Title: Memo: Procedure of notification to the Public re: Governing Board/Basin Board Meetings attachments
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Title: Memo: Procedure of notification to the Public re: Governing Board/Basin Board Meetings attachments
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Abstract: Memo: Procedure of notification to the Public re: Governing Board/Basin Board Meetings attachments, To: Bryant King, From: Shirley White, April 12, 1982
General Note: Box 10, Folder 26 ( SF WMD Quarterly Meetings VOL III - 1979-1991 ), Item 40
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BRYANT KING, Auditor General's Office

SHIRLEY S. WHITE, Supervisor, Boards Section JZ

Procedure of Notification to the Public re: Governing Board/
Basin Board Meetings


In response to your telephone inquiry regarding public notice of
meetings and work sessions, the District follows the procedures set forth
in Chapter 40D 0.071 and 0.081, F.A.C.

The announcement of the quarterly meeting of the Department of Environmental
Regulation and Water Management Districts was included on the March 3, 1982,
Governing Board Agenda which is mailed to approximately 450 persons and
the announcement was publicly made at the March 3 meeting. Additionally,
the notice/agendas of February meetings of all Basin Boards, with the
exception of Coastal, Peace, and Manasota, included the quarterly meeting
notice, and the announcement was made publicly at each meeting.


The quarterly meeting was mechanically recorded and tapes of
are available in the District files.


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(e) Begin at the southwest corner of Township 35 South, Range 28 East,
on the Hardee-Highlands County line, the Point of Beginning;
Thence east along the north boundary of Township 36 South to the north-
east corner of Section 1, Township 36 South, Range 28 East;
Thence south along the range line to the southeast corner of Section 12,
Township 37 South, Range 28 East;
Thence east along the section line to the northeast corner of Section
15, Township 37 South, Range 29 East;
Thence south along the section line to the southeast corner of Section
34, Township 37 South, Range 29 East;
Thence east along the township line to the northeast corner of Section
1, Township 38 South, Range 29 East;

Specific Authority 373.044, 373.113, 373.149, 373.171 FS. Law Imple-
mented 373.0693 FS, 62-691 and 78-65, Laws of Florida. History Readopted
10-5-74, Amended 9-4-77, 10-16-78 and 2-4-81. Previously numbered 16J-0.003.

