Title: Letter to Mr. Estus: Recommended Changes to Proposed Main Issues for the Water Supply Development & Funding Group
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Title: Letter to Mr. Estus: Recommended Changes to Proposed Main Issues for the Water Supply Development & Funding Group
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Abstract: Jake Varn Collection - Letter to Mr. Estus: Recommended Changes to Proposed Main Issues for the Water Supply Development & Funding Group (JDV Box 39)
General Note: Box 29, Folder 12 ( Water Supply Planning and Funding Committee - 1996 ), Item 13
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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F L 0 RID A
AUDUBON
U C IETY


102 East Fourh Avenue Tullahobsee, P t. 32303-6151 (904) 222.247.


October 3, 1996 .


Mr. Estus Whitfield
Environmental Policy
Office of the Govemor
PL 03, Capitol
Tallahassee, FL 32990-0001


Sent via fax: 922-6200


Dear Estus:


In response to your draft of Proposed Main
here Is my list of recommended changes:


Issues for the Water Supply Development & Funding Group,


Fundlno/Incentives/Economics


Section C needs to be moved ahead of A. It's difficult to make decisions about how to fund a
project until you know what it will cost and who will pay.

The current Section A 1, as written, limits the funding options to be considered to those listed in
the parentheses. Either delete the list or indicate this list to just to give examples.

Section B-Incentives #2 should be changed to a discussion of water permit term limits in general.
There may be benefits to granting longer period water permits if the resource gets something in return.
As proposed, we're giving away the public's resource indefinitely.

Section C-Economics delete #1c, it assumes there will be interjurisdictional water transfers.

I want to add that I would like to be able to participate on both subcommittees. I know that's probably not
possible, but both development and funding are Important components. Being the only Audubon
representative participating in this process, I am frustrated that I don't know how to clone myself

Let me know If you have any questions.

Sincerely,



Eva Armstrong
Government Relations Director-Florida

EBA/
cc: Ms. Terry Pride, DEP



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