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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Dept. of Environmental Protection - Generic Permits - Proposed Rules (JDV Box 95)
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IF REQUESTED WITHIN 21 DAYS OF THE DATE OF
THIS NOTICE, A HEARING WILL BE HELD AT THE
TIME, DATE AND PLACE SHOWN BELOW:
TIME AND DATE: 2:00 p.m., June 13, 1995
PLACE: 2020 Capital Circle, S. E., Tallahassee, Florida
THE PERSON TO BE CONTACTED REGARDING
THEPROPOSED RULE IS: Ila Jones, Executive Director,
Board of Building Code Administrators, Northwood Centre,
1940 N. Monroe Street, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0750

THE FULL TEXT OF THE PROPOSED RULE IS:

61G19-6.012 Provisional Certificates.
(1) The Board shall may issue provisional certificates to
any newly employed or promoted building code administrator,
plans examiner, or inspector who is not qualified for a standard
certificate. The provisional certificate allows the person
holding it to continue in employment while achieving standard
certification, subject to the limitations of this rule.
(2) Provisional certificates re valid f: o two (2) years fro
the date of issue and are not renewable:, and are valid for the
following terms:
(a) Two years for inspectors
(b) Two years for plans examiners
(c) Two years for building officials
(3) No person may hold more than two provisional
certificates in succession without attaining standard
certification in a category for which a provisional certificate
has been issues. The Board may restrict provisional crtifi:ate
holders by limiting this area of employment. By requiring
supervision of their work, or by imposing any conditions
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(4) Provisional certificates only be issued to applicants


who demonstrate certification by the expiration date of the
provisional certificate.
(5) Provisional certificates shall only be issued to persons
employed by agency of government.
(6) The board may restrict provisional certificate holders
by limiting their area of employment. By requiring supervision
of their work, or by imposing any conditions necessary to
protect the public health, safety, and welfare, as determined by
the Board's evaluation of the facts of each application.
Specific Authority 468.606 FS. Law Implemented 468.609(6) FS. History-
New 6-23-94, Amended

NAME OF PERSON ORIGINATING PROPOSED RULE: Ila
Jones
NAME OF SUPERVISOR OR PERSON WHO APPROVED
THE PROPOSED RULE: Board of Building Code
Administrators
DATE PROPOSED RULE APPROVED: January 20, 1995


Volume 21, Number 20, May 19,

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTE
DOCKET NO.: 95-13R
RULE CHAPTER TITLE: RULE CHAPTER
Generic Permits 62
RULE TITLES: RULE N
Scope 62-621
Applicability 62-621.
Definitions 62-621
General Conditions 62-621.
Generic Permit for Discharges from
Petroleum Contaminated Sites 62-621.
Generic Permit for Discharge of
Produced Ground Water from any
Non-Contaminated Site Activity 62-621.3
Best Management Practices (BMP) Plan 62-621.
Toxicity Testing Requirements 62-621.8
PURPOSE, EFFECT AND SUMMARY: On May 1, 1995,
Department of Environmental Protection received the author
from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to administer
the federal National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Syste'i
(NPDES) program relating to the discharge of domestic
industrial wastewater. The NPDES program regulates
discharges to waters of the United States. Chapter 62-621 is an'
integral part of the NPDES program. The adoption of this
chapter will assist in the overall goal of permit streamlining.
Chapter 62-621 sets forth the framework for generic permits
issued under section 403.0885 of the Florida Statutes. Under
section 403.0885, F.S., the Department may issue generic
permits to regulate a category of domestic or industrial
wastewater facilities if they all: involve the same or
substantially similar types of operations; discharge the same
types of wastes or engage in the same types of residuals or
industrial sludge use or disposal practices; require the same
effluent limitations, operating conditions, or standards for
residuals or industrial sludge use or disposal; require the same
or similar monitoring; and, are more appropriately controlled
under a generic permit than an individual permit The proposed
rule sets forth: the general conditions applicable to all generic
permits; toxicity testing requirements; and, the procedures to
be followed when preparing a Best Management Practices
Plan.
Chapter 62-621 also sets forth two generic permits. The first
generic permit is for discharges from petroleum contaminated
sites. This generic permit places limitations on discharges from
treatment systems which are used to treat common
contaminants found in petroleum fuels and allows the
permitted to expedite startup of a hydrocarbon recovery system
once a leak has been detected and ground water has been
contaminated. The second generic permit is for discharges of
produced ground water from any non-contaminated site
activity. This generic permit allows general dewatering for
uncontaminated sites.


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~ IFIC AUTHORITY: 403.061, 403.087, 403.088,
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IMPLEMENTED: 403.061, 403.087, 403.088,
: S85, 403.08851, F.S.
REQUESTEDD WITHIN 21 DAYS OF THE DATE OF
-.i NOTICE, A HEARING WILL BE HELD AT THE
--IE. DATE AND PLACE SHOWN BELOW:
--(E AND DATE: 2:00 p.m., June 19, 1995
.\CE: Department of Environmental Protection, Room 609,
-,in Towers Office Building, 2600 Blair Stone Road,
-1lahassee, Florida
Sn accommodation for a disability is needed to participate in
-:, activity, please notify the Personnel Services Specialist in
1c Bureau of Personnel at (904)487-1855 or (800)955-8771
TDD), at least seven days before the meeting.
niE PERSON TO BE CONTACTED REGARDING THE
PROPOSED RULE: Jim Bottone, Industrial Wastewater
actionn, Department of Environmental Protection, Mail Station
;545, 2600 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida
2399-2400, (904)488-4522

THE FULL TEXT OF THE PROPOSED RULES IS:

