Title: The Operation by the City of Tampa
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Title: The Operation by the City of Tampa
Alternate Title: The Operation by the City of Tampa of Well Field Facilities in the Lower Hillsborough Florida Detention Area in Hillsborough County, Florida.
Physical Description: 3p.
Language: English
Publication Date: Mar. 13, 1973
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 3, Folder 7 ( WELL FIELD HISTORIES ), Item 17
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00051877
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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (REGULATORY)

IN RE:

THE OPERATION BY THE CITY OF TAMPA )
OF WELL FIELD FACILITIES IN THE LOWER ) STIPULATION
HILLSBOROUGH FLOOD DETENTION AREA ) ^ -
IN HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, FLORIDA )



IT IS STIPULATED AND AGREED by and between the Southwest Florida

Water Management District (Regulatory), a public corporation of the State of

Florida, and the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation of the State of Florida,

as follows:

1. That the Southwest Florida Water Management District (Regulatory),

hereinafter referred to as District, pursuant to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes,

and its rules, regulations and orders duly adopted thereunder, has the authority

and responsibility within its jurisdiction to determine the extent and manner in

which ground water may be withdrawn without being detrimental to the water

resources of the State of Florida.

2. That the City of Tampa, a municipal corporation of the State of

Florida, hereinafter referred to as City, proposes to operate a well field,

located in Sections 19, 20, 21, 28, 29 and 30, Township 27 South, Range 20

East, Hillsborough County, Florida, for the withdrawal of ground water on the

lands known as the Lower Hillsborough Flood Detention Area.

3. That the City, in order to properly plan, design, finance and con-

struct the facilities necessary to operate and utilize such well field requires

an evaluation and determination as to the volume of water to be anticipated

from said source. ...

4. That the lands described above, and the ground water withdrawn

therefrom, are within the boundaries of the District, and the withdrawal

therefrom is subject to the rules, regulations, authority and orders of the

District, pursuant to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes.

5. That there now exists the necessity for evaluating the withdrawal

of water from said well field, in order to obtain the most beneficial use of









the water resources of the State and to protect the public health, safety and welfare

and the interests of the water users affected.

6. That certain facilities are required in order that the District may complete

a proper evaluation of said well field prior to promulgating an Order relating to the

withdrawals of water from said well field.

7. That the District did, pursuant to a Stipulation dated October 11, 1972

by and between the District and the City, enter Order No. 72-3 on October II,

1972, dealing with said well field.

8. That there now exists the necessity for promulgating an Order super-

ceding Order No. 72-3 in order to expedite the evaluation and determination as

to the volume of water to be anticipated from said source.

9. That the City will construct, at its expense, the following:

(a) Eight (8) shallow wells to monitor the changes in the unconfined

water table aquifer.

(b) A minimum of three (3) observation wells located outside said well

field to monitor effects in the surrounding area.

(c) One (1) monitor well penetrating into the salt water fresh water

interface to monitor vertical changes.

(d) One (1) shallow well and one (1) deep well, both located near

the Hillsborough River, to monitor the effectiveness of the inter-

connection between said river and the aquifer.

10. That the plans and specifications for the facilities listed in paragraph 9

above shall be submitted to the District for approval prior to construction.

11. That a comprehensive pump test, designed and controlled by the Dis-

trict and the United States Geological Survey, shall be performed immediately

after installation of the shallow wells required by 9(a) above and two of the three

observation wells required by paragraph 9(b) above, and prior to design of said

well field.

12. That upon completion of the facilities and tests set forth herein above,



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the District shall perform a more detailed evaluation of said well field in order to

determine what future actions and orders may be necessary.

13. That the parties hereto further agree that an Order adopting the pro-

visions of this Stipulation shall be entered by the District at its next regular

meeting after the date hereof, without the necessity of notice and public hearing

as provided for by Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, and the City does hereby

specifically waive such notice and public hearing, as provided for therein.

STIPULATED and AGREED this /3Y day of M-r-a 1973.


CITY OF TMPA
STATE O F OR DA

By


Affttest:
City Clerk


SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
(REGULATORY), BY ITS BOARD
OF GOVERNORS


Chairman

Attest: /
^Assistant Secretary X^ O e,




















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