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Content of Application Packet

- This packet should contain one each of the following items:

A. An Information/instruction Booklet
B. An application for the consumptive use of water
C. Appendix 1 and example map
D. An affidavit
L E. A latitude/longitude scale
F. A return envelope
tG. A gummed'label with your name and address typed upon it
H. An assistance schedule

How To Get A Copy Of The Rules And Regulations

A copy of the adopted Rules and Regulations is available from the Southwest Florida Water Man-
agement District by sending a written request to:

Permit Section (Consumptive-Use)
Southwest Florida Water Management District
P. O. Box 457
Brooksville, Florida 33512

A copy of the Rules will be forwarded to you by return mail.

Requirements For A Completed Application

You must include with your completed application:

1. A check or money order for $10.00
2. A completed affidavit, or letter of waiver,
3. The application itself,
4. An accurate legal description of the land owned, leased or otherwise controlled which is to be
considered under this application, and
5. A survey or scaled sketch showing the boundaries of the property and the location of the points
of diversion or withdrawal. Also show on this sketch the locations of any other diversion or
withdrawal facilities which are not being considered under this application. Make sketch
8% x 11" in size; or foldable to 8% x 11".

These must be mailed or delivered to the District Office (Headquarters) in Brooksville in the enclosed
envelope.


WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE DISTRICT

The application and the attachments, will be screened for completeness, including:

1. Fee
2. Necessity of permit
3. All appropriate blocks are filled
4. Affidavit, or letter of waiver
5. Notary signatures and seals

If complete, the application will be prepared for computer processing. While being processed, some of the
same items will be re-checked for accuracy as well as completeness.


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If the application or fee is in error, the application processing will be discontinued until the errors) is/are
corrected.

After a properly completed application is received, the District will attempt to either issue a permit or
denial or notify you of a hearing within 45 days. If a hearing is to be held, the District shall inform you at
least 10 days in advance of the hearing date and will specify the date and location of the hearing.


HOW TO GET ASSISTANCE

A District representative will be available to you for assistance in the proper completion of the application/
affidavit formss. The location and availability of these representatives is shown on the enclosed schedule.


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INTRODUCTION/PURPOSE

Rules Mrd Regulations were adopted by the Southwest Florida Water Management District and the South-
Wst Pl6rida Water Managenent District (Regulatory) September 11, 1974 as a result of responsibilities
prorulgated by the Water Resources act of 1972 (72-299). This act modified and expanded Chapter 373,
Fltrida Statutes which determined the responsibilities of the District.

ThV r i@i"ipanyifg application is for the purpose of permitting the Consumptive Use of Water. The District
6iift m6e effectively accomplish its purpose of maintaining and regulating the use of water to the maximum
M10fif iial use by krinwing how and where water is to be consumed.


LEGAL LIABILITY OF APPLICANT

it li sse@tial that all blanks be filled in with accurate information. Information contained in the
0ppli0dati6i iay be used at a hearing, under oath. Any,material misstatement, misrepresentation or willful
ViO61ti6on r disregard of any rule or regulation adopted and promulgated by the Governing Board will be
grounds for rejection, suspension or revocation of the permit pursuant to the procedure set forth in these
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPERLY COMPLETING THE CONSUMPTIVE USE APPLICATION


(Item 1. Name (block numbers 31 through 62)

If this application is for a private use, print or type your last name first, skip space, first name, skip space,
then middle initial. If this application is for a corporation or municipality, print or type the name of the
corporation or municipality.


ltem 2. Ownership (block 63)

If you own the property, print or type an "O" in block 63; if not, print or type an "L" in block 63. If the
response is "L", or ff there is more than one owner, be sure to list the (other) property owners) on the
Affidavit form and indicate their ownership by placing an "O" after the name.


Item 3. Mailing Address (blocks 64 through 96)

Print or type your street or postal box number in blocks 64-96.


Item 4. City, State, Zip Code (blocks 13 through 47)

a. City (blocks 13 through 40)
Print or type the name of the city of residence.

b. State (blocks 41 and 42)
Print or type the appropriate state code for the state of residence found on Table 2-1.

c. Zip Code (blocks 43 through 47)
Print or type the proper United States Postal Service "Zip" Code for the address of residence.