62-621.100 Scope.
This Chapter sets forth the procedures to obtain generic
vrm\its authorized under Section 403.0885, Florida Statutes,
jnd Chapter 62-620, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.).
The Department may issue a generic permit to regulate a
category of domestic or industrial wastewater facilities if they
all: involve the same or substantially similar types of
operations: discharge the same types of wastes or engage in the
same types of residuals or industrial sludge use or disposal
practices: require the same effluent limitations, operating
conditions, or standards for residuals or industrial sludge use or
disposal; require the same or similar monitoring; and, are more
appropriately controlled under a generic permit than an
individual permit.
Specific Authority 403.061. 403.087. 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. Law
Implemented 403.061. 403.087. 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. History-
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62-621.105 Applicability.
(1) The generic permits issued under this Chapter are
subject to the procedural requirements of Chapter 62-620,
F.A.C., unless otherwise specified.
(2) For wastewater facilities covered under the Federal
NPDES "General Permit for Dewatering and Petroleum Fuel
Contaminated Ground/Storm Waters in the State of Florida".
the Department shall, after receiving authorization to
administer the NPDES program, notify users that their
coverage has been transferred to the State permit by issuing a
letter to the permitted.


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(3) Dischargers covered under the existing l'ck3
NPDES permit shall remain covered until the pcniautx
notifies the Department that it wishes coverage undci tdh
issued State generic permit.
Specific Authority 403.061. 403.087. 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 1i. LP.
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62-621.200 Definitions.
Unless otherwise defined, the words and phrases contained uT
this Chapter shall have the same meaning as specitied Wu
Chapter 62-620, F.A.C.
(1) "Generic Permit" means a general permit issued utlk\
the authority of Section 403.0885, F.S.
(2) "Hazardous Substance" means any substa c
designated under 40 CFR Part 116, which is htclt\
incorporated by reference.
(3) "Toxic Pollutant" means any pollutant listed as toxic. ut
40 CFR 401.15, which is hereby incorporated by reference.
Specific Authority 403.061. 403.087. 403.088, 403.0885. 403.08851 1. LAt%
Implemented 403.061, 403.087. 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. lithY
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62-621.250 General Conditions.
Notwithstanding Rule 62-620.610, F.A.C., and unless stated
otherwise in this Chapter, the following conditions apply lt all
permits listed in this Chapter.
(1) The terms, conditions, requirements, limitations mid
restrictions set forth in this permit are binding and enfoncVbk.
pursuant to Chapter 403, Florida Statutes. Any Oixlit
noncompliance constitutes a violation of Chapter 403, Flhtid
Statutes, and is grounds for enforcement action, m-P1it
termination, or permit revocation and reissuance.
(2) As provided in subsection 403.087(6). F.S., th
issuance of coverage under this permit does not convey Oi
vested rights or any exclusive privileges. Neither dcls It
authorize any injury to public or private property or Mui\
invasion of personal rights, nor authorize any infringemnct 1f
federal, state, or local laws or regulations. Coverage undc thtIh
permit is not a waiver or approval of any other Departttctl
permit or authorization that may be required for other aspects
of the total project which are not addressed in this permit.
(3) Coverage issued under this permit conveys no title t\
land or water, does not constitute State recognition o1
acknowledgment of title, and does not constitute authority for
the use of submerged lands unless herein provided and the
necessary title or leasehold interests have been obtained lltlu
the State. Only the Trustees of the Internal Improvement lSllt
Fund may express State opinion as to title.
(4) Coverage under this permit does not relieWvc.th
permitted from liability and penalties for harm or iniulWt-
human health or welfare, animal or plant life, or pro YtL
caused by the construction or operation of this pormtttltd
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:ontravention of Florida Statutes and Department rules unless
specifically authorized by an order from the Department. The
permitted shall take all reasonable steps to minimize or prevent
any discharge, reuse of reclaimed water, or residuals use or
disposal in violation of this permit which has a reasonable
likelihood of adversely affecting human health or the
environment. It shall not be a defense for a permitted in an
enforcement action that it would have been necessary to halt or
reduce the permitted activity in order to maintain compliance
with the conditions of this permit.


(5) The permittee shall at all times nrooerlv operate and


maintain the facility and systems of treatment and control, and
related appurtenances, that are installed and used by the
permitted to achieve compliance with the conditions of this
permit This provision includes the operation of backup or
auxiliary facilities or similar systems when necessary to
maintain or achieve compliance with the conditions of the
permit.
(6) This permit may be modified, revoked and reissued, or
terminated for cause. The filing of a notification of planned
changes or anticipated noncompliance does not stay any permit
condition.
(7) The permitted, by accepting coverage under this
permit, specifically agrees to allow authorized Department
personnel, including an authorized representative of the
..- Department and authorized EPA personnel, when applicable,
upon presentation of credentials or other documents as may be
required by law, and at reasonable times, depending upon the


nature of the concern being investigated, to:


(a) Enter upon the permitted's premises where a regulated


facility, system, or activity is located or conducted, or where
records shall be kept under the conditions of this permit:
(b) Have access to and copy any records that shall be kept
under the conditions of this permit;
(c) Inspect the facilities, equipment, practices, or
operations regulated or required under this permit: and
(d) Sample or monitor any substances or parameters at any
location necessary to assure compliance with this permit or
Department rules.
(8) In accepting coverage under this permit, the permitted
understands and agrees that all records, notes, monitoring data,
and other information relating to the construction or operation
of this permitted source which are submitted to the Department
may be used by the Department as evidence in any
enforcement case involving the permitted source arising under
the Florida Statutes or Department rules, except as such use is
proscribed by section 403.111. Florida Statutes, or Rule
62-620.302, Florida Administrative Code. Such evidence shall
only be used to the extent that it is consistent with the Florida


Rules of Civil Procedure and applicable evidentiary rules.


