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Title: Amendment 69 offered for adoption
Alternate Title: Amendment 69 offered for adoption by House members for WRDA of $1,355,000. Rep. Culbreath offered substitute amendment providing for $7,304,200. Adopted by House. Journal of House of Representatives
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Publication Date: March 9, 1962.
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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 61
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March 9, 1972 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 631

Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which From General Revenue Fund ------ 15,936,682
was adopted. From Medical Care Trust Fund 24,583,738
Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment,
The Committee on Appropriations offered the following which was adopted.
amendment:
Amendment 52-On page 72, after Item "834" insert 834a Representative D. McDonald offered the following amendment:
before
"Salaries and Other Personal Services ..-----.-------. 2,000" Amendment 58-On page 45, Item 478, strike:
From General Revenue Fund ----------- 6,456,922
and From Medical Care Trust Fund 9,960,373
after Item 836 insert 836a before and insert:
"Salaries and Other Personal Services --.----- ------.-- 6,655"
From General Revenue Fund ----------------- 6,647,153
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which From Medical Care Trust Fund ------ 10,253,820
was adopted. Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment,

The Committee on Appropriations offered the following which was adopted.
amendment:
amendment: Representative D. McDonald offered the following amendment:

Item 836. Deleted. strike: Amendment 59-On page 45, Item 479, strike:
From General Revenue Fund---- 1,659,195
and insert: From Medical Care Trust Fund -------2,559,454
Item 837. Deleted and insert:
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which From General Revenue Fund -------- 1,673,158
was adopted. From Medical Care Trust Fund 2,580,993
Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment,
Presentation of Former Member which was adopted.

Representative Fulford presented The Honorable Tyn Cobb, Representative D. McDonald offered the following amendment:
former Member of the House from Orange County. Amendment 60-On page 45, Item 480, strike:
From General Revenue Fund -------- 24,425
Representative D. McDonald offered the following amendment: From Medical Care Trust Fund ---37,680
Amendment 54-On page 45, Item 471, strike: and insert:
From General Revenue Fund ---------- 7,061,408 24,594
From Direct Assistance and Service From General Revenue Fund -------------- 24,594
Trust Fund Assst .ance ad Serce 15,626,895 From Medical Care Trust Fund -37,941
d i Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment,
and insert: which was adopted.
From General Revenue Fund ------------ 8,171,426
From Direct Assistance and Service 17240426 Representative D. McDonald offered the following amendment:
Trust Fund -- -------------
Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment, Amendment 61- n page 45, Item 482, strike:
wc From General Revenue Fund -------------2,363,044
which was adopted. From Medical Care Trust Fund 2,324,516

Representative D. McDonald offered the following amendment: and insert:
Amendment 55-On page 45, Item 475, strike: From General Revenue Fund -----------2,454,992
From General Revenue Fund --------- 3,263,078 From Medical Care Trust Fund 2,466,354
From Medical Care Trust Fund ........ 5,033,586
Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment,
and insert: which was adopted.
From General Revenue Fund 3,290,461 5,075,827 Representative D. McDonald offered the following amend-
From Medical Care Trust Fund ,075,8 ment:
Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment, Amendment 62-On page 46, Item 483, strike:
which was adopted. From General Revenue Fund 421,489
From Medical Care Trust Fund -- 650,184
Representative D. McDonald offered the following amendment:
Amendment 56-On page 45, Item 476, strike: and isert:
From General Revenue Fund ----- 11,206,378 From General Revenue Fund ---- 442,671
From Medical Care Trust Fund -- 17,286,829 From Medical Care Trust. Fund 682,858
and insert: Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment,
From General Revenue Fund ._-- 11,301,719 which was adopted.
From Medical Care Trust Fund .17,483,900 Representative D. McDonald offered the following amend-
Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment, ment:
which was adopted. Amendment 63-On page 46, Item 486, strike:
Representative D. McDonald offered the following amendment: From General Revenue Fund 33,941
From Medical'Care Trust Fund 52,356
Amendment 57-On page 45, Item 477, strike:
From General Revenue Fund 15,274,265 and insert:
From Medical Care Trust Fund 23,561,903 From General Revenue Fund 35,461
and insert: From Medical Care Trust Fund 54,700










632 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES March 9, 1972

Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment, Amendment 67-On page 62, following Item 704, insert:
which was adopted. 704a. Lum Sum-Beach Restoration for city of
St. Petersburg Beach
Representative D. McDonald offered the following amend- From General Revenue Fund --------------. 70,000
ment: Mr. Robinson moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
Amendment 64-On page 46, Item 493, strike: consideration thereof-
From General Revenue Fund --------- 476,417
From Medical Care Trust Fund 734,915 Representatives Martinez, Harllee, and Gallen offered the fol-
and insert: lowing amendment to the amendment:
From General Revenue Fund --- --- 480,429 Amendment 1 to Amendment 67-On page 62, below Item 704,
From Medical Care Trust Fund 741,103 insert:
Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment, 704c. For Manatee County ...----.-.----------------- 100,000
which was adopted. Mr. Martinez moved the adoption of the amendment to the
amendment, which was adopted.
Representative Matthews offered the following amendment:
The question recurred on the adoption of Amendment 67,
Amendment 65-On page 62, immediately following Item 700 as amended. Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr.
insert: Harris, the amendment was laid on the table. The vote was:

