Title: Draft of a Fact Sheet for the Land and Water Subcommittee Meeting of 6/10
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Title: Draft of a Fact Sheet for the Land and Water Subcommittee Meeting of 6/10
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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 - Draft of a Fact Sheet for the Land and Water Subcommittee Meeting of 6/10 (JDV Box 49)
General Note: Box 21, Folder 2 ( Land and Water Planning Task Force - 1994 - 1995 ), Item 29
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Land Use and Water Planning Task Force
Regional Subcommittee


Water Management District WMD
District Water Management Plan = WMD Plan
Regional Planning Council RPC
Strategic Regional Policy Plan RPC Plan

Natural Resources of Regional Significance

The RPC's are required to designate natural resources of regional signlicance in their
RPC Plans. The WMD's will be providing maps of water-related areas which qualify for
this designation. The details of the maps provided and the actual category s Included will
vary by WMD. The WMD's will provide the following types of maps to tie RPC's:

Floodplains
Regionally Significant Habitat
SWIM Water Bodies
Aquifer Recharge Areas
District-Owned Conservation Lands
Springs

Typically, these maps will be computer generated (GIS) images mapped a the scale most
usable by the RPC. In some cases, for example recharge areas in the t. Johns River
WMD, these maps will have been approved by the Governing Board as a technical
publication of the WMD. These will be the best available Information in rost instances.

Water Management Policies

Both the RPC's and the WMD's are required to develop policies for water resource
protection. For each designated regionally significant resource in an RPC Plan, the RPC
is also required to adopt a policy for its protection. Within the WMD Plan, the WMD is
required to develop policies which will guide strategies for correcting or avoiding
geographically identified water resource problems or Issues. There is a po entially strong
linkage between these two policy requirements.

Examples of policy statements within the WMD Plans follow:

Water Su22ly Require water conservation prior to allowing development or
expansion of water supply facilities.

Prohibit development of new Upper Floridan Aquifer vells for public
supply wellfields in a specified area.


Work with local governments to discourage land us s with a high


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Flood Protection


Water Quality


Natural Systems


potential for handling and storing significant quantity
materials within areas of high recharge to the Flori

Work with local governments to discourage develop
floodplain of the XYZ River.

Maintain and operate the XYZ flood control works
avoid off-site property flooding.

Work with local governments prohibit septic tanks wil
floodplain of the XYZ River.

Eliminate pumped agricultural discharge of untreal
within the XYZ drainage basin.

Work with local governments to discourage
development adjacent to District-owned conservation


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Avoid fragmentation of the wildlife habitat present wi
area.


Planning Standards

The term "planning standards" was introduced to the growth managemer
the 1993 ELMS bill. The term Is not defined. Chapter 186.507 (13), F.
to address the distinction between planning and permitting activities
prohibited from developing standards which would apply to permitting
programs, but are authorized to include planning standards to guide plan
These planning standards are prohibited from differing materially from a pla
adopted by rule by a state or regional agency (such as WMD's) if the rul
is intended to preempt action by the RPC..


Examples of potential planning standards currently In WMD rules include

Per Capita per Day <= 130 gallons by 1997 in a specified area

No net stormwater storage loss in the 100-yr floodplain

500-yr storm event protection offered by flood control project

Development restriction within habitat protection zone of XYZ Riv
water edge or 50' from landward extent of Waters of the State,
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