Title: Quarterly Meeting between The Dept of Environmental Regulation and Water Management District
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Title: Quarterly Meeting between The Dept of Environmental Regulation and Water Management District
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Quarterly Meeting between The Dept of Environmental Regulation and Water Management District, June 29 and 30, 1977
General Note: Box 10, Folder 25 ( SF WMD Quarterly Meetings VOL II - 1977 ), Item 1
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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DEPARTMENT. QF EWIRO&MENTAL REGULATION
WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
QUARTERLY MEETING


JUNE 29/30, 1977
WEST. PALM BEACH


JUNE 29

8:30 a.m.


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1:00 p.m.


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Opening Remarks Joseph W. Landers, ~r.
John R. Maloy

1977 Legislation Joseph W. Landers, Jr.

Discussion of DER/WMD Overlap
S:" .,A,: Water Well .Proram
1. DER Recommendations
rR i ..sy^D. Preseptation,
B. Artificial Recharge
. ,: M' .: Surface. Water Management:

LUNCH

S DER, Water QpaLity Responsibilities -
Dr. Tim Stuart

Discussion of Future Water Management

Water Management District Budget
Submission Chuck Ltttlejohn


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Water Element of the State Comprehensive
-Plan r Estu's'Whitfield :::t ,::' .l. v:. ,

.Deep Well Injection -'-jJames Pool and.,
Troy Mullis


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Agenda . .

Coptents .. . .

Legislation

3B 1454 Financial Disolosure . .

SB 1138 Performance Audits . .

SB 936 4Ciliaame River Restoration .

SB 589 State'Compehensive Plan .

SB 1-03 St.,Johns River Water Management
District . . .

SB 63 Suwannee River Water Management
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DER/WMD Overlap

Water Well Progra . .

Artifioci& Recharge .. .

Surface Water Management .

Department of Environmental Regulation
Quality Responsibilities .

Water Management Discussion Questions
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Budget Information 4i-.. . .

Water ee -lan. Status Report .. .

Deep Well Injection Status Report .


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Stits part a c i itof th frbreld C6aal&ie"ca Enthis.
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Is fatntumm $filSut'bf d iuMwtHtik bh uthe Senate, such
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n any MeMnrsf an -uiterf'la a me rsintiaai byft with
* la5b-planiqg, toting, ot natural rcn6urcds respesibilities
n shall not btiinsfdet e a i dvisol'idy. .
3. Any person holding one or moe of the following
23 politiosi, by viatever title, tncleding Mny' pro anpointed
a to act directly in ~h caphdlybtbdc~ ft ld4 mny asitaent

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administrator, wit.poe g to grant or deny a land development
Spermit chief of police; fired clef; city or. town.clerks
District school sairintendent; comunlty college presidents
or a porchasiag agent having the au rity to pake any
Purchase exceeding $100 for any political subdluisz n Cf the
state o any entity thereof.
S(6 SIb l foled eaploye" means.
1. Public counsel created by chapter 3C0 r. assistant
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State employee wh serves as coune .or. Wa 4it0It coual. to


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U chployed t0 aclerical, p.efrgn o IDOrpelo
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U deputy secretary, executl~e ditqtor, apgiptant, exeetivee
i director, or deputy executive difector,qr eqch,;ae -a ,
department, co=-llilion b?9 .bQa PjpoRpPlll unless. otherwise
* provided, the division director, ;eigtent divilionm iseetor,
n depUty director, bureau chiefA r aqatant ugmeq -*h1q .of
l any state departr.nt or 'diviloaot. raype .soq aeag Wth
power orally tonferred upon aqqh jirqnj ,y t4taver title.
P 4. The sape lntql(tenl or institute 4ir sqoc e oa a
Sm*ntal health intltate established (qr .trairnnng ,es*arch r
t in the natei health 'tiea the superintn4ege' ar war no et
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any major tirto SiltutIbn 6r fCdillty established ito i
9 training, treatmafe or rehabilitaitein: at ar pbtaoa hiavlng
3 the power aiftlly totIferred on esch persr.s, by vhativer
tl t tlht O bo m l.
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S 2 Ef9unting irectpr. personnel .ofCce, otr grants coordinator
'. W +R epq 7, Ora,. y pOesoP bavpg, the papt sualy.
4 conferred upon such pf fostp by hclbteye title.
s 6 .,y.J Suditopt ene ;+, e Sgpet. .ta-S. r t::abe
plp. fF.ta ;-rei~ pt the Senate; the Sergoant-at-Arms of thq
SHouse ogf i pfei ptatigp p41i-90 0S 4t4 SmH e of
SR prqin ntativeli the Executive DiOector of the Joint
p Bgslaltive NlpaWauetzes (4 nhCf tFk Decter. St Cautnwy
S i ri tthe stl director O any committee of tf :
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S- ;:+f?;.' l jCylU aLtr'spJep.ho, As e.aiton to hip
SrgY4uX d t pecc pts gpapeasaton ptipW in the .ggregate
eH jc+4da $250 for p9oultAti Pna with eter ta- agencies os
w itl other government o-i..aj ines*i tiq ., .