Item 5. Current Permit Number (blocks 48 through 54)

If this application is for a renewal or a modification of a current consumptive use permit, print or type the
current permit number. If not, leave blank.


Item 6. Application Type (block 55)

If this application is for a, continued use of water which existed prior to January 1, 1975 and a con-
sumptive use permit has not been issued print or type a "1" in block 55.

If for a use of water begun after December 31, 1974, print or type a "2" in block 55.

If for a renewal of a consumptive use permit print or type a "3" in block 55.

If for a modification of a current consumptive use permit print or type a "4" in block 55.


Item 7. Number of Property Owners (blocks 56 through 58)

Print or type the number of property owners appearing on the properly completed affidavit form (See
Section 3, "Instructions for Properly Completing The Affidavit Form"). Be sure to have the last digit in
block number 58, If you are including a letter of waiver in place of an affidavit print or type "999" in
blocks 55 through 58.

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Item 8. Total-Contiguous Acreage (blocks 59 through,65)

Print or type, to the nearest 1/10 acre, the number of acres enclosed within the property boundaries de-
scribed in the legal description required with this application. Contiguous acreage is defined sthe acreage
enclosed by one continual property line. Rights-of-way are not considered to be breaks in the property line.
Be sure to have the last digit in block number B5. (1/2 awe 5, 1/3 acre =.3, 1/4ac .3, j/5a.eM .2)

EXAMPLE:


V& TOAL CONTIGUOUS ACREAG |O
SI. a conou u 1 1116101.'
59 46 6S
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Item t1. Basin (blocks 69 and 70)

,Loca your facility on the map on Figure 2-1 and-determine which basin contains most of your contiguous
acreage. Print or type the code found on figure 2-1 for the basin in blocks 69-70.


Item 11. County (blocks 71 and 72)

Locate your property on the map on Figure 2-2. Determine the county in which most of your contiguous
acreage is located. Print or type the code found on figure 2-2 for-the county in blocks 71-72.


Item 12. Ground or Surface Water (block 73)

If the withdrawal is to be made from a well or wells print or type a "1" in block 73.

If the withdrawal is to be made from lakes or other impoundments, or stream or other watercourses, print
or type a "2" in block 73.

If the withdrawal is to be made from a well and a lake, print or type a "3" in block 73.

If the withdrawal is to be made from a well and a stream or other watercourse, print or type a "3" in block
73.


Item 13. Number of Withdrawal Points (blocks 74 through 76)

Print or type the number of points which will be withdrawing water for the uses applied for in this
application.








Item 14. Use, Percent Distribution, Percent Acreage (blocks 13 through 75)

a. Use (Column A)

Find the specific uses of water requested in Table 2-2. Opposite this use is a three-digit code. Print or:
type this code in the blocks provided in Column A. Be sure the last digit falls into the right-hand-most
block on that line,
If a portion of the water requested will be transported or disposed of outside of the property
indicated by the legal description as the continuous acreage use, use code 900. Any water which
is discharged into the Gulf of Mexico, a sewer or flowing stream which transports the effluent from
the property described in Item 8 or which becomes a constituent of the product manufactured or
processed, is also considered to be disposed of off-site. For example, if the water is being used for the
manufacture of liquid fertilizer; the percent of the water withdrawn which becomes part of the
liquid fertilizer would be considered disposed of off-site.

b. Percent Distribution (Column B)

For each use code, print or type the percent of the water requested which will be put to that use. For
example, if you withdraw water for your home in addition to your irrigation needs, calculate the per-
cent of water for each use:

Water Requested 100,000 gallons per day
Domestic Use 1,000 gallons per day
Irrigation (citrus, by sprinkler) 99,000 gallons per day
Percent Domestic = 1 000x 100 1 percent
100,000
Percent Irrigation = 99.000x 100 = 99 percent
100,000

Be sure the last digit falls into the right-hand-most block on that line.

c. Percent Acreage (Column C) For Irrigation Codes Only

For each irrigation use code, print or type the percent of acreage allocated to this use.

