Title: Outline - General Comments and Points on House Water Policy Select Committee Bill, 3/13/96
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Title: Outline - General Comments and Points on House Water Policy Select Committee Bill, 3/13/96
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Outline - General Comments and Points on House Water Policy Select Committee Bill, 3/13/96 (JDV Box 90)
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outline -- General Comments and Points on House Water Policy Select
Committee Bill, 3/13/96

1. In general, the FRAMEWORK for water resources planning and the
building block approach is interesting but somewhat convoluted. We
do need to develop data and establish minimum flows & levels as a
matter of public policy.


2. We should absolutely not link land use with water planning,
yet. Not even the Tshinkle Commission got delved into the details
of that task. Until we obtain information and develop some supply
plans, linkages are premature and potentially devastating.



3. Florida Water Plan should be review by legislature.



4. The bill doesn't do anything to clarify the responsibilities
that local governments currently have for water supply planning, or
more importantly, doesn't encourage any local water supply planning
and development, through economic or regulatory incentives.



5. Water management district role in water supply planning should
be supplying data and information to locals and mediating clear
conflicts in plans. This bill doesn't provide for that.


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