Title: SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
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Title: SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors
Alternate Title: SWFWMD (R) Minutes of Meeting of Board of Governors, with list of those present. Brooksville, FL.
Physical Description: 1p.
Language: English
Publication Date: June 7, 1972
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 2, Folder 1A ( SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (Regulatory), Folder 1 ), Item 23
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MINITTES OF THIE ?EiTING

BOARD OF GOVERNORS
SOUTHiEST FLORIDA WATER -i.ANAR;iNT DISTRICT (REGULATORY)

Brooksville, Florida June 7, 1972

The Board of Governors of tie South!;cest Florida Water Mianagement
District (RegulatoryI) met in the District Headquarters building in
Brooksville on June 7, 1972 at 9:35 a.m. The following persons were
present:

Derrill S. McAteer, Ch.airman IMyron Gibbons, Attorney
S. C. Bex1ey, Jr., Vice Chairman L M.i Blain, Attorney
Edward Mdard, Secretary R. M. Miller, Consulting Engineer
Thomas Van der Veer, Asst. Sec. Ted Reiter, Consulting Accountant
John A. Anderson, Treasurer Dale Twachtmann, Executive Director
Herman Beville, Asst. Treasurer Donald R. Feaster, District Engineer
Robert J. Gates, Supt. of Maintenance
Clint Schultz, Dir., Fin. & Acctg. Div.
Robert Watson, Dir., Real Estate Div.
Jake Varn, Staff Attorney
Jack Woodard, Department of Natural Resources
Thomas D. Diana, Hillsborcugh County
Daniel P. Spangler, Hillsborough County
Edward Knudsen, Jr., City of St. Petersburg
Dominic Amadio, Ramada Camp Inn
Emily W. Black, 1Miooricad Engineering Company
Dwight Hart, Oklawaha
Prs. Dwight Hart, Oklawaha
J. E. G. Jester, Yankeetown
Lucy Ware iMorgan, St. Petersburg Times
Jim Tw, ,4 T,. 1 ,r,,u n"l re,
1 I111fJk I I I "U1L
Archie Blount, Tampa Times
Fred Mirliani, Channel 13 WTVT

and the following SJWFLIMD staff members: Cassandra Atkinson, Burrell
Baker, Carol Ezell, Hildred Haight, Zolda Lambert, Jim Mann, Melodie
Oleson, Miarion Petersen, Wendall B. Smith, and Emilio Vergara.

The meeting was called to order by Chairman McAteer. The Minutes of the
Meeting of Miay 10, 1972 were considered by the Board. A motion was made
by Mr. Van der Veer, seconded by MIr. Medard, that the Minutes be approved
as published. Motion carried.

Mr. Smith then gave a status report on the City of St. Petersburg's progress
on construction of the Pasco Well Field. The transmission main is completed
from Van Dyke Road to the well field. The 42-inch pipe is now placed through
the major swamp area, thereby, reducing the impact which heavy rains would
have. The mechanical equipment contract is out for bid now, and bids are due
June 23rd. The award of contract is scheduled for July 6th. The deep monitor
well is under construction and the present depth is 100 feet.

Mr. Twachtmann reported to the Board that a decision needs to be made on what
constitutes "proof of financial responsibility" for engineering testing lab-
oratories as mentioned in the new regulations, Chapter 16CC. Beyond the
$5,000 bond which they must provide, there is an option in the new regulations
which says that tihe:y may provide either an additional $25,000 bond on critical
jobs or they can provide "proof of financial responsibility". After thorough
discussion, a motion w;as made by Mr. Anderson that the testing laboratories
be required to submit a financial statement prepared by a Certified Public
Accountant and that it be reviewed and deemned acceptable by the Board's Con-
sulting Accountant, ;:r. Reiter. If tihe Consulting Accountant determined
th!lat the testing laboratory had not provided such proof throughi its state-
ment then the matter would be brought before thie Board for a decision. The
motion was seconded by Mir. Miedard and passed unanimously.

There being no further; busin :s to coli.: before the Board at that time,
the: me*(.ting was adjourned at 9:45 a.m.

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