- 1 1.-35 mi NE of N end of Peace River bridge, Fla. W. Coast 12/20/56 ----79.0
s










on US41. then 0. 6 mi W, then 0.35 mi S. .,and Co.

Well is close to river on E side of road. Punta Gorda,
SEJSW) sec 26, T405, RZZE. Fla.
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CHARLOTTE COUNTY (continued)



C-5 3. ml N of Njt Fla 31 and 74, on ia 31d, Nat W. Coast 12/2/56 --- 6 83.0
on then 2. 6 m i W, then 0. 8 i Son lane. Lakeland, Fla.
Well is close to river on E side of road. Punta Gorda,
SEMSWi sec 26, T40S, RZZE. Fla.

C-5Z 3. 7 mi N of jet Fla 31 and 74, on Fla 31, Nat Wolfe 12/28/56 --- 6 83,0
then 2. 6 mi W, then 0. 8 mi S on lane. Lakeland, Fla.
NEiNW1 sec 22, T40S, R25E.

C-53 3.7 mi N of jet Fla 31 and 74, on Fla 31. do do 600 4 82.0
Well is at NE corner of barn NW of inter-
section. NEINEI sec 13, T403, RZ5E.

C-54 3.25 mi N of jct Fla 31 and 74, on Fla 31, do do --- 6 81.5
then 200 yds W along fence to cross fence.
Well is in NW corner of crossing. SE*SEJ
sec 13, T40SR25E.

C-55 Jet of US 17 and 41, Punta Gorda, go S on D.R. Witter do -- 8 78.0
US 41 to Olympia St, then 0.7 mi W on Punta Gorda,
Olympia to Berry St, then S on Berry to Fla.
Virginia St. Well Is 35 ft W and 50 ft N of
corner. NE)NEJ sec 12, T41S, R22E.

C-56 SW corner of intersection of Olympia and G. C. Carlson do --- 6 79.0
Berry ate, Punta Corda. SWISEI sec 1, Coca Sola,
T41S, R22E. Canal Zone

C-57 80 yde W of US 41 and 520 yds S of Peace Charlotte Spa 12/29/56 1,565 6 84.0
River at S end of pool, Punta Gorda. Punta Gorda,
SWiNW saec 6, T41S, R23E. Fla.


CLAY COUNTY

Cl- 3. 26 mi S of Jet Fla 16 and 209, Green Cove John Hall 7/30/56 --- 4 75.5
Spgs, on Fla 209. Well is 75 yds E of hwy. Green Cove Spgs.,
Irregular sec 38, T6S, R26E. Fla.

CI-2 3.0 mi Sof jet Fla 16 and 209, Green Cove do do --- 4
Spgs, on Fla 209. Well is 200 yde E of hwy.
Irregular sec 38, T6S, R26E.

Cl- 220 yds W of CI-2, 20 yds W of Fla 209. David Talbot do -- 4 74.5
Irregular sec 38, T6S, R26E. Green Cove Spgs.,
Fla.

CI-4 2.72 mi S of jct Fla 16 and 209, Green Cove John Hall do --- 4 74.5
Spgs, on Fla 209. Well is 50 yde E of hwy. Green Cove Spge.,
Irregular sec 38. T6S, R26E. Fla.

Cl-5 0.5 mi Sof jct Fla 16 and 209, Green Cove do 7/31/56 --- 6 74.0
Spgs, on Fla 209. Well is 30 yds E of hwy.
Irregular sec 38, T6S, R26E.

CI-6 I. 5 ml S of jct Fla 16 and 209, Green Cove do do --- 4 75.5
Spgs. on Fla 209. Well is 8 yds E of hwy.
Irregular sec 38, T6S. R26E.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


--- 12 N 1,200 No valve, csg. split, wild flow




8.2 Center 6" dis- 30 S 160 Valve inoperative, wild flow
charge
a. l.s. .


1. 35 Top of 4" ell. 50 S 80 Valve partially open, flows
0.8' a.1. a. I constantly


5.05 Center 6" dis- 60 S 80 Valve inoperative, wild flow
charge I
1.3' a.. s.


4 N 1,400 Open csg., csg. rusted out on
edges




S1. 5 N 2,360 Open csg., csg. split



--- --- 100 D 1, 840 Valve inoperative, flows
constantly





--- --- 8 S 30 Valve inoperative, wild flow



4 S --- Wildflow



75 S 85 No valve on one outlet, wild
flow


S--- 1. 5 S 25 Valve inoperative, wild flow



-2 D 30 Wooden plug, leakage
S


-5.05 Ce 2 S 15 Valve inoperative, wild flow
-- --2 S 15 Valve inoperative, wild flow






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CLAY COUNTY (continued)

C1-7 6. 0 mi S of Jet Fla 16 and 209, Green Cove Gene Taylor 7/31/56 --- 6 76. 5
Spgs, on Fla 209. Well is 7 yds W of hwy. Green Cove Spgs.,
SW eNWI sec 7, T7S, R27E. Fla.

CI-8 6.44 mi S of jet Fla 16 and 209, Green Cove T. R. Cherry do --- 21 74.5
Spgs, on Fla 209. Well in 100 yds W of hwy Green Cove Spge.,
and 20 yds S of house. SE*SW* see 7, T7S, Fla.
RZ7E.

C1-9 100 yds S of Black Creek on US 17. Well is Riverview Restr. 8/1/56 --- 2 --
20 yds N of pool and S of house. SE-NWi and Trailer Park
sec 28, TSS, R26E. Wilkies Pt., Fla.

Cl-10 0. 86 mi W of Swimming Pen Creek on Fla F. T. Huntley do 615 6 74.5
220, then 300 yds S on lane, then 100 yds W Doctors Inlet,
on lane. NWiNW1 sec I, TSS, R25E. Fla.

CI-ll 30 yds S and 350 yds E of Cl-10. Irregular J.I. Triplett do 490 4 75.0
sec 41, TSS, R25E. Doctors Inlet,
Fla.

Cl-12 1.0 ml S of Black Creek on Fla 21. Well is Clay Co. do --- --- 75.0
5 ft E of hwy in right-of-way. NW*SE* Green Cove Spgs.,
sec 14, TSS, R24E. Fla.

CI-13 5.4 mi E of jct Fla 21 and 220, on Fla 220. St. Marys Kraft 8/3/56 --- --- 75.0
Well is 40 yds N of hwy. SE4SE1 sec 34, Corp.
T4, R25E. New York, N. Y.

Cl-14 2. 15 mi N of jet Fla 21 and 220, on Fla 21. T. J. Jennings, Jr. do --- 3 74.5
Well is 25 yds E of hwy. NWISW4 sec 32, Green Cove Spgs.,
T4S, R25E. Fla.


DUVAL COUNTY

D-l 2.0 mi N of Duval-St Johns Co line on US 1. Terry's Garage 7/31/56 --- 3 73.0
Well is 100 yds E of hwy behind Terry's Bayard, Fla.
Garage. SW NW saec 28, T4S, R28E.

D-2 250 yde N of jet Dixie hwy and US 1, Bayard, R.M. Williams do --- 4 74.0
on US 1. Well is 200 yds W of railroad Bayard, Fla.
track. NEiNE) sec 19, T45, R26E.

D-3 1. 5 mi Nof jct Fla 116 and US I, on US I, R. G. Skinner do --- 4 78.5
then 0.25 mi E. Well is 200 yds SE of Jacksonville,
house. Irregular sec 56, T3S, R27E. Fla.

D-4 1.0 mi W of US 17, Pecan Park, on Pecan --- 8/1/56 700+ 3 74.0
Park Road. Well is 10 yds behind house on
N side of road. Irregular sec 40, TIN,
R27E.

D-5 I. I mi Wof US 17, Pecan Park, on Pecan Tison do --- 3 74.0
Park Road, then right fork to house. Well Jacksonville,
is 100 yds behind house. Irregular sec 42, Fla.
TIN, R26E.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


S








I
0. 3 a.1 e constantly




--- --- 80 N 24 Valve inoperative, wild flow
28.0 --T Z5 S .Z Valve open, flows constantly






















S
--- --- 40 D Valve'open, flows constantly




I


-- --- 60 S 15 Wild flow



--- 4 N 20 Wild flow from 1" pipe, leakage
around csg.


--- --- 2 D 30 Spigot open, flows constantly
S


--- 37 S 20 Valve inoperative, wild flow






19.8 Top of cog. 6 S 28 Valve partially open, flows
0.3' a.1l.s. constantly


---- 20 N 24 Valve inoperative, wild flow



18.5 Top of csg. 60 P 28 Valve inoperative, wild flow
6.00' a.l.s. into pond


19.5 Top of csg. 3 D 36 Valve inoperative, wild flow
1.0' a. l.a. S



22.0 Top of csg. 10 S 32 Valve partially open, flows
0.5' a.l.s. constantly







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DUVAL COUNTY (continued)

D-6 Well is 15 yde W of Broward River bank, St. Regis Paper 8/2/56 --- --- 76.0
60 yds S of Fla 105. Irregular sec 47, Co.
TIS, R27E. Jacksonville, Fla.

D-7 1.2 mi N of Fla 105, Ft George, on Mt Victor Blue do --- 8 76.0
Cornelia Road. Well is W of road behind Ft. George Island,
house. Irregular sec 37, TIS, R29E. Fla.

D-8 1. 45 mi E of Jet Dunn Creek Road and New B. K. Sheffield do --- 3 75. 5
Berlin Road, on New Berlin Road. Well is Jacksonville,
30 yds E of creek and 8 yds N of road. Fla.
SE4NEi sec 35, TIN, R27E.

D-9 2.8 mi Wof jct US 17 and Fla 111, on Fla A. T. Alvarez do --- Zi 76.0
111, then 0.6 mi N on lane. Well is 200 yds Jacksonville,
N of end of lane. SW)NW) sec 25, TIN, Fla.
RZ6E.

D-10 6 mi Wof jct US 17 and Fla 111, on Fla do do --- Zi 75.0
111, then 0.25 mi S on lane. Well is 100 yds
E of lane. NE*NW1 sec 38, TIN, RZ6E.

D-ll 2.0 mi W of US 17, Pecan Park, on Pecan L. C. Hicken- 8/3/56 --- 2Z 76.5
Park Road, then 1.0 mi S on Beeghly Hts bothom
Road, then 0. 3 mi SE. Well is SE of 2
buildings on S side of lane. NW4NW* sec 24,
TIN, R26E.

D-12 0.8 mi E of Lam Turner Road on Terrell E. V. Oglby do --- 3 75.5
Road, then 2 mi N. Well is E of road. Jacksonville,
NEiNE* sec 21, TIN, R26E. Fla.

D-13 1. 0 mi NE of Lem Turner Road. Well is N A. D. Chambliss do --- Z2 74.0
of road. NE4NW4 sec 21. TIN, R26E.

D-14 E from Lem Turner Road on Terrell Road J. L. Grimsley do 630 3 74.0
to Oliver Road, then 0.9 mi N on Oliver
Road. Well is 15 yds E of road. NE4SE*
sec 28, TIN, RL6E.

D-15 0. 25 mi E of Lem Turner Road on Terrell R. W. Sails do --- ZI 73.5
Road. Well is S of road. NW*SE) sec 28.
TIN, R26E.

D-16 80 yds W of Lem Turner Road, about 0.2 mi G. C. Murray do 675 3 73.0
Nof Terrell Road. SEINE4 sec 29,TIN, Jacksonville,
R26E. Fla.

D-17 2. 15 mi S of Duval-Nassau Co line on Lem T. H. Braddock 8/6/56 600+ 1I 72.5
Turner Road, then 200 yde W to house. Well Jacksonville,
is 50 yds NW of house. NW4NWI sec 19, Fla.
TIN, R26E.

D-18 I. 25 mi N of Jct Plummers Road and Dixie H. H. Jeiter do --- 4 ---
hwy. Dinsmore, on Dixie hwy. Well is 100 Dinamore, Fla.
yds W of hwy. SEISE1 sec 34. TIN, R25E.








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO, 10


S--- 5 P 32 Open csg., csg. buried
S


21.0 Top of cag. 10 D 88 Valve partially open, flows
constantly


23.0 Top of cag. 50 D 36 Several valves partially open
1' a. 1.s. S



19.0 Top of csg. 30 S 20 Valve inoperative, wild flow
1' a. 1. s.



--- 25 S 20 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly


19.8 Top of csg. 7 S 60 Valve partially open, flows
0.8' a.1. constantly




--- --- 3 D 32 Valve partially open, flows
S constantly


--- --- 2 S 40 Valve partially open, flows
constantly

20.9 --- 30 S 32 Valve partially open, flows
constantly



--- Top of csg. 30 S 28 Valve inoperative, wild flow
0.91 a1. s.


