Title: Contract Entered into Between Pasco and the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Contract Entered into Between Pasco and the West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority
General Note: Box 28, Folder 2 ( West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority Agreements - 1976-1982 ), Item 3
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AGREEMENT



THIS CONTRACT entered into this J,J day of P 4r c

1977, by and between PASCO COUNTY, a political subdivision of

the State of Florida, (herein referred to as "Pasco") and the

WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER SUPPLY AUTHORITY, a public body cre-

ated pursuant to Chapter 74-114, Laws of Florida, 1974 (herein

referred to as "Authority").

WITNESSETH THAT:

WHEREAS, PASCO, PINELLAS COUNTY (herein referred to as

"Pinellas"), ST. PETERSBURG (herein referred to as "City"), and

the SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (herein referred

to as "District") have repeatedly expressed the view that it is

for the best interest of the public that they serve to develop a

regional well field at the Cypress Creek Flood Detention Area; and

WHEREAS, Pasco, Pinellas, City and the District have

entered into several agreements for the cooperative development

of the Cypress Creek Well Field, which is located in the Cypress

Creek Flood Detention Area in Pasco County, Florida; and

WHEREAS, through the Cypress Creek Agreement of November

14, 1973, Pasco, Pinellas and the City agreed that upon the

establishment of a regional water supply authority and upon

request of such authority, they would transfer their rights and

privileges under that agreement in return for full compensation

for the costs they contributed to land acquisition, as well as

the costs for engineering, testing and permanent construction; and

WHEREAS, through the Cypress Creek Agreement of November

14, 1973, Pasco, Pinellas, and the City have a property interest

in the land described therein in return for paying one-half of the

District's total land acquisition cost; and

WHEREAS, through the Cypress Creek Development Agreement

of August 30, 1974, (herein referred to as the "August Agreement")

Pasco, Pinellas and the City formed a joint venture for the purpose

of developing and operating the Cypress Creek Well Field; and









WHEREAS, until the time that the Cypress Creek Well

Field is transferred to the regional water supply authority, the

August Agreement specifically vested the responsibility for

developing and operating the Cypress Creek Well Field in the

Cypress Creek Management Board, which is composed of two Pasco

representatives, one Pinellas representative, one City repre-

sentative and one at-large member. The at-large member serves

a one year term, is selected by a unanimous vote of the other

four board members and votes only in the event of a tie vote

among the other members;

WHEREAS, Pasco's two members on the Cypress Creek

Management Board provide unique and special consideration for

the County in which this well field is located. Since monetary

consideration alone cannot adequately compensate Pasco for the

transfer or assignment of its representation and interest, it

is necessary to incorporate additional terms and conditions in

this Agreement; and

WHEREAS, the parties to this Agreement believe that the

Cypress Creek Well Field can be developed as a regional water

supply to meet the needs of the City of Tampa, City of St.

Petersburg, Hillsborough County, Pasco County and Pinellas County.

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the promises and

mutual agreement herein contained and to be performed by the

parties hereto respectively, it is agreed as follows:

1. Pasco owns interests in real and personal property

and has various contract rights and duties, the transfer of which

are the subject of this Agreement. Unless otherwise clearly

indicated, it is the intention of the parties that this document

shall be considered as a "Contract for Deed" as to Pasco's real

property interests, a "Conditional Sale" as to Pasco's personal

property, and a "Conditional Partial Assignment" as to Pasco's

contract or other rights or property interests. If the Authority

makes the payments and performs the covenants herein mentioned on

its part to be made and performed, Pasco hereby covenants and

agrees to sell, convey, assign, or otherwise transfer and set









over unto the Authority the property interests and contract

rights herein described. If the Authority fails to make the

payments or any part thereof, or to perform any of the covenants

on its part hereby made and entered into, this Agreement shall,

at the option of Pasco, be forfeited and terminated, and the

Authority shall forfeit all payments made under this Agreement,

and such payments shall be retained by Pasco inasmuch as said

payments represent a pro rata.portion of Pasco's actual invest-

ment, costs and expenses and not a penalty, and Pasco shall have

the right to re-enter and take possession of its property without

being liable to any action therefore.

