Title: Florida Department of Community Affairs - 2/4/97 Draft Report of Water Supply Development & Funding Work Group
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Title: Florida Department of Community Affairs - 2/4/97 Draft Report of Water Supply Development & Funding Work Group
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Florida Department of Community Affairs - 2/4/97 Draft Report of Water Supply Development & Funding Work Group (JDV Box 39)
General Note: Box 29, Folder 3 ( Water Supply Funding & Development - 1997 ), Item 15
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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
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STATE OF FLORIDA
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RE: 2/4/97 Draft Repo of Water Supply Development & Funding Work Group
DATE: February 11, 1997

At this time, the Department offers no amendments to the draft, but several comments on the
section dealing with land use planning. Our one page comments are stated below.

Page 2, Recommendation 1, eliminates the state water use plan in 373.036, and provides for the
Florida Water Plan (which is already mentioned in 373.039). The Department wants to clarify
that the proposed change to 373.036 does not decouple the linkage in I 86.009(2)(n) between the
Florida Water Plan, State Land Development Plan, and the Florida Transportation Plan.

Page 4, Recommendation 7 (line 32), states that the Infrastructure Element of local
comprehensive plans must identify sources of water based on the appropriate regional water
supply plan and/or the best available data. 'Ihe Department generally has no issue with this
requirement, although it would require a change to Chapter 163. Specifically, however, this
requirement is already codified as a statutory requirement of the Conservation Element of local
comprehensive plans. Additionally, our administrative rule 93-5.013(1)(c), F.A.C., requires
analyses (for plans and amendments) to review "...current and projected water needs and sources
for the next ten year period based on the demands for industrial, agricultural, and potable water
use and the quality and quantity of water available to meet these demands..," It is also noted that
local plans and amendments are already required to use best available data in 9J-5.005(2)(c),
F.A.C., and we would certainly consider a DWMP or a regional water supply plan to be that
unless something else can be presented. Our only Consideration is the need for moving this
requirement to another section of Chapter 163 when the standard already exists.

Page 10, Line 1, Recommendation 38, "encourages" wellhead protection. Currently, 9J-
5.006(1)(b)l and (4)(b)l, F.A.C., requires that Existing and Future Land Use Maps of the
comprehensive plans show existing and planned potable wells and wellhead protection areas.
Additionally, one or more policies are required to protect such areas, and there is a statutory
requirement that local land development regulations be adopted to protect potable water
wellficlds. We believe this recommendation might best be revised to direct DEIP, Department of
Health, DCA, and the water management districts, to work with local government to develop a
guidance documents) addressing the comprehensive and coordinated attention this issue
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CAHLTOM FILLDB
INTERNAL MEMORANDUM


To: All Personnel All Offices

From: Human Resources

Date: February 10, 1997




Mr. Robert J. Jennings, father-in-law to David Punzak, passed away on Friday, February 7,
1997. There will be a viewing at Brott Funeral Iomc, 4810 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg,
on Tuesday, February 11, 1997, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The funeral will be Wednesday,
February 13, 1997 at 12 p.m.

Please keep Mr. Punzak and his family in your thoughts during this time of sorrow.

Cards of Condolence can be sent to:

Mr. David Punzak
8310 37th Avenue North
St. Petersburg, FL 33710


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