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Title: 1987 Water Management Seminar Brochure
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Abstract: 1987 Water Management Seminar Brochure, Vail, Colorado, January 10-18,1987
General Note: Box 7, Folder 1 ( Vail Conference 1987 - 1987 ), Item 1
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1987



Water


Management



Seminar



SIXTH ANNUAL
WATER MANAGEMENT SEMINAR
VAIL, COLORADO
January 10 18, 1987

A winter seminar on water management will be
held in Vail, Colorado, January 10-18, 1987.
Authorities on water management will lead
discussions on current issues and future
developments in water management in or appli-
cable to Florida.
Discussions will be of particular interest
and assistance to lay governing board
members, professional water managers, key
staff personnel, consumers of water,
engineers, hydrologists and attorneys whose
practices involve water use and management.
Florida's Water Resources Act, establishing an
extensive water regulatory management system,
is now 13 years old. It is often cited as
the best comprehensive legal system in the
country. Each of the five regional authori-
ties is faced with problems unique to its own
locale, similar to others in some ways and
yet completely different in others. Florida
has plenty of sunshine, plenty of water...
and plenty of people...putting severe stress
on its delicately balanced hydrologic system.
Although the five-day course is designed pri-
marily for persons already active in water
matters, course materials and sessions will
furnish sufficient background information so
that all participants will benefit.
The seminar schedule is a rigorous one with
formal three-hours sessions each morning as
well as opportunities for informal exchanges
among participants having similar interests.
Participants also will be assigned to small
discussion groups for late afternoon
sessions. Groupings will be changed daily
so that each participant will have an oppor-
tunity to meet with other participants.
Chairman: Buddy Blain, Blain & Cone, P.A.
Tampa, Florida 813-223-3888
Arrangements: Fink, Inc.
202 Madison Street
Tampa, Florida 33602













WATER LAW


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4:00PM



Morning


SCHEDULE: VAIL WATER MANAGEMENT SEMINAR
Friday, January 9, 1987
Evening If you're in Tampa, come by the
Blains' to get acquainted; 801
South Boulevard (253-0242).


Saturday, January 17
Check out deadline. Luggage
storage available
Bus leaves for Denver's Clarion
Hotel (Denver airport)

Sunday, January 18
9 Leave from Denver airport
and return to Tampa.


Saturday, January 10


Leave from Tampa Airport.
Noon Arrive at Denver. Bus to Vail.
f on Check-in Lion Square Lodge &
Conf. Center. (Under the
Gondola.)
Check out rental equipment at
Colorado Insight.
On your own.
Sunday, January 11
On your own. Ski lifts and
gondola start at 9:00AM.
Non-skiers may take gondola to
Eagle's Nest for lunch with
skiers. Beginning skiers are
urged to sign up for group
lessons.
:30PM Hospitality party given by
Lion Square Lodge.


Monday, January 12
6:30-9:30AM First seminar session
4:00-6:00PM Small group discussions

Tuesday, January 13
6:30-9:30AM Second seminar session
4:00-6:00PM Small group discussions
6:30PM Soup night-Fink, Inc. kitchen

Wednesday, January 14
6:30-9:30AM Third seminar session
4:00-6:00PM Small group discussions

Thursday, January 15
6:30-9:30AM Fourth seminar session
4:00-6:00PM Small group discussions
6:30PM Chili night-Fink, Inc. kitchen
Friday, January 16
6:30-9:30AM Fifth seminar session


SEMINAR

TOPICS

VAIL WATER MANAGEMENT SEMINAR TOPICS...
Environmental efficiency studies...
Wetlands...mitigation...restoration...
recreation...
Density controls...
Growth management...
Infrastructure needs...
Water improvement districts...
Groundwater protection...
Privatization of water supply and
delivery...funding of water
management...
Withdrawal...transportation...distribution...
collection...treatment...disposal...
reuse...reconstitution...
reverse osmosis...drought...
flood.. .drips... leaks.. evapotranspirationn.


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e. Luggage CALL FOR PAPERS

nvers Clarion Participants in the 1987 seminar are invited
nvers Clarion to submit papers addressing any aspect of the
above topics for inclusion in the course
material. Authors may submit more than one
paper.

ABSTRACT DEADLINE -- October 10, 1986
airport
ipa. DEADLINE FOR COMPLETED PAPERS --
November 4, 1986

1 The abstract should not exceed 200 words, and
must include the title of the paper, all
authors, and their affiliations. The submit-
ting author must include, on a separate page,
the full mailing addresses (including
position, firm, or institution, department,
city, state, and zip codes) and a telephone
\a number for each author. Authors will receive
timely notification of the status of their
papers. All attendees, including authors,
will be required to pay registration fees.
We are looking for short, pointed articles
rather than broad, generalized treatises.
Papers should not exceed 12 pages in length,
including drawings, photographs or illustra-
tions and should be camera-ready for photo
copying 8 1/2" x 11" reproductions.

