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Title: Summary of the Rule Amendments
Alternate Title: Summary of the Rule Amendments, Summary of Hearing Held on the Rule Amendments, and Facts and Circumstances Justifying the Rule Amendments
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 5, Folder 18 ( SF Rules, Standardization of Numbering ), Item 23
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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SUMMARY OF THE RULE AMENDMENTS: The amendments adopted herein

recodify the rules of the Southwest Florida Water Management

District and Southwest Florida Water Management District

(Regulatory) under Title 40, Florida Administrative Code, into

a standardized numbering system for the procedural and substan-

tive rules for all five water management districts, with common

titles and parts, and correct non-substantive scrivener's errors.



SUMMARY OF HEARING HELD ON THE RULE AMENDMENTS: A hearing was

held before the Governing Board of the Southwest Florida Water

Management District on March 4, 1980. All interested parties

were provided an opportunity to be heard, and no objections

were made to the proposed rule amendments. The amendments were

adopted by vote of the Governing Board.



FACTS AND CIRCUMSTANCES JUSTIFYING THE RULE AMENDMENTS:

Presently each water management district operates under a

separate codification of procedural and substantive rules.

The amendments herein were adopted to renumber and recodify

the rules of the Southwest Florida Water Management District

from Title 16 to Title 40, Florida Administrative Code, and

to standardize the numbering system for procedural and sub-

stantive rules for all five water management districts, with

common titles and parts.





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