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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Course Descriptions (JDV Box 89)
General Note: Box 19, Folder 6 ( Local Comprehensive Planning and Development Regulations - - 1991 ), Item 1
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A ENVIRONMENTAL PERMrITTNG N STORMWATER QUALITY:
OVERVIEW: covers stucture and responsibilities of state covers state and federal (NPDES) stormwater quality dis-
and federal environmental agencies; review of permitting charge standards and regulations; agency criteria for review
programs, overview of all aspects of environmental permit- and current agency practices; delegation to water manage-
ting in Florida. meant districts; integration with dredge and fill and surface
Instructors: Vivian Gafein, Deborah Getoff, Doug water discharge permitting: stormwater utilities: implementa-
Halsey, John Wehl tion of NPDES stormwater program, purpose and intent, ap-
nlicatin of criteria examples.


B GROWTH MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW: covers
structure and growth management responsibilities of the
Department of Community Affairs, regional planning
councils, and local government; review of planning and
regulatory programs; developments of regional impact, local
government comprehensive plans, state and regional plans,
and agency functional plans.
Instrctors: Larry Keesey, Ji Murley, Steve Pfe#fer
C PERSONAL AND CORPORATE LIABILITIES:
covers key provisions of federal and state environmental laws
and recent court decisions which have found officers and
directors of corporations to be personally liable for clean-up
costs; risks of liability for lenders under environmental laws;
trends in federal cases on the liability of parent corporations
for their subsidiaries' violation of environmental laws.
Instructors: Doug Lalsey, Denns Stots, Kirk Brns
D ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN
ENVIRONMENTAL PERMiTTING: complexity in environ-
mental laws and rules inevitably leads to situations in which
the legal and ethical responsibilities of the attorney, environ-
mental consultant and client are unclear; course focuses on
ethical conflicts, disclosure, reporting, time of response, third
party involvement, confidentiality, clien/ attorney and
consultant relationships.
Instructors: Steve Fox, Duke Woodson, Tim Smith
E DREDGE AND FILL JURISDICTION: detailed review
of state, federal and water management district dredge and fill
jurisdiction isolated wetlands; Department of Environmental
Regulation vegetative index rule; current agency practices of
Department of Environmental Regulation, water management
districts and Corps: impact of Environmental Protection
Agency's "no net loss" policy; review of federal wetlands
manual.
Instrcters: Boone Kuerstener, Mike Dennis, Rick
Cantrel, Ron Silver
F DREDGE AND FILL PERMITTING: overview of
agency jurisdiction; in-depth examination of permit criteria
and current agency practices; permit exemptions; legal
precedents; covers Department of Environmental Regulation
and Corps permitting; impact of recent federal changes;
emerging state trends and issues; current agency practices.
Insructors: Jay Landers, Bererly BirkIt, Janet Llewellyn,
John Han
o ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION: discussion of
agency rules statutory criteria; Department of Environmental
Regulation, Corps and water management district programs;
current agency practices; emerging state and federal trends;
review of Department of Environmental Regulation regula-
tions; mitigation banking; federal "no net loss" criteria;
illustrative examples.
lnstrctors: Frank Mathews, Steve Godky, Ann Redrmndl,
John Hall


Instructors: Cathy Selers, Lloyd Stebbins, Steve Lienhart,
Erie Uvingston
I SURFACE WATER DISCHARGE: covers Department of
Environmental Regulation triennial review of water quality
standards: surface water quality classifications; outstanding
Florida waters; state and federal permit criteria and proce-
dures; numerical and non-numerical standards; methods of
measurement; wasteload allocations; mixing zones; discharge
of toxic materials; exemptions of site specific alternative
criteria; bioassay and toxicity requirements.
Instructors: Terry Cole, John MUlkcan, J.P. Subramani,
Steve Palmer
J GROUND WATER DISCHARGE: covers groundwater
quality classifications; state and federal permit criteria and
procedures; monitoring requirements; activities subject to
regulation: application of primary and secondary standards;
current agency practices; wellfield and aquifer protection:
examples.
Instructors: Rob Rhodes, John Garianger, Chuck AUer
K PUBLIC DRINKING WATER, ON-SITE SEWAGE
DISPOSAL SYSTEMS, AND WATER REUSE: covers
community and.non-community drinldng water systems;
affect of recent changes to Safe Drinking Water Act; monitor-
ing and review of Department of Health and Rehabilitative
Services and local septic tank regulations; review criteria and
enforcement procedures: water reuse; reclaimed water
distribution systems.
Instretors: Jim Boyd, Cynthia Christen, Kevin Sherman,
James Crook
L USE OF WETLANDS FOR STORMWATER AND
WASTEWATER TREATMENT: an in-depth look at wetlands
legislation and agency rules and practice as they apply to the
use of wetlands for waste assimilation and water storage;
review of recent rule changes; technical applications and case
studies; impact of federal wetlands policy; emerging trends
and issues.
Istructors: Bob Knight, Larry Schwartr, Eric Livingston
M SOLID WASTE FACILITY PERMITTING AND
CLOSURE: covers regulatory criteria for new facilities;
leachate treatment; monitoring; synthetic and natural materi-
als; other design criteria; landfill cover and closure; monitor-
ing; cleanup and mitigation; cover materials: design consid-
erations: current agency practices; compliance strategies;
liability considerations.
Instrutors: Bl Preston, Red McCormack, David Deans
N HAZARDOUS WASTE/RCRA: review of Resource
Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA); respective roles of
Department of Environmental Regulation and Environmental
Protection Agency; detailed analysis of hazardous waste
reguleptry program; wa'tes regulated; determining hazardous
waste: r-gulation' for rep.lati'on< for generators, transporters,


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treatment, storage and disposal; mani-
fests; reporting, recordkeeping and
permits needed, inspections, enforcement.
Instractrs: Ralph DeMto, Jim Colela, Mary Ardnf,
Sawdsl Kasury
0 SUPERFUND PROCESS AND PROGRAM: covers site
investigation; review of remedial investigation/feasibility
study, site de-lising; respective responsibilities of Depart-
ment of Environmental Regulation and Environmental
Protection Agency; contractor selection process; potential
liability issues under Superfund: legal and technical response
options; includes review of Superfund Authorization and
Reauthorization Act (SARA).
Insltrcors: Ken Tucker, Bl Harris, Don Gulnyard, Dan
DiDomenico

P RIGHT-TO-KNOW-- OSHA AND EPCRA: provides
scope of right-to-know laws: hazard chemical determination;
impact on construction industry; multi-employer worksites;
labeling requirements material safety data sheets (MSDS);
training requirements: relation between OSHA & EPCRA
purview of EPCRA annual reporting requirements and
emergency reporting EPCRA enforcement.
Instrcters: Larry Sate, Gary Ward, Bl Board, Robin
Fonmno
0 REGULATION OF STORAGE TANKS: overview of
legislation including recent amendments; review of Depart-
ment of Environmental Regulation regulations; regulatory
and cleanup criteria; statutory and administrative deadlines;
activities subject to regulation; superact implementation;
transfer of coastal petroleum storage tanks from DNR to
Department of Environmental Regulation.
Instructors: Tom Maure, Mark Stephens, Jim Andersen,
Marshal MoatfSmth
R CONSUMPTIVE USE PERMITTING: covers water
management district procedures and criteria; current agency
practices: explanation of reasonable-beneficial use; legal
precedents, recent rule changes; district water shortage plans
and programs; water reuse; implementing; examples and case
studies.
Instructors: Doug Wyckoff, Tom Missjir, Rick Levin,
Steve Walker
9 SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE
SFWMD AND SJRWMD: covers management and storage
of surface water permits under Part IV of Chapter 373; works
of the district permits; design criteria and current agency
practices; isolated wetlands; integration with dredge and fill
permitting; delegated stormwater quality permitting response.
abilities.
Instrctors: Mike Tammaro, Bob Higgins, Jeff ledge,
Tony Waterhouse
T SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE
SWFWMD, SRWMD AND NWFWMD: covers management
and storage of surface water permits under Part IV of Chapter
373; works of the district permits: design criteria and current
agency practices; isolated wetlands; integration with dredge
and fill permitting; delegated stormwater quality permitting
responsibilities.
Instredtors Doug Manwon, Bruce With, David Fk..t
Richard Musgrove


