Title: Regional water board approves $476,962 budget
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Title: Regional water board approves $476,962 budget
Alternate Title: Newspaper article by Roger K. Clendening in St. Petersburg Times, "Regional water board approves $476,962 budget," and also one in Tampa Tribune, "Corps Rules Expand Jurisdiction,"
Physical Description: 1p.
Language: English
Creator: Clendening, Roger K. ( Author )
Publication Date: July 31, 1975
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
General Note: Box 3, Folder 6B ( WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AREA B3F6 ), 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: UF00051752
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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RECEIVED TA A TRIUBNE, Thursday. July 3, 197

AUG 6- 1975 Corps Rules

y Expand
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S1 3 Jurisdiction
.. s W g 0 4 O New regulations of the Army
S"" S c 5 o1 -, I | | Corps of Engineers generally
0 I meet Florida Cabinet requests
( M'- for protection of wetlands, a
o 'a ( < m W l 0 state Deartment of Environ-
. S'g 1 Z O r mental Regulation attorney
C. l 0 D j said yesterday.
m. -' c-a. xS = 4 C "Basically, they have taken
W. 0 7 O t comments the cabinet made
M I and fairly well incorporated
5 5' co 0 3 SM them into these regulations,"
(D cn W David Gluckman, who repre-
r+ V5. -" -m- o =M" M' sented the state at hearings
: P M Q -considering the rules, said
& SO I O C ? "Basically, they have taken
S g CD comments the cabinet made
w_~ o' r P .4 o n
o '< >C c o B. ft S and fairly well incorporated
S z NO "a,,a^ C-- theminto these regulations,"
SDavid Gluckman, who repre-
SCD r sented the state at hearings
S, .S considering the rules, said.
The cabinet urged that the
0 o 'C corps extend its jurisdiction
C- C': 0M "( beyond the traditional naviga-
7o Mc u, 7 ble waterways of the state and
Fa< C ai o ac avoid duplication by consider-
SC ing state "permitting" before
| a 0o allowing projects such as
IZ J 'I 1 m dredging and filling in wet-
'C. 3" c. ., . C o~ . n lands.
.0- r0 .C CO The rules expand corps ju-
aA : m 1 D' I I 1 I risdiction in three spots over
elf, | q C- "ft= 3 < u two years:
-Wetlands adjacent to nav-
CD a C o P M z igable waterways are covered
MO CD la immediately.
C *1 D 1| ^.^ 1 1 ||. I- "" -| -Dredge and fill material
f'DO S g< discharged into primary tribu-
---e |. gtaries of navigable waterways,
n D D y D'C , C a. e'- ru a- a '-< acres and their adjacent wet-
Slands will be regulated after
% ,B 5: a l ^| S: 8S .July 1 1976.
g. C o a|P .' SSS '- --Regulation will go gener-
S .c j, .t.g'. g oi ally up to headwaters of
SThe regulations exclude'
most farming interests, as the
cabinet recommend, Gluck-
man said.
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