Title: Change in chapter designations
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Title: Change in chapter designations
Alternate Title: Letter from Jay T. Ahern to Joint Administrative Procedures Committee, Tallahassee, enclosing the recodified rules which address the change in chapter designations from 16J to 40D
Physical Description: 3p.
Language: English
Publication Date: February 8, 1978
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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 27
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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DERRII. McATEER, Chairin, Brokille HELEN THOMPSON, St. Petermburg JAMS CAMPBELL, Plat City
WM. O. SI'UBBS, JR., Vice Chainman, Dade City B. T. IONGINO, Sarasota BRUCE A. SAMSON, 'MInpa
N. BROOKS JOHNS, Secretary, Lakeland CLIFF SrEPHENS, Clearwater
RONAID B LAMBERT, 'Ieasurer, Waudmla DONALD R. FEASrER, Executive Director

February 8, 1978

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Mr. Zane Leeper
Joint Administrative Procedures
Committee
Room 120, Holland Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32304

Dear Zane:

Enclosed is a copy of the recodified rules which address the
change in chapter designations from 16J to 40D and the
realignment of the rules to conform to the standardization of
titles and sections of the five water management district rules.

Also, you will find enclosed a copy of the notices that
appear in the February 8, 1980 edition of the Florida Administra-
tive Weekly, and a copy of the Correction to be in the 2-15-80
issue.
Finally, the District forwards a statement on whether the rules
establishes standards more or less restrictive than federal
standards.

Should you need anything further, please advise.

Very truly yours,



JAY T. AHERN
Staff Attorney

JTA ld

Enclosures

cc: L. M. Blain, Esquire
B. A. Vergara
Gary Kuhl
John Englert















TO: JOINT ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES COMMITTEE

FROM: SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

RULES NO. 16J -Parts 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, & 8

40D-Parts 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8



FACTS AND CIRCUMSTANCES JUSTIFYING PROPOSED RULE AMENDMENTS:

The District's responsibilities include the management

of water and related land resources, the promotion of conser-

vation, development and proper utilization of surface and

ground water and to prevent damage from floods, soil erosion and

excessive drainage. The water management district in implementing

these statutory directives have developed rules concerning its

organization, procedures and permitting and regulatory powers.

To further assist the public in interaction with the water manage-

ment districts the rules are being recodified to establish some

standardization of Parts, Sections and Titles of the five water

management districts rules.



STATEMENT ON FEDERAL RULE OR STANDARD ON THE SAME SUBJECT:

The Rule Amendments are no more restrictive than the Federal

Standard.















SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER Rule Nos.: 16J-0 through
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT 16J-9, F.A.C
RULE TITLE: Rules of
the Southwest
Florida
Water Management
District



PURPOSE AND EFFECT: To recodify the Rules of the Southwest

Florida Water Management, without substantive amendment

" to any rule.

SUMMARY: The present rules are being amended: (1) to

make numbering changes required to place these rules in

Chapter 40 of the Florida Administrative Code, which

the Secretary of State recently assigned to the water

management districts; (2) to rearrange rules to conform to

a uniform system of numbering generally agreed to by all

water management districts; (3) to make rules more accessible

to the public and to allow easier comparison of rules with those

of other water management districts.

SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY UNDER WHICH THE AMENDMENT IS AUTHORIZED

AND THE LAW BEING IMPLEMENTED, OR MADE SPECIFIC BY THE AMENDMENT:

Specific Authority: S373.044, 373.113, and 120.53,

SFlorida Statutes. Law Implemented: S120.53, 120.54,

and 120.55, Florida Statutes.

SUMMARY OFTHE ESTIMATE OF ECONOMIC IMPACT: The amendments

proposed to these rules will have no economic impact,

as the changes are administrative in nature.

A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD:

DATE AND TIME:

LOCATION: 5060 U.S. Highway 41 South, Brooksville, Florida.

A COPY OF THE PROPOSED RULE AMENDMENTS MAY BE OBTAINED by

contacting the Southwest Florida Water Management District,

5060 U.S. Highway 41 South, Brooksville, Florida 33512,

(904) 796-7211.


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