Title: Letter: 10/18/1982 Attachment Question and Answer Forum
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Title: Letter: 10/18/1982 Attachment Question and Answer Forum
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Letter: 10/18/1982 Attachment Question and Answer Forum, To: William Tatum From: George Fischer
General Note: Box 10, Folder 26 ( SF WMD Quarterly Meetings VOL III - 1979-1991 ), Item 21
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J. Wilam McCartney
Executive Director


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October 18, 1982


Mr. Bill Tatum, Executive Director
Southwest Florida Water Management District
5060 U.S. Highway 41, South
Brooksville, FL 33512

Dear Mr. Tatum:

Enclosed is a slightly revised edition of
during the Annual Conference on Water Management
to fit our usual format for the Conference Guide
during registration.


the charge for your panel
In Florida. It was revised
that will be distributed


We are honored that you are planning to attend and participate.
shaping up to be the best Conference yet.


It is


Cordially,



George Fisher
,Program Coordinator


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Chairman Port St. Joe


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WILLIAM C. SMITH
Sec./Treas. Tallahassee


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Pensacola Chumuckla Panama City


R. L. PRICE, JR.
Graceville


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R. BERNARD PARRISH
Tallahassee


(904) 487-1770


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"NEWSMAKERS MEETING THE PRESS:
FLORIDA'S WATER MANAGERS IN A
QUESTION AND ANSWER FORUM"


MODERATOR
Representative William E. Sadowski, Chairman of the Task Force on
Water Issues


THE PRESS
Daryl Hartman
Gainesville Sun


Lee Mainella
WTVJ News
West Palm Beach

Mary McLachlin
Daytona Beach News Journal


Wade Stephens
Tampa Tribune


George Thurston
Freelance Reporter
Tallahassee


THE PANELISTS
Jack Maloy
South Florida Water Management
District

Bill McCartney
Northwest Florida Water
Management District

Don Morgan
Suwannee River Water Management
District

Bill Tatum
Southwest Florida Water
Management District

Vicki Tschinkel
Department of Environmental
Regulation


Sonny Vergara
St. Johns River Water Management
District

PANEL CHARGE

Water has found its way into the headlines, and fewer people are now
taking it for granted. The future of our water resources and the
effectiveness of our water managers will, however, depend to a large degree on
how the public receives information on water concerns. Of particular
importance in the future will be the activities of the Department of
Environmental Regulation and the Water Management Districts in responding to
land use decisions and to water supply, flood protection, water quality and
water shortage problems.

As complex management decisions are being made, wilt the water managers
be able to communicate the issues accurately and effectively, and will the
media be able to analyse and present the information in a meaningful manner?

Will the public be given the opportunity to provide input, and to
comprehend both the nature of the issues at hand and the consequences of
decisions being made to address those issues?




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The large number of people who have found Florida an attractive place
to visit or reside are straining the State's fragile water resources. It is
essential that the agencies responsible for managing these resources
coordinate their activities and continue to foresee and address the problems
threatening the waters of Florida.

What mechanisms and arrangements exist to ensure the 'agen es can work
together on common problems and programs?

What do the water managers perceive their rote to be in the future?

What are the maor resource management issues today, and what witt be
the most important concerns for Florida during the next decade?


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