24. 3 Top of csg. 30 D 24 Valve partially open, flows
0.8' a.l. s. S constantly


19.0 Top of cg. 20 S 32 Valve partially open, flows
0. 5' a. l.. constantly



--- -- 60 S 24 Valve partially open, flows
constantly







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4.








DUVAL COUNTY (continued)

D- 19 1.9 ml W of jet Plummers Road and Dixie hwy -- 8/6/56 --- 21 73.0
on Plummers Road. Well is 70 yde S of road.
NEiSE1 sec 4, TIS, R25E.

D-20 2. 2 ml E of Lem Turner Road on Terrell --- do --- li 73.5
Road, then 1. 0 mi N on Pecan Park Road to
Owens Road. Well is 100 yds W of Intersection
and 80 yde S of Carr Road. NWiSW) see 23,
TIN, R26E.

D-21 0.3 mi N of Duval-Clay Co line on Fla 21, H. W. Gray 8/7/56 2--- 2 74.5
Landing Road, to dairy. Well is 300 yds
W of hwy on S side of fence. NWiSW* sec 31,
T48. R26E.


FLAGLER COUNTY

F-1 2. 6 mi S of Flagler-Putnam Co line on Fla Emily Millican 6/25/56 --- 4 72.0
100, then 245 yds S. Well is left of road. Mary Spaulding
SE9SW) sec 33, T11S, R28E. Palatka, Fla.

F-2 8.7 mi N of Flagler Beach on Fla AIA to H. 0. Perry 6/26/56 --- 6 73.0
old dairy barn and house on W side of hwy, New York, N. Y.
then W to E Coast Canal, then 0. 1 mi N.
Well is on E canal bank. Irregular sec 38,
TIIS, R31E.

F-3 0.45 mi S of -2. Irregular sec 38, T1IS, do do --- 4 73.0
R31E.

F-4 0. 58 mi S of F-3. Well is in canal. Irregular do do --- 6 --
sec 38, T1S,R31E.

F-5 8.7 mi N of Flagler Beach on Fla AIA to do do 240 4 72.0
old dairy barn and house on W side of hwy,
then approx 100 yde W, then 0. 15 mi S to
well. Irregular sec 38, TI IS, R31E.

F-6 9. 25 ml N Flagler Beach on Fla AlA to Mrs. Ed Johnson do 155 8 72.0
reptile farm and Rock Motor Court. Well Flagler Beach,
is 50 yde E of hwy. Irregular sec 40, TIOS, Fla,
R31E.

F-7 20 yds E of F-6 to woods road, then 390 yds do do 400 10 76.0
N. Well is on E side of rock quarry and 200
yds E of hwy. Irregular sec 40, TIOS, R31E.

F-8 20 yds N and 10 yds W of F-6. Well is in S do 6/27/56 205 6 74.0
end of pit, Irregular sec 40, TIOS, R31E.

F-9 2.0 mi S of Marineland on Fla AIA, then O. D. Young do 108 4- 73.0
0. 6 mi N on aectiun of old hwy to 2 houses St. Augustine, 6
on right. Well is 70 yds W of road. Irregular Fla.
sec 38, TIOS, R31E.

F-10 100 yds N of F-9. Irregular sec 38, TIOS, do do 110 8 74.0
R31E.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


5 S 32 Valves partially open, flows
constantly


30 S 36 No valve, wild flow





1.5 --- 20 S .1 Valve partially open, flows
constantly






6+ --- 10 N 328 Open csg.



95 S 1,460 Valve open, flows constantly





6, 5= Top of 4" tee 15 S 250 Valve open and leaks, flows
2. 5' a. 1.s. constantly

--- 100 S 1, 555 Valve inoperative, wild flow


--- 3 S 1,480 Valve partially open, flows
constantly



500 In 1,720 Open csg.




--- --- 450 N 1,880 Open csg.



3.1 Top of 6" csg. 15 N 1,680 Open csg.
5.0' b.. s.

150 N 1,735 .Csg. broken off, underground




--- 150 I 1,330 Valve inoperative, wild flow






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FLAGLER COUNTY (continued)

F-12 0. 6 mi W of Flagler Beach on Fla 11, then Lehigh Cement 6/28/56 185 Z 74.0
3.45 ml Non Fla 201. Well Ia 100 yds W of Co.
road in old grove. SW)NW1 sec 26, TIIS, Bunnell, Fla.
R31E.

F-13 8.7 mi N of Flagler Beach on Fla AIA to old H. 0. Perry 7/3/56 --- 6
dairy. Well is 650 yda N of dairy and 75 ydl New York, N. Y.
W of hwy. Irregular sec 38, T11S, R31E.

USGS 0.4 mi W of intracoactal waterway on Fla 11, Lehigh Cement 12/12/55 650 6
F-16 then 0. 1 mi N. Well is on W aide of road Co.
leading to old rock pit. NISEI sec ll,TIZS, Bunnell, Fla.
R31E.

USGS 4.0 ml 5 of jet Fla 100 and 305, on Fla 305, Flagler Co. 12/15/55 --- 5
F.30 then 100 yda W. Well is S of road. NE*NE* Bunnell, Fla.
sec 33, TIZS, RZ8E.

USGS 4.0 mi S of jet Fla 100 and 305, on Fla 305, W. J. Kinney 12/16/55 300+ 4
F-34 then 3.4 mi W. NWINEI sec 36, T12, R28E. Bunnell, Fla.

USGS 4.0 mi S of jet Fla 100 and 305, on Fla 305, do do 300+ 6 71.0
7-35 then 3. 3 mi W, then 1.0 mi S. Well is W of
lane. NINEI see 1,TI3S, R28E.

USGS 1. 1 mi W of Flagler Beach on Fla II, then Lehigh Cement 12/20/55 *-- 3 72.5
F-38 3. 3 mi S on John Anderson hwy, then 0. 25 Co.
mi W to well. Well is on W aide of clearing. Bunnell, Fla.
Irregular sec 38, T12S, R31E.

USGS 1. 3 ml S of jet Fla 305 and 304, on Fla 305. C. H. Cowart 12/21/55 --- 4
F-40 Well is on S side of hwy. SEiSEI sec 34, Bunnell, Fla.
T13S. R29E.

USGS 33 yda SW of F-16. NISEI sec II, TIZS, Lehigh Cement 2/10/56 250 6
F- R31E. Co.
107 Bunnell, Fla.

USGS 2.05 mi Nof jet Fla 11 and AIA, on Fla Mrs. Brunner 4/3/56 250 --- 74.0
F- AIA. Well is 60 yda W of road. NEINEI Flagler Beach,
130 eec 35, TIlS, R31E. Fla,


GLADES COUNTY

GI-I 4.26 mi W of Brighton on US 98, then 3.0 mi G.J. Baya 10/1/56 --- 4 79.0
S on graded road. Well is 300 yds E in ditch Miami, Fla.
on E side of old field. SEiSW s*ec 4, T38S,
R33E.

0GI- 0.45 mi N of Caloosahatchee River bridge on N. Townsend 10/9/56 500 2 81.5
Ila 29, then 0. 35 mi W on graded road, then La Belle, Fla.
0. 15 mi N on graded crors road. Well is at
side of back porch of house on W side of road.
Sec 34, T42S, R29E.

Gl-3 3.5 mi W of ct Fla 78 and 731, then 0.4 mi Carl Green do 150 li 75.5
N. NE*SE s*ec 27, T42S, R28E. La Belle, Fla.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


0.6 Topof6"tee S ---
.2' a. 1.s.


0.4 N 1,460



7.6 Top of 6" tee 1 S 920
2. a. 1..
70 N 1,140




2. 86 --- --- N --- Intermittent flow



2 N 1,460


7. Z Top of 6 "tee 1 S 9zo
Z. 5' a. 1. a.


6. 5 Top of partially 2 N 620 Open csg.
buried rocks,
0.00' a.l.e.


1.86 Top of cg. --- N --- Csg. broken off below
0.3' a.l. a. ground, wild flow


N 970



6.5 Top of cement --- N --- No valve
base
1' a. 1. .




12.35 Top of 4" ell. 5 S 400 Open cog.
1.85' a.1.s. I



25.6 Top of 2" ell. 12 D 400 Open csg.
7. 6 a.. e.




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GLADES COUNTY (continued)

GI-4 0.4 mi W of jet Fla 29 and 78, then 2.5 mi N O. V. Scott 10/9/56 -- 3 80.0
on Fla 731, then 3. 1 mi W on graded road, La Belle, Fla.
then 0.4 mi N on another graded road, then
50 yds W to house. Well is 33 yds N of
house. NE4SEi sec 11, T423, R28E.

GI-5 5 yds Nof l-4. NE)SEI sec 1I,T42S,R28E. do do --- 3 80.0

Gl-6 0.4 mi W of jet Fla 29 and 78, then 2.5 mi N Lykes Bros. do --- 2 80.0
on Fla 731, then 0. 35 ml W on graded road. Tampa, Fla.
Well is S yds N of road. SWINW1 sec 17,
T42S, R29E.

GI-7 1. 3 mi N of jct US 27 and Fla 78, on US 27, W. H. Peoples 10/10/56 --- 3 78.0
then 0.4 ml W on graded road. Well is 150 yda Moore Haven,
S of road. SEiSEi sec 3, T423, R31E. Fla.

GI-8 I mi W of Jet US 27 and Fla 78, on Fla 78. George Peeples do --- --- 76.0
Well Is 130 yds NE of culvert and 50 yds N of Moore Haven,
road. NWiNEJ sec 14, T42S, R31E. Fla.

Gl-9 2 mi W of Ortona on Fla 78, then 40 yde S to C. C. Carlton 10/9/56 800 3 80.0
house, then 100 yde W. Well It off SW corner La Belle, Fla.
of barn. NE)NE) sec 19, T4ZS, R30E.

GI-10 0.45 mi N of Caloosahatchee River bridge, Wade Hampton do 800 3 80.0
on Fla 29, then 20 yds E to fence, then 80 La Belle, Fla.
yds N. Well is at fence between old house
and hwy. NEiSE1 sec 32, T42S, R29E.

GI-Il 2 mi W of Ortona on Fla 78, then 0.75 mi S C. C. Carlton 10/10/56 642 6 78.0
on lane which is 80 yds E of house. Well is La Belle, Fla.
in ditch on W side of lan4. NW*SW lsec 20,
T42S, R30E.

Gl-IZ 7 mi E of ct Fla 29 and 80, on Fla 80, then Barron 10/13/56 --- 6 80.5
0. 5 mi NE on lane. Well Is at fence where La Belle, Fla.
lane ends. SEI sec 33, T42S. R30E.

USGS 4.9 mi SW of Okeechobee-Glades Co line on Austin Pearce 3/7/51 1,215 6 82.0
01-22 Fla 78. then 4. 1 mi N on lane between house Okeechobee, Fla.
and tractor shed. Take left lane at windmill.
Well is on left of lane at ditch crossing.
NWINWI sec 20, T38S, R34E.

USGS 3 mi E of Jet Fla 29 and 78 on Fla 78. Well is Lykes Bros. 12/15/52 500 4 79.0
Gl-49 behind building on N side of road. SW4NWj Tampa, Fla.
sec 26, T42S. R29E.

USGS 2 mi W of Ortona railroad crossing on Fla 78, do 12/16/52 700 4 79.0
Gl-56 then 5. 5 mi N on graded road. Well is on W
side of road. NWISEi sec 29, T41S, R30E.

USGS Well is on E side of road E of 01-56 and near A. C. L. R. R. do 608 6 76.0
01-58 railroad bed. SEfNW1 sec 28, T41S, R30E. Hall City, Fla.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


--- 0.5 S 600 Open cog.
--- 2.5 S 400 Open cg.














--- Top of 2" valve 1.0 S 1, 680 Valve inoperative, flows
0 a. 1. constantly



2.5 Top of 3" coupling 2 S 640 Open copeg., obstruction at 5'
0.00' a.1.s.




31.8 Center of 3tee 12 S --- Spigot open, flow constantly









2.81 a.1. s.
31.8 S --- Log plug leaking, wild flow





40.7 Center of valve 1.0 S 44680 Valve inoperative, flows
1.ch' a.rge I constantly
4.7 Top of 2" tee --- S 2,360 Spigot open, flows constantly
0.2' a. 1.8.


