Title: SWFWMD Individual Water Use Permit for Cosme-Odessa Wellfield - Dec. 1997
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - SWFWMD Individual Water Use Permit for Cosme-Odessa Wellfield - Dec. 1997 (JDV Box 108)
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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
INDIVIDUAL WATER USE PERMIT NO. 200004.02
COSME-ODESSA WELLFIELD


EXPIRATION DATE: December 16, 2000 PERMIT ISSUE DATE: December 16, 1997

THE PERMITTED IS RESPONSIBLE FOR APPLYING FOR A RENEWAL OF THIS PERMIT PRIOR TO THE
EXPIRATION DATE WHETHER OR NOT THE PERMITTED RECEIVES PRIOR NOTIFICATION BY MAIL.
CONTINUED USE OF WATER AFTER THE EXPIRATION DATE IS A VIOLATION OF DISTRICT RULES, EXCEPT
AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED IN CHAPTER 120, F.S. ACCEPTANCE OF THIS PERMIT CONSTITUTES AN
AGREEMENT TO COMPLY WITH ALL TERMS AND CONDITIONS HEREIN. VIOLATION OF THE CONDITIONS
OF THIS PERMIT CONSTITUTES A VIOLATION OF APPLICABLE RULES.

This water use is authorized under the provisions of Chapter 373, F.S., and the Permittee may withdraw the quantities
of water set forth below in accordance with and subject to the terms and conditions set forth below.

GRANTED TO:
West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority and City of St. Petersburg
2535 Landmark Drive, Suite 211 1635 3rd Avenue North
Clearwater, FL 34621 St. Petersburg, FL 33713

The above named parties are herein jointly referred to as "Permittee" or individually as the "City of St. Petersburg" and
the "Authority," and are jointly and severally responsible for performance of the terms and conditions of this permit.
All Exhibits to this Water Use Permit are incorporated herein by reference for all purposes.

S PRELIMINARY STATEMENT:
This Water Use Permit authorizes ground water withdrawal for public supply from the Cosme-Odessa Wellfield to the
service area of the City of St. Petersburg and the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority's regional system. This
Permit is issued pursuant to Governing Board Final Order No. SWF 97-?, dated ???, 1997, entered in DOAH Case
Nos. 95-1520,1521, 1522,1523,1525,1526, 1527, and 1528, under the provisions of Sec. 373.171, F.S. In the event
that the Final Order is overturned on appeal, then this Water Use Permit shall be null and void and of no further force
and effect.

Continued pumping at current quantities from this wellfield, Section 21 and South Pasco Wellfields (hereinafter "the
Three City Wellfields") will continue to cause adverse environmental impacts which violate the environmental condition
for issuance (Rule 40D-2.301(1)(c), F.A.C.) and the reasonable-beneficial use and public interest prongs of the three-
prong test in Section 373.223(1), F.S. The Permittee would not be able to meet current demand if the Three City
Wellfields were shut down completely at this time. It is the Governing Board's intent that the Permittee reduce
withdrawals from the Three City Wellfields to the point where withdrawals meet all permitting criteria. Thus, the
Permittee shall maximize the utilization of reuse and develop alternative sources of water supply in order to
substantially reduce withdrawals. Due to ongoing adverse environmental impacts, and the necessity to rely on Section
373.171, F.S., for issuance, this permit is not typical and is, therefore, being issued for a term of 3 years.

The Permittee is allowed to withdraw up to 10,000,000 gpd on an annual average daily basis, and 14,600,000 gpd on
a peak monthly basis subject to the terms and conditions imposed herein. Previously permitted quantities were up
to 12,000,000 gpd Annual Average and 22,000,000 gpd Maximum Daily, as further limited by permit conditions.


TOTAL QUANTITIES AUTHORIZED UNDER THIS PERMIT
ANNUAL AVERAGE: UP TO 10,000,000 GPD AND PEAK MONTHLY: UP TO 14,600,000 GPD
SUBJECT TO THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH BELOW


See Withdrawal Table for quantities permitted for each withdrawal point.

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Permit No.: 200004.02
Permittee: West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
and City of St. Petersburg (Cosme Odessa Wellfield)
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PROPERTY LOCATION:



TYPE OF APPLICATION:

WATER USE CAUTION AREA:


APPLICATION FILED:


ACRES:


Hillsborough County, approximately 2 miles northwest of the community of
Citrus Park, FL; and 1.5 miles southwest of the intersection of Gunn Highway
(S.R. 587) and Van Dyke Road (S.R. 685A).

Renewal

Northern Tampa Bay


August 18,1992


591.5 Owned 50,726.0 Serviced


WATER USE:


SERVICE AREA NAME:


PER CAPITAL USE:

USE TYPE:


Public Supply


Primary: City of St. Petersburg
Secondary: Other Municipalities

122

Residential Single Family
Commercial/Industrial Non Process
Residential Multi-Family
Unaccounted Use
Fire Fighting/Testing
Treatment Losses (backflushing)
Other Metered Uses
Lawn & Landscape


I.D. NO.
PERMITTED/ LOCATION
DISTRICT LATILONG
1C/1 280549/823550
2 /2 280553/823542
3A / 3 280604/823528
4 /4 280611/823514
5 /5 280619/823513
6A /6 280628/823509
7A/ 7 280642/823456
8 /8 280648/823447
9A / 9 280635/823502
10/10 280652/823417
12A/11 280711/823413
16/12 280602/823502
18/13 280602/823521
19/14 280610/823502
20 115 280616/823530
21/16 280621/823537


