Title: Pasco Takes Key Steps to Regional Water Rule
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Title: Pasco Takes Key Steps to Regional Water Rule
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Language: English
Publisher: St Petersburg Times
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Pasco Takes Key Steps to Regional Water Rule, 3/2/1977
General Note: Box 10, Folder 19 ( SF Water Wars - 1975-2000 ), Item 30
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ST. PETERSBURGFtIMES a WEDNESDAY. MARCH 2. 1977 53

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Pasco takes key steps

to regional water rule
Compied from Timh regioal new editions
NEW PORT RICHEY The Pasco County Commis-
sion tentatively agreed Tuesday to change the makeup of
the Cypress Creek Well Field Management Board, a stick-
ing point in the path of regional operation of the well field.
The commission also approved a contract transferring
Pasco's interest in the field to the West Coast Regionl Wa-
Ster Sun lv Authority which is trying Zo gain cornro of the
field m entra Pasco. Last Wednesday, Pasco representa- 1
tives had opposed the contract. In other action, the Pasco
Commission ratified St Petersburg and Pinellas County
agreements with the regional supply agency. Pinellas Coun-
- ty has opposed the plan mainly because of the makeup of
the well field management board and Pasco's insistence I
that the board operate the well field in the event that the f
regional concepts fail. Some of this opposition may be over- I
come by Pasco's willingness to modify the board member- 1
ship to consist of one vote each from Pasco, Pinellas and
Hillsborough counties and the cities of Tampa and St. Pe- r
tersburg. Present membership consists of two Pasco mem-
bers, one each from St. Petersburg and Pinellas and one at
large. The Pinellas County Commission may discuss the
latest proposals next week.




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