Title: Letter from John T. Allen, Jr. to Clerk of 5th D.C.A. re: Florida Phosphate Council, Inc., et al. v. WCRWSA Case No. 88-00685, enclosing the Docketing
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5. ATTORNEYS: List the names and addresses of all attorneys who
are, or have been, of record in this case.


Roger W. Sims
HOLLAND & KNIGHT
P.O. Drawer BW
Lakeland, FL 33802

Lawrence E. Sellers, Jr.
HOLLAND & KNIGHT
P.O. Drawer 810
Tallahassee, FL 32302

Bram D. E. Canter
HABEN & CULPEPPER, P.A.
306 North Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32302

Daniel P. Fernandez
Carlyn Harper
Southwest Florida Water Management District
2379 Broad Street
Brooksville, FL 33512-8712

David D. Henderson
P.O. Box 89
Lakeland, FL 33802

James Benjamin Harrill
Pasco County Government Center
7530 Little Road
New Port Richey, FL 34654

Edward P. de la Parte, Jr.
de la PARTE, GILBERT & GRAMOVOT, P.A.
705 East Kennedy Boulevard
Tampa, FL 33602

John T. Allen, Jr.
JOHN T. ALLEN, JR., P.A.
4508 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

L. M. Blain
202 Madison Street
Tampa, FL 33602










8. CURRENT AND PRIOR PROCEEDINGS IN OTHER COURTS: List style,
case number, and court of all pending and prior proceedings in
other courts related to this action.


None



9. PROCEEDINGS BELOW: If you are aware of any case pending
before a lower tribunal, or about to be filed in this Court,
which involves the same controversy or parties, or substantially
similar issuess, list each such case by style, case number and
tribunal where filed.

No





CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE

I hereby certify that a copy of this Docketing Statement, as
completed, has been mailed first class, postage prepaid or has
been hand delivered to all parties of record or their counsel,*
and that all of the foregoing statements are true and to the best
of my knowledge.


DATE: 4/4/88
ATT RNEY FOR: /


"* ALL PARTIES AND COUNSEL RECEIVING A COPY OF THIS DOCKETING
STATEMENT ARE INSTRUCTED TO REVIEW IT THOROUGHLY AND ADVISE
THE COURT IMMEDIATELY OF ANY AMENDMENTS, CORRECTIONS AND
ADDITIONS TO THE INFORMATION REQUESTED THEREIN.














Rev. 4/21/86






RETURN ORIGINAL ONL
THIS IS COLOR CODED


IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL,
FIRST DISTRICT, STATE OF FLORIDA

DOCKETING STATEMENT

The Court requires the following information in order to
determine if any Judge(s) of this Court are disqualified from
sitting on a case and to facilitate the assignment, consolida-
tion, and disposition of cases. Additional pages may be attached
to this form if necessary.

STYLE OF CASE: DOCKET NO:



IMPORTANT (a) This form must be completed by counsel for
INSTRUCTIONS: parties and returned to the Court.

(b) If the appeal involves or affects child
custody, child support, placement, juvenile
dependency, or delinquency, counsel must so
indicate in paragraph No. 1 below and
MUST COMPLETE AND RETURN THIS FORM IMMEDIATELY.

(c) If this is an original proceeding (prohibi-
tion, mandamus, quo warrant, certiorari, habeas
corpus and all other writs), counsel MUST COMPLETE
AND RETURN THIS FORM IMMEDIATELY.

(d) In all cases other than those specified in
Paragraphs b and c above, counsel for all parties
will complete and return this form at the time of
filing their initial respective briefs..

1. CHILD CUSTODY; CHILD SUPPORT;,PLACEMENT; JUVENILE DEPENDENCY -
SAND DELINQUENCY: ..Does this appeal involve or affect child
Custody, child support, placement, juvenile dependency, or
delinquency? Yes No xx -
S>- Unless good cause -to the contrary is shown by any party, the
lJ Court will follow a policy of expediting appeals which involve or
:D affect child custody, child support, placement, juvenile depend-
Sency and delinquency. The basic briefing schedule will be the
c D same as in other appeals. However, no extensions of time for
Lt ^ briefing will be granted except in extreme emergency; motions
t5. will not toll the running of the briefing schedule; and the case
will be processed in an expedited manner and decided as early as
the interests of justice permit. (Note: The Court encourages
the parties to stipulate to an abbreviated briefing schedule and
to arrange with the lower court for the record to be transmitted
earlier than the time provided by the Florida Rules of Appellate
Procedure.)




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April 5, 1988


Honorable Raymond E. Rhodes
Clerk, District Court of Appeal
First District
300 Martin L. King, Jr. Boulevard
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1850

Re: Florida Phosphate Council, Inc., et al. v.
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
Case No. 88-00685

Dear Mr. Rhodes:

Pursuant to the Clerk's request, I am herewith enclosing the
Docketing Statement filled out as instructed.

Thank you for your attention in this matter.


Very truly yours,




John/T. A len, Jr.
JTAjr/mt
Enclosure

cc: Roger W. Sims, Esq.
Lawrence E. Sellers, Jr., Esq.
Bram D. E. Canter, Esq.
Daniel P. Fernandez, Esq.
Carlyn Harper, Esq.
David D. Henderson, Esq.
James Benjamin Harrill, Esq.
EZ ard P. de la Parte, Jr., Esq.
M. Blain, Esq.





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