Title: Consumptive Use Permit granted to Pinellas County Water System
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Title: Consumptive Use Permit granted to Pinellas County Water System
Alternate Title: Consumptive Use Permit granted to Pinellas County Water System, Permit No. 7602673
Physical Description: 4p.
Language: English
Publication Date: April 4, 1978
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 3, Folder 8 ( WELL FIELDS - PUBLIC - ORDERS ), Item 32
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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
(SWFWMD)
CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMIT


PERMIT GRANTED TO: PERMIT NO. 760?673
PINELLAS COUNTY WATER SYSTEM DATE PERMIT GRANTED: April 4. 1978
DATE PERMIT APPLICATION Dec. 28, 1976
FILED:
310 HAVEN STREET PERMIT EXPIRES ON: Dec. 31, 1980
SOURCE CLASSIFICATION: Ground Water
CLEARWATER. FL 33516 USE CLASSIFICATION: Lake Augmentation,
(Legal Name and Address) Public Supply, Irrigation
Hillsborough & Pinellas Counties

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS PERMIT ARE AS FOLLOWS:

1. That all statements in the application and in supporting data are true and accurate and
based upon the best information available, and that all conditions set forth herein will
be complied with. If any of the statements in the application and in the supporting data
are found to be untrue and inaccurate, or if applicant fails to comply with all of the
conditions set forth herein, then this Permit shall be null and void.
2. This Permit is predicated upon the assertion by applicant that the use of water applied
for and granted is and continues to be a reasonable beneficial use as defined in Section
37 3.019(5), Florida Statutes, is and continues to be consistent with the public interest,
and will not interfere with any legal use of water existing on the date this Permit is granted.
3. In granting this Permit, SWFWMD has, by regulation, reserved from use by applicant,
water in such locations and quantities, for such seasons of the year, as it determines may
be required for the protection of fish and wildlife and the public health and safety.
Such reservations are subject to periodic review and revision in light of changed conditions.
4. Based upon the application and supporting documents, SWFWMD finds that the
applicant's use of water was in existence before January 1, 1975 at the rate of. 35,000,000
gallons per day average annual at a withdrawal rate of 35,243,888 gallons
per day average annual.
5. Nothing in this Permit should be construed to limit the authority of Southwest Florida
Water Management District to declare water shortages and issue orders pursuant to
Section 373.175, Florida Statutes, or to formulate a plan for implementation during
"; periods of water shortage pursuant to Section 373.246, Florida Statutes.
6. This Permit authorizes the applicant named above to make a combined
average annual withdrawal of -5.; 9a8?1R 8 gallons of water per d, with a
maximum combined withdrawal rate not to exceed 55,000.o000 dunng a single day.
Withdrawals are authorized as shown in the table below.
7. WITHDRAWAL POINT GALLONS PER DAY GALLONS PER DAY
LATITUDE LONGITUDE MAXIMUM AVERAGE
1. 28 09 02 82 38 05
2. 28 08 52 82 39 42
3. 28 09 22 82 39 40
; 4. 28 08 .44 82 39 31
5. 28 08 56 82 39 35
6. 28 09 22 82 39 44
7. 28 08 51 82 39 24
8. 28 10 21 82 39 34
9. 28 10 10 82 39 35
10. 28 10 21 82 39 29
11. 28 10 07 82 39 25
12. 28 10 19 82 39 17
S13. 28 10 19 82 39 07
14. 28 10 08 82 39 07
15. 28 10 00 82 39 16
16. 28 09 52 82 39 16
17. 28 10 08 82 39 16
18. 28 09 58 82 39 05
19. 28 09 42 82 39 06
20. 28 09 19 82 39 16
21. 28 09 48 82 39 27
22. 28 09 36 82 39 16
23. 28 09 27 82 39 48
24. 28 09 27 82 39 27
25. 28 09 21 82 39 27
26. 28 09 15 82 39 04
27. 28 09 26 82 39 06
28. 28 09 31 82 38 04




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WITHDRAWAL POINT GALLONS PER DAY GALLONS PER DAY
LATITUDE LONGITUDE MAXIMUM AVERAGE
29. 28 10 20 82 38 58
30. 28 10 20 82 38 44
31. 28 10 13 82 38 46-
32. 28 10 20 82 38 21
33. 28 10 13 82 38 26
34. 28 10 58 82 38 11
35. 28 39 16 82 38 12
36. 28 10 20 82 38 15
37. 28 10 09 82 38 10
38. 28 10 14 82 38 09
39. 28 09 06 82 40 28
40. 28 09 04 82 40 23
41. 28 09 04 82 39 58
42. 28 09 03 82 39 53
43. 28 09 03 82 39 33
44. 28 09 08 82 39 25
45. 29 09 03 82 39 20
46. 28 09 18 82 39 14
47. 38 09 18 82 39 12
48. 28 09 02 82 39 12
49. 28 08 53 82 39 04
50. 28 08 15 83 39 05
51. 28 08 52 82 40 05
52. 28 08 56 82 40 05
53. 28 09 00 82 40 24
54. 28 09 02 82 40 06
55. 28 09 17 82 39 58
56. 28 08 51 82 39 55
57. 28 09 02 82 39 57
58. 28 08 50 82 39 56