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ig inn thtiyjat j. iu4 ay person elpacted. tip ,tMUt4p
lS"t"S Satknt esBomp lRprqpapj %a;ny ca> dste* for.
Scu4cA o et0 anI-.y aieomp ,* A app Odted.t to fLU1 vacancy,
lta a. U xppT4 taer a is ch Me lel ,v sWcag .. .- .: !q
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n a authority. arc eoJacL, Avi ptatL Vi4 ju~isdiLLctn S4Pludin
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3S .3. 4 a r af the marud oa IReents h* ChPcellot *a
Sh, State Uis"Catty Sptta, ye Viqe Ceancellor of the tat.
.. .iveity Vtepts; n t university.
S (d,) Cd, eb tte or local off icer, each spectifed
a employee *qI amy other pt stq rMquired by this act shbll file
*a t n Feent of limited financial dli e uc., SlucB pe~gc
3a shall tile his statement o limited financial disclosure no
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oeaoPt .P PpaFt of the ros income af a buIasin entity
is lt1c ,tha repoctiag wrson r .14 a m"Fias L.kwer and
troS which he selum a" a agt ubA4ch a*sA 4 ece W f 14.
prcect 4 a40yosa 4inoan 4uiLn. the l4clAs*en arioed and
vwbchje 61 i.SOQ. TMhe wrc Eqsr nsing t.h roms
lare q" t" f buselen nMi.y Ap the itaqcw um- of *hA
bilmaess uui4 Spich anded pM. w .a04aeJ& W1qw is. tMe
m$ of the 41 sqiw peO of thepes .Jnos l tgim.
3. TO* Ioc4ms. yc scu4atUm *of csal psoprrty in
this ate. qut .4pqs Aqpeqe s a" WeA kM h neesiowed
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St ( Io odler to qualify as a candidAte, a person
meeklhg nomlthtteO or election to any elected office covered
by either the. Mll e limited ftnania disclosure provisions
t this par shall file such disclosure vith the appropriate
perse 4t office st the same tim flles his other
quelltying popwd. Pkorns seeking to be appointed to Or
emolbyed If wany po itton covered by either the ful or limited
f inncial dtscloeure prolvioens o this act' shall tile such
d'itlobsure With the appropriitt pernoior o fice at the time
M Nk person htoll .Me application or request for Such
appntaeme or emflby6ent.
b) it peahon 'required to file I itihe full or limited
fAmmsciL siaiosure who hlt flt4Isrue disclosce for Say
celepaSr r fismal year shall not be required to file second
t t9omrw as th wa e year ao, ny par theoere f
setwikbst ding ay requirement of thi. act :
tsi4d.. (l e roorida Comtission on Ethics shall send by
wail a pp of the Ifaas required foC full financial
di4slBsure to each prton required to file such disclosure.
TrI SeCset ry at Castr haA ty m ll, iend a copy of the
toes sgovired tor' Ul.t l financial diclosore to eakh person
geAre4 0 ftile spah disolosuce ow provided y t'.
112.l3145() MateU ulewEtw or specied employee and the
agency !all. seoB sl py o ten .required tirks to' icfal
offices,. If.tae psitn insit d is elective position.
te ferap shall-bI matled so letet than i -dl 8 puior t6 the
Eil"ip eLeatem. howeverr, the riquit ewntI of this paragraph
shall apt ngaiy a nadates or 4 t.he firt filin' required.
(4) sde person covered by this part and requited to.
file eit a Cfall or limited financial disclosure ball also
ftl a lit of all persons, busiises entities, oc other


organizations, and the address and a description of the
principal business activity of each, from whom he received a
gift or gifts from one source, the total of which exceeds $100
in value during the disclosure period. The person reporting
shall list such benefactors in descending order of value with
the largest listed first. Gifts received from a parent,
grandparent, sibling child, or spouse of the person reporting
or from a spouse of any of the foregoing gifts received by
bequest or devised gifts disclosed pursuant to e. 111.011; or
campaign contributions which were reported as required by law
need not be listed. For the purposes of this paragraph, a
debt on which a preferential rate of interest substantially
below the rate charged under the then customary and usual
circumstances is charged shall be deemed a gift of an amount
equal to the amount represented by the difference between the
preferential and customary rate charged on the debt. All
disclosure of gifts shall be filed with the person also
receiving the statements of limited financial disclosure and
shall be public records within the meaning of s. 119.01.
Section 3. Section 112.3146, Florida Statutes, is
amended to reads
112.3146 Public records.--Te statements required by
es. 112.313, 112.3141, and 112.3145L. shall be public records
within the meaning of a, 11 01.
Section 4. Section rI2.3147, Florida Statutes, L536.
Supplement,' is amended to reads
112.3147 Foras.--
(1). All.information required to be furnished by as.
112.313, 112.3141, and 112.3145jJ114j shall be on fors
prescrbed by the Commission on Ethics.


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A bill to be entitled
An act relating to management of water

resources eaendrng e. 373.507, Florida

't Mtuts, 147 Supplement providing for

perrr ftanc eudi o i chk -aA t manage mnt

W6 lc t.et, birsli, asnd taing authority subject




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ar,, tle 1.4 sect.ae 373.7, "lor.da Sta tues, 1976


:;" d 7M -bleltt tsl, at sts~i h g ft h 7ani*torlbsd t .s

b"git-MIA en e* rpofrtrs soait.-ead 4dtitlot aWnd bain .

rfecrdWll t-id b etiori"N-.'4, ILaws 6 Pb1 Mr W.Bda ;l urnish

detailed mp of .-It budgwt'and peat year'a expenditures to

tir deuOerac; b Adlftittb~.- and tie e'er ning iodylOf each

county in whoih the distrit or bsian bas jurisdiction or

e.riv 'an~yf tInds fWt1i operations of the dfattift or basin.

(ach lRtch i. Matel 'ua ilftg autbbrity ball U&k

eoviselto. )**w*sbit&v an1bnual 6st asditt e-i-per4mne


etch d4stritn L b inr. anb k~itM authority shell sse

grovisotn pr .a pendem t eforuemnce sea~if its

financial accounts mOd actflites In order that a complete

performance audjt 1Ql be conducted Etr each 3-vye period.

The year in which thee performance audits are conduteed harll


accordance with the rules of the Auditor General proiulgated

pursuant to as. 166.241 and 11.47.

Section 2. This act *hall take effect. July 1. 1977.


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2' Pact relating t4Vwater teioorrc, creating a.
37M.197. harda-Statratesi relting to lhe
xselW, BLtwi U' V6i.' d allot Ck-Wubbin
S 1- i'a g h b asitt raki ~m p t4ind ti e s i h o w i u i n y
tl~ll ~piinaa 'ii~Oiri~t~f ~r~falq a uii lori minian
6 11 apicitiod W dgi~aee kokf.tyl aif ag'a rlit~ion i

1Gi 92Aire of Vhetiv@4Me.d

Be. i t MactoO by tthe t'i e~ai ur of ahe Stateef llotia ;


517 T ftU ". *Weins J. Mi.,11, rtorlid Siatutiis,* IV'
Isl ei~tlea tU' veloW e
32 371 v49W-1 bh1ihbbb4 'RL Var Vlley andlTiy lor' reek-A bin
is e0Jdi4Ahbadf r**tiraA;&un jo~irti" apefEying measures


1)L The Legislature htabby direota the Florida
L i c o a 'Usb= k pA .1 t
I"-dr.snt`Ort'*wIre"aAtI 1i-itittas~k mrtd IA *
is t" South flnida water imnsgeoiat OiSonkloet,. fA t*


