Title: WCRWSA and Pinellas County v. SWFWMD, Case No. 88-693R. Amendment to Answers to the Authority's First Set of Interrogatories. Mar. 18, 1988. 3p.
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CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I hereby certify that a true and correct copy of the

foregoing Amendment to Answers to the Authority's First Set of

Interrogatories has been sent by United States mail to the

following this 17 day of1fXIC*, 1988:



John T. Allen, Jr.
John T. Allen, Jr., P.A.
4508 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, Florida 33711
Attorney for Pinellas County, Florida

Edward P. de la Parte, Jr.
de la Parte, Gilbert & Gramovot, P.A.
705 East Kennedy Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33602
Attorney for West Coast Regional Water
Supply Authority




Carlyn Ha er

Courtesy copy furnished to:

L. M. Blain David D. Henderson
Blain & Cone, P.A. Florida Citrus Mutual
202 East Madison Street Post Office box 89
Tampa, Florida 33602 Lakeland, Florida 33802

James Benjamin Harrill Lawrence E. Sellers, Jr.
Pasco County Attorney Holland & Knight
7530 Little Road Post Office Box 810
New Port Richey, Florida 34654 Tallahassee, Florida 32302











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was 92,484,900 gallons per day on an average annual basis which
is 17.3% of the total.

In 1986 and 1987 the maximum daily quantity identified in
individual CUPs was 2,356,590,000. In 1986 and 1987 the maximum
quantity identified in CUPs which exceeded at least one of the
5-3-1 thresholds was 143,510,000 which is 6% of the total.

Interrogatory No. 11

What was the total number of existing uses, whose
consumptive use permits were renewed by SWFWMD in 1986-87 and
what percentage of this total number had the 5-3-1 Rule applied
to them by SWFWMD staff in their evaluation of the permit
application?

The District applies the 5-3-1 rule to all CUP renewals.

Respectfully submitted,

Bram D. E. Canter
Haben & Culpepper, P.A.
306 North Monroe Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32302
(904) 222-3533



Carlyn Harper
Attorney

Daniel P. Fernandez
General Counsel

Southwest Florida Water
Management District
2379 Broad Street
Brooksville, Florida 34609-6899
(904) 796-7211
















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ESTATE OF FLORIDA
DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS

WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER
SUPPLY AUTHORITY,

Petitioner,
and

PINELLAS COUNTY. CASE NO. 88-693R

Intervenor,
vs.

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT,

Respondent.


AMENDMENT TO ANSWERS TO THE AUTHORITY'S
FIRST SET OF INTERROGATORIES

Pursuant to Rule 1.190, Florida Rules of Civil Procedure the

Southwest Florida Water Management District hereby files this

Amendment to Answers to the Authority's First Set of

Interrogatories.

Interrogatory No. 9

What was the total number of consumptive use permits issued
by SWFWMD in 1986-87 and what percentage of this total number
involved consumptive uses which violated one or more of the
limits specified in the 5-3-1 Rule?

In 1986 and 1987 the District issued a total of 750
individual CUPs. Eight of those individual CUPs exceeded at
least one of the 5-3-1 thresholds which is 1% of the total.

Interrogatory No. 10

What was the total average annual and maximum daily quantity
of water permitted by SWFWMD in 1986-87 and what percentage of
the total average annual quantity and the total maximum daily
quantity were from uses which violated one or more of the limits
specified in the 5-3-1 Rule?

In 1986 and 1987 the District permitted a total of
534,309,000 gallons of water per day on an average annual basis
for individual CUPs. In 1986 and 1987 the quantity of water
identified in individual CUPs which exceeded the 5-3-1 thresholds





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