Item 700a. Lump Sum pay adjustments for employees of the Yeas-49
Division of Marine Resources in the Department of Natural
Resources Mr. Speaker Firestone Melvin Tubbs
From General Revenue Fund ------------367,668 Baker Forbes Milburn Tucker
Baumgartner Fortune Ogden Turlington
Mr. Matthews moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending Birchfield Fulford Poole Tyrrell
consideration thereof- Blackburn Gillespie Powell Westberry
Brown Harris Redman Whitworth
Caldwell Hector Reeves Winn
On motion by Mr. Fortune, the amendment was laid on the Carlucci Hodes Rish Wolfson
table. Chapman Hollingsworth Santora Woodward
Clark, J. R. Holloway Shaw Yancey
Crabtree Johnson Sweeny
Representatives Ogden and Dixon offered the following Danahy Kershaw Tittle
amendment: Dubbin McDonald, L. Trombetta
Amendment 66-On page 62, Below Item 704, insert:
ItemNays-42
704a. Duval County Beach Erosion Controll Burke Grainger Mooney Sims
From General Revenue Fund --------$ 800,000 Clark, David Grizzle Moudry Smith
For Duval County beach erosion to be re- Culbreath Harllee Murphy Spicola
leased only on the condition that a like Dixon Hess Nease Sykes
amount of federal and local funds are Earle Kennelly Nergard Tillman
provided to make a total project amount Elmore Libertore Reed Walker
of $4,200,000 Featherstone Martinez Robinson, A. S. Whitson
Gallen Matthews Sackett Wilson
Mr. Ogden moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending Gibson Mattox Savage Zinkil
consideration thereof- Glisson McDonald, D. Sessums
Gorman Miers Shreve
Representatives Crabtree, Savage, Caldwell, and Gustafson
offered the following substitute amendment: Representative Reed offered the following amendment:
Substitute Amendment 66-On page 62, below Item 704, in- Amendment 68-On page 62, following Item 704, insert:
sert: 704d. For Palm Beach County _---- 500,000
Item Mr. Reed moved the adoption of the amendment, which failed
704a. Duval County Beach Erosion Control of adoption.
From General Revenue Fund
For Dural County $800,000, for Sarasota
County $400,000, for Broward County $150,- Representative Wilson offered the following amendment:
000, for Pinellas County $210,000, for Bre- mendment-On page 63, following Item 710, insert:
yard County 8375,000, for beach erosion toge 63, following Item 710, insert:
be released only on the condition that like 710a. rWat Resources Development
amounts of federal and local funds are pro- Account
vided to make a total project amount of From General Revenue Fund
$5,805,000 Southwest Florida Water Man-
...agement District
Mr. Crabtree moved the adoption of the substitute amendment. For the purchase of water
Pending consideration thereof- storage and recharge lands in
Green Swamp, Cypress Creek
Mr. Harris moved to lay the substitute amendment on the Reservoir and Anclote River 1,355,000
table. Pending consideration thereof, the substitute amendment Reletter Subsequent items accordingly.
was withdrawn.
Mr. Wilson moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
The question recurred on the adoption of Amendment 66. consideration thereof
Pending consideration thereof, on motion by Mr. Harris, the
amendment was laid on the table. Representative Culbreath offered the following substitute
amendment:
Representatives A. S. Robinson and Savage offered the fol- 'ti~ t amendment 6A9On page 63, strike all of Item 710
lowing amendment: and inser:










