Title: SWFWMD Memorandum re: Cypress Creek Project Operation and Management Plan -- Phase III Continuation. Oct. 3, 1977. 1p.
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Title: SWFWMD Memorandum re: Cypress Creek Project Operation and Management Plan -- Phase III Continuation. Oct. 3, 1977. 1p.
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October 3, 1977 3
BROOKSVILLE, FLORA 33512 13-080-DATA-50-04


TO: D. R. Feaster, Executive Director

THRU: 6I B. R. Laseter, Director, Department of Operations

FROM: C. H. Miller, Director, Resource Development Division

RE: Cypress Creek Project Operation and Management Plan --
Phase III Continuation

Following is an outline of procedures recommended at this time for Governing
Board consideration to er'ourage further pursuance of work relative to this

I. Acknowledgement of revised overall project goals

A. Priority 1) Well field production and enhancement of with-
drawal through water conservation and mitigation of adverse
effects via optimum facilities operation and resource manage-

B. Priority 2) Local flood protection as a subsidiary benefit
on a very limited scale, depending on character and magnitude
of final project.

C. Priority 3) Limited recreation development as a multi-purpose
subsidiary benefit.

II. Approval to develop project design criteria, conceptual design features,
integral project description and explanation of feasibility for
well field enhancement.

A. Modify the Seaburn and Robertson agreement to accomplish above
objectives as a part of Phase III work toward developing an
optimum operation and management plan for the overall Cypress
Creek Project.

B. Environmental monitoring portion of Phase III would proceed
forthwith to avoid discontinuity in data collection.

C. Items II.A. and II.B. above would proceed subject to:

1. Pinellas-Anclote and Hillsborough Basin Boards' approval
and availability of budget funds.

2. Successful contract negotiations with consultant and
subsequent final approval by Governing Board.

cc: Dave Gomberg, Director, Regulatory Division
Ed Melchen, Supervisor, Projects Management Section
Bill Courser, Supervisor, Environmental Section

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