Title: Memo: Inter-wellfield Study and Evaluation between Cypress Creek and Cross Bar Wellfields with Attachment
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Title: Memo: Inter-wellfield Study and Evaluation between Cypress Creek and Cross Bar Wellfields with Attachment
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Abstract: Memo: Inter-wellfield Study and Evaluation between Cypress Creek and Cross Bar Wellfields, To: Governing Board From: G W Kuhl, June 29, 1983
General Note: Box 10, Folder 23 ( SF Wellfield Interties - 1980-83 ), Item 4
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STHWEST FUR\OAWATERR MANAGEMENT DSTC
2379 BROAD STREET, BROOKSVILLE, FLORIDA 33512-9712I
S PHONE (904) 796-7211 SUNCOM 684-1011
BRUCE A. SAMSON, Chairman, Tampa WALTER H. HARKALA, Plant City
Wm. O. STUBBS, JR., Vice Chairman, Dade City MARY A. KUMPE, Sarasota
JIM KIMBROUGH, Secretary, Brooksville MICHAEL ZAGORAC, JR., Belleair
RONALD B. LAMBERT, Treasurer, Wauchula
DON CRANE, Assistant Secretary, St. Petersburg
ARCH UPOIKE, JR., Assistant Treasurer, Lake Wales GARY W. KUHL, Executive Director

June 29, 1983


MEMORANDUM

TO: GOVERNING BOARD

FROM: G. W1JKu1, Executive Director

RE: Inter-wellfield Study and Evaluation between Cypress Creek and Cross Bar
Wel fields

The staff continues their scheduled investigations in the area of concern. Addi-
tionally, the proposed program submitted by Butler and Edwards Associates on behalf
of Mr. Freeman Polk has been reviewed. That review resulted in the District Staff
determination that the proposed program would not necessarily be conclusive and
would have excessive costs in relation to the value gained. The respective positions
were outlined to the Governing Board at the May 3 Work Session and a compromise posi-
tion was suggested.

A proposed compromise was submitted by Butler and Edwards Associates after meeting
with District Staff.- This compromise is a drastically scaled-down program which
staff can substantially accept (a copy of this proposal is attached). Staff does
not propose that we stop the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority (WCRWSA)
monitoring of FK-6S and 0 (Item 2) nor that we drop thermal imagery and environmen-
tal transects in favor of water balance plots (Item 4). Staff's continuing evaluation
suggests that four, 60 foot core borings are needed to confirm the geometry of the con-
fining bed in the inter-wellfield region. We are proposing that these be included
in any supplementary program.

The costs of the supplemental program initially discussed by staff and estimated at
$60,000 for the first year have been revised as follows: (1) the incorporation of
two water balance plots will result in an additional firstyear cost of $8,000, (2)
four cores of the confining layers will cost approximately $5,000, (3) the total
first year costs of all these activities would be $83,000 and (4) the remaining two
years are anticipated to cost less than $72,000.

As a result of several recent Board Workshop discussions, a supplemental program has
been prepared primarily to allay the fears of landowners in the area. In addition the
program will test a new technique of determining variations in the effects on the
water table, and provide additional data to further verify current projected effects
of the wellfield withdrawals.

GWK/WBS:pz
Attachments: 1. Butler and Edwards Associates Proposal
2. Possible Funding Alternatives


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ATTACHMENT

Several funding disri ution are shown below in the event you should choose to implement
the supplemental Fdy'of the Cross Bar/Cypress Creek inter-wellfield area.

COST BREAKDOWN


Option 1: Areas studied (100%)


BASIN
Coastal Rivers
Hillsborough


PERCENTAGE
23%
77%


COST
$19,080
63,910

TOTAL $83,000


Areas studied (50%) and areas served (50%)


BASIN
Coastal Rivers
Hillsborough
Pinellas-Anclote


PERCENTAGE
11.5%
38.5%
50.0%"


Option 3: Areas studied


q(1) areas served (OW) and training in


new techniques (20%)


BASIN


Coastal Rivers
Hi 1 sborough --
Pinellas-Anclote
District


Option 4:


PERCENTAGE
9.2%
30.8%
40.0%
20.0%


TOTAL


Areas studied (80%)and training in new techniquesC2%L .-


BASIN
Coastal Rivers
Hillsborough
District


PERCENTAGE
18.4%
61.6%
20.0%


TOTAL $83,000

Option 5: Areas studied (30%) areas served (20%) and training in new techniques


BASIN
Coastal Rivers
Hillsborough
Pinellas-Anclote
District


PERCENTAGE
10.0%
20.0%
20.0%
50.0%


Option 2:


COST
$ 9,545
31,955
41,500
$83.000


TOTAL


COST


$ 7,636
25,564
33,200
16,600
$83,000


COST
$15,272
51,128
16,600


(50%)


COST
$ 8,300
16,600
16,600
41,500
$83,000


TOTAL




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