Title: Water Use Permit for Ground Water
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Title: Water Use Permit for Ground Water
Alternate Title: Water Use Permit for Ground Water granted to the City of St. Petersburg for Pasco County on behalf of the Cypress Creed Management Board
Physical Description: 5p.
Language: English
Publication Date: June 6, 1974
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 2, Folder 5C ( COSME-ODESSA SFWMD - SWFWMD ), Item 87
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00051246
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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EXHIBIT A

1. Appl ication for Water Use Permit, dated January 5, 1974
(13 pages).

2. Amendment to Application, dated June 6, 1974 (4 pages).

3. Letter from W.L. Guyton to J.D. Varn, dated October 18, 1974
(7 pages).

4. Letter from W.L. Guyton to J.D. Varn, dated April 30, 1975
(3 pages).








not be construed as the approval for a'permanent

withdrawal of ten million gallons of water per day (10 mgd).

14. The authorization and approval granted herein is based

upon the Applicant owning or having sufficient interest

in the property shown as the 'Phase I Well Field Area"

on the Southwest Florida Water Management District

Drawing No. 13-500-510, dated 7-29-74 and revised

through 3-28-75, to withdraw ground water from said

property.

15. That on or before August 15, 1976, the Cypress Creek

Management Board, or its successor, shall file with

this Board, an Application for Development Approval

for the Cypress Creek well field and that the failure

to make such application may be the basis for amending,

modifying or altering the terms and conditions of this

permit,

16. It is understood that this instrument does not give any

property rights either in real estate or material, or

any exclusive privileges; and it does not authorize

any injury to private property or invasion of private

rights, or any infringement of Federal, state or local

news or regulations, nor does it obviate the necessity

of obtaining additional assents to the work authorized.

It merely EXPRESSES THE ASSENT OF THE BOARD OF

COMMISSIONERS, PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA, SO FAR AS CONCERNS

CHAPTER 26, ARTICLE II OF THE PASCO COUNTY CODE.

Permit issued this ___ day of 1975.



For the Board of Commissioners, Pasco County, Florida

SBy
Chairman



(Seal)



Attest:
Clerk




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particular concern. The number and location of these

observation points are to be approved in writing by

the Board prior to pumping.

c. A series of Floridan Aquifer observation

wells are to be placed by the Applicant at intervals

of approximately two miles along and outside the

perimeter of developed sections of the well field.

Additional observation wells are to be placed between

the well field and water-related surface features of

particular concern. The number and location of these

observation wells are to be approved in writing by the ,

Board prior to pumping.

d. At least one deep monitor well is to be placed

by the Applicant at the effective center of pumping

within Phase 1 to monitor the depth to highly

mineralized waters.

10. That the Applicant shall, at all reasonable times,

keep the well field open to inspection by the

authorized personnel of the Board.

11. That the failure to comply with provisions of this

Permit and its terms, conditions and limitations may

result in the revocation of this Permit.

12. This Permit is being issued for an initial period ..

of three years. The purpose of authorizing these

withdrawals is to allow the Board adequate time in

which to collect data and identify the effects that

take place because of the ground-water water

withdrawals. In addition to identifying the effects,

it is the Board's intention to establish regulatory

levels below which the Applicant may not lower the /

water table or the potentiometric surface of the

Florida Aquifer.

13. That the quantity of water authorized to be withdrawn

herein has been authorized only under the terms and

conditions of this Permit. This authorization should



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7. ;Should the Bo~Ard determine that the withdrawals /

of water authorized herein interfere with other

water users in the area, after a public hearing

the Board may amend, modify or alter such terms

and conditions of this Permit as warranted by the

evidence presented.

8. Should the Board determine that the pumping of

the quantities of water set forth herein create

unacceptable effects on the environment or water

resources of the area, the Board may, following a

public hearing, amend, modify or alter such terms

and conditions of this Permit as the Boar.d deems

necessary.

9. That the three wells being utilized for the withdrawals

authorized herein are a part of Phase 1 of the Cypress

Creek well field, which is currently planned for ten

wells. In order to determine total yield of Phase 1,

it is necessary to monitor the pumping from these

first three wells so that development of Phase 1 can

be controlled and regulated to prevent undesirable and

unacceptable effects. To achieve these objectigns the

following shall be done:

a. During the first several years of the development

of the Cypress Creek well field the Board shall conduct

an annual review for the purposes of identifying the

effects that are taking place because of the ground-

water withdrawals and considering necessary amendments,

modifications or alterations to this Permit.

b. Prior to any pumping the Applicant shall install

observation points along and outside the perimeter of

Sthe well field to monitor the effects of the ground-water

withdrawals on the shallow aquifer. These observation

points are to be placed at intervals of one mile.

Additional observation wells are to be placed between

well field and water-related surface features of




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PASCO COUNTY

WATER USE PERMIT
FOR GROUND WATER


In accordance with the provisions of the Pasco County Water

Supply Ordinance and its rules and regulations, permission is

hereby granted to the City of St. Petersburg, Florida, P.O. Box

2842, St. Petersburg, Florida, 33731, on behalf of the Cypress

Creek Management Board, for the use of the amount of water set

forth herein, in accordance with the application dated January 5,

1974, as amended June 6, 1974, and the support data submitted with

the application, all of which is filed with the Board of Commissioners,

Pasco County, Florida, is listed on Exhibit A, and is considered a v

part of this Permit.

This permit shall be effective for a period of three (3)

years from the date of its issuance and shall be subject to the

following specified conditions and/or limitations:

1. That the use shall be limited to a quantity not

to exceed 10,000,000 gallons per day (10 mgd) and

to a quantity not to exceed 3,650,000,000 gallons

per year (3.65 bgy).

2. That this Permit shall become null and void if

the privilege granted by this Permit is not

perfected on or before July 1, 1976, or within any'

authorized extension of time.

3. That the Applicant shall notify the Board when

construction of necessary works has been completed

and water applied to the approved reasonable-

beneficial use.

4. That the Applicant shall maintain records from

which the quantity of water actually withdrawn may

be readily determined. Such records shall be

furnished to the Board upon request.

5. That all withdrawals shall be metered.

6. That the Applicant shall submit quarterly reports

setting forth the daily withdrawals from each well.




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