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Title: Memorandum enclosing errata lists
Alternate Title: Memorandum enclosing errata lists and change memorandums that update and correct the July 1983 Draft Reports on Cosme-Odessa, Section 21, and Northwest Hillsborough Regional Well Fields up to Nov. 1, 1983
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Publication Date: Nov. 4, 1983
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General Note: Box 2, Folder 5C ( COSME-ODESSA SFWMD - SWFWMD ), Item 107
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Change in Dradowns LANDLAKES


54

South

NPasco Co.
Hillsborough Co.

!587
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eosme-Odessa

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Road


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Figure 13d NW-35d










Change Memo 3



September 29, 1983


MEMORANDUM



TO: William D. Courser, Director, Resource Regulation Department

FROM: David A. Wiley, Hydrogeologist, Resource Regulation Department

RE: Revision to Evidentiary Evaluation for Section 21 Well Field
(CUP No. 200003)

The attached map labeled Figure 7 should replace the existing map on page
S21-23.

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Attachment






NorthwestHillsboroughRegional LA" O' L

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Cosme-Odessa
Sectio 21


East Lake
Road
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Consumptive Use Permit Numbers 200003, 200004, 203647, and 206676

DOMESTIC WELLS NEAR THE WELL FIELDS
PERMITTED SINCE 1972



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Change Memo 7



MEMORANDUM



TO: William D. Courser, Director, Resource Regulation Department

FROM: David A. Wiley, Hydrogeologist, Resource Regulation Department

RE: Revision to Northwest Hillsborough Regional Evaluation, Consumptive
Use Permit No. 206676

The attached page replaces page NW-53 of the Northwest Hillsborough Regional
evaluation. Note that "O" zeros are inserted where there was zero pumpage,
two footnotes are added, and the total pumpage for 1981 and 1982 should read
256.9 MG and 288.0 MG respectively.

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Attachment











Change Memo 4



MEMORANDUM



TO: William D. Courser, Director, Resource Regulation Department

FROM: David A. Wiley, Hydrogeologist, Resource Regulation Department

RE: Revision to Section 21 Evaluation, Consumptive Use Permit No. 200003

The attached map replaces Figure 14, Page S21-30 in the Section 21 evaluation.
The revised map indicates the existing 10' and 5' drawdown contours.

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Attachment











Attachment H

Water Supplied by the City of Tampa Water Department (MG)

Florida Waters Ave. Rocky Rocky Crk. Rock Crk. North Blvd.
Month Avenue Hanley Rd. Creek Memorial Hillsborough Gateway Total

1980

May 0 0 16.2 0 0 16.2
June 0 0 12.4 0 0 12.4
July 0 0 11.7 0 0 11.7
Aug. 0 0 10.2 0 0 10.2
Sept. 0 0 10.6 0 0 *104.0 114.6
Oct. 0 0 11.2 0 0 11.2
Nov. 0 0 11.0 est. 0 0 -11.0
Dec. 0 0 8.3 10.7 7.1 26.1
Total for 1980 213.4 MG
(871,020 GPD)

1981

Jan. 0 0 0 7.9 10.3 4.5 22.7
Feb. 0 0 0 7.5 9.7 4.9 22.1
Mar. 0 0 0 7.8 10.2 4.0 22.0
Apr. 0 0 0 9.9 12.5 8.8 31.2
May 0 0 0 10.2 10.4 13.3 33.9
June 0 0 0 8.5 11.3 5.1 24.9
July 0 0 0 3.0 2.5 3.1 8.6
Aug. 0 0 0 5.3 3.6 3.7 12.6
Sept. 0 0 0 5.2 3.5 5.5 14.2
Oct. 0 0 0 6.6 4.9 8.9 20.4
Nov. 0 0 0 8.3 6.2 10.4 24.9
Dec. 0 0 0 9.8 6.6 3.0 19.4
Total for 1981 256.9 MG
(703,836 GPD)