For example, if you list 1,000 acres in Item 8, and only 700 acres are devoted to your citrus operation;
calculate the percentage of the 1,000 acres allocated to citrus irrigation.

Percent Citrus = 700 x 100 = 70 percent
1,000

If the water requested is for private lawn sprinkling of an area five (5) acres or more, print or type the proper
percent acreage in the proper blocks. If the lawn to be sprinkled is less than five (5) acres, this use is included
in the "Domestic Supply" code;

If the use is for domestic, emergency services, or industrial codes, print or type "999" in the proper blocks.

Be sure the last digit falls into the right-hand-most block on that line.

If the response to Item 12 is "1", turn to "Instructions For Page 2A", and follow the instruction there for
properly completing page 2A. If the response was "2", turn to "Instructions For Page 2B", and follow the
instructions for properly completing page 28.


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INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAGE 2A
Item 15A. Well Location (blocks 14 through 26)

A. Coordinates (blocks 14 through 25) :

Print or type the latitude/longitude coordinates of the well as determined by themnethod described in '
Appendix 1 ("Latitude/Longitude Cooidinate Determinations").

EXAMPLE: -1A 11u. LOCATE
211111511 1318kla[l il21
14 as 26
MF H; 7 I/i2101A12Fr5 jil

b. Sequential Code (block 26)

If two or more wells, located according to Item 15A (above), have the same latitude/longitude
coordinates print or type a "1" in block 28 for the first'well listed, a "2" in block 26for the second
well listed, and so on until all of the wells which have the same latitude/ongilude coordinates have
been coded in sequence.
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If there are more than 15 wells, please request a page 2A amendment from the District.


Item 16A. Boundary Location (blocks 27 through 38)

Print or type the latitude/longitude coordinates of the-point on your-property boundary which ies
closest to the corresponding well. Figure 2-3 shows an example of the property boundary requirement.


Item 17A. Aquifer (blocks 39-40)

Locate in Table 2-3, the condition which best fits the well and aquifer from which the water is to be
withdrawn. Print or type the code appearing opposite this condition.

Item 18A. Maximum Daily Withdrawal (blocks 41 through 48)

Print or type the maximum expected withdrawal for a single day in gallons from the corresponding well in
the blocks provided. Be sure to enter the information so that the last digit is in block number 48.


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Item 19A. Average Daily Withdrawal (blocks 49 through 56)

Print or type the estimated average daily withdrawal in gallons per day from the corresponding well in blocks
49 through 56. The average daily withdrawal may be calculated by dividing the total expected yearly with-
drawal (in gallons per year) by 365. For example, the total expected yearly withdrawal is equal to 400,000,000
gallons per year.

The average daily withdrawal = 400.000,000= 109,589 per day.
365

Be sure the last digit falls into block number 56.



Item 20A. Pump Rating (blocks 57 through 59)

Print or type the horsepower rating of the pump motor (usually listed upon the manufacturer's information
plate) in blocks 57 through 59. If unknown, print or type "999" in the blocks. If the well flows naturally
and there is no pump installed, print or type "888" in the blocks. Be sure the last digit falls into block
number 59.



Item 21A. Signature and Notary Seal

Sign your name in the presence of a Notary Public. Have the Notary Public fill in the blanks, sign and seal
the form.




























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INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAGE 2B

Item 15B. Diversion Point Location (blocks 14 through 26)

a. Coordinates (blocks 14 through 25)

Print or type the latitude/longitude coordinates of the diversion point as determined by the method
described in Appendix 1 ("Latitude/Longitude Coordinate Determination").