(9) When requested by the Department, the permitted shall


." within a reasonable time provide any information required by
law which is needed to determine whether there is cause for


revising, revoking and reissuing, or terminating coverage
under this permit, or to determine compliance with the permit.
The permitted shall also provide to the Department upon
request copies of records required by this permit to be kept. If
the permitted becomes aware of relevant facts that were not
submitted or were incorrect in the permit application or in any
report to the Department, such facts or information shall be
promptly submitted or corrections promptly reported to the
Department.
(10) The permitted, in accepting coverage under this
permit, agrees to pay the applicable regulatory program and
surveillance fee in accordance with Rule 62-4.052, F.A.C.
(11) Coverage under this permit is transferable only upon
Department approval in accordance with Rule 62-620.340,
F.A.C. The permitted shall be liable for any noncompliance of
the permitted activity until the transfer is approved by the
Department.
(12) The permitted shall give advance notice to the
Department of any planned changes in the permitted facility or
activity which may result in noncompliance with permit
requirements. The permitted shall be responsible for any and
all damages which may result from the changes and may be
subject to enforcement action by the Department for penalties
or revocation of this permit. The notice shall include the
following information: i
(a) A description of the anticipated noncompliance: I.
(b) The period of the anticipated noncompliane
including dates and times: and,
(c) Steps being taken to prevent future occurrence of
noncompliance.
(13) Sampling and monitoring data shall be collected ai
analyzed in accordance with Rule 62-4.246, F.A.C., Chapter
62-160, F.A.C.. and 40 CFR 136, which is hereby incorporated
by reference, as appropriate. -
(a) Monitoring results shall be reported at the interval
specified elsewhere in this permit and shall be reported on
Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR), DEP Form
62-620.910(10).
(b) If the permitted monitors any contaminant mor
frequently than required by the permit, using Department
approved test procedures, the results of this monitoring shall be
included in the calculation and reporting of the data submitted
in the DMR.
(c) Calculations for all limitations which require averaging
of measurements shall use an arithmetic mean unless otherwise
specified in this permit.
(d) Under Chapter 62-160. F.A.C.. sample collection shai
be performed by following the protocols outlined in "DElI
Standard Operating Procedures for Laboratory Operations
Sample Collection Activities" (DER-QA-001/92
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description of the noncompliance and its cause: the period of
noncompliance including exact dates and time. and if the
noncompliance has not been corrected, the anticipated time it
is expected to continue; and steps taken or planned to reduce.
eliminate, and prevent recurrence of the noncompliance.
(a) The following shall be included as information which


must be reported within 24 hours under this condition:


1. Any unanticipated bypass which causes any reclaimed
water or the effluent to exceed any permit limitation or results
in an unpermitted discharge.
2. Any upset which causes any reclaimed water or the
effluent to exceed any limitation in the permit,
3. Violation of a maximum daily discharge limitation for
any of the pollutants specifically listed in the permit for such
notice, and
4. Any unauthorized discharge to surface or ground
waters.
(b) If the oral report has been received within 24 hours, the
noncompliance has been corrected, and the noncompliance did
not endanger health or the environment, the Department shall
waive the written report.
(15) The permitted shall report all instances of
noncompliance not reported under condition (12) of this permit
at the time monitoring reports are submitted. This report shall
contain the same information required by condition (14) of this
permit.
(16) Bypass Provisions.
(a) Bypass is prohibited, and the Department may take
enforcement action against a permitted for bypass, unless the
permitted affirmatively demonstrates that:
1. Bypass was unavoidable to prevent loss of life, personal


. 2 There were no feasible alternatives to the bypass, such


agMinS as the use of auxiliary treatment facilities, retention of
LerwiK untreated wastes, or maintenance during normal periods of
equipment downtime. This condition is not satisfied if


adequate back-up equipment should have been installed in the
exercise of reasonable engineering judgment to prevent a
bypass which occurred during normal periods of equipment


downtime or preventive maintenance: and


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As surance Plan (CompQAP) on file with the Department. This
ComPOAP shall be approved for collection of samples from
the required matrices and for the required tests.
(14) The permitted shall report to the Department any


(d) A permitted may allow any bvpass tooc~ur which does


not cause reclaimed water or effluent limitations to be
exceeded if it is for essential maintenance to assure efficient
operation. These bypasses are not subject to the provision of
condition (16)(a) through (c) of this permit.
(17) Upset Provisions.
(a) A permitted who wishes to establish the affirmative
defense of upset shall demonstrate, through properly signed.
contemporaneous operating logs, or other relevant evidence
that:
1. An upset occurred and that the permitted can identify
the causes) of the upset.
2. The permitted facility was at the time being properly
operated:
3. The permitted submitted notice of the upset as required
in condition (14) of this permit: and
4. The permitted complied with any remedial measures


(b) In any enforcement proceeding. the permitted seeking


to establish the occurrence of an upset has the burden of proof.
(c) Before an enforcement proceeding is instituted, no
representation made during the Department review of a claim
that noncompliance was caused by an upset is final agency
action subject to judicial review.
(18) Generic permits are valid only for the specific
activities indicated. Any deviation from the specified activities
and the conditions for undertaking those activities shall
constitute a violation of the permit. The permitted is placed on
notice that violation of the permit may result in suspension or
revocation of the permitted's use of the generic permit and may


cause the Department to begin legal proceedings.