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23: amqrced 4uww 13. 1902, hes diricteil to review tha report of
21.' t-w !Chleta a f 1:ir:;n'i-rc on Cuntral and Southr~tn Florida
2: 7.Zlished as. lIoriP Document n:wkored 6a3. Eighttioth Conqress,
21 .r.d other portanent reports, with a view to determining
29. whothr any modification of the roeommendaft6l1,ibVintainod
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'Iof water'~entering the'Xissimnraet River and Taylor Cr*6k-Xubb4,ft
Slough and take Oketchobee therefrds, -flood coatrol,,
recreation,, navigati~on, loss-of fish and wildlife resources,
4 other current ad forseenbbft *nvixoiua nta3 problices ahA 16"r
5of environmental amenities in those areas. Potential
a modification alternatives, if' any. shall inlude, but not lie
limitedd to, consideration of restorationt of all or- parts of-
W -the Xissimmee live below Lak* Xliaiwase ad of the Taylor
,0Crook-Hubbin Slough Basin.
(3) Theh Deprtment and the tstor Hanagament oitrict
it shall &I" ~task toassue that this restudy bo-conducted by
14the Corp of EngineersB in close Ojbopieraton with the
11:oordinating Council an the astoration of the Issimmate River
U alley and the Taylor Creok-Iubbin Slough Basin. that the

is istady be responsive to the problem and neeft Ldentifice by
Idbt 0"dinatig Council ad consider deVIVIOPIMMAL f ddtui'.G
end matheatical modelsr to assess ad predict th-es
fldproblems.
'*wttlen. 2. Thom in bareby appropriated $400,100 from-
29,tba Yb~e ~ d toL the seooas Trust rund for tlo
21 itsaatQWjttM of We imiUWW Rivr WIMW an M a ler-*I.%ok

32paba SkOWP`Waiftlft rM 04imla"O .dftbq fiscal year 1977-
73 Im.. IR --~~hi&t~' fkhFn.".. c. .

24' fI -.WA~OM d dstea9elF~Cx*lNkAAf4IM & 60aijtz~ o'a project,

75 As LOoOIIftmdQ( by the C6Prdic~ttnIg,paiiqc J *qCLoe MeLrayk"_,
M/ of sai mmeean R.Lver Valley and Tay~lor Crowle--Nubbin Sl%..uch
27 Bas~in in its First Annual 56iort to the Florida Legisra%4W*:
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An act ralttalg to planning and management
S amndeIg A. 23.013(11. Florida Statitoea

,. irequiring logislatve approval of te State
co9mpre eanve pltn providing that plans, or
S portipnsr o pans submitted to the 1977

S;! Legislpture ball not become state policy until
S tbc glole of tJ. 1978 regular session p~ t
Legislature providing idinga relating to the
.,.cqtal.zonoe mapgqpent plan transferring the
S iBurtaau Xo Coastal sone Plapning of the Division
ofLesaurce qiapageqept of the Department of
Natural Rsources o o the Department of
aCvirepental egplationi *-revditn guidelines
,qr.o the preparation pf the state coastal sone

m anagement ptns requiring submission of the
R ;4Jn t the Legislature no later than 30 days

..riier to ,.tk.17P;.pon( mend19 ng a, d a.
370.93.(3) g), flor|LdqSt tac, to delete,
..coastal xone management authority from the
S Divisin e *.Sesorce ..apgcenC ; repealing a.
*... 10.35(7), Florida Statutes, wvhch proyvdeLe

thpe tcens .of, i taio ,,a1 eJop ma'agernent
S iacti@rma-lreving an ,etectt4e 4ate,


58 It enacted btreU Legislature of the State of Florida


Sect-ion 1. subsection (1) of section 23.013, Florida
Statutes, ta amecded -to read:
23.013 Adoption of state comprehensive plan.--

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(1) The proposed state comprehensive plan or parts or
Srevisions thereof shall be transmitted to the Goverpor lot his
3 consideration and action. The plan or parts or revisions :
t hereof, when approved-by the Governor, shall be transmitted
S to the secretary of the Senate and the clerk of the House of
6 Representatives no later than 90 days prior to the beginning
Sof any legislative session for presentation to the next
Irregular session of the Legislature for its approval by
9 leglative act. Copies shall also be transmitted to each
0 state department, regional planning agency, county,
t unicm pality, and federal agency affected by or having an
I interest in the plan.
I Section 2. Any elements, parts, or other portions of
I the proposed state comprehensive plan submitted to the 1977
regular session of the Legislature shall not become tff6Ctive
Sas state policy until after the close of the 1978 regular
session of the Legli-,ture,
li Section 3. The Legislature finds that the coastal tone
is #ric in variety of natural, commercial, recreational,
iplog cal, industrial, and esthetic resources of immediat0l-
in potqa l value to the present and future well-being of
tbleogidents of this staae which will be irretrievably lost
or damaged jCnot properly managed. Participation by Florida

itt~ns will be an important factor in developing a plan for
n- iernt o the goa.tal zone, and management of the state's.
coastal zone will require a .highly coordinated effort aong--. .
state, regional, and local officials and agencies.
Section 4. Those powers, duties, personnel, and
functions of .the Bureau of Coastal Zone Planning of the
Division of Resource Hanagement of the Departscnt of Natural
Resources, formerly under the Florida Coastat Coordinating


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I repatLonal pad vldters areas4 ed-hab -dveteLp-ptse-si

I .ne-uayJ*-the-peweeg-s-ed-eepe-ald-eee-uanae995e @l ty 4 bIdn
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CounicLt anddonriwd n s. 37.0211(i)(a)-Fg), Florida
Statute are heapbly.tlanserred by a type tour tranafoc, as

defined-ln... 20.0C(41, Florida Staputes, to the pparteent of
E vwope eal Roqulat n as ..#ecribed I 20,261, Florida
5tatutefw:. ,,

-4SCRAO Sl T:hq proposed tate pastel sone
mu*MrqkDpn- 4V*, 7rt*Pd4 implementIng egislltion shall be
suritted by ty Sect qecy of Canvrormenttl t egultion to the
Ipeater e:* t r oa o 9 (t RtI!f ,a d the r4*fesident Of
lthe iqate n loet the 30 d rS pr or og the y gencement of
the 2s4 cqrlar alssta of te eislature for its approval


S 34,. _-19 lf. *e* fll BsMe sna.qsent plan shall be a

pMe.c -p sstop oe. re eWIl t yl and shall contabnl a
besdarjm.4 WAIs jg.~aS rmsv, p oeesaaty o comply
with t& S4IePtRI e t ASta1 C.~4e _eaj ao cement
as*& e(ptO 467&49 A cit 14,, .lt#.lft tally
4saebeg j. s .~ -4 e % wffilg A: e,' ,qpq ** oe .
iuplamtwlln p4ju 44 44'-drt a3the appal of any
maoelagy L hft,@ipqS*4%qeP prvUtIed for by elattng

