NORTHERN TAMPA BAY
WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY,
CITY OF TAMPA,
CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG,
CITY OF NEW PORT RICHEY,
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
THIS AGREEMENT is made and entered into by and between the
WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY, an interlocal
governmental agency created and existing pursuant to 373.1962 and 163.01,
Florida Statutes, acting by and through its Board of Directors, whose address is
2535 Landmark Drive, Suite 211, Clearwater, Florida 34621, herein referred to as
"AUTHORITY"; HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, a political subdivision of the
State of Florida, whose address is 601 E. Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, Florida
33602, herein referred to as "HILLSBOROUGH"; PASCO COUNTY, a political
subdivision of the State of Florida, whose address is 7530 Little Road, New Port
Richey 34654, herein referred to as "PASCO"; PINELLAS COUNTY, a political
subdivision of the State of Florida, whose address is 315 Court Street, Clearwater,
Florida 34616, herein referred to as "PINELLAS"; the CITY OF TAMPA, a
municipal corporation of the State of Florida, whose address is 306 E. Jackson
Street, Tampa, Florida 33602, herein referred to as "TAMPA"; the CITY OF ST.
PETERSBURG, a political subdivision of the State of Florida, whose address is
P. O. Box 2842, 175 Fifth Street North, St. Petersburg, Florida 33731, herein
referred to as "ST. PETERSBURG"; the CITY OF NEW PORT RICHEY, a
municipal corporation of the State of Florida, whose address is 5919 Main Street,
New Port Richey, Florida 34652, herein referred to as "NEW PORT RICHEY";
and the SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT, a
public corporation of the State of Florida created and existing pursuant to Chapter
373, Florida Statutes, whose address is 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida
34609-6899, herein referred to as "DISTRICT".
WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, the DISTRICT has
the statutory responsibility to protect, manage and conserve the water resources
within the District; and
WHEREAS, the AUTHORITY was created in 1974 for the purpose of
developing, storing and supplying water for county and municipal services in a
manner as will give priority to reducing the adverse environmental effects of
excessive or improper withdrawals of water from concentrated areas; and
WHEREAS, currently the AUTHORITY's members are
HILLSBOROUGH, PASCO, PINELLAS, TAMPA, ST. PETERSBURG, and
NEW PORT RICHEY, who are collectively referred to as "AUTHORITY
WHEREAS, the 1997 Legislature recognized the need for coordination
between water management districts, regional water supply authorities, and local
governments and provided clear direction as to each entity's respective role in
ensuring that sufficient water is available for all existing and future reasonable -
beneficial uses and natural systems, while avoiding the adverse effects of
competition for water supplies; and
WHEREAS, the 1997 Legislature has made it clear that the proper role of
the water management districts in water supply is primarily planning and water
resource development and the proper role of local government and regional water
supply authorities is primarily water supply development; and
WHEREAS, the AUTHORITY, AUTHORITY MEMBERS, and DISTRICT
agree that it is in the best interest of all parties and the public they collectively
serve to work together toward accomplishing their respective statutory
responsibilities, including the coordination and development of new and
additional water supplies to meet existing and future demands of the Northern
Tampa Bay area in such a manner as will give priority to reducing adverse
environmental effects of improper or excessive withdrawals of water from
NOW, THEREFORE, the AUTHORITY, AUTHORITY MEMBERS and
DISTRICT, in consideration of the mutual terms, covenants and conditions set
forth herein, agree as follows:
1. OBJECTIVES OF THE AGREEMENT. The parties hereto intend by this
A. develop at least eighty-five million gallons per day (85 mgd) of new
water by December 31, 2007;
B. reduce the permitted pumpage from the Authority's eleven existing
wellfields to one hundred twenty-one (121) million gallons per day
by December 31, 2002, and to ninety (90) million gallons per day by
December 31, 2007;
C. end all existing litigation and administrative hearings and minimize
future litigation and administrative hearings; and
D. provide a process for the DISTRICT to provide financial assistance to
the AUTHORITY to achieve objectives 1 .A. and 1.B. above.