(19) The use of generic permits issued under this Chapter


is limited to the expiration date of the generic permit. Terms
and conditions of the permit are automatically continued in
accordance with 40 CFR 122.6. which is hereby incorporated
by reference, only where the permitted has submitted a timely
and complete Notice of Intent 180 days prior to expiration of
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(b) If the permitted knows in advance of the need for a
bypass, it shall submit prior notice to the Department, if
possible at least 10 days before the date of the bypass. The
permitted shall submit notice of an unanticipated bypass within
24 hours of learning about the bypass as required in condition
(14) of this permit A notice shall include a description of the
bypass and its cause; the period of the bypass, including exact
dates and times: if the bypass has not been corrected, the
anticipated time it is expected to continue; and the steps taken
or planned to reduce, eliminate, and prevent recurrence of the
bypass.
(c) The Department shall approve an anticipated bypass.
after considering its adverse effect, if the permitted
demonstrates that it will meet the conditions listed in condition
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(20) Coverage under this generic permit may be modified
in accordance with Chapter 120, F.S., or suspended or revoked
-- in accordance with Rule 62-620.710(4), F.A.C., if the Secretary
determines that there has been a violation of any of the terms or
conditions of the permit, there has been a violation of state
water quality standards or the permitted has submitted false,
incomplete or inaccurate data or information.
Specific Authority 403.061. 403.087, 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. Law
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62-621.301 Generic Permit for Discharges from Petroleum
Contaminated Sites.
(1) The document "Generic Permit for Discharges From
Petroleum Contaminated Sites," issued by the Department and
dated May 19, 1995, is hereby incorporated by reference and
made part of this Chapter.
(2) The document referenced in item number (1) of this
section contains the specific discharge limits, operating
requirements, and application requirements for discharges
from petroleum contaminated sites.
(3) Coverage under this generic permit expires on
{Effective date plus five years).
Specific Authority 403.061. 403.087. 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. Law
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62-621.302 Generic Permit for Discharge of Produced
Ground Water from any Non-Contaminated Site Activity.
_. (1) The document "Generic Permit for the Discharge of
Produced Ground Water From Any Site Activity." issued by
the Department and dated May 19, 1995, is hereby
incorporated by reference and made part of this Chapter.
(2) The document referenced in item number (1) of this
section contains the specific discharge limits and operating
requirements for discharges of produced ground water from
any site activity.
(3) Coverage under this generic permit expires on
{Effective date plus five years }.
Specific Authority 403.061. 403.087, 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. Law
Implemented 403.061, 403.087. 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. History-
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62-621.700 Best Management Practices (BMP) Plan.
When a BMP plan is required by a generic permit listed in this
Chapter, the permitted shall prepare the plan in accordance
with the following procedures.
(1) The permitted shall maintain the BMP plan at the
facility and shall make the plan available to the Department
upon request.
(2) The permitted shall develop and implement a BMP
plan which prevents, or minimizes the potential for, the release
of pollutants from ancillary activities, including:
(a) material storage areas;
(b) plant site runoff:


(c) in-plant transfer, process and material handling areas:
(d) loading and unloading operations; and
(e) sludge and waste disposal areas,
to the waters of the United States through plant site runoff
spillage or leaks, sludge or waste disposal, or drainage from
raw material storage. The term pollutants refers to any
substance listed as toxic under Section 307(a)(1) of the Clean
Water Act (Act): oil, as defined in Section 311 (a)( ) of the Act
and substances listed as hazardous under Section 311 of the
Act.
(3) The "NPDES Guidance Document" can be used as a
reference which contains technical information on BMPs and
the elements of the BMP program. Copies of the "NPDES
Guidance Document" may be obtained by submitting written
requests to: Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau
of Water Facilities Planning and Regulation, Industrial
Wastewater Section, Mail Station #3545, 2600 Blair Stone
Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400 or Director, Water
Management Division, U.S. EPA Region IV, 345 Courtland St.,
N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30365.
Specific Authority 403.061, 403.087, 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. Law
Implemented 403.061. 403.087. 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. History-
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62-621.800 Toxicity Testing Requirements.
The toxicity testing procedures described below are applicable
only to generic permits listed in this Chapter and only when
specifically required by the generic permit.
(1) Discharges of Freshwater.
(a) Permittees whose discharge is freshwater with a
salinity of less than 1 gram per liter, shall initiate the series of
tests described below to evaluate whole effluent toxicity of the
discharge from the outfall. If more than one (1) outfall exists,
separate tests will be performed on each outfall. All test
species, procedures and quality assurance criteria used shall be
in accordance with "Methods for Measuring the Acute Toxicity
of Effluents to Freshwater and Marine Organisms,"
EPA/600/4-90/027F. The dilution/control water used will be
moderately hard water as described in EPA/600/4-90/027F
Section 7. A standard reference toxicant quality assurance test
shall be conducted concurrently with each species used in the
toxicity tests and the results submitted with the discharge
monitoring report (DMR). Alternatively, if monthly Ouality
Assurance/Quality Control (OA/OC) reference toxicant tests
are conducted, these results must be submitted with the DMR.
1. The permitted shall conduct 96-hour acute
static-renewal multi-concentration toxicity tests using the
daphnid (Ceriodaphnia dubia) and either the bannerfin shiner
(Cyprinella leedsi) or the fathead minnow (Pimephal
promelas). All tests shall be conducted on one (1) grab sample
of 100% final effluent. All tests shall be conducted on a control
(0%) and the following dilution concentrations at a minimum:
100.0%. 50.0%. 25.0%. 12.5%. and 6.25%.


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nytest, the tests) for that species (including the control) shall
e repeated. A test will be considered valid only if control
mortality does not exceed 10% for either species.
(b) The toxicity tests specified above shall be conducted
once every month until three (3) valid monthly tests have been
completed. and once every year thereafter for the duration of
the permit, unless notified otherwise by the permit issuing
authority. These tests are referred to as "routine" tests.
(c) Unacceptable Toxicity.
1. If unacceptable acute toxicity (an LCsj of 100% or less
occurs in either test species in any of the above-described tests
within the specified time) is found in a "routine" test, the
permittee shall conduct two additional acute toxicity tests in
the same manner as the "routine" test on the species indicating
unacceptable acute toxicity. For each additional test, the
sample collection requirements and test acceptability criteria
specified in Section 1 above must be met for the test to be
considered valid. The first test shall begin within two (2)
weeks of the end of the "routine" tests, and shall be conducted
weekly thereafter until two (2) additional, valid tests are
completed. The additional tests will be used to determine if the
toxicity found in the "routine" test is still present.
2. Results from additional tests, required due to
unacceptable acute toxicity in the "routine" test(s). must be
reported on the Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) Form for
the month in which the test was begun. Such test results must
be submitted within 45 days of completion of the second
additional, valid test.
(2) Discharges of Saltwater.
(a) Permittees whose discharge is saltwater with a salinity
equal to or greater than 1 gram per liter, shall initiate the series
of tests described below to evaluate whole effluent toxicity of
the discharge from the outfall. If more than one (1) outfall
exists, separate tests will be performed on each outfall. All test
species, procedures and quality assurance criteria used shall be
in accordance with "Methods for Measuring the Acute Toxicity
of Effluents to Freshwater and Marine Organisms."
EPA/600/4-90/027F The dilution/control water and effluent
used will be adjusted to a salinity of 20 parts per thousand
using artificial sea salts as described in EPA/600/4-90/027F.
Section 7. A standard reference toxicant quality assurance
test shall be conducted concurrently with each species used in
the toxicity tests and the results submitted with the discharge
monitoring report (DMR). Alternatively, if monthly OA/OC
reference toxicant tests are conducted, these results must be
submitted with the DMR.
1. The permitted shall conduct 96-hour acute
static-renewal multi-concentration toxicity tests using the
mysid shrimp (Mvsidopsis bahia) and the inland silverside
(Menidia bervllina). All tests shall be conducted on one (1)