I.

CONTRACT FOR DEED TO REAL PROPERTY

2. REAL PROPERTY INTERESTS AT "CYPRESS CREEK": Pasco

shall convey to the Authority a deed, pursuant to Section

125.411, F.S. (1975), of all of its rights, title and interest,

arising out of the contract attached hereto as Exhibit A in the

lands described in Exhibit B, at the time the Authority has made

all payments due to Pasco under this contract

(a) Such rights, title and interest include

but are not limited to, Pasco's equitable interest

in the lands described in Exhibit B, held in trust

by the District; and

(b) Pasco's interest in permanent easements

and groundwater rights in land described in Exhibit

B; and

(c) Pasco's interest in any groundwater rights,

perpetual easements or permanent rights of way for

the construction, reconstruction, maintenance, re-

pair, use and operation of production wells, pumps,

collector mains, pumping stations, transmission

mains, roadways, appurtenances and power lines in,

over, through and across lands described in Exhibit

B, to be conveyed at a future date by the District.


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3. REAL PROPERTY INTEREST IN ST. PETERSBURG'S

PROPERTY AT "CYPRESS CREEK": Pasco shall convey to the Authority

a deed, pursuant to Section 125.411, F.S. (1975), of all of its

rights, title and interest in lands owned by the City in Sections

14, 23, and 24, all in Range 19 East, Township 25 South, Pasco

County, Florida, consisting of approximately 1271 acres, more

specifically described in Exhibit E, at the time the Authority

has made all payments due to Pasco under this Agreement.

4. RETAINED TITLE AND TIME OF POSSESSION: Pasco

shall retain title to all interest described in Paragraphs 2

and 3 until such time as the Authority has made full payment

under either Paragraph 11 or 12. The Authority shall have

possession and a right to use of all of Pasco's interests in

said property on March 22 1977, subject to divestment

as otherwise provided for herein.

II.

CONDITIONAL SALE AND/OR CONDITIONAL ASSIGNMENT

5. NOVEMBER 14, 1973, CYPRESS CREEK AGREEMENT: Pasco

hereby assigns to the Authority all of its rights under that

certain agreement attached hereto as Exhibit A, and Authority

hereby accepts and agrees to perform said obligations, EXCEPT

as set out in Paragraph 6.

6. Pasco hereby delegates and the Authority hereby

assumes all of Pasco's obligations and duties under the agreement

attached hereto as Exhibit A, EXCEPT as to the following:

(a) The Authority shall not be liable to pay

Pasco's portion of the money expended by the District

for the land acquisition above the amount on deposit,

except as provided under Paragraph 10.

(b) Pasco retains its option to expand the facili-

ties as provided for in the Agreement of August 30,

1974, attached hereto as Exhibit C.


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7. AUGUST 30, 1974, AGREEMENT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT

AND OPERATION OF "CYPRESS CREEK": Pasco hereby assigns to the

Authority all of its rights under the agreement attached hereto

as Exhibit C, and Authority hereby accepts and agrees to perform

said contract duties and obligations, EXCEPT as set out in

Paragraph 8.

8. Pasco hereby delegates and the Authority hereby

assumes all of Pasco's obligations and duties under the agree-

ment attached hereto as Exhibit C, EXCEPT as to the following:

(a) The Authority shall not be liable to pay

Pasco's portion of the costs of land acquisition,

EXCEPT as provided under Paragraph 10;

(b) Pasco retains its option to expand the

facilities as provided for in the Agreement of

August 30, 1974, attached hereto as Exhibit C.

9. TIME OF ASSIGNMENT: The Authority shall have the

contract rights and duties assigned to it in Paragraphs 5

(November 14, 1973, Cypress Creek Agreement) and 7 (August 30,

1974, Agreement For The Development And Operation of Cypress

Creek) on March 22 1977.

III.