2. DEVELOPMENT OF NEW WATER FACILITIES.
A. The AUTHORITY has prepared and approved a Master Water Plan.
The Master Water Plan proposes to provide a total of an annual average of eighty-
five million gallons per day (85 mgd) of new water by December 31, 2007. The
AUTHORITY proposes to develop this new water in two phases. In PHASE I the
AUTHORITY plans to provide an annual average of thirty-eight million gallons
per day (38 mgd) of new water. In PHASE II the AUTHORITY plans to provide
an annual average of forty-seven million gallons per day (47 mgd) of additional
new water for a total of 85 mgd of new water. The potential water supply sources
for the 85 mgd are listed on Exhibit 1.
B. By July 1, 1998, the AUTHORITY shall prepare and submit to the
DISTRICT a PHASE I water facilities plan (PHASE I PLAN), which, upon
construction, shall provide at least an annual average of 38 mgd of new water, and
a PHASE II water facilities plan (PHASE II PLAN), which, upon construction,
shall provide at least an annual average of 47 mgd of additional new water. By
December 31, 2002, and December 31, 2007, the AUTHORITY shall have the
PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN new water facilities constructed, in
operation and capable of producing annual average quantities of 38 mgd and 47
mgd of new water, respectively.
C. At a minimum the PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN shall
identify the following:
(1) the proposed sources) of water.
(2) the estimated amount of water to be produced from each
(3) when the proposed sources) shall be in operation.
(4) the estimated cost of constructing the water supply facilities
associated with each proposed source.
(5) the expected funding sources, including how much and when
DISTRICT funding pursuant to this AGREEMENT shall be
The PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN shall consist of, but not
necessarily be limited to, the projects listed on Exhibit 1.
D. Within ninety (90) days of receipt of the PHASE I PLAN and PHASE
II PLAN the DISTRICT shall review said plans and determine the extent to which
it will fund the construction of the proposed water supply facilities. Following the
DISTRICT'S review and determination the DISTRICT shall provide in writing to
AUTHORITY a listing of the water supply facilities for which it will provide
funding and the amount of funding.
E. The PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN may be amended from
time to time as deemed appropriate by the AUTHORITY. Provided, however, in
no event shall the amount of water to be produced in PHASE I and PHASE II be
less than 38 mgd and 47 mgd respectively. Further, these amount of water shall
be on line no later than December 31, 2002 and December 31, 2007, respectively.
Nothing herein shall be construed to prevent the AUTHORITY from bringing
more new water on line at earlier dates. The information required in paragraph
2.C. above shall also be provided for any plan amendment. Following the
AUTHORITY's approval of any amendment to the PHASE I PLAN or PHASE II
PLAN the amendment shall be forwarded to the DISTRICT for its review and
determination as to the extent, if any, the DISTRICT will participate in funding
the construction of the new proposed water supply facilities. Within ninety (90)
days of receipt of said amendment the DISTRICT shall review said amendment
and advise the AUTHORITY in writing which water supply facilities it will fund
and the amount of funding for each facility.
F. With respect to providing the information required by paragraph
2.C.(5) above, the information shall be consistent with the schedule and
limitations reflected on Exhibits 1 and 2 and consistent with the requirements of
paragraph 2.H. below.
G. The AUTHORITY shall have the ultimate responsibility for the
planning, construction and operation of all the water facilities provided for herein.
H. The DISTRICT agrees to provide up to one hundred eighty-three
million dollars ($183,000,000.00) to be used by the AUTHORITY for the
development of new alternative water supply facilities approved and constructed
pursuant to paragraph 2. D. and E. above. DISTRICT funds shall be made
available in accordance with the schedule and limitations reflected on Exhibits 1
and 2. At such time as the AUTHORITY and DISTRICT are prepared to develop
a specific water facility which the DISTRICT has agreed to fund pursuant to
paragraph 2.D. and E. under this Agreement, the AUTHORITY and DISTRICT
shall enter a supplemental agreement similar in nature to the model agreement
attached as Exhibit 3, which will detail the terms and conditions by which
DISTRICT funds will be disbursed for the specific project. PROVIDED,
HOWEVER, the DISTRICT shall restrict the use of its funds to alternative water
supply sources and AUTHORITY pipelines as determined pursuant to paragraph
2.D. and E. above. DISTRICT funding shall be provided to the AUTHORITY for
construction costs on a 50/50 cost sharing basis, unless otherwise approved by the
DISTRICT. In the event the AUTHORITY elects to pursue alternative water
supply sources and interties other than those listed on Exhibit 1, it will be
necessary to obtain specific District approval in order to receive DISTRICT
funding for these projects. Nothing herein shall be construed to require the
DISTRICT to fund any additional specific alternative water supply source or
AUTHORITY pipeline except those listed on Exhibit 1. All such funding of any
such additional source or pipeline shall be at the DISTRICT's sole discretion.