IeA. ectL #3 .pwyasr# .il cablet. L
4g4 tsjP ah (gS o fubMaCti. (3) of setif
3M.02. l3 l4ti,(aM s,4 lip apeIqd to reads
370.023 eparkeowt of Natural casources.-
(3) DIVISION OF (RESOURCE IHUAGAEHNT l POM RS AND

DUWIES.--
(g) The lDvision of Resoerce Hamage mnt' hll perfeor

11 powers. : tles, &*d fmnetima of the (twfDi DivisLon of
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ee*te-ne-maeHemeat the d4lsioea shall als carry o*t
the renLu bilitteM weepnes4b6i 4tnee of boundary
deternmistion ptsruan to chapter 25 .
S eeleC n 7. SubsectIon (7) of action 20.23, Florlda
Statutes, as mMeded vt chapter 7-22L, Lawa of rc lIid ti
ereby repealed.
Setlem #. atl h act *blt take effect July l 't".


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a s. 33.053(i). Florida Statutes, 1976

rs pp geqnt.p providing for a basin within the

St. Johns .lvlr Water i tNahaemnt District
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pro'vidlng a governing board therefore providing
S an effective date.

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i 47J.OW93 siLas baslt boards.-
t s I j 1 eE'i dfijiAbeN 31 9le j7, the are betag
itra fe* ted Cgre the southwest Florida Water Managemnt

mitrict etp a eit: #dks aifi-M ba&Jnm4i* nc itnittt b

change lo o" b6tdialt&a 'r i1 t11 chaprt f-f43,' ual ve N
rlOids. .sl4 bhe ford lateo subdistrlct or basI to the

t.!. 6bbi RiNtirer'thC la.M mrgi-iiDrikti 'Y e bhatoninll

'e designated as the Oklavaha River asin. The Immber of the

governing bird of ti. cikniwitb lver Basatn ift tis tkbhwest
'rloctda tit Rini grnt Dtitrlt-h'ali bodb ti members of

fher ove'fil*cIgte f rtf !rilt f ormedar 0tM n. ts Mrerning
4oard of1ib if. OAFVi Mweb-: Mitef hanflement MWtflet May

'Ichange tbieSouSefldiA 4AMt Lhy i a bdiu n the waats. .

s 'eefni n.A.reSMF; 21 at smmt'na .,-ait. Johns

:tiver Mter IRamt emee la i L. teA, t estos areas in the
Ofk wiha. at t1l be fo.red into a subdistrict or bagln of

thr St. *a3M LMr Mpter Hanagement District. Such area
shalt be l imted as the Greater St. Johns River Basin.

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Si.r One amber shall reside in tch area generally.

2 designated as the "Santa Pe Basin-faccasassa River and coastal

3 area between Withlcoochcc and Swannee River" hydroldgic

4 units. .
f .e Four sembcrs shall be appointed at large provide

6 that so county shall have more than two embers on the

7 governing board.

S 3. St. Johns River water Management Districts

S a. One mapber shall reside in the area generally

I". -.-sigaatod aS thie !.,. -ary River Basin-Coasial azua between

n St..farys muu St. Johns Rivers" bydrologic units.

a b. One mlo er shall reside in the area generally
Designated as the 'St. Johns River Basin below Oklawaha Rives

SCoastal area between the St. Johns River and Ponce de Leon

SInlet' hydrologic units.

e. One mdiber shall reside in the area generally

designated as the *Oklawaha River blasin hydrologic unit.
d. One labor shall reside in the area generally

designated as the "Bt. Johns River Basin above the Oklawaha

River" hydrologic unit.

e. OneI ember shall reside in the area generally

designated as the Coastal. area between Ponce do Leon Inlet

and Sebastian Inlet-Coastal area Sebastian Inlet to Luc*ie

River' hydrologic units.
'^- *FourUJaitb8I Sga t51ell fe.ssMuit ag t

that 'aI ~eiuaty:i d5adb ova core that two maObers on the

goftrotag 'toasfu bLrTuyac Ceonug ug IlnltRgpoBy i 1mA

4. South ftVrida water Management Districtr

a. 1wo members shall reside. in Dade County.

t. One iGacif r shall reside in Oroward County.

c. One mr *csr shall reside in Pain Pe.rwh Cromtv.
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2 Charlotto Counties.

3 O. One mcrbcr shall reside in Glades, Okecchobte,

4 Highlands, Polt, Qrange, or Oscoola Counties.

S Two newbers, appointed at large, shall reside in an

6 area consisting of St. Lucio, Martin, Panl Peach, Droward,

7 Dade, and tlonroc Couties..

I g' Q O M membiur, appointed at large, shall residc in ft

9 area consisLtng of Collier, Lee, Charlotte, HAndry~, lade4

10 Osccolaj Okeechobee, Polk, Highlands, and Orange Counties.
o o county shall have moro than three macrber -on the

12 governing board.
13 5. Southwest Florida Water tlaagemsnt District:

U a. aOn i mrbor shall reside in the river basin

IS generally deuignated- B the Withlacoochoe River.

16 ,b. -0e member shall reside in the area generally

17 oompriS*d ofthc Itillsborough, lafia, and Little lianatee

u River basis,.
9 c. One membot shall reside in the river basin

2 generally designated as the Peace River.
21 d. One mearber hall reside in the area generally

22 comprised of the Ilanatee and ttyakka River basins.

23 e. One norber shall reside in the watershed basins

24 lying north of the Anclotc River basin and vest of the

25 Oklawaha River basin, excluding the Withlacoocheo RiWer.

X f. One member sh'll restdoh the watershed basins

27 lying south of the northern limits of the Anclote River basin

X and west of the llllsborough River basin, including all-of

29 Pinellas County.
. *g. Three rmbcri shall bq appointed at large, except

St that ao county shall have more than two mwcbers on the
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WATER WELL REGULATION

I. Water Wll, Construction Permitting .

,,A. Existing Areas of OvQelap ..

The water management districts have been delegated the responsibility
for permitting water wells, under Chapter 373, Part :.W, :. .l4a Statutes,
and Chapter 17-21, F.A.C. reasatly, all the water management districts
with the 9exceptLi4 ftf the SVAith d&.#l Ya anW& ement pIrIct I require
well permit UpWr Cbapt jLar.. 1 ~S4t tatuts ,4ad C jpt=. 17-22,
Florida 4Adaiattative Code. DER ly had. the riPpo.pLblty.y for. permitting
public water lpppb.eyetems, iAnludJng papailate permit for public
water supply wells.