PAYMENT

10. DETERMINATION OF PRICE: Authority agrees to buy

and Pasco agrees to sell at a price which is equivalent to Pasco's

total expenditures for its interest in the lands and facilities

developed at Cypress Creek and determined in the following manner:

(a) Pasco shall provide to the Authority certi-

fication of its total expenditures for the facilities

transferred under this Agreement on the same date that

Pinellas and the City provide their certifications to

the Authority;

(b) This certification shall be reviewed by the

Authority's Certified Public Accountant before being

presented to the Authority for acceptance;

(c) Pasco's compliance with this procedure

is a condition precedent to the Authority's duty

to pay;








(d) In determining Pasco's total expenditure

for the facilities described in Paragraphs 1

through and including 8 of this Agreement, said

expenditures shall include, but are not limited

to, the costs of acquisition, engineering, construc-

tion, interest and development of these facilities.

(e) Pursuant to the terms and conditions of

this Agreement, Pasco may expend additional monies

in connection with the expansion of the Cypress

Creek Well Field. In such event, Pasco shall be

entitled to full and complete reimbursement by the

Authority. Following the expenditures Pasco shall

provide to the Authority certification of its total

expenditures and the certification shall be reviewed

by the Authority's Accountant. The expenditures may

include those items set out in Paragraph 10(d). Pay-

ment for these additional expenditures, including

interest, shall consist of equal monthly installments

spread over the remaining thirty year term provided

in Paragraph 11. In transferring its interest in any

expansion, the terms and conditions of the transfer

shall relate only to reimbursing Pasco for its costs.

In the event Pasco issues bonds to finance the further

development and operation of the Cypress Creek Well

Field, the interest due Pasco from the Authority shall

equal the interest due of the bonds.

11. METHOD OF PAYMENT: Payment by the Authority shall

be in 360 approximate equal installments including interest be-

ginning January 1, 1979, of the total expenditures as defined in

Paragraph 10 to be determined on or before October 1, 1978. Pasco

shall be paid interest on its total expenditures equivalent to

the average interest rate paid by Pinellas and the City on their

bonded indebtedness for the well field. In the event the Authority

and Pasco are unable to agree on Pasco's total expenditures, this

Agreement shall be null and void and of no force and effect

whatsoever.


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12. EARLY PAYMENT: The Authority has the option at

any time of prepaying the principal amount due as determined in

Paragraph 10 by a lump sum payment of such amount due Pasco,

provided that the Authority has prepaid the total principals

due Pinellas under Agreement, dated November 22, 1976 and

St. Petersburg under Agreement, dated November 22, 1976. How-

ever, if the Authority elects to use this option, it shall be

additionally liable for any other expenditures legally incurred

by Pasco due to the exercise of this option, including but not

limited to, any expenditures incurred by Pasco under the terms

of its bond agreements by reason of such an election.

13. DEFAULT IN PAYMENT: The unpaid monthly installment

due Pasco more than thirty (30) days will be charged interest at

the rate of one (1) percent per month. Balance due Pasco longer

than sixty (60) days will be a material breach of this contract

by the Authority.

14. PASCO'S OPTION TO UTILIZE FACILITIES AND TRANSMISSION

MAINS: Since it is envisioned that Pasco will purchase water from

the Authority that will come through the facilities and the 84 inch

and 66 inch transmission lines and will come to depend on this

water, Pasco needs the right to continue using these facilities

and transmission lines in the event the Authority dissolves, ceases

to exist, or returns Pinellas' interest in the facilities and

transmission lines. As a condition of Pasco entering a contract

with the Authority to purchase water from the Authority, the

Authority shall deliver to Pasco an option to purchase capacity

in the facilities and 84 inch and 66 inch transmission lines.

Said option may be exercised only if the Authority dissolves,

ceases to exist, or returns Pinellas' interest in the facilities

and transmission lines. The option will permit Pasco to purchase

from Pinellas sufficient capacity in the facilities and transmission

mains to transport and store the quantity of water supplied to

Pasco or that quantity that Pasco is dependent upon to meet the

needs of its customers at the time the Authority dissolves, ceases


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to exist, or returns Pinellas' interest in the facilities and

transmission lines, whichever is greater. Pasco shall have the

option to purchase the interests in the facilities and transmission

mains upon the following terms and conditions:

Pasco's purchase price = PC x Pinellas' actual cost
TC

Where, PC = Pasco's capacity

TC = Pinellas' capacity

Note: Pinellas' capacity and actual cost will vary
for the facilities and each transmission line.
With respect to the facilities, Pinellas'
actual cost shall be based upon the cost of
the facilities.

