Title: Letter Re: Environmental Permitting Short Course
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Title: Letter Re: Environmental Permitting Short Course
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Language: English
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Letter Re: Environmental Permitting Short Course (JDV Box 89)
General Note: Box 19, Folder 5 ( Chamber Growth Management - Water Wars - 1991 ), Item 3
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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THE T5HE/Z7 c/
FLORIDA
CHAMBER


November 27, 1984


Mr. Jake Varn
Carlton, Fields, Ward, RECEIVED NOV 2 8 1984
Emmanuel, Smith & Cutler, P.A.
Post Office Drawer 190
Tallahassee, Florida 32302

Dear Jake:

Thank you again for agreeing to be an instructor in The Florida
Chamber's first annual Environmental Permitting Short Course.
Enclosed please find a program brochure which has been mailed
to over 6000 business executives, consultants, attorneys, govern-
mental representatives, and other environmental professionals.

You are scheduled to lead in the following sessionss:

Groundwater Discharge Permits: groundwater quality
classifications; state and federal permit criteria
and procedures; monitoring requirements; activities
subject to permits; current agency practices; under-
ground storage tanks.

Instructors: Jake Varn and Porter Knowles.

Case Study of a Major Residential Development: involving
both DRI and permitting review; overview of regulatory
requirements; major emphasis on coastal construction,
dredge and fill, and surface water management; application
of permit requirements to a "real-world" residential
development example.

Instructors: Jake Varn, Phil Parsons, Gerry Ward, Ken Tucker,
Mike Garretson and Suzanne Walker.

Where you have been assigned as session leader, we ask that you
develop an outline of the program content and coordinate with the
following other participants in your sessionss:

Porter Knowles
Dames & Moore
350 Camino Gardens Boulevard
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
(305) 392-9070


136 S. BRONOUGH STREET P.O. BOX 11309 TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32302 (904) 222-2831








Jake Varn
November 27, 1984
Page Two



Phil Parsons
Ausley, McMullen, McGeehee,
Carothers & Proctor
Post Office Box 391
Tallahassee, Florida 32302
(904) 224-9115

Gerry Ward
Post Office Box 10441
Riviera Beach, Florida 33404
(305) 863-1215

Ken Tucker
Akerman, Senterfitt & Eidson
Suite 510, Lewis State Bank Building
Tallahassee, Florida 32302
(904) 224-7091

Mike Garretson
Gulfstream Land & Development
8751 West Broward Boulevard
Plantation, Florida
(305) 472-4200

Suzanne Walker
Department of Environmental Regulation
Room 529, Twin Towers Building
Blairstone Road
Tallahassee, Florida 32303
(904) 488-0130

Enclosed is a sample outline showing the preferred outline format and
desired level of specificity. We would also like to provide
participants with any reference materials such as agency rules,
legal opinions, published articles, etc., which you feel would
be helpful. The Florida Chamber will reproduce all necessary
copies of the outline and reference materials.

Each session is scheduled to last 75 minutes, including time for
questions. It will be your task to divide the lecture responsibilities
among the instructors assigned to your session.

Biographical sketches of instructors will be included in each
registrant's notebook. If you have not yet forwarded this
information or your Speaker Information Sheet (extra copy enclosed)
to Carol McRae, please do so as soon as possible (P.O. Box 10545,
Tallahassee, Florida 32302).









Jake Varn
November 27, 1984
Page Three




The Florida Chamber will reimburse you for any room, meal, and
transportation charges that you incur in connection with the
short-course. We encourage you to attend the Wednesday evening
cocktail reception and dinner which will be held at the Florida
State Conference Center. Please list your expenses on the form
enclosed and return it to the Florida Chamber by January 31, 1985.
Please attach receipts for all expenses.

Finally, the Chamber is considering whether to videotape certain
of the more popular sessions taught at the short course. The
primary purpose would be to make the tapes available to local
chambers and to possibly hold a second short course via videotape
for those unable to attend the January 16-17 session because of
the limited capacity of the conference center. Your biographical
sketch along with background information on the seminar would be
included as part of any videotaped materials to be shown or distributed
at a later time. If you have any objection to having all or a portion
of the sessions) in which you participate videotaped for distribution
by the Chamber, please contact me no later than December 14.

Thank you for your willingness to be a part of this program.
Please contact Carol McRae (904/385-1790) or myself if we can be
of further assistance to you in preparing for your sessionss.

Sincerely,




Charles B. Littlejohn

CBL/lb

Enclosure

cc: Porter Knowles
Phil Parsons
Gerry Ward
Ken Tucker
Mike Garretson
Suzanne Walker




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