Title: Staff Draft: Local Governement November 9, 1987
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Title: Staff Draft: Local Governement November 9, 1987
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Staff Draft: Local Governement November 9, 1987
General Note: Box 11, Folder 3 ( Final Report: Environmental Efficiency Study Commission - 1987-88 ), Item 70
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STAFF DRAFT
November 9, 1987

Local Government

Proposed Solution:

In order to accomplish complete delegation from the state
agency to local government, the local government may accept
the program and the state or regional agency must delegate
the program if it finds that the local government has:

a) provided by ordinance, regulation or local law for
requirements compatible with or stricter or more extensive
than those imposed by the applicable state agency;

b) provided for the enforcement of such requirements by
appropriate administrative and judicial process;

c) provided for the administrative organization, staff and
other resources necessary to carry out the problem.

Qualified municipalities shall have the option of accepting
delegation. If the municipalities refuse delegation, then
the counties that accept delegation will extend such
programs into the municipal areas, and will issue permits
and perform regulatory activities on behalf of the
municipality.

The sole control exercised by the state shall be a review
of a delegated program to ensure that the local government
has maintained criteria equivalent to or stricter than
existing state standards.

Local government shall have the ability to set their own
fee schedule.

Financial assistance must be provided to local governments;
therefore, funds should be transferred from the agency
delegating the program.


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