In addition, local county and city well permitting program often duplicate
and sometimes conflict with State and WMD programs.

B. Proposed Solution

Revise the well construction standards contained in 17-21 to be consistent
with -17-22, itiate, a well construction peaitJ4-g ppgrae within the
SFWMD, and delegate responsibility for all well construction permitting
to Water Management Districts.

DER will complete a survey of all local permitting programs for consistency
with the provisions of 17-21 in areas outside of SFlWD, and make
recommendations for continuation, modification, or deletion as required.
SFhWD is to do the same for local programs within the district.

C. Schedule for Accomplishment

Revision of 17-22 November 197f. Delegation of public water supply well
permitting in areas other than FCD, TBD. Delegation of public water supply
permitting to SFWMD TBD.

II. Public Water Supply Permitting

A. Existing Areas of Overlap

DEM or the Local County Wealth Department currently inspects public water
supply wells for sie suitability. This is technically not a upliation,
but since water manage t districts have the responsibility kor well
construction and consumptive use permitting, it seems reasonable to
for D'.s to perform all well permitting.

B. Proposed Solution

Delegate site inspection of public water supply wells to WID' 6s,
C. Schedule for Accomplisasent

Delegation to ID' other than SFID, TED. Delegatio to SFID TID.

II. Enforcement '

A. Existing Areas of Overlap
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Uee more easly collected agdp u ngl by a t

A.- Proposed oliebn'

Betal the Sttte wlt off i fiihablE DS6 bD t lr-wE k cGMcemant
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-upDo teeipt .o a f i. wlr the 1ft U*'VW *K etSih.fk tt "cutive
Director.


C. Schedule for Accomplftbmnt
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IV. Other Related Prpblems

ThelCktal fvfirLos of X7-21 to be Completed By ovwmber, 1977.



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ARTIFICIAL RECHARGE

I. Deep Well Injection
A. Existing real'ss of'overlap
Chapter 373.106, PT.S;., requires written permission
of the governing board of the appropriate,WMZD *ior
S. tothe pstrupipn otf L rojeqt. requiring., 'artificial
s. recharge: or thp intentional introduction ,of after,
into any un croupd formafan". ,Th fa there is not
4 uniform method fqr f p .ndj these aq~Q-n the WMD.
The NWFWMD is the only one which has passed a rule
on permitting of artificial recharge.
B. Proposed solution
S ER and WMD,ghould review the procedure for Review
of Seciications ad Pqrxittog of Injection Wells
copy attachd. co ts uld orwarde to
DR by ,uqst',t.197.a alhich 1 ie if no problems
exist, DEf will follow-up with a. latter confirming
that this iS the,,procedure to be fodlowed..The
SDER/NWFWMD agreement attachedd) provides a'single
point of entry for the applicant.
C.Schedule for accomplishment ..-..

AugustIl, 77 -' procedure reviewe, 4O.p;pte
Aggust ;4, 1977 -,DERc nfrpm operating procedure
:, ...., f ino problems ,

II. Land Disposal Methods ,

A. Existing areas of overlap "
S v ,As,;indicated above, Chapter 373,,F.S., .re ajreq >
gyrd approval forj certain recharge or injection
projects. .PrespfDly.only. the.JNFWp, requires this
JP-PRA4S 94si 9.sro lad.,disposal projects. Chapter 403,
,re: ;F.-t) rQ .iD PER isau. perp~its afor operation of
land disposal systepis. ,.

... Proposed soiytAi.n ,,
., d determinrtiT, of--the Coppf.q of utbcwity .under
Chapter 37.,10pQ, F.S.1 must be 4. g;p upqp by
DER and WMD. If land disposal methods are to be
included, a qgmagc nt Bpiu4Jj4r,,o t.ig,,d ep,wel1
s Ant.:t.ipnjo pocedure, Shoud .boeqra.. out.,.If land
4 ispps4 ..Br pd4 .arar Lnot to P.povre .4.,amnder Chapter
S ..... Z h373F~.S hgqno,WHp should hpve.ruJes relating to
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This procedure is needed to -help both Aloien e od
tiSelr f.haol to Wdpiseatein lor
newagsi 4e0uet.
cati~h*- is Wbt*(if telstillyvej MP
saeintieiNt pltfts 6P 1i trjeatedtLe C
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I. 201 Grant System

A formal sign-off by the DER district, $h a and
thbb V toa esi 4siti mitio lWIIes&Wfat I a part
oft tfeia2oL plqakk J m*6 6d. t
Is oti b' 201 tar t& riWp..f 2it as the
primary dis o iteet i 1ill by.
thae ltabeatez tie litt
water W*Sg i t t htc Thi2 which
rtommen&: d' p well *' gctio as e
there is a time l1mitatio or aif
there is ot .a response from the 'So DR
will assume approval by the W i te
Should the 1) wish tb marketi*i 1 c.ei, L-j
eflment 'dispel alternatives, _e11i to
DB to be included "A the ir vis -ale. ood
by both parties that l) staff will he a1
advisory committees commenting ea 20 pee-
tive of final disposal affluent tech -

*i. Permitti

A. Staff review of all db well tr for
S201 prdjlcts er. not, i l Q I icitrt,
one fHed tt'o
distocribute rhe 1et9~i a
review rempoe. astrU 4P-.~aItr-
mation sist be scamplish wiqt
The MIM wll coordtias,, v e~*r ovis
a foedar l =a E (M

Ua thwbrie ia e" vthe
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would be executed prior to the issuance of a test well permit by
DER and presumably prior to the issuance of a permit for the project
by your district.- j- ^.. .:'..4,

C. After the results of a test well program* have beep evaluate, any
application for a ceftrat~edt6 b;-4 .bbe cpnasdered and issued
by, DnR X Justified .by c N W nApWauw res At lqeafing
Board approval aust also D ia ued before construction can begin,

D. In keegpdngwMth"tapetr O~~ oridd' atute, final response to a
perint request tm be ,t dpi. w st .90. days odA p~a itcutl of 7the
application, or if add-toal information is requ qted, within 90
days of. the subaittal ofAth* t iMr of tt6u

III. Power Piait Stting

For injection wvlls which are part of a 1Blan sitj agBiatiea, the
application l'1 to to theer plant si office of DE who, by law,
must do the permitting. That 'ffic 'Wi also take ths1 pbcee of the local
DER office in coordinating mating dib ting specifications and
coordinating the review res~ l -iiaperpan will, however,
provide his review 'qf .ge a-o c~ t 1 -Ma5-t district
representative. Also, vwaer management districts are not automatcally
parties tQ all,powe plaqt shateeaeShgs by statute.


