Title: Tampa Bypass Canal as water source
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Title: Tampa Bypass Canal as water source
Alternate Title: Newspaper article by James Walker, "Tampa Bypass Canal as water source," Tribune.
Physical Description: 1p.
Language: English
Creator: Walker, James ( Author )
Publication Date: Sept. 12, 1972
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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 36
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00050734
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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j By JAMES WALKER\ ficials disclosed yesterday,. chief hydrolog L ': .
Tribune Staff Writer Provided, that is, bureau- Southwest FI," W, ""' ;"
cratic in-fighting in Tallahas- Management ': :;$
The Tampa Bypass Canal see can be eliminated, law- plained. r.'.I Y
may offer a free, immediate suits settled and canal ex-
fresh water source for Tampa cavation resumed. AS THE CA utr
of 10 to 15 million gallons a "We will be creating northerly from' ifive;-
j/ day, state water resource of- springs," Garald Parker, in places it wile t
ji of the Florda touifpr, f -.ilbe
.......-i vicinity of Eitf^ l
S' .which, under U |P ^
b ...... ..... : .. ..... ... ure, will flow u T. iie *:
canal.
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...... '^: f ,, 'this water can; bta.^
I "::provide thirst-s~nlttt ,l ,
-with a close-by.,fKiip

adverse impact niI. :-;
1 ater '^^, Dm ^^ The water w^ .Lan
Water Dept. Dam and clear, without
Sent purification', i ''
the tannic acid ,Y e of: tlie.
.:* f *.. .. *' ,'^ ^ ';&i Hillsborough Ri .:- ,., ,,

; U ^ready to make ai.
,S. !;" mendation to Tainia i ty
i RVER 4 Council, pending receipt of
..... .. ... e more firm data front the U.S.
... ... ^ Geological Survey.
,But the idea looks so prom-
SBridge rising that, already, a love is
."'i- ~ 'IP r'^ ': / afoot to enlist Tampa city of-
; uEureka Springs e ficials in pressuring the Flori-d
Sda Department of Transpor-
tation to cooperate in resum-
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