I. Beginning on January 1, 1999, and each January 1 thereafter until the
PHASE I PLAN and PHASE II PLAN are completed, the AUTHORITY shall
prepare and submit to the DISTRICT an annual report that describes in detail the
progress that has been made on the PHASE I PLAN and the PHASE II PLAN.
J. With respect to any water use permits required under Part II of
Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, for the water facilities developed pursuant to the
PHASE I PLAN or PHASE II PLAN, the AUTHORITY shall apply for and the
DISTRICT shall consider the issuance of twenty (20) year water use permits. If
issued, in no event shall the term of these permits expire prior to December 31,
3. LAND ACQUISITION.
A. If requested by the AUTHORITY in writing within 30 days of the
approval of this AGREEMENT, the DISTRICT shall endeavor to negotiate in
good faith agreements for the acquisition, by July 1, 1998, of fee simple title to all
wellfield real property described on Exhibit 4 utilizing Water Management Lands
Trust funds. Once the DISTRICT acquires said real property, the DISTRICT and
AUTHORITY shall enter a license agreement for operation and maintenance of
the property by the AUTHORITY, including improvements and facilities.
B. The DISTRICT shall provide Water Management Lands Trust funds
in an amount of up to one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00) per acre, or
as otherwise indicated on Exhibit 4, to acquire fee simple title to the wellfield
properties listed on Exhibit 4, subject to required approvals, compliance with all
applicable statutory and rule criteria, and availability of funds. Said Water
Management Lands Trust funds shall be made available in accordance with
C. The AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS agree to negotiate
in good faith the sale of their respective wellfields and properties identified in
Exhibit 4 (see paragraphs 3.B. and 5.B.), as well as development of any license
agreement contemplated by paragraph 3.A. above.
A. The AUTHORITY's current Water Supply Master Plan indicates an
aggressive conservation and demand management program will be required in
order to maintain a sustainable water supply. The AUTHORITY shall continue
the development and construction of conservation and reclaimed water projects
necessary to achieve its conservation goals.
B. The DISTRICT, in conjunction with the appropriate basin boards,
shall collectively fund, to the extent authorized by law, approximately nine million
dollars ($9,000,000.00) per year for conservation and reclaimed water projects.
This collective funding shall be continued for ten (10) years and shall be provided
to the AUTHORITY, AUTHORITY MEMBERS and other local governments in
Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas Counties on a 50/50 cost sharing basis.
5. ADDITIONAL FUNDING
A. The AUTHORITY and DISTRICT shall jointly and cooperatively
approach the Florida Legislature and U.S. Congress to seek additional funding for
construction of water supply facilities and land acquisition, but such funding shall
not be a condition precedent to the effectiveness of the AGREEMENT.
B. By July 1, 1998, the DISTRICT shall endeavor to negotiate in good
faith agreements for the acquisition of fee simple title to the Al Bar Ranch and
Weeki Wachee Springs properties owned by PINELLAS and ST. PETERSBURG,
respectively. The DISTRICT shall utilize Conservation and Recreation Lands
(C.A.R.L.) funds for the acquisition of these properties in amounts not to exceed
the amounts set forth in Exhibit 4 and their acquisition shall be subject to various
C.A.R.L. and statutory requirements, including availability of funds.
6. RECOVERY PLAN
A. As part of the DISTRICT's phased recovery strategy for the Northern
Tampa Bay area, the AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS agree that by
December 31, 2002, the total annual average daily quantity permitted for
withdrawal from the eleven listed water facilities shall be one hundred twenty-one
(121) mgd. The eleven water facilities are listed on Exhibit 5 attached hereto. By
December 31, 2007, the total annual average daily quantity permitted for
withdrawal from the eleven listed water facilities shall be ninety (90) mgd.
B. Until such time as the AUTHORITY proposes, and the DISTRICT
approves, alternative pumping limitations to those set forth in Exhibit 6, the
AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY MEMBERS shall operate the eleven listed water
facilities in a manner that does not exceed the pumpage limitations set forth in
Exhibit 6. Provided, however, these alternative pumping limitations shall be
submitted to the DISTRICT no later than July 1, 1998 and may only be
implemented following the DISTRICT's approval.
