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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Draft Partnership Agreement With Extensive Notes and Revisions (JDV Box 108)
General Note: Box 16, Folder 4 ( WCRWSA Jan. 2,1998 Draft - 1998 ), Item 11
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STEEL

HECTOR

MDAVIS


Steel Hector & Davis LLP
215 South Monroe, Suite 601
Tallahassee, Florida 32301-1804
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MEMORANDUM


Jacob D. Varn


TO: Don Conn Ed de la Parte, Jr.
David Forziano Fred Reeves
Kathy Fry Kim Streeter
Tom Morrison


FROM: Jake Varn IJ

DATE: January 2, 1998

RE: DRAFT PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT



Attached for your information and review is a copy of the latest draft of the
Partnership Agreement along with all of the exhibits. This draft shows all the
additions and deletions to the draft we discussed at the December 9 meeting. This
draft reflects changes that I have made and do not represent revisions approved by
the SWFWMD staff.

This draft will be used in our meeting on January 7 and the joint
WCRWSA-SWFWMD meeting on January 8.




JDV/dww
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Sonny Vergara
Ed Helvenston

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01/02/98


1 NORTHERN TAMPA BAY
2 AGREEMENT
3 BETWEEN
4 WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY,
5 HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,
6 PASCO COUNTY,
7 PINELLAS COUNTY,
8 CITY OF TAMPA,
9 CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG,
10 CITY OF NEW PORT RICHEY,
11 AND
12 SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
13
14
15 THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into by and between the

16 WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY, an interlocal governmental

7 agency created and existing pursuant to 373.1962 and 163.01, Florida Statutes, acting by and

18 through its Board of Directors, whose address is 2535 Landmark Drive, Suite 211, Clearwater,

19 Florida 33761, herein referred to as "AUTHORITY"; HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, a political

20 subdivision of the State of Florida, whose address is 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida

21 33602, herein referred to as "HILLSBOROUGH"; PASCO COUNTY, a political subdivision of

22 the State of Florida, whose address is 7530 Little Road, New Port Richey, Florida 34654, herein

23 referred to as "PASCO"; PINELLAS COUNTY, a political subdivision of the State of Florida,

24 whose address is 315 Court Street, Clearwater, Florida 34616, herein referred to as

25 "PINELLAS"; the CITY OF TAMPA, a municipal corporation of the State of Florida, whose

26 address is 306 E. Jackson Street, Tampa, Florida 33602, herein referred to as "TAMPA"; the

27 CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG, a pulitica subdivision municipal corporation of the State of

28 Florida, whose address is P. O. Box 2842, 175 Fifth Street North, St. Petersburg, Florida 33731,










1 herein referred to as "ST. PETERSBURG"; the CITY OF NEW PORT RICHEY, a municipal

2 corporation of the State of Florida, whose address is 5919 Main Street, New Port Richey, Florida

3 34652, herein referred to as "NEW PORT RICHEY"; and the SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

4 WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, a public corporation of the State of Florida created and

5 existing pursuant to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, whose address is 2379 Broad Street,

6 Brooksville, Florida 34609-6899, herein referred to as "DISTRICT"-. for itself and on behalf of

7 the ALAFIA RIVER BASIN BOARD, the COASTAL RIVERS BASIN BOARD, the

8 HILLSBOROUGH RIVER BASIN BOARD, the NORTHWEST HILLSBOROUGH BASIN

9 BOARD, and the PINELLAS-ANCLOTE RIVER BASIN BOARD, herein collectively referred

10 to as "BASIN BOARDS".

11 WITNESSETH:

12 WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, the DISTRICT has the statutory

13 responsibility to protect, manage and conserve the water resources within the District; and

14 WHEREAS, the AUTHORITY was created in 1974 for the purpose of developing,

15 storing and supplying water for county and municipal services in a manner as will give priority

16 to reducing the adverse environmental effects of excessive or improper withdrawals of water

17 from concentrated areas; and

18 WHEREAS, currently the AUTHORITY's members are HILLSBOROUGH, PASCO,

19 PINELLAS, TAMPA, ST. PETERSBURG, and NEW PORT RICHEY, who are collectively

20 referred to as "AUTHORITY MEMBERS"; and

21 WHEREAS, the 1997 Legislature recognized the need for coordination between water

22 management districts, regional water supply authorities, and local governments and provided

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1 clear direction as to each entity's respective role in ensuring that sufficient water is available for

2 all existing and future reasonable beneficial uses and natural systems, while avoiding the

3 adverse effects of competition for water supplies; and

4 WHEREAS, the 1997 Legislature has made it clear that the proper role of the water

5 management districts in water supply is primarily planning and water resource development and

6 the proper role of local government and regional water supply authorities is primarily water

7 supply development; and

8 WHEREAS, the AUTHORITY, AUTHORITY MEMBERS, and DISTRICT agree that it

9 is in the best interest of all the parties and the public they collectively serve to work together

10 toward accomplishing their respective statutory responsibilities, including the coordination and

11 development of new and additional water supplies to meet existing and future demands of the

12 Northern Tampa Bay area in such a manner as will give priority to reducing adverse

13 environmental effects of improper or excessive withdrawals of water from concentrated areas.

14 NOW, THEREFORE, the AUTHORITY, AUTHORITY MEMBERS and DISTRICT, in

15 consideration of the mutual terms, covenants and conditions set forth herein, agree as follows:

16 1. OBJECTIVES OF THE AGREEMENT. The parties hereto commit by this

17 AGREEMENT to:

18 A. develop at least eighty-five million gallons per day (85 mgd) annual average of

19 new water supply capacity for regional distribution to the AUTHORITY

20 MEMBERS through the AUTHORITY by December 31, 2007;

21 B. reduce the permitted pumpage from the eleven existing wellfields listed on

.-22 Exhibit 5 to one hundred twenty-one (121) million gallons per day annual average
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1 by December 31, 2002, and to ninety (90) million gallons per day annual average

2 by December 31, 2007 as riplaCemluen water supply fCti d by

3 DfSTWIC,

4 C. end existing litigation and administrative hearings and minimize future litigation

5 and administrative hearings between the parties to this AGREEMENT; and

6 D. provide a process for the DISTRICT to provide financial assistance to the

7 AUTHORITY to achieve objectives 1.A. and 1.B. above.

8 2. DEVELOPMENT OF NEW WATER SUPPLY FACILITIES.

9 A. The AUTHORITY has prepared and approved a Master Water Plan. The Master

10 Water Plan proposes to provide a total of an annual average of eighty-five million gallons per

11 day (85 mgd) of new water supply capacity for regional distribution to the AUTHORITY

12 MEMBERS by December 31, 2007. The AUTHORITY proposes to develop this new capacity

13 in two phases. In PHASE I the AUTHORITY plans to provide an annual average of thirty-eight

14 million gallons per day (38 mgd) of new capacity. In PHASE II the AUTHORITY plans to

15 provide an annual average of forty-seven million gallons per day (47 mgd) of additional new

16 capacity for a total of 85 mgd of new water capacity. The potential water supply sources for the

17 85 mgd are listed on Exhibit 7.