COURSE MATERIAL IN ADVANCE
Course material will be distributed in
advance to all participants. Notebooks will
include papers prepared especially for this
course and some up-dated material from prior
years.





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REGISTRATION

Registration and Seminar fee includes
course materials and continental
breakfasts..................... $410.00
Registration fee for each
adult guest..................... 150.00
Registration fee for children..... 65.00
(17 and under)

NOTE: A $100.00 non-refundable advance
deposit per adult must be received
to hold registrations and to secure
group rates for housing, transporta-
tion, and equipment rental.

Balance of Registration and Seminar
fees must be received by December 10,
1i86.


LODGING
A variety of accommodations has been reserved
at Lion Square Lodge & Conference Center.
Units are located in Vail at Lions Head
beside the gondola. These will be assigned
on a first-come, first-serve basis. All
except hotel units include fully equipped
kitchens and large living areas.

NOTE: After sending your non-refundable
advance deposit to Fink, Inc., you
must make your reservations direct
with: Lion Square Lodge & Conference
Center, 660 West LionsHead Place,
Vail, Colorado 81657, (303)
476-2281.

They can answer your questions and
explain payment and cancellation
policies. We'll validate your
reservation with them as soon as we
receive your registration deposit.

AIR FARES TO DENVER

Fifty round-trip seats have been reserved.
Advance registrants will be contacted by
Julie Shea of Florida Travel Services
(813-870-1601). Credit cards are
acceptable.


BUS CHARTER TO VAIL

Charter bus to Vail. Refreshments included.
Apple Jack stop. First come-first-served
basis. Advance payment of $75 round trip
($45 one-way) per person required.


LIFT TICKETS
Lift tickets purchased in Vail on a daily
basis cost $30 per day. But our special
group rate is $21 per day for 6-day tickets
to be used 6 out of 7 consecutive days.
Advance payment of $126 is required.


SKI AND BOOT RENTAL

Equipment rental on a group basis from
Colorado Insight will be $R.50 per day.
S10 advance deposit necessary.


PAYMENTS

Lodging: Pay direct to Lion Square Lodge.
(Use separate registration form.)

Airfares: Pay direct to Florida Travel.

All Other: Pay to: Water Law Seminar
Mail to: Fink, Inc.
202 Madison Street
Tampa, Florida 33602
Space is limited. First-come, first-served.

DO NOW

Send non-refundable deposit to Fink, Inc.
Then contact Lion Square Lodge about rooms
and send lodging deposit of $100 per room.

DEADLINES
Nov. 10 50% of total housing deposit
to hotel.

Dec. 10 Balance of Registration and
Seminar fees to Fink, Inc.
($75.00 late charge added after
this date.)

Dec. 10 Ski boot rental deposit of $10 to
Fink, Inc.

Dec. 10 Final payment of housing to hotel.

Dec. 10 Lift tickets can be purchased
daily this year for $30.00 in
lift lines. In order to get a
group rate of $21.00 per day for
a six day ticket we must have
$126.00 per person to Fink, Inc.

Dec. 10 Bus transportation payment of
$75.00 per person round trip
($45 one-way) to Fink, Inc.
($10.00 late charge added after
this date.)

PLEASE Reminders will NOT be sent.
N=TF: Sorry. Missed d-eadlines for
lodging will result in cancella-
tion and forfeiture. Missed
deadlines for registration fees
will result in 10% late charge
IF space is still available.



























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These trips provide opportunities for people
involved or interested in water to get
together both formally and informally in a
beautiful, invigorating setting for a full
week of serious discussions and lots of fun.
Seminars are attended by broad cross sections
of business and professional people who have
diverse interests in water management. This
is the only mailing to be sent. It is being
sent to past participants and others they
have recommended or who have expressed an
interest in participating. If there is some-
one else you think will enjoy the trip and
who will add to the group, share this infor-
mation with them and contact the sponsors.
If a participant's profession, business or
occupation is involved in activities which
are water related, it may be appropriate to
deduct a portion of the cost of travel, food,
lodging and registration for Federal Income
Tax purposes after checking with an account-
ant or tax counsel. Last year the Florida
Bar authorized 26 hours of C.L.E. credit for
this seminar. Similar credit is expected
this year.
This seminar is sponsored by the Tampa law
firm of Blain & Cone, P.A., and is conducted
by Fink, Inc., a Florida corporation princi-
pally owned by L. M. Buddy Blain, a
practicing attorney.
Any questions should be directed to the law
firm (813/223-3888) or to Laura Blain
(813/253-0242).




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