EXAMPLE: VERSION POIMr LoCATIO

218 1 0 lo IS le lzl3 710131 b 11'
14 3 4e B 4
3 l8131olo l.s Il21l ol7 l [

b. Sequential Code (block 26)

If two or more diversion points located by the method described in Item 158 (previous page) have
the same latitude/longitude coordinates, print or type a "1" in block 28 for the first diversion point
listed, a "2" in block 26 for the second diversion point listed and so on until all of the diversion points
which have the same latitude/longitude coordinates have been sequentially coded.
MA DIVERSION POINT WCATON
EXAMPLE:
1217 10ol lo0 l 8 1211 ISloli [
14 no TI

1 .o 121-lo I5 I I ll

If there are more than 15 diversion points please request a page 2B amendment from the district

Item 16B. Boundary Location (blocks 27 through 38)

Print or type the latitude/longitude coordinates of the point on your property boundary which lies closest
to the corresponding diversion point. Figure 2-3 shows an example of the property boundary requirement.


Item 17B. Source of Water (blocks 39 through 51)

Print or type the first 10 letters of the name of the water body from which the water is to be withdrawn.
If the bodyis a lake, print or type an "L" in block number 50; if the water body is a stream or other water-
course, print or type an "R" in block number 50. If the source is a canal or ditch connected to a lake or
stream, print or type a "C" in block number 51.

Item 18B. Intake or Drop Pipe Size (blocks 52 through 54)

Print or type the intake or drop pipe size at the pump in inches in the blocks provided corresponding to
that diversion point. Be sure the last digit falls in block number 54.


Item 19B. Maximum Daily Withdrawal (blocks 55 through 62)

Print or type the maximum expected withdrawal for a single day in gallons from the corresponding
diversion point in blocks provided. Be sure to enter the information so that the last digit falls into block
number 62.


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Item 208. Average Daily Withdrawal (blocks 63 through 70)

Print or type the estimated average daily withdrawal in gallons per day from the corresponding diversion
point in the blocks provided. Be sure that the last digit falls into block number 70.



Item 218. Pump Rating (blocks 71 through 73)

Print or type the horsepower rating of the pump'motor (usually listed upon the manufacturer's information
plate) in the blocks provided. If unknown print or type "999" in the blocks. Be sure the last digit falls into
block number 73.



Item 22B. Signature and Notary Seal

Sign your name in the presence of a Notary Public. Have the Notary Public fill ih the blanks, sign and seal
the form.


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TABLE 2-1

TWO-LETTER STATE ABBREVIATIONS


ALASKA ....................... ........................ AK
ALABAMA .............. .......... AL
ARIZONA ................................................ AZ

ARKANSAS ....................................... AR
CALIFORNIA ........................................ CA
COLORADO ................................... CO

CONNECTICUT .............................. CT
DELAWARE ............................................. DE
DISTRfCT OF COLUMBIA .............. DC

FLORIDA .................................. FL
GEORGIA ...................................... GA
HAWAII .................................................... HI

IDAHO ................. ....... ID
ILLINOIS ............................................ IL
INDIANA ............................................. IN

IOWA ....... ................................... IA
KANSAS ................................................... KS
KENTUCKY .................................... KY

LOUISIANA ............................... .... LA
MAINE ................................................... ME
MARYLAND ............................. MD

MASSACHUSETTS .................................. MA
MICHIGAN .......................................... MI
MINNESOTA .. ......................................... MN

MISSISSIPPI ......................................... MS
MISSOURI .................................................. MO
MONTANA ............................... ........ MT

NEBRASKA .............................................. NB
NEVADA ................................................... NV
NEW HAMPSHIRE ..................................... NH

NEW JERSEY .......................................... NJ
NEW MEXICO ........................................... NM
NEW YORK ....................................... NY

NORTH CAROLINA ............................... NC
NORTH DAKOTA.................................. ND
OHIO ................................... ............ OH


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OKLAHOMA ....................................... OK
OREGON .......................................... OR
PENNSYLVANIA ................................ PA

RHODE ISLAND .......................... .... RI
SOUTH CAROLINA ............................ SC
SOUTH DAKOTA ............................... SD

TENNESSEE .............................. ......... TN
TEXAS ........................ .............. TX
UTAH ....................... ........... UT

VERMONT .......................................... VT
VIRGINIA ........................................ VA
WASHINGTON .........................;.......... WA

WESTVIRGINIA .................................. WV
WISCONSIN ....................... ........... WI
WYV OMING ................................... WY


