Title: Northwest Florida Water Management District Rule
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Title: Northwest Florida Water Management District Rule
Alternate Title: Letter from L. M. Blain to E. D. Vergara, Jr., Secretary, Department of Environmental Regulation re Northwest Florida Water Management District Rule has nothing to do with Department of Natural Resources but appears in the index under the Department headi
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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 42
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LAW OFFICES
BLAIN & CONE, P. A.
P. BOX 399
L. M. BLAIN TAMPA, FLORIDA 33601
THOMAS E.CONE,JR. 202 MADISON STREET
RUSSELL M. BLAIN (813) 223-
(813) 223-3888
June 12, 1979





Mr. E. D. Vergara, Jr.
Assistant to The Secretary
Department of Environmental Regulation
Twin Towers Office Building
2600 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee, Florida 32301

Re: Rules

Dear Sonny:

Please look at page 2 of the June 8, 1979 Florida Administrative
Weekly, Volume 5, No. 23. Note in the index under the heading
"Department of Natural Resources" there appears an item 18.

Look at item 18 on page 15 and you will see that the rule is
from Northwest Florida Water Management District and has
nothing to do with the Department of Natural Resources. This
is another example illustrating the need to have separate
chapters for water management districts.

Sincerely,



L. M. BLAIN

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SECTION I

INDEX TO PROPOSED RULES

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE
1. 3A-30.80 Warrant Security, Control and Transmittal
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER SERVICES
2. 5C-4.02 Admission of Animals for Exhibition
(2) (c)
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
3. 6A-1.01 District Financial.Records
4. 6A-1.451(2) Florida Education Finance Program Student Membership
Surveys
5. 6A-7.393(3) Florida Student Assistance Grants
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
6. 9-1 Organization and General Information
7. 9-2 Agenda and Scheduling--Meetings and Workshops
8. 9-3 Rule-Making Procedures
9. 9-4 Declaratory Statements
10. 9-5 Decisions Determining Substantial Interests
11. 9H-1 Organization of the Division of Veterans Affairs
12. 9H-2 Procedures of the Division of Veterans Affairs
13. 9H-3 County and City Service Officers
14. 9H-4 Advisory Council on Veterans Affairs
15. 9H-5 Standards for State Approval
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND REHABILITATIVE SERVICES
16. 10-8 Leases for Real Property
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
SlA2.4-L. c--o edures Manual Amendment #2
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
_8 V 8 6C Q .. 4laWorks f, thP.i
DEPARTMENT PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION
19. 21H-11.02 Duties of Offices
FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
20. 25-10.94 Meter Readings


SECTION II

PROPOSED RULES

Pursuant to Section 120.54 any affected person shall have fourteen
(14) days from the date of publication to request a hearing from
the agency.

1. DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCE Rule No. Chapter 3A-30.80

DIVISION OF ACCOUNTING AND AUDITING

RULE TITLE: Warrant Security, Control and Transmittal

PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The promulgation of the proposed rule will

afford the Comptroller with the increased protection and security

of state warrants while in his custody and the controlled transmittal

of warrants to the authorized agencies as required by Section 17.03

(2) Florida Statutes.

SUMMARY: The Rule provides for the Comptroller's Office, Warrant

Transmittal Section to issue Warrant Release Authorization Identi-

fication cards on employees authorized by their agency to pick up

warrants. The rule provides for the increased security, control

and transmittal of state warrants. It provides for the mechanism of

j issuing Identification cards, the possession and control of same.


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SUMMARY: This rule amendment is simply an editorial change to 14-15.08

SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY UNDER WHICH THE ADOPTION IS AUTHORIZED AND THE LAW

BEING IMPLEMENTED, INTERPRETED, OR MADE SPECIFIC: 20.05(5), 334.02(6), 340.23(1),

F.S. Law Implemented: 120.53(1)(a)(b), 334.02(6), 340.23(1) 347.19, F.S.

ESTIMATE OF ECONOMIC IMPACT ON ALL AFFECTED PERSONS: None.

