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Title: Discussion Tip Sheets
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Discussion Tip Sheets (JDV Box 89)
General Note: Box 19, Folder 1 ( Growth Management Conference - 1983 ), Item 13
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DISCUSSION TIP "SHEET"



1. Group participants were picked at random exceptions were for balance (i.e., local,
state, private).


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Leaders

a. May tend to "dampen" discussion, or

b. Flow of discussion to author and not other participants

c. Authors are resource people no lectures or lobbying


3. Efforts of group toward possible legislative action:

a. Be careful not to "over kill" problem (i.e., not legislation when a rule, Executive
Order, or policy will do). o-ve L -a/s- r7oA/.

b. Comments that are "not in keeping" with purpose, process or product may be
referred to the seated recorder for Conference Proceedings.

c. Opportunities for narrative comments (in writing only) during General Assembly.


4. Recorders basic tasks (write clearly):

a. Recorder at the pad records the primary issues, problems and solution
statements generated by the group.

b. Recorder who is seated records in parallel the primary issues, problems and
solution statements (should be a double check and a "tighten" copy of the
problems, and solutions).

c. Also, the seated recorder should keep Conference Proceedings (i.e., directed
comments from Leader and a short paragraph summary for each issue "rough"
progression of events).

NOTE: Leaders Keep directed comments to a minimum.


5. Leaders:

a. Watch your time to finish the project.

b. Suggested objectives for Wednesday introductions, agenda expectations, and at
least one problem for each issue area.










DISCUSSION GROUP "E"

I. Issue Water Consumption

No more than 3 to 5 problems

No more than 6 to 10 solution statements for the issue of
Water Consumption




I. Issue Water Recharge and Upland Induction Areas

No more than 3 to 5 problems

No more than 6 to 10 solution statements for the issue of
Water Recharge and Upland Induction Areas




Il. Issue Floodplains

No more than 3 to 5 problems

No more than 6 to 10 solution statements for the issue of
Floodplains




IV. Issue Wetlands

No more than 3 to 5 problems

No more than 6 to 10 solution statements for the issue of
Wetlands


NOTE: No more than 40 solution statements for a grand total from Discussion Group
"E". Also, at least one solution must be developed for each problem identified.




V. Expectations of Participants

1. Listen in order to understand not refute remember the objective is to
clarify and understand.
2. Promote best solution, not attempt to win discussion (i.e., limit the
lobbying).
3. Help the leader, the recorders, and each other.
4. Attempt to be concise and to the point with your comments.
5. Keep self on track and help others to do so.
6. Be aware of time limitations.






SAMPLE ---


GROUP "F"

XVII (ISSUE PLANNING COORDINATION)
(Chapters 23, 160, 373, 380, 403)

A Problem Completing the DRI process prior to Permit Issuance

-Solution Statements (ss) DCA or DER Initiate discussions with state agencies that
issue permits to determine which legislative and administrative actions are necessary
to implement a coordinated DRI and permit issuance program.

-SS DCA, RPA's and State Agencies Draft legislative amendments that would allow
state agencies that issue permits or RPA's the authority to reasonably delay a state
agency from issuing a permit until it has been determined that the permit will not
adversely affect the DRI review process or create a substantial multi-county impact.

-SS State agencies -- all State agency permit applications should require that applicant
to furnish information concerning their status as a DRI.

-SS Draft legislative amends to 380.07 F.S. that would allow those parties listed
in this section to appeal a development order (i.e., permit) issued by a state agency
to the Florida Land and Water Adjudicatory Commission.

B Problem Binding Letter Interpretation of timetables.

-SS DCA seek amendments to 0380.06(4)(a), F.S. and DCA rules to allow the 30-day
binding letter timetable to read "30 working days..."




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