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TABLE 2-2


Use Codes


I Domestic

Emergency Service

II Agricultural



Vegetation or
Crop Type

Avocado

Cemetery

Citrus (except lemons & limes)

Corn

Deciduous Fruits

Flowering Crops Field

Flowering Crops Potted

Foliage (cut & Caladiums)
Field
Potted

Frost Protection

Golf Course

Grapefruit

Lawns (greater than 5 acres)

Lemons

Limes

Mango

Melons
One crop per year
Two crops per year

Nectarine

Orange

Ornamentals (Woody)
Field
Containers


Irrigation Method

Sprinkle
Night

102

112

122

132

142

152

162


152
162

100

112

122

112

102

102

102


172
182

142

122


152
162


SDitch
(Flood)

103

113

123

133

143

153

163


153
163

100

113

123

113

103

103

103


173
183

143

123


153
163


Drip
(Covered)

104

114

124

134

144

154

164


154
164

100

114

124

114.

104

104

104


174
184

144

124


154
164


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Sprinkle Ditch Drip
Day Night (Flood) (Covered)

Pasture 191 192 193 194

Peaches 141 142 143 144

Peanuts 201 202 203 204

Playgrounds 111 112 113 114

Potatoes 211 212 213 214

Soybeans 111 112 113 114

Strawberries
One crop per year 171 172 173 174
Two crops per year 181 182 183 184

Subtropical Fruits 101 102 103, 104

Sugar Cane 221 222 223 224

Tangerines 121 122 123 124

Tobacco 231 232 233 234

Turf (sod) 111 112 113 114

Vegetables
One crop per year 171 172 173 174
Two crops per year 181 182 183 184

Watermelons
One crop per year 171 172 173 174
Two crops per year 181 182 183 184



III Industrial
Code

Phosphate Mining 400
Phosphate Processing/Refining 401
Limerock Mining 405
Limerock Processing/Refining 406
Sand & Gravel Mining 500
Sand & Gravel Processing/Refining 501
Perishible Food Processing 505
Power Companies (make-up water) 506





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TABLE 2-3

AQUIFER

i This table is set up so that the well depth and the earth material from which the water is withdrawn is
coded into a two-digit code. For example, if a well is between 251 and 500 feet deep and the water is
S withdrawn from Limestone the code would be "33".

SWellDepth/Earth Material Code

unknown/unknown 99
unknown/sand 01
unknown/gravel 01
unknown/limestone 03
S- 100'/unknown 10
101' 250unknown 20
251'- 500'lunknown 30
501' 1,000'/unknown 40
greater than 1,0001/unknown 50
100'/sand 11
101'- 250'/sand 21
251' 500'sand 31
501'- 1,000'Isand 41
greater than 1,000'sand 51
0' -100'/gravel 12
101' 250'/gravel 22
251' 500'gravel 32
S500'- 1,000'/gravel 42
greater than 1,000'/gravel 52
0'- 100'/limestone 13
101' 250'/limestone 23
251' -500'/limestone 33
501'- 1,000'/limestone 43
greater than 1,000'/limestone 53


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FIGURE 2-3


Closestpoint on
Property Line


Property Line


Diversion Point


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Closest point on
Property Line


The property boundary point is located by finding the point on the property line which is
closest to the diversion point. Use this property boundary point for the information requested
in Item 16 (A and B).


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INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPERLY COMPLETING THE AFFIDAVIT FORM

Enclosed in the Application Packet is an affidavit form. In each block of the form, print or type the names
and addresses of the property owners according to Tables 3-1 or 3-2. If the water requested is to be with-
drawn from a well, the requirements are found on Table 3-1. If the water is to be withdrawn from a body of
surface water, the requirements are found on Table 3-2.

The failure to list all property owners and their correct addresses may result in the delay in the processing
of your permit application.

Sign your name in the presence of a notary public. Have the notary public fill in the blanks sign and seal the
form.

If the application is for an existing use as defined in Item 6, the requirement of an affidavit may be
waived upon special permission of the Governing Board. Applicants must send a letter of request foe
waiver to the:
Executive Director
Southwest Florida Water Management District
P. O. Box 457
SBrooksville, Florida 33512

A copy of the letter of waiver must be included with the application in place of the affidavit.