C. Since this AGREEMENT contemplates a mutually beneficial
arrangement allowing the Hillsborough River to be a part of the regional system,
the DISTRICT agrees to continue to implement rulemaking under Chapter 120,
Florida Statutes, and proposes the following minimum flows for the Hillsborough
River, as published in the Florida Administration Weekly on September 19, 1997:
"(1) Minimum Flows For the Lower Hillsborough River
(a) For the purposes of Minimum Flows, the Lower Hillsborough
River is defined as the river downstream of Fletcher Avenue. The Lower
Hillsborough River includes Sulphur Springs, an artesian spring that enters the
river via a short spring run located 2.2 miles downstream of the Hillsborough
(b) The Minimum Flow for the Lower Hillsborough River at the
base of the City of Tampa's dam shall be ten (10) cubic feet per second (cfs) when
the surface water elevation at USGS gauge 02304500 is at or above 20.0 feet
NGVD and 0.0 cfs when the surface water elevation is below 20.0 feet NGVD.
This Minimum Flow has been determined based on the structural alterations in
and along the River and the dependence of viable ecological communities
downstream of the dam with flows from the Hillsborough River Reservoir and
Sulphur Springs. The City of Tampa may meet this flow requirement by diverting
flow from Sulphur Springs or the Reservoir. The required flows will become
effective January 1, 1999.
(c) The District will establish a Minimum Flow for Sulphur
Springs in the future. As part of that process the District will evaluate if additional
flows from Sulphur Springs are available to supplement the Minimum Flow for
the Hillsborough River at the base of the City of Tampa's dam."
Subject to all the procedural requirements of Chapters 120 and 373, Florida
Statutes, and without prejudice to any person's or party's rights under these
chapters, the DISTRICT agrees to move expeditiously to adopt a minimum flow
on the Hillsborough River.
7. ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION AND ADMINISTRATIVE
A. As an alternative to the high cost of administrative proceedings,
litigation and appeals, the DISTRICT, AUTHORITY and AUTHORITY
MEMBERS shall establish a scientific peer review process in conjunction with
establishment of the Water Consortium set forth in paragraph 7.C. below.
B. To the extent DISTRICT rules may need to be revised to accomplish
the terms of this AGREEMENT, the parties agree to cooperate in making such
changes. Further, the DISTRICT agrees to consider rule variances and waivers
pursuant to 120.542, F.S., if necessary, to effectuate this Agreement.
C. Within 90 days after the effective date of this Agreement, the
DISTRICT and AUTHORITY shall provide two million dollars ($2,000,000.00)
each to establish and endow a Water Consortium within the Environmental
Science and Policy Program of the University of South Florida. This Water
Consortium shall be an independent entity which will review issues related to
water sources, as may be jointly requested by the parties in order to minimize the
conflicts between the AUTHORITY and DISTRICT and reduce or eliminate any
need for further costly litigation.
D. The parties agree that nothing herein shall be construed to modify any
existing rules or orders, including permits, of the DISTRICT. All new rules or
orders or changes or amendments to existing DISTRICT rules and orders shall be
subject to all the requirements of Chapter 120, F.S. and Chapter 373, F.S.
8. FUNDING. Pursuant to various paragraphs in this AGREEMENT,
the DISTRICT, in some instances in conjunction with appropriate basin boards
and the State of Florida, is to provide funds for new water facilities (see paragraph
2.H.), real property (see paragraphs 3.A. and B. and 5.B.) and conservation and
reclaimed water projects (see paragraph 4.B.) Availability of this funding is
subject to all applicable requirements of law.
9. LAW COMPLIANCE. Each party shall comply with all applicable
federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations and ordinances relative to
performance under this AGREEMENT.
10. ASSIGNMENT. No party may assign or transfer its rights or
obligations under this AGREEMENT.
11. THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES. Nothing in this AGREEMENT
shall be construed to benefit any person or entity not a party to this
12. MODIFICATIONS. This AGREEMENT constitutes the entire
agreement between the parties and may be amended only in writing, signed by all
parties to this AGREEMENT.
13. DOCUMENTS. The following documents are attached and made a
part of this AGREEMENT:
Exhibit #1 New Water Sources Identified in WCRWSA Master Plan
Exhibit #2 SWFWMD Annual Funding
Exhibit #3 Model Agreement For Water Facility Development
Exhibit #4 Wellfield Ownership, Acreage and Valuations
Exhibit #5 List of Water Facilities
Exhibit #6 Recovery Quantities
In the event of a conflict of agreement terminology, priority shall first be
given to the language in the body of this AGREEMENT, then to the exhibits.
