Title: Brief description of SB 1164 and companion Bill 1842
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Title: Brief description of SB 1164 and companion Bill 1842
Alternate Title: Brief description of SB 1164 and companion Bill 1842 together with SB 1286 and HB 1824 on Water Management Districts - Water Resources Act of 1972
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COMPANION BILLS

SB 1164 HB 1842
By Childers By Shreve

Should be considered together with:

SB 1286 HB 1824


Subject: Water Management Districts Water Resources Act of 1972


This bill implements the Water Resources Act of 1972 by
prescribing specific boundaries of the water management districts.

It follows the exact boundaries recommended by the
Governor and Cabinet acting as head of the Department of
Natural Resources and includes their recommendations for
boundaries for six interim districts to be established for
the first two years.

Exact descriptions of boundaries for the six interim
districts and for the five final districts are set out in
the act.

It also contains clarification and some changes to the
1972 act. These have resulted from numerous conferences between
the Department of Natural Resources, Department of Administration,
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District, Southwest
Florida Water Management District, and other interested parties.

The easiest way to follow the changes in the bill is
to tract Chapter 72-299, Laws of Florida as each section of
the bill is read.

Pages 6 through 34 and Pages 36 through 72 contain nothing
but legal descriptions. Maps of these descriptions are avail-
able.










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