1982

Jan. 0 0 0 7.8 4.7 3.2 15.7
Feb. 0 0 0 8.2 4.8 13.0
Mar. 0 0 0 7.9 5.1 13.0
Apr. 0 0 0 8.4 5.5 2.1 16.0
May 0 0 0 8.8 6.0 5.3 20.1
June 0 0 0 9.0 6.0 4.5 19.5
July 33.3 0 0 7.4 4.6 1.4 46.7
Aug. 0.7 17.8 0 4.8 6.4 1.0 30.7
Sept. 0.4 5.8 0 10.8 6.4 0.9 24.3
Oct. ..- 4.5 0 14.3 0.1 0.0 18.9
Nov. 1.0 8.7 0 15.3 0.3 0.0 44.2
Dec. 1.9 4.4 0 19.1 0.4 0.1 25.9
Total for 1982 (789,040 MG
(789,040 GPD)
*Sum of preceding four or five months.


-: Missing Data NW-53
MG: Million Gallons







LAND O' LAKES LEGEND

Section 21 Proposed
Existing
54

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S.Hiil r ugh Co.


Eldridge-Wilde T aUTZ






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proposed withdrawal rates at the end of 60 days for the following pumping rates:
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Change Memo 5

September 30, 1983


MEMORANDUM


TO: William D. Courser, Director, Resource Regulation Department

FROM: David A. Wiley, Hydrogeologist, Resource Regulation Department

RE: Revisions to Evidentiary Evaluation for Northwest Hillsborough
Regional Well Field (CUP No. 206676)
The paragraph below should replace the existing paragraph on page NW-12,
section (d).

Attached is the corresponding map referenced in the paragraph below. The
map labeled Figure 3 should replace the map on page NW-25.

d. Domestic Supply Wells in the Vicinity of the Well Fields in Northwest
Hillsborough County and South-Central Pasco County

Within northwest Hillsborough and south-central Pasco Counties there are
many residents who have privately owned wells for domestic use. Most of
these wells are centralized in the lake areas along Highway 587, between
the Cosme-Odessa and Section 21 Well Fields and areas just west of South
Pasco Well Field (See Figure 3, Page 25). The average total depths of
these wells range from 100 to 200 feet and the average casing depths range
from 50 to 150 feet. These wells obtain water from the upper Floridan
Aquifer. It is estimated that each well pumps approximately 350 GPD,
assuming 3.5 persons per household (Estimated Water Use in the Southwest
Florida Water Management District and Adjacent Areas, 1980, USGS Open-File
Report 81-060). An estimate of the total average annual withdrawal rate
from private wells for the well field region of northwest Hillsborough
County and south Pasco County is approximately 2 MGD. This value was
estimated from the District well permitting program and may need some
adjustment because many wells were constructed prior to the initiation of
the well permitting program.

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Attachment








Consumptive Use Permit Numbers 200003, 200004, 203647, and 206676

DOMESTIC WELLS NEAR THE WELL FIELDS
PERMITTED SINCE 1972



LAND O'LAKES


41



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SOUTH PASCO


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@ represents 10 wells

g represents 25 wells
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Figure 3








Change Memo 6

October 14, 1983



MEMORANDUM


TO: William D. Courser, Director, Resource Regulation Department

FROM: David A. Wiley, Hydrogeologist, Resource Regulation Department 9 r

RE: Revisions and Additions to the Northwest Hillsborough Regional
Well Fields, Consumptive Use Permit No. 206676

The following list should be included on Page NW-20, part VII. Visual Displays
at the bottom of the page.

Figure 13a Net Change in Water Table Drawdown Actual Pumpage vs Present
Permitted for NWHR, Cosme-Odessa, and Section 21

Figure 13b Net Change in Water Table Drawdown Actual Pumpage vs Proposed
Permitted NWHR, Cosme-Odessa, and Section 21

Figure 13c Net Change in Potentiometric Surface Drawdown Actual Pumpage vs
Present Permitted NWHR, Cosme-Odessa, and Section 21

Figure 13d Net Change in Potentiometric Surface Drawdown Actual Pumpage vs
Proposed Permitted NWHR, Cosme-Odessa, and Section 21
Attached are the maps corresponding to the list above and should be inserted
as pages NW-35a, NW-35b, NW-35c, and NW-35d. Reader should be cautioned of
comparisons in Figures 13a through 13d with drawdown maps from previous well
field configurations proposed by WCRWSA.