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TABLE 3-1


Distance Distance from
Withdrawal amounts from well property boundary

1. If the withdrawal during any single day is
to exceed 1,000,000 gallons but not more thanrm
5,000,000 gallons

or

if the withdrawal is to exceed 100,000 gallons
average per day on an annual basis but not more
than 500,000 gallons average 660 feet 100 feet


2. If the withdrawal during any single day is
to exceed 5,000,000 gallons but not more than
10,000,000 gallons

or

if, the withdrawal is to exceed 500,000 gallons
average per day on an annual basis but not more
than 1,000,000 gallons average 1,320 feet 200 feet


3. If the withdrawal during any single day is
to exceed 10,000,000 gallons

or

if the withdrawal is to exceed 1,000,000
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1. If the withdrawal is from. a lake or other impoundment having an area of 80 acres or less; list all
property owners along the shoreline, within 660 feet in each direction from the property boundaries
described in Item 8 of the Application.

2. If the withdrawal is from a stream or other watercourse, and the withdrawal is for 5,000,000 gallons
or less for a single day (see Item 20B): list all property owners within 660 feet.upstream and within
1320 feet downstream from the property boundaries described in Item 8 of the Application.

3. If the withdrawal is from a stream or other watercourse and the withdrawal is for more than
5,000,000 gallons for a single day (see Item 20B);Jist all property owners within 1320 feet upstream
and 2640 feet downstream from the property boundaries as described in Item 8 of the Application.


















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INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUBMITTING THE PROPER FEE


For all applications for the consumptive use of water, there will be a $1p.00 application fee. Please
submit a check or money order payable to the,

Southwest Florida Water Management District

for the amount of $10.00. Any application received with an improper fee will be returned unprocessed.

































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AFFIDAVIT FORM
I swear that the names listed below are a true and correct list as required in the Rules and Regulations of the Southwest Florida Water
Management District 16.-2.06.


Signature of Applicant

Srn and Subscribed to before me on the
Signature cf Notary .


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BARTOW: W. A. Read, Jr., & Associates, 510 S. Central Avenue.
BONIFAY: Bonifay Abstract Co., 124 East Virginia Avenue.
AFILEARWATER BEACH: Clearwater Marine Sales, Marina Bldg., 55 Causeway Boulevard.
q OCOA: The Wilderness Shop, 1426 Lake Drive.
-DAYTONA BEACH: Mapco Tee., Inc., 200 Fentress Blvd.
FORT LAUDERDALE: Champion Maps, 4863 N. E. 12th Avenue.
Dolph Map Co., Inc., 430 North Federal Highway.
FT. MYERS: Gulf Maps, 3605 Hanson St.
SFORT PIERCE: Horton's, 122 North Second Street.
SGAINESVILLE: Campus Shop & Book Store, University of Florida.
.. Florida Book Store, Inc., 1614 West University Avenue.
SJACKSONVILLE: A. R. Cogswell Blue Print & Supply Company, 433 West Bay Street.
Jesse Brown's, 6720 Arlington Expressway.
Map Service, Inc., 8 South Newman Street.
The Nautical Supply Co., 213 East Bay Street.
Old Kings Road Treasure Inn, 6946 Old Kings Road South.
LAKELAND: Edwards-Panter Surveying & Engineering, Inc., 1520 Commercial Park Drive.
MIAMI: Hopkins-Carter Hardware Co., 3701 N. W., 21st Street.
Lyons Map Co., 312 Dade Commonwealth Bldg., 139 N.E. First Street.
T-Square Miami Blueprint Co., Inc., 635 S. W. First Avenue.
NAPLES: Caple's Blueprinting, 636-9th Street North, Caple Arcade.
NEWPORT RICHEY: Atlas Blue Print, U. S. Hwy. 19 South.
ORANGE CITY: Mauney Engineering Inc., 1425 S. Volusia Avenue.
ORLANDO: Denmark Sporting Goods, Inc., 149 North Magnolia Street.
George Stuart, Inc., 133 East Robinson Street.
PANAMA CITY: Harby Marina, Inc., 1055 East Business Hwy. 98.
ST. PETERSBURG: St. Petersburg Map & Blue Print Co., 620 First Avenue, South.
SARASOTA: Ellie's Book & Stationery, 1350 Main Street.
/' STUART: Valentine's Bookshop, 329 East Ocean Boulevard.
TALLAHASSEE: Photogrammetric Engineers, 515 North Adams Street. *
.W IAMPA: Poston Marine Hardware & Supply Co., 1012 East Cass Street.
'-EBSTER: .Webster Farm Supply, North Highway 471.
WEST PALM BEACH: Hopkins Marine Hardware Co., 207 Sixth Street.
WINTER PARK: Florida Map Company, 975 South Orlando Avenue


