Title: Additions and Amendment to State Water Policy Chapter 17-40
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Title: Additions and Amendment to State Water Policy Chapter 17-40
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Additions and Amendment to State Water Policy Chapter 17-40
General Note: Box 9, Folder 6 ( SF- State Water Policy/Property Rights Issue - 1980-1981 ), Item 43
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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ADDITIONS AND AMENDMENT TO STATE WATER POLICY c

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SI. ADDIT NAL STATEMENT TO INCLUDE IN GENERAL WATER POL


, 1, ", ( ) Promote attainment of maximum economic development LJ
/ of water and related land resources consistent with
protection of the resource for other uses.


II. AMENDMENT TO SECTION 17-40.04, WATER USE

(1) No permit shall be granted to authorize the use

of water unless the applicant establishes that the

proposed use is a reasonable-beneficial use, will

not interfere with presently permitted and other

existing legal uses of water and is consistent

with the public interest.

III. ADDITIONAL STATEMENTS TO INCLUDE IN SECTION 17-40.04,
WATER USE

( ) In implementing a consumptive use permit program

the Department and Districts shall recognize the

public interest in allocating available, unpermitted

water supplies for improved use and development of

land resources.

( ) Consumptive uses of water in quantities which cause

i significant adverse impacts on off-site land uses
SY A or legal uses of water shall be curtailed or abated

unless the impact can be mitigated by the permitted.

S( ) In permitting consumptive use, gie-a-ter preference

shall be given to uses of water on the land from

which it is withdrawn than to uses which require

transport of water to other lands.


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