Title: Summary of Water Supply Source Alternatives
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Title: Summary of Water Supply Source Alternatives
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Summary of Water Supply Source Alternatives, 4/2/1986
General Note: Box 10, Folder 23 ( SF Wellfield Interties - 1980-83 ), Item 2
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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TABLE 1
SUMMARY OF WATER SUPPLY SOURCE ALTERNATIVES


Estimated
Maximum Water Supply
Supply Planning Areas Referencea
Water Supply Source (mqd) Served No.
A. Existing Supply Source Expansion


1. Starkey Well Field
2. Cross Bar Ranch Well Field
3. East Lake Road Well Field
4. South-Central Hillsborough
Regional Well Field
B. New Linear Supply Sources
1. Extending south of Cypress
Creek Well Field and north
of Morris Bridge Well Field
2. Along 60-inch main between
Cross Bar Ranch Well Field
and Cypress Creek Well Field
3, Extending west from 60-inch
main along S.R. 52
4. Extending north from Starkey
Well Field
5. Extending east from Cypress
Creek Well Field
6. Along 84-inch main southwest
from Cypress Creek Well Field

7. Extending east from Cross Bar
Ranch Well Field, and south
to Cypress Creek Well Field
8. Extending east from Morris
Bridge Well Field to proposed
regional source in Northeast
Hillsborough County
9. Extending south from east-west
linear supply source, near
Lake Thonotosassa


25.0
57.5
5.0
44.6


48.0


6.0-18.0

9.0-28.0

6.0-20.0

7.0-22.0

10.0-30.0


14.0-44.0



14.0-44.0


9.0-28.0 III, IV


I
I, II
I
IV


I, III


I, II


I, II


I, II


I, II



III, IV


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TABLE 1 (Continued)
SUMMARY OF WATER SUPPLY SOURCE ALTERNATIVES

k enlted
Maximum Water Supply
Supply Planning Areas Reference
Water SuDply Source .. (mgd) Served No.
C. New Well Fields and Reservoirs
1. Well field on Bexley Property 0.0-30.0 II 12
2. Regional well field in Northeast
Hillsborough (with potential
merger with South-Central
Hillsborough County) 30.0 III, IV 13
3. Off-stream reservoir in South-
Central HillsbOrough County area 0.0-20.0 IV
0. Interconnects
1. Interconnect between Morris
Bridge Pump Station and Lake
Park Pump Station (merging
water supply planning areas
II and III) II, III 4
2. Interconnect running south
from Starkey Well Field to
84-iach main (merging water
supply planning areas I and II) -I, II 1
3. Interconnect extending north
from Cosne-Odessa Well Field
to 84-Inch main (merging water
supply areas I and II) I, II 16
E. Other Sources
1. Refurbish and utilize certain
existing Northwest Hillsborough
County supply systems 0.0-8.0 II
2. Refurbish and utilize existing
Brandon Wells 6.0-10.0 IV
3. Hookers Point AWTP Water Reuse,
in conjunction with Tampa Bypass
Canal 20.0 III 17

aReference number on Figure 2.




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