18 B. By July 1, 1998, the AUTHORITY shall prepare and submit to the DISTRICT a

19 PHASE I water facilities plan (PHASE I PLAN), which, upon construction, shall provide at least

20 an annual average of 38 mgd of new capacity referenced in paragraph 2.A., and a PHASE II

21 water facilities plan (PHASE II PLAN), which, upon construction, shall provide at least an

22 annual average of 85 mgd of additional new capacity referenced in paragraph 2.A. inclusive of

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1 PHASE I capacity. By December 31, 2002, and necmber 31, 20 the AUTHORITY shall

2 have the PHASE I PLAN ad PHRSE II PLA new water supply facilities constructed, in

3 operation and capable of producing an annual average quantities f 38 mngd and 47 mngd quantity

4 ofemgd of new water, respectively, for regional distribution to the AUTHORITY
B& December 31, Zoo7, iWe AVnr4VeIi 41 11 hod e: tLe P1I 3lJ vW "VaA-
5 MEMBERS. ,pP9u &6Cjl'i CMhs. t4 A jL/ opt1aokV aOd CapaQI ol pVodvtUA 0Mn 0mti
oam qwtivat1hio 85 w naA, ivCiif< o4 ftka -5 t4d4 cl"d'( H x P TIi, of wM) wakY f(
6 C. At a minimum the PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN shall identify the 4ft 1 C ,4

7 following:

8 (1) the proposed sources) of water;

9 (2) the estimated amount of water to be produced from each proposed source;

10 (3) when the proposed sources) shall be in operation and available for

11 regional distribution to the AUTHORITY MEMBERS;

12 (4) the estimated cost of constructing the water supply facilities associated

13 with each proposed source; and

14 (5) the expected funding sources, including how much and when DISTRICT

15 funding pursuant to this AGREEMENT shall be required.

16 The PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN-shall coisist of may include, but not

17 necessarily be limited to the projects listed on Exhibit 7.

18 D. The AUTHORITY shall keep the DISTRICT advised of the AUTHORITY's

19 planning and progress toward completion of the PHASE I and PHASE II PLANS. By April 1,

20 1998. the AUTHORITY shall meet with the DISTRICT staff to discuss the details of the

21 AUTHORITY's July 1. 1998 PHASE I and PHASE II PLAN submittals. at which time the

,.-2 AUTHORITY shall provide the DISTRICT with a current draft of the submittals. The









1 AUTHORITY shall furnish the DISTRICT with an original and 11 copies of the PHASE I and

2 PHASE II PLANS in final form, as soon as they are available. The AUTHORITY's requested

3 funding shall be consistent with Exhibits 1. 2 and 3.

4 E Within ninety (90) days of receipt of the PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN,

5 the DISTRICT shall provide in writing to the AUTHORITY listing of the water supply facilities

6 for which the DISTRICT will provide funding, the amount of funding and the terms under which

7 said funds will be made available to the AUTHORITY: provided, nevertheless, that both the

8 commitment to fund and the amount of funding shall be subject to issuance of all necessary

9 governmental permits and approvals in accordance with the following subparagraphs. The

10 DISTRICT's response shall be consistent with Exhibits 1. 2 and 3. The parties acknowledge that

11 the actual cost of funding a particular project will be unknown until such time as a water use

12 permit and any and all other governmental permits and approvals are obtained.

13 F By December 31. 1998. the AUTHORITY shall have filed all permit applications

14 for new water supply sources identified in the PHASE I and PHASE II PLANS. Within 60 days

15 of the DISTRICT's receipt from the AUTHORITY of written evidence of the issuance of all

16 necessary permits and approvals by all appropriate governmental authorities for a particular

17 project (or within 60 days of the DISTRICT's issuance of a water use permit where such is

18 required), the DISTRICT shall advise the AUTHORITY in writing of the amount of funds that

19 will be made available for such project. The DISTRICT's funding shall be consistent with

20 Exhibits 1, 2 and 3

21 ,. The AUTHORITY shall keep the DISTRICT informed of the progress of

22 implementation of any and all projects for development of new water supply sources, and shall:

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1 furnish the DISTRICT such information as is necessary and appropriate toward this end. In

2 addition, the AUTHORITY shall provide such additional information, and take such other steps

3 to keep the DISTRICT informed of progress as may be required by the terms of the

4 DISTRICT's written commitment for funding.

5 H, Any modification of the AUTHORITY's PHASE I PLAN or PHASE II PLAN

6 shall require the written approval of the DISTRICT. which approval shall not be unreasonably

7 withheld. Any amendment shall be consistent with Exhibits 1. 2 and 3.

8 Dl-. Witin ninety (90) day ufi_ zipl ufl e- PH--- ASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN



10 for which it will pi uvid funding, the ainunt of funding and tie teriis under wldi h aid funds

S11 will be available lo tu ll HORITYu Tlil aiUuilt oU ffidin tiL DISTRiCT will piuvidL shall

12 be consistent willi ExAibit 1.

13 E. Tlhe P IASE I PLAN iand P HASE II PLAN mai ty be amm iud f i ni tiii tlu iiiL a

14 deen.ed appiupiiaLt by tir AUTHIORITY. Provided, huwuvi, in nIu venl shall the aniuntl of

15 new capaity to be produced in PIIASE I be lUs than 38 imgd and the total new capacity les

16 than 85 i gd. Fulr the, these a counts uf watue supply capacity shall be co m te tLu tlhe igiunal

17 diliibuUtiUn sys irn and available tlu AUTHORI TY MEMIVBERS iinu laLi itLiai DiLLmbei 31, 2002

18 and Decembue 31, 2007, espectively. Nu-T ing herein shall be consli.ed tou pe vent th

19 AUTHIORITY frumi bringing imu now watir supply vi un line l eat liei date) The

20 information iquired in paragraph 2.C. abouv shall auso be provided fOi any plan am ndmin~t.