DIAM.
(INCHES)
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12


DEPTH
TOTAL/CASED
345/105
305/ 65
335/128
345/ 65
350/ 89
333/ 84
324/138
345/ 82
318/ 96
300/ 60
300/ 88
300/100
320 /111
312/115
310/ 72
320/ 80


USE
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS
PS


GALLONS
ANNUAL
AVERAGE
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000
522,000


PER DAY
PEAK
MONTHLY
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000
740,000


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Permit No.: 200004.02
Permittee: West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
and City of St. Petersburg (Cosme Odessa Wellfield)
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23/17 280719/823419 12 354/ 98 PS 522,000 740,000
24/18 280723/823419 12 357/ 97 PS 522,000 740,000
25/19 280732/823420 12 350/ 98 PS 522,000 740,000
30/20 280809/823431 12 385/ 93 PS 522,000 740,000
31/21 280816/823432 12 374/102 PS 522,000 740,000
32/22 280821/823433 12 300 / 84 PS 522,000 740,000
34/23 280834/823439 12 352/100 PS 522,000 740,000
PS=Public Supply

DISTRICT
I.D. NO. SECTIONITOWNSHIP/RANGE
1 &2 34/27/17
3,4,5,6,9,12,
13,14, 15 & 16 27/27/17
7&8 26/27/17
10, 11, 17, 18 & 19 23/27/17
20, 21 & 22 14/27/17
23 11/27/17

STANDARD CONDITIONS
The Permittee shall comply with the Standard Conditions attached hereto, incorporated herein by reference as Exhibit
"A" and made a part hereof.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS
All conditions referring to approval by the Permitting Department Director, Resource Regulation, shall refer to the
Tampa Permitting Department Director, Resource Regulation.

1. SUBMISSION OF DATA AND REPORTS

A. DATA
Unless otherwise indicated, three copies of each plan or report, with the exception of pumpage, rainfall,
evapotranspiration, water level or water quality data which require one copy, are required by the permit. All
reports of data required by the permit shall be submitted to the District on or before the tenth day of the month
following data collection and shall be addressed to:

Permit Data Section, Records & Data Department
Southwest Florida Water Management District
2379 Broad Street
Brooksville, Florida 34609-6899

B. REPORTS
Unless otherwise specified, all reports required to be submitted by the Permittee to the District pursuant to
one or more of the conditions of this permit shall be submitted as part of the Annual Report.

2. PERMITTED ANNUAL AVERAGE QUANTITY
Unless stated otherwise, compliance with all annual average quantities specified in this permit shall be
calculated based upon a running twelve-month average (expressed in gpd or MGD). The terms "annual
average" and "annual average daily" are used interchangeably throughout this document and are
synonymous.


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3. INDIVIDUAL WITHDRAWAL PUMPAGE FLEXIBILITY
The Annual Average and the Peak Monthly individual withdrawal quantities for District ID No(s). 1 through 23,
Permittee ID No(s). 1C, 2, 3A, 4, 5, 6A, 7A, 8, 9A, 10, 12A, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 32 and 34,
shown above in the production withdrawal table are estimates based on historic and/or projected distribution
of pumpage, and are for water use inventory and impact analysis purposes. The quantities listed in the table
for these individual sources are not intended to dictate the distribution of pumpage from permitted sources.
The Permittee may make adjustments in pumping distribution as necessary, up to the Peak Monthly quantity
for the individual withdrawals, so long as adverse impacts to water resources, environmental systems, and
existing legal uses do not result and other conditions of this permit are complied with. In all cases, the total
Annual Average daily withdrawal and the total Peak Monthly daily withdrawal quantities for the permit are
limited to 10,000,000 gpd and 14,600,000 gpd, respectively.

4. QUARTERLY PROGRESS REPORTS TO GOVERNING BOARD
The Permittee shall develop a plan for compliance with Special Conditions 5, 6, 7 and 8 below (hereinafter
referred to as the "Compliance Plan"). The Compliance Plan shall be submitted to the Governing Board at
the third regular monthly meeting of the Governing Board following the effective date of this permit. The
Compliance Plan shall include a schedule, including quarterly milestones, to ensure full and timely compliance
with such Special Conditions.

Commencing with the Governing Board's third regular monthly meeting following the effective date of this
permit, and at every third regular monthly meeting thereafter during the term of this permit, the Permittee shall
appear and present to the Governing Board a written and oral report of the progress made by the Permittee
toward accomplishment of the Compliance Plan (hereinafter referred to as the "Quarterly Progress Report").

It is the Governing Board's intent that the Permittee keep District staff sufficiently apprised of the Permittee's
progress so that District staff may be prepared to address the Governing Board and respond to Governing
Board questions concerning the Permittee's presentation. Accordingly, at least 30 days prior to each
Governing Board meeting at which such presentation shall be made, the Permittee shall meet with the Director
of the Tampa Regulation Department, and other staff members, at such place designated by the Director, to
discuss the details of the Permittee's forthcoming presentation to the Goveming Board and to provide a copy
of the Quarterly Progress Report to be submitted at the upcoming Governing Board meeting. The Permittee
shall also furnish the Director with such other reports, summaries, analyses and other documentation and data
as have been generated in connection with the Permittee's presentation and Quarterly Progress Report as
soon as they are available but in no event later than 14 days prior to the Governing Board meeting at which
the presentation shall be made.
hNUISE LN\A0JV1A-tVAt, IMMCrS
5. REDUCTION 0 WITHDRAWALS
In the Compliance Plan,1e Permittee shall ddr, among other means for reduction of continuing adverse
environmental impacts, the following: vive44ale man 4 sef+ is "n4;in&