400-0.071 Meetings and Workshops.
;(1) Meetings of the Board will be held on a regular monthly basis,
usually at the District headquarters, or at such other time, date, and place
as announced by the Chairman. Special meetings will be held on call of the
:Chairman or at the request of two (2) Board members.
(2) Regular monthly meetings of the Governing Board will be held on
-the first Wednesday of each month at District headquarters commencing at
9:30 a.m., unless announced to the contrary at the previous regular monthly
meeting. Regular monthly meetings may be held at other times only after
publishing notice thereof not less than ten (10) days prior to such meeting.
There will be a workshop meeting of the Board on the day preceding each
aonthly-meeting, unless announced to the contrary at the previous regular
monthly meeting.
(3) Special meetings of the Governing Board may be held to consider
:specifically enumerated matters on call of the Chairman and upon preparation
.of an agenda for such meeting and notification to Board members not less than
seven (7) days in advance of such meeting. Notices of such meetings shall
be given to representatives of the news media and to such other persons as
have.requested such notice or who are directly affected by the subject of
:such meeting. Special meetings may be called by the Chairman on less than
seven (7) days notice if the Chairman finds that conditions warrant such short
notice, provided that public notice and notice to Board members of a minimum
of twelve (12) hours shall be given and that the Board shall ratify the
findings of the Chairman for the short notice.
(4) Meetings of basin water management boards will be held on regular
basis, as determined by the respective basin boards, at time, dates, and
places set by the respective ex officio chairman or vice chairman in his
absence. Special meetings Will be held on call of the basin board ex
officio chairman or vice chairman in his absence.
(5) Meetings of all basin boards shall be announced at the regular
monthly meetings of the Governing Board and shall be scheduled by the Chair-
man of the respective basin boards. Special meetings may be held in the
same manner as prescribed for holding special meetings of the Governing
'Board.
Specific Authority 373.044, 373.113, 373.149, 373.171, FS.
Law Implemented 373.0693, 373.079, FS., 61-691, Laws of Florida.
History Readopted 10-5-74, Amended 12-31-74, 10-24-76.
Previously numbered 16J-0.30(2),(7),(8),(4),(9).
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400-0.081 Agendas and Notices.
(1) Agendas shall be prepared by the Exeuctive Director, after consulta-
tion with the Chairmen of the respective boards, for each meetings, hearing, or
workshop, which agendas shall be prepared at least seven (7) days before the
meting, and made available for distribution on request of any interested per-
sons. Such agendas shall contain the items to be considered in the order of
presentation. After an agenda has been made available, change shall be made
only for good cause as determined by the Chairman of the Board. Any member
of the Governing Board or of a respective basin board may place an item on an
agenda if the request is made to the Executive Director not less than seven
(7) days prior to the meeting.
(2) Any request to place an item on an agenda at a meeting of the
Board or of a basin board shall be submitted not less than ten (10) days
prior to the meeting.
(3) The Board will maintain a current mailing list for the purpose of
mailing board meeting notices to all persons making such request in writing.
(4) The Board will maintain separate mailing lists for the respective
basin boards for the purpose of mailing basin board meeting notices to all
persons making such request in writing.
(5) Mailing lists will be maintained by the District for the purpose
of giving notice of all meetings. Separate lists will be maintained for
Governing Board meetings and for meetings of each of the respective basins.
Names will be placed on such lists upon written request mailed to the Dis-
trict. Periodically such lists will be purged after written notice.
Specific Authority 373.044, 373.113, 373.149, 373.171 FS. Law Imple-
mented 373.0693, 373.079 FS, 61-691, Law of Florida. History Redopted
10-5-74, Amended 12-31-74, 10-24-76. Previously numbered 16J-0.30(11),
(6),(3),(5),(10).
400-0.101 Content of Application.
(1) The various application for permit forms c n be obtained from the
Southwest Florida Water Management District.
(2) Each application form will be given an ide tifying number when re-
ceived by the District.
(3) Any application which has not been complete d and upon which fees
or deposits have not been paid within six (6) months is subject to rejection,
provided notice of proposed rejection is mailed to a plicant not less than
ten (10) days prior to such rejection.
(4) The original file containing the application with accompanying
attachments, the order, permit or permit agreement issued, transcript of
the proceedings and all exhibits shall be maintained in the File of Record
at District headquarters. Any person may inspect the File of Record at
all reasonable times. Any person seeking to intervene, oppose or appeal
from any Recommended Order or Final Order shall file the original pleading
on the Staff Attorney for placing on file or record and a copy on the
District's Board Counsel, together with copies on all other parties of
record.
(5) All drawings and sketches submitted with applications shall be
on letter size (8 1/2" x 11") paper, or of a size that can be folded to
8 1/2" x 11", such as 11" x 17" or 17" x 22". Three copies of the drawing
must be provided. If 8 1/2" x 11" size, one must be of black-line type
capable of being photocopied. If larger than 8 1/2" x 11" drawings are
used, one must be the original drawing or a reproducible.


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April 13, 1982



RECEIVED FROM SHIRLEY S. WHITE, SOUTHWEST FLORIDA MATER MANAGEMENT
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DISTRICT --- WREE TAPES OF THE DER/Water Management Districts

Quarterly Meeting, March 25 & 26, 1982.



BRYAN W. KING-
Senior Public Accounts Auditor II
Auditor General's Office


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Minutes of the Workshop BOIRD
Basin Boards Rmil'Y
Southwest Florida Water Management Distric

