Title: Fla. Division of Interior Resources Expenditures
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Title: Fla. Division of Interior Resources Expenditures
Alternate Title: Fla. Division of Interior Resources Expenditures, FY 1970-71 and Appropriations FY 1971-72. Note: Major Expenditures for SWFWMD
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 1, Folder 7 ( FUNDING WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS ), Item 21
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Division of Interior Resources


SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES: ___1971,-1972_-
Appropriation
Actual General Estimated Requested 1972-1973 Recommended 1972-1973
Expenditures Revenue Expenditures Increase(Decrease) Increase(Decrease
1970-71 Only All Funds All Funds Azu',t % All Funds Amount %
$ $ $ $ $ $ s
Salaries:
General Revenue Fund 351,064 336,295 336,295 518,291 181,996 428,958 92,663
Grants & Donations Trust Fund 37,826 56,944 60,000 3,056 60,000 3,056
General Revenue Fund Deficiency Allocation 59,574 59,574 (59,574) (59,574)
Total Salaries 388.890 452,813 578,291 125,478 27.7 488,958 36,145 8.

Other Personal Services:
General Revenue Fund 18,821 37,826 37,826 103,945 66,119 84,826 47,000
Grants & Donations Trust Fund 46,157 52,500 (52,500) (52,500)
Total Other Personal Services 64,978 90,326 103,945 13,619 15.1 84,826 (5500) (6.

Expenses:
General Revenue Fund 161,848 215,883 215,883 291,416 75,533 248,375 32,492
Grants & Donations Trust Fund 19,075 21,500 (21,500) (21,500)
General Revenue Fund Deficiency Allocation 11,000 11,000 (11,000) (11,000)
Total Expenses 180,923 248,383 291,416 43,033 17.3 248,375 (8) N/A

Operating Capital Outlay: _
General Reverne Fund 23,727 13,685 13,685 20,946 7,261 4,971 (8,714)
Grants & Donations Trust Fund 5,511 10,000 (10,000) (10,000)
General Revenue Deficiency Allocation 7,000 7,000 (7,000) (7,000)
Total Operating Capital Outlay 29,238 30,685 20,946 (9,739) (31.7) 4,971 (25,714) (33.

U.S. Geological Survey Cooperative Agreements:
General Revenue Fund 182,225 135,00Q 135,000 200,000 65,000, 135,000 N/A
U.S. Cooperative Trust Fund 485,425 575,000 9,500 (565,500) .501 (565,500)
Total U.S. Geological Survey Cooperative
Agreements 667,650 710,000 209,500 (500,500) (70.5) 144,500 (565.500) (79.

Special Categories:
From General Revenue Fund:
Water Resources Development Account -
Lump Sum 7,091,990 2,805,000 2,805,000 13,437,000 10,632,000 5,214,780 2,409,780
Topographic Mapping 250,000 250,000 260,000 260,000
Shoreline Surveys 125,000 125,000 125,000 125.000
Total Special Categories 7,091,990 2,805,000 13,812,000 11,007,00 392.4 5.599.780 2,794.780 99

Total by Fund:
S General Revenue Fund 7,829,675 3,621,263 3,621,263 14,946,598 11,325,335 312.7 6,501,910 2,880,647 79
Grants & Donations Trust Fund 108,569 140,944 60,000 (80,944) (57.4) 60,000 (80,944) (57
U.S. Cooperative Trust Fund 485,425 575,000 9,500 (565,500) (98.4) 9.500 (565,500) (98

Total All Funds 8,423,669 4,337,207 15,016,098 10,678,891 246.2 6,571,410 2,234,203 61

Number of Positions 46 42 47 57 10 21.3 48 1

The 1971 Legislature authorized 42 positions for the Division of Interior Resources. The Administration Commission has subsequently authorized
five new positions due to increased workloads relating to surveillance of oil and gas exploration and reclamation-restoration of mined areas.





SUMMARY OF AGENCY REQUEST 1972-73:

TO CONTINUE CURRENT PROGRAMS: The Division of Interior Resources is planning to continue all current programs and activities and is requesting
additional funds in all appropriation categories for price increases, growth in workload, and related costs for ten (10) new positions requested.

The major increases requested can be attributed to the following: (1 Increased support .for .he Cent.sl .and Southern Florida Flood Control
-Di.at4A and the Southwest Florida ,&T M a&aeRa.a.tLtrict .for agUyti...I in qf bridges and highways5 and land acquisitiq;~ .(2)
Anticipated requests for establishment of new water regulatory districts; (3) The assumption of two programs (Topographic Mapping and Shoreline
Surveys) which were funded during 1971-72 from the Operating Trust Fund of the Board of Trustees cf the Internal Improvement Trust Fund; and (4)
Assistance to the Sumter County Recreation and Water Conservation and Control Authority for soil erosion and flood control projects. .

FOR IMPROVETD PROGRAMS: The Division is requesting $15,000 in Other Personal Services for consultant services to produce a comprehensive plan
for development and improvement of the State system of commercial and recreational waterways and associated ports and harbors.





GOVERNOR' S RECOMMENDATIONS:

TO CONTI.SE CURRENT PROCPRAMS: The recommendations provide for continuation of all current progra-s 'ith provisions for merit, prie and workload
increases which includes one (1) new position (Waterways Coordinator) and related costs. The recrrrendations also provide for shifting the f ing o
the Toporaphio Mapping and Shoreline Survey Programs from the Operating Trust Fund of the Board - Trustees of the Internal Improvement Trust und t
General avenuee.

*FOR IMPRTED PROGRAVS: No funds are recommended.

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