Interconnecting with South Central Hillsborough water supply sources
Increased flow capacity of the interconnection with the Tampa Bypass Canal
S Installing supply wells along existing and proposed water pipelines
Establishing uniform water pressure and quality standards for interconnected systems
Development of surface water sources
S Development of desalination capacity
Aquifer storage and recovery systems
S Rehydration of stressed lakes and wetlands including use of stormwater and reclaimed water

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and City of St. Petersburg (Cosme Odessa Wellfield)
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lMLht(2tVA The Permitteeshall coordinate(with the other members of the Authority aniwith the District for the purpose of
NI evaluating development and interconnection of new or additional water supply sources with the existing
W 4-. regional system in order to obtain additional capacity so that withdrawals from sources causing adverse
impacts can be reduced.

6. REUSE OF RECLAIMED WATER
The Permitee shall propose means and methods and propose a timetable to increase as soon as practicable
the total number of reclaimed water connections to at least 17,000. The Permittee shall have a minimum of
AL 4000 new connections (over and above the number of connections in existence as of May 29, 1997) in place
A no later than December 1, 2000. The means and methods to be proposed by the Permittee shall include
without limitation a permanent reduction in neighborhood participation thresholds, permanent reductions in
connection fees, metering, conservation-oriented rate structures, and other measures to increase the number
of connections to the reuse system and to reduce unnecessary and excessive use of reclaimed water.

7. MONITORING OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

A. FIELD MONITORING

1. The Permittee shall revise the monitoring components of the Environmental Management Plan
(EMP) prepared by the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority, attached as Exhibit "B." The
Permitee shall meet with District staff within 30 days of permit issuance to discuss necessary
revisions, and shall submit proposed revisions to the District for review and approval as part of the
Compliance Plan. submitted pursuant to Special Condition 4. The revisions shall include the
following items:

SIdentification of monitoring stations to provide accurate and comprehensive representations of
wetlands and surface waters not adversely impacted by ground water withdrawal (control
stations, reference sites, and regional control stations) as well as wetlands and surface waters
adversely impacted by ground water withdrawal.

Inclusion of monitoring sites identified in Exhibit "C."

Collection of water level data at all sites the first and third week of each month.

Measurement of subsurface water levels when no standing water is present at the staff gauge
Subsurface water levels shall be measured with use of a piezometer nested with the staff
gauge.

SEstablishment of a NGVD datum at each monitoring station so that all measured water levels
can be referenced to NGVD in future monitoring reports.

A scientific methodology for assessing adverse environmental impacts based upon the
Performance Standards for wetlands, lakes and streams set forth in Section 4.2 of the Basis of
Review.

2. Impacts to lakes, wetlands and streams shall be determined and quantified by application of the
revised EMP and any subsequent District approved revisions thereto. The foregoing
notwithstanding, upon the effective date of revisions to Chapter 40D-8 F.A.C., sites specified in said
rule shall be considered impacted using the criteria adopted in Chapter 40D-8 F.A.C. Impacts to
all monitoring sites shall be identified in the annual monitoring report.


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3. Proposed modifications by the Permittee to monitoring aspects of the EMP shall be incorporated into
the EMP upon written approval by the Tampa Regulation Department Director. The revised EMP
shall be submitted to the District within 60 days of the approval, and implementation of the
monitoring elements of the revised EMP shall commence immediately or at such later time as may
be approved by the District. The District may require revisions to the monitoring aspects of the EMP
as necessary to ensure the protection of water resources and to ensure coordination with
environmental monitoring of other public supply wellfields within the Northwest Hillsborough Study
Area (i.e., Northwest Hillsborough Regional, South Pasco and Section 21).

4. In conjunction with the first Quarterly Progress Report, the Permittee shall report on the
implementation of and findings under the EMP. This report shall include a detailed, comprehensive
analysis of all monitoring data which has been accumulated to date, including a quantification of all
adverse environmental impacts related to wellfield pumping. Such quantification shall be
accomplished in accordance with Section IIB of the EMP.

B. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
The Permittee shall conduct aerial photographic reconnaissance of the wellfield property, all
environmental monitoring station locations, and other surrounding areas as approved by the Director of
the Tampa Regulation Department. The reconnaissance areas must be submitted in writing within 60
days of permit issuance for approval by the Director of the Tampa Regulation Department. The approved
photographic reconnaissance shall occur on a semi-annual basis (May and November). Photography
shall be color infrared at 1"=2000'+ scale with 60% forward overlap and 30% side overlap and flown in
a north-south flight path whenever possible. Original or first generation positive transparencies of the
flight photography and an analysis of the flight's photography shall be included in the Annual Report
submitted to the Director of the Tampa Regulation Department by April 1 of each year. This analysis shall
include but not be limited to interpretation of both short term and period of record changes concerning
land use, hydrology, and vegetation within the aerial reconnaissance areas and probable causation
factors. Any changes to photographic monitoring or applied use of these photographs may be modified
by the Director of the Tampa Regulation Department as necessary to ensure the protection of water
resources.

8. ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION
As part of the second Quarterly Progress Report, the Permittee shall propose for approval a plan for mitigating
the adverse environmental impacts identified pursuant to Special Condition 7.A.4., including means and
methods consistent with the mitigation provisions of the EMP and a time table for implementation. The
Permittee shall immediately proceed to implement the mitigation plan upon its approval by the District.