U INJECTION CONTROL AND
WELL CONSTRUCTION PERMIT-
TING: covers underground injection control standards and
review criteria; respective roles of Department of Environ-
mental Regulation and water management districts; monitor-
ing and reporting requirements; water well construction
permitting pursuant to Part III of Chapter 373; well construc-
tion certification; examples and current agency practices.
Instrucrs: Tom DeRose, Jim McGrath, David Fisk, Rich
Deureing
V DEVELOPMENTS OF REGIONAL IMPACT: covers
statutory authority; substantive and procedural requirements;
explanation of review criteria and current agency practices;
role of Department of Community Affairs, regional planning
councils and local government; thresholds; binding letter
process; substantial deviations; new ADA application;
consistency with local planning process; upland habitat
protection case studies and examples.
Instructors: Frank Friedmann, Alex Magee, Michael Pat-
trson, Dan Carey
W LOCAL COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING AND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS: detailed review of local
plamniag requirements; required and optional plan elements;
timetable for implementation; plan review and certification
process plan amendments; implementing land development
regulations; citizen standing and appeal; key legal and
administrive decisions; urban sprawl and urban service
ares; habitt protection
Inbsretrs: Jake Vran, Bif Ockunzzd, Bob Nave
X UPLAND HABITAT PROTECTION: covers proposed
rule of Department of Community Affairs, application of Do-
partment of Community Affairs review criteria in local
planning process; integration with federal and state endan-
gered species protection programs; respective roles of
Department of Community Affairs, RPCs, Fish and Wildlife
Service; GFWPC; emerging trends and issues.
Instrctors: Nancy Linnan, Kevin Erwin, Brad Hartman,
Tom Beck
Y CONCURRENCY MANAGEMENT AND LEVELS OF
SERVICE: review of state minimum criteria for concurrency
management systems; establishing levels of service; calculat-
ing available infrastructure capacity; assessing impact of
proposed development: respective roles of state and local
government; selected concurrency management techniques
and methodologies; practical application; examples and case
studies.
Instructors: JeffBercow, Gary Engelhardt, John Wrigh,
Cynthia Benderson
Z AIR QUALITY PERMITTING: covers ambient air
quality standards; emission "offsets" and non-attainment
areas; permit review criteria and current agency practices;
effect of recent and pending federal regulatory changes: waste
incineration emissions; monitoring and enforcement.
Instrutedrs: Paul Amundsen, Ken Kosky, Clair Fancy
AA COASTAL CONSTRUCTION PERMITING:
coastal control lines, thirty year erosion line, design criteria:
habitable and non-habitable structures; review of statutory
and administrative changes; line of continuous construction;
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schedule for reestablishment of coastal
construction control lines; case studies
nd examples.
instructors: Deborah Getoff, Erik Olsen, Harvey Sasso,
tiray Green

BE STATE SOVEREIGN LANDS AND AQUATIC
'RESERVES: regulatory and other review criteria; current
agency practices; mean and ordinary high water line determi-
tations; effect of recent legal decisions; agency rules;
resignation of aquatic preserves; relationship to other
emitting programs: lease fee schedules; emerging trends
nd issues.
instructors: Ross McVoy, Russ Danser, Pete Malson

CC STATE PERMITTING AND ENFORCEMENT
'ROCEDURES: review of administrative procedures relating
a initial permit application and renewal permit; permit
ondiions; monitoring and enforcement; operation permits;
ime limitations; third party intervention: standing; appeals:
ale development procedures.
nstrctern: Larry Sellers, Andy Grayson, Dan Thompson,
'athy Sellers, Dave Jordan

00 WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT PERMIT-
TNG AND ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURES: review of
dminisrative procedures relating to permit applications and
renewal enforcement: time limitations; role of governing
cards; third party intervention and standing; administrative
appeals; rule development.
nsructorn: Duke Woodsor, Kathryn Meanella, Dan For.
ande, Steve Walker

