Title: Final Form for Filing SWFWMD Rules
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Title: Final Form for Filing SWFWMD Rules
Alternate Title: Memorandum re Final Form for Filing SWFWMD Rules, with handwritten notes
Physical Description: 7p.
Language: English
Publication Date: March 28, 1980
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
General Note: Box 5, Folder 18 ( SF Rules, Standardization of Numbering ), Item 17
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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March 28, 1980



RE: Fi al For for Filing SWFWMD Rules

Liz Cloud in the Bureau of Administrative Code of the Secretary
of State's office has given us a way out of our problem of how
to comply with the proposed rule stating the style and form to
be used in filing rules. She has offered to take our diskettes,
transfer the material onto mag cards, and run the rules on a
mag card typewriter with the correct element. Nonetheless,
the problem with the proposed rule will remain, and you may
want to express objections to the proposed rule at the hearing
to be held on the rule.

Mrs. Cloud informed me during the telephone conversation I had
with her on March 27 that a Mr. Beltz has requested a hearing,
which is to be held at 10:00 a.m. on April 8, 1980, at the
R. A. Gray Building Auditorium. Mrs. Cloud could not remember
the name of the organization with which Mr. Beltz is associated,
/ but it is the "Florida Institutional" something or other.

The problem rule is as follows:

1S-1.002 Style and Form for Filing Rules; Certification;
S. Accompanying Materials.

S(1) Due to the Department's use of optical scanning
equipment, each proposed new rule which is to be published in
Sthe Florida Administrative Code and each amendment to an exist-
ing rule shall be typed with an OCR-B (Printing and Publishing
No. 3) typing element, on letter-size, (8-1/2 x 11), white,
non-watermarked paper. Margins of at least one inch shall be
left at the top and bottom and on each side of the page. This
letter-size copy shall set out the rule exactly as it is to
appear in the Florida Administrative Code after any amendments
are made, must be an original as material reproduced by
xerography or other reproduction processes can not be optically
scanned, and shall be filed with the Department.

Memorandum to LMB
March 28, 1980
Page Two

The first problem with the rule is ambiguity in the typing
element to be used. OCR-B and Printing and Publishing No. 3
are two different elements. I ascertained from Ralph
Malarkey, a records management analyst with the Secretary of
State, that the scanning machines to be used are set to read
the Printing and Publishing No. 3 element. Therefore, the
reference to OCR-B is incorrect, and the rule should call for
use of an "OCR Printing and Publishing No. 3" element.

The second problem is that a Daisy printwheel for use on
printers such as the one on our IBM System 6 is not readily
available in a Printing and Publishing No. 3. We have
information that such a printwheel may be available from one
of the other of two manufacturers located in Hawaii and
California. The time and expense of obtaining such a print-
wheel from one of those companies probably would be prohibitive.

I, therefore, suggest that we follow through with the plan to
send the diskettes to Tallahassee as the means of filing this
set of rules, but that we object to the rule as stated.

The proposed rule also requests copies of each rule with amend-
ments coded by underlining added material and striking through
material deleted. Since this version will not be optically
scanned, we can print it out using our System 6 and forward it
to Tallahassee with the diskettes.

As soon as Janet has completed the revisions to the rules,
we will get the diskettes in final form and prepare the package
to go to Tallahassee.


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