Title: Letter from WCRWSA to SWFWMD re: FY 1976 Study Assistance
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Title: Letter from WCRWSA to SWFWMD re: FY 1976 Study Assistance
Alternate Title: Letter from WCRWSA to SWFWMD re: FY 1976 Study Assistance Requirements.
Physical Description: 2p.
Language: English
Publication Date: April 16, 1974
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 3, Folder 6C ( WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AREA B3F6 ), Item 181
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Mr. Donald R. Feaster, P. E.
April 16, 1976
Page Two

peak demands for the 1985 time frame over and above existing
facilities, and those under construction. These demands
(by WCRWSA member jurisdiction) are as follows:

Pinellas 45.3 mgd
Pasco 11,1
Hillsborough 4 8.1
Tampa 16.5
St. Petersburg 9.8
Total 130.8 "
Broken down by Basin, they are as follows:

Pinellas Anclote 56.2
Northwest Hillsborough 5.1
Hillsborough 30.8
Pithlachascottee 10.0
Alafia 28.7
Total 130.8

Thus it is our estimate that an equitable distribution among
basins would be as follows:

Pinellas Anclote 43.0% $66,220
SNorthwest Hillsborough 3.9% 6,010
Hillsborough 23.6% 36,340
Pithlachascottee 7.6% 11,700
Alafia 21.9% 33,730
100.0% $154,000

The above are our preliminary estimates of allocation based
on our peak projected demands and will of course be subject
to your review and adjustment as you deem appropriate.

Your expeditious response would be sincerely appreciated. It
is my conviction that your support of these efforts will go
far toward enabling us to take the first significant steps
toward developing new regional water sources to respond to
urgent domestic needs.

Sincerely,




Richard J. Hesse
General Manager

RJH:ndr

cc: Charles E. Rainey
Robert Curry
Curtis L. Law
Dale Twachtmann
Louis de la Parte, Jr.









West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
ARBOR OFFICE CENTER, SUITE 404 1321 U.S. 19 SOUTH, CLEARWATER, FLORIDA 33516 813-531-5885
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RICHARD J. HESSE
GENERAL MANAGER



OAID0 OF GOVERH1ORS
CHARLES E. RAINEY, CHAIRMAN
ROBERT CURRY, VICE-CHAIRMAN
CU.TIS L. LAW, TREASURER
DALE TWACHTMANN, MEMBER
C. RANDOLPH WEDDING, MEMBER
April 16, 1976



Mr. Donald R. Feaster, P. E.
Executive Director
Southwest Florida Water
Management District
P. 0. Box 457
Brooksville, Florida 33512

Subject: FY 1976 Study Assistance Requirements

Dear Don:

This letter addresses and expands upon details of your
conversations and those of Chairman McAteer and Buddy Blain
with Lou de la Parte. The purpose is to express our strong
interest in securing Basin Board funding support for the
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority water source
feasibility study which has already begun. You are in
possession of the scope, contract, time schedule, and
supplemental material relating to that study, forwarded by
letter of March 31, 1976.

The WCRWSA Board has authorized the award of a contract for
a maximum of $125,000 for the first phase of this undertaking
to Ross, Saarinen, Bolton & Wilder. Ross, Saarinen, Bolton
& Wilder are employing Geraghty & Miller as hydrologic
consultants. The first phase will address water sources to
meet short term (1980-1985) needs. The study contemplates
in-house input this fiscal year in the amount of $29,000,
the bulk of which will be devoted to developing water demand
data. Thus the total funding requirements for the first phase
of the water source study are $154,000.

We are developing additional funding needs for FY 1977. These
will be forwarded as soon as possible, but not later than some
time next week.

I am aware that you are in need of some method to allocate or
apportion costs among Basin Boards. It appears to me a logical
and equitable method would be to allocate on the basis of esti-
mated additional water supply development needed to meet the


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