Title: Typewritten document: Section 1, Chapter 378, Florida Statutes
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Title: Typewritten document: Section 1, Chapter 378, Florida Statutes
Alternate Title: Typewritten document: Section 1, Chapter 378, Florida Statutes, is amended by creating a new Section
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 3, Folder 3A ( LEGISLATION - BOX 3, FOLDER 3 ), Item 25
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Section 1,Chapter 378, Florida Statutes, is amended
by creating a new Section to read:

378.162 District Works using aquifer for storage and supply,
service charges.--

(1) The Governing Board may establish works of the District
for the purpose of introducing water into or drawing water from
underlying aquifers for storage or supply purposes.

(2) The Governing Board may establish just and equitable
service rates or charges to be paid to the District for use of such
works of the District; and provided further, that if the charges
so fixed are not paid when due, such sums may be recovered by the
District by suit in a court having jurisdiction of such cause or
by discontinuance of service of such district work until delinquent
charges or services thereof are paid, including charge covering
any reasonable expense for reconnecting such service after such
delinquencies are paid, or any other lawful method of enforcement
of the payment of such delinquencies.

Section 2 Subsection (3) of Section 378.01, Florida Statutes is
amended to read:

378.01 Creation of Flood Control District.-- Any contiguous
body of land in this state may be created into a district for the
following purposes:

(3) To determine, establish and control level of waters
to be maintained in all canals, lakes, rivers, channels, reservoirs,
streams or other bodies of water owned or maintained by the district,
and to maintain such waters at the levels so determined and established
by means of dams, locks, flood gates, dikes and other structures;
and to regulate the discharge into or withdrawal from the canals,
lakes, rivers, channels, reservoirs, streams or other bodies of
water owned or maintained by this district, or which are a work
of the district, including aquifers or other subterranean bodies
of water.




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