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grab sample of 100% final effluent. All tests shall be conducted
on a control (0%) and the following dilution concentrations at a
minimum: 100.0%. 50.0%. 25.0%. 12.5%. and 6.25%.
2. If control mortality exceeds 10% for either species in
any test, the test(s) for that species (including the control) shall
be repeated. A test will be considered valid only if control
mortality does not exceed 10% for either species.
(b) The toxicity tests specified above shall be conducted
once every month until three (3) valid monthly tests have been
completed, and once every year thereafter for the duration of
the permit, unless notified otherwise by the permit issuing
authority. These tests are referred to as "routine" tests.
(c) Unacceptable Toxicity.
1. If unacceptable acute toxicity (an LC5g of 100% or less
occurs in either test species in any of the above-described tests
within the specified time) is found in a "routine" test, the
permitted shall conduct two (2) additional acute toxicity tests
in the same manner as the "routine" test on the species
indicating unacceptable toxicity. For each additional test. the
sample collection requirements and test acceptability criteria
specified in Section 1 above must be met for the test to be
considered valid. The first test shall begin within two (2)
weeks of the end of the "routine" tests, and shall be conducted
weekly thereafter until two (2) additional, valid tests are
completed. The additional tests will be used to determine if the
toxicity found in the "routine" test is still present.
2. Results from additional tests, required due to
unacceptable acute toxicity in the "routine" test(s). must be
reported on the Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) Form for
the month in which the test was begun. Such test results must
be submitted within 45 days of completion of the second
additional, valid test.
Specific Authority 403.061. 403.087, 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. Law
Implemented 403.061. 403.087. 403.088. 403.0885. 403.08851 FS. History-
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THE FOLLOWING TEXT IS REFERENCED MATERIAL
Generic Permit for Discharges From Petroleum Contaminated
Sites
(1) Effluent Limitations and Monitoring Requirements for
Existing Sources and New Dischargers.
(a) Contamination by Automotive Gasoline. The facility is
authorized to discharge treated ground water and storm water
that has been contaminated by automotive gasoline. These
contaminated waters shall be treated by air stripping, followed
by activated carbon adsorption, if necessary, or equivalent
treatment to meet the following effluent limitations. Such
discharges shall be limited and monitored by the permitted as
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Effluent Limitazlons MonitorinC Reouirements
Effluent Daily Avg Daily Max Measuremenf Samole
Characteristic requency Type
Flow, (MGD) Report Report Continuous Flowmeter
Benzene, po/I l 1.0 I/month Grab
'Total Lead 30.0 /month Grab
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Units continuous
Acute Whole See Paragraph (l)la)l and Grab
Effluent Paraoraoh (2)(b)
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*Monitoring for this parameter is required only when
contamination results from leaded fuel.
1. An LC50 of 100% or less in a test of 96 hours duration
or less shall constitute a violation of Rule 62-4.244(3)(a),
F.A.C., and the terms of this permit. The testing for this
requirement must conform with Rule 62-621.800, F.A.C.
2. For fresh waters and coastal waters, the pH of the
effluent shall not be lowered to less than 6.0 units for fresh
waters, or less than 6.5 units for coastal waters, or raised above
8.5 units, unless the permitted submits natural background data
in the NOI request confirming a natural background pH outside
of this range. If natural background of the receiving water, as
revealed by sampling data from the permitted in the NOI
request, is determined to be less than 6.0 units for fresh waters,
or less than 6.5 units in coastal waters, the pH shall not vary
below natural background or vary more than one (1) unit above
natural background for fresh and coastal waters. If natural
background of the receiving water, as revealed by sampling
data from the permitted in the NOI request, is determined to be
higher than 8.5 units, the pH shall not vary above natural
background or vary more than one (1) unit below natural
background of fresh and coastal waters. The acceptable pH
range shall be included in the letter granting permit coverage
and on the DMR. The pH shall be monitored once every month
by grab sample, or continuously with a recorder. For purposes
of this section only, fresh waters are those having a chloride
concentration of less than 1500 mg/l. and coastal waters are
those having a chloride concentration equal to or greater than
1500 mg/1.
3. In accordance with Rule 62-302.500(1X)a)-(c, F.A.C.,
the discharge shall at all times be free from floating solids,
visible foam, turbidity, or visible oil in such amounts as to form
nuisances on surface waters.


requirements specified above shall be taken at the nea' '
accessible point after final treatment but prior to actual
discharge or mixing with the receiving waters.