31.8 Center of 3"tee 12 S --- Spigot open, flows constantly





2.8' a.l.s.
31.8 --- 12 S --- Log plug leaking, wild flow





40.7 Center of 6" dis- 2 S 440 Valve inoperative, flows
charge I constantly
2.5' a.l.8.


--- -- 30 N 920 Log plug leaking, wild flow




31.0 0.00' a. .s. 585 1 1,215






4 S 352 Wild flow



S- 10 S 59




11.6 Top of SW corner 1 S 36
of cement base
0.4' a. s.


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GLADES COUNTY (continued)
SGS I mi S of Fla 78, Ortona, on road to Ooodno, W. A. Stevens 1/26/53 508 78.0
Gl- then 0. 25 mi W on lane. Well is on S side of La. Belle, Fla.
110 S fork in lane. NWINWI sec 27, T42S.R30E.

USGS 2.7 mi NE of jet Fla 721 and 78, on Fla 78, Hat Ranch 1/28/50 800 4 80.0
Gl- then 0.4 mi E on crossroad. Well is on W Okeechobee,
144 side of house. SEISE sec 4, T40S, R33E. Fla.

USGS 2.8 mi S of Jct US 98 and Fla 721, on Fla Lykes Bros. 1/29/53 600 6 79.0
Gl- 721, then 150 yds E to house. Well is 6 yds Tampa, Fla.
157 from NW corner of house. NWISEI sec 11.
T383, R32E.

USGS 5. 5 mi Noft jt Fla 721 and 78, on Fla 721, Brighton Indian 4/6/53 1,500+ 4 80.0
Gl- then 1.9 mi W on lane. Well 1i 0. 3 mi NW Res.
207 of lane. NEISE) sec 15, T39S, R32E.

USGS 5.5 mi N of jt Fla 721 and 78, on Fla 721, do do 1,250 6 86.0
Gl- then 0. 23 mi W on lane, then 1.45 mi N.
208 Well is at edge of field. NWINWI sec 12,
T39S, R32E.


HENDRY COUNTY

He-I 6.0 mi SW of La Belle on Fla 80. Well is H.H. Ranch 8/3/56 --- 6 85.5
80 yde N of hwy and 100 yds W of small La Belle, Fla.
stream. SE NW1 sec 27, T43S, R28E.

Ho-2 2.0 mi E of Hendry-Lee Co line on Fla 80, Harry Glaser do 800 6 84.0
then 0. 3 mi N on graded road, then 60 yds Ft. Myers, Fla.
E to barn. Well is 10 ft E of barn. NW*NW*
sec 28, T43S, R28E.

He-3 2.0 mi E of Hendry-Lee Co line on Fla 80, do do 700 6 85.0
then 60 yds N on graded road. Well is W of
road. SEINEI sec 29. T43S, R28E.

He-4 2. 2 mi W of La Belle on Ft Denaud Road, then Oliver Murray do 114 1I 77.0
0. I ml S on graded road. Well is near SE La Belle, Fla.
corner of shed. SEKNW* sec 14, T43S, R28W.

He-S 2.3 mi W of La Belle on Ft Danaud Road, then Earl Murray do 175 4 78.5
0. 23 mi S on graded road. Well is 30 yde W of La Belle, Fla.
road. SEiNWt aec 14, T438, R28W.

He-6 2. 3 ml W of La Belle on Ft Denaud Road. Well do do 115 2 77.5
is S of road at old windmill. NEINWI see 14,
T43, R28E.

He-7 0.9 mi E of Ft Denaud on La Belle Road, then Barry Stuart 8/4/56 137 2 77.0
80 yds N. Well is on W side of lane beside Ft. Denaud,
shed. SWI see 11, 43S, R28E. Fla.

Ha-8 0.65 mi E of Ft Denaud on La Belle Road, Kirkland do 135 2 77.0
then 200 yds S of road beside large oak tree. Ft. Denaud,
NWlNW) sec 14, T43S, RZ8W. Fla.






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


SU



5S e.






1 D 171 Wood plug leaking



30.3 Top of 4" tee 125 S 1,050
0.00' a.1.e.


--- --- 4 D 250 Leaking around valve and cag.




6.3 Top of 4" ell. 30 S 2,600 Leaking badly, wild flow
a. 1. s.


-- --- 50 S 279 Wild flow







30 S 1,480 Valve inoperative, wild flow



10 S 1,036 Valve inoperative, wild flow
D



--- --- 4 S 1, 320 Valve inoperative, wild flow



3.2+ Top of tee 4 S 612 No valve on one outlet
1.5' a.l.s.


3.0 Top of cog. 4 S 200 Open csg.
0.8' a. 1. .


5.0 Top of csg. 2 N --- Open cg.
0.8' a. 1. .


S-20 S --- Open cag.



--- 0.5 N 640 Open csg.







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HENRY COUNTY (continued)

He-9 100 yds E of NS road through Ft Denaud on Frank Russ 8/4/56 --- 6 82.5
La Belle Road, then 200 yde 8, Well is in La Belle, Fla.
grove. SWJNE) sec S1, T43S, R28E.

He-10 0. 5 ml E of Hendry-Lee Co line, on Fla 78, Babcock Fla. Co. do --- 4 80.0
then 50 yds N. Well is behind old house. Punta Gorda;
SEISWI sec 18, T43S, R28E. Fla.

He-I 2.0 mi E of Hendry-Lee Co line, on Fla 78, Ben Wolfe do --- 5 78.5
then 0. 4 mi E on sandy grove road, then La Belle, Fla.
0. 3 mi Non grove road, then 0. 1 mi E.
Well is 45 ft N. NWISEI sec 16, T43S, R28E.

He-12 0. 1 mi W of He-ll. NW*SE) sec 16, T43S, do do --- 6
R28E.

He-13 4.0 mi E of Hendry-Lee Co line, on Fla 78, C. Lcton 8/9/56 --- 6 76.5
then 0. 5 mi N on lane. Well is 10 yds N La Belle, Fla.
end of lane. SE*SW* sec 4, T43S, R28E.

He-14 250 yds NNWof He-13. SElSW) sec 4, do do --- 6 83.0
T43S, R28E.

He-1S 250 yde NNW of He-14. NWiSW* sec 4, do do 700 6 81.5
T43S, RZ8E.

He-lb 250 yde NNW of He-15. NWiSW seec 4, do do 820 6 81.0
T43S, R28E.

He-17 4.0 mi E of Hendry-Lee Co line, on Fla 78, Whitton do --- 2 ---
then 100 yds N of road. Well is behind La Belle, Fla.
house. NEINWI sec 9, T43S, R28E.

He-18 0.4 mi Nof Fla 78, Ft Denaud. Well is W E.C. Mills do --- 6 84.0
of road. NE)NW) sec 10, T43S, R28E. Clewiston, Fla.

He-19 0. 5 mi N of Fla 78, Ft Denaud, then 0. 15 mi DenaudCemetary do 250 2 77.0
W, then 0. 15 mi N to ditch. Well is E of Ft. Denaud,
road in ditch. SWiSWI sec 3, T43S, R28E. Fla.

He-20 0. 5 mi N of Fla 78, Ft Denaud, then 0. 15 mi do do 750 6 81.0
W. Well is 2nd ditch W of road. SWJSWl
sec 3, T438. R28E.

He-21 8.0 mi S of jct Fla 80 and 29, on Fla 29, then Roy Dana 8/12/56 896 6 82.0
3. L mi E, then 0.25 mi N to well. NW*SW) La Belle, Fla.
sec 13,T44S, R29E.

Heo-L 8.0 mi S of jet Fla 80 and 29, on Fla 29, then do do --- 6 80.0
3. 85 mi E, then 0. 25 mi S, then 0. 4 mi SW.
Well is at site of abandoned sawmill. NE*SW*
sec 24, T448. R29 E.

He-23 11.5 mi S ofJct Fla 80 and 29, on Fla 29, A. C. L. R.R. do 700 6 80.0
then 3. 7 mi E on Fla 832, then 150 yds S.
Well is 20 yds W of railroad track by
abandoned house. NW*SE) sec I, T45S, R29E.
I __.._ -- _







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


13. 1 Top of 6" valve 20 N 1, 332 Valve inoperative, wild flow
1.6' a.. a.


--- 100 N 1,428 Csg. broken below surface



-- 2 N 652 Open csg.




--- N 800 Open csg.


8 N 320 Plug missing from tee, wild
flow


-- -- 25 N 840 Open cag.


--- 20 S 600 Csg. broken below surface


--- --- 40 S 440 Open ceg.


S S --- Wild flow



150 S 1,160 Open cog.


2. 3 I 120 Open csg.



1.7 Top of 6" csg. 0. 5 N 1,160 Open ceg.
1.4' a. 1. .


200+. S 4,240 Open csg.
I


--- 60 N 1,200 Broken csg. wild flow




20 N 1,160 Broken 6" ell.







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HENDRY COUNTY (continued)

He-Z4 14.0 mi of jet Fla 80 and 29. on Fla 29. M.N. Taylor 8/12/56 995 --- 81.0
Well is 50 yde N of house on W side of hwy. La Belle, Fla.
SEiSEi sec 17, T4SS. RZ9E.

He-Z5 15.0 mi S of jet Fla 80 and 29, on. Fla 29, Hendry Co. do --- 6 81.5
then 1.0 mi E. Well is 100 yds N and 60 yde
E of crossroads. SWiSWI sec 22, T45S,
R29E.

He-26 16.0 mi S of jet Fla 80 and 29, on Fla 29, Nellie Weathers- do --- 6 82.5
then 2.0 mi E. Well is just N of road and bee
100 yds W of turn. SEISEI sec 27, T45S, Felda, Fla.
RZ9E.

He-Z7 0. 5 mi E of Hendry-Lee Co line on Fla 80, Circle Bar 8/13/56 531 8 82.0
then 0 mi S to canal crossing. Well is Cattle Co.
0. 25 mi W of canal. NEISW asec 19, T44S, La Belle, Fla.
R28W.

He-28 1.05 mi E of Hendry-Lee Co line on Fla 80, C. A. Murphy do 800 10 80.5
then 0. 25 mi N to ditch. Well is 20 yds W of La Belle, Fla.
road on S side of ditch. SW)NEI sec 30,
T43S. R28E.


HIGHLANDS COUNTY

Hi-1 6. 8 mi E of Fla 25 on county road just N of S. Y. Hartt &Son 8/31/56 200 2 74.0
Dinner Lake to Arbuckle Creek. Well is 350 Avon Park, Fla.
yds S of hwy and 40 yde W of bridge. SE*NW)
sec 18, T348, R30E.

Hi-2 6.5 mi NE of Sebring. SEI sec 31, T33S, O.G. Murphy do 150 2 74.0
R30E.

H1-3 7. 5 mi NE of Sebring. NWiSWI sec 29, T33S, do do 150 2 74.0
R30E.

Hi-4 7. 5 mi NE of Sebring. SE4SWW sec 19, T33S, do do 150 2 74.0
R30E.

H-5 8. 5 mi NE of Sebring. NE4SW* sec 18, T33S, do do 150 2 74.0
R30E.

Hi-6 6.5 mi NE of Sebring. NEiSE) sec 25, T33S, do do 150 2 74.0
R29E.

Hi-7 6.0 mi NE of Sebring. NW4SW1 see 31, T33S, do 9/1/56 150 2 74.0
R30E.

Hi-8 3. 5 mi E of ACL RR crossing E of DeSoto D. Va Palmer do --- 2 75.0
City, on US 98, then 700 yds S on lane to 2nd
house. Well is 8 yda S of house. SW3SWj
sec 15, T35, R30E.

Hi-9 100 yds N of Hi-8, then 500 yds Z on lane in do do --- 4 76.0
front of cabins, then 50 yde N. Well is 40 yds
E of barn and 4 yde S of EW cross fence.
NWISEI Rec 15. T358 R30,_








INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. '10


-) F04










S
5 a.1. constantly












200+ N 640 Plug missing from 8" tee,
wild flow











4.0 Top of 2" valve 6 S 12 Valve partially open
2. 65 a. .s.
--- 8 S Open csg.











S--- 8 S Open c g.


8 8 --- Opencsg.
2.5 D 1,000 No valve on outlet












































--- 8 S --- Open csg.


-5 2 S --- Open csg.


4. 83 Top of 2" tee 8 S 1 120 VOpen cg.
2.65' a. 1.s.

31 Top of 2"tee 20 S 712 Open csg.
0.91' a.l.s.



S T o 10 S 16 Valve partially open
--- --- 10 S 16 Valve partially open






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HIGHLANDS COUNTY (continued)

HI-10 100 yds N of Hi-8, then 270 yds E on lane in D. V. Palmer 9/1/56 --- 2 76.0
front of cabins, then ISO yds 3 to cabin. Well
is 5 yda from SW corner of cabin. SWISE1
sec 15, T35S, R30E.

Hi-11 3. 3 mi E of ACL RR crossing E of DeSoto Palmer-Boney- 9/3/56 300+ 3
City, on US 98, then 0. 75 mi N from E side O'Neil
of culvert. Well is on fence row on 9-10 sec
line. NEISE) sec 9, T35S, R30E.