EE FEDERAL PERMITTING AND ENFORCEMENT
'ROCEDURES: administrative procedures of the Environ-
aental Protection Agency and Corps of Engineers; emphasis
an permit issuance and enforcement; time limitations,
appeals, third party intervention; rule notice and adoption
ocednres.
nsarvtors: BI PhlliTps, Don Guinyard, Hains Johnson,
ton SUiver

FF TRANSACTIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL AUDITS:
ability arising from the sale, purchase or other exchange of a
business or undeveloped property; emphasis on hazardous
vaste and groundwater contamination; purpose, need and
basic approach; selection of consultants; review of pertinent
aws and regulations; recent court decisions and legal
Tecedents.
nstrctors: Raf Brookes. Tom Missimer,
lark McCrickanI, Paul Warmus

GG ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE
tSSESSMENTS: examines the legal liability issues associ-
ted with regulatory compliance; actions/case histories
adding to civil and criminal penalties; techniques to perform
comprehensive compliance assessments, to design an
ffctive corective action and to implement a program to
achieve a state of continuous compliance; compliance from
n enforcement agency viewpoint, including state and federal
agency procedures, in conducting facility inspections and
issuing noncompliance notices.
nitrueors: Mary SmawefVd, RofwT R.inrfr, Terry
:chomer


SfHH ENVIRONMENTAL AND
PUBLIC HEALTH LIABILITY RISK
ASSESSMENTS: overview of environmental laws associated
with establishing liability for cleanup of contaminated
properties, including CERCLA, SARA. innocent landowner
defense, Florida's Pollutant Spill Prevention and Control Act
and future trends: phased approach to performance of ELRAs
to identify and manage environmental risks prior to sale of
properties, including an evaluation of environmental impair-
ment liability insurance coverage; industry perspective on
utility of ELRA data to assist in negotiating purchase price/
agreements and deciding on whether to buy or lease.
Instructors: Al Malefatto, Gary Eichler, John Bell,
Russell Saffer
II ENDANGERED AND THREATENED SPECIES:
SPECIES OF SPECIAL STATE CONCERN: covers state and
federal lists; regulatory authority of the Game and Fresh
Water Fish Commission and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service:
points of entry in the permitting process; statutory criteria:
gopher tortoise rule; practical considerations; examples.
Instrctors: John Aurell, Hiburn Hilestad,
Brad Harman

JJ URBAN SPRAWL AND NEW TOWN CENTERS:
examines state policies against urban sprawl, exceptions to
those policies; need for new development patterns; inherent
policy conflicts: and practical limitations; actual case studies
to illustrate issues.
Instructors: James Brinde1, Frederick Pariani, Jr., L. Ben
Strrett, Ron Rotefla

K HOW TO HANDLE A GROUNDWATER
CONTAMINATION PROBLEM: who to contact enforce-
ment and notification procedures; risk assessment; scoping
extent of problem; management options and strategies;
liability considerations; remedial action; emphasis on
practical examples and case studies.
Instructors: David Dee, Dan Rothenberger,
Paul Gruber, John Gentry

LL MARINA PERMITIING: covers special permitting
requirements for docks, boat slips and marinas; addresses
DRI questions, dredge and fill, aquatic preserve restrictions
and state sovereign lands; permit and lease fees; DNR's
marina rule: manatee protection; shellfish protection and
Class I waters; includes recent legislation and implementing
rules.
Instructors: Steve Lewis, Russ Danser,
T. Payson Wflber, Jr., Henry Bitaker

MM 1991 LEGISLATIVE FORECAST: regardless of
the outcome of Florida's gubernatorial and other elections,
1991 will be a landmark year for the Legislature with regard
to tax and funding issues; detailed examination of 1990
growth management and environmental results from view-
point of what results mean for 1991: course emphasis on en-
vironmental and growth management will be covered.
Instructors: Wade Hopping, representatives of the
Governor's Office, House and Senate Natural Resources
and Community Affairs Committees


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