Proposed modifications by the Permittee to mitigation aspects of the EMP shall be incorporated into the EMP
upon written approval by the Tampa Regulation Department Director. The revised EMP shall be submitted
to the District within 60 days of the approval. The District may require revisions to the mitigation aspects of
the EMP as necessary to ensure the protection of the water resources and to ensure coordination with
environmental mitigation at other public supply wellfields within the Northwest Hillsborough Study Area (i.e.,
Northwest Hillsborough Regional, South Pasco and Section 21).

Nothing contained in this permit is intended, nor shall the same be construed, to release the Permittee, in
whole or in part, from responsibility for mitigating all past, present and future drawdown related adverse
environmental impacts.


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9. WATER USE CAUTION AREA CONDITIONS

A. PER CAPITAL USE
The Permittee shall maintain a per capital water rate equal to or less than 150 gpd. This standard shall
remain in effect until modified by rule. By January 1, 2001, the District may establish a new per capital
\WJl 14 ift water use standard. Based on current information, the per capital water use goal may be established by
4 *( < rule at 130 gpd.

By April 1 of each year for the preceding period of October 1 through September 30, the Permittee shall
submit a report detailing:

1) The population served;
2) Significant deducted uses, the associated quantity, and conservation measures applied to these
uses;
3) Total withdrawals;
4) Treatment losses;
5) Environmental mitigation quantities;
6) Sources and quantities of incoming and outgoing transfers of water and wholesale purchases and
sales of water, with quantities determined at the supplier's departure point;
7) Documentation of reuse and desalination credits, if taken.

If for some reason, the Permittee does not achieve the specified per capital rate, the report shall
document why the rate and requirements were not achievable, measures taken to attempt meeting them,
and a plan to bring the permit into compliance. This report is subject to District approval. If the report is
not approved, the Permittee is in violation of the Water Use Permit.

The District will evaluate information submitted by Permittees who do not achieve these requirements to
determine whether the lack of achievement is justifiable and a variance is warranted. Permittees may
justify lack of achievement by documenting unusual water needs, such as larger-than-average lot sizes
with greater water irrigation needs than normal-sized lots. However, even with such documented
justification, phased reductions in water use shall be required unless the District determines that water
usage was reasonable under the circumstances reported and that further reductions are not feasible. For
such Permittees, on a case-by-case basis, individual water conservation requirements may be developed
for each management period. Per capital rate requirements may be adjusted upward or downward
through rulemaking and will become requirements.

B. WATER CONSERVING RATE STRUCTURE
The Permittee shall maintain a water-conservation oriented rate structure.

C. WATER AUDITS
The Permittee shall conduct water audits of the water distribution system during each management
period. A water audit may include the following activities: detection of unauthorized uses and authorized
unmetered uses, correction of under-registration of meters, determination of fire flow use, and leak
detection/repair. Water audits which identify a greater than 12 percent unaccounted-for water shall
include a schedule for remedial action, followed by appropriate actions. Audits shall be completed and
reports documenting the results of the audit shall be submitted as an element of,the report required in the
per capital condition, to the Permits Data Section by the following dates: April 1, 1998; April 1, 2001; and
April 1, 2011. Water audit reports shall include a schedule for remedial action if needed.


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D. RESIDENTIAL WATER USE REPORT
By April 1 of each year, the Permittee shall submit a residential water use report for the preceding period
of October 1 through September 30, detailing:

1) The number of single family dwelling units served and their total water use,
2) The number of multi-family dwelling units served and their total water use,
3) The number of mobile homes served and their total water use.

Where separate indoor and outdoor meters exist, residential water use quantities shall include both the
indoor and outdoor water uses associated with the dwelling units, including irrigation water.

E. RECLAIMED WATER USE REPORT
By January 1 of each year for the preceding period of October 1 through September 30, the Permittee
shall submit a report detailing:

1. Quantity of total reclaimed water provided by the Permittee for reuse on both a total annual average
daily and monthly basis;
2. For all individual customer reuse connections with line sizes of 4-inches or greater, list:
a. account name and address;
b. location of connections) by latitude longitude;
c. line size;
d. meter (yes or no); and
e. metered quantities, if metered.

F. INVESTIGATE DESALINATION
The permitted shall investigate the feasibility of desalination to provide all or a portion of the requested
quantities, and to implement desalination if feasible. The report of this investigation shall be submitted
with any application for new quantities, and shall include a detailed economic analysis of desalination,
including disposal costs, versus development of fresh water supplies, including land acquisition and
transmission costs.

10. WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY MONITORING CONDITIONS

A. FLOW METERING

1. CONTINUED MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF FLOW METERS
The Permittee shall continue to maintain and operate non-resettable totalizing flow meterss; or
other flow measuring devices) as approved by the Permitting Department Director, Resource
Regulation, for District ID Nos. 1 through 23 and 301 (Cosme-Odessa Wellfield Master Meter),
Permittee ID Nos. 1C, 2, 3A, 4, 5, 6A, 7A, 8, 9A, 10, 12A, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, 32,
34, and MM (Cosme-Odessa Wellfield Master Meter). Such devices) shall have and maintain at
all times an accuracy within five percent of the actual flow as installed. Total withdrawal and meter
readings from each metered withdrawal point shall be recorded on a monthly basis and reported
to the Permits Data Section (using District forms) on or before the tenth day of the following month.
In addition, total wellfield withdrawal for the Cosme-Odessa Wellfield shall be recorded on a daily
basis from District ID No. 301 (Cosme-Odessa Wellfield Master Meter) and reported to the Permits
Data Section (using District forms) on or before the tenth day of the following month.


