Title: Letter re discussion of Mr. Stubbs' recommendations that the District list the various lakes with minimum management levels with additional suggestion
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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
sr 2379 BROAD STREET, BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 33512-9712
i PHONE (904) 796-7211 SUNCOM 684-1011

S BRUCE A. SAMSON, Chairman, Tampa WALTER H. HARKALA, Plant City
1961 Wm. O. STUBBS, JR., Vice Chairman, Dade City MARY A. KUMPE, Sarasota
JIM KIMBROUGH, Secretary, Brooksville MICHAEL ZAGORAC, JR., Belleair
RONALD B. LAMBERT, Treasurer, Wauchula
i DON CRANE, Assistant Secretary, St. Petersburg WILLIAM C. TATUM, Executive Director
ARCH UPDIKE, JR., Assistant Treasurer, Lake Wales GARY W. KUHL, Deputy Executive Director

November 18, 1982





L. M. Blain, Esquire
Blain & Cone, P.A.
P. 0. Box 399
Tampa, Florida 33601

Re: Lake Level Rule Adoption Format

Dear Buddy:

In a recent discussion Mr. Stubbs recommended that the District
in listing the various lakes with the minimum management levels,
should also include a reference to the Section, Township and
Range right below the column listing the names of the lakes.
This will assist the public in identifying the particular lake
and avoid confusion with the lakes in other locations having
similar names.

From a legal standpoint I do not see an objection or requirement
for requiring additional hearing to implement this on the lakes
coming up for December 1, 1982 Board meeting. However, Mr.
Stubbs also requested that I discuss with you this procedure
being followed for the lakes that have been adopted by the staff
without going through a public hearing. An attempt to change
the present adopted lake listing and the levels adopted does
require scheduling to accomplish it in one time period.

As discussed between us, I spoke to Liz Cloud, at the Secretary
of State's Office,about the editorial changes to the adopted
"levels and received her consent subject to the Joint Administra-
tive Procedures Committee's assent. In the interest of efficiency
I spoke with Burt Jolly, who reviews the Water Management District
rules at the Committee about the changes. Burt advised that he
recognized the problem and requested that the District send a
copy of the change to him when we send it to the Secretary of
State's Office.
Accordingly, if you concur we might present it to the Governing
Board for their concurrence at the same time the Board considers
the Recommended Order on December 1, 1982, on the six lakes in
the Pasco County portion of the Pinellas-Anclote River Basin.






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L. M. Blain, Esquire
November 18, 1982
Page Two


Should you wish to discuss this matter, please feel free to
contact me.

Very truly yours,



JAY T.AHERN
Attorney
General Administration

JTA: lc
cc: J. E. Curren























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