The process as depcr.ibed aba L 'apply tnalr. types 'of. aud drainage
'wells and wells por disposal dutrial, domest C or other te o excess
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private. foe toitha Wa.ter Maagement

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t of the application. The Department shall forVrpd a .C. .
itional received iakerlals t tthe Water Management District
| receipt, and shall inform the Waer Management District wbe,
application 'i-cespele V -
After receipt 4of he' compieted application', the Water aa- .aa
t District will deal diuMWiy with the applicant providing oapies
.411 correspondona .to the Departmn. 'T +at.erM.anagement Dis-
let will take final agency actiO 6a ill' pplicatinns within sixty
f) days of receipt of t*bw 'copme- pplf ato by iteo bepartomnt
shall notify the Departent of such eetidn.': The O Dpartmefntt
|11 not take final agahcy action on such applications within this
frame without receipt of finPl action of the Water Manageamnt
Strict.
Water Wel 9eon
Any landowner or licensed water well contractor 4asiing to
(patruct a public water supo~y WL1 wuill submit a joint application
kth the appropriate fees in accordRani vith tbo provisions of
|-pters 16G-3 a4. 17.2210, l RSft& hMotinistrative Code, to tt *
irthwest Florida Water Management district, 325, John Knox Road,
Bite 135-C, Tallahassee, Floid4a 323d3. A CQpy of Applications
wr the construction of any publicU water supply vwel will be
awarded to the Departghent no later than the first working day
allowing the day of receipt by the Water Management District.
,e water Management District shall coordinate its review of
public water supply woll application complctcnosa wLth the no-
*artrnnt and shall notify the applicant bf any deficiencies with-
nf thirty (30) days of receipt of each application. The atoer
lna.ge.-ent District shall forward copies of additional materials
rCccivald concerning pu'ilic water supply walls to thlu lIrkpartimnt
tnd shall inform the Dapartmar.t Office u'ien each application is
Tne Department shall intfotr the applicant of public wator
puppl. systems application requirements pursuant to Chapter 17-22.04,
Florida ..1Bini;trativa Code. Thia Departr2nt .ay deal directly
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MANAGEMENT AND STORAGE OF:.SURFACE WATER AND USE OF
DISTRICT WORKS


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Existing areas of Qoerlap. : .

Predeptly, Water Hanagement Districts have authority
to' issue permits ppde Chapter 373, for management
and storagee of sukfIce' water 4and for use of works of
the district. The D.E.R, under authority:'of Chapter.
253 F,'S.- ieses- dredge ah4 fill permits and! under
Chapter 403 F.S.'- issues water qualify certificates and
discharge permits. Those projects requiring a Water..,:.
Management permit may:
(1) not require any DER'permit;
:(2) require a DER dredge and fill pgetiit a4"-
.associatpd water quality certificate if.
applicable; -. '
(3> require a discharge permit


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II. Proposed Solution.


DERt and WMD staff jet last year td develop 'matrices /
depicting the types of projects which required both
a DER and a WMD permit. We are requesting that each
WMD take the applicable matrix[rormulated last year,
and update, by August'197,7, with.any changes which-
have Occurred concerning project requiring a manage- '
ment and storage of surface wateT or a use of District
Works,permit. We additionally request a specific .
breakdown for the last year of' te number of each.type
of project permitted, (C.-e..das1 impoundmentss, able
crossings, docks,,iOpelines, etc ). It would be' elpful
for the reviwif' a description f 'the parameters.
analyzed, ia the review of each-type of project were in-
aluded. This information will alloW us to better
assess the amount of overlap in permit reviews and the
potential impacts oft'each-type pf project from both a
water quality and. quantity standpoint. DER will review
this information and'discuss areas of overlap with the
WMD '


III. Schedule for


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STATE WATERt P ltatl 0 aN iRE OtK.z PLAN
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1. What problems exist due to the separation of permitting
responsibility for water quantity and water quality into
different organizations, i.e. DER and WMD?



2. Is there any conflict in having WMD responsible for both
regulation as well as promotion of development of water
resources?



3. If water quantity and quality permitting in fact require
a closer coordination, how should it be achieved?

A. By enhanced administrative coordination of existing
systems.
B. By merger of DER water quality functions into WMD.
C. By merger of WMD water quantity functions into DER.


4. If we were starting from ground zero and designing Florida's
water management program, incorporating both quality and
quantity, how should we structure the program?


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WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT BUDGET SUBMISSIONS
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STATE OF FLORIDA '
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
2562 EXECUTIVE CENTER CIjRCLE, EAST .
0BU.)ION OMEF BLDIN l:
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ASKEW T JOSEPH W. LANDERS JR.
;14a2 17 SECRETARY
:onald R. Feaster
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Don:

Sfi letter is to summaifze"the results 6f the Budget meting held with
Ldr of your staff on Pfi4y 'Ma 20, 1977'here in Tallah ssee. The following
1Were dismissed:'
FY78-79 Budget Request
1iT.' The'saie forms for both operations and WItA3 that wer'-used lr FY77-78
will be used for FY 78-79. These forms will be mailed to each district
during June.
2. The following schedule dfor submission of the Budget Request to the
Department by each Water Management District was tentatively agreed
upon?
A. Northwest Florida'Water Management District September 1

B. Suwannee River Water Management District September 1'

C. St. Johns River Water Management District September 1
D. South Florida Water Management District Septedber 1 l

E. Southwest Florida Water Management District Seotember 7ii
The above schedule is contingent upon a Department submission deadline
F October 1 to the Department of Administration.
3. The department will provide assistance to the districts as necessary
in completing the required forms.

4. The budget request for operations should again be submitted in Program
Format which last year included Water Use Planning, Permitting, and
other Regulatory Activities, Legal Counsel, Data Collection, 'and
Administration. If another program breakdown is desired, each district
should submit suggested alternatives no later than June 15.






Mr. Donald R. Feaster (
Page Two
May 27, 1977

S. Along with each progrig f~pr which .f, .i4l
will be required t. .,it ~: sc
that are to be accomplished during the&y'I.
FY77-78 Operating Budget

1. Prior to the beginning of the fiscal year a
general revenue funding available to each U
the Bureau and WM) will meet and agree tuM,
of funds. This schedule should correspr aiI
annual objectives which can be met at tI je
Legislature. It is understood that the.pt
I from those submitted with the original too

,2 Reporting, f acccpwalishments w.i1,be,,n
; consist 9e a letter f!R ,theb 0fi4p
progress toward meeting the specify ic
tives agreed upon by the department us4m

We are planning On discussing the budigfTU
meeting. ,I you soldd have. Y questions p r4di

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I. Integration with related state, local, and federal planning.