14. INDEMNIFICATION. Each party ("Indemnifying Party") agrees to
indemnify and hold harmless each other party from any loss, claim, damage or
expense, including costs and legal expenses, arising out of or relating to any action
taken by Indemnifying Party in connection with this AGREEMENT, provided
each party shall be solely responsible for, and shall not be entitled to
indemnification for the duties to be performed by it and expenses to be paid by it
pursuant to this AGREEMENT.
15. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. No party hereto shall be liable to any
other party or its directors, officers, employees, agents or representatives for any
indirect, incidental, special, consequential or punitive damages, however caused,
whether in contract, tort, strict liability, warranty or otherwise, as a consequence
of its negligence or in the performance or failure to perform under this
16. EFFECTIVE DATE. This AGREEMENT shall become effective
when approved by all parties and when all AUTHORITY MEMBERS have
executed the voluntary interlocal agreement provided for in 373.1963(1), Florida
Statutes (as amended by Chapter 97-160, Laws of Florida), but in no event later
than January 1, 1998. In the event the member governments have failed to
execute the voluntary interlocal agreement by January 1, 1998, this Agreement
shall be void and of no effect.
17. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance
with the laws of the State of Florida.
18. Time is of the essence in this Agreement.
19. This Agreement shall expire on December 31, 2010.
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
WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER
CITY OF TAMPA
CITY OF NEW PORT RICHEY
CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG
tampa bay (latest.version) 10/14/97
SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER
NEW WATER SOURCES IDENTIFIED
IN WCRWSA MASTER PLAN
(Not in Priority Order)
Million WCRWSA SWFWMD Federal '.i
Project Galons Contribution Contribution Contribution Capyaas
Per Day (m milwons) (n millions) (n millions) m millions)
Cypress Bridge 4 1.4 0 $1.4
Wellfield 12 24 $0 $24
TampaBypass 10 $18 $0 $18
Intertie for $21 $21 $42
Agricultural 12 $18 $18 $36
Cone Ranch and
Dispersed Wells $4 40
Transmission Main $
for Rotational13 $13
HillsboroughBay 35 $40 $41 $19.2* $100
Seawater S180 for 35
Desalination 20-50 Private $90 mgd per
Science and Policy $2 $4
Totals 105-135 $177.4 $184.8 ** 19.2 $471.4
TBD To be determined.
*Requesting an additional S34 million in fcd=ral funding, which if approved results in equal dollar reduction (S 17 million)
for WCRWSA/Tampa and the District. The District portion to be reallocated to other alternative source pro.: cu.
**Assumes for alternative sources S94.6 million Governing Board'Basin Boards. NWSI by FY 2001. and addxRional
S90.2 million available at S14.5 million per year starting FY 2002 through FY 2007.
SWFWMD ANNUAL FUNDING
I I I.
District $11,571,428 $6,805,079 $11,582,008 $13,779,148 $14,571.486 $14,821,483 $21,518,741
District $11,573,423 $18376,507 $29,958,515 $43,737,663 $58,309,149 $73,130,634 $94,649.375
FY2002 FY2003 FY2003 FY 05
District $14,626,187 $15,113,187 $15,113.187 $15,113.186 $15,113.186 $15,113,186
District $109,275,563 $124,388,750 $139,501,937 $154,615,123 $169,728,310 $184,841,496
FY 06 FY 07
(To Be Added)
