Title: Memo to Florida Land Council Members from Chuck Littlejohn re EESC draft of minutes of EESC meeting on October 8-9. Nov. 2, 1987. 2p.
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Title: Memo to Florida Land Council Members from Chuck Littlejohn re EESC draft of minutes of EESC meeting on October 8-9. Nov. 2, 1987. 2p.
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Local Government

Delegate permitting where local government has
capability and has adopted appropriate ordinances.

Local government can adopt local permit fee schedule.

If city refuses delegation, then counties may impose
regulations within city.

The above positions, together with positions taken on
November 3 regarding state sovereign lands, state aquatic
preserve permitting, and the constitutional role of the
GFWFC, will be presented for public testimony at a meeting
of the EESC scheduled for November 20 in Tampa.


Florida Land Council
(904) 222-7535

Joseph A. Duda
Tom L. Rankin
ice chairman TO: Florida Land Council Members
L.M. "Buddy" Blain
Secretary FROM: Chuck Littlejo
Jack Maloy
Charles B. 4iECT: Environmental Efficiency Study Commission
Executive Director
DATE: November 2, 1987

Attached please find draft minutes of the last meeting of
the Environmental Efficiency Study Commission held in Tampa
on October 8-9. During that meeting, the EESC tentatively
agreed upon the following:

Chapter 380

Developer must opt out of coordinated review process
within 30 days by notifying RPC.

RPC decides which agencies should be involved in
coordinated review process.

RPC may not make recommendations which conflict with
conceptual regulatory agency permit.

Local government may not use Chapter 380 authority to
impose development order conditions not based on local

Agencies should expand conceptual rules to address
hazardous waste and air quality.


Transfer dredge and fill permitting from DER to the
water management districts.

Transfer all water programs to water management
districts by 1994.

Remove millage limitation on NWFWMD.

ERC to set minimum non-point source rules and
standards; ERC to review WMD rules for consistency.

Eliminate the appeal to the Governor and Cabinet of
WMD permit decisions.

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