Title: Assignment of a new chapter number for each water management district
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Title: Assignment of a new chapter number for each water management district
Alternate Title: Letter, Page Two, addressed to Honorable George Firestone re assignment of a new chapter number for each water management district rules from Northwest Florida WMD: Chapter A-1-1, et seq. through Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District (SWFWMD
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General Note: Box 5, Folder 18 ( SF Rules, Standardization of Numbering ), Item 36
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Honorable George Firestone
Page Two
August 15, 1979


The Environmental Reorganization Act of 1975 transferred the
power, duties and functions of the Department of Natural
Resources relating to water management as set forth in
Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, to the newly created Depart-
ment of Environmental Regulation (Section 20.261(7), Florida
Statutes). The Department of Environmental Regulation
exercises general supervisory authority over all water
management districts, and is responsible for the administra-
tion of Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, at the state level
(Section 373.026, Florida Statutes). Each water management
district has its own rulemaking authority and its own set of
rules. These water management district rules should be
grouped together in a single chapter, devoted exclusively to
water management.

Accordingly, this is to request assignment of a new chapter
number for the described water management district rules.
It would be preferable to assign each district a letter of
the alphabet which should follow the chapter number. The
following numbers are suggested:

1. NorthwestFThloida Water Management District;
Chap er A-l-1, et seq., Florida Administrative Code

2. Suwannee River Water Management District;
Cha te B-1-1, et seq., Florida Administrative Code

3. St. Johns River Water Management District;
Chapter C-l-1 et seq., Florida Administrative Code

4. Southwest Florida Water Management District;
Chapters D-l-1, et seq., Florida Administrative Code

5. Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District
(South Florida Water Management District);
Chapters E-l-l, et seq., Florida Administrative Code.

This modifies a request made by my predecessor in office by
letter;of February 24, 1977 which was never implemented. I
am pleased to advise you that all water management districts
concur in my current request.








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