A. 208 Planning
S The'208 planning section's o* DER are being trins-
flrted ikio the Bureau of Water Resou'ces Management,
~1 wrhith' time bothw 20$ a'n 'watet us. planning^ wi l-
be in the bureau.' This should provide for closer
coordination between water use and water quality
planning. In order to ensure close coordination
between 208 agencies and WMD'S we have notified the
208 agencies that the department will require, prior
to the approval of any 208 plan, thatthe appropriate
WMD board review and formally comment on the plan. The
208 agencies also indicated that if requested to do
so, they would gladly provide ;the WMD boards with
status reports on the plans. This and/or status
reports to the WMD- bords from WMD staff representa-
tives on. the 208 Technical Advisory Committees should
ensure adequate potr4 participation in the 208
process. Lastly, via 208 agency reciprocal participation
tion in the water use planning process, we should
achieve the desired coordination.

B. State Comprehensive Planning
The department is attempting to coordinate closely
with DSP in the formulation of the water element.
All WMD's'have also had staff representatives partic-
ipate in the drafting of the water element. Addition-
ally, at least several .if not all the WMD's have
used and/or~reference'd policies from the completed
elements such as the Land Development or Agricul-
ture Elements.

C. Coastal Zone Planning
The Bureau bo Coastal Zone Management is to be
transferred to'this department and will thus facil-
itate the coordination of the water.use and water
quality;plans with the coastal zone management plan.
We already have a coastal zone coordinator within the
department who is ensuring proper coordination of
coastal zone planning with existing departmental
programs.

D. Local Comprehensive Planning I

Our primary mechanisn for coordination with local.
comprehensive planning is through either DSP who is
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in many cases are working closely with local govern-
ments. Additionally, the 208 agencies will be coordin-
ating with local governments.

II. Water Resource Planning Program Schedule

All plans appear to .e o^ schedul.. ,,,$Nt hI.ri.leased
ts second draft of their, pan .n41 SF4IID jid the
first draft pftheirs coverings two .ef tbAP3l si jl 1i g
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DEEP WELL INJECTION STATUS REPORT


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ut;'r 'S#tjt-a of Injection Wells and Their Problems'
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|ai|(. prepared as was recently requested as an overview of injec-
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.o =five industrial waste disposal well sites in operation;
tFloarida It two In fSrti Centrall alrida. On of the
rln Itd S &t at the Jay oil field wAere rAste tr a suZ-
is bea di4posied ttia a -one at about 424 teet aiqng
Itd il ptod flCafk. Thw lh kt n at tthe Jay 4fl field is
it. to's adf V prbih Is Lith the potentuaf tfoEg e44
i.e Aurfacetdtitribatiou lines taking the brie and' ploat


etbw Sp tortlwest Florida are at the Monaanto and herican
tflscabs and'sleatt 3oa coshtie .ectitely. the main
0labr tos mud- l*ritcts tfaiahla iths is that thie ac$ waste
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oto collar te tu ay inoa cavity eor the
aor tbhe ca.i the se !t;crante tted #tothbe casing
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fti Iuawtntr wht iwhe dispoMSl.*Iw i43 Sokj) C41tl
Plor of the Aite Is Is near bthe ,mtown ofiariay. It disposes of
a salty i *Mate ftr a jwdiqI flqpsatl4ate plop&. ThI t retef
tabl alt an. pc Rcid matu stream of the 4Wwt
prQy.4tC, tlaic s .usued as q fit IA the refine .of ,aiunm.
Pro1esttM Sat"975 xt f "eia if I id eat-a
tup treid4 tS&eutild des-n teb s Wt' of 4f cas .4 a4 r
the lsate ito o teiiull casing it h poit about et adie tihd bottom
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The leak vwa repaired satisfactorily and extensive modifications were
made to thit.Wll In the future the acid waste vill be isolate, from the
b,-Ctom of the 6"i t by an oil buffer adi- .w tbh ftpt*l-attack of the.
Ea4 f ieCuap *t the bottom of the caning cannot occur. Another
Stheibi tftil ateg that during the ftiutgkaAgWf rs of operation
a t the 'fbt rry sitt thie acid waste formed a ery large cavity at depths
*of c .00 feqt to 4,500 feet in depth. The paA.airfsf .cavity ia
approximately 100 feet high and hae a uaxiza r i der Ad 23 foet. At
DER' request the owner, Kiser Alumnum and dCh aC 1a gr.d t hired a
S mining eng leering consulting firm to evaluate the rtall atf this cavern.
Their Investigg$op concluded, tbat hae iujec4t#ipa .u"j ,atinM k y tfor
aa long as 100 years before any serious collapee or v=L rBaaet t
problem could develop because of increases in sise Of iS 00Y. I
believe ti.s, is ..mr the beat enineered a4 oerdtqa4 ton
system n. the State.
The other industrial waste disposal operation .in lr axAiL Sth Central
Florida is at Belle Glade in Palm Beach Countf jusMMl i Okee-
chb 4e. The vaes .4 ts 4J hayve a long aa ry f W-ate
from e aa frra aae c Afr ais.t f Aw,,i l is-.
an qda ial Ca ed f c from asus

I.s 3 .- t with a. m. Gl4e
upward ltaak(ag the adf Meapt to a 4abel.p a!f.i tay racaox-
water at about 1,200 feet. Originally, the tnjection ~ pth of .
about 1,600 feet. After upper leakage was first detecta l 1073, the
waell rpr e deep. t I qbouP 900 rfe; at put a* q ,"
A proa conA ti racp ~U0 ~ pt .qs Oar,
thi ta ripa ai *a all b 4aes agate. R
mt 04 U4 .p ft ,p .c*' L JU / ^I Ie.a s, e r-e-
l r. V4 t Itd AmmAdfk I-
of lItir pp a
at Wellr a .as
at sall 8t Lqib me 3D ; **
Io Irpd .. t Pg oin t.3p -
or'' g P WU 0:B ~ a.. or.ing
into oki L t
at itaa ., a. tta t not
ct -s M X4 ... ae= ain

site because of a well failure. ow n dan
aquifer at th sia~ will t
of thite a iiLt e 9. 4oa

