Title: House Member Amendment Bill No CS/CS/SB 1346
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Title: House Member Amendment Bill No CS/CS/SB 1346
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Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Abstract: Jake Varn Colleciton - House Member Amendment Bill No CS/CS/SB 1346 - (JDV BOX 49)
General Note: Box 21, Folder 2 ( Land and Water Planning Task Force - 1994 - 1995 ), Item 37
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Sl ilt HJIE li1 I J[fH li H HOUSE MEMBER AMENDMENT

Bill No. CS/CS/S3 1346





i Commission on December 1, 1993, shall not become effective

2 until July 1, 1995.

3 Section 16. Subsection (2) of Section 77, Chapter 93-

4 206, Laws of Florida, is amended to read:

5 Section 77. (1) In light of the importance of.water

6 resources for the future development of the state, an

7 important policy question remains regarding the legal

8 relationship that should exist between water and land

9 planning.

10 (2) The Governor shall establish a task force with

11 public-sector and private-sector representatives, including

12 local government officials, and to include one member of the

13 Environmental Regulation Commission, one representative of

14 environmental interests and one representative of regulated

15 interests, to formulate recommendations for legislative action

16 on the most appropriate legal relationship between district

17 water management plans, on the one hand, and the growth

18 management portion of the state comprehensive plan, strategic

19 regional policy plans, and local comprehensive plans, on the

20 other. In addition, the task force shall consider the future

21 role and scope, if any, of the state water use plan following

22 legislative adoption of the growth management portion of the

23 state comprehensive plan. The task force shall submit its

24 recommendation to the President of the Senate and the Speaker

25 of the House of Representatives by October 1, 1994.

26 Section 17.Effective July 1, 1994, subsection (4) is

27 added to subsection 373.411, Florida Statutes, to read:

28 373.441 Role of counties, municipalities and local

29 pollution control programs in permit processing.--

30 (4) The department shall review environmental resource

31 permit applications for electrical distribution and



Submit original Code: 001346-009-1553
and nine copies Date: 04/15/94
Op. Number: 483 Time: 5:14 p.m.







I 11 I I II W ItIII i I HOUSE MEMBER AMENDMENT

Bill No. CS/CS/SB 1346





1 Section 14. Effective July 1, 1994, sections 403.817

2 and 403.8171, Florida Statutes, as amended by chapter 93-213,

3 Laws of Florida, are repealed.

4 Section 15. Subsection (16) of section 373.019,

5 Florida Statutes, is amended to read:

6 373.019 Definitions.--When appearing in this chapter

7 or in any rule, regulation, or order adopted pursuant thereto,

8 the following words shall, unless the context clearly

9 indicates otherwise, mean:

10 (16) "State water policy" means the comprehensive

11 statewide policy as adopted by the department pursuant to ss.

12 373.026 and 403.061 setting forth goals, objectives, and

13 guidance for the development and review of programs, rules,

14 and plans relating to water resources. The waters of the

15 state are among its most basic resources. Such waters should

16 be-managed to conserve and protect water resources and to

17 realize the full beneficial use of these resources. The Land

18 Use and Water Planning task force was established by chapter

19 93-206, L.O.F., to formulate recommendations to the

20 legislature on the relationship between district water

21 management plans, the growth management .portion of the state

22 comprehensive plan, regional policy plans, and local

23 comprehensive plans. In order to provide for consistency

24 between growth management policy and water management policy

25 the task force shall make recommendations to the 1995

26 legislature on the mechanisms and procedures for establishing

27 and amending water policy. n an attempt to consider these

28 recommendations and receive the benefit of a review by House

29 and Senate Natural Resources Committees, the amendments to

30 chapter 17-40, F.A.C., adopted by the Environmental Regulation

31




Submit original Code: 001346-009-1553
and nine copies Date: 04/15/94
Op. Number: 483 Time: 5:14 p.m.


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