Title: Memo: Water Section of the State Comprehensive Plan
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Title: Memo: Water Section of the State Comprehensive Plan
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
Abstract: Memo: Water Section of the State Comprehensive Plan, Feb 13, 1978, To: Governing Board of the SW FL Water Management District, From: Estus Whitfield and Curry Hutchinson
General Note: Box 10, Folder 21 ( SF Water Use Plan, State-Water Element - 1977-78 and 1985 ), Item 13
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: WL00002511
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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Department of Aiministration
Division of State Planning
SmS Reubin O'D. Askew
660 Apalachee Parkway IBM Buildi vou
R G Whittle, Jr 32304 REF"' %ia)o J. n. -Jina Wnts.
(904) 488-11 OF
February 13, 1 7 FEB 16 1978
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TO: The Governing Board of the FEB i : e.
Southwest Florida Water Management District '

FROM: Estus Whitfield and Curry Hutchinson

SUBJECT: Water Section of the State Comprehensive Plan 0'ie, 0

Please find attached for your information copies of the Water Section
of the State Comprehensive Plan (SCP) and Governor Askew's letter trans-
mitting the SCP to the Florida Legislature. We are sending you this copy
in preparation for the Division of State Planning staff's presentation at
the Southwest Florida Water Management District's February 28, 1978, Govern-
ing Board meeting. In addition, you will soon receive a copy of the complete
State Comprehensive Plan.

The Water Management District Boards and staffs contributed in many
important ways to this final Water Section, and we would like to express
our gratitude and appreciation for those important contributions. The
technical expertise of the District's staff provided a basic and invalua-
ble resource which allowed the evolution of a very technically sound
document. Input from the District helped to assure that the administrative
and legal ramifications would be a practical balance of the needs of human
and natural systems.
In conjunction with the inputs from other Federal and state agencies
and experts from the private sector, the work contributed by the Water
Management Districts was essential to the creation of a balanced and prac-
tical approach which will provide the policy basis for water management
in the immediate future.


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