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SGroup D Applications for Reconsideration
Page C.U.P. Average Maximum Consumptive
No. Number Applicant GPD GPD Use GPD
27 200440 USS Agri-Chemicals, Permitted 7,440,000 9,720,000 7,365,000
Division U. S. Steel Proposed 7,440,000 9,720,000 7,440,000
Following consideration Mr. Lambert moved, seconded by Mr. Kimbrough, to reconsider
CUP Application No. 200440. Motion carried unanimously. Mr. Lambert then moved,
to add conditions 1(a) (flow meters) and 1(d) (pumpage reports, "monthly") to
Consumptive Use Permit No. 200440, as recommended by the staff. Motion was
seconded by Mr. Kimbrough and carried unanimously.
Group E- Permits Recommended for Revocation
Page C.U.P. Average Maximum
No. Number Applicant GPD GPD
27 206477 William Robert Koehler 21,000 42,000
The Permittee requested revocation of Consumptive Use Permit No. 206477 as a 4"
well was drilled which does not require a permit. Following consideration and
without objection, the Board approved revocation of Consumptive Use Permit No.
206477 as recommended by the staff.
SDocket 7: Continuances Applications in Public Hearing Not Concluded
Group A Requiring Further Processing and/or Evaluations
Without objection, the Board approved continuance of Consumptive Use Permits in
Group A, with the addition of CUP No. 206735 for J. Roy Del because'objection
Group B Continued Pending Test Completion or to a Date Certain
Group C Works of the District
Following consideration and without objection, the Board approved continuance of
Consumptive Use Permits in Group B and Works of the District Permits in Group C,
as recommended by the staff.
Proposed Rule Amendment No. 101 to Appoint Hearing Officer and Initiate
Rule Making for Lake Levels on Lake Tarpon
Following consideration, Mr. Lambert moved, seconded by Mr. Crane, to approve
initiating Rule Amendment No. 101 and appointing Mr. Zagorac as Hearing Officer
to preside at a lake level workshop and public hearing to establish lake levels
on Lake Tarpon in the Pinellas-Anclote River Basin. The workshop and public
hearing are scheduled for November 4, 1982 and December 9, 1982, respectively,
at the Tarpon Springs Middle School, 500 N. Florida Avenue, Tarpon Springs.
Consideration of Adoption of Proposed Rule Amendment No. 96 Relating to
SR'ule 40e-8.124(ir n, Establishing Lakes Camp Grassy (Big Glude) Gum,
Little Van, Myrtl e, Swoope, and Lake Van
Dr. "booris stated that as a result of staff testimony and citizen input received
at the public workshop on July 29, and public hearing on August 23, 1982, chaired
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by Mr. Updike as Hearing Officer, a recommended order has been prepared recommending
the following levels in feet above mean sea level:
Ten-Year Minimum Minimum Minimum Level
Flood Warning Flood Level (Low (Extreme Low
Lakes Level Level Management) Management)
Camp, Lake 133.40' 134.50' 132.00' 130.00'
Grassy, Lake 133.20' 132.00' 129.50' 128.00'
Gum Lake 132.60' 131.00' 128.50' 126.00'
Little Van Lake 141.40' 139.00' 136.50' 135.50'
Myrtle, Lake 141.70' 141.00' 138.50' 136.50'
Swoope, Lake 133.00' 132.50' 130.00' 128.00'
Van, Lake 133.00' 132.75' 130.00' 128.00'
Dr. Dooris said the staff recommended adopting the Hearing Officer's recommended
Order setting levels on Lakes Camp, Grassy, Gum, Little Van, Myrtle, Swoope, and
Van in Polk County, and to adopt the levels from the recommended Order into
Chapter 40D-8.624(1), FAC, of the District Rules. Following consideration,
and an opportunity for all present to be heard, Mr. Kimbrough moved, seconded
by Mr. Lambert, to adopt final Order No. 82-24, setting forth the ten-year
flood warning level, minimum flood level, minimum level (low management) and
minimum level (extreme low management) on Lakes Camp, Grassy, Gum, Little Van,
Myrtle, Swoope and Van, as recommended by the staff. Motion carried unanimously.
Mr. Kimbrough then moved, seconded by Mr. Harkala, to adopt the levels as set
forth in Proposed Rule Amendment No. 96 as part of Chapter 40D-8.624(1), FAC,
of the Rules, as recommended by the staff. Motion carried unanimously.
Proposed Rule Amendment No. 97 to Rule 40D-3.041 to
Implement Public Supply Permitting Delegation
Proposed Rule Amendment No. 98 to Rule 400-3.461
to Implement Water Well Inspections
Mr. Miller advised that pursuant to Board approval at its July 7, 1982, meeting
to accept DER delegation for public supply well construction, and authorization
on August 4, 1982, to initiate rule making proceedings, the staff proposes the FAC
following rule amendments: Proposed Rule Amendment No. 97 to Rule 40D-3.041
setting forth the procedures for the permitting, construction, repair and aban-
donment of public water system supply wells within the District; and Proposed
Rule Amendment No. 98 to Rule 40D-3.461, FAC, setting forth the procedures for
inspection during the construction, repair or abandonment of any water well in
the District. He stated that on September 17, 1982, the District staff received
a letter and Order from Secretary Tschinkel indicating November 1, 1982, as the
beginning date for public supply well delegation. Mr. Miller said the staff
reviewed the proposed order and found it to be appropriate. Also, he said, the
staff is developing internal operating procedures for handling public supply well
construction permitting which will be reviewed by the Regulatory Committee at its
next meeting. Mr. Miller reported the proposed amendments were reviewed with
the Well Drillers Advisory Committee on July 28, 1982, and the Committee con-
curred with the staff recommendation for approval of the amendments. Following
discussion, Mr. Lambert moved to approve Proposed Rule Amendments No. 97 to
Rule 40D-3.041, FAC, and No. 98 to Rule 40D-3.461, as recommended by the staff.
Motion was seconded by Mr. Kimbrough and carried unanimously.