Amendment Sponsor: Department of Environmental Regulation
Proposed Amendment #1: Page SWFWMD-26; 2nd paragraph
Anticipating the use of part of the Peace River flow, Fei4d-Pewe-A ad-4lN6 *
Csepiatie a major Florida electric power company has bought approximately 30
square miles (77.7km2) in DeSoto County to be used as a nuclear power plant site,
which includes a 25 square mile (64.8 km2) cooling pond. At the ultimate capacity.
of this plant (12,000 megawatts), approximately 258 mgd (976.6 m1d) would be
diverted from the Peace River, while at least 124 mgd (469.4 m1d) would be consumed
on site, and thusly may not be available for other potential public, industrial
and agricultural users downstream. If-Fler+da-PewePr-en-kight-Gwepamnys-pmpesed
faeli iy-teeeme s-a-Pealityi-the-Peaie-R e^"s-pe ertia as-a-pNbi.-wate,-wupply
*sieNe-wPi^-be-essentaiy-eliiated7 Such a plant would be a significant develop-
ment, and upon official application by the company for a power plant siting permit
the district will carefully evaluate the estimated water demands of this development -
with regard to potential impacts on existing and other future PFace River water
Proposed Amendment 12: Page SWFWMO-28, 2nd full paragraph from page top; delete:
If-the-PeaBe-Ri -Pbewer-P a t -wei e- e aed-M-cie- eeast-te-uti ie-sane
4wte;r-fer-eee)ing-d24-1ld-u469a-m1md;-edud-be-aval ab)e-for-pub e-- ndutr a^
nad-agFnituuiSa -supfpis-fpo N-e-F4vered
Comments: Staff Supported.
Amiendmcent Sponsor: St. Johns River Water Mandgement ODitriot
Prupu.ed Amendnmt: Page SJRWMU-37, 5th and 6th full paragraphs from
S top of page:
INew generating fqcpil1j n will no doubt be built withip Z(h 91Strict to
wervc increased during ag q replace old facilities, J rn rpy rr e t p ws
freshwater for CoOllIq prp@es. Tkt-fMtbYIU-Yi4Rflj- 9P *6449qrC
mwhk Mee -wa -erfft p-I 4ret atI -eA!eP9 WfI et
withdrawn per umit f *ctrtcity generated is expec to a __904 is thW
future for toroAm \ ; a*:c .
2 I t Is ttrftgg p4 that an Inreashd number w e f frty aYt t1t
wil l increase. T;) rlgt!p4 *b al dance between the p441P, p r *x lmy f ci lllties
and the construclqq I rovee-nt sIreMrn desain tt u
advanced designs which are n sysected to use a lower r tsf withdraw cootln water.
CoIt is tnet: Staff Supported
nAmendment Sponsor: Department of Environmental Regulation
Proposed Amendmnt: Page 1-27, last sentence, omit:
As -empai ed- it -Papt- I V-ef- this -d eAty-such-esia ioS -wewd-e parl
Wf- oe-i vlemenitate ion-phase-ef-the- pIarN
Comment Sff Supported
Corient: Staff Supported
Amendment Sponsor: Dr. J.T. Griffith, Special Projects Director,
Florida Citrus Mutual
Exhibit "0", as offered at the December 20, 1978, SWUP Public Hearing;
(Amendments to page ii Caveat Page, opening sentence) :
The Department of Environmental Regulation.....hereby expressly appeveI
accepts the State Water Use Plan,- Phase I, which includes and incorporates the
following plans formulated by the five water management districts created under
Chapter 373, F.S.
Prupu-ed Pntmat: Page NWFWMU-17, Addition of fntnoU for WWNS Table .
(footnote to refer to water us4 totals for colams
#1. #2. and #3).
lIncludes 74 mllon allonsper day nd) of__ S1l wtr.
January 28, 1979
RE: SWUP / File #10131
Zeb Palmer agrees with the DER staff recommendations. See
the page which has been paperclipped.