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READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND FOLLOW' THE EXAMPLE BEFORE TRYING TO
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INTRODUCTION


y following these instructions, you may easily determine th correct loation of a point en yourtroperty in
terms of its latitude andlongitude coordinates. The latitude coordinate indicates how far north or south of the
S'equator the point is located. The longitude coordinate indicates how far east orwest of Geenwifch,~ aend the
point is located. The latitude and longitude coordinates are expressed in degrees minutes and seconds. There are
60 seconds in one minute and 60 minutes in one degree. -


60 seconds- 1 minute
W0 minutes 1 degree


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A point that has coordinates of 27 degrees 57 minutes 49 seconds north Iatitude and 82 degrees 31 minutes 26
seconds west longitude is written as follows:


27a5`P4I'NX8231 '25W


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On the consumptive use application form items 15 (A & B) and 16 (A & B), these coordinates would be written
S as ?75749823125.


S INSTRUCTIONS


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Enclosed with this appendix is a full scale U. S. Geological Survey 7% minute topographic quadrangle map.
Several examples are shown on this map. As you read the instructions-follqw along by referring to the itdcated
areas of the moap.

These instructions have been prepared in a step-by-step manner therefore, please follow and complete each step
before going on to the next one.

Step 1 By use of the U. S. Geological Survey quandrangle index map available at the vendor. Determine the 7%
minute topographic map for maps) whch will surftdidd il of your property as described in item 8 of the
Instruction booklet.

Step 2 Obtain a copy of the appropriate map (or maps) from the closest vendor. A list of vendors for the maps
is included in the packet. DO NOT PROCEED ANY FURTHER UNTIL YOU HAVE OBTAINED THE MAP(S)
AS REQUIREdflN STEP.

Step 3 U. S. Geological Survey quandrangle have latitude/longitude coordinates printed along the border of
the map as shown circled on the example. Write out in full the degrees, minutes and seconds of each reference co-
ordinate and label them by letter (ABC, etc.) as has been done in the example.

IT- IS VERY IMPORTANT TiHATf THE REFERENCE COORDINATES ARE FULLY WRITTEN OUT
CORRECTLY AND LABELED AS HAS BEEN DONE IN THE EXAMPLE

For example: on the south border of the example, map, the coordinate labeled "D" was printed as 82015'. For
ease of operation, this number is written Out in full as 82015'00". The coordinate labeled "C" was printed on the
map as 17'30", but this is written out in full as 82017'30". The coordinate labeled "B" was printed on the map
as 20, but this is written out in full as 82o20'00". Other examples are shown on the map.









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INSTRUCTIONS FOR LATITUDE/LONGITJD4I ORDINATE DETERMINATION -







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SStep 4 Draw the 4 lines connecting the 2 minute 30 second (2'30") markings along the sides of the map as is
shown in red on the example map. These lines hpve been indicated by !aleling them.as step 4 on the example. These
..lines have divideidthe map into 9 separate portions. For reference purposes, number these portions on your map
-. In the same manner as shown on the example map.- .

.Step 5 Accurately outline your property boundaries as.described in Item 8 of the Consumptive Use Booklet
One example is shown in each of the nine portions of the adjacent map.

SStep 6 Accurately mark your facility locations) within your property boundaries on the map. If you have more
t~an one facility within your propertyboundaries, be sure to nurier each one and list separately.