Hi-1 0. 37 mi E of ACL RR crossing E of DeSoto --- do --- --- 76.0
City, on US 98, then 1. mi to gate to Hendrix
Air Field, then 1. 1 mi farther NE, then 0.5
mi NW on paved road, then 1.45 mi N on lane
along E side of railroad spur, then 0. 2 mi W
on same lane, then 50 yds left through 2 gates
onto railroad bed, then 0. 4 mi NW. Well is
6 yde N of railroad bed. NEINWI sec 32,
T34S, R30E.

Hi-13 2.85 mi E of jct Fla 25 and 621, on Fla 621, Joe Durance do --- li 73.0
then 4.92 mi S on sand road. Well is 15 yds Lake Placid, Fla.
S of road and 10 yds W of cattle pen.
NWiSE seec 23, T37S. R30E.

Hi-14 2. 85 mi E of Jct F'la 25 and 621, on Fla 621, do 10/1/56 90 2 72.0
then 4.95 mi S on sand road, then 0.3 N on
lane between 2 houses. Well is at NE corner
of house on E side of lane. SWiNE4 sec 23,
T37S. R30E.

Ht-AI 1.2 mi E of jct Fla 70 and 721, on Fla 70, Lykes Bros. 7/18/50 --- 2 82.0
then 0.9 mi N on lane. Well is 45 yde W of Tampa, Fla.
lane. NWINW4 sec 25, T37S, R32E.

USGS 1. 8 mi E ofjct Fla 25 and 621, on Fla 621, Burton a& Mays do 180 2 74. 5
H- then 1. 5 mi NE on graded road, then 40 yda Ranch
261 E through gate to cabin. Well is at NE Lake Placid, Fla.
corner of cabin. NW WSWI sec 27, T36S,
R30E.

USGS 0.05 mi N of H-261. Well is at SE corner Morris Howes do 139 2 74.5
H- of cabin. NWLSW1 sec 27, T36S, R30E. Lake Placid, Fla.
262

USGS 1.05 ml Nof H-261 on graded road, then do do 180 3 74.5
H- 40 yds NE on lane to cabin. Well is between
26) cabin and dock. SWINW4 sec 27, T36S, R30E.

USGS 1. 8 mi E of jct Fla 25 and 621, on Fla 621, J.R. Hendry do 130 2 74.0
H- then 1.4 mi N on graded road, then 0.3 mi S & Sons
270 on lane, then 0. 1 mi E on lane to tool shed. Lake Placid, Fla.
Well is at SW corner of shed. SWISWi sec 27,
T36S.R30E.

USGS 2.85 mi E of jct Fla 25 and 621, on Fla 621, do 7/19/50 65 2 74.5
H- then 3.85 mi S on clay road, then 0. 1 mi SE
273 on lane to 2 sheds. Well is 130 yds E of the
N shed. SWINWi sec 23. T37S. R30E. _____I







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


I S 16 No valve, wild flow




6.0 Land surface 10 S --- Valve partially open, flows
I constantly



1. 1 Cement lab 2 S 8 No valve, flows constantly
0.00' a. .s.










1. 5' a.. s.


14. Faucet 5 D --- Spigot open, flows constantly
0.00' a..s. S




23.0 Center of 3" tee 1 S 96 Spigot open, flows constantly
1.5' a.l.s.


6.5 --- 5 D





13.0 --- 40 D ---



5.5 --- 50 D ---



1.5 -- 40 I ---





16.0 -- 0 1 ---







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HIGHLANDS COUNTY (continued)

USGS 2. 85 mi E of jct Fla 25 and 621, on Fla 621, J.D. Mitchell 7/19/50 85 2 74.5
H- then 4.0 mi S on clay road. Well is in ditch Sebring, Fla.
274 along N side of road. SW)NW seec 23,
T37S, R30E.

USGS 2.25 ml E of intersection Fla 25 and 70, on A. V. Reynolds 9/11/50 49 4
H- la 70, then 45 yds NW on lane, then 20 yds E Lake Placid, Fla.
330 to house, then 75 yde NE to shed. Well is
30 yde Z of SE corner of shed which is nearest
house. SEzSW) sec 35, T378, R30E.

USGS W on Fla 634 to sand road which is 50 yd* E I. C. Hart, Sr. 7/13/51 20
H- of stone wall at Highlands Hammock State Sebring, Fla.
409 Park, then 4. I mi S on sand road, then 1.05
mi W to lane, gate is across lane. Well is
0. 35 mi S of gate well looks like a spring.
NWI sec 28, T35S, R28E.

USGS W on Fla 634 to sand road which is 50 yds E do do 4 14 72.0
H- of stone wall at Highlands Hammock State
410 Park, then 1.8 mi S on sand road, then 1.8
mi W on lane, then 0. 35 mi S on lane, then
0. 1 mi W to fill at S side of bay head. Well
is at N end of fill in the bay head. NW*NW*
sec 17, T35S, R28E.


INDIAN RIVER COUNTY

IR-1 3. I ml W of Vero Beach city limit on Fla 60. Glomar Groves, 8/14/56 --- 6 81.0
Well is 20 yda S of hwy and 15 yds E of Inc.
canal. NWISW) sec 6, T33S, R39E. Vero Beach, Fla.

IR-2 4. I mi N of jct Fla 60 and US 441, on US441, Fondren Mitchell 8/15/56 --- 4 77.0
then 5. 3 mi E. Well is N of road. NEISWI Vero Beach, Fla.
sec 22, T31S, R35E.

IR-3 4. 1 mi Nof jct Fla 60 and US 441, on US 441, do do --- 4 77.0
then 5. 5 mi E, then 1. 3 ml N. Well is W of
road. SW NE) sec 15, T31S, R35E.

IR-4 4. I mi Nof Jt Fla 60 and US441, on US 441, do do --- 2 78.0
then 5. 5 mi E, then 0. 45 mi N, then 0. 55 mi
NE, then 0. 2 mi to levee. Well is N of levee.
SWiSWI sec 14, T31S, R3SE.

R-5 20. 5 mi W of Vero Beach city limit on Fla 60. Kenneth Prince 8/16/56 --- 6 80.0
Well is 30 yds S of hwy between levees. Vero Beach, Fla.
NE4SW* sec 6, T33S, R36E.

IR-6 300 yds SE of IR-5, and 400 yde from hwy do do --- 6 81.5
measured along levee. Well is E of levee.
NWJSW) sec 6, T33S, R36E.

IR-7 20. 5 mi W of Vero Beach city limit on Fla 60, do do --- 6 81.0
then sharp left turn across canal, then 0.4 ml
E along levee, then 0. 3 mi S along levee. Well
is 50 yds Eof levee. NEISEIsec 6, T33S, R36E.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


16.0 ..-- 0 I




12.0 -- 5 D





3.0 -20 S --






3.3 -- 10 S










200+ I 512 Valve partially open



--- --- 120 S 308 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly


... 120 S 344 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly


--- 40 S 520 Valve inoperative, wild flow
I



--- 200 S 654 Valve inoperative, wild flow
I


-- 200 S 682 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly


--- 50 S 684 Valve inoperative, wild flow
I






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Q to




Well 30 yds NW of Bell telephone cable
.3a .4 .i










house. NE4SE. see 36, T32S, R35E.
INDLAN RIVER COUNTY (continued)

IR-1 20. 5 mi W of Vero Beach city limit on Fla 60. Kenneth Prince 8/16/56 --- 6 80.5
Well in E of levee and 400 yde N of hwy. Vero Beach, Fla.
NE*NWI see 6, T33S, R36E.

IR-9 20. 5 ml W of Vero Beach city limit on Fla 60. do do --- 6 79.0
Well i2 30 yd NW of Bell telephone cable
houe. NEdi. Seec 36, T32, R3SE.

IR-10 0.4 mi W of N end Main St, Fellamere, on Fellamere 8/27/56 --- 3 79.0
Fla 507, then 2.0 mi N on Fla 507, then Develop. Corp.
200 yds E on lane. Well ai 35 ft N of lane Fellamere, Fla.
near foundation. SESNW4 sec 11, T31S, R37E.

IR- 1 0.4 mi W of N end Main St, Fellemere, on Carson Platt do --- 4 8
Fla 507, then 2. 5 mi N on Fla 507, then Fellarsmere, Fla.
40 yde E on lane to Australian pines. Well is
15 yds W of pines. SE3SW* sec 2, T31S, R37E.

IR-12 0.4 mi W of N end Main St. Fellemere, on do 8/28/56 --- --- 80.0
Fla 507, then 1.65 mi N on Fla 507. Well is
80 yde E and N of canal. NEiSWi sec 11,
T318. R37E.

IR-13 2.4 ml Nof Jet Fla 510 and AIA, on Fla AIA, J. V. D. Albora 3/15/51 540 5 77.5
then 0. 1 mi E. Well is N of road. SE*NW4 Co. 8/28/56
eec 15, T31S, R39E. Cocoa, Fla.

IR-14 3. 33 ml N of jet US 1 and Fla 510, on US 1. Sebastian Ent. 8/27/56 -- 2 ---
Well is 50 yde E of hwy in excavation ditch. Sebastian, Fla.
SWISW4 sec 8, T31S. R39E.

IR-1 2. 78 mi N of jct US 1 and Fla 510, on US 1. Fred Welti do --- 1l 77.5
Well is 30 yds W of hwy and 35 yde N of Miami, Fla.
house. NW NW) sec 17, T31S, R39E.

IR-16 2.67 mi N of Jct US 1 and Fla 510, on US 1. Margaret Futch do 1--- 1 77.0
Well is 25 yde E of hwy and 15 yde N of house. Sebastian, Fla.
NEZSWI sec 17, T31S, R39E.

IR-l1 2.43 mi Noft ct US I and Fla 510, on US 1. Mae Aker do --- ZI 78.0
Well is 25 yde W of hwy. NW*SE) eec 17, Wabasso. Fla.
T31S, R39E.

IR-18 0.28 mi N Gifford city limit on US 1. Well is Mrs. Claude 8/28/56 820 6 77.0
50 yds E of hwy behind house with circular Smith
drive. NWiSW4 sec 23, T328, R39E. Vero Beach, Fla.

IR- 19 0.25 mi E of E side Indian River on Fla 510, Deerfield Groves 8/29/56 --- 4 79.0
then 0. 35 mi N on eand road, then 0. 1 mi E Wabasso, Fla.
on lane in grove. Well is N of lane. NW*SWj
sec 23, T31S, R39E.

IR-20 0.65 mi E of E side of Indian River on Fla 510. F. C. Eakin 3/29/51 --- 3 79.0
Well is 40 yde N of hwy. SEISW4 sec 23, Wabasso, Fla. 8/30/56
T31S, R39E.

IR-LI 2.7 mi Sof Jet Fla 510 and AIA, on Fla A1A, Fred Tuerk 8/29/56 --- 4 77.0
then 0.4 mi E, then 1.05 mi S on lane. Well Vero Beach, Fla.
Is 5 yde E of lane. NE sNEisec 1Z. T3,3 R39ZE.__ __







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10 69


44











150 S 678 Valve inoperative, wild flow
I


--- --- 120 N 560 Valve inoperative, wild flow



19.0 Top of csg. 120 N 808 Open cag.
0.00' a.l.s.



8 N 540 Spigot open




--- --- 20 S 808 Valve inoperative, spigot open,
I wild flow



--- --- 150 I 760 Valve inoperative, wild flow



-35 N --- Valve inoperative, wild flow



7 P 220 Open csg.



S18 P 196 Open cg.



-- --- 5 I 132 Leaking around wood plug in
1" pipe


22.7 Top of cag. 50 S 296 Valve inoperative, leakage,
0. 4 a. l. wild flow


10 I 360 Open cog.




--90 N -800 Valve partially open, flows
constantly


--- 5 N 720 Open csg.
18 19 Oen sA







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INDIAN RIVER COUNTY (continued)

IR-LZ 3. 5 m N of Jet Fla 510 and ALA, on Fla A1A. S. J. Pryor 8/29/56 --- 3 78.0
Well is 10 yds W of hwy in grove. SEINEI Wabasso, Fla.
sec T3 IS, R39E.

IR-23 Located near middle of Johns Island. NEINEI Fred Tuerk do
sec 13, T32S, R39E. Vero Beach, Fla.

IR-Z4 0.8 mi N of jet Fla 502 and AIA. on Fla A1A City of Vero 5/16/51 640 3 ---
to abandoned Coast Guard tower. Well is 100 Beach
ft W of hwy. NE41SW sec 29, T32S, R40E.