(b) Contamination by Aviation Gasoline. Jet Fuel or Diefp


Fuel. The permitted is authorized to discharge treated ground
water and storm water that has been contaminated by aviatijj
gasoline, jet fuel or diesel fuel. These contaminated wateg
shall be treated by air stripping, followed by activated carboj
adsorption, if necessary, or equivalent treatment to meet the
following effluent limitations. Such discharges shall be limited
and monitored by the permitted as specified in Table 2:


Table 2
Effluent Limitations Monitorina Rquirements
Effluent Dailv Daily easurent S
Characteristic Frequency Type
Flow, (MGD) Report Report Continuous Flormeterl
Benzene. An/1 ---- 1.0 I/month Grab
Naphthalene, ----- 100.0 I/month Grab
Toa Lead ----- 30.0 I month Grab
pO Standard See Paragraph (1) b)2 Grab or
Units o Continuous
IAcue Nhole tSee Paaraph Rl) (b)I and Grab
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Toxicity




*Monitoring for this parameter is required only when
contamination results from leaded fuel.
1. An LCs5of 100% or less in a test of 96 hours duration
or less shall constitute a violation of Rule 62-4.244(3)(a)
EA.C., and the terms of this permit. The testing for this
requirement must conform with Rule 62-621.800, FA.C.
2. The permitted shall comply with the same pH
requirements as specified in paragraph (1)(a)2., of this permit
The pH shall be monitored once every month by grab sample,
or continuously with a recorder.
3. In accordance with Rule 62-302.500(1)(a)-(c), E.A.C.,
the discharge shall at all times be free from floating solids,
visible foam, turbidity, or visible oil in such amounts as to form
nuisances on surface waters.
4. Samples taken in compliance with the monitoring
requirements specified above shall be taken at the nearest
accessible point after final treatment but prior to actual
discharge or mixing with the receiving waters.
(c) Short term discharges.
1. If benzene, naphthalene, or total lead concentrations
indicative of contamination from petroleum fuels are known to
be present as a result of site assessment, and the discharge will
occur for thirty (30) days or less. the permitted shall comply
with the applicable effluent limitations and monitoring


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a. If any of the analytical test results exceed the screening


values in Table 4, except TOC, benzene na
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then discharge is not authorized by this permit
b. For initial TOC values that exceed the screening values
listed in Table 4. which may be caused by naturally-occurring.
high molecular weight organic compounds, the permitted may
request to be exempted from the TOC requirement. To request
this exemption the permitted shall submit additional
information with an NOI which describes the method used to


determine that these compounds are naturally occurring.


c. If levels of benzene, naphthalene, or lead are detect
ed in


amounts that exceed the screening values listed in Table 4.
which indicate contamination from petroleum fuels, the facility


a. For discharges that last for less than one week, daily
monitoring shall be required for the applicable parameters.
b. Discharge Monitoring Reports shall be submitted to the
Department within thirty (30) days after termination of the


discharge, along with a letter stating that discharge has ceased.


c. Coverage under oararaoth (1)(c~l. is limited to a total of


30 days of discharge.
2. If benzene, naphthalene, or total lead concentrations
indicative of contamination from petroleum fuels are known to
be present as a result of site assessment, and the discharge is
for a pump test to characterize the aquifer and will last for eight
(8) hours or less. the discharge is covered under this generic
permit if the following conditions are met.
a. The effluent limitations shown in Table 3 are met.
b. A Discharge Monitoring Report is sent to the
Department within thirty (30) days after termination of the
discharge.
c. Coverage under paragraph (1)(c)2. is limited to a total of
eight (8) hours of discharge.
3. Applicants who wish to be covered under the provisions
of paragraph()(c)l. or 2. but have not had the site assessed
may obtain coverage only if the reported values for the
parameters listed in Table 4 do not exceed any of the listed
screening values. Before discharge can occur, analytical tests
on untreated samples of the ground water shall be performed
for the parameters listed in Table 4.


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(2) Other permit reauirurnents.


(a) Within sixty (60) days after the effective date of this
permit or startup of discharge, the permittee shall submit the
results of the following analyses. These analyses are not
required for short term dischargers covered under paragraph
(l)(c). These analyses shall be performed on a representative
sample of the ground water effluent discharge, taken after final
treatment.
The following analyses are required one time only during the
coverage of this permit:
1. EPA Method 625 Acid and Base/Neutral Extractable
Organics
2. EPA Method 624 Purgeable Organics
(b) Within thirty (30) days after commencement of
discharge, permittees, other than those seeking coverage under
paragraph (1)(c). shall initiate the series of tests described in
Rule 62-621.800. FA.C.. to evaluate whole effluent toxicity of
the discharge from the outfall. If more than one (1) outfall
exists, separate tests shall be performed on each outfall.
(c) If the pH is monitored continuously, the pH values
shall not deviate outside the required range more than 1% of
the time in any calendar month: and no individual excursion
shall exceed sixty (60) minutes. An "excursion" is an
unintentional and temporary incident in which the pH value of
discharge wastewater exceeds the range set forth in this permit
(d) All of the general conditions listed in Rule 62-621.250.
F.A.C.. are applicable to this generic permit.
(e) A Best Management Practices (BMP) Plan shall be
prepared in accordance with Rule 62-621.700. F.A.C.. and in
conjunction with development of the Remedial Action Plan
required by the Department.
if) The permitted shall notify the Department in writing
within thirty (30) days after the permanent termination of
discharge to surface waters from the facility.
(3) Test Procedures.
(a) In performing analyses for dissolved constituents in
surface and ground waters, the permittee shall use the
guidelines recommended and described in Rules
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(b) If the petroleum contamination is from a petroleum
fuel in which the source of contamination has not been
identified, the ground water shall be analyzed using the
recommended methods listed below for the following


parameters as described in Rule 62-770.600(8)(c)1. F.A.C.:


1. Lead EPA Method 239.2 or Standard Method 304:
2. Priority Pollutant Volatile Organics EPA Method 624:
3. Priority Pollutant Extractable Organics EPA Method


625: and
4. Non-Priority Pollutant Organics (with GC/MS Peaks
greater than 10 ppb) EPA Methods 624 & 625.


