Title: 1986 Regular Session. Ch. 86-138. This act may be cited as the "Environmental Efficiency Act of 1986." Creating the Environmental Efficiency Study Com
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1986 REGULAR SESSION Ch. 86-139

(b) By December 1, 1986, submit a written report to
the commission making specific recommendations as to how the

duplication can be eliminated.
Section 17. This act shall take effect July 1, 1986.
Approved by the Governor June 24, 1986.
Filed in Office Secretary of State June 24, 1986.




EDUCATION-INTERNATIONAL

CHAPTER 86-139

SENATE BILL NO. 449
A bill to be entitled
An act relating to education and the promotion

of national and international amateur athletic
competition and Olympic training centers;
creating an Office of International Education
within the Department of Education; providing
for duties; creating the Florida Commission on
International Education; providing for
composition, duties, and powers thereof;
providing for the incorporation of

international education within instructional

programs; amending s. 14.22, F.S.; providing
duties of the Governor's Council on Physical
Fitness and Sports; providing for establishment
of Olympic training centers; providing for a
Sunshine State Games and Olympic training

centers direct-support organization; specifying
information which is exempt from the provisions
of law relating to public records; providing

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shall be received relative to the ope rion and administration
of state environmental and public hea hlkysw and rules.
(b) Submit to the Legislaturet February 1, 1987, a
report that clearly identifies duplicaOt n An the
administration of state environmentalAjd public health laws
and rules, and which makes specific r'-me8ndations that would
eliminate the duplication and promote the efficient
enforcement and administration of environmental and public
health laws.
(7) The Department of Environmental Regulation, the
Department of Natural Resources, the Departaent of Community
Affairs, the Department of AgriculturIPand Consumer Services,
the Department of Health and Rehabilitati've Services, the
Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Conmiission, and each of the
water management districts and regional planning councils
shall: -' '
(a) By September 1, 1986, sUb.IIt o-*Vritten report to
the Environmental Efficiency Study C6* ssioh which identifies
the specific programs, activities, O. egultions the agency
administers which duplicate the prog .,-,'ftivities, and
regulations of another state or reg cy. The report
shall also address the sufficiency or cement programs and
point out weaknesses and needs as ve iSai necessary
duplications in enforcement practice 4fri^'eport shall also
contain an identification of any pr -tivity, or
regulation which is administered by ')*LJf one division,
bureau, section, subsection, office l office of such
agency.


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1986 REGULAR SESSION Ch. 86-138

Section 16. This act may be cited as the
"Environmental Efficiency Act of 1986."
(1) There is created the Environmental Efficiency
Study Commission consisting of 15 members. The Governor, the
President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of

Representatives shall each appoint five members.
(2) Each member shall be entitled to receive per diem
and expenses for travel, as provided in s. 112.061, Florida
Statutes, while carrying out.official business of the
commission.
(3) The commission shall be staffed by an executive
director and other personnel who shall be appointed by the
commission and who shall be exempt from the provisions of part
II of chapter 110, Florida Statutes, relating to the Career
Service System.
(4) The commission shall be assigned, for
administrative purposes, to the Joint Legislative Management
Committee within the Legislature. The Joint Legislative
Management Committee and each state agency shall provide
assistance when requested by the commission. Additionally,
the commission is authorized to employ staff and consultants
as necessary to fulfill its responsibilities.

(5) Appointments shall be made as soon as possible
after the effective date of this act and the commission shall
continue to exist until July 31, 1987. A chairperson shall be
elected by majority vote of-the other members.
(p) The Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
shall:
(a) Hold a minimum of five public hearings in various
locations around the state where public comment and input
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