Title: Resolution 74-65 relating to the requirements of the Water Resources Act of 1972
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Title: Resolution 74-65 relating to the requirements of the Water Resources Act of 1972
Alternate Title: Resolution 74-65 relating to the requirements of the Water Resources Act of 1972 that Indian River County, currently a member of the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District, is required to transfer to newly established St. Johns River Water Ma
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 4, Folder 3A ( SOUTH FLORIDA -BOUNDARY CHANGES - WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICTS ), Item 11
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(2) That Indian River County be allowed to remain

in the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District until

July I, 1982, while retaining an ex-officio membership in the

St. Johns River Water Management District.. -On July 1, 1982,

transfer to the St. Johns River Water Management District acquiring

full voting membership;

(3) That the Central and Southern Florida Flood Con-

trol District complete its present proposed water management

program as soon as possible; and

(4) That the Central and Southern Florida Flood Con-

trol District be responsible for implementing the Water Resources

Act of 1972 in Indian River County, Florida; and

(5) That the Indian River County Board of County

Commissioners cooperate fully with.the Central and Southern

Florida Flood Control District to accomplish the resolutions

herein set forth.

DONE AND ADOPTED in regular session this 10th day,

of July 1974.

"BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA



Alma Lee Loy, Chairman

ATTEST:









"" RESOLUTION No. 74-65

WHEREAS, the Water Resources Act of 1972, hereinafter

called "Act", passed by the State of Florida created various

water management districts throughout the State; and

WHEREAS, Indian River County, hereinafter called

"County", is. currently a member of the Central and Southern

Florida Flood Control District and is required by the "Act" to

transfer to the newly established St. Johns River Water Manage-

ment District by July 1, 1975; and

WHEREAS, the "Act" provides a vehicle for parts of a

-water district to form subdistricts for the purpose of recognition

and funding; and

WHEREAS, "County" has recognized the management of

,waters to be one of the highest priority items in its work

program; and

WHEREAS, "County" feels that an environmentally sound

-Upper St. Johns River Basin Project is most important to the

conservation and management of water in the County; and

WHEREAS, it is projected that the Upper St. Johns River

Basin Project will reach final design, contracting, and completion

by July 1, 1982; and
WHEREAS, the "County" feels that its problems are current

and the newly established St. Johns River Water Management District

has not resolved the constitutional, legal,'and operational issues

in order that they can immediately react to these problems; and

WHEREAS, the Central and Southern Florida Flood Con-

trol District is a currently viable agency with the existing staff

and fiscal capabilities to sponsor the Upper St. Johns River

l Basin Project and to immediately implement all aspects of the

J "Act".

1 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Indian River

j Board of County Commissioners that:

I (1) The question of subdistricting be resolved in

the negative;






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