He wants to send a letter to DER stating his position.
Don Feaster has asked for our advice.
I believe we should continue to take the position that
the staff lacks authority to modify language in the plan
without governing board approval.
I suggest that the matter be put on the agenda for the
February board meeting to give the board an opportunity to
modify the plan as Zeb suggests.
Shall I coordinate this in your absence?
I SOUTHWESTT FLOMDA WATER MANAGEMfENT DISTRICT INTER-OFFICE MEMORANOUM
OAT*: /- 9-7 RECEIVED
| ro ccE JAN 2 b 1979
RI:FR: Odl4O LD R. FEASTR, Eewutive Dincer
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T*A.LME3. FL@A^ 3^3^1 PW. LAMOA JR.
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
"Twin Towers Office Building
2600 Blair Stone load
January 30, 1979
10:00 A.M., January 30, 1979 CONVENE PUBLIC HEARING
CALL TO OIDEJL: Chairman Secretary Joseph W. Landers, Jr.
I. OQi __n Remarks Departmental Presentation
T1MI ALLOTTED: 1/2 Hour
II. P bMlic Co=ent
zz. !tMU W.LAM
SaTI r ALLOTTU : 3 Hours
I III. Secretary Action
AqroxiaJtely 1:30 P.M.
A..Jna-0 17 OVN PBI ERN
TOO=Ihima ertryJsp .Lnes r
II* Pbi c ommu
Suj Lsted Aiiniidutents
Amiitwient Sponsor: Corrine Freeman, Mayor of St. Petersburg, Florida
Prupused Amendment: "Change nae of Pdlai" Title Page, Cover, SWUP-Phase I
fro: STATS-UWATS-UST-Pc AN---PMASTE-
to: STATE SUGGESTED WATER GUIDELINES
Amnd4mnt Sponsor: Florida Electric Power Coordinating Group, Inc., (FCG)
Proposed Amendment: Page SJRWMD-37, 5th and 6th paragraphs from top of page,
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waWp-%pw-teI-.g-pwupsesr--The-futve-weeratw .g-paMts&-are -Npe 4ed-tieO-bi-mushq
nm*-**Wte-M-ffi i i6-by-PG$ivua&itR9-6Qa0 iR-watop-plater-thH-WSiN94-a-A-thiiwu h
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Amendment Sponsor: Apalachee Regional Planning Council
Proposed Amendment: Page I-19(f), under "Navigation", paragraph 2.
7th line from bottom of paragraph
"... unperturbed natural systems. It has been suggested by some interests
that the damming of the Apalachicola River would provide ...."
Comments: Staff Supported
Aendmnt Sponsor: Florida Electric Power Coordinating Group, Inc. (FCG)
Proposed Amcndment #1: Page SWFWrO-26; 2nd paragraph
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Proposed kAendmnt 02: Page SWFWUH-28, 2nd full pergraph:
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S, Suggested Amendments
Amendment Sponsor: Mr. Mercer Fearington
Proposed Amendmnt: Page 11-8, omit Objective "H": Legal and Administrative
iqlemnielts-fthnw$-Iubsitantive- Iaws -eneewiuve-eirs, -Qfly- Pt5y-a A-eth
the -tate-Gen*Im*es4ve-Piarw-pnPv*4*-fr--t-he -4n4 n*O 04n-fe9IS mebileetsvtS -
mnfd-ponitos--n;-f ^t-he-nlnt6e-ai- ate-iM d-In et4vr v t4e
Admlment Sponsor: Dr. J. T. Griffith, Special Projects Director,
Florida Citrus Mutual
Page III-1, Part III District Water Management Plans, Introduction
Section; 2nd paragraph; lines 8-10 from top of paragraph:
The Southwest Florida Water Management District has a comprehensive water
use plan for its entire district. The "Water Management Plan 78" has been
officially appewved accepted by the district Governing Board.