Title: Proposed Revision: Non-Point Sources (11/16/1987) and Staff Draft (11/9/1987)
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Title: Proposed Revision: Non-Point Sources (11/16/1987) and Staff Draft (11/9/1987)
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Proposed Revision: Non-Point Sources (11/16/1987) and Staff Draft (11/9/1987)
General Note: Box 11, Folder 3 ( Final Report: Environmental Efficiency Study Commission - 1987-88 ), Item 19
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Proposed Revision
November 16, 1987



Non-point Sources


Problem: Stormwater, surface water management, Henderson
Wetlands Act jurisdiction overlap.










Proposed Solution:


Provide WMDs with exclusive statutory responsibility for all

aspects of non-point source management. Authorize delegation

to local governments. All non-point source programs will moved

from DER to the WMDs by October, 1989. In addition, the

Environmental Regulation Commission shall adopt minimum statewide

standards for non-point source programs. The WMDs may set more

stringent standards subject to review and approval by the ERC.

Retain the appeal poeesses of beth ehapter ~20 and Sr ST3riT47

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STAFF DRAFT
November 9, 1987


Non-point Sources


Problem: Stormwater, surface water management, Henderson
Wetlands Act jurisdiction overlap.


Explanation:

DER, WMDs and local governments have the statutory
authority to issue stormwater management permits. RPCs
evaluate stormwater systems that are part of a DRI. DER
has delegated stormwater permitting to four of the WMDs
(excluding the Northwest Florida WMD), but continues to
require permits for those stormwater systems that would
require a dredge and fill permit in waters of the State.


s. 403.062, F.S.

ss. 403.011-4153, F.S.

s. 403.812, F.S.


s. 373.413, F.S.


Pollution control; underground,
surface and coastal waters.
Florida Air and Water Pollution
Control Act
Delegation of Functions to Water
Management Districts (Stormwater
Rule)
Permits for construction or
alteration.


Proposed Solution:

Provide WMDs with exclusive statutory responsibility for
all aspects of non-point source management. All non-point
source programs will moved from DER to the Ds by October,
1989. In addition, the Environmental Reguation Commission
shall adopt minimum statewide standards or non-point
source programs. The WMDs may set m stringent standards
subject to review and approval by e ERC. Retain the-
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Proposed Revision
November 16, 1987



Non-point Sources


Problem: Stormwater, surface water management, Henderson
Wetlands Act jurisdiction overlap.










Proposed Solution:


Provide WMDs with exclusive statutory responsibility for all

aspects of non-point source management. All non-point source

programs will moved from DER to the WNDs by October, 1989. In

addition, the Environmental Regulation Commission shall adopt

minimum statewide standards for non-point source programs. The

WMDs may set more stringent standards subject to review and

approval by the ERC. Retain the appeal processes of both Chapter

120 and s. 373.114, F.S.


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