Tampa., Florida March 26, 1982

Following the Quarterly. Meeting of the Department of Environmental Regiulation
and the five Water Managemnt Districts, the Basin Boards of,.the Southwest
Florida Water Management District met -in an annual workshop session at the
Holiday Inn, Downtown Tampa, at approximately 1:20 p.m. he following
members were present: Hoyt Charles and Martha Kjeer, Alarfa River Basin
Board; Charles A. Black and Max Register, Coastal Rivers Basin Board; Robert
J. Courtney, Patricia Pieper, and Mary Figg, Hillsbough. River Basin Board;
Frank D. Jackson, Charles H. Mr#ngif and Gail Pa4rfSs;"bWthwest HiTsbotough
Basin Board; Tom Drunasky, Elizabeth Kujawski, and Jay B. Starkey, Jr.,
Pinellas-Anclote River-Basin Board; Herbert C. Craig, Norvell W, Hunt, Dalton
F. Newton, and Wyatt M. Walker, Sr., WithlacoocheeRiver B ain.Board; C. Lamar
Daniels, Jams Lloyd Ryals, and Vasco Peaples< Peace River Basin Board. Also
in attendance were the following Govering Board Mebers: Bruce A. Samson,
Governing Board Chairman, and Chairman Ex Officio, Northwest Hillsborough
Basin Board; James H. Kimbrough, Chairman Ex Officio,,. astal Rivers Basin
Board; Cliff Stephens, Chairman-Ex Officio PTinllas-Anctot River Basin Board;
Ronald B. Lambert, Chairman Ex-Officio, Peace River BasinBoard; and the
following staff members: William C. Tatum, Executive Director;., llliam T.
Allee, Jay T. Ahern, Linda Cannon, Albert Carter, Gary Coates, Sharlene Coburn,
Dorothea Cole, .C, Comer, W. 0. Courser, J. E. Curren,. Zolda R. Favot, P. G.
Hubbell, G. W. Kuhl, W. H. Mathias, R. V. McLean, C. H. Miller, T. T. Mullin, F.
H. Musslemann, Richard Owens, Donna Parkin-Welz, Jane Richardson, W. ;,; Sietman,
John Beatty, and Shirley S. White.,
Chairman Samson opened the meeting by extending a welcome to the Basin Board
members present. He stated that as the District activities expand, Basin
Board involvement is vital to the Governing Board and staff particularly in.
the Save Our Rivers land acquisition program. He then turned the meetingg
over to Mr. Tatum.
Capital Budget
Basin Water Management Plans
Mr. Tatum advised that Board members will be receiving in the mail within the
next week updated information relating to the Five-Year Capital Budget. At the
April meetings, the staff willbe requesting guidance and direction regarding levels
of funding for Basin projects to be included in the individual Capital Budgets for
.-- each Basin and input on the project-scopes and time-frames as currently defined.
Mr. Tatum pointed out the correlation between the Capital Budget and the Basin
Water Management Plans and noted that each Board has appointed a liaison member
to work with the planning staff to formulate goals and objectives and identify
project priorities for a fiveyear period. All the Basin plans can then be
incorporated into the overall five-year project plan for the District and the
five-year Capital Budget.


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Minutes of the Workshop March 26, 1982
Basin Boards Page Three

District-Wide Computer Needs
The Governing Board authorized the staff in January to advertise for a consultant
to assist in determining requirements to update the District's computer system.
The firm of R. J. Kelly and Associates has been retained to develop a proposal
for consideration by the Board and hopefully can be implemented in the Five-
Year Capital Budget.

U.S.G.S. Contract
The staff is currently reviewing programs included under the cooperative program
with the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS). It is anticipated that this review
will enable all Boards to clearly identify problems and results from the various
programs under the USGS contract.

In closing, Mr. Tatum thanked the Basin Board members for attending, and
opened the meeting for discussion.

Mr. Craig expressed his support for expansion of the District's computer
system and encouraged long-range water management planning.

In reply to Mrs. Parsons' inquiry, Mr. Tatum explained the recent Bill passed
by the Legislature which sunsets water management districts in 1988. Several
Board members related conversations with the Governor's office indicating
that it is not the Governor's intent to phase out the districts.
Mr. Drunasky requested clarification regarding the Model Flood Area Management
Ordinance and this was discussed in some detail.

Mr. Black mentioned the Coastal Rivers and Withlacoochee River Basin Boards'
participation in a study to identify and map the saltwater/freshwater interface
in coastal aquifers. Mrs. Holtkamp briefly explained the methods which will
be used to conduct the study, pointing out this is a safer, quicker and less
expensive method than that used in the past.

Mr. Tatum expressed appreciation to Ms. Cole, Interagency Coordinator, and
other staff members who assisted in making arrangements for the Quarterly
Meeting.


The meeting was adjourned at 2:20 p.m.
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