21 fulluwin. tire AUTI ORITY'fs appiuval uf a arnidmuilnt lu ltl PHIASE I PLANi ui PH iASE II

22 LLA Llth aitndientL shall be fouiwai dd tu the DISTRICT fui liL review. Wliin niiiney (90)7

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1 days f eceipt of said amendment, the DISTRICT shall advise the AUTHORIITY in waiting

2 Vich wavate supply facilities it will fund, the aulount of funding for each facility and the terns

3 under whch said funds will be available to th AUTHORITY. The amount of funding the

4 DISTRICT will povid shall be consistent with Ehibit 1 o as may be fatrthe agreed upon in

5 writing between the pat

6 -FI. With respect to providing the information required by paragraph

7 2.C.(5) above, the information shall be consistent with the schedule and limitations reflected on

8 Exhibits 1,-and 2 and 3 and consistent with the requirements of paragraph 2.H J. below.

9 -. The AUT RITY shall hslave ih ultimnatIe i sp ibility foL tle planning,

10 Cnstiruction and opeaitiin of all the wvvat supply facilities piuvided four hein.

11 H-L Subject to the limitations provided herein, the DISTRICT agrees to provide up to

12 one hundred eighty-three million dollars ($183,000,000.00) to be used by the AUTHORITY for

13 the development of new alternative potable water supply facilities and regionally significant

14 transmission pipelines approved and constructed pursuant to paragiaplh 2. D. and 2.E. abuve

15 this AGREEMENT. DISTRICT funds shall be made available in accordance with the schedule

16 and limitations reflected on Exhibits 1, and 2 and 3. At such time as the AUTHORITY and

17 DISTRICT are prepared to develop a specific project which the DISTRICT has agreed to fund

18 pursuant to para grap1h 2.D. and 2.E. under this AGREEMENT, the AUTHORITY and

19 DISTRICT shall enter a supplemental agreement similar in nature to the model agreement

20 attached as Exhibit 3, which will detail the terms and conditions by which DISTRICT funds will

21 be disbursed for the specific project. PROVIDED, HOWEVER, the DISTRICT shall restrict the

22 use of its funds to alternative potable water supply sources and regionally significant

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1 transmission pipelines as determined pursuant uto paragaphs 2.D. and 2.E. abv hereto.

2 DISTRICT funding shall be provided to the AUTHORITY for construction costs on a cost

3 sharing basis consistent with Exhibits 1, 2 and 3 unless other wise prpusd by te

4 AUTh OR Y mid approved by the DISTRICT. In the event the AUTHORITY elects to pursue

5 alternative potable water supply sources and regionally significant transmission pipelines other

6 than those listed on Exhibit-+ 7, it will be necessary to obtain specific DISTRICT approval in

7 order to receive DISTRICT funding for the additional projects. Nutiding hirein shall be

8 constuied to iequile th DISTRICT to participate in funding a additional p ojeIct except thuse

9 listed un Exhibit 1. Funding prticipation in any such additional project shall be at tle

10 DISTRICTS sule di section.

11 f-f K. Beginning on July 1, 1999, and each July 1 thereafter until the PHASE I

12 PLAN facilities and PHASE II PLAN facilities are constructed and fully operational, the

13 AUTHORITY shall prepare and submit to the DISTRICT an annual report that describes in

14 detail the progress that has been made toward implementation of the PHASE I PLAN facilities

15 and the PHASE II PLAN facilities.

16 -- L. With respect to any water use permits required under Part II of Chapter 373,

17 Florida Statutes, for the potable water supply facilities developed pursuant to the PHASE I

18 PLAN or PHASE II PLAN, the AUTHORITY may apply for and the DISTRICT shall issue such

19 permits if the facility meets the criteria for issuance. The permits shall be issued for a duration of

20 20 years unless reasonable assurances can not be provided that the permitting criteria will be met

21 for this duration in which case twenty (20) yea wa use peit if authauized undeu Chpte

-.22 373, Flurida Statutoe, othe wise, permits may be issued for shorter durations which reflect the.

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1 period for which such reasonable assurances can be provided. Provided, t evr in no event

2 shalf If reasonable assurances are provided. the term of these permits shall not expire prior to

3 December 31, 2010.

4 K- M. If at-,ny-time the DISTRICT fails at any time to provide the monies

5 described in paragraph 2.H-f. L in aucr dan ce with Exdibits 1 and 2, this AGREEMENT shall

6 become null and void and the AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS shall not be

7 required to comply with any further reductions in pumpage required by this AGREEMENT. For

8 example: assume (1) the DISTRICT provides funding for PHASE I facilities as required, (2)

9 PHASE I is completed, (3) pumpage is reduced to 121 mgd and (4) the DISTRICT decides not to

10 provide any additional funding. Since the DISTRICT elected not to fund any additional projects

11 in contravention of this AGREEMENT, there would be no further reductions in pumpage

12 required under this AGREEMENT. In such event the AUTHORITY shall make application for

13 modifications of the consolidated permits and the DISTRICT shall modify the permits consistent

14 with the foregoing,

15 f- N. The AUTHORITY shall expedite the preparation and filing of all permit

16 applications for the development of new water supply facilities. In addition, the AUTHORITY

17 shall provide timely, full and complete responses to the DISTRICT's request for additional

18 information. The DISTRICT shall give priority to, and expedite action; on, any approvals or

19 permits permit applications submitted pursuant to this AGREEMENT. The DISTRICT and

20 AUTHORITY also agree to have pre-application conferences designed to help the AUTHORITY

21 file a complete application.

22 3. RECOVERY PLAN










A. Appropriate provisions of this AGREEMENT shall constitute part of the

2 DISTRICT'S recovery strategy for the Northern Tampa Bay area as provided for in

3 373.0421(2), F.S. More specifically, as part of the DISTRICT's phased recovery strategy for

4 the Northern Tampa Bay area, the AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS agree that by

5 December 31, 2002, the total annual average daily quantity permitted for withdrawal from the

6 eleven listed water supply facilities shall be one hundred twenty-one (121) mgd, and by

7 December 31, 2007, the total annual average daily quantity permitted for withdrawal from the

8 eleven listed water facilities shall be ninety (90) mgd. The eleven water supply facilities are

9 listed on Exhibit 5 attached hereto.

10 B. By December 31, 2002, and thereafter, the combined production from the eleven

11 listed wellfields shall not exceed 121 mgd on an annual average basis. By December 31, 2007,

12 and thereafter, the combined production from the eleven listed wellfields shall not exceed 90

13 mgd on an annual average basis. Upon the effective date of this AGREEMENT, the

14 AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS shall operate the eleven listed wellfields in a

15 manner that minimizes their combined annual average production by utilizing other available

16 regional supply services to the extent practical.

17 C. With the intent to clarify and constrain operational practices for the eleven listed

18 wellfields, the AUTHORITY shall submit to the DISTRICT by July 1, 1998, an operations plan

19 that describes how the AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS shall operate the eleven

20 listed wellfields in order to ensure environmental stresses are minimized in the vicinity of those

21 wellfields. The operations plan shall provide details by which the AUTHORITY and

-22 AUTHORITY MEMBERS will operate the eleven listed wellfields such that water level

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1 elevations in specified surficial aquifer monitor wells are maximized in the aggregate. Said

2 operations plan shall be subject to the review and approval of the DISTRICT.

3 D. As an additional effort to reduce environmental stresses, at any time prior to

4 December 31, 2007, that new water supply facilities are added to the AUTHORITY's

5 interconnected regional system, a minimum of 50% of the average annual permitted capacity

6 from such new facilities that exceeds nevv drrmand shall be used to reduce production from the

7 eleven listed wellfields. Said reduction may be greater and shall be determined at or prior to the

8 time the new facility is placed in operation. Said determination shall be based on the current and

9 projected demand. The reduction among the eleven listed wellfields shall be such that two-thirds

10 65% of that reduction is achieved at wellfields located within Pasco County and-one-third 35%

11 of that reduction is achieved at wellfields located within Hillsborough County, on an annual

12 basis. Said reductions shall be subject to approval by the DISTRICT.

13 E. Since this AGREEMENT contemplates the Hillsborough River as part of the

14 regional water supply system, the DISTRICT agrees to continue to rulemaking under Chapter

15 120, Florida Statutes, and-proposes has proposed the following minimum flows for the

16 Hillsborough River, as published in the Florida Administration Weekly on September 19, 1997:

17 "(1) Minimum Flows For the Lower Hillsborough River

18 (a) For the purposes of Minimum Flows, the Lower Hillsborough River is

19 defined as the river downstream of Fletcher Avenue. The Lower Hillsborough River includes

20 Sulphur Springs, an artesian spring that enters the river via a short spring run located 2.2 miles

21 downstream of the Hillsborough River.










1 (b) The Minimum Flow for the Lower Hillsborough River at the base of the

2 City of Tampa's dam shall be ten (10) cubic feet per second (cfs) when the surface water

3 elevation at USGS gauge 02304500 is at or above 20.0 feet NGVD and 0.0 cfs when the surface

4 water elevation is below 20.0 feet NGVD. This Minimum Flow has been determined based on

5 the structural alterations in and along the River and the dependence of viable ecological

6 communities downstream of the dam with flows from the Hillsborough River Reservoir and

7 Sulphur Springs. The City of Tampa may meet this flow requirement by diverting flow from

8 Sulphur Springs or the Reservoir. The required flows will become effective January 1, 1999.

9 (c) The District will establish a Minimum Flow for Sulphur Springs in the

10 future. As part of that process the District will evaluate if additional flows from Sulphur Springs

11 are available to supplement the Minimum Flow for the Hillsborough River at the base of the City

12 of Tampa's dam."

13 Subject to all the procedural requirements of Chapters 120 and 373, Florida Statutes, and

14 without prejudice to any person's or party's rights under these chapters, the DISTRICT agrees to

15 move expeditiously to adopt a minimum flow on the Hillsborough River.

16 4. PERMIT.

17 A. The parties hereto agree that a consolidated water use permit covering all of the

18 wellfields that provide water to the AUTHORITY would be beneficial. In order to have a

19 consolidated water use permit the DISTRICT. AUTHORITY, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY,

20 PASCO COUNTY. PINELLAS COUNTY and ST. PETERSBURG agree to incorporate the

21 terms and conditions of individual water use permits for the South Pasco. Cosme-Odessa,

,22 Section 21 and Northwest Hillsborough wellfields into the consolidated water use permit. It is

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1 the intent of the parties that the consolidated water use permit dealing with the South Pasco

2 Cosme-Odessa. Section 21 and Northwest Hillsborough wellfields will be done pursuant to a

3 Final Order of the DISTRICT and will not create a new point of entry to challenge the terms and

4 conditions governing these wellfields. However, it is not the intent of the parties hereto to limit

5 or restrict in any way a substantially affected party's rights under Chapter 120. Florida Statutes,

6 as to the terms and conditions of the consolidated water use permit as it relates to the wellfields
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7 other than South Pasco. Section 21. Cosme-Odessa and Northwest hillsborough Regional

8 B, The DISTRICT. AUTHORITY, HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, PASCO

9 COUNTY PINELLAS COUNTY, and ST. PETERSBURG hereby voluntarily agree and

10 stipulate to settle all issues in DOAH Case Nos. 95-1520. 95-1521. 95-1522. 95-1523. 95-1525,

11 95-1526. 95-1527 and 95-1528 by contemporaneously executing the Stipulation And Settlement

12 Agreement attached as Exhibit 8.

13 A.C. Consistent with the terms and conditions of this AGREEMENT, the DISTRICT

14 hereby gives notice of its proposed agency action to approve a consolidated water use permit for

15 all of the wellfields listed on Exhibit 5 and the South-Central Hillsborough Regional wellfield

16 located in eastern Hillsborough County. A copy of the proposed permit is attached as Exhibit 6.

17 BD E NuL'ing in dlis AGREENlENT hafll be tied ar aa p.inii vvli. au a izeL

18 any paily uto enag in aiy activity or watLi use.

19 C E uN niulhiug in tlis AGREEEiNT hall cunitiute a waivi by any ufli p laie

20 heto of any lights they may have unde Cha.pls 120 and 373, flida Statute. Frilm1,

21 nothing in this AGRELiENT shall be unsliu.ed u linmi uo waive tih lights uf any inui-paity

22 undu Cliapt. 120 and 373, Flu.ida Gtalut.s.










1 D. f1- the event tie pries fail to ag.ee on a permit fo1 these vellfe d1s that "i

2 substLaLially consistent witi Lthe proposed permit attached a Exitibit 6, L -is AGREEiENT is

3 nullfand-void

4 5. LAND ACQUISITION.

5 A. If requested by the AUTHORITY in writing within 30 days of the approval of this

6 AGREEMENT, the DISTRICT shall endeavor to negotiate in good faith by July 1, 1998,

7 agreements for the acquisition or transfer of leasehold interests or fee simple title to all wellfield

8 real property described on Exhibit 4 utilizing Water Management Lands Trust funds. Once the

9 DISTRICT acquires the applicable legal interest in said real property, the DISTRICT and

10 AUTHORITY shall enter a license AGREEMENT for operation and maintenance of the property

11 by the AUTHORITY, including improvements and facilities.

12 B. The DISTRICT shall provide Water Management Lands Trust funds in an amount

13 of up to one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) per acre, or as otherwise indicated on

14 Exhibit 4, to acquire fee simple title, or an appropriate leasehold interest, to the wellfield

15 properties listed on Exhibit 4, subject to required approvals, compliance with all applicable

16 statutory and rule criteria, and availability of funds. Said Water Management Lands Trust funds

17 shall be made available in accordance with Exhibit 4.

18 C. The AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS agree to negotiate in good

19 faith the sale of their respective wellfields and properties identified in Exhibit 4, as well as

20 development of any license AGREEMENT contemplated by paragraph 5. A. above.
21 6. CONSERVATION AND REVISE
21 6. CONSERVATION AND REVISE










1 A. The AUTHORITY's current Master Water Plan indicates an aggressive

2 conservation and demand management program is an integral component of a sustainable water

3 supply. The Master Water Plan provides that the conservation program is expected to reduce

4 use by 10 mgd (annual average) by 2000 and 17 mgd (annual average) by 2005. These

5 reductions are reflected in AUTHORITY'S projected water needs. The AUTHORITY and

6 AUTHORITY MEMBERS shall continue the development and construction of conservation and

7 reclaimed water projects, and shall annually report, as part of the report required by paragraph 2.f

8 K., on the status of such project.

9 B. The DISTRICT, in conjunction with the appropriate basin boards, shall

10 collectively fund, to the extent authorized by law, approximately nine million dollars

11 ($9,000,000.00) per year for conservation and reclaimed water projects that effectively reduce

12 potable water use. This collective funding shall be continued for ten (10) years and shall be

13 provided to the AUTHORITY, AUTHORITY MEMBERS and other local governments in

14 Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas Counties on a 50/50 cost sharing basis.

15 C. No later than January 1, 2008. the AUTHORITY shall maintain a per capital water

16 rate equal to or less than 110 gpd.

17 7. ADDITIONAL FUNDING

18 A. The AUTHORITY and DISTRICT shall jointly and cooperatively approach the

19 Florida Legislature and U.S. Congress to seek additional funding for construction of water

20 supply facilities and land acquisition, but such funding shall not be a condition precedent to the

21 effectiveness of the AGREEMENT.










1 B. By July 1, 1998, and upon the request of ST. PETERSBURG, the DISTRICT

2 shall endeavor to negotiate in good faith AGREEMENTs for the acquisition of fee simple title to

3 the~- ai Randi aid Weeki Wachee Springs properties owned by PINELLAS and ST.

4 PETERSBURG-respectively. The DISTRICT shall request Conservation and Recreation Lands

5 (C.A.R.L.) funds for the acquisition of these properties in amounts not to exceed the amounts set

6 forth in Exhibit 4 subject to applicable C.A.R.L. and statutory requirements and availability of

7 funds.

8 8. ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND ADMINISTRATIVE

9 PROVISIONS.

10 A. As an alternative to the high cost of administrative proceedings, litigation and

11 appeals, the DISTRICT, AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS shall establish a

12 scientific peer review process in conjunction with establishment of the Water Consortium set

13 forth in paragraph 8.C. below.

14 B. To the extent DISTRICT rules or orders may need to be revised to accomplish the

15 terms of this AGREEMENT, the parties agree to cooperate in making such changes. Further, the

16 DISTRICT agrees to consider rule variances and waivers pursuant to 120.542, Florida Statutes,

17 if necessary, to effectuate this AGREEMENT.

18 C. Within 90 days after the effective date of this AGREEMENT, the DISTRICT and

19 AUTHORITY shall provide two million dollars ($2,000,000.00) each to establish and endow a

20 Water Consortium within the Environmental Science and Policy Program of the University of

21 South Florida. This Water Consortium shall be an independent entity which will review issues

-222 related to water sources, as may be jointly requested by the parties in order to minimize the

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1 conflicts between the AUTHORITY and DISTRICT and reduce or eliminate any need for further

2 costly litigation.

3 D. The parties agree that nothing herein shall be construed to modify any existing

4 rules or orders, including permits, of the DISTRICT. All new rules or orders or changes or

5 amendments to existing DISTRICT rules and orders shall be subject to all the requirements of

6 Chapter 120, Florida Statutes and Chapter 373, Florida Statutes.

7 9. FUNDING. Pursuant to various paragraphs in this AGREEMENT, the DISTRICT, in

8 some instances in conjunction with appropriate basin boards and the State of Florida, is to

9 provide funds for new water supply facilities (see paragraph 2-1+- L), real property (see

10 paragraphs 5.A., 5.B. and 7.B.) and conservation and reclaimed water projects (see paragraph

11 6.B.) Availability of this funding is subject to all applicable requirements of law.

12 10. LAW COMPLIANCE. Each party shall comply with all applicable federal, state and

13 local laws, rules, regulations and ordinances relative to performance under this AGREEMENT.

14 11. ASSIGNMENT. No party may assign or transfer its rights or obligations under this

15 AGREEMENT.

16 12. THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES. Nothing in this AGREEMENT shall be construed to

17 benefit any person or entity not a party to this AGREEMENT.

18 13. MODIFICATIONS. This AGREEMENT constitutes the entire AGREEMENT between

19 the parties and may be amended only in writing, signed by all parties to this AGREEMENT.

20 14. DOCUMENTS: The following documents are attached and made a part of this

21 AGREEMENT.

22 Exhibit #1 S Proposed Funding fu wRWSA ,

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1 Exhibit #2 SWFWMD Annual Funding

2 Exhibit #3 Model Agreement For Water Facility Development

3 Exhibit #4 Wellfield Ownership, Acreage and Valuations

4 Exhibit #5 List of Water Facilities

5 Exhibit #6 Recovery Qantities Consolidate Permit

6 Exhibit #7 Potential Water Supply Sources

7 Exhibit #8 Stipulation And Settlement Agreement

8 In the event of a conflict of agreement terminology, priority shall first be given to the

9 language in the body of this AGREEMENT, then to the exhibits.

10 15. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. The parties lack an adequate remedy at law and,

11 therefore, no party hereto shall be liable to any other party or its directors, officers, employees,

12 agents or representatives for any indirect, incidental, special, consequential or punitive damages,

13 however caused, whether in contract, tort, strict liability, warranty or otherwise, as a consequence

14 of its negligence or in the performance or failure to perform under this AGREEMENT; provided,

15 however, the parties agree that the terms of this AGREEMENT shall be enforceable by an action

16 for specific performance, unless a party's failure to perform results from, or is due to, the action

17 of any person, organization or entity that is not a party to this AGREEMENT.

18 16. EFFECTIVE DATE. This AGREEMENT shall become effective when approved by all

19 parties and when all AUTHORITY MEMBERS have executed the voluntary interlocal

20 AGREEMENT provided for in 373.1963(1), Florida Statutes (as amended by Chapter 97-160,

21 Laws of Florida), but in no event later than January 31, 1998. In the event the AUTHORITY










1 MEMBERS have failed to execute the voluntary interlocal AGREEMENT by January 31, 1998,

2 this AGREEMENT shall be void and of no effect.

3 17. EXTENSION OF TIME. The time for performance by any party hereto of any obligation

4 required of it by this AGREEMENT may be extended upon strict compliance with the provisions

5 of this paragraph.

6 A. The time for performance of an obligation required of a party may be

7 extended only if the party seeking the time extension is prevented from timely fulfilling an

8 obligation required of it under this AGREEMENT due to a judicial or administrative proceeding

9 or the failure of the DISTRICT to propose agency action on permit applications for development

10 of new water supply facilities filed by the AUTHORITY under paragraph 2 of this

11 AGREEMENT in a timely manner.

12 B. A party seeking an extension of time for performance of any obligation

13 under this AGREEMENT shall notify all other parties of its intention to obtain such time

14 extension as soon as such party becomes aware of an administrative or judicial proceeding, or

15 permit application review delay, which might constitute a basis for a time extension so that all

16 other parties hereto may take appropriate action to protect their interests in this AGREEMENT.

17 Further, such party seeking the extension shall timely and deligently pursue all remedies to

18 successfully resolve the proceeding, or permit application review delay, which is the basis for the

19 extension, and shall cooperate fully with all other parties hereto in seeking such resolution so that

20 such parties' delay in performance may be minimized. Further, a party which becomes aware of

21 facts which might later reasonably result in a basis for a time extension shall immediately notify










" 1 all other parties hereto of such facts and cooperate fully with all other parties hereto in seeking to

2 resolve the matter so that no extension is required.

3 C. A party shall be entitled to an extension of time for the performance of an

4 obligation hereunder only for such time as is required to resolve the proceeding or delay in

5 review of permit application, giving rise to the time extension so that the party may then perform

6 their obligation. Such party in its initial notice under paragraph 14.B. shall in good faith estimate

7 the amount of time by which its performance must be extended and shall revise such estimate

8 and provide notice thereof to all parties hereto as required by subsequent events so that all parties

9 hereto are at all time kept fully informed. The time for performance of obligations of any party

10 to this AGREEMENT which is dependent upon an obligation of another party for the

11 performance of which time has been extended hereunder shall be automatically extended for an

12 equal period of time.

13 18. This AGREEMENT shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of

14 the State of Florida.

15 19. Time is of the essence in this AGREEMENT.

16 20. Notwithstanding any language contained herein, this AGREEMENT shall not be

17 construed to limit the regulatory authority of the DISTRICT in the event this AGREEMENT is

18 rendered null and void.

19 21. This AGREEMENT shall expire on December 31, 2010.

20 22. TERMINATION. This AGREEMENT and all permits approved pursuant to this

21 AGREEMENT shall terminate immediately if any of the following occur: (1) except as provided

22 for in paragraph 2.J.. any party hereto breaches any material provision of this AGREEMENT: (2)

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1 the Amended And Restated Interlocal Agreement that reorganizes the AUTHORITY pursuant to

2 373.1963(1) Florida Statutes, is terminated; or (3) the DISTRICT fails to render final order

3 approving the consolidated water use permit described in paragraph-s 4.C.

4 23. Nothing herein shall be construed to limit the DISTRICT's authority to respond to

5 emergencies.

6 24. Nothing herein shall be construed to require any party hereto to act in a manner contrary

7 to applicable law.

8 25. E. Except to the extent specifically waived herein.-N nothing in this AGREEMENT

9 shall constitute a waiver by any of the parties hereto of any rights they may have under Chapters

10 120 and 373, Florida Statutes. Further, nothing in this AGREEMENT shall be construed to limit

11 or waive the rights of any non-party under Chapters 120 and 373. Florida Statutes.

12 26. In addition to the voluntary dismissal of the DOAH cases listed in paragraph 4.B.. the

13 appropriate parties hereto agree to voluntarily dismiss the following cases:

14 A, Pinellas County. Florida v. Southwest Florida Water Management District, et al..

15 Case No. 97-00767. in the Fifth District Court of Appeal.

16 B

17

18 Further, the parties hereto agree that they will not file any rule challenges under Chapter 120,

19 Florida Statutes, of the amendments to Chapters 40D-2. 40D-4. 40D-8 and 40D-80, Florida

20 Administrative Code. that are consistent with this AGREEMENT.











27. In order to effectuate the terms and conditions of this AGREEMENT it is necessary for

the DISTRICT to waive or grant variances to its rules. Set out below are the rules for which

waivers or variances are necessary:


Within thirty (30) days of the effective date of this AGREEMENT, the AUTHORITY shall file a

petition pursuant to 120.542. Florida Statutes requesting such waivers and variances.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto, or their lawful representatives, have executed this

AGREEMENT on the day and year set forth next to their signature below.



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SUPPLY AUTHORITY


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West Coast Regional Water Sunolv Authority


2535 Landmark Dr. Suite 211 e Clearwater, FL 33761
Hillsborough (813) 996-2835 Pinellas (813) 796-2355



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oviding its members with adequate and
ble supplies of high quality water to meet
3t and future needs in an environmentally
and economically sound manner.


Steel, Hector & Davis


FAX NUMBER: 850-222-8410


FROM:


Jerry L. Maxwell


COMMENTS :


This is my best effort to revise section 2-K consistent with the last


meeting and conversations with financial advisors to the Authority and the District.





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K. The DISTRICT upon execution of the AGREEMENT shall deposit with a
Trustee (a National Banking Institution) a sum of $100,000,000 dollars for the benefit
of and use by the AUTHORITY for the development of alternative water supply
sources and regional interconnection facilities as the Initial Funding Requirement. The
Initial Funding Requirement may be comprised of an initial cash amount not less than
$60,000,000 and a $40,000,000 credit secured by a financial institution letter of credit
or surety policy subject to terms and conditions acceptable to the AUTHORITY. The
DISTRICT shall annually deposit funds in accordance with Exhibit 2 to the Trust by
December 1 of each year until the Trust balance equals the total appropriation through
2007 according to Exhibit 2. The trustee shall disperse to the AUTHORITY from the
proceeds in the Trust, annually, an amount that is equal to the matching appropriations
to be made by the DISTRICT under the terms of the AGREEMENT starting fiscal year
1999 and thereafter to 2007. The proceeds from the Trust and the DISTRICT's
appropriation shall be used for purposes consistent with the PARTNERSHIP
AGREEMENT. Should the DISTRICT fail to deposit funds for projects consistent with
the terms of the PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT and approved by the AUTHORITY in
any year, the Trustee shall disperse all funds to the AUTHORITY held as the Initial
Funding Requirement including the funds drawn under the letter of credit or surety
policy as damages to the AUTHORITY. Such proceeds shall be used by the
AUTHORITY for the development of alternative water supply sources and regional
interconnects on facilities.
In addition to the dispersal of funds from the Trust in the event of failure to
appropriate and deposit by the DISTRICT, this AGREEMENT shall become null and
void and the AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS shall not be required to
comply with any further reductions in permitted pumpage provided for herein. For
example: assume (1) the DISTRICT provides funding for PHASE I facilities as
required, (2) PHASE I is completed, (3) permitted pumpage is reduced to 121 mgd and
(4) the DISTRICT decided not to provide any additional funding. Since the DISTRICT
elected not to fund any additional projects in contravention to this AGREEMENT, there
would be no further reductions in the permitted pumpage under this AGREEMENT.
The permitted pumpage would remain at 121 mgd since the DISTRICT did not provide
funding for facilities that brought about this reduction in pumpage.


NO. 618 002















MICHAEL R. CAREY
DOUGLAS P. MANSON
RANDALL P. MUELLER
ANDREW M. O'MALLEY
JACK R. PEPPER, JR
DANIEL D. WHITAKER


CAREY, O'MALLEY, WHITAKER & MANSON, PA.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SUITE 1190
100 SOUTH ASHLEY DRIVE
POST OFFICE BOX 499
TAMPA, FLORIDA 33601-0499


January 2, 1998


TELEPHONE: (813) 221-8210
FACSIMILE: (813) 221-1430


Jake Varn, Esquire
Steel Hector & Davis LLP
Suite 601
215 South Monroe Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301-1804


ScCE tVED



eeHector & avis


Re: Draft Partnership Plan

Dear Jake:

I understand that at the partnership meeting on December 9, 1997, you indicated that
language in the statutory revisions contained in Chapter 97-160 which could prevent the District
from issuing a 20-year water use permit. We have reviewed Chapter 97-160 in its entirety and
can find no provision which limits the District's ability to issue 20-year permits. While Section
373.236(1), Fla. Stat., has been revised to provide that permits may be issued for durations
shorter than twenty years to reflect the period for which reasonable assurances can be provided,
this new statutory language only provides an exception to the mandatory requirement that permits
"shall be granted for a period of twenty years."

In addition, a third paragraph has also been added to this statute section which provides
a mechanism for maintaining reasonable assurance that conditions for issuance of a 20-year
permit can continue to be met by allowing the District to require a compliance report from the
permitted every five years during the term of the permit. We believe that these revisions to
373.236, Fla. Stat., provides for the issuance of 20-year permits. We suggest that 2.J. on p.
8 of the December 3, 1997 draft be amended to read as follows:

J. With respect to any water use permits required under Part
II of Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, for the potable water










Jake Varn, Esquire
January 2, 1998
Page 2


supply facilities developed pursuant to the PHASE I Plan or
PHASE II Plan, the AUTHORITY may apply for and the
District shall issue twenty (20) year water use permits if


the period for whih easnable assuran,, es can,,, be provided.
PrnVi-4fd h-p.' r in n' W'--pnt -.hn! t.a tr-m. .Qf- tL --


permit. exiFle pi Stat.
bN 373.236, Fla. Stat.


D.Ceber 31. "200.as provided for


Please call if you have any questions or wish to discuss the suggested revision.

Sincerely,

CAREY, O'MALLEY, WHITAKER & MANSON, P.A.


Douglas 4nson


DM:sd


CAREY, O'MALLEY, WHITAKER & MANSON, PA.
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1 clear direction as to each entity's respective role in ensuring that sufficient water is available for

2 all existing and future reasonable beneficial uses and natural systems, while avoiding the

3 adverse effects of competition for water supplies; and

4 WHEREAS, the 1997 Legislature has made it clear that the proper role of the water

5 management districts in water supply is primarily planning and water resource development and

6 the proper role of local government and regional water supply authorities is primarily water

7 supply development; and

8 WHEREAS, the AUTHORITY, AUTHORITY MEMBERS, and DISTRICT agree that it

9 is in the best interest of all the parties and the public they collectively serve to work together

10 toward accomplishing their respective statutory responsibilities, including the coordination and

S1 development of new and additional water supplies to meet existing and future demands of the

12 Northern Tampa Bay area in such a manner as will give priority to reducing adverse

13 environmental effects of improper or excessive withdrawals of water from concentrated areas.

14 NOW, THEREFORE, the AUTHORITY, AUTHORITY MEMBERS and DISTRICT, in

15 consideration of the mutual terms, covenants and conditions set forth herein, agree as follows:

16 1. OBJECTIVES OF THE AGREEMENT. 1h4 par-es hereto ... .it by this

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18 d develop at least eighty-five million gallons per day (85 mgd) annual average of

19 ), Ifq1 new water supply capacity for regional distribution to the AUTHORITY

20 MEMBERS through th AUTHORITY by December 31, 2007,

21 B. reduce the permitted pumpage om the eleven existing wellfields listed on

22 Exhibit 5 to one hundred twenty-one (121) million gallons per day annual average

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1 by December 31, 2002, and to ninety (90) million gallons per day annual average

2 by December 3 1, 2007 repa t at pply faciies ae permitted by the



4 C. endxisting litigation and administrative hearings and minimize future litigation

5 and administrative hearings between the parties this AGREEMENTq aeP
D.9^4c t6dr*4'iS 4 o1 6 D. a process for the DISTRICT to provide financial assistance to the

7 AUTHORITY to achieve objectives l.A. and I.B. above.

8 2. DEVELOPMENT OF NEW WATER SUPPLY FACILITIES.

A. The AUTHORITY has prepared and approved a Master Water Plan. The Master

' r Wa rPazL.roposes to provide a total of an annual average of eighty-five million gallons per

11 day (85 mgd) of new water supply capacity for regional distribution to the AUTHORITY

12 MEMBERS by December 31, 2007. The AUTHORITY proposes to develop this new capacity

13 in two phases. In PHASE I the AUTHORITY plans to provide an annual average othirty-eight

14 million gallons per day (38 mgd) of new capacity. In PHASE II the AUTHORITY plans to

15 provide an annual average o forty-seven million gallons per day (47 mgd) of additional new

16 capacity for a total ot mgd of new water capacity. The potential water supply sources for the

17 85 mgd are listed on Exhibit 7.

18 B. By July 1, 1998, the AUTHORITY shall prepare and submit to the DISTRICT a

19 PHASE I water facilities plan (PHASE I PLAN), which, upon construction, shall provide at least

20 an annual average of 38 mgd of new capacity referenced in paragraph 2.A., and a PHASE II

21 water facilities plan (PHASE II PLAN), which, upon construction, shall provide at least an

22 annual average of 85 mgd of additional new capacity referenced in paragraph 2.A. inclusive of

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1 PHASE I capacity. By December 31, 2002, and December 31, 2007, the AUTHORITY shall

2 have the PHASE I PLAN and PHASE IH PLAN new water supply facilities constructed, in

3 operation and capable of producing an annual average qurgfti; E3 3 d and 47 qgd uantity

4 md of new water, respectively- for regional distribution to the AUTHORITY

5 MEMBERS.

6 C. At a minimum the PHASE I PLAN and PHASE 1 PLAN shall identify the

7 following:

8 (1) the proposed sources) of water

9 (2) the estimated amount of water to be produced from each proposed source'

10 (3) when the proposed sources) shall be in operation and available for

11 regional distribution to the AUTHORITY MEMBERS;

12 (4) the estimated cost of constructing the water supply facilities associated

13 with each proposed sources" a

14 (5) the expected funding sources, including how much and when DISTRICT

15 funding pursuant to this AGREEMENT shall be required.

16 The PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN-shai consist-ofmay include, but not

17 necessarily be limited to the projects listed on Exhibit 7.

18 DL The AUTHORITY shall keep the DISTRICT advised of the AUTHORITY's

19 planning and progress toward completion of the PHASE I and PHASE II PLANS, By April 1.

20 1998 the AUTHORITY shall meet with the DISTRICT staff to discuss the details of the

21 AUTHORITY's July 1. 1998 PHASE I and PHASE II PLAN submittals at which time the

22 AUTHORITY shall provide the DISTRICT with a current draft of the submittals The
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I AUTHORITY shall furnish the DISTRICT with an original and 11 copies of the PHASE T and

2 PHASE TI PLANS_ in final form as soon a they are available. The AUTIORITY's requested ,

3 funding shall be consistent with Exhibits 1 2 and 3

4 E. Within ninet (90) days of receipt of the PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN

5 the DISTRICT shall provide in writing to the A THORIT A iting of the water sunnlv facilities

6 for which the DISTRICT will provide funding the amount of funding and the terms under which

7 said funds will be made available to the AUTHORITY: provided nevertheless that both the

8 commitment to fund and the amount of funding shall be subject to issuance of all necessary

9 governmental permits and approvals in accordance with the following subparagraphs The

10 DISTRICT's response shall be consistent with Exhibits 1 2 and 3 The parties acknowledge that

I the actual boost of funding a particular project will be unknown until such time as a water use

12 permit and any and all other governmental permits and approvals are obtained

13 Ef By December 31. 1998 the AUTHORITY shall have filed all permit applications ^tC fF07

14 fo tppv sources identified in the PHASE I and PHASE II PLANS. Within 60 days

15 of the DISTRICT's receipt from the AUTHORITY of written evidence of the issuance of all

16 necessary permits and approvals by all appropriate govenmmental authorities for a particular -

17 project (or within 60 days of the DISTRICT'S issuance of a water use permit where sucis

18 rfeuired) the DISTRICT shall advise the AUTHORITY in writing of the amount of funds that
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19 will be made available for such project The DISTRICT's funding shall be consistent with

20 Exhibits 1 2 and 3

21 Q( The AUTHORITY shall keep the DISTRICT informed of the progress of

22 implementation of any and all projects for development of new water supply sources and shall

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the intent of the parties that the consolidated water use permit dealing with the South Pasco.

Cosme-Odessa Section 21 and Northwest Hillsborough wellfield will be done pursuant to a

Final Order of the DISTRICT and will not create a new point of entry to challenge the terms and

conditions governing these welfelds. However, it is not the intent of the parties hereto to limit

or restrict in any way a substantially affected party's rights under Chapter 120 Florida Statutes

as to the terms and conditions of the consolidated water use permit as it relates to the wellfields

other than South Pasco. Section 21. Cosme-Odesa and Northwest hillsborough Regional

B. The DISTRICT, AUTHORITY. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY PASCO

COUNTY. PINELLAS COUNTY. and ST. PETERSBURG hereby voluntarily agree and

stipulate to settle all issues in DOAH Case Nos 95-1520, 95-1521. 95.1522. 95-1523. 95-1525.

95.1526. 95-1527 and 95-1528 by contemporaneously executing the Stipulation And Settlement

Agreement attached as Exhibit 8

*-C. Consistent with the terms and conditions of this AGREEMENT, the DISTRICT

hereby gives notice of its proposed agency action to approve a consolidated wateruse permit for

alof the wellfields listed on Exhibit 5 and the South-Central Hillsborough Regional wellfield

located in eastern Hillsborough County. A copy of the proposed permit is attached as Exhibit 6.

-- Notdigu il, dis A CC.E. .inT -ahalT l be wnsaruted as a permit whMich Autioiz.u /

a'y pa3ty Lu uag in Any activity UT watli uM.

6C ]-N 1 ud1il iU fld ArGRIEEMNiT ll wCOtittute a W'aiM by any Of the partiet

mctu ofdany sighs dtey may have under Chaptus 120 and 373, Fioidg SttetMsu rTdu1,

nothing in ii AGREEiMELNT hiall be consti.ed Lt limut or waie the fighti ufany nuiparl Ly

unde Clapte 110 and 373, Fr Jd Statutes.
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JAN 82 '98 01:4 3Prl STEEL HECTOR DAPVIS P.21
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1 all other parties hereto of such facts and cooperate fully with all other parties hereto in seeking to

2 resolve the matter so that no extension is required.

3 C. A party shall be entitled to an extension of time for the performance of an

4 obligation hereunder only for such time as is required to resolve the proceeding or delay in

5 review of permit application, giving rise to the time extension so that the party may then perform

6 their obligation. Such party in its initial notice under paragraph 14.B. shall in good faith estimate

7 the amount of time by which its performance must be extended and shall revise such estimate

8 and provide notice thereof to all parties hereto as required by subsequent events so that all parties

9 hereto are at all time kept fully informed. Tbe time for performance of obligations of any party

10 to this AGREEMENT which is dependent upon an obligation of another party for the

11 performance of which time has been extended hereunder shall be automatically extended for an

12 equal period of time.

13 18. This AGREEMENT shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of

14 the State of Florida.

15 19. Time is of the essence in this AGREEMENT.

16 20. Notwithstanding any language contained herein, this AGREEMENT shall not be

17 construed to limit the regulatory authority of the DISTRICT in the event this AGREEMENT is

18 rendered null and void.

19 21. This AGREEMENT shall expire on December 31, 2010.

20 22. TERMINATION This AGREEMENT and all permits approved pursuant to this

21 AGREEMENT shall terminate immediately if any of the following occur: (1 except as provided

22 for in paragraph 2. any party hereto breaches any material provision of this AGREEMENT: (2)
21


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Page 4, lines 6 through 10, do Basin Boards need to be signatories? No
How is Alafia Basin Board involved?

Page 3, 4, Lines 16-7, we should specify who is committing to what Wo

Page 4, Line 13, 15 & 16 add the phrase "at least" before the designated mgd

Page 4, Lines 16 & 17 inconsistent with page 5, lines 16 & 17 regarding whether Exhibit 7
controls or not

Page 5, first full sentence on p. 5 doesn't make sense. If you go with the 85 as one number, then ove
you probably need to remove reference to 2002.

Page 5, Lines 6-15 separate by semicolons and add "and" to (4) >.

Page 5, Lines 16 and 17 do we want to leave them with that much discretion? 0c

Page 6, Line 3 Exhibit 1 is crossed out on page 18, line 22

Page 6, Line 5 add "a" after AUTHORITY Do1

Page 6, Lines 6 Reflect that is is the "estimated" or "approximate" amount of funding P-

Page 6, Line 13 Add "necessary" after "applications" at end of line

Page 6, Line 17 Add "permit" after "such"

Page 6, Lines 17 & 18 substitute "(including a District Water Use Permit if applicable)" in
plahe of existing parathentical

Page 7, Lines 6 & 7 add "so long as such approval is consistent with appliable law" to first
sentence. Betiar yet, strip out amendment language and recognize that modifications can happen
with mutual agreement.

Page Lines 9 & 10 Leave in

Page 8, Lines 19 & 20 Needs independent review o

Page 9, Lines 18-22 "criteria for issuance," would this exclude 373.1717

Pages 9 & 10 Whole of paragraphs L & M need to be reviewed and discussed careful





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