Title: Memorandum re summary of activities by the other water management districts in response to a call regarding priorities and problems facing the distric
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May 4, 1981

MEMORANDUM


TO: NORMAN P. STOKER, Assistant Executive Director

FROM: WILLIAM T. ALLEE, Program Coordinator(dA

RE: Responses to Ken Woodburn's Call

Below is a summary of activities by the other water management districts
in response to Ken Woodburn's call regarding priorities and problems
facing the districts.

1. NWFWMD Bill McCartney told me he did not receive such
a call.

2. SRWMD Don Morgan said he intends to visit Ken the next
time he is in Tallahassee for further clarification. He
expressed concern about putting such information in writing.

3. SJRWMD Dennis Auth is working on the request and listed
three major topics: (1) public water supply the District's
role in planning and implementation of future solutions and
the funding ramifications of same; (2) water quality the
need for further definition of state, local and regional
responsibility relative to groundwater contamination, i.e.,
hazardous wastes; and (3) land acquisition the need for
a state position on wetlands/floodplain regulation and
acquisition.

4. SFWMD Jan Horvath related five priority items: (1) state
funding; (2) land acquisition needs (conservation areas);
(3) role of DER in water management (the effect of State
Water Policy, etc.); (:4) water quality issues; and (5) the
role of water management districts in developing water
resources.

It appears the two other districts that are responding are thinking along
the same general lines we are. Sonny told me he may take his response to
the Governing Board next week. Jan wasn't sure whether they would or not.

WTA :wp4
cc: Donald R. Feaster
William C. Tatum
L. M. Blain j





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