IR-25 2.45 mi W of US 1 on Fla 60, then 0. 5 mi N Central Groves 8/30/56 --- 4 78.0
on Kings Hwy. Well is 20 yds E of house on E Corp.
side of hwy. NWiNW4 sec 4, T33S, R39E. Vero Beach, Fla.

1R-26 3.75 mi N of Fla 60 on Kings Hwy to canal. E.B. Hardee do --- 3 78.0
Well is 60 yde E of hwy and 100 yda S of Vero Beach, Fla.
canal. SWjSW* see 16, T3ZS, R39E.

IR-Z7 3. Smi N of Fla 60 on Kings Hwy, than 0.35 do do --- 5 78.0
mi E. NEiNW* sec 21, T32S,R39E.

IR-28 3.5 mi N of Fla 60 on Kings Hwy. Well is do do --- 4 78.5
150 yds E of hwy and 50 yds N of side road.
SWjSWj sec 16, T32S, R39E.

IR-29 0. 5 ml E of IR-27. Sec 21, T32S, R39E. do do --- 4


1R-30 0.68 mi S of jet Fla 606 and 611, on Fla 611. Otis O. Welch 8/31/56 --. 4 79.0
Well is 10 ft W of road. NEISEI sec 28, Wabasso, Fla.
T333, R39E.

IR-31 1.6 mi W of US 1 on Fla 606 (Oslo Road). J. H. Brady do --- 3 78.0
Well is 15 yds S of road. NWjNEI sec 26, Vero Beach, Fla.
T33S, R39E.

IR-32 1.0 ml W Lateral "B" road on Oslo Road Paul & Hazel 9/4/56 --- 4 78.0
(Fla 606), then 0. 25 mi S, then 0. 25 ml W. Robertson
Well is S of road and fence. NEMNEl sec 30, Vero Beach, Fla.
T338, R39E.

IR-33 3. 25 ml of jet Fla 60 and 607, on Fla 607. J. H. Dustman 9/5/56 --- 4 77.0
Well is 10 yds E of road. SWISWI sec'23, Vero Beach, Fla.
T33S, R39E.

IR-34 2.05 mi S of jet Fla 60 and 607, on Fla 607, City of Vero do --- 3 76.0
then 0. 5 mi E on Citrus Ave, then 0. 15 mi N Beach
on 20th Ave, then 0.2 mi E on Poinciana
Blvd to Lake Shore Dr. Well is between lake
and Lake Shore Dr. SWINEI sec 14, T335,
R39E.

IR-35 0. rml Sof Fla 60 on 42nd Ave. Lake on E Mrs. MacFarland do --- 3 78.0
side of road. Well is 25 yde S of lake. Finley
NWISW) sec 3, T33S, R39E. Vero Beach, Fla.






INFORMATION 'CIRCULAR NO. 10


*0
S 3









15 N 200 Open cag.



3 N --- Open csg.


20.5 Top of 3" csg. 5 N 970 Open cag., casing rusted off
0.00' a.1.s.


--- --- 4 I 400 Broken pipe



15.5 Top of 3" tee 100 S 280 Valve.partially open, flows
0. 5' a.. s. I constantly


--- --- 300 S 320 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly

15.2 Surface 30 S 360 Valve partially open, flows
0.00' a. I.e. I constantly


-- 30 S --- Valve partially open, flows
I constantly

18.0 Top of 4" valve 200 I 400 Valves partially open, flows
0.00' a.l.s. constantly


100 P 400 3" line to pond open



--- -- S 400 Valve partially open, flows
constantly



17.5 Top of 4" valve 15 N 320 Valve inoperative, wild flow
2' a.l.s.


17. 2 Top of cg. 300 P 400 Valve partially open, flows
0.00' a. .s. constantly





--- 40 P 400 Valve inoperative, wild flow


71






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INDIAN RIVBR COUNTY (continued)

IR-36 1.0 mi 8 of Fa 60 on Range Lne road, then C.B. Jones 9/5/56 4 81.0
0.65 ml W. Well Is IS yde 8 of road beyond Vero Beach, Fla.
ditch. NE)ZW* s*e II, T338, R38E.

IR-.7 1. S mi N of Fa 60 on Ranch Road, then 0. 5 W. E. Sexton 9/6/56 *** 3 79.5
mi E on Walker Ave. Well It 100 yds N of Vero Beach, Fla.
road. SWflSW see 21, T32S, R38E.

IR- )a 0. 3 ml S of South Relief Canal on Fla 60, then Sunshlne State Re- 9/4/56 300+ 4 76.0
0. 18 mi SW of Fla 60 on Shell Road, then 0.09 tirement Homes
ml W. Well Is In middle of road. SWINE) Vero Beach, Fla.
sec A4, T333, R39E.

IR-19 0. 3 mi of South Relief Canal on Fla 60, then do 9/5/56 --- 4 76.0
0.07 ml W. Well Is 40 yds N of road by Guava
tree. NW)NEseee 14, T338, R39E.

IR-40 3.45 mi N of nia 60 on Ranch Road. Well Is Kenmore Ranch 9/6/56 --- 4 80.5
30 yde B of Ranch Road. NWiNW1 se* 24, Vero Beach, Fla.
T5,R314E.

IR-41 About 3.0 mi S of Vero Beach on US 1, at McKee Jungle 9/14/56 700 0 76.0
MeKee Jungle Gardens. Well is 100 yds E of Gardens
hwy and 50 yde NE of Jungle ticket office. Vero Beach, Fla.
SWINW) see 18, T338, R40E.


LAKE COUNTY

Il5 0.4 ml W of center of St Johns River on Fla Ocala National 4/12/56 *** *-- 73.0
40, then 0. )3 ml SW on graded road, then Forest
1. 3 ml S. Well sl 86 yds N of dead end and
13 yde E of road. NE)SE) sec 31, TISS,
HRiE.

,16 0.4 ml W of center of St Johns River on Fla R. E. Shokley do 138 4 74.0
40, then 0. 6 ml SW on graded road, then Immokalee, Fla.
.. 65 mi S (0. 5 mi S of fire tower), then 0.9
mi E, then 0. 4S ml N on sandy trail to well.
Well Il 7 ft left of road. SEiNWi grant 39,
T16S. R28E.


About 0.1 ml SW of 336. SW)NW) grant 39,
TI168, aRE.

0. a ml E of Astor Park on Fla 40. Well is
20 yds S of hwy. SEINW) eec 34, TIS8, RI7E.

0.61 mi E of Astor Park on Fla 40, then 0.95
ml N on graded road. Well is 300 yde W of
lane. SEINEi see 27, TISS, R7E.

0. 46 ml W of center of St Johns River on Fia
40. Well is N of road behind service station
and store. NE1SEi see 30. TISS, RI2E.

0.94 mi W of center of St Johns River on Flr
40. Well is in hwy ditch on N side of road.
NWiSEI see 30. TISS. RIE.


Ocala National
Forest


O. M. Lee
Astor, Fla;


4/33/56


4/24/56


5/8/56


72.0


I


I I .~





INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


ill II 3 I I



--- Z00 S 640 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly

--- .- 200 8 560 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly

.. .. 18 N 280 Open aog.



S- 7 N 280 Open cog.


--- 5 S 640 Valve inoperative, wild flow
I

--- 7 In 520 Valve inoperative, wild flow






10 N 3,010 Wild flow




150 N 2,415 Cog. rusted out, wild flow





2.0 Top of cog. 30 N 1,650 Cig. badly rusted, wild flow
I' a. 1. e.
6 N C--- Cg. broken off below surface,
wild flow
10 N 120 C1g. badly rusted, wild flow


9.31 Top of 2" pipe 16.6 D 220 Minnows
2.23' al.s. In

0.65 --- 2 N 530







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LAKE COUNTY (continued)

154 0.83 mi W of center of St Johns River on Fla Curtis Lucas 5/8/56 82 2 72.5
40. Well is 55 yds N of road or 12 yds N of Astor, Fla.
NE corner of house. NWiSE) sec 30, TISS,
R28E.

260 0.46 mi W of center of St Johns River on Fla --- 5/9/56 --- 3 73.0
40, then 108 yds S on graded road nearest
river. Well Is 20 yds W of road and 28 yds S
of S corner of house. NE*SE) see 30, TISS,
R28E.

261 0.46 mi W of St Johns River on Fla 40, then --- 5/10/56 84 2
183 yde SW on graded road, then 145 yds W
on graded road. Well is 13 yds N of Community
house. SWISWI sec 30, TISS, R28E.

262 0. 46 mi W of St Johns River on Fla 40, then Lela Dillard do 96 2
600 yds S on graded road to crossroad. Well
is 10 yde N of NE corner of house which is
on NE corner. SWISWI see 30, TISS, R28E.

263 0. 88 mi W of St Johns River on Fla 40, then Casson & do 88 2
600 yds 3 on graded road to crossroad, then Dorris
110 yds NE on graded road. Well is buried Astor, Fla.
4 yds in front of house 8 of road. SEISEj
see 30, TIS, R28E.

264 0. 46 mi W of St Johns River on Fla 40, then --- do
83 yds SW on graded road. Well is 30 yds S of
road in woods. SEISE4 sec 30, TISS, R28E.

268 0.46 ml W of St Johns River on Fla 40, then --- do -- 2
0. 6 mi SW on graded road, then 1. 85 mi S on
graded road, then 1.05 ml E on graded road,
then 0. 34 mi NE on lane. Well is 45 yds NW
of let cabin on river bank. SE)NW* sec 5,
T16S, R28E.

284 0.46 ml W of St Johns River on Fla 40, then Sam Lahti 5/18/56 100 1l ---
0. 31 mi SW on graded road, then 1.2 mi S Astor, Fla.
on graded road, then 0. 3 mi E, then 0.29 mi
S to end of road, house Is 30 yde W of road.
Well is 10 yde 8 and 68 yds W of SW corner
of house. SW*SW seec 31, TISS, RB2E.

91 L. 79 mi W of jct Fla 40 and 445, Astor Park, B.E. Brown do 135 2 72.0
on Fla 40, then 2.77 mi N on graded road Astor, Fla.
(Blue Cr ladge Road). Well is 10 yde S of
road. NW NWI sec 23, TISS, Rt2E.

18 3.2 mi E of Jct Fla 46 and 437, on Fla 46, J.G. Lewis 6/4/56 150 3 72.5
then 1. 3 ml S on lane to house. Well is 150 Sorrento, Fla.
yds S and 120 yds W. NWINE) sec 34,
T19S, R28E.

119 Well is 75 yds S of 318. NWiNEI see 34, do do 150 3 72.0
TI9S, R28E.

______________________________-____-____ -____ -







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10 75


i! d







4.7 Top of 2".cg, 3 In. 1,010 Open cag.
0.7' a.l.s.



... --- 12 N 640 Obstruction 15' below top of
3" tee




5. 28 Top of 1" ell. 3 N 605 Free flow through j" fitting
1. 2' a. l.s.



1.99 Top of 2" csg. 3 D 20 Open csg.
0.67' a.I.s.



5.5 0.00' a.1.s. 4.1 D 1,280 Constant flow from I" pipe
S




--' 4 N 920 Open csg.



5.6 Top of 2" tee 4 In 2, 800
1' a.l.e.





2. 1 Top of cemnent 1 S 2,855 Valve inoperative, flows
base constantly
0.8' a.l.s.




0.8 Top of 2" ell. 15 N 1,030 Valve partially open, flows
0.8' a.l.s. constantly



N 15




-- 2 N 10 Valve partially open, flows
constantly







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LAKE COUNTY (continued)

321 5.25 mi E of Jet Fla 46 and 437, on Fla 46, Reiter Farm & 6/4/56 --- 4 76.0
then 1.3 ml N on lane. Well is SE of end of Ranch Co.
road next to marsh. NW)NWI sec 19, T19S, Longwood, Fla.
R29E.

336 2. 5 mi SW of St Johns River on Fla 44. Well Henry Tanner 6/8/56 145 2 72.0
Is 20 yds NW of road. NWISW) sec 27, T178, Eustis, Fla.
R29E.

337 0. 4 m W of jct Fla 42 and 44, on Fla 42 to A. J. Guenther do --- 6 74.0
crossroad, then 50 yds W on Fla 42, then DeLand, Fla'.
30 yds NE on lane. Well ii NW of lane.
Sec 38, T17S, R29E.

339 1 mi Wof ct Fla 42 and 44, on Fla 42. Well --- 6/11/56 105 4 73.0
l SO0 yds S of road at SE corner of cattle pens.
Sec 38, T17S, R29E.

340 4. 3 ml W of ect Fla 42 and 44, on Fla 42, V. E. Douglase do 97 4
then SW on clay road to drainage ditch. Well Lake Mary, Fla.
it 20 yds S of road on E side of ditch. SE*SE)
sec 23, TI7S, RZ8E.