(This Model Agreement will be comparable to the
"New Water Source Initiative Funding Agreement"
for the Seawater Desalination Water Supply RFP
between SWFWMD and WCRWSA)
WELL FIELD OWNERSHIP,
ACREAGE AND VALUATIONS
WVlul iiteld Permiau O_ Wel Fiwld SWFWMD iffi.^"^ ApP"^m
Wet FeAP emiacte owner earwue swkwr m
Section21 WCRWSA(Section21 Well ield) CityofSt Peterabom 547.44 0.00 547.44 821,160
Cosm-Odessa WCRWSA(Cosme-Odesa Well Field City ofSt Petersburg 564.20 0.00 564.20 S46300
Cosme-Oda WCRWSA(Cosme-Ode Well Field) City ofSt Peterburg 106.92 0.00 106.92 S160380
South Pasco City of St. Petersburg City ofSt Petersburg 519.26 0.00 519.26 S778.890
South Pasco City of St Petersbrg City ofSt. Petersburg 65.40 0.00 65.40 $98100
Cypress Creek WCRWSA(Cypress Creek Well Field SWFWMD CityofSt Pete. 4,880.37 360.37 1,200.00 $800,000
._TOTAL 6,683.59 3.60.37 3003.22 S4504.830
Cross Bar WCRWSA (Cross Bar Ranch
Ranch Well Feld) Pinllt County 8,572.54 0.00 8,572.54 $12,858,810
Cross Bar WCRWSA (Cross Bar Ranch
Ranch Well Field) PilsCouty __ 0.00 0.00 0.00 SO
East Lake Pinelas County Utilitis
(ast Lake Road)Ut s Pinallas Co. Utilities (Eat) 33.78 0.00 33.78 $50.670
East ta Pinelas Co adty Utilities
(as t Lkke Road) Pincllas Co. Utilities (East) 23.68 0.00 23.68 S35,520
Eldridge Wilde Pinellas Co. Utilities (Eldridge Wilde) & F. d 75.67 0.00 75.67 75.670
(PiellCa 75.67 0.00 75.67 $7.70
Eldridge Wild. Pincluas Co. Utilities (Eldridge Wilde) H.O. 4 0 F. Wild430410
nelCo. lee) 3,430.41 0.00 3,430.41 3.430,410
Eldridge Wilde Pinellas Co. Utilities (Eldridge Wilde) E.G. & M. F. Wild*
_(Pmilas Co. las) 0.76 0.00 0.76 $760
TOTAL 12,136.84 0.00 12,136.84 S16,41,840
Regional WCRWSA. Hillsborough County WCRWSA, Hills. County 41.00 0.00 41.00 $61,500
R ional WCRWSA, Hillsborough County WCRWSA. Fill. County 21.00 0.00 21.00 S31,500
TOTAL 62.00 0.00 62.00 S93000
Cress Bridge WCR~WSA, City of St. Pete.,
Cypress Bridge CPi Hi. WCRWSA. Pasco County 41.28 0.00 41.28 S61,920
Cypeas Bridge WCRWSill. ity f Pete., WCRWSA, Pasco County 30.56 0.00 30.56 S45,840
TOTAL 71.84 0.00 71.84 $107.760
PROPOSED PRESERVATIONAREAS: SUBTOTAL 18.954.27 3.680.37 15.273.90 S21.157,430
Al-Bar Ranch Pinllas County Pnellas o 3033.12 0.00 3,033.12 S4,549680
Wgpi W Unknown City ofSt Petesrg 380.00 0.00 380.00 $7,600,000
UNDEVELOPED l'E LL FIELDS
Con Ranch WCRWSA Hillsborou County 12,823.43 0.00 12,823.43 $19235.145
* Permit canceled
** Major portions ofwell field leased from Wilde
--3190.82 3.68037 11.10.4 S. 1-255
Sll90.Sl 3.680.37| 31T,10.45 $32.3-42.215
Note: Land values assessed at S1,500 per acre, except for Wccki Wachcc Springs at S20,000 per acre.
Eldridge Wilde lease valued at S1,000 per acre.
LIST OF WATER FACILITIES
1. Cosme-Odessa Wellfield
2. Eldridge-Wilde Wellfield
3. Section 21 Wellfield
4. South Pasco Wellfield
5. Cypress Creek Wellfield
6. Cross Bar Ranch Wellfield
7. Starkey Wellfield
8. Morris Bridge Wellfield
9. Northwest Hillsborough Regional Wellfield
10. Cypress Bridge Wellfield
11. North Pasco Wellfield
(Annual Average Daily Quantity Expressed
in Millions of Gallons per Day)
Wellfield Year 2002 Year 2007
Northwest Hillsborough 9.0 9.0
Morris Bridge 7.0 7.0
North Pasco 3.0 3.0
Eldridge Wilde 25.6 15.2
Cypress Bridge 5.9 4.3
Section 21 6.6 4.8
Cosme Odessa 7.2 5.3
South Pasco 8.8 6.5
Starkey 8.9 6.5
Cross Bar 17.5 12.8
Cypress Creek 21.4 15.6
Total (11 wellfelds) 121.0 90.0