Title: Opinion File 68-10 thru 68-11
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Title: Opinion File 68-10 thru 68-11
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Buddy Blain's Collections - Opinion File 68-10 thru 68-11
General Note: Box 14, Folder 2 ( Opinion File 1961-1971 - 1961-1971 ), Item 62
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August 27, 1968




Mr. Donald R. Feaster
District Engineer
Southwest Florida Water
Management District
P. 0. Box 457
Brooksville, Florida 33512

Re: Permit Violation

Dear Don:

Receipt is acknowledged of your letter of July 26, 1968, con-
cerning the dumping of trash immediately east of the Morris
Bridge Road and just south of Cow House Creek.

SIt is my understanding that these areas are in the Lower Hills-
borough Reservoir, and I believe that anyone dumping trash
into a tributary of the Hillsborough River can be enjoined
from this. It will, of course, be necessary for you to de-
termine who is doing the umnping, advise us as to the names
of the individuals, the date and the facts, and we will then
be in a position to file suit to enforce the District's interest
in the matter.

In regard to your other letter of July 26, 1968, concerning the
permit system, I wish to advise that in addition to the informa-
tion which I gave to you verbally, I have checked with the
Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District, and they
are in accord with my interpretation of what procedures the
District can take in enforcing its permit system.

Unless we can be advised of the violation of the permit system
during the time the violation is taking place, we cannot take




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any action for their failure to comply with our permit system
or the permit itself. However, if they have caused damage, or
there remain obstructions or any other condition which can then
be remedied, we can, of course, file a suit for a mandatory
injunction making them remove the obstruction or correct the
conditions which continue to exist.

Sincerely,


Myron G. Gibbons


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