) 4( Reporting of Monitoring Results. Monitoring results


obtained for each calendar month shall be summarized and
reported on a Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) form (DEP
form 62-620.910(10)), once each month. Unless stated
otherwise, these forms shall be submitted after each calendar
quarter and postmarked no later than the 28th day of the month
following the completed calendar quarter. For example, data
for January March shall be submitted by April 28. Calendar
quarters are January March. April June. July September
and October December. Signed copies of these and all other
reports required by this permit shall be submitted to the
Department at the following address:
Department of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Water Facilities Planning and Regulation


Water Facilities Regulation Section


-Mail Station #3551
2600 Blair Stone Road
Tallahassee. FL 32399-2400
If no discharge occurs during the reporting period, sampling
requirements of this permit do not apply. The statement "No


T'isr-harc~e" shall be written on the DMR form.


(5) Application Requirements


(a) Unless stated otherwise, all dischargers seeking


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Innde.r this Penenic permit are required to submit a


Notice of Intent (NOI) to the appropriate Department district
office. The NOI shall include:
1. the name and address of the person that the permit
coverage will be issued to:
2. the name. and address of the operation, including
county location:
3. any applicable individual wastewater permit numberss;
4. if applicable, the identification of any new discharge
location not contained in the expired permit;


5. evidence that the operation has obtained approval of a


Remedial Action Plan (RAP) Order from the Department;


6. a map showing the facility and discharge location


(b) Dischargers who have not previously obtained an
individual wastewater permit are required to submit the NOI at


least thirty (30) days before the discharge is to begin.


(c) Dischargers with current individual wastewater permits


that desire coverage under this generic permit are required to
file an NOI with the Department at least thirty (30) days prior


to expiration of their current permitss.


(d) All facilities with continued coverage under this


oP~nt~rw nermit shall he required to submit a NOT requesting r-


continued coverage under the reissued generic permit within
60 calendar days after the effective date of the reissued permit


(e) Facilities seeking coverage under paragraph l)(c~l.of


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this permit shall be required to submit to the Department the
date the discharge is expected to cease, results of the analytical
data required under paragraph (1)(c)3.. if applicable, and the
same information in paragraph (5)(a), except items (5)a)3.. 4.,
5.. and 8. Notification of coverage to discharge will be upon
receipt of the Department's short-term coverage letter.
Discharge may not begin until the applicant receives the
short-term coverage letter.
(f) For facilities seeking coverage under paragraph (1)(a)
or (b) of this permit, notification of coverage shall be given by
the Department by certified mail to the permitted, with the
issuance date for each facility being the effective date of
coverage by the Department Discharge may not begin until the
applicant receives the notice of coverage.
(g) Facilities seeking coverage under paragraph (1)(c)2. o
this permit, shall be covered automatically once the facility
receives acceptable ground water screening values, if
applicable.
(h) Permittees who are covered by this generic permit whdo
seek to continue their coverage until the permit is reissued.
shall submit a complete NOI in accordance with paragraph
(5)(a) to the Department district office 180 days before the
expiration of this permit.
(i) Annual regulatory program and surveillance fees are
required for all facilities that discharge in excess of thirty (30)
days during the life of this permit. The fees are due in
accordance with Rule 62-4.052, F.A.C.
(6) Pollution Prevention Plan. New permittees with long
term treatment systems expected to discharge one (1) year or
more shall develop a Pollution Prevention Plan for the site and
submit it with the NOI. It shall contain the following
information:
(a) A narrative of what caused the ground water
contamination.
(b) Methods currently being deployed at the site to prevent
ground water contamination from reoccurring.


(indidlrinp latiflide and longitude):


7. the name of the receiving water, and.
8. a Pollution Prevention Plan prepared in accordance with
paragraph (6) of this permit, for discharges lasting over one (1)
S year.


considered in reducing the ground water contamination.
(d) Explanation of why long term treatment of discharge tO
surface waters of the State was chosen as opposed to:
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(3) If any of the analytical test results exceed the screening
values listed in Table 1. except TOC. the discharge is not
authorized by this permit.
(a) For initial TOC values that exceed the screening values
listed in Table 1. which may be caused by naturally-occurring.
high molecular weight organic compounds, the permitted may
request to be exempted from the TOC requirement. To request
this exemption, the permitted shall submit additional
information with a Notice of Intent (NOD which describes the
method used to determine that these compounds are naturally
occurring.
(b) The NOI shall be submitted to the appropriate
Department district office thirty (30) days prior to discharge.


1. An in situ ground water remediation technique which
does not involve recovery of contaminated water,
2. An alternative means of discharge or disposal of treated
ground water, such as re-infiltration on site: or.
3. Using a limited scope cleanup strategy which involves
short term ground water recovery followed by monitoring-only
at the site.
In an effort to promote pollution prevention, the Department
may issue permits which include or require pollution
prevention activities.
Generic Permit for the Discharge of Produced Ground Water
from any Non-Contaminated Site Activity
(1) The facility is authorized to discharge produced ground
water from any non-contaminated site activity which
discharges by a point source to waters of the State, as defined
in Chapter 62-620. F.A.C., only if the reported values for the
parameters listed in Table 1 do not exceed any of the listed
screening values. Before discharge of produced ground water
can occur from such sites, analytical tests on samples of the
proposed untreated discharge water shall be performed to
determine if contamination exists.
(2) Minimum reporting requirements for all produced
ground water dischargers. The effluent shall be sampled before
the commencement of discharge, again within thirty (30) days
after commencement of discharge, and then once every six (6)
months for the life of the project to maintain continued
coverage under this generic permit. Samples taken in
compliance with the provisions of this permit shall be
taken prior to actual discharge or mixing with the