IV.

CONDITIONS TO EFFECTIVENESS

15. DEFINING WATER CROP: The Authority has agreed to

advocate a policy position before the Southwest Florida Water

Management District, the Legislature of the State of Florida and

in the Courts of the State of Florida in opposition to any formula

which arbitrarily prorates the quantity of water for public water

supply purposes obtained based upon the amount of land owned,

leased or otherwise controlled.

16. NOTICE TO PASCO: The Authority agrees that because

of the special and peculiar interest which Pasco has in the water

supplies at Cypress Creek as well as in the development of future

well fields for water for Pasco County, that notice of all such

Consumptive Use Permit Applications and similar type applications

shall be given to Pasco by certified mail at the same time application

is made.

17. ASSIGNMENT OF CYPRESS CREEK DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION

AGREEMENT: As a condition'of this Agreement, the Authority shall

obtain within sixty (60) days of the execution of this Agreement

complete assignments of all of the City's and Pinellas' interests

in the Cypress Creek Well Field together with written assignments of

the City's and Pinellas' interest in the Cypress Creek Management

Board and all its powers, duties and responsibilities. Failure to

obtain such assignments shall render this Agreement null and void

and of no effect.


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18. EFFECT ON PASCO'S BONDHOLDERS: This Agreement

shall not affect the rights and obligations of the holders of any

of Pasco's Bonds. In the event any action is brought by anyone

claiming a breach of Pasco's bond covenants and a court of competent

jurisdiction shall declare that this Agreement has violated any

of the covenants or provisions of said bonds, then upon the

rendering of a final decision in such litigation, unless cured by

the Authority, this Agreement shall be rendered null and void and

of no effect and the provisions in Paragraph 35 of this Agreement

requiring immediate transfer of all rights, obligations and assets

from the Authority to Pasco shall be immediately invoked. The

Authority agrees to save and hold Pasco harmless for all costs,

expenses, attorney's fees and damages whatsoever which Pasco shall

be required to pay arising out of such action.

19. DISSOLUTION OR CHANGE: In the event of the Authority's

dissolution, or a transfer of the Authority's duties and obligations

to another entity or entities, or a change in the Authority's

membership which in any way dilutes Pasco's voting strength, or

changes the inter-local agreement creating the Authority, at

Pasco's option, the Authority shall convey to Pasco and other

parties of interest all rights, titles and interest to all assets

and contract rights sold, transferred or assigned to the Authority

under this Agreement. The procedure established in Paragraph 34

shall be followed in transferring said assets from the Authority

to Pasco and other parties of interest.

V.

WATER CONSUMPTION AGREEMENT

20. EXCESS WATER: Pasco shall have the absolute right

to purchase water from the Authority not being used by other

customers at its option.

21. DETERMINATION OF PAYMENT FOR WATER PURCHASED BY PASCO:

Pasco shall pay for water supplied by the Authority according to

the following rate:

(a) RATE = A + B + C
Q


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(b) A = The annual installment payment paid by

the Authority for the interest of all parties in the

facilities described in Paragraphs 1 through 8.

B = Annual operating costs for the Cypress

Creek facilities as determined by the official budget

of the Authority. Rate to include administrative

costs allocated to operate the Cypress Creek Well

Field not to exceed 25% of the administrative cost

in the annual budget.

C = Improvement and replacement costs of

the facilities including the 84" and 66" transmission

mains described in Exhibits D and F, for which

expenditures are within the approved budget for the

current fiscal year.

Q = Estimated annual quantity of water to

be produced.

(c) As to the use of the 84" pipeline described

in Exhibit D, Pasco shall be charged at a rate based

upon the use of the entire length of the pipeline.

(d) As to the use of the 66" pipeline described

in Exhibit F, Pasco shall be charged at a rate based

upon the use of the entire length of the pipeline.

(e) The Authority may revise the rates from time

to time during the fiscal year when such revisions

are required to meet expenses.

(f) Depreciation shall not be included in the

determination of the rate.