Also included is a map to replace Figure 12, Page NW-34. This map indicates
where some rebound in the potentiometric surface will occur as a result of
the new well configuration for the proposed well field.

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Attachments








Change in DrawdownsLAND O LAKES



SouthPasco


Pasco Co.
HiUsborough Co.
587
Eldridge-Wilde LUTZ





Cosme-Odessa -0.5'
SSection



East Lake
Road







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LDSIMAR
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Net change in water table drawdowns at Actual Punmspge (MGDF s. Present Permitted (MGD)
the end of 120 days with no recharm e 1981 Feb Mar, Apr May 30 days 30 days 60 days
Cosme-Odessa 7.2 8.6 11.7 9.4 12 22 12
Section 21 7.6 9.7 9.9 7.2 12 22 12
NWHR 4.1 5.8 8.2 8.4 9.2 19.9 9.2

Figure 13a NW-35a









Change in Drawdowns LANDO AKES


54


South Pasco

Pasco Co.
Hillsborough Co.

587
Eldridge-Wilde LUTZ





Cos e-Odessa / -0.5
Section 21



East Lake 97
Road
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Change in Drawvowns LAND LAKES

54

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Pasco Co.









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Net he in pote.. ntiometric srfce Actu Pume (MD) rsent Pemittd (MoD)






draw.dows at maximum pumpa"e for 1981 April 30 Days Maximum








SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
-5rt 2379 BROAD STREET, BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 33512-9712 $TER ^
PHONE (904) 796-7211 SUNCOM 684-0111
SBRUCE A. SAMSON, Chairman, Tampa Win. O. STUBBS, JR., Vice Chairman, Dade City *
STA.OISHto JAMES H. KIMBROUGH, Secretary, Brooksville RONALD B. LAMBERT, Treasurer, Wauchula *
1961 DONALD R. CRANE, JR., Assistant Secretary, St. Petersburg MARY A. KUMPE, Assistant Treasurer, Sarasota *
-/ WALTER H. HARKALA, Plant City JACK STRAUGHN, Winter Haven MICHAEL ZAGORAC, JR., Belleair *
meHZ J -* GARY W. KUHL, Executive Director STEPHEN A. WALKER, General Counsel es 6
SJAMES M. HARVEY, Deputy Executive Director *








November 3, 1983



MEMORANDUM


TO: Recipients of Draft Evaluation Reports for Cosme-Odessa, Section 21,
and Northwest Hillsborough Regional Well Fields

FROM: David A. Wiley, Hydrogeologist, Resource Regulation Department

RE: Consumptive Use Permit Nos. 200003, 200004, and 206676

Enclosed are errata lists and change memorandums that update and correct the
July 1983 Draft Reports on Cosme-Odessa, Section 21, and Northwest Hillsborough
Regional Well Fields up to November 1, 1983. If you have any questions or
comments contact staff at your convenience.

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Enclosures






















CONSERVE WATER TODAY FOR TOMORROW



















ERRATA LISTS

AND

CHANGE MEMORANDUMS

FOR THE JULY 1983 DRAFT EVALUATIONS

FOR

COSME-ODESSA, SECTION 21 AND

NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH REGIONAL WELL FIELDS






10/14/83


COSME-ODESSA WELL FIELD ERRATA SHEET


Page
Number

CO-2 c., line 3 Change is proposed to exists.

CO-4 g. Change June to August and the 1983 monthly average from 9.1
to 8.8.

CO-4 h. Change June to August.

CO-4 i. Change June to August and the 1983 monthly average from 10.5
to 11.2.

CO-5 j. Change June to August.

CO-7 4., line 4 Insert 56 after the word Page.

CO-10 Delete first three lines.

CO-10 d. Revise discussion on Domestic Wells. (Change Memo 1)

CO-16 In chart under Average Permitted Quantities for Eldridge-Wilde change
32 to 35 and under Maximum Permitted Quantities for Morris Bridge
change 25 to 30.

CO-17 Add following sentence to end of last paragraph. "However, during
prolonged dry periods average requested withdrawals may cause regulatory
levels to be exceeded."

CO-18 Add following paragraph after b. "c. All CUP's and the conditions con-
tained within are subject to the District Water Shortage provisions. Any
regulatory level limitations are subject to change at times when the
Board declares a water shortage."

