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Title: 2-11-82, 3-3-82
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: 2-11-82, 3-3-82
General Note: Box 10, Folder 23 ( SF Wellfield Interties - 1980-83 ), Item 12
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more than five feet beyond the wellfield property. Such withdrawals

,ill also continue to result in the water table under some lands

beyond the wellfield to be lowered more than three feet; and may

have and may again cause nearby lakes or impoundments to be lowered

more than one foot. However, these effects have existed for a

number of years and adverse results from these effects have been

substantially mitigated by PCWS. The drawdowns associated with

continued withdrawals in the quantities requested are not expected

to cause additional significant adverse effects upon the water

resources of the area.

7. It appears from the evidence, including hydrologic and

environmental, that groundwater withdrawals at the wellfield as

regulated by conditions contained in Consumptive Use Permit No.

27602673 during the term of such permit have not resulted in

adverse effects upon the area of such withdrawals. It further

appears from the evidence that adverse effects upon the area are

not anticipated during a renewal term of six years so long as

withdrawals are similarly conditioned.

8. It is essential to the public health, safety and

welfare that public supply systems be intertiedwith other public

supply systems so that potable water can be borrowed, loaned,

bought, sold or otherwise exchanged between systems in times of

shortages or other emergency. Proper planning and early design

can reduce or eliminate many practical, financial and technical

difficulties. Coordination between systems to ensure compatible

quality and pressure is essential.


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more than five feet beyond the wellfield property. Such withdrawals

will also continue to result in the water table under some lands

beyond the wellfield to be lowered more than three feet; and may

have and may again cause nearby lakes or impoundments to be lowered

more than one foot. However, these effects have existed for a

number of years and adverse results from these effects have been

substantially mitigated by PCWS. The drawdowns associated with

continued withdrawals in the quantities requested are not expected

to cause additional significant adverse effects upon the water

resources of the area.

7. It appears from the evidence, including hydrologic and

environmental, that groundwater withdrawals at the wellfield as

regulated by conditions contained in Consumptive Use Permit No.

27602673 during the term of such permit have not resulted in

adverse effects upon the area of such withdrawals. It further

appears from the evidence that adverse effects upon the area are

not anticipated during a renewal term of six years so long as

withdrawals are similarly conditioned.

8. It is essential to the public health, safety and

welfare that public supply systems be intertiedwith other public

supply systems so that potable water can be borrowed, loaned,

bought, sold or otherwise exchanged between systems in times of

shortages or other emergency. Proper planning and early design

can reduce or eliminate many practical, financial and technical

difficulties. Coordination between systems to ensure compatible

quality and pressure is essential.


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