March 9, 1972 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 633

710. Water Resource Development Ac- Rish Sweeny Turlington Wolfson
count Sackett Thomas Walker Yancey
From General Revenue Fund Santora Tittle Whitworth
For matching construction Shaw Trombetta Williamson
funds and purchase of water Singleton Tubbs Winn
storage and recharge lands in
Southwest Florida Water Man- Res e, a
agement District $------------ 3,859,200 Representatives Fulford, Shreve, Randall, and Craig offered
For matching construction the following amendment:
funds and purchase of water Amendment 70-On page 63, Item 710c, strike:
storage and recharge lands in Development of Surplus Water
Central and Southern Florida eve lopent of Surplus Water
Flood Control District --------$3,445,000 FStorae for Suth Florida
From General Revenue Fund -------- 150,000
Mr. Culbreath moved the adoption of the sVustitute amend-
ment, which was adopted. The vote was: an ne
Feasibility studies and pilot pro-
Yeas--48 ject concerning storage of sur-
plus water in an reclamation of
Blackburn Grainger Mattox Ryals aquifers
Brown Grizzle McDonald, D. Savage From General Revenue Fund
Burke Harllee Miers Sessums Lump Sum Genel R e Fn150,000
Clark, David Hector Mooney Shreve
Clark, J. R. Hess Moudry Sims Mr. Fulford moved the adoption of the amendment, which
Craig Hodes Murphy Spicola was adopted.
Culbreath Johnson Nease Stevens
Danahy Jones Nergard Sykes
Earle Lane Poorbaugh Tillman Representative Rish offered the following amendment:
Featherstone Libertore Redman Walker
Fulford Martinez Renick Whitson Amendment 71-On page 63, Item 711, strike
Gallen Matthews Robinson, A. S. Wilson "434 Postions
From State Park Trust Fund ---- 2,978,871"
Nays-41 and insert:
Mr. Speaker Gautier Ogden Tittle 435 Positions
Alvarez Gibson Poole Turlington From State Park Trust Fund ----- 2,985,371
Baker Gillespie Powell Tyrrell
Baumgartner Glisson Reed Whitworth Mr. Rish moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending
Birchfield Gustafson Reeves Williamson consideration thereof-
Caldwell Harris Rish Winn
Chapman Hartnett Sackett Wolfson Representative Reed offered the following amendment to
D'Alemberte Hollingsworth Santora Yancey amendment:
Dubbin Kennelly Singleton
Firestone Kershaw Sweeny Amendment 1 to Amendment 71-On page 63, following Item
Fortune Milburn Thomas 711, add:

Mr. ssums moved that the House reconsider the vote by 711a. None of the funds appropriated in this Item and Items
which t'n suutitute amendment was adopted. Mr. Culbreath 712, 713, 714, 715 and 716 shall be expended until the Division
moved that the motion to reconsider be laid on the table. provides reasonable regulations permitting pets overnight in
camping areas under the jurisdiction of the Division
The absence of a quorum was suggested. A quorum of 97 Mr. Reed moved the adoption of the amendment to the amend-
Members was present. ment, which was adopted.

The question recurred on the motion to lay on the table the The question recurred on the adoption of Amendment 71, as
motion to reconsider, which was agreed to. The vote was: amended, which was adopted.

Yeas-53 Representative Kershaw offered the following amendment:
Baumgartner Gallen Matthews Sessums Amendment 72-On page 64, after the word "Deleted." insert:
Blackburn Gorman Mattox Shreve 718a. From the General Revenue Fund 500,000
Brown Grainger McDonald, D. Sims
Burke Grizzle Miers Spicola This appropriation is to be used by the division only if the
Clark, David Harllee Mooney Stevens cane pole tax is repealed.
Clark, J. R. Hazelton Murphy Sykes
Craig Hector Nease Tillman
Culbreath Hess Nergard Tobiassen Mr. Kershaw moved the adoption of the amendment, which
Danahy Hodes Redman Tyrrell failed of adoption.
Dixon Johnson Renick Whitson
Earle Jones Robinson, A. S. Wilson
Featherstone Lane Robinson, J. W. Representative Spicola offered the following amendment:
Fulford Martine Savage Amendment 73-On page 65, strike all of Item 730 and insert:
730. Salaries of 240 positions
From General Revenue Fund 1,791,388
Nays-49 From Grants & Donations
Trust Fund ___----------- 352,578
Mr. Speaker D'Alemberte Glisson Milburn
Alvarez Dubbin Gustafson Moudry and Other Personal Services
Andrews Firestone Harris Ogden
Baker Forbes Hartnett Poole From Grants and Donations
Birchfield Fortune Hollingsworth Poorbaugh Trust Fund --- --. 65,482
Caldwell Gautier Kennelly Powell
Chapman Gibson Kershaw Reed Mr. Spicola moved the adoption of the amendment, which
Crabtree Gillespie Melvin Reeves failed of adoption.