Combined Withdrawal 55,000,000 35,243,888

8. The use of said water is restricted to the use classification set forth
above. Any change in the use of said water will require a modification
of this Permit.

9. In the event an emergency water shortage should be declared, the District
may alter, modify or declare to be inactive, all or parts of this Permit.
An authorized District Representative may, at any reasonable time, enter
the property to-inspect the facilities and may require that this Permit
be shown.

10. Applicant shall, within the time limits hereinafter set forth, complete
the following items, and if applicant fails to complete them by the
specified date, then this Permit shall be null and void.
a. Within eight (8) months of the date of issuance of this Permit, appli-
cant shall modify the construction of the following wells as indicated
to isolate the following salt water monitoring zones (isobores).
SISOBORES PRESENT
"WELL (Feet below land surface) Open Interval

; S. W. Deep 500-525, 600-625 500-741
S. W. Shallow 325-350 103-350
3A 700-725, 900-925, 1075-1100 670-1100
NID 700-725, 900-925, 1175-1200 653-1200
N. W. Shallow 325-350 250-350
N. W. Deep 500-525, 750-775, 1000-1040 488-1040

All plans and specifications must be submitted to the District for
written approval prior to commencement of construction. The District
staff, in granting such written approval, may authorize such modifi-
cations to this sub-paragraph lOa as it deems appropriate and consistent
with the primary purpose of being able to obtain the samples from each
of the isobores as required by sub-paragraph lOb. Construction must be
done in a manner which will effectively seal the intervals between isobores.
Construction must provide a sampling tube into each isobore, large enough
to procure pumped samples when desired.
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An air-lift method of pumping will be permitted to obtain water
samples.

b. Pumped samples will be taken from each isobore (15 total) indicated
on the following list:

Well Isobore
S. W. Deep 500-525, 600-625
S. W. Shallow 325-350
3A 700-725, 900-925, 1075-1100
NID 700-725, 900-925, 1175-1200
N. W. Shallow 325-350
N. W. Deep 500-525, 750-775, 1000-1040
N. Lake Tarpon 758-780
Tarpon Rd. Deep 205-305

Samples shall be collected the latter part of January, April, July
and October and analyzed using standard method procedures for chloride
analyses. Prior to taking pumped samples, a water level measurement
shall also be taken on each isobore. The results of the analyses
and water level measurements shall be submitted to the District by
February 15, May 15, August 15, and November 15 for each preceding
sampling period.

c. The applicant will regulate the pumping from said Eldridge-Wilde
well field so as not to cause the cumulative weekly average elevations
of the potentiometric surface of the Floridan aquifer to be lower
than the regulatory levels for each of the following wells.

Well No. Regulatory Level in Feet Above
Mean Sea Level
2 S 4.00
113 A 5.00
N 2 9.00
139 G 16.00

The weekly average elevations shall be calculated by adding together
the high reading for each day and the low reading for each day, then
dividing the sum thereof by 14; each weekly period shall commence at
12:01 A. M. on Saturday of each week.

The weekly average elevations shall continue to be determined cumula-
tively. A new production year shall start on October 1 each year.
Cumulative weekly average elevations shall not carry over from one
production year to another. Production causing cumulative weekly
average elevations in the monitoring wells to drop below the regula-
tory levels shall only be permitted during the first eight weeks of
each production year.

d. Applicant shall maintain the existing flow metering system for the
withdrawals permitted herewith.

e. Reports of withdrawals for each weekly period shall be made by
PINELLAS to the DISTRICT on the following Monday, in writing, by
letter posted not later than midnight on said day on forms supplied
by the DISTRICT: such weekly period shall commence at 12:01 A. M.
on Saturday of each week.




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Authorized Signature, SWFWMD


Applicant hereby certifies that applicant is the lessee of the property covered
by this application, that the information contained in this application is true
and accurate and, if applicant is a corporation or a partnership, that the
undersigned has the legal authority to execute this application and affidavit
on behalf of said corporation or partnership.






Signature of Applicant


Sworn to and subscribed before
me this day of
1978.




Notary Public


My Commission Expires:






























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