Title: Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) Consumptive Use Permit # 200003 (Section 21)
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Title: Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) Consumptive Use Permit # 200003 (Section 21)
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Abstract: Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) Consumptive Use Permit # 200003 (Section 21) Permit Granted To: West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority/City of St. Petersburg Date Permit Granted: July 7, 1982 Date Permit Application Filed: December 28, 1981 Date Permit Expires: July 7, 1992
General Note: Box 9, Folder 5 ( SF-SWF 200003/WCR/St. Pete/Section 21 Volume I - 1976-92 ), Item 18
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West Coast Regional Water Supplv Authority/
City of St. Petersburg
2280 US Hwy 19 N, Suite 121

Clearwater, Florida 33515
(Legal Name and Address)

PERMIT NO.: 200003 (Section 21)
FILED: December 28, 1981
Section 21, T27S, R18E


1. That all statements in the application and in supporting data are true and accurate and based
upon the best information available, and that all conditions set forth herein will be complied
with. If any of the statements in the application and in the supporting data are found to be
untrue and: inaccurate; or if applicant fails-to comply with; allof the conditionsrsetfortha erein,
then thisPermit.shall become null and void.

2. This Permit is predicated upon the assertion by applicant that the use of water applied for and
granted is and continues to be a reasonable beneficial use as defined in Section 373.019(5),
Florida Statutes, is and continues to be consistent with the public interest, and will not interfere
with any legal use of water existing on the date this Permit is granted.

3. In granting this Permit, SWFWMD has, by regulation, reserved from use by applicant, water in
such locations and quantities, for such seasons of the year, as it determines may be required
for the protection of fish and wildlife andf he public health and safety. Such reservations are
subject to periodic review and revision in-light of changed conditions.

4. Based upon the application and supporting documents, SWFWMD finds that the applicant's
cnsumptive u1s of water of 99, 00u,000 gallons per day was in existence before
january 1, 1 at the average annual withdrawal rate of 9,000,000 gallons per day.

5. Nothing in this Permit should be construed to limit the authority of Southwest Florida Water
Management District to declare water shortages and issue orders pursuant to Section 373.175,
Florida Statutes, or to formulate a plan for implementation during periods of water shortage
pursuant to Section 373.246, Florida Statutes.

6. This Permit authorizes the applicant named above to make a combined average annual with-
drawal of 13,000. 000 gallons of water per day with a maximum combined
withdrawal rate not to exceed 22.000.000 during a single day. Withdrawals are
authorized as shown in the table below.

1. 28 07 00 82 30 59
2. 28 06 52 82 30 11
3. 28 07 08 82 30 11
4. 28 07 21 82 30 11
5. 28 07 40 82 30 34
6. 28 07 40 82 30 20
9. 28 07 24 82 30 57
10. 28 06 55 82 30 58




ID #

CUP NO. 200003
West Coast Regional Water supply
Authority/City of St. Petersburg

8. The use of said water is restricted to the use classification set forth above.
Any change in the use of said water will require a modification of this Permit.

9. In the event an emergency water shortage should be declared, the District may
alter, modify or declare to be inactive, all or parts of this Permit. An
authorized District Representative may, at any reasonable time, enter the
property to inspect the facilities and may require that this Permit be shown.

10. Permittee shall within the time limits hereinafter set forth, complete the fol-
lowing items, and if Permittee fails to complete them by the specified date, then
this Permit shall become null and void.

a. The Permittee shall continue to operate and maintain existing totalizing flow
meters or if other flow measuring devices are used they shall be approved in
writing by the Director of the Resource Regulation Department on all withdrawal
points. Such devices shall have and maintain an accuracy within five percent
of the actual flow under installed conditions. Any designated withdrawal
points not equipped with such devices on the date the Consumptive Use Permit
is granted shall be so equipped within 120 days of the Permit date or upon
completion of construction of the withdrawal facility, unless an extension
is approved in writing by District Staff.

Total flow from each designated withdrawal point shall be calculated and re-
corded on a monthly basis and reported, on forms furnished, to the District
by the 10th day of the following month.

Reports shall be addressed to: Processing and Records Section
Southwest Florida Water Management District
5060 U. S. Highway 41 South
Brooksville, Florida 33512

b. Total flow from the well field shall be recorded on a daily basis. Reports
of daily flow for each weekly period shall be made by Permittee, in writing,
to the District on the following Monday; such weekly period shall commence
at 12:01 A.M. on Saturday of each week. Daily pumpage shall be made avail-
able upon reasonable verbal or telephone request by District Staff.

c. Water quality analysis for chloride, sulfate, conductivity and total dissolved
solids shall be done on a regular quarterly basis on samples from Well No. 1
(User ID No. 21-2) and reports furnished to the District by the 10th day of
each month for the preceding sampling period.

In addition, until such time as a Regional Monitor Network is implemented
under CUP No. 206676, the Water Quality/Level Monitoring program currently
being operated by the City will be continued and an Annual Report summarizing
the data from that monitoring program will be submitted to the District by
March 1 of each year.

d. The Permittee shall manage the pumping from Section 21 Well Field so as not
to cause the cumulative weekly average elevations of the potentiometric
surface of the Floridan Aquifer to be lower than the regulatory levels for
each of the wells listed below.

CUP NO. 200003
SWest Coast Regional Water Supply
Authority/City of St. Petersburg

Well No. Regulatory Level in Feet Above Mean Sea Level

7. Hillsborough 13 33.0
8. Jackson 26A 34.0

The weekly average elevations shall be calculated by averaging the hourly
