Title: Memo: General Response to Water Element of the State Comprehensive Plan
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Title: Memo: General Response to Water Element of the State Comprehensive Plan
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Abstract: Memo: General Response to Water Element of the State Comprehensive Plan, To: Donald Feaster From: Zeb Palmer, Dec 21, 1977
General Note: Box 10, Folder 21 ( SF Water Use Plan, State-Water Element - 1977-78 and 1985 ), Item 16
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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December 21, 1977

MEMORANDUM
TO: DONALD R. FEASTER, Executive Director
THROUGH: J. B. BUTLER, Director, Department of Planning and Regulation
FROM: ZEB PALMER, Director, Planning and Programming Division p
SUBJECT: General Response to Water Element of the State Comprehensive
Plan


We are in general agreement with the Plan except for the three (3) following
items:
1. Throughout the plan, qualifiers are placed in the policies, such as,
"as much as feasible" and "to the degree practical". While it is very diffi-
cult to define when or where these conditions may occur, we belie t
mana--nt distrfr* are the only agenceis with both tha- -eical
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or practical" we believe this responsibMty should be sated explicitly
in "the ex1.
2. In'the case of interbasin of water, we believe that if the
transfer of water is to occur ttaly within one (1) water management district,
then that district should make the decision in cooperation with local agencies.
If the transfer is to cross district boundaries, only then should an agency of
higher authority than the water management districts be involved in the decision.
3. While the new language on page 5 greatly clarifies the topic of
"return to predevoent conditions" numerous individual decisions will have
to Jbe wde in W-1S regard. Ajln. we suggest the water maqet districts
are the most appropriate agencies to make these decisions and thils shoul be
so Stated.- --
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