22. CONDITIONS PRECEDENT TO PAYMENT: The following are

conditions precedent to Pasco's duty to pay:

(a) The Authority shall perform an annual audit

specifically identifying all costs included in water

rates to Pasco described in Paragraph 21.

(b) The Authority shall not sell water at and

from the facilities as defined herein to any party

at a lower rate than charged Pasco without Pasco's

written approval; however, rates to others will not

include the 66-inch or 84-inch transmission main


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described in Exhibits F and D, if no portion

is being used.

23. METHOD OF PAYMENT: Pasco's payment shall be on

a monthly basis.

24. TIME OF PAYMENT: The Authority shall present Pasco

a monthly bill based upon its water consumption. Pasco shall

have thirty (30) days from the receipt of said bill to make payment.

25. DEFAULT IN PAYMENT: Unpaid balance due the Authority

more than thirty (30) days will be charged interest at the rate of

one (1%) percent per month. Balance due the Authority longer than

sixty (60) days shall be a material breach of this Agreement by

Pasco, but shall not give to Pasco any rights contained in

Paragraph 34.

26. COMMITMENT AGREEMENT: The Authority hereby

covenants and agrees that upon the purchase of the facilities,

assets and properties as contemplated by this Agreement, at the

end of thirty (30) years or before, should the Authority accelerate

such purchase, it shall in perpetuity commit to Pasco the quantities

of water provided for in this Agreement. Both parties acknowledge

Pasco's dependence on said water for the health and well being of

the people of Pasco County and the Authority commits to at all

times act in the utmost good faith to produce and sell water to

Pasco from said facilities at the lowest reasonable rates available

under the then existing conditions.

VI.

MISCELLANEOUS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

27. EFFECT OF AUTHORITY'S FAILURE TO COMPLY: The

Authority's failure to comply with any or all of its commitments

or obligations under this Agreement shall constitute a material

breach of this Agreement. Additionally, in the event either of

the agreements between the Authority and Pinellas and the City

becomes null and void, this Agreement shall also become null and

void.


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28. NO ASSIGNMENT: The Authority shall not sell,

assign, lease or otherwise alienate any properties or contract

rights it has received from Pasco under this Agreement without

the prior written consent of Pasco. It is the intent of the

parties that the Authority be absolutely prohibited from any

such alienation without approval of Pasco due to Pasco's interest

in the property and its dependence upon the water supply obtained

from such assets.

29. COMMITMENT AS TO PURCHASERS: The Authority agrees

that without the prior written consent of Pasco it shall not

supply water to any non-governmental body, entity or individual

or any governmental entity other than Pasco or any incorporated

municipality within Pasco County that is directly or indirectly

supplying water to the citizens or developers in Pasco County.

Pasco shall provide a written consent on the existing agreement

between Pinellas and the Pasco Water Authority, including amend-

ments which do not materially change the existing agreement, at

the same time Pasco approves this Agreement.

30. COMMITMENT AS TO FUTURE WATER SUPPLY: Prior to

constructing or developing any future water supply facilities

within Pasco County, all members of the Authority, except Pasco,

must have the prior written consent of the Authority. In the

event such member fails to obtain the Authority's prior written

consent, the Authority agrees that it shall not supply any water

to that member. The purpose of this provision is to insure that

other members of the Authority will look exclusively to the

Authority for additional water supply sources in Pasco County.

As a condition of seeking the prior written consent of the

Authority, the Authority shall require the requesting member to

agree to transfer its rights, privileges and interest in the well

field to the Authority upon request of the Authority and upon

payment of full compensation. This provision shall not restrict

Pinellas' right to water from the Norris Tract as provided in

the Pinellas Agreement.


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31. OPTION TO EXPAND CYPRESS CREEK FACILITIES: In

exercising its option to expand the facilities, as provided in

paragraphs 6b, 8b and 10e, Pasco agrees as follows:

(a) Pasco's expansion shall not reduce the amount

of water which the Authority is authorized to withdraw

from the facilities existing at the time of Pasco's

expansion.

(b) Pasco agrees to enter a contract with the

Authority to purchase the water from its expanded

portion of said facilities, if the unit cost of

water from the expanded facilities exceeds the

unit cost of water from the existing facilities.