CO-20 (2)(e) Add the following word to the beginning of the last sentence.
"Temporary "

CO-29 Figure 7 Update map on Domestic Wells (Change Memo 1)

CO-37 Figure 15 The contour labeled -2' should read -0.2'.

CO-64 First paragraph, line 2 Should read "(Table 1). Of the 20 lakes,
13 have .".

CO-66 IMPACT OF MUNICIPAL WITHDRAWALS ON SURFACE WATER LEVELS First para-
graph, line 4 Change 10.81 miz to 8.67 mi2.
CO-66 IMPACT OF MUNICIPAL WITHDRAWALS ON SURFACE WATER LEVELS Insert the
following sentence as the second paragraph. "Low rainfall combined with
pumpage has historically caused greater than normal declines on lakes.
However, recovery to normal levels has occurred when exceptionally high
rainfall was experienced, but it was extremely short-term and was not
sustained."










CO-96 Attachment G, under Legend Change Regulatory Level to Cumulative
Weekly Average Regulatory Level and With 3 ft. Swing to Weekly Average
Regulatory Level.

CO-136 Revise permit condition. (Change Memo 2)

CO-137 Revise permit conditions. (Change Memo 2)












































2






10/14/83


Section 21 Well Field Errata Sheet

Page
Number

S21-5 b., line 8 Delete extremely; line 16 change Since to From and have
fallen to fell.

S21-9 In chart under Average Permitted Quantities for Eldridge-Wilde change
32 to 35 and under Maximum Permitted Quantities for Morris Bridge
c-ange 2j5 to 30.

S21-10 Last paragraph, line 6 Change 37.8 to 37.1; line 10 change 3.5 to
3.1.

S21-11 Add following paragraph after b. "c. All CUP's and the conditions con-
tained within are subject to the District Water Shortage provisions. Any
regulatory level limitations are subject to change at times when the
Board declares a water shortage."

S21-11 III. OBJECTIONS, last paragraph Should read "In response to objections
concerning the damaging of cypress heads, staff has determined that new
housing development and changes in drainage in the area are also factors
significant in damaging cypress heads. Staff has also determined that
the renewal of this permit will not cause an increase in sinkhole ac-
tivity."

S21-13 (2)(e) Add the following word to the beginning of the last sentence.
"Temporary .".

S21-23 Figure 7 Update map on Domestic Wells. (Change Memo 3)

S21-30 Figure 14 Add 10' and 5' contours for existing permitted. (Change Memo 4)

S21-31 Figure 15 The contour labeled -2' should read -0.2'.

S21-58 Paragraph 3, line 14 Insert H after the word Attachment.

S21-60 IMPACT OF MUNICIPAL WITHDRAWALS ON SURFACE WATER LEVELS Insert the
following sentence as the second paragraph. "Low rainfall combined with
pumpage has historically caused greater than normal declines on lakes.
However, recovery to normal levels has occurred when exceptionally high
rainfall was experienced, but it was extremely short-term and was not
sustained."

S21-79 Attachment G, under Legend Change Regulatory Level to Cumulative
Weekly Average Regulatory Level and With 3 ft. Swing to Weekly Average
Regulatory Level.

S21-117 Revise permit conditions. (Change Memo 2)






10/14/83



NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH REGIONAL WELL FIELD ERRATA SHEET


Page
Number

NW-12 d. Revise discussion on Domestic Wells. (Change Memo 5)

NW-19 (2)(e) Insert Yes. at the beginning of second paragraph.

NW-20 V. RECOMMENDATION Delete 2(b).

NW-20 VII. VISUAL DISPLAYS Add Figures 13a through 13d. (Change Memo 6)

NW-25 Figure 3 Update map on Domestic Wells. (Change Memo 5)

NW-34 Figure 12 Add +2' and +5' contours. (Change Memo 6)

NW-53 Revisions on Attachment H. (Change Memo 7)

NW-59 c. Add the following sentence to the end of the first paragraph.
"Existing monitoring shall continue until a regional program is
developed."