341 30 yd S of 340 on E side of drainage ditch, do do 145 4 ---
SE*SE* sec 23, T17S, R28E.

342 0. 4 mi W of Jct Fla 42 and 44, on Fla 42, Ernest A. Rano do 134 ---
then 25 yds SW on paved road. Well is at S DeLand, Fla.
corner of house. NWINW* sec 23, T17S,
R29E.

343 6 mi N of intersection Fai 40 and 19, on Fla Juniper Lodge 4/24/56 --- 6 73.0
19, then 1 mi NE, then 6 mi S on lane. Well Louisville, Ky.
is 75 yds W of Lake George. El sec 37,
T 14. R27E.

345 8 mi N of intersection Fla 40 and 19, on Fla S. F. Lemmon 6/12/56 2 73.0
19. then 2 mi E on graded road, then 10 yde Palatka, Fla.
3, then E on lane to cabin. Well is at dock
on E aide of cabin. Sec 19, T14S, R27E.

346 Well is 4 cabinet, 110 yds S of 345. Well is R. C. Switser do 23 li 72.0
at SW corner of dock. Sec 19, T145, R27E. Jacksonville,
Fla.

347 50 yds Nof 345 on lake edge. Sec 19,T14S, --- do --- 2 75.0
R27E.

349 3 cabins, 80 yds S of 345. Sec 19,T14S, --- 6/13/56 23.6 21 72.0
R27E.

352 50 yds S of 345. Sec 19, T14S, R27E. do --- li 73.0







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10 77


U i










17.0+ --- 6 N 80




--- --- 2 S 16 Open cag.



4 N 288 Open csg., obstruction at 2'




--- 4 S 160 Open csg,



-- I Wild flow




N --- Wild flow


1.0 Top of cag. --- S --- Wild flow
0.5' a. a.



S--- 8 N 5,260 Open csg., obstruction 5'
below top of csg.



5.0 Lake surface 4 D 520 Flows constantly from P" pipe




2. 5 Top of csg. 1 N 16 Flows constantly from reducer
1.5 a.l.s.


2.5 Top of csg. --- N 20 Open csg.
2.5' a.l. s.

4.6 Top of 2Z" tee I D 16 Flows constantly from 1" pipe
2.4' a.l.s.

3.5 Top of i1" outlet 6 D 20 Flows constantly from Ij" pipe
under pump house
1.5' a. 1. e.






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LAKE COUNTY (continued)

282 0.46 mi W of St Johns River on Fla 40, then --- 5/17/56 26 1l 72.0
0.6 mi SW on graded road, then 1.85 mi S on
graded road, then 0. 51 mi E on graded road,
then 0. 34 mi S on faint lane. Well is 30 yde E
of lane in clump of pines. SEINE* sec 7,
T16S, R28E.


LEE COUNTY

L-l 4.4 mi W of US 41 on Fla 78, then 3.8 mi Sof Bert Drawhorn 10/16/56 1,200 8 85.0
Fla 78 on county road, then 0. 5 mi W on lane, Ft. Myers, Fla.
then 0. 55 mi Non lane. Well is W of lane.
NWINE) sec 25, T44S, R23E.

L-2 4.4 mi W of US 41 on Fla 78, then 3.8 mi S of do do 1,200 8 84.0
Fla 78 on county road, then 0. 5 mi W on lane.
Well is S of lane. SWjSW seec 25, T44S. R23E.

L-3 4.4 mi Wof US 41 on Fla 78, then 5. 3 mi S of do do 1,200 8 83.0
Fla 78 on county road, then 0.25 mi W along
ditch. Well is N of ditch. SWINE) sec 1,
T45S,R23E.

L-4 200 yds E of L-3. SEINEI sec 1, T45S, R23E. do do 1, 00 8 ---

L-5 0. 5 mi N of L-4 on W side of county road. do do 1,200 8 ---
SEISEI sec 36, T44S, RZ3E.

L-6 4.4 mi W of US 41 on Fla 78, then 3.6 mi S of G. W. Keller 10/17/56 300 4 76.0
Fla 78 on county road, then 550 yds E on lane. Ft. Myers, Fla.
Well is 260 yds S of lane and 40 yds E of
fence. Center SWI sec 30, T44S, R24E.

L-7 4.4 mi Wof US 41 on Fla 78, then 3.6 mi S of do do --- 2
Fla 78, then 300 yds E on lane. Well is N of
lane. NWISWi sec 30, T44S, R24E.

L-8 4.4 mi Wof US 41 on Fla 78, then 7. 33 mi S P. B. Crews do --- 6 80.0
of Fla 78 on county road. Well is E of road. N. Ft. Myers,
SWINEI sec 13, T45S.R23E. Fla.

L-9 3. 35 mi S of Fla 78 on Fla 767, then 300 yds H. B. Kline do --- 80.0
E of hwy to well. SE4SE sec 10, T45S, Ft. Myers, Fla.
R22E.

L-10 6. 3 mi W of US 41 on Fla 78, then 0.7 mi S Guraci Growers 10/18/56 --- 6 80.0
and E on graded road. Well is E of road and Ft. Myers, Fla.
S of ditch. SE4NWI sec 13, T44S, R23E.

L-ll 0. 3J mi S and 0.25 Eof L-10 in SW corner do do 300 3 77.5
of fenced field. NWISEI sec 13, T44S, R23E.

L-l 7. 3 mi W of US 41 on Fla 78 to lane on N. J. P. Nielsen 10/22/56 800 6 84.0
Well is 35 yds W of lane behind house. Ft. Myers, Fla.
SWISE) sec 15, T44S, R23E.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


* !
a










0.0 0.00'a.l.s. 0.8 N 250 Open csg.









-.. --- 30 I 880 Faulty valve, flows constantly




-- 4.5 I 560 Valve leaks, flows constantly



-.. --- 38 I 920 Valve partially open, flows
constantly



--- 5 I --- Faulty 2" valve, flows constantly

--- .- 5 I 1,000 Faulty 2" valve, flows constantly


7.5 Center of 2" ell. 4.5 S 400 Leaking 14' valve, flows
constantly



6.6 Top of 2" ell. 5 S 560 Valves partially open, flows
1.6' a.1.s. constantly


21.3 Center of 6"valve 3 S 960 Valve inoperative, wild flow
0.31 a.1.s.


24.5 Center of 6"valve 1 I 1,080 Valve leaks, flows constantly
1.5' a.l.s.


--- --- 3 D 720 Leaking 2"valve, flows
I constantly


8.6 Top of 3" coupling 1.5 S 240 Spigot open, flows constantly
0.5' a.l.s.

23.0 Center of 6" tee 15 S 600 Valve partially open, flows
0. 81 a.l.. .constantly







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LEE COUNTY (continued)

L-13 7. 3 mi W of US 41 on Fla 78, then 0.5 mi J. P. Nielsen 10/22/56 225 3 80.0
N on lane. Well is 0. 25 mi W of lane. SEJNWJ Ft. Myers, Fla.
sec 15, T44S, RZ3E.

L- 14 1. 6 mi S of Fla 78 on Fla 767, then 0. 18 mi Mrs. Mike Uhler do 700 3 81.0
W on road, then 0. 15 ml S on lane. Well is Pineland, Fla.
30 yds 3 of house. SEINE) sec 4, T45S,
RZ2E.

L-IS 1.65 ml N of Fla 78 on Fla 767. Wellis 20 Strlngfellow do 6 81.5
yde W of hwy and S of lane. NEINEI sec 20, Ft. Myers, Fla.
T44S, R22E.

L-16 2. 59 mi N of Fla 78 on Fla 767, then 100 yde Milton Bryon do --- 8
NE on sand road to ditch. Well is 10 yds N Pine Island, Fla.
of E-W ditch in N-S ditch. NW*NW* sec 16,
T44S. RZZE.

L-17 5.95 mi N of Fla 78 on Fla 767, then 60 yds Mrs. Peterson 10/23/56 --- 6 80.0
E on lane. Well is W of house and N of lane. Cleveland Hts.,
NWiSE ssec 31, T43S, R22E. Ohio

L-18 6. 35 mi N of Fla 78 on Fla 767, then 0.2 mi Jeffcodt Realty 10/25/56 350 4 82.0
E. then 0. 1 mi N. Well is 5 yds W of lane. Ft. Myers, Fla.
NEINEI sec 31, T43., R22E.

L- 19 6.05 mi N of Fla 78 on Fla 767. Well is 50 G. W. Short Est. do --- 4 81.0
yds Wof hwy. SW1NE4 sec 31, T43S, R22E. Sharon, Pa.

L-20 10.0 ml W of US 41 on Fla 78B and 78, then Charlotte Harbor do --- --- 76.5
0. 2 mi N on lane to fence. Well is 200 yds Farms, Inc.
N of fence. NW)NW- sec 19, T44S. R23E. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L-21 9.6 mi W of US 41 on Fla 78B and 78, then Gulf Coast Farms do --- 6 84.0
155 yds S on lane, then 0. 25 ml W on lane. Ft. Myers, Fla.
Well is N of lane. NEISWe sec 19, T44S,
R23E.

L-22 500 yds SE of L-23. Well is on SE side of do do --- 4 79.0
canal. NEiSEi sec 20, T44S, R23E.


L-23 9.6mi Wof US41on Fla78Band78, then 150yds S do 10/26/56 1,000 6 81.5
onlane. Wellis Eof lane. Sec 19, T44S. R23E,

L-24 9.05 ml W of US 41 on Fla 78B and 78, then W. A. Wright do 800 3 81.0
0. 45 mi S on road, then 40 yds W on lane. Ft. Myers, Fla.
Well is S of lane. NEISW4 sec 21, T44S,
R23E.

L-25 9.05 mi W of US 41 on Fla 78B and 78, then Belvin do --- 3 77.5
1. 10 mi S. then 200 yds W. Well is 40 yds Ft. Myers, Fla.
S on lane behind building. SE*NW* sec 28,
T44S. R3E.

L-26 9.05 mi W of US 41 on FlI 78B and 78, then D. W. Ireland do --- 3 78.5
2.45 mi S, then 0.75 mi W on road. Well is J. T. Smoot
S of road. SWISE1 sec 32, T44S, R23E. Ft. Myers, Fla.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


15. Center of 3 3 S 84 Spigot open, flows constantly

reducer
1. 3' a. i. s.

26.8 Center of 3" --- D 720 Valve partially open, flows
outlet I constantly
0. 8' a.l. s.


35 S 840 Valve inoperative, wild flow



--- --- 12 I 880 Valve inoperative, wild flow





2 I 1,720 Valve inoperative, wild flow



10 N 4, 040 Log plug, wild flow



9.3 Center of 4"valve 10 N 2,120 Valve, inoperative, wild flow
0.8' a.1. s.

--- -- 4 S 780 Valve partially open, flows
constantly


26.5 Center of 6" dis- 2 S 640 Spigot open, flows constantly
charge
1' a. .s.


20.7 Center of 4" dis- 30 S 360 Valve partially open, flows
charge constantly
2.5' a.1l. .

24.0 Center of 6"valve 150 I 640 Valve left open, flows constantly
0. 5' a.l.. .

22.8 Center of 3" dis- 15 S 600 Valve leaking, flows constantly
charge
0.8' a.l.s.


14.3 MP is 0. 5' a.l.s. 3 S 620 Valve partially open, flows
constantly



14.0 2" discharge SE 15 S 600 Valve partially open, flows
2' a.l.s. constantly






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LEE COUNTY (continued)

L.-7 0. 1 ml E of L-26. Well lo 8 of road. SE8ZI D. W. Ireland 10/26/56 *** 3 78. 5
sec 34, T448, Rl3E. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L-A8 0. 25 ml E of L-27. Well it 8 of road. do do --- 78.0
SWYISW sec 33, T441, R23E.

L-9 0. 21 ml E of L-28. Well Is N of lane. NE*SWi do o -- 3 78.0
sec 33. T448, R23E.


L*30 9.0 mi Wof US 41 on Fla 78 and 78, then do do ij 77.5
7 mi S, then 0.4 ml W. Well In S of road.
N8iNWI see 4, T458, RI3E.

L-)l 300 yde N of L-24 and W of ditch. NE)NE) W. A. Wright 10/29/56 800 4 79.0
*ee 21, T448, R23E. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L-. 9. 05 ml Wof US 41 on la 178B5 nd 78, then J. A. Nett & Sons do *** 4 74.0
0. 6 ml S. Well is 00 yde W of road. Ft. Myers, Fla.
S3WSW seec A1, T448, R23E.

L-)3 2S0 yde Sot L-32. NE)NW see 23, T448. ddo o --- 4 74.0
RI3E.