634 JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES March 9, 1972

Representatives Fortune and Birchfield offered the follow- and insert:
ing amendment:
Governor -------- --------------------..$ 36,000
Amendment 74-On page 76, strike all of Items 888 through Lieutenant Governor --- ------ -------34,000
892 and insert: Secretary of State ---------------------------- 34,000
888. Deleted Comptroller ------ ---------------34,000
889. Deleted Treasurer, State ---- --- ------- ----------- 34,000
890. Expenses Attorney General ------------------------- -34,000
From General Revenue Fund 6,000 Education, Commissioner of -------------34,000
891. Deleted Agriculture, Commisisoner of ------------------ 34,000
892. Grants and Aids
From General Revenue Fund 56,751 Mr. Tillman moved the adoption of the amendment, which
From Fine Arts Council Trust was adopted. The vote was:
Fund ----- ---------------. 125,000
Mr. Fortune moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending Yeas-51
consideration thereof- Blackburn Glisson Mattox Shreve
Brown Gorman McDonald, D. Smith
On motion by Mr. Redman, the amendment was laid on the Burke Grizzle McDonald, L. Spicola
table. Clark, David Harllee Mixson Thomas
Crabtree Hartnett Mooney Tillman
Representatives Walker, Randell, Zinkil, Danahy, Smith, Craig Hazelton Moudry Tobiassen
Poole, Caldwell, Williamson, Baker, Wolfson, Hector, Winn, Culbreath Hollingsworth Nease Tubbs
Singleton, Trombetta, Renick, Dick Clark, and Sackett offered Earle Jones Poole Whitson
the following amendment: Fleece Kennelly Powell Williamson
Amendment 75-After Item 918, insert: Gallen Lane Randell Wilson
South Florida Regional Planning Council Gibson Libertore Robinson, A. S. Woodward
918a. Lump Sum- Gillespie Matthews Savage
From General Revenue Fund ------------ 150,000
Mr. Walker moved the adoption of the amendment, which Nays-36
failed of adoption. Mr. Speaker Featherstone Kershaw Sessums
Baker Forbes Melvin Shaw
Representative Holloway offered the following amendment: Baumgartner Fortune Milburn Tittle
Birchfield Fulford Ogden Trombetta
Amendment 76-On page 80, in the priviso (1), in line 4 after Oarlucci Gautier Redman Turlington
"technicians" strike, "for emergency bridge design and related Clark, J. R. Harris Renick Whitworth
emergency construction repairs." and insert: Crane Hector Rish Winn
For emergency bridge design and design for interstate projects Dubbin Hodes Ryals Wolfson
under the deadline design requirements specified in the 1970 Elmore Holloway Santora Zinkil
Federal Aid Highway Act. I
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the amendment, which Representative J. W. Robinson was recorded as voting Yea
was adopted. and Representative Fulford changed his vote from Nay to Yea,

Representative Reed offered the following amendment: MR. SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE IN THE CHAIR
Amendment 77-On page 86, Section 21, after the word
"publish." insert: Provided, further, that the instructional po- Representative Savage offered the following amendment:
sitions earned by the student credit hours produced by the pro-
fessional schools in the state university system will be allocated Amendment 79-On pages 86 and 87, Section 24, strike:
to the professional schools where such productivity is earned. Supreme Court, Justicef e ------- 36,000
Judges-District Courts of Appeal --- 34,000
Mr. Reed moved the adoption of the amendment. Pending Judges-Circuit Courts ----- ------- 32,000
consideration thereof-
and insert:
Representative D. McDonald offered the following amendment Supreme Court, Justice -------- 34,000
to the amendment: Judges-District Courts of Appeals .. 32,000
Judges-Circuit Courts __ .--------- 30,000
Amendment 1 to Amendment 77-On page 85, insert a new
paragraph (a) to Section 16: (a) In regard to the funds ap- Mr. Savage moved the adoption of the amendment, which
propriated in section 1, item 464 from the general revenue failed of adoption.
fund and the administrative trust fund, it is the intent of the
legislature that the division of family services establish a pilot
project for an independent review of eligibility for public as- MR. SPEAKER IN THE CHAIR
distance applicants.
Mr. D. McDonald moved the adoption of the amendment to Representative Shaw offered the following amendment:
the amendment, which failed of adoption.
Amendment 80-On page 89, Section 37, strike PART IV in
its entirety and insert: PART IV. There is hereby appropriated
The question recurred on the adoption of Amendment 77, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1973, the sum of two
which failed of adoption, million five hundred eighty-two thousand four hundred sixty-
five dollars ($2,582,465) to the department of administration;
Representatives Tillman and Savage offered the following two million three hundred twenty-four thousand one hundred
amendment: fifty-seven dollars ($2,324,157) from the general revenue fund
Amendment 78-On pages 86 and 87, strike: and two hundred fifty-eight thousand three hundred eight dollars
Governor ---.... $ 41,000 ($258,308) in trust funds from the various state agencies, for
Lieutenant Governor --------------. ....--------- 36,000 the purpose of providing funds for critical job classifications.
Secretary of State .... ..-----------------.------ .... ---- 36,000 The critical job classifications are:
Comptroller -------------.- -------- 36,000 Cottage Parent
Treasurer, State ----.-- ---------------- 36,000 Cottage Supervisor I
Attorney General -------------------- 36,000 Cottage Supervisor II
Education, Commissioner of ..--.------.---..- 36,000
Agriculture, Commissioner of -.-------.---------- 36,000 Cottage Group Shift Supervisor I





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