32. PASCO'S PRIOR RIGHT TO WATER: The Authority

agrees that Pasco County, wherein water is to be withdrawn by the

Authority, shall not be deprived, directly or indirectly, of its

prior right to the reasonable beneficial use of water which is

required to adequately supply the reasonable beneficial needs of

Pasco County or any of the inhabitants or property owners therein.

33. EXTRA-TERRITORIAL WELL FIELDS: As used herein,

"extra-territorial" well fields means existing governmentally

owned or operated well fields situated outside of the county in

which the governmental body is located. When the Authority was

created, certain representations were made concerning the Authority

taking over the operation and control of all existing extra-

territorial wellfields. In furtherance of this goal, the Authority

shall begin negotiating immediately in good faith with the affected

governmental body to take over the operation and control of said

well fields within a'reasonable time. A breach of the obligations

of this paragraph shall constitute a material breach of this

Agreement.

34. DEFINITIONS:

(a) FACILITIES: As used herein, this term shall

mean any wells, pumping stations, treatment plants,

transmission lines, houses or other equipment or


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appurtenance used for the production and transmission

of water from the Cypress Creek Well Field described in

Exhibit A. This term shall not include the 84-inch and

66-inch transmission mains more specifically described

in Exhibits D and F.

(b) GROUNDWATER RIGHTS: As used herein, this term

shall mean the sole, exclusive and permanent right to

take, appropriate and use as a supply for a water distri-

bution system the ground, underground or subterranean

waters in and from the land in which such rights are granted.

(c) MATERIAL BREACH: As used herein, this term has

the effect of:

(1) Revoking this entire Agreement and requiring

the Authority to immediately transfer all right, title

or interest it may have in all of the assets or contrac-

tual rights acquired under this Agreement.

(2) Revoking all assumed contractual rights, to use

or possession, rights of operation of facilities and all

obligations or duties between the parties, except for

compliance under Paragraph 35 of this Agreement.

(3) Requiring the Authority to immediately execute

any and all documents necessary to the reversion of all

rights and property herein granted from the Authority to

Pasco and other parties of interest, so as to return all

parties to their status as of the date of this Agreement.

(4) Requiring immediate possession, management,

control and use of all facilities, assets and contract

rights by Pasco even in the event there is a dispute

over whether there has been a material breach and litiga-

tion is pending.

(5) No provision herein requires, nor is there any

intention to require, that the operation and development

of the Norris Cattle Well Field revert or be transferred

to the Cypress Creek Management Board if such is in

existence.


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(d) POSSESSION: As used herein, this term shall
mean the taking of operational responsibilities of the

facilities by the Authority. This shall only occur
after the facilities have been certified as completed.

35. THIS AGREEMENT constitutes the entire Agreement

between the parties hereto, and any change, supplement, modifi-
cation, or correction of, or addendum to, this AGREEMENT must
be in writing and signed by the parties hereto.
It is further covenanted and agreed that if Pasco is

compelled to incur any expenses in instituting and prosecuting
any proceedings of any nature by reason of any material breach
hereunder, the sum or sums so paid or incurred and all interest,
costs and damages, shall be due from the Authority to Pasco.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed

this AGREEMENT the day and year first above written.

Signed, Sealed and Delivered
in the Presence of:


WEST COAST REGIONAL WATER
SUPPLY AUTHORITY



Chairman oft e Boa d of
Directors --


Attest:
Secretary


PASCO CO


By:
C irman, board of- Coupty
C mmissioners --,


Attest: :
Clerk, 'pi uit Court
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EXHIBITS TO BE ATTACHED


CYPRESS CREEK AGREEMENT OF NOVEMBER 14, 1973



AGREEMENT OF NOVEMBER 14, 1973
(describes the lands in the Cypress Creek Well Field)



AGREEMENT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF THE
CYPRESS CREEK WELL FIELD OF AUGUST 30, 1974



DESCRIPTION OF THE 84" TRANSMISSION LINE



LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF ST. PETERSBURG'S PROPERTY
AT CYPRESS CREEK


DESCRIPTION OF THE 66" TRANSMISSION LINE


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