S Step 7- Obtain the scale from the application packet.


Step 8 -'Place the scale on the portion of the quandrangle map in which the facility is located.

Step 9 Align the scale so that the 0'0" mark is on the bottom U~i of the portion and the 2'3r0 mark is on the
top line of the portion. (The scale will not be petfetly vertical, but rather at a slight angle).


EXAMPLE:: See example in portion 3


Step 10 While maintaining this alignment, place th scale so that the same edge of the scale hits the point where
the facility is located. r -

EXAMPLE: See example irr portion 3 .

Step 1 ),- Mark down the scale reading at the facility location. The proper latitude reading for the example in
portion 3 is 1 minute 41 seconds or 1'41".

. Step 12 This scale reading must now be added to the proper reference coordinate which you labeled by letter
earlier on the border of the map. The proper reference coordinate for the latitude in the example; n Portion 3
labeled "G".

.TO DETERMINE THE PROPER REFERENCE COORDINATE WHICH YOU SHOULD ADD TO YOUR SCALE
READING PLEASE SEE TABLE .1 FOR LATITUDE

Proper addition is done by adding the seconds first, the minutes second, and the degrees last. The use of columns,
as shown below, is very helpful.


latitude of reference coordinate "G"
scale reading
latitude coordinate of facility in portion 3


Degrees
28


Minutes
05 .


0


Seconds
00
41


NOTE: If the sum of the scale reading and the reference coordinate is equal to or is greater than 60 in either the
minutes or seconds column, subtract 60 from that column and add 1 to the column to the left.

An example is shown below..


Degrees
28


bottom 2 minute 30 second line
scale reading
latitude coordinate


Minutes
58
#o


Seconds
00
A'


28 60 43


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As can be seen, the minutes column is equal to 60. To get theproper latitude, subtract 60 from the minutes and
add 1 to the degrees column. .

Degrees Minutes Seconds
S ta itude coordinate 28 60 43
subtract 60 from minutes 60
. : 28 00 43
add 1 to degrees.latitude coordinate 1 -.
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The longitude coordinate is determined in a similar manner.

In order to avoid the confusion of overlaying the scale again on portion 3, the longitude coordinate will be shown
In portion 4.

Step 13- Align the scale so that the 0'0" mark is on the right side line of the portion and the 230" mark is on
The left side of the portion. The scale will not be perfectly horizontal but rather at an angle.

.. EXAMPLE: See example in portion 4.

Step 14 While maintaining this alignment, place the scale so that the same edge of the scale hits the point where
Slhe facility Isiocated.

EXAMPLE: See example in portion 4.

Step 15- Mark down the scale reading at the facility location.

) EXAMPLE: The proper reading for the example in portion 4 is 19 seconds or 19".

Step 16 This scale reading must now be added to the proper reference coordinate which you labeled by letter
earlier on the border of the map. The proper reference coordinate for the longitude in the example in portion 4 is
labeled "B". Addition is accomplished in the same manner as previously shown in step 12.

TO DETERMINE THE COORDINATE WHICH YOU SHOULD ADD TO THE SCALE READING PLEASE SEE
TABLE 2.

Longitude of reference Degrees Minutes Seconds
coordinate "B" 82 20 00
scale reading 0 19
longitude coordinate of facility in portion 4 82 20 19




NOTE: Remember, if the minutes or seconds column exceeds or equals 60, subtract 60 from the column and add
1 to the column on the left.


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Step 17 Locate the point on your property line that is closest to this facility and repeat the procedure for
determining its latitude and longitude coordinates.

SStep,18 Repeat these procedures for each facility and its corresponding property boundary point which you
are applying to be permitted.


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TABLE 1

FOR THE ADDITION OF THE LATITUDE COORDINATE ONLY


If the facility is located in the
following portion:




2

3

4.
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Add the latitude scale reading to the
S- "number on the east border of your map
that has label:

G

G



F

F


E


E

E


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TABLE 2


FOR THE ADDITION OF THE LONGITUDE COORDINATE ONLY


If the facility
following portion


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located in the


Add the longitude scale reading to the
number on the south border of your
Smap that has this label:


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