Title: City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application
CITATION PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00051256/00001
 Material Information
Title: City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application
Alternate Title: SWFWMD Order in re: City of St. Petersburg Consumptive Use Permit Application No. 7500004 reformatted copy undated
Physical Description: 3p.
Language: English
 Subjects
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
 Notes
General Note: Box 2, Folder 5C ( COSME-ODESSA SFWMD - SWFWMD ), Item 97
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00051256
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

Full Text








CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG
CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMIT
APPLICATION NO. 7500004
FOR COSME-ODESSA WELL FIELD

STIPULATIONS

1. That the City, its agents and employees, shall not withdraw or cause
to be withdrawn, from the wells in the aforesaid Cosme-Odessa Well
Field, Hillsborough County, Florida, any amount of water which will
cause the weekly average elevation of the potentiometric sJrface of
the Floridan Aquifer as determined cumulatively to be less than:

(a) Twenty (20) feet above mean sea level as measured at Grace 3
Observation Well (280607N823530W).

(b) Twenty-five (25) feet above mean sea level as measured at the
"James II" Observation Well (280703N0823417).

(c) Twenty-four (24) feet above mean sea level as measured at the
"Calm 33A" Observation Well (280836N0823438).

2. In connection with the operation of the Cosme-Odessa Well Field:

(a) At no time shall the weekly average elevations of the potentiometric
surface of the Floridan Aquifer be more than 3 feet below the
elevations set forth in Paragraph 1 above.

(b) Weekly average elevations shall be calculated by adding together
the high reading for each day and the low reading for each day,
then dividing the sum thereof by 14; each weekly period shall
commence at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday of each week.

(c) The weekly average elevations shall be determined cumulatively
from November 1, 1973 through September 30, 1974. A new
production year shall start on October 1, 1974 and each October
1 thereafter. Cumulative weekly average elevations shall not
carry over from one production year to another.
3. Reports of weekly average elevations for each weekly period shall be
made by City to District by telephone on the following Monday and
confirmed in writing in a form to be provided by District; such weekly
periods shall commence at 12:01 a.m. on Saturday of each week.
4. Well E-100 shall be modified or replaced with a well to serve as a
chloride monitoring well. Specifications for such modification or
replacement shall be submitted to the District within thirty (30)
days following the date of this Order.
5. The total maximum withdrawal from the Cosme-Odessa and Section 21
Well Fields shall not exceed 168 million gallons per week, which
amount shall not be figured cumulatively; provided that during any six
(6) weeks in the production year 1976, the City can pump an additional
21 million gallons per week in excess of 168 million gallons per week.
However, all production by the City shall be reasonably balanced between
the two well fields.











to be lowered below the Board's established regulatory levels; will not lower

the level of the surface of water to below the minimum level set by the Board;

will not significantly induce salt-water encroachment; will not, based

on study of water table response, cause the water table to be lowered so

that lake stages or vegetation will be adversely and significantly affected

on lands other than those owned, leased, or controlled by the applicant;

but the amount of water consumptively used will exceed the water crop by

3005% based on the fact that the available water crop is 632,000 gallons

per day.

6. The well field has been regulated by existing regulatory levels which should

eliminate future water level declines. Data collected indicate the regulatory

levels are protecting the water resources of the area.

7. The proposed withdrawal of water in the quantities requested will cause a

drawdown of the potentiometric surface at the boundaries of the applicant's

well field by more than five feet; but will not cause the water table under

the applicant's well field to be lowered by more than three feet or cause

the level of the surface of water in any lake or impoundment other than

within the applicant's well field property to be lowered more than one foot

or cause the potentiometric surface to be lowered below sea level.



CONCLUSIONS OF LAW

The parties have properly proceeded under Chapter 373, Florida Statutes,
and the Rules promulgated pursuant thereto. The testimony heard and documentary

evidence received permit the Governing Board of the Southwest Florida Water

Management District to grant the application for a Consumptive Use Permit with

certain restrictions to protect the natural resources of the area.


ORDER

Grant Consumptive Use Permit on Application No. 7500004 for withdrawal of

water subject to the attached stipulations.

The permit shall expire on December 31, 1980.

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT



DERRILL S. McATEER, CHAIRMAN



THOMAS M.VAN DER VEER, SECRETARY
-2-

o_










SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT


IN RE:

CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG )
CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMIT ) ORDER
APPLICATION NO. 7500004 )


After due notice a Public Hearing was held before the Governing Board
of the District on Wednesday, January 14, 1976 and February 18, 1976 in the
Board Room, District Headquarters, Southwest Florida Water Management District,
U. S. 41 South, Brooksville, Florida.


ISSUE
Whether a Consumptive Use Permit for the quantities of water requested
should be issued.


FINDINGS OF FACT
1. The City of St. Petersburg applied for a permit for public water supply
as an existing use of 9 mgd and a new use of 19 mgd from 23 wells located
in Hillsborough County for off-site consumption.
2. The City has requested an average annual withdrawal of 18 mgd and a maximum
daily withdrawal of 22 mgd.
3. The Application No. 7500004 as amended with attachments, letters of

objections, copy of proof of publications of notice of hearings and
notices to those listed under Chapter 16J-2.06(2)(c), Florida Administrative

Code, were received into the record.
4. Testimony was received by the applicant's representatives, consultants
and District staff on the effects of withdrawing the requested amounts of
water.
5. Testimony was presented by the District staff that the applicant has requested

to increase the average annual withdrawal from 9 mgd to 18 mgd. Regulatory
levels will have to be utilized as a regulatory tool to regulate withdrawals.
The application is for a use that is a reasonable and beneficial one; con-
sistent with the public interest; will not interfere with any legal use
existing at time of application; will not cause the rate of flow of a
stream or other watercourse to be lowered below the minimum rate of flow
established by the Board; will not cause the level of potentiometric surface




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs