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AGENDA ITEM 10


DATE: March 4, 1998
r TO: Jerry L. Maxwell, General Manager
B FROM: Donald J. Polmann, Director of Resource Evaluation and Protection
SUBJECT: Resource Evaluation & Protection Activity Report for February 1998

The uthIauiiaJt r RECOMMENDATION: Information Item Receive and File

DISCUSSION: The following summary report of major activities is organized based upon the
three functional areas of the Resource Evaluation & Protection Division:

Evaluation & Permitting
Monitoring & Mitigation
Resource Optimization


EVALUATION & PERMITTING SECTION

WATER USE PERMITS

Cosme-Odessa and Section 21 Wellfields

8/92 Authority and City of St. Petersburg submitted joint applications for Water Use
Permit (WUP) renewal.

2/95 SWFWMD delivered draft permits to the Authority and City with Notice of
Proposed Agency Action. WCRWSA and the City of St. Petersburg petitioned
the SWFWMD for a formal administrative hearing on the proposed 1-year
permits.

12/95 Revised draft permits were approved by the SWFWMD Board and contained
new "Environmental Protection Standard" conditions. The regulatory levels were
proposed to increase in elevation over a phase-in period of eight years. The
proposed permits had a duration often years.

7/96 SWFWMD staff issued an amended Proposed Agency Action denying these two
permits.

ongoing The hearing officer consolidated the petitions for administrative hearing on these
two wellfields with similar petitions for the South Pasco and Northwest
Hillsborough Regional wellfields. The administrative hearing concluded on
September 24, 1996. A recommended order from the Hearing Officer was issued
on May 29, 1997 and the details of this order were discussed at the June 16, 1997
WCRWSA Board meeting. In February 1998, the SWFWMD Board accepted
waivers from all parties to the administrative hearing to extend the permit

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issuance deadline to April 30, 1998. Final action on these permits by the
SWFWMD Governing Board is required by April 30, 1998.

status The wellfields continue in operation under the previous permit.


Northwest Hillsborough Regional Wellfield

5/94 Authority submitted an application and supporting information for Water Use
Permit renewal.

2/95 SWFWMD delivered a one year draft permit to the Authority with Notice of
Proposed Agency Action. WCRWSA, Pinellas County, and the City of St.
Petersburg petitioned the SWFWMD for a formal administrative hearing on the
permit.

12/95 A revised draft permit was approved by the SWFWMD Board on December 19,
1995, containing new "Environmental Protection Standard" conditions. The
proposed permit had a duration often years.

7/96 SWFWMD staff issued an amended Proposed Agency Action denying this
permit.

ongoing The hearing officer consolidated the petitions for administrative hearing for this
wellfield with similar petitions for the three St. Petersburg wellfields. The
administrative hearing concluded on September 24, 1996. A recommended order
from the Hearing Officer was issued on May 29, 1997 and the details of this
order were discussed at the June 16, 1997 WCRWSA Board meeting. In
February 1998, the SWFWMD Board accepted waivers from all parties to the
administrative hearing to extend the permit issuance deadline to April 30, 1998.
Final action on this permit by the SWFWMD Governing Board is required by
April 30, 1998.

status The wellfield continues in operation under the previous permit.


Starkey/North Pasco Wellfield

3/97 In accordance with Board authorization of February 17, 1997, staff submitted an
amended WUP application with Pasco County and New Port Richey combining
the Starkey and North Pasco Wellfield WUP applications on March 17, 1997.

11/97 North Pasco Wellfield production well locations were addressed in a settlement
between FDOT, Audubon Society, and SWFWMD. The Authority, Pasco
County, and New Port Richey requested an administrative hearing on the
proposed agreement; however, language revisions were made to the satisfaction
of all parties. According to the agreement, the FDOT and SWFWMD will


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attempt to obtain the consent of the permittees to limit production to the two
existing wells and relocate the other wells at the FDOT's expense. In lieu of this
consent, the FDOT will pay for additional wetland mitigation activities on the
property.

12/97 Authority requested an extension of the additional information response deadline
until May 14, 1998 in order to resolve North Pasco Wellfield production well
location issues with FDOT and SWFWMD. SWFWMD granted this extension
by letter dated December 24, 1997.

2/98 Authority staff attempted a site inspection of the proposed new well sites. Many
of the sites were inaccessible due to high water conditions.

next Reschedule field inspection and meet with SWFWMD, FDOT, Pasco County,
and New Port Richey regarding new locations for North Pasco Wellfield
production wells.

status Wellfields continue in operation under the previous permits.


Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield

8/95 Authority and Pinellas County submitted a joint application for WUP renewal.

5/97 WCRWSA Board of Directors adopted Resolution No. 97-03 which committed,
to the maximum extent feasible, to operate the Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield at no
more than 23.5 MGD annual average for the three year period specified in the
March 1997 WUP amendment. This resolution was sent to SWFWMD staff for
consideration in their review of the Cross Bar Ranch Weilfield WUP application.

6/97 SWFWMD Board considered a staff recommendation for a 3-year, 23.5 MGD
Water Use Permit at the Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield.

10/97 On October 28, 1997, SWFWMD requested that the Authority and Pinellas
County waive the time clock for District action on the Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield
WUP application until January 30, 1998.

11/97 On November 17, 1997, the Authority and Pinellas County approved a waiver of
the regulatory time clock for SWFWMD final action on the Cross Bar Ranch
Wellfield WUP until January 30, 1998.

1/98 Authority and Pinellas County agreed to waive the regulatory time clock for
SWFWMD final action on the Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield Water Use Permit until
April 30, 1998. At their January meeting, the District board adopted a 60-day
waiver of the regulatory time-clock. That waiver was extended for an additional
30 days at the February 24, 1998 Governing Board Meeting. Final action on this
permit by the SWFWMD Governing Board is required by April 30, 1998.


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status Wellfield continues in operation under the previous permit.


Cypress Bridge Wellfield

8/96 Authority Board directed staff to amend the Cypress Bridge Wellfield WUP
application to request an average daily quantity of 8.0 MGD. The co-applicants
submitted an amended WUP application to SWFWMD on October 24, 1996.

7/97 Received a Request for Clarification of Additional Information from SWFWMD
on July 3, 1997.

11/97 Authority and SWFWMD staffs met on November 17, 1997 to discuss the
information request and the format and analyses required for the Water Year
1997 Annual Environmental Assessment report for this wellfield.

2/98 Authority staff reviewed and commented on the second draft Annual Report.
SWFWMD approved an extension of the submittal date until April 30, 1998.

ongoing Continue to develop responses to SWFWMD's request for information.

status Wellfield continues in operation under the previous permit.


RESOURCE EVALUATIONS

Cypress Bridge/Cypress Creek Water Resource Evaluation

10/95 Contract executed with SDI Environmental Services, Inc. Project kick-off
meeting was conducted on November 2, 1995.

3/97 Received finalized Cypress Bridge/Cypress Creek/Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield
integrated model report for incorporation in amended Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield
WUP application.

8/97 Held Integrated Model Training seminar for Authority, Membership, USGS, and
SWFWMD on August 13 through August 15, 1997.

10/97 Received first draft of data report from SDI Environmental regarding the 1997
Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield Test.

12/97 SDI completed acquisition of data necessary for model recalibration.

2/98 SDI and WCRWSA staff met to review model calibration improvements.


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next Finalize data report and model recalibration associated with the Cross Bar Ranch
Wellfield testing program.


OTHER PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES

Saltwater Monitoring Program Expansion Northwest Hillsborough Area

5/97 Contract executed with HSW Environmental Services, Inc. (HSW) to provide
hydrogeologic services relating to site selection, procurement of site easement
agreements, well design, and construction supervision of up to six (6) salt water
monitoring wells located between the Northwest Hillsborough Regional/
Cosme-Odessa Wellfields and upper Tampa Bay.

8/97 Project proposal and detailed scope of work was finalized after incorporating
comments from Authority and SWFWMD staff.

10/97 HSW and Authority staff reviewed and selected potential wellsites. HSW
initiated wellsite easement procurement with the City of St. Petersburg,
Hillsborough County, and Florida Department of Transportation.

12/97 Draft technical specifications for well construction were submitted and
reviewed by the Authority staff. Draft easement agreement documents sent to
involved parties for review.

2/98 An alternative site was recommended because an easement agreement in
Northwest Hillsborough County could not be secured for the original site.
Three sites have been surveyed as required.

next Awaiting responses on requested easement agreements from the City of
St. Petersburg and Hillsborough County.


Monitor Well Expansion Project Cross Bar Ranch Area

8/96 Cooperative agreement executed by the Authority and SWFWMD to construct
additional monitor wells to improve our understanding of the hydrologic system
in the area. The project will include a wellfield-scale aquifer test at the Cross Bar
Ranch Wellfield after monitor well construction.

6/97 Wellfield testing completed on June 15, 1997.

8/97 Collection and processing of water level data from Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield
testing completed. Received SWFWMD water level data.

10/97 Received first draft of data report from SDI Environmental regarding the 1997
Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield Test.


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1/98 Received SWFWMD monitor well construction report.

2/98 Received SWFWMD draft report on preliminary evaluation of the 1997 Cross
Bar Ranch Wellfield test.

next Review and comment on Draft SWFWMD preliminary evaluation of the 1997
Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield Test.


Lake Augmentation General

3/94 Authority committed to augment 6 lakes near the Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield.

6/94 Authority committed to augment 9 lakes in the Northwest Hillsborough area.

status Table 1 lists SWFWMD minimum flood and extreme low management levels,
current lake levels, and the change from the previous month's lake level for the 13
lakes being evaluated. Note that with the exception of Lake Conway, all lakes in
this program currently have levels above the Extreme Low Management Level
(and in most cases by several feet). This condition is attributable to the recent
extreme rainfall conditions, as described in the monthly Hydrologic Conditions
Report contained in this Board Agenda Packet. In particular, conditions at Pasco
Lake have been substantially improved due to surface water flow in Jumping
Gully.


Lake Augmentation Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield Area

8/95 Augmentation commenced on Lakes Loyce, Monsees, and Triangle.

1/97 Obtained signatures for lake augmentation agreement from riparian owners
around Pasco Lake.

2/97 Assigned "as-needed" geotechnical engineering consultant to study methods to
reduce lake bed permeability at Pasco Lake in preparation for augmentation.

6/97 WCRWSA submitted conceptual plan to SWFWMD for reducing leakage from
Monsees Pond.

7/97 Received geotechnical engineering report for Pasco Lake.

11/97 Received project cost estimate and schedule for Monsees Pond lake bed
modification from an assigned "as-needed" geotechnical engineering consultant.
Received Board approval to proceed with this proposal. Information collected
from this project will be applied to the augmentation project at Pasco Lake.


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2/98 Submitted ERP application for Monsees Pond project to SWFWMD.

next Advertise for drilling contractors to submit bids for construction of augmentation
well at Pasco Lake. Prepare schedule and budget for Pasco Lake bottom
modification as soon as Monsees Pond modification/testing project is completed.
Modification/testing of Monsees Pond will proceed after ERP is granted and the
water level in the lake declines.

ongoing Monitor lake conditions and continue augmentation at Lakes Loyce, Monsees,
and Triangle as needed. Conway Lake augmentation program has not been
scheduled. Awaiting response from property owners regarding access and
augmentation agreements.


Lake Enhancement Project Northwest Hillsborough Area

4/97 Cooperative funding request to develop pilot project with SWFWMD (December
1996) fell below funding line at Northwest Hillsborough and Pinellas-Anclote
Basin Boards and was not approved.

12/97 Submitted cooperative funding application to SWFWMD for a pilot project to be
constructed between the Rocky Creek system and Lakes Horse, Raleigh, and/or
Rogers. SWFWMD received emergency authorization from affected landowners
to construct a temporary pipeline to Horse Lake to relieve flooding within the
Rocky Creek Watershed. Authority staff and consultants met with SWFWMD
and St. Petersburg staff to determine how to increase stormwater storage and
provide conjunctive uses of water.

1/98 SWFWMD temporary pump and pipeline from Rocky Creek to Horse Lake were
operational on January 9. SWFWMD installed pumping equipment and began to
move water from Horse Lake to Lake Raleigh on January 14., In coordination
with the City of St. Petersburg, the Authority staff installed and began operating
pumping equipment to move water from Lake Raleigh to Lake Rogers on
January 23. SWFWMD collecting water quality data on all lakes.

next Continue coordination with SWFWMD and St. Petersburg staff.


Regional Wellfield Rehydration Program

1/97 Received draft reports on the Interceptor Canal flow monitoring and the
Regional Wellfield Rehydration Program Plan (RWRPP) and submitted latter
to SWFWMD in support of FY98 co-funding application.

7/97 Returned draft Interceptor Canal flow monitoring and RWRPP reports to
consultant for revision.


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11/97 Reviewed final draft RWRPP report and returned the report to consultant to
prepare final draft copies.

12/97 Interceptor Canal flow monitoring report reviewed and returned to consultant
for revision. Submitted Final Draft Regional Wellfield Rehydration Program
Plan report to EPA, Region 4 as required by the co-funding agreement.

1/98 Advertised for professional services to perform risk assessment, final design,
acquire necessary permits, and oversee construction of facilities for the
Section 21 Wellfield Rehydration Pilot Project.

2/98 Three submittals for professional services were received, reviewed, and ranked
by the selection committee. Two top teams will be interviewed and a
recommendation will be submitted to the Board in April 1998. A public
meeting is scheduled for March 24, 1998 at Sickles High School to present and
receive comment on the Regional Wellfield Rehydration Program Plan report.

next Coordinate EPA submittals and conduct public meeting. Continue with
consultant selection process.


Starkey Wellfield Pilot Rehydration Project

6/97 Issued notice to proceed to Law Engineering for the Starkey Wellfield
Rehydration Pilot Study to include a preliminary design and feasibility study. The
pilot study will evaluate the feasibility of using reclaimed water within the
Starkey Wellfield area for aquifer rehydration. A primary focus is the fate and
transport of various constituents in advanced secondary treated effluent as it is
applied at land surface and infiltrates into the aquifer system.

7/97 Held Starkey Rehydration Pilot Project Kickoff Meeting on July 10, 1997.
Meeting included participants from Pasco County, SWFWMD, WCRWSA, and
FDEP. Project consultant met with FDEP staff on July 31, 1997 to discuss the
project and conceptual design; received favorable response.

10/97 District Governing Board and Basin Boards approved 50% funding of total
project budget of $942,515.

1/98 Filed General Permit Application with the FDEP for applying reuse water at the
Starkey Wellfield test site. Received SWFWMD comments on funding
agreement with minimal changes. Authority Board approved funding agreement
January 26, 1998. Received draft Groundwater and Effluent Reuse Monitoring
Plan and draft Hydrological Investigation and Site Report from Law Engineering.

2/98 The draft Environmental Monitoring plan was reviewed and returned to the
consultant for revision. Met with the FDEP staff after receiving aknotice of intent
to deny the permit. As a result, the permit application was withdrawn by Pasco


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County and will be resubmitted after revisions are completed and supporting
documents are prepared.

next Execute co-funding agreement with SWFWMD and prepare a contract with
Pasco County to perform installation of reuse water distribution facilities at the
site.


SWFWMD Minimum Flows and Levels Rule Development Workshops

11/96 SWFWMD began a series of technical and community policy workshops to
support the setting of minimum flows in the lower reaches of the Hillsborough
River and the Tampa Bypass Canal, and minimum levels in the aquifer system
and nine lakes in the Northern Tampa Bay Water Resource Assessment Project
area. SWFWMD is to set minimum flows and levels by October 1, 1997.

2/97 SWFWMD staff completed a series of technical and community workshops to
evaluate possible methodologies of establishing minimum flows and levels.

8/97 SWFWMD staff presented the proposed methodology and draft rules to their
Governing Board on August 26, 1997. The discussion was a continuation of
monthly SWFWMD staff presentations that began in May 1997.

11/97 SWFWMD staff presented a modified concept for minimum flows and levels at
their November 1997 Governing Board meeting. The new concept involves
recognition of cultural changes to the environment and focuses on maximizing
resource management options including, but not limited to, reduction of ground
water production. In summary, the concept is to establish regional minimum
aquifer and lake levels in areas exterior to wellfields that would be required to be
met by some degree of reduction in ground water withdrawal. In areas internal to
and immediately adjacent to area wellfields, minimum levels would also be
established but could be met through a number of approved means such as
rehydration efforts, surface water management programs, and the reduction of
ground water withdrawal.

1/98 SWFWMD staff presented additional information to their Governing Board
concerning the application of minimum levels in a flexible context near
wellfields. Discussion included the proposed withdrawal of rules adopted in
September 1997 and the reissuance of draft rules for minimum flows and levels,
recovery strategy, water use permitting, and environmental resource permitting.

2/98 The SWFWMD Governing Board approved staff recommended changes to the
September 1997 action which adopted minimum flows and levels. The changes
that staff proposed were consistent with the application of minimum levels in a
flexible context near wellfields, as presented at the three preceding Board
meetings.


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next The SWFWMD Board will continue the public hearing and continue working
with interested parties to resolve potential conflicts. The rules adopted in
September 1997 will be withdrawn and republished only after the Final Board
Hearing which is expected in April 1998.


Tampa Bypass Canal/Hillsborough River Hydrobiologic Monitoring and Assessment
Project

info Project is intended to provide an optimal withdrawal and augmentation plan for
the Hillsborough River Reservoir and Tampa Bypass Canal (TBC).

3/95 Final Interpretive Report sent to SWFWMD.

4/97 Received final SWFWMD review and questions on April 4, 1997 regarding the
TBC/Hillsborough River Final Interpretive Report.

9/97 Met with SWFWMD and the City of Tampa on September 19, 1997 to discuss
the TBC/Hillsborough River Final Interpretive Report and comments.
SWFWMD will re-evaluate their previous comments in the context of minimum
flows and levels and recent resource evaluation work to determine if additional
work will be required on the part of the City and the Authority to comply with the
TBC/Hillsborough River Hydrobiological Monitoring Program WUP conditions.

10/97 Received SWFWMD confirmation that they will accept the March 1995 Final
Interpretive Report with minor addenda.

12/97 Requested extension until February 28, 1998 to file addenda.

2/98 Submitted final addenda to SWFWMD staff to complete the project.

status Continue to operate the TBC pumping station as approved by the District.


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MONITORING & MITIGATION SECTION

Well Mitigation
2/98 The Authority received 31 well complaints, summarized as follows:


Number of Complaints February 1998
Wellfield Received Mitigated Not Mitigated Pending
Cosme-Odessa 0 0 0 0
Cross Bar Ranch 3 1 2 0
Cypress Bridge 0 0 0 0
Cypress Creek 4 1 3 0
North Pasco 5 2 2 1
Northwest Hillsborough 5 3 2 0
Section 21 0 0 0 0
So. Central Hillsborough 12 9 1 2
Starkey 2 1 1 0
Northeast Brandon 0 0 0 0
Total 31 17 11 3

Historical and Recent Data Comparison:
Well Complaints WATER YEAR
WY-94 WY-95 WY-96 WY-97 WY-98*
Total Total Total Total Total
# Received 1436 904 395 468 135
# Mitigated 826 386 127 219 72
# Not Mitigated 610 518 268 249 60
# Pending 0 0 0 0 3
% Mitigated 57.5 42.7 32.2 46.8 53.3
% Not Mitigated 42.5 57.3 67.8 53.2 44.4
% Pending 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.2
*Through February 28, 1998

The Northeast Brandon Water Use Permit expired on January 28, 1998 and was replaced by a
Water Use Permit for three wells in the Brandon area which will supply potable water to the


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distribution area surrounding these three production wells on an emergency basis. Periodically,
the Brandon distribution system experiences low pressure and these three wells will be used to
boost the distribution system pressures to acceptable standards. The new permit was issued on
January 29, 1998 for an annual average quantity of 50,000 gallons per day and the new permit
contains only the standard permit conditions concerning well mitigation. Due to the reduction
in permitted withdrawal quantities from these three wells, the Brandon area is being removed
from the Authority's "Good Neighbor" well mitigation program. At the permitted quantities, no
adverse impacts to neighboring domestic wells are predicted. Any well complaints received by
the Authority concerning these three wells will be investigated for cause and, if they are
determined to be directly related to production from these wells, the complaints will be
mitigated as required by the Water Use Permit. Initiation of a revised "Good Neighbor" policy
area for the Brandon Urban Dispersed Wells Master Water Plan project will be addressed in the
future as appropriate.


Monitoring

Member Government Assistance Continued routine water quality analyses for the City
of New Port Richey. Analyses completed included 6 fluorides, 6 TDS, and 32
bacteriologicals.

Well Mitigation Completed water quality investigations at the following:


Wellfield/Location Number of Investigations
South Central Hillsborough 10


WUP Compliance Continued routine data collection, analysis and report submittal for
all withdrawal facilities.

City of Tampa/Hillsborough County Interconnect Continued water quality monitoring
program at the City of Tampa/Hillsborough County Interconnect.

DEP/EPA Compliance Continued ICR monitoring.


RESOURCE OPTIMIZATION SECTION

Work in this department continues toward development of an Optimized Regional
Operations Plan with recent emphasis on review of the updated regional Integrated
Surface/Ground Water (ISGW) model. Substantial staff efforts continue concerning
development of a general optimization problem for wellfield operation and rotation.
Work concerning ISGW is now focused on testing example model runs for the design
of batch simulations to determine the required Unit Response matrices and the
optimization algorithms. Additional details of the ongoing and future work are included
in a separate Agenda item in this Board packet.

Attachments


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TABLE 1


LEVELS OF HILLSBOROUGH AND PASCO COUNTY LAKES
SCHEDULED FOR AUGMENTATION


MIN. FLOOD EXTR. LOW ABOVE OR CHANGE SINCE
LAKE DATE OF MEASURED LEVEL MGT. LEVEL BELOW PREVIOUS
MEASUREMENT LAKE LEVEL (MFL) (ELML) ELML(FEET) MEASUREMENT
PASCO COUNTY
CONWAY **NA N/A *** 63.50 N/A N/A
LOYCE* 2/23/98 60.75 62.50 57.50 3.25 0.85
MONSEES POND 2/23/98 59.80 *** 58.70 1.10 0.34
PASCO 2/23/98 66.38 67.00 62.00 4.38 0.38
TRIANGLE 2/23/98 65.77 *** 63.00 2.77 1.20

NWHILLSBOROUGH AREA
CALM 2/26/98 49.20 50.50 45.00 4.20 0.84
CAMP 2/23/98 63.42 64.00 59.00 4.42 0.34
CHURCH/ ECHO 2/26/98 35.88 36.25 31.50 4.38 0.22
HORSE 2/23/98 46.08 46.50 42.00 4.08 0.08
JUANITA 2/25/98 42.14 42.25 37.50 4.64 0.84
RAINBOW 2/23/98 39.02 40.50 35.00 4.02 1.46
RALEIGH 2/23/98 40.44 42.50 35.00 5.44 1.56


LAKE IS BEING AUGMENTED WITH GROUNDWATER
NA MEANS NOT AVAILABLE
MINIMUM FLOOD LEVEL NOT ESTABLISHED BY THE SWFWMD


WEST COAST REGIONAL
WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY
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