Change Memo 1

September 29, 1983


MEMORANDUM


TO: William D. Courser, Director, Resource Regulation Department /

FROM: David A. Wiley, Hydrogeologist, Resource Regulation Department

RE: Revisions to Evidentiary Evaluation for Cosme-Odessa Well Field
(CUP No. 200004)

The paragraph below should replace the existing paragraph on page CO-1O,
section (d).

Attached is the corresponding map referenced in the paragraph below. The
map labeled Figure 7 should replace the map on page CO-29.

d. Domestic Supply Wells in the Vicinity of the Well Fields in Northwest
Hillsborough County and South-Central Pasco County

Within northwest Hillsborough and south-central Pasco Counties there are
many residents who have privately owned wells for domestic use. Most of
these wells are centralized in the lake areas along Highway 587, between
the Cosme-Odessa and Section 21 Well Fields and areas just west of South
Pasco Well Field (See Figure 7, Page 29). The average total depths of
these wells range from 100 to 200 feet and the average casing depths range
from 50 to 150 feet. These wells obtain water from the upper Floridan
Aquifer. It is estimated that each well pumps approximately 350 GPD,
assuming 3.5 persons per household (Estimated Water Use in the Southwest
Florida Water Management District and Adjacent Areas, 1980, USGS Open-File
Report 81-060). An estimate of the total average annual withdrawal rate
from private wells for the well field region of northwest Hillsborough
County and south Pasco County is approximately 2 MGD. This value was
estimated from the District well permitting program and may need some
adjustment because many wells were constructed prior to the initiation of
the well permitting program.

DAW:eab
Attachment








Consumptive Use Permit Numbers 200003, 200004, 203647, and 206676

DOMESTIC WELLS NEAR THE WELL FIELDS
PERMITTED SINCE 1972



LAND 0LAKES


41


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DsoD oo es
L c SOUTH PASCO





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o** o represents 1 well

0 represents 5 wells
represents 10 wells

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scale in miles
Figure 7 C0-29
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Change Memo 2

October 14, 1983


MEMORANDUM

TO: William D. Courser, Director, Resource Regulation Department

FROM: David A. Wiley, Hydrogeologist, Resource Regulation Department

RE: Revised Consumptive Use Permit Conditions, CUP Nos. 200003 and 200004

Listed below are revised permit conditions for the Cosme-Odessa and Section 21
Consumptive Use Permits. Conditions lOe, 11, and 12 should be substituted for
the existing conditions on page CO-136 and CO-137 of the Cosme-Odessa evaluation
and S21-117 of the Section 21 evaluation.

10.e. Permittee shall continue to manage the well field in a manner as to avoid
recurring weekly average elevations (non-cumulative) of the potentiometric
surface of the Floridan Aquifer that are more then 3 feet below regulatory
levels for the monitor wells set forth in Condition lOd. The District
will continue to collect the water level recorder hydrographs from each
regulatory well on a regular basis, and verify weekly average elevations
calculated for each well. The weekly average elevation (non-cumulative) of
the potentiometric surface of the Floridan Aquifer shall not be allowed to
drop more than 3 feet below the levels set forth in lOd above, for more
than a total of 8 weeks on an annual basis. During the 8 weeks, weekly
average elevation (non-cumulative) shall not drop more than 5 feet below
the levels set forth in lOd above. Weekly average elevations (non-cumulative)
more than 3 feet below regulatory levels are subject to District review in
light of changed conditions.

11. The total combined daily withdrawal on an average weekly basis from the
Cosme-Odessa (CUP 200004) and Section 21 (CUP 200003) Well Fields shall,
as demonstrated during previous operation, continue to be reasonably
balanced between the two well fields with regulatory provisions of condition
lOe considered.

12. Of the 13 MGD set forth in paragraph 6 of this Permit, 12 MGD are authorized
and intended for the purpose of meeting water supply requirements of the
City of St. Petersburg. The additional 1 MGD (average annual) is authorized
solely for withdrawal by West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority at a
rate not to exceed 3 MGD for any single day, for use to supply supplemental
water to the northwest Hillsborough service area when water supply require-
ments of 8.8 MGD average annual and 18.4 MGD maximum day for such are are
not met under Consumptive Use Permit No. 206676. At no time, however, shall
the maximum daily withdrawal rate for any purpose exceed 22 MGD.

DAW:eab




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