Title: Summary Agenda/Finance and Administration Committee
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Title: Summary Agenda/Finance and Administration Committee
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Summary Agenda/Finance and Administration Committee, Sept 29, 1993
General Note: Box 10, Folder 14 ( SF-Water Use Caution Areas-SWFWMD - 1993-1994 ), Item 55
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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SUMMARY AGENDA

P Finance and Administration Committee
September 29, 1993


1. APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE
COMMITTEE MEETING OF AUGUST 25. 1993

BUDGETED ITEMS

-- 2. REQUEST TO ENCUMBER FUNDS TO REFINE THE POSITION OF THE SALT
WATER INTERFACE IN THE EASTERN TAMPA BAY WATER USE CAUTION
AREA

The Ambient Ground-Water Quality Monitoring Program (AGWQMP) is currently
investigating apparent anomalies in the original delineation of the salt water interface
within a critical area of the Eastern Tampa Bay Water Use Caution Area (ETBWUCA).

This investigation requires discrete water samples plus a full suite of geophysical logs
be obtained from a select group of privately owned wells to determine if this anomaly
is the result of faulty well construction, deteriorated well casing or a locally
heterogeneous aquifer system.

The District transferred $15,000 from the Reserves for Contingency in March 1993, to
be disbursed to property owners in exchange for their efforts to remove their
submerged pumps and thus allow staff access to the borehole for sampling and logging.
Furthermore, paying property owners for this service, indemnifies the District from any
liability associated with pump removal and reinstallation. A similar approach was
successfully employed by the District as part of the agricultural metering program.

Of the $15,000 earmarked for this project, $10,200 remains to be encumbered into
FY 94 for contracts with property owners associated with the remaining wells in the
ETBWUCA targeted for sampling and geophysical logging.

Staff Recommendation:

Encumber $10,200 for reimbursement to well owners for pump removal and installation
services.

Presenter: Gary R. Florence. Director. Resource Data Department

3. REQUEST FOR BIDS (BID) BID NO. 9244 RENEWAL OF THE QUALITY
OF WATER IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (OWIP) WELL PLUGGING
CONTRACT WITH AMERICAN DRILLING. INC.

Concurrent with the implementation of the proposed Quality of Water Improvement
Program (QWIP) Funding Assistance Initiative commencing October 1, 1993, staff
proposes to continue with the annual QWIP well plugging contract to efficiently plug
abandoned artesian wells located on District owned lands.




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