L-34 6 mi W of US 41 on la 78, then 0. SS ml 8 Matlatcha do 2 77.0
on county road, then 80 yds E. Well 1 30 ft Plantation
Sof building. SWiSWI see T448, R.3E. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L-) 8. 6ml Wof US 41 on Fla 78, then 1.20 mi S do do 630 4 81.0
on county road, then E to well. Well I 150
yda E of county road. SW)NW) eec 27, T448,

L-36 .6 ml Wof US 41 on Fla 76, then 1.35 mi 8, do do 630 6 81.0
then I.04 ml E, then A.05 mi 8, then 0.21 ml
X. then 0. IS ml S, then 0. 15 ml E, then 0.3
mi S. Well L EB of ditch. SEiNW seec II,
T4SS, R23E.

L.17 0. 1 ml N and 0. 1 mi l of L-36. Well Is Wot do do 630 6 81.0
canal. NWINE sea II, T458.R RE.

L-J 0. 3 mi N and 0. S1 mi W of L-36. Well Ie E of do do 630 6 81.0
canal. NWINW4 ee II. T4SS, R23E.

L-39 0. 3 mi S of L-38 and W of canal. SWINW) do do 630 6 81.5
*ec Il,T458,R23E.

L-40 0.75 ml W of L-37. Well It W of road and do do 630 5 81. 5
canal. NWfNWt seo 10, T458, RI23.

L-41 I. ml W of U 41 on ria 78. Well lI I1 yde 3 do 10/Z5/56 660 6 83.0
of hwy. N)nNWI sre 21, T448, R23E.
L-44 7. mI W of US 41 on Fla 78. Well Is 30 ft 8 do 10/30/56 790 6 83.0
of kwy. 8IP8) see 15. T448, R23E.






INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10 83


15.7 Top of a" ell. SW 4 S 600 Valves partially open, flows
2. 5' ad. 1., constantly

13.8 1" valve SW 2 S 600 Valves partially open, flows
1. 8' a. l. constantly

11.8 1I" valve across 3 S 560 Valves partially open, flows
road constantly
0.8' a.l. a.

13.5 1" oi. 10 S 480 Valve partially open, flows
2. 5' a. 1.. constantly


18.8 Center of 4" dis- 10 S 480 Valve inoperative, wild flow
charge
1. 3' a. 1e..

13.5 i" ell. 4 S 220 Valve partially open, flows
5' a,l .. constantly


-- -- 2 240 Valves partially open, flows
constantly

9.0 Top of 2" too 50 S 172 Valves partially open, flows
0. 5' a. 1. s. constantly


16.3 Center of 4" valve 150 S 560 Valve partially open, flows
2' a. I constantly



13.0 Center of 6" valve 240 S 560 Valve partially open, flows
1. 2' a. .. s. I constantly




15.8 Center of 6" valve 300+ I 560 Valve partially open, flows
1.8' a.l. 1. constantly

*.. .-. 200 I 560 Valve partially open, flows
constantly

15.5 Center of 6" dis- 250 S 520 Valve partially open, flows
charge I constantly
I' a.l.e .

17.0 Top of 5" tee 150 S 480 Valve partially open, flows
0.8' a., 1. I constantly

21.5 Center of 6" valve 15 8 800 Valve partially open, flows
0.00' a.1. .. constantly

24.0 Center of 6" die- 75 S 640 Valve inoperative, wild flow
charge
%I- I al1. I







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LEE. COUNTY (continued)

L-43 7.85 mt W of US 41 on Fla 78, then 0.4 mi Matlatcha 10/30/56 --- 4 81.5
S. then 60 yde W. Well is N of road. SEINE) Plantation
Sec It. T44S, R23E. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L-44 7. 8 m W of US 41 on Fla 78, then 0. 85 ml N. Charles Nelson do 800 Ij 77.0
Well is W of road at NE corner of building. Ft. Myers, Fla.
SWtSZt sec 10, T448, R23E.

L-4 1. ml W of US 41 on Fla 781, then 1.0 mi S J. W. Goode do -- 6 -
on Moody Road, then 0. 35 mi W, then 0.25 Ft. Myers, Fla.
ml S to well. Well is 40 yds N of building
beseld pond. SW)NEI see 16, T44S, R24E.

L-46 1. I ml W of US 41 on Fla 78, then 0. S mi S Judd Groves 10/31/56 --- 6 82.0
on Brown Road. Well is 36 yds E of road. N. Ft. Myers,
36 yde E of W sec line on E-W center line of Fla.
sec 3, T448, R24E.

L-47 1.9 mi Wof US 41 on Fla 78. then 1.05 ml N. D. E. Corbitt do 742 4 83.0
Well is 50 ft E of road. NWINW eeac 33,
T438, R24E.

L-48 1.9 ml W of US 41 on Fla 78. then 0.65 mi N. Albert Miller do 830 5 85.5
Well is 100 yd. W of road by fence. NE*SE) Ft. Myers, Fla.
sec 32, T433, R24E.

L-49 1.9 ml W of US 41 on Fla 78, then 1.4 mi N Paul C. Ley do 1,155 6 86.0
and W. then 100 yds S on lane. Well is 200 Ft. Myers, Fla.
yds W of lane on E side of ditch. NW*NZC
sec 32. T43., R24E.

L-SO 5.9 mi N of Caloosahatchee River on US 41, G. Swetnick do --- 6 83.0
then 0.95 mi E of hwy. Well is S of fence. Brooklyn, N. Y.
SEiNW sec 15, T45S. R24E.

L- 6. 5 ml Nof Caloosahatchee River on US 41, J. Southerland 11/1/56 --- 6 84.5
then 0. 35 mi E. Well is at SE corner of Ft. Myers, Fla.
fenced pen. NW)NWl sec 9, T45S, R24E.

L-52 6. 35 mi N of Caloosahatcheo River on US 41, Tooke do 97 2 77. 5
then 140 yde W. Well is 40 yds NW of Ft. Myers, Fla.
garage. SWINE) sec 8, T45S. R24E.

L-53 7.60 mi Nof Caloosahatchee River, then 180 M. A. Drake do 400+ 3 82.5
yde W. Well is 20yds E of building. SW*NW* Ft. Myers, Fla.
sec 5, T4SS, RZ4E.

L-S4 0.9 mi E of US 41 on Fla 80. Well is 40 yde Rock Lake Court do 482 3
S of hwy. NWiNWi sec 12. T44S, R25E. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L-SS 3.6 mi E of US 41 on Fla 80. Well is 190 ft Evelyn Foy do 600 4 82.5
N of hwy. NEJSWI sec 4. T44S, RZ5E. Tice, Fla.


L-56 4.4 ml E of US 41 on Fla 80. Well is 25 yd Strayhorn do 6 82.0
N of house on N side of hwy. NW*NW* sec 3, Ft. Myers. Fla.
T448, RZIE.







INFORMATION CIRCULAR NO. 10


21.0 Center of 4" dis- 5 S 520 Valve inoperative, wild flow
charge
3' a. 1. .

5 N 200 Open csg.



--- --- 150 P 150 Valve partially open, flows
constantly



31.0 Center of 4" dis- 10 N 800 Valve inoperative, wild flow
charge
3.5' a.l. .


24.8 Center of 4" dis- 150 8 600 Valve inoperative, wild flow
charge I
0.3' a. 1. .

23.0 Top of 6" valve 135 S 580 Valve inoperative, wild flow
0.5' a. I


23.7 Center of 6" dis- 200+ I 480 Valve partially open, flows
charge constantly
0.5' a. 1. .


-- -- 70 N 960 Valve inoperative, wild flow



24.8 Top of 6" tee 55 S 880 Valve partially open, flows
0.8' a. l. constantly


3.0 Top of 2" cag. 0.5 S 160 Open cag.
3' a.l.e.


22.8 Center of 3" di-. 20 S 900 Valve inoperative, wild flow
charge
0.8' a. 1. .

100 P 1,280 Open ceg.


22.0 Center of 4" die- 15 I 640 Valve partially open, flows
charge constantly
3' a.l.s.

.. --- 5 S 920 Cag. and valves badly rusted,
flows constantly







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LE COUNTY (continued)

L.-7 0. 1 mi Z of Orange River on Fla 80. then 0.2 Strayhorn 11/1/56 --- 6 85. 0
mi N to lake. Well in on S side of lake in row Ft. Myers, Fla.
of Australlna pines. NWj8W) see 35, T438,
RAISE.

L-58 4.05 mi Eof Orange River on Fla 78, then B. Warner 11//56 4 77.0
0.9 mi NE to well. Well is 200 ydi 3 of Ft. Myers, Fla.
Caloosahatchee River. SW) sec 21, T438,
R26E.

L-S9 0.65 mi W of Fla 31, Olga, on old Fla 80, C. M. McAfee do 4 88.0
thee 0. 15 mi N. Well is W of lane. SWi New York, N. Y.
sec aI, T438, R26E.

L-60 300 yd 8 of bridle over Caloosahatchee River Mrs. Etta Lewis do --- 1 77.0
on Fla 31. Well is 20 yde behind house W of Ft. Myers, Fla.
road. NME see 21, T43., RU6E.

L-61 0. 2 ml E of Fla 31 on old Fa 80, then 0. 25 Alcoma Assoc. 11/7/56 6 80.0
mi N on lane n grove, then 0. 1 mi E. Well Inc.
ie 20 ft S of building. W) sec .Z, T438, RZ6E. Lake Wales, Fla.

L-62 0. 5 mi E of Fla 31 on old Fla 80, then 0.25 E. Whiddon do --- .4 77.0
mi 8. then 0. 1 mi W. Well is 30 ydo W. of N. Ft. Myers,
house. NE NW* sac 27, T438, R26E. Fla.

L-61 0.45 mi E of la 31 on Fla 80. Well Is 50 yds do do --- 4 75.0
N of road on E side of fence. NEmNW* sec 27,
T438, R26E.

L-64 0 ml E of Fla 31 on Fla 80, then 0.05 mi N. Paul Duke do --- --- 76.0
Well ti 20 yds E of road. NW NW sea 26, Ft. Myers, Fla.
T438. Ra6E.

L-65 0. 25 ml W of Hickey's Creek on Fla 80. Well H. E. Perkins do --- 3 75. 5
o 70 yde N of hwy. NW)NW sed 25, T438, Ft. Myers, Fla.
R16E.

L-66 0.4 ml E of Mickey's Creek on Fla 80. Well is J. L. Carter Ik do --- 4 75.5
120 yde N of hwy. NEoNE) sec a5, T438, Brown
R46E. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L.67 1. 45 ml E of Hickey's Creek on Fla 80. Well Bill Bundy do --- 6 76.5
is 100 ft N of hwy. NEkNM) see 30, T438, Ft. Myers, Fla.
R27E.

L-60 2.50 mi N of Calooshatchee River on Fla 31 W. F. Wilson 10/17/56 1,050 6 84.0
and 78, then S to building. Well is 100 yds 8 Ft. Myers, Fla.
of building. NE NE) see 17, T438, R26,.

L-69 2. 35 mi N of Caloosahatchee River on Fla 31 N. L. Armed& do *-- 3 77.0
and 70, then 0. 55 mi N on lane. Well is il Olga, Fla.
yde E of lane. NWiSEI see 9, T438, R26E.

L-70 0. AS ml S of L-69 and 50 yds W of lane. do do --- 3 76.5
SWINEI see 9. T438, R26E.


______________________________________________ _______







INFORMATION CIRCULAR; NO. 10


--- -- 75 P 600 Valve partially open, flows
constantly



7.3 Center of 3" valve 15 N 560 Valve inoperative, wild flow
1.3' a.l.s.



10.9 Center of 3" valve 25 N 960 Valve inoperative, wild flow
0.3' a. s.


5.5 0.00' a.l.. 1 D 520 Spigot open, flows constantly



--- 4 I 400 Valve inoperative, wild flow



-- 0.5 N 320 Open cg. intermittent flow



--- --- 4.5 S 520 Valve inoperative, csg. rusted
and leaking, wild flow


-- -- 10 N 320 Open cog.



4.5 Top of 3" valve 4 S 280 Valve partially open, flows
1' a. s. constantly


5 N 320 Cog. rusted and leaking, wild
flow


-- -- 30 N 400 Valve inoperative, wild flow



75 N 1,040 Valve inoperative, wild flow



9.5 Top of 3" tee 10 S 400 Qpen 3" tee, wild flow
1.5' a.l.s.


--- -- 10 S 368 Valve inoperative, wild flow







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LEE COUNTY (continued)

L-71 0. mi N of Caloosahatchee River on Fla 31 J. C. Duke 10/17/56 450 4 89.0
and 70, then 0. 7S mi W. Well is 100 yds SW Olga, Fla.
of house and E of road. NWISWI see 16,
T43, R26E.