** MHunieip ValiPD aao ..621 dig e *
Presele d ergiat4 Wstq.4Iqpo"ocjx Jxida
t:et r perediv .pa .utie e .a..eg. phea.
id o 'ta[ g~are .in the.Maut aa. The oth.bar -qrat, s ,e A
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iy'.5-jecotin veJ.s;Pear.,J fi -have keen ta operation for eabut four:-
i i iv, ao s P -y. 3-.qbtlp $4,' Ji A, tr wr y. '
^ltne1wa~j % aRt 1p ? salyW calt*h Wi s
"soul ^ nUat b*tS i*igaa *e trwfeekso. icomntry
t~ ep at .it 4 sc ao s ttes c ul&t pbe to
dgi chap1 systeAy tghdahbrt casagitar *
2. ft .-,+, "i t re recpt jiR.Xe. i&p tbe, awea g Baever,
bacode pab-ef Br sp eo ab~epdoftad hbl&Mguit iti. tbheext- few
owty^ a*teative ti W7plta, # wo l J; d.l e et bbs eEw .thest. rpseser be
Pg gJu ^lret .tsp pp Ae ws'ert
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The 9njge S yIte jaectmtgwtl $ogitle S o4p Rhrngte,, Tte elle at; this
it -Jj s4,;o 2pprPa p 500 fSO tact.oflaaisM *s tdgbe atdsrwl |
and m e monitor well. Probi with this system have been croping up within
, FIs*t.year., Thtaj5,.j4coi wii ita .W' flpeep to b. epqyra ,atiag satS .
fsctUr : hopeyoer thereAsos e pae* Adu0 -to Inadeqlta gentrucEtion
l gtg ydtoar uL ffo% .LQ, f.00 T4 ir Wsa baen potsi ied t@, correct. th esa lkaWIan :
nSk9,?StoT y11f e*o9--p pne.ib1kL rJ beiqv.tht a san be complierd: *
succypqpf1y. T-he peoknfgl giqgnllutlton by infttctlfl bat aansag affluent
flas8tpt of bhe,' s8llw petabll. svasnets verniow. Th. presete stpwrard
19!EA SpMy nAengaerte }Q mt.-lT43groe the beSuqtithb Wgwsole'tatpabout
1200 f saet, u q ess bhe. 9tas0 a athbe oitor .vell. is stopped vithjn a
rqegonablq tqq, Agy onoqr two yeaTsa Theqgipeagat alternativgato inje cing
4a Mqagatp igqld be.,tq$,d$opea.,of tbewaqte tlnto.a.aoal system thatcdircles
around the potable water supply well field for Mariate. ThisiA ,q4iucch- .
worst alternative tlan injection could ever be since the waste would be,
si ttM 4uer4ya i pto potAbledAklsg. .vate; Wherqea* *ithqtq injection
i it lacqmplatly igeeatqlfd .yenel.undred feet ef clay itdA 4thrpotable K
ddruiagu utater aquger, aq$4. ua f bi' 4- mT 3 li:
The injection system at Stuart proposed for municipal waste disposal has
T iqq 4;M A4JUWattoaGMUq MAe pagm41 uwttbrthts astteAA W*tt the
1*i% 4s MM4 w a tustlwexc x 4qsfqe 'but toq2 Ot. the
pi9n sTr the tatl. 9a4Rava Peda 4j rtsth xelljIf wor the diegaralenp't roriafltwral
4ReIqWcQ 4 Are Ivoal*t bWt u lae Micatag srebasarast w[a e-
itsqd ,or cc pt3rgatAoBNot, *flan:tiae alA BepmtaTenc eth
pAps4Lop, Cpool, ; qCneM MwAatim e aa ,ImBftanmqktatnek t tw r nryaka. -
p Wpqab$iAljyaM .a f Wt efct -h0Al !seqq afl ft)aciqaplWdL 'and g
I 94lbay. P Ar 9l# 041.4.I AwQb u nfrnA WftMdevdeQat.te esmteisity
to ia4jpct .$hia^pI. .r Jbh t 4 l. agasw i P ekEShAJOllABuo.atStof-iBlC Muby
as ,Poppa 9FR eIatOqa4Qri 'S& latflyR.rtab fle# agin S at ruatuch 'ill
e m 6wMUCt tpgb ronSC fl SzOO0 Iethe subaminptant Uba paII*da&I. Ew opmf g |"
I a .. *cp. itiq ft ,AacjB4 panshem 2 P *^ PW M4IW I3R Afw.tgqis q it Anf pIotzhL*ww tfi th&e fiuvm[are A gntater
th vonASJ^A4 s if t-I tcasrt aIuM" SWit C tii 3, OMt00te. K iowsvce', j ont
upWard JmaIse ftim bbe.
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The West al Bu ettel is plamned- for itlpbeal of an' evaetual tlm a of
60 aM&tl 4l #, Ir(C a. tt.' *sir ite'is wells

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oI ortcp, RUm' eSt *h
equip'p .. Prohla vit perAti the i lution
bf pttiWat AC-t i lte ** a^^V tt^^th CiM- k^B' ,
rimo6t beais& at ito *estSamO Jsl Othe ,i ln oai Ur xt tones.
Thera iv asiu atie sIatea 9- nbir fiOr aeth ai21 did4oseo
of an rPanUvenl aMwdhul otof: kbat 150 mfillie ja2llntkI d
Sevwm fllwtet pes.4kptateS tbqacity )to i b abut
601^ '^ -*^ ^aSn ^a 9 itthe
noe*l taa s~.that 1 el 1ttia tf

LI. e ..rs .,t r i.ble
detect "AS Eti fti 0"lt
S Hauthbdtas c&M this hitOe p flll"
water euppi"As..
Teutiag at A4, popopd *feoton-ite SA dited
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no eqot that it has occurred.. However, this does not destroy the possibility
o9 lng injection wells at the site, it only means less confidence in their
I talked recently with the consultants for the Southwest St. Pete
*w4a well site concerning their pump testing. Early results of pump
*at that site indicate that the sae situation occurs there as in the
f.i" ras Bayou and McKay Creek sites; that is, the first supposed con-
sone but is In efect cOnted twith the injection xon at 1,000 feet.
causess us to rely o. T on t h anYhai instead of e i Injection will
~frtllowed at the sites. Therefore, if injection is allowed, the need for
:reful q6nitoring is even more important than originally thought and the
Scoomitment of the owner to protecting fresh water is extremely important;
that is the owner should be required and must be prepared to take every
reasonable step to prevent contamination of fresh water resulting from the
operation of these wells.

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