IF REQUESTED A HEARING WILL BE HELD:

DATE: July 2, 1979

TIME: 10:00 AM 12:00 Noon

PLACE: Haydon Burns Building Auditorium, Tallahassee, Florida

A copy of the proposed rule may be obtained by writing to: DEPARTMENT OF TRANS-

PORTATION, Management Systems Office, Haydon Burns Building, 605 Suwannee Street,

Tallahassee, Florida 32304.


18. NORTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT RULE NO. 16G

RULE TIT: WORKS OF THE
DISTRICT
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The purpose of this proposed rule is to name the lands and

appurtenant facilities proposed for the acquisition by the District in the

Megginnis Creek and Megginnis Arm area of Leon County as works of the District as

Section 16G-6.06, Florida Administrative Code. The effect would be that a permit

from the District would be required to connect to, withdraw water from, discharge

water into, place construction within or across, or to otherwise make use of the

works, as provided in Chapter 16G-6.04, Florida Administrative Code.

SUMMARY: The proposed rule would require a permit from the District for anyone to

make use of those lands and appurtenant facilities in the Megginnis Arm and

Megginnis Creek area of Leon County (the legal description of which may be obtained

from the Northwest Florida Water Management District Headquarters) that are declared

works of the District.

SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY UNDER WHICH THE ADOPTION IS AUTHORIZED AND TIlE LAW BEING

IMPLEMENTED, INTERPRETED, OR MADE SPECIFIC:

SPECIFIC AUTHORITY: 373.044, 373.084, 373.119, 373.139, and 373.171, F.S.

LAW IMPLEMENTED: 373.085, 373.086, and 373.103, F.S.

ESTIMATED ECONOMIC IMPACT ON ALL AFFECTED PERSONS. IF NOT POSSIBLE TO DETERMINE,

DTHE REASONS WIlY TIlE COSTS OF 'THE PROPOSED RULE CANNOT BE ESTIMATED: This proposed

rule will have economic impact in that the expenditure of state funds for land

acquisition and the expenditure of federal funds for construction will be required.







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Additionally, the district will he required to expend minimal funds for maintaining
the facility in a safe and proper manner. The benefits derived from the facility
will be the improvement in the overall environmental and water quality of Megginnis
Creek, Megginnis Arm, and I.ake Jackson. Since Lake Jackson is a well-known sports
fishing lake, improving the lake and preventing further degradation will have a
considerable beneficial economic effect. By enhancing the overall environmental
quality of the area, property values in the basin will also he enhanced. There will
be no fee required to obtain a permit to use Diistrict works.
A PUBLIC IIIEARIN(; WILL .. HI l.lD:
IATl AND TIME: June 28, 1979, 10:30 a.m. (ClIJ
PLACE: City Hall, City Council Meeting Room, 107 Miracle Strip Parkway,
U. S. Highway 98, It. Walton Beach, Florida
A COPY 01 Till PIROiPOSD) RUI.li AMI.NDMNT lMAYB BIE OBTAINED by writing or calling the
Northwest Florida Water Management district, Route 1, Box 3100, Havana, Florida 32333.

19. DEPARTMENT OF PROFESSIONAL AND OCCUPATIONAL REGULATION
DIVISION OF PROFESSIONS
STATE BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS AND LAND SURVEYORS
RULE 21H-11.02

RULE TITLE: Duties of Offices

PURPOSE AND EFFECT: The purpose of the amendment to Rule
21H-11.02 is to expedite the transfer of Board funds from
its clearing account in Orlando to the State Treasurer in
Tallahassee.

SUMMARY: The amendment to Rule 21H-11.02 relating to

organization and procedures of the Board will permit the
prompt transfer of Board funds from its clearing account in
Orlando, Florida to the State Treasurer.

SPECIFIC LEGAL AUTHORITY UNDER WHICH THE ADOPTION IS AUTHORIZED
AND THE LAW BEING IMPLEMENTED, INTERPRETED OR MADE SPECIFIC:
General Authority 471.11 and 472.03 F.S. Law Implemented
5471.12 F.S.
ESTIMATE OF ECONOMIC IMPACT ON ALL AFFECTED PERSONS:

The amendment of the rule will have no economic impact on any
affected persons
IF REQUESTED A HEARING WILL BE HELD AT:

TIME: 10:00 a.m.
PLACE: 400 W. Robinson Street Suite 509, Orlando, Florida
DATE: July 13, 1979

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