1. the name and address of the person that the permit
coverage will be issued to:
2. the name and address of the facility, including county
location:
3. any applicable individual wastewater permit numberss;
4. a map showing the facility and discharge location
(including latitude and longitude):
5. the name of the receiving water, and
6. the additional information required by paragraph (3)(a)
of this permit
(c) Discharge shall not commence until notification of
coverage is received from the Department.
(4) For fresh waters and coastal waters, the pH of the
effluent shall not be lowered to less than 6.0 units for fresh
waters, or less than 6.5 units for coastal waters, or raised above
8.5 units, unless the permittee submits natural background data
confirming a natural background pH outside of this range. If
natural background of the receiving water is determined to be
less than 6.0 units for fresh waters, or less than 6.5 units in
coastal waters. the pH shall not vary below natural background
or vary more than one (1) unit above natural background for
fresh and coastal waters. If natural background of the receiving
water is determined to be higher than 8.5 units, the pH shall not
vary above natural background or vary more than one (1) unit
below natural background of fresh and coastal waters. The
permitted shall include the natural background pH of the
receiving waters with the results of the analyses required under
paragraph (2) of this permit. For purposes of this section only.
fresh waters are those having a chloride concentration of less
than 1500 me/., and coastal waters are those having a chloride


concentration equal to or greater than 1500 me/I.


(5) In accordance with Rule 62-302.500(lXa)-(c), F.A.C.


the discharge shall at all times be free from floating solids.
visible foam. turbidity, or visible oil in such amounts as to form
nuisances on surface waters.
(6) If contamination exists, as indicated by the results of
the analytical tests required by paragraph (2). the discharge
cannot be covered by this generic permit. The facility shall
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days prior to the date discharge to surface waters of the State is
expected. or, if applicable, the facility may seek coverage
under any other applicable Department generic permit. No
discharge is permissible without an effective permit.
(7) If the analytical tests required by paragraph (2) reveal
that no contamination exists from any source, the facility can
begin discharge immediately and is covered by this permit
without having to submit an NOI request for coverage to the
Department. A short summary of the proposed activity and
copy of the analytical tests shall be sent to the applicable
Department district office within one (1) week after discharge
begins. These analytical tests shall be kept on site during
discharge and made available to the Department if requested.
Additionally, no Discharge Monitoring Report forms are
required to be submitted to the Department.
(8) All of the general conditions listed in Rule 62-621.250.
F.A.C.. are applicable to this generic permit.
(9) There are no annual fees associated with the use of this
generic permit.
NAME OF PERSON ORIGINATING PROPOSED RULE:
Jim Bottone, Industrial Wastewater Section, Department of
Environmental Protection, Mail Station 3545, 2600 Blair Stone
Road, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2400, (904)488-4522
NAME OF SUPERVISOR OR PERSON WHO APPROVED
THE PROPOSED RULE: Phil Coram, Industrial Wastewater
Section, Department of Environmental Protection, Mail Station
,,.3545, 2600 Blair Stone Road, Tallahassee, Florida
2399-2400, (904)488-4522
DATE PROPOSED RULE APPROVED: May 10, 1995

Section III
Notices of Changes, Corrections and
Withdrawals

DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Division of Historical Resources
RULE CHAPTER TITLE: RULE CHAPTER NO.:
Use of Florida's Old Capitol 1A-33
RULE TITLES: RULE NOS.:
General 1A-33.001
Compliance with Existing Rules 1A-33.002
Hours of Operation 1A-33.003
Authorization for Use 1A-33.004
Uses Permitted and Procedures for the
Use of the Old Capitol 1A-33.005
Damages to the Old Capitol, Interior
Furnishings, Exterior and Adjacent Grounds 1A-33.007
Responsibilities of User 1A-33.008
Building Limits and Restrictions 1A-33.009


NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL
Notice is hereby given that the proposed rule repeals
above, published on page 2416, of the Florida Administrative
Weekly, Volume 21, Number 16, April 21, 1995, have been
withdrawn.

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
RULE CHAPTER TITLE: RULE CHAPTER NO.:
Incorporation by Reference 14-15
RULE TITLE: RULE NO.:
Toll Facilities Description and Toll Rate Schedule
[Navarre Bridge Toll] 14-15.0081
NOTICE OF CHANGE
SUMMARY OF CHANGE: Notice of rulemaking for the
Navarre Bridge toll rates was published in Florida
Administrative Weekly, Volume 21, Number 7, February 17,
1995, Pages 990-992. In that notice of proposed rulemaking,
the Proposed Effective Date for the rule amendment was listed
as April 19, 1995. The rule amendment will not be filed until
after that date and the rule amendment will be effective 20 days
after the date of filing. The effective date of the toll rate change
for the Navarre Bridge, however, will be delayed until October
1, 1995, as reflected in the terms of the Toll Facilities
Description and Toll Rate Schedule incorporated into the rule
by reference. Also, the provision for annual passes for Navarre
Bridge in the Toll Facilities Description and Toll Rate Schedule
will be changed to provide for multiple car discounts and
previous restrictions regarding eligible purchasers will be
removed. The delay in the effective date of the toll rate changes
and the changes to the annual pass provisions were subjects of
the public hearing conducted on March 16, 1995.
The revised toll rate Schedule is as follows:
TEXT FOR TOLL RATE SCHEDULE:
NAVARRE BRIDGE TOLL RATE
The Navarre Toll Bridge is a two-lane bridge which connects
U.S. 98 near Navarre in Santa Rosa County with Santa Rosa
Island. Tolls are collected in only one direction, southbound
onto Santa Rosa Island.
Current Rate Schedule (through September 30, 1995)
Cash Tolls $.25
All Two-Axle Vehicles $.40
Three-Axle Vehicles $.60
Commuter Tickets (30) $2.25
Note: 30 Commuter tickets for $2.25, limited to two-axle
vehicles of Santa Rosa Island residential lessees, business
lessees and their employees and to employees of the Santa
Rosa County Beach Administration. The tickets are valid only
for a three-month period commencing January, April, July or
October. If all 30 tickets are used, the toll rate is 7.5 cents or 30
percent of the 25-cent cash toll.
Rate Schedule Effective October 1, 1995
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