L-72 0. 5 ml N of Calooeahatchee River on Fla 31 do do 80 6 78.0
and 78. Well is 100 yde W of hwy and 100 yde
N of lane. SEiNEZ see 16, r433, R26E.

L-7 %. 95 mi W of bridge over Caloosahatchee Dalwin White do ... 2 76.0
River at Alva on Fia 78, then 0, 15 mi N on Ft. Myers, Fla.
lane. Well la behind building. NWiSWl
see 14, T438, R26E.

L-74 0.75 mi W of Lee-Hendry Co line on Fia 78. Babcock Fla. Co. 10/18/56 --- 2 77.0
Well In 75 yde N of hwy. SWiSWI sec 13, Punta Gorda,
T4 IS. RZ7E. Fla,

L.-71 1. 15 ml W of road which crosses river at Square T. Ranch do --- 4 80.0
Alva on rla 80, then 0. 25 ml N, then 0.2 Ft. Myers, Fla.
mt E. Well is S of lane and 100 ft S of big
building. NW)NW sec 28, T438, R27E.

L-76 ,. I ml W of Lee-Hendry Co line on Fla 78, Jones 11/8/56 1,500 8 82.0
then 0. 5 ml S, then 100 yde W. Well is 80 Alva, Fla.
yds 3 of road. NElNEl sec 34, T43S, R27E.

L-77 1. ml E of Hckey'a Creek on iea 80, then 0. N. Strayhorn 11/9/56 --- 3 83.0
0.7 mi S to power line. Well lI beyond Sth Ft. Myers, Fla.
power line pole W of road. SWiSWI sec 30,
T4S., R27E.

1.-78 1.2 mi E of Hickey's Creek on Fla 80, then R. V. Lee (1do0 --- 3 81.5
0.7 mi 5. then 0. 3 ml SE. Well is SW of Ft. Myers, Fla.
road inside fence corner. NEZNEI sec 3,
T4S., R17E.

L-79 20 yda E of Hickey's Creek, on Fla 80, then G. W. Wightman do 1,400 6 82.0
100 yds l to fence. Well is 100 yde S of fence. Ft. Myers. Fla.
NWINEl see 25, T438, RA6E.

L-80 200 yda W and 100 yds S of jct Hickey's Dyees do 720 4 79.0
Creek anid ia 80. NWINW seac 25, T43S, Miami, Fla.
R26E.

L-81 0.25 ml W of Mickey's Creek on Fla 80, then Herbert Brink 11/13/56 640 5 80.5
0. ml S, then 0.4 ml E, then 0. 13 mi N. Ft. Myers, Fla.
Well io 50 yds SE of building on W bank of
Hickey's Creek. NWISWI seoc S, T43S, R26E.

L-82 0.75 ml N of Jet Orange River Road and Fla Galvin do 900+ 6 92.0
80 on Fla 80, then 0. 35 ml W. Well is 100 yds Buckingham,
N of building. NEISWI sec 32, T435, R26E. Fla.

L-8) 1. 25 mi 9 of Orange River Road on Bucking- City of do --- 6 84.5
ham Road, then 0. 5 mi E, then 0.75 ml SE Ft. Myers
to pool. Well in at N end of pool. NW*SE* Buckingham Air
see 16, T44, R6E. Base






INFORMATION, CIRCULAR. NO. 10


Ii ii






-- -- 4 S 1,080 Valve inoperative, wild flow



-- -- 60 S 148 Valve inoperative, wild flow


2. 5 D 132 Flows through pitcher pump,
wild flow


--- 15 D 664 Cag. rusted and leaking, wild
S flow

-- --- 5 S 480 Small valves inoperative,
wild flow


20.5 Top of 8"coupling 75 S 440 Valve partially open, csg. rusted,
I flows constantly

... -- 15 N 800 Open csg.



36,5 Top of 4" tee 75 N 760 Open 3" tee, wild flow
1.5' a. 1. .


35.8 Center of 4" dis- 200 S 730 Valve partially open, flows
charge I constantly
0.8' a. .s.
------ .75 S 480 Valve partially open, flows
I constantly

-- 20 0 S 720 Pipe and valve leaks, flows
constantly


22.5 0.00' a. 1. 60 P 1, 80 Valve partially open, flows
constantly

.. 120 N 720 Open csg.







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LEE COUNTY (continued)

L-S4 1. 35 mi S (trend right) of L-83. Well is 150 City of Ft. Myers 11/13/S6 --- 12 85.0
yde SE of road. SE)SE) sac 20, T448, R26E. Buckingham
Air Base

L-89 I. 15 mi S (trend right) of L-83. Well is 80 do do --- 6 85.0
ydo NW of road. SWiNW) sac A1, T44S, RU6E.

L-86 I. AS ml S of Orange River Road on Buckingham R. J. Flint do 816 6 84.5
Road, then 1. 0 mi E, then S. 0 ml SE. Well Is Olga, Fla.
N of road at curve. NWINE) sec 31, T448,
R27E.

1-87 0. 15 ml N of Orange River Road on Buckingham Norman Cox 11/14/56 --- 4 81.0
Road. Well Io A0 ft W of road. NWiSEi sec 5, Ft. Myers, Fla.
T448, R26E.

L-88 200 ft E of Orange River on Orange River do do -- 6 76.0
Road. Well is 100 yds N of road. NE)1SW
sec T448, RA6E.

L-89 0. 7 ml N of Orange River Road on E side of W. K. Nelson do ** 6 80. 5
Loop Road, then 200 yds W. Well ls N of Ft. Myers, Fla.
road. SWJSEj sec 31, T438, RU6E.

L-90 0. 35 mi N of Orange River Road on Buckingham Norman Cox do --- 6 83.0
Road, then 0. 3 ml W. Well is 100 ft N of road Ft. Myers, Fla.
across ditch. SEWNWj see 5, T44S, R26E.

L-9 0. 3 ml W of Orange River on Orange River Franklin (Hdwe.) do -- 4 83.0
Road. Well it 100 yds S of road. NEiSE) Ft. Myers, Fla.
sec 6, T448, RL6E.

L-94 0. S mi W of W side of Loop Road on Orange Community 11/15/56 999 --- 85.0
River Road, then 0. 55 mi S. Well is in Subdv.
middle of road. On Tp line corner sece 1, \t, Ft. Myers, Fla.
6.7, T44S. RI 5 and 26E.

L-9 1 0. A ml W of W side of Loop Road on L. A. Osteen do ... 6 84.0
Orange River Road, then 0.5 mi S, then Ft. Myers, Fla.
0. IS mi W to fence. Well is 150 ydI SW
end of road. NW)NE) sec IL, T44S, RASE.

L-94 0. 5 mi W of W side of Loop Road on Orange W. W. Shiver do --- 4 77.0
River Road, then 0. S mi N. Well is 60 yde Ft. Myers, Fla.
W of road. SWiSE1 sec 36, T43S, RISE.

L-94 60 yde W and 100 yde N of N end of W side K. Wheeler do --- 4 81.5
of Loop Road. Well is 8 of fence. SWtSW* Tice, Fla.
sec )1. T438, R26E.

L-96 0. 4 mi W of W side of Loop Road on Orange R. Parker do 400 6 83. 5
River Road, then 0. IS mi S, then 0, IS mi SE Ft. Myers, Fla.
on woods road to fence. Well is 100 yde 8
and 66 yda W of end of road. NWSE) sece 1,
T448, RASE.

L-97 0. 8 mi W of W side of Loop Road on Orange Shiver 11/16/56 --- 5 84.0
River Road, then 50 yde N. Well Is E of road Ft. Myers, Fla.
beside house. SEINW1 sec 1. T448. R25 --







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300 N 1,400 Open cag.



28.0 Top of 2" all. 75 N 760 Valve partially open, flows
constantly
28.0 Center of 6"valve 20 D 440 Valve inoperative, wild fow
2. 5' a.1.s. S



33.5 Top of 4" too 3 S 800 Valve and pipes leaking,
4' a. l.. flows constantly


4.0 0.00' a.l.s. 25 S 560 Open cog.



13.7 Center of 4" dis- 40 I 680 Valve partially open, flows
charge constantly
1.5' a.l.s.

31.5 Top of 6" csg. 75 N 800 Open cog.
3.5' a.l.a.


19.5 Top of 4" valve 12 S 760 Valve inoperative, wild flow
1. 5 a.l. .

-O- 200 N 720 Valves and pipes broken and
leaking, wild flow


24.0 Top of 6" csg. 75 S 720 Valve partially open, flows
0.00' a.l.s,. constantly


6.5 Top of 4" tee 3 S 600 Valve inoperative, wild flow
0.5' a.1.a.


34.5 Top of 4" tee 20 S 720 Valve inoperative, wild flow
2. 5' a. l. I


28.2 Top of 6" ell. 75 S 840 Valve partially open, flows
3.0' a,. I constantly



-- -- 8 D 480 Valve inoperative, wild flow
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LEE COUNTY (continued)

L-98 150 yds N and 100 yds E of L-97. Well is on Shiver Furniture 11/16/56 --- 4 84.0
N side of fence. SE)NW seec 1, T44S, RZSE. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L-99 1. 3 mi S of Orange River Road on Stayley P. E. Hansen do --- 6 85.0
Road, then E 500 ft to well. NE)SE) sec 11, Ft. Myers, Fla.
T448, RASE.

L-100 0.7 ml S of Orange River Road on Stayley Jim Prevatt do 975 5 87.0
Road to Tics Road. Well is 100 yds S and Ft. Myers, Fla.
30 yds W of Jct Tice Road and Stayley Road.
NWNE) sec II, T44S, RASE.

L-101 0.55 mi E of Fla 80 on Orange River Road, Terry, Tice & 11/19/56 --- --- 82.0
then 50 yds S. Well is in middle of road. Vanda Walker
SEINEI sec 3, T44S, R2SE. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L.102 1. 6 ml N o Anderson Ave (Fla 82) on Ortis F.S. Campbell do --- 6 80.0
Ave. Well is 40 yde W of road and 80 yde NW Ft. Myers, Fla.
of building. SWINEI sec 9, T448, R25E.

L- 103 1. 5 ml N of Fla 82 on Ortiz Road, then 0. 1 Sunny Acres Est. do --- 4 84. 5
mi E. Well is on N side of road. NE-SE) Ft. Myers, Fla.
see 9, T44S, R5E.

1-104 1.05 mi N o F la 82 on Ortl Road, then 1.0 Earnle Teston 11/20/56 --- 4 81.5
mi W. Well is 100 ft N of road to E of ditch. Ft. Myers, Fla.
ESE1Ei sec 8, T44S, RZSE.

L-105 10 yds E of US I and 10 yds S of S city limit do -- 6 85.0
of Ft Myers. SWINW) sec 25, T44S, R24E.


L-106 1.5 mi Not Fla 865 on US 41, then 3.4 mi E, W.A. Smith 11/26/56 -*- --- 85.0
then 0. ml S, then 0. 3 ml E. SWjSE Ft. Myers, Fla.
eec 2 I T45S. R25E.

L-107 1.2 mi Not Lee-Collier Co line on US 41, H. M. Thomas do --- 3 83.0
then 1.0 mi E on Dean St, then 0.25 mi Son Bonita Spgs.,
Imperial St, then 0. 1 mi W. Well sl S of at Fla.
and 40 yds W of house. SE NWI sec 1,
T488, RZ5E,

L- 108 2.75 mi S of Esiero on US 41, then 1. 3 m W. Callie Altman 11/27/56 --- 6 85.5
Well is N of road. SWINWI sec 8, T47S,R25E. Estero, Fla.

L-109 0. 45 ml S of Whiskey Creek on Fla 867, then R. Schaddelees do 1,000 6 85.0
0.45 mi W. Well is on W side of road. Ft. Myers, Fla.
NEISE) sec 9. T45S. R24E.

L-110 0.7 mi S of Whiskey Creek on Fla 867. Well is do do 1,100 6 86.0
on W side of road. SEMSEI sec 9, T45S, R24E.

L.- Il 3. 5 mi N of Jet Fla 865 and 867, on Fla 867, BradonSutphin do --- 6 83.0
then 0.6 mi W. then 0. mi S. Well is on Farms
W side of road. SEISEI sec 17, T45S, R24E. Ft. Myers, Fla.

L- 112 100 yds N of Jet Fla 865 and 867, on Fla 867, A & W Glad. 11/28/56 --- 6 82.0
then 150 yds W. then 0. 5 mi N. Well is W of Farm 9 3
road. NEjSWI sec 30, T45S. R24E, Iona, Fla. _


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