Title: Consumptive Use Permits Number's 7500003, 7500004, and 7703647; City of St. Petersburg
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Title: Consumptive Use Permits Number's 7500003, 7500004, and 7703647; City of St. Petersburg
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Abstract: Letter Consumptive Use Permits Number's 7500003, 7500004, and 7703647; City of St. Petersburg To: Mr. Vince Patton -Public Utilities Director City of St. Petersburg From: Harold V. Aiken, P.E. Chief of Hydrologic Review Regulatory Division April 13, 1979
General Note: Box 9, Folder 5 ( SF-SWF 200003/WCR/St. Pete/Section 21 Volume I - 1976-92 ), Item 34
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April 13, 1979


Mr. Vince Patton
Public Utilities Director
City of St. Petersburg
Post Office Box 2842
St. Petersburg, FL 33731

Re: Consumptive Use Permits
City of St. Petersburg.

Dear Mr. Patton:


Numbe : 7500003 500004, and 7703647;


Concern has been expressed over the information which may be required by
the District staff to evaluate St. Petersburg's Consumptive Use Permits
for Section 21, Cosme-Odessa, and St. Petersburg-Pasco Well Fields.
Since these permits-are scheduled to expire December 31, 1981, opening
lines of communication at this early date may very well facilitate the
permitting process and avoid a last minute rush for evaluation.

The following data needs describe the type of information our staff
will need in evaluating the renewal of the City's above referenced Con-
sumptive Use Permits. This list is of a preliminary nature and should
not be construed as a guide to total data needs. You may anticipate
additional guides in the future to aid the development of information which
will be required by our staff before the 1981 deadline.

1. Describe St. Petersburg's service area in terms of acreage with a
break down of lands owned or controlled by the City.

2. List any areas outside the City's limits which are currently being
served or are proposed to be served in the future.

3. Provide a per connection average water use for:
A. Residential
B. Commercial
C. Industrial
D. Irrigation (other than domestic using potable water from
Municipal system)

4. Provide population growth projections for the next 20 years.

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CUP No.'s 7500003, 7500004, and 7703647
Page Two

6. Describe any existing or proposed interconnections with other suppliers,
design capacity of these connections, and anticipated quantities present
and projected to be obtained through these connections.

7. Submit appropriate maps which show major pipelines, existing and pro-
posed, describing pipe size, interconnections, and source.

8. Provide a well field management plan which should describe proposed
withdrawals from each well field and steps taken to maximize production
while minimizing affects. Also, include in this plan any proposed
modifications to the existing well fields.

9. Submit information on current zoning, growth predictions and the potential
- -of increasing groundwater demands from lands around each well field.

10. Address each of the following rules for each well field and evaluate
impacts provided some modification of the existing use rates
is being considered.

Will the proposed withdrawals:
1. interfere with any legal use of water existing prior to
December 31, 1981?

2. cause the rate of flow of a stream or other watercourse
to be lowered below the minimum rate of flow established
by the Board?

3.- cause the level of the potentiometric surface to be lowered
below the regulatory level established by the Board?

4. cause the level of the surface of water to be lowered
below the regulatory level established by the Board?

5. significantly induce salt water encroachment (vertical
or horizontal)?

6. cause the water table to be lowered so that the lake
stages or vegetation will be adversely and significantly
affected on lands other than those owned, leased, or
otherwise controlled by the City?

7. exceed the water crop of lands owned, leased, or otherwise
controlled by the applicant?

8. cause the level of the potentiometric surface under lands
not owned, leased, or otherwise controlled by the City to
be lowered more than five feet (5')?

9. cause the level of the water table under lands not owned,
leased, or otherwise controlled by the City to be lowered
more than three feet (3')?















Aprfl 13, 1979
CUP No.'s 7500003, 7500004, and 7703647
Page Three


10. cause the level of the surface of water in any lake or
other impoundment not wholly owned, leased, or otherwise
controlled by the City to be lowered more than one foot
(1')?

11. cause the potentiometric surface to be lowered below
sea level?

As a -final point, evaluate the possibility of developing production wells along
the City's major pipelineswhich extend from the well fields. A proposal of
this nature was brought to the staff's attention at our December Governing
Board meeting and is of real interest to us.

If you have any question concerning this matter, do not hesitate to
contact me.

Sincely yours,


AROLD V. AIKEN, P.E.
Chief of Hydrologic Review
Regulatory Division

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J. E. Curren
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