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Permittee: West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
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The Cosme-Odessa Wellfield Master Meter (District ID No. 301) shall be used as the primary data
source for determining total daily wellfield pumpage. Individual well meters shall be used as the
data source for determining total monthly pumpage from individual wells. The Permittee shall
maintain records of daily pumpage from each individual well meter and provide this data to the
District upon request.

If at any time the difference between the total monthly pumpage value derived from the Cosme-
Odessa Wellfield Master Meter versus that derived from individual well meters is not within five
percent, the Permittee shall utilize the procedure identified under the METER CALIBRATION,
TESTING AND PREVENTIVEICORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAM and the
NOTIFICATION AND CORRECTION OF METERING DISCREPANCIES conditions of this permit
to correct the discrepancy.

2. METER CALIBRATION, TESTING AND PREVENTIVEICORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
PROGRAM
The Permittee shall undertake regular and routine testing, calibration and preventive/corrective
maintenance for each flow meter at the wellfield (i.e. all individual well and master meters) to ensure
that all flow meters have and maintain at all times an accuracy within five percent of actual flow as
installed.

3. NOTIFICATION AND CORRECTION OF METERING DISCREPANCIES
Within three working days of identification that any meter is not providing an accuracy within five
^ percent of actual flow as installed, the Permittee shall inform the Permitting Department Director,
Resource Regulation, in writing of the facts regarding the problem. Upon identification that any
meter is not providing an accuracy within five percent of actual flow as installed, and until the
problem is corrected, production from such wells shall be discontinued, except for the purposes of
meter testing, unless the Permitting Department Director, Resource Regulation, determines based
on information presented by the Permittee that the circumstances presented warrant continued use
during this time period (e.g. public health, safety, and welfare considerations). The Permittee shall
correct the problem within 15 days of problem identification. Within 30 days of problem
identification, a written follow-up report which summarizes the appropriate actions which were taken
to resolve the problem, shall be provided to the Permitting Department Director, Resource
Regulation. This report shall include all corrected data, and be signed and sealed by a Professional
Engineer licensed by the State of Florida.

4. ANNUAL REPORT REGARDING FLOW METERS
By April 1 of each year, the Permittee shall provide a report which certifies the time periods over
the previous calendar year for which each flow meter (individual well meters and Cosme-Odessa
Wellfield Master Meter) had and maintained an accuracy within five percent of actual flow as
installed. The report shall also provide a summary of all regular and routine testing, calibration and
preventive/corrective maintenance which was undertaken for each flow meter at the wellfield during
the previous calendar year. This report may be provided as part of the required Wellfield Annual
Report.

If, at any time during the previous calendar year, any flow meter had or maintained an accuracy that
was not within five percent of actual flow as installed, the facts regarding this occurrence and all
corrective action shall be summarized in the report. The report shall also document that the
problem was corrected to comply with the required accuracy. This report shall be signed and
sealed by a Professional Engineer licensed by the State of Florida.


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B. RAIN GAUGE
The Permittee shall maintain a rain gauge (District ID No(s). 201, Permittee ID No. Cosme Plant) in the
area around Cosme-Odessa Wellfield. Total daily rainfall shall be recorded at this station and submitted
to the Permits Data Section (using District forms) on or before the tenth day of the following month. The
reporting period for these data shall begin on the first day of each month and end on the last day of each
month. Within 60 days of permit issuance, the Permittee shall submit the location of this rain gauge on
an original blue line aerial map or United States Geological Survey quadrangle map, or by providing
latitude longitude location.

C. WATER QUALITY SAMPLING
Water quality samples shall be collected at the sites listed in the table below. These samples shall be
taken during the same sequential week of the months of February, May, August, and November. The
samplesshall be analyzed for Chlorides, Sulfates, and Total Dissolved Solids. Water quality samples from
production wells shall be collected whether or not the well is being used. If sampling is not feasible, the
Permittee shall indicate the reason for not sampling on the water quality data form. Water quality samples
shall be analyzed by a Department of Health certified laboratory under Environmental Laboratory
Certification General Category "1". At a minimum, water quality samples shall be collected after pumping
the well so that a constant temperature, pH, and conductivity are maintained. In addition, the Permittee's
sampling procedure shall follow the handling and chain of custody procedures designated by the certified
laboratory which will undertake the analysis. Any variance in sampling and/or analytical methods shall
have prior approval of the Permitting Department Director, Resource Regulation. Reports of the analyses
shall be submitted to the Permits Data Section (using District forms) on or before the tenth day of the
following month, and shall include the signature of an authorized representative and certification number
of the certified laboratory which undertook the analysis. The parameters and frequency of sampling and
analysis may be modified by the Permitting Department Director, Resource Regulation, as necessary to
ensure the protection of the resource.

District ID No./
Permittee ID No.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
10 2 3A 4 5 6A 7A 8 9A 1 112A 16 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 30 31 32 34

Analyses shall be performed according to procedures outlined in the current edition of Standard Methods
for the Examination of Water and Wastewater by the American Public Health Association-American Water
Works Association-Water Pollution Control Federation (APHA-AWWA-WPCF) or Methods for Chemical
Analyses of Water and Wastes by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

D. WATER QUALITY CONCENTRATION LIMITS
The District reserves the right to set chloride, sulfate and TDS concentration limits on any production well
in the future for saltwater intrusion control purposes, based on data collected and after a sufficient data
base has been established to determine limits. These limits shall be required after discussions with the
Permittee. At such time as the concentration in any water sample reaches or exceeds the designated
concentration limits, the Permittee shall take appropriate action to reduce concentrations to below those
set for the particular well. If the District determines that long-term upward trends or other significant water
quality changes are occurring, the District may reconsider the quantities permitted.


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Within 30 days of permit issuance the Permittee shall install a District-approved staff gauge(s) and report
measurements of lake water levels on a monthly basis. Measures shall take place in the same week of
each month. The staff gauge(s) shall be surveyed and referenced to the National Geodetic Vertical
Datum (NGVD), and a copy of the survey including location and latitude and longitude shall be submitted
with the first water level data report. The staff gauge(s) shall be scaled in one-tenth foot increments and
shall be sized and placed so as to be clearly visible from an easily accessible point of land. Water levels
shall be recorded on a frequency as indicated in the table below and reported to the Permits Data Section
(using District forms) on or before the tenth day of the following month. To the maximum extent possible,
water levels shall be recorded on the same day of each month. The frequency of recording may be
modified by the Permitting Department Director, Resource Regulation, as necessary to ensure the
protection of the resource. Should water levels recede so as not to allow the gauge to be read, the
Permittee shall properly install and survey an additional staff gauge within 15 days of such an occurrence.
Other lakes may be added through the HYDROLOGIC MONITORING NETWORK condition of this
permit.

District ID No. Permittee ID Water Body LatitudelLongitude Recording Frequency

101 Rogers SG Lake Rogers Permittee to provide Monthly

102 Horse Horse Lake Permittee to provide Monthly

103 Raleigh Lake Raleigh Permittee to provide Monthly

F. HYDROLOGIC MONITORING NETWORK
Within 120 days of permit issuance, the Permittee shall submit for the approval of the Permitting
Department Director, Resource Regulation, a plan to update the hydrologic monitoring network currently
utilized by the Permittee in their Northwest Hillsborough Regional Monitoring Plan (NWHRMP). The plan
shall utilize existing data collection sites to the maximum extent possible, and shall provide any
supplementary sites necessary to fill any data gaps within the vicinity of this wellfield. The plan is intended
to establish a comprehensive network of surficial aquifer monitor wells, Floridan aquifer monitor wells,
lake staff gauges, stream gauges, and rain gauges to create monitoring nests for regular data collection
and analyses. Sites shall be located within the area of wellfield influence. The data collection sites within
each monitoring nest shall be in reasonably close proximity to each other. The construction details of
such monitor wells must be adequately documented (i.e. confirmed casing and total depths, as well as
screened intervals) to substantiate data reliability. Where possible, existing monitor wells, staff and rain
gauges may be utilized, and the hydrologic monitoring sites should be located in the vicinity of ecological
monitoring sites. The hydrologic monitoring network shall be reasonably disseminated through the
NWHRMP area, and shall include no less than 10 nested sites.

The plan shall include a location map and tabulation of all existing and proposed surficial and Floridan
aquifer monitoring wells (and their construction details), lake staff gauges and rain gauges (e.g. Authority
and its member government data sites, District sites, USGS sites, etc.). Latitude/Longitude locations shall
be provided for each monitoring site. The frequency of data collection for each monitoring site shall be
monthly. Data collected from each monitoring nest shall be collected on the same day of the month, and
data collection from the entire monitoring network shall be completed in a period not to exceed one week.
Once the plan is approved, data collected from each site shall be submitted to the District's Permits Data
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11. REGULATORY LEVELS
The Permittee shall manage the pumping from Cosme-Odessa Wellfield so as not to cause the cumulative
weekly average elevations of the potentiometric surface of the Floridan aquifer to be lower than the regulatory
levels for each of the wells listed below.

District ID No. Regulatory Level in Feet Above Mean Sea Level
24 (Calm 33A) 24.0
25 (James 11) 25.0
26 (Cosme 3) 20.0

The weekly average elevations shall be calculated by averaging the hourly readings for the week; each weekly
period shall commence at 12:01 A.M. on Saturday of each week.

The weekly average shall continue to be determined cumulatively. The cumulative weekly average elevations
shall be calculated by adding each weekly average elevation to the preceding weekly average elevations and
dividing by the total number of weeks. The cumulative weekly average elevations shall commence on October
1 each year. Cumulative weekly average elevations shall not carry over from one production year to another.
Production causing cumulative weekly average elevations in the monitoring wells to drop below the regulatory
levels shall only be permitted during the first eight weeks of each production year.

The Permittee shall continue to manage the wellfield in a manner as to avoid recurring weekly average
elevations (non-cumulative) of the potentiometric surface of the Floridan aquifer that are more than 3 feet
below regulatory levels for the monitor wells set forth in the table above. The District will continue to collect
the water level recorder hydrographs from each regulatory well on a regular basis, and verify weekly average
elevations calculated from each well. The weekly average elevation (non-cumulative) of the potentiometric
surface of the Floridan aquifer shall not be allowed to drop more than 3 feet below the levels set forth in the
table above, for more than a total of 8 weeks on an annual basis. During the 8 weeks, the weekly average
elevation (non-cumulative) shall not drop more than 5 feet below the level set forth in the table above. Weekly
average elevations (non-cumulative) more than 3 feet below regulatory levels are subject to District review
in light of changed conditions.

12. INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS
In conformance with Chapter 373 Florida Statutes and Chapter 40D-2 F.A.C., the Permittee shall investigate
withdrawal related well complaints and water resource complaints within the vicinity of the wellfield. The
complaint handling/mitigation procedure shall be as follows:

A. Within 24 hours of complaint receipt by the Permittee, the Permittee shall perform a preliminary
investigation and determine whether the Permittee's withdrawals may have caused the problem.
B. If this preliminary assessment indicates that the Permittee may be responsible, the Permittee shall, within
96 hours of complaint receipt, supply the complainant with any water necessary for health and safety
purposes, such as drinking water.
C. If the detailed investigation confirms that the complainant's problem was caused by the Permittee's
withdrawals, the complainant's problem shall be fully corrected within 15 days of complaint receipt. Full
correction for well complaints shall be restoration of the complainant's well to pre-impact condition or
better, including the aspects of pressure levels, discharge quantity, and water quality. This detailed
investigation shall include, but not be limited to, an analysis of water levels and pumpage impacts at the
time of the complainant's problem, well and pump characteristics including depths, capacity, pump curves,
and irrigation system requirements.


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D. If the resulting investigation determines that the Permittee was not responsible for the complainant's
problem, the Permittee shall document the reasons for this determination.
E. The Permittee shall file a report of the complaint, the findings of facts, appropriate technical data, and any
mitigating action taken or to be taken by the Permittee, to the Permitting Department Director, Resource
Regulation, for review and approval within 20 days of the receipt of any complaint. The report shall
include:

1. The name and address of each complainant;
2. The date and nature of the complaint;
3. A summary of the Permittee's investigation;
4. A summary of the Permittee's determination, including details of any mitigation activities; and
5. Cost of mitigation activity for each complaint.

A copy of the report shall also be sent to the complainant within 20 days of complaint receipt. Should the
District deem that water quality data should be collected for well complaints, or that well water quality
complaints should be mitigated under the requirements of this permit, the District shall notify the Permittee
of these requirements.

13. CAPPING OF WELLS
Any wells not in use, and in which pumping equipment is not installed, shall be capped or valved in a water
tight manner in accordance with applicable law.

14. IDENTIFICATION. CONVERSION AND ABANDONMENT OF WELLS
Within 60 days of permit issuance, the Permittee shall provide a list of all existing wells associated with the
wellfield which are not used for production or required to be monitored by this permit. Such wells shall be
properly plugged and abandoned (plugged bottom to top) within 180 days of permit issuance by a licensed
water well contractor in accordance with applicable law under a Well Abandonment Permit issued by the
District, unless an extension is provided, or a proposed use of the well is approved, in writing from the
Permitting Department Director, Resource Regulation.

15. SUBMISSION OF GEOPHYSICAL LOGS AND AQUIFER TESTING
Within 90 days of permit issuance, the Permittee shall provide the results and any and all interpretive analysis
or reports regarding all geophysical logging and aquifer testing conducted between January 1990 and the date
of permit issuance. Any interpretive analysis or report shall be signed and sealed by a Professional Geologist
or Professional Engineer licensed by the State of Florida. All raw data shall be included with such analysis
or reports (including copies of all video logs).

16. WELLFIELD ANNUAL REPORT
The Permittee shall provide a comprehensive and concise annual report describing the operation of the
withdrawal facilities and an assessment of the water resources and environmental systems. An assessment
of the water resources and environmental systems of the wellfield area is required for all sections listed below.
This report shall concisely summarize the elements listed below, with emphasis on the interactions between
these elements, where appropriate. Data sources shall be referenced, but no raw data shall be included in
the report. Only essential text, graphs, and tables should be included in the report. Six copies of the report
shall be submitted to the Permits Data Section by April 1 of each year. The report shall cover the preceding
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A. WATER USE
Any changes to the service area boundaries shall be described in the text and plotted on a map.

B. HYDROLOGIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Data collected through the pumpage, water quality, rainfall, water level, water course discharge, and
environmental monitoring requirements of this permit shall be used to determine the effects of rainfall and
pumpage at the wellfield on the following:
1. Movement of the fresh/saltwater interface;
2. Surficial aquifer water levels;
3. Potentiometric surface levels;
4. Lake levels;
5. Stream discharge; and
6. Wetlands vegetation and hydroperiods.

Statistical trend analyses, such as double-mass curve analysis, multiple linear regression, time series
analysis and factor analysis shall be performed on all monitoring sites to analyze the interactions of rainfall
and pumpage on movement of the fresh/saltwater interface, surficial aquifer water levels, potentiometric
surface levels in the semi-confined aquifers, lake and wetland water levels, stream discharge, treefalls
per unit area, rate of soil subsidence, wetland plant species composition, vegetational community
zonation, wetland habitat functions, and wetland habitat utilization by threatened and endangered species.
Such analyses shall include period of record data. The District reserves the right to require specific
analyses of certain parameters as necessary. Data shall be obtained through field measurements and
aerial photo interpretation. A brief summary of any recommended changes to the monitoring
requirements shall be provided.

C. INVESTIGATION OF COMPLAINTS
A summary of the investigations of complaints and mitigation activities related to the withdrawals, for the
annual reporting periods shall be provided. This summary shall include:
1. Number and type of complaintss;
2. Number and type of mitigation activity(ies);
3. Number and type of complaints) which did not require mitigation activity; and
4. Total cost of all mitigation activity.

17. TIME EXTENSIONS
Unless specified otherwise, time extensions to condition deadlines may be granted upon written request to
the Permitting Department Director, Resource Regulation, provided that the request is made prior to the
deadline, the Permittee has demonstrated a good faith effort in meeting the deadline set forth in the condition,
and that a reasonable modified deadline is proposed by the Permittee.

18. MODIFICATION OR REVOCATION OF PERMIT BY DISTRICT
Nothing in this permit is intended, nor shall anything herein be construed, to replace, limit or impair the
District's right to modify or revoke this permit in accordance with applicable law.

19. MINIMUM FLOWS AND LEVELS
Pursuant to Sections 373.042 and 373.0421, F.S., the District, in cooperation with local governments and
other parties in interest, is in the process of establishing minimum flows and levels for priority areas in the
Northern Tampa Bay region, including the Cosme-Odessa Wellfield. Implementation of minimum flows and
levels may result in modification of this permit and other water use permits in the affected area, to include a
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reduction in permitted quantity, changes in the timing and manner of withdrawals, changes in monitoring and
mitigation requirements, and other-modification or agency action necessary to bring such permit or permits
into compliance with applicable law.

20. OTHER LIMITATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

A. The issuance of this permit does not convey any vested rights or any exclusive privileges. Neither does
it authorize any injury to public or private property, damage to or any invasion of personal rights, nor any
infringement of federal, state, or local laws or regulations. This permit is not a waiver of or approval of
any other District or other state, federal or local permit that may be required in connection with impacts
resulting directly or indirectly from operation of the permitted facilities.

B. This permit does not authorize, and does not relieve, the Permittee from responsibility or liability for harm
or injury to human health or welfare, animal or plant life, natural resources, water resources or property
caused by the operation of the facility, or from penalties therefore; nor does it allow the permitted to cause
any such impacts including but not limited to producing pollution, affecting protected species or habitats
or to have any other impacts in contravention of federal, state or local law.

C. The Permittee may request District approval to increase withdrawals at this wellfield for environmental or
operational reasons provided that such increase is accompanied by an equivalent decrease in withdrawal
from one or more of the other interconnected wellfields.

D. In the event of an inconsistency between the Special Conditions and the Standards Conditions of this
Water Use Permit, the Special Conditions shall control.








Authorized Signature
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT


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40D-2
Exhibit "A"

WATER USE PERMIT CONDITIONS

STANDARD CONDITIONS

1. If any of the statements in the application and in the supporting data are found to be untrue or inaccurate, or
if the Permittee fails to comply with all of the provisions of Chapter 373, F.S., Chapter 40D, or the conditions
set forth herein, the Governing Board shall revoke this permit in accordance with Rule 40D-2.341, following
notice and hearing.

2. The Permittee shall not deviate from any of the terms or conditions of this permit without written approval by
the District.

3. In the event the District declares that a Water Shortage exists pursuant to Chapter 40D-21, the District shall
alter, modify, or declare inactive all or parts of this permit as necessary to address the water shortage.

4. The District shall collect water samples from any withdrawal point listed in the permit or shall require the
Permittee to submit water samples when the District determines there is a potential for adverse impacts to
water quality.

5. The Permittee shall provide access to an authorized District representative to enter the property at any
reasonable time to inspect the facility and make environmental or hydrologic assessments. The Permittee
shall either accompany District staff onto the property or make provision for access onto the property.

6. Issuance of this permit does not exempt the Permittee from any other District permitting requirements.

7. The Permittee shall cease or reduce surface water withdrawal as directed by the District if water levels in lakes
fall below applicable minimum water level established in Chapter 40D-8 or rates of flow in streams fall below
the minimum levels established in Chapter 40D-8.

8. The Permittee shall cease or reduce withdrawal as directed by the District if water levels in aquifers fall below
the minimum levels established by the Governing Board.

9. The Permittee shall practice water conservation to increase the efficiency of transport, application, and use,
as well as to decrease waste and to minimize runoff from the property. At such time as the Governing Board
adopts specific conservation requirements for the Permittee's water use classification, this permit shall be
subject to those requirements upon notice and after a reasonable period for compliance.

10. The District may establish special regulations for Water Use Caution Areas. At such time as the Governing
Board adopts such provisions, this permit shall be subject to them upon notice and after a reasonable period
for compliance.

11. The Permittee shall mitigate, to the satisfaction of the District, any adverse impact to existing legal uses
caused by withdrawals. When adverse impacts occur or are imminent, the District shall require the Permittee
to mitigate the impacts. Adverse impacts include:

a. A reduction in water levels which impairs the ability of a well to produce water;


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b. Significant reduction in levels or flows in water bodies such as lakes, impoundments, wetlands, springs,
streams or other watercourses; or
c. Significant inducement of natural or manmade contaminants into a water supply or into a usable portion
of any aquifer or water body.

12. The Permittee shall mitigate to the satisfaction of the District any adverse impact to environmental features
or offsite land uses as a result of withdrawals. When adverse impacts occur or are imminent, the District shall
require the Permittee to mitigate the impacts. Adverse impacts include the following:

a. Significant reduction in levels or flows in water bodies such as lakes, impoundments, wetlands, springs,
streams, or other watercourses;
b. Sinkholes or subsidence caused by reduction in water levels;
c. Damage to crops and other vegetation causing financial harm to the owner; and
d. Damage to the habitat of endangered or threatened species.

13. When necessary to analyze impacts to the water resource or existing users, the District shall require the
Permittee to install flow metering or other measuring devices to record withdrawal quantities and submit the
data to the District.

14. A District identification tag shall be prominently displayed at each withdrawal point by permanently affixing the
tag to the withdrawal facility.

15. The Permittee shall notify the District within 30 days of the sale or conveyance of permitted water withdrawal
facilities or the land on which the facilities are located.

16. All permits issued pursuant to these Rules are contingent upon continued ownership or legal control of all
property on which pumps, wells, diversions or other water withdrawal facilities are located.










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