Title: Memorandum to: Chairman Rudd re: State Water Policy
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Title: Memorandum to: Chairman Rudd re: State Water Policy
Alternate Title: Memorandum to: Chairman Rudd, Members of the House Natural Resources Committee re: State Water Policy. A group of eleven Societies and Associations request strong support of HNR PCB 13, which would provide for legislative ratification of all amendments to
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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General Note: Box 5, Folder 23 ( SF STATE WATER POLICY ), Item 1
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TO: Chairman Rudd
Members. of the House Natural Resources Committee

SUBJ T: State Water Policy )

The Florida Chamber, Associated Industries of Florida,
Florida Farm Bureau, Florida Engineering Society, Florida
Fruit and Vegetable Association, Florida Forestry
Association, Florida League of Cities, Florida Association of
Counties, Association of Florida Community Developers,
Florida Association of Special Districts, and Florida
Cattleman's Association request your strong support of HNR
PCB 13, which would provide for legislative ratification of all
amendments to state water policy adopted by the
Environmental Regulation Commission after June 30, 1993.
This would include legislative review and ratification of very
controversial amendments passed by the Environmental
Regulation Commission over the objections of a number of
the aforementioned groups and now the subject of numerous
legal challenges.

We respectfully suggest that state water policy,_which
involves all aspects of water management, including water
resource development, water allocation, water quality
protection, flood control, and the management of stormwater,
is of such a high degree of importance to this state that the
Florida Legislature, and not agency staff and appointed
officials, should ultimately determine such policy.




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