Title: Flow Inc. Seeks Water District Tax
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 Material Information
Title: Flow Inc. Seeks Water District Tax
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Publisher: Ft. Lauderdale News
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
Abstract: Ft. Lauderdale News Article December 14, 1975
General Note: Box 9, Folder 1 ( SF-Fla. Loves Our Water (FLOW) - 1968-1980 ), Item 33
Funding: Digitized by the Legal Technology Institute in the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida.
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Bibliographic ID: WL00001616
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
Holding Location: Levin College of Law, University of Florida
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for a campaign
proval Mai.rh 9
Amendment rest
water manageme
real estate to supi
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addition to deciding
candidates will ci
port to the nation
Republican Conve
i Sen. Phil Lev
Peach, is preside
organization whicl
,'Florida Love o
formed to explaini
public on the ne<
village levy auth(
; The courts rule
was lost when thi
districts were i
Legislature and L
that it be restored
'water for agricul
the people.
.A committee
DeGrove. Florida
4y. Don Morgani
(Central and Sout
control District,
attorney for the
Water Manageni
nameJ FTiToruil
understand docur
need for the anme
Among the 25
4Ierc Ken Woodbh
'rish, assistants to
;who supports the
expected to help

EACH A group
-ganized yesterday
seeking voter ap-
if a constitutional
-ing the power of
it districts to tax
,ort vital projects.
;ue on the ballot in
r what presidential
irry Florida's sup-
aI Democratic and
nations next year.
'is. D-West Palm
it of the nonprofit
i informally means
SWater." It was
1 and educate" the
d to reinstate the
rity in the constitu-

d the taxing power
boundaries of the
shuffled by the
Lwis said it is vital
to assure adequate
ture, industry and

composedd of John
Atlantic Universi-
representing the
lern Fl6rida Flood
and Buddy Blain,
Southwest Florida
ent District, was
ite a short easy-to-
lent explaining the
persons attending
rn and Bernie Par-
(ov. Reubin Askew
amendment and is
campaignn for it..



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IFlow In .

Seeks Water

District Tax

Called Flow Inc. organized yesterday
for a campaign seeking voter ap-
proval Mai ,h 9 of a constitutional
amendment restoring the power of
water management districts to tax
real estate to support vital projects.
SIt is the only issue on the ballot in
addition to deciding what presidential
candidates will carry Florida's sup-
port to the national Democratic and
Republican Conventions next year.

i Sen. Phil Lewis. D-West Palm
Beach. is president of the nonprofit
organization which informally means
*'Florida Love of Water." It was
formed to "explain and educate" the
public on the need to reinstate the
inillage levy authority in the constitu-

The courts ruled the taxing power
was lost when the boundaries of the
districts were reshuffled by the
Legislature and Lewis said it is vital
that it be restored to assure adequate
water for agriculture, industry and
the people.
A committee composed of John
DeGrove. Florida Atlantic Universi-
ty. Don Morgan, representing the
Central and Southern Florida Flood
X'ontrol District, and Buddy Blain,
attorneyy for the Southwest Florida
Water Management District, was
name'tT~7FTl i i; ulate a short easy-to-
'understand document explaining the
nwed for the amendment.
SAmong the 25 persons attending
1v'ere Ken Woodhurn and Bernie Par-
rish. assistants to (\o. Reubin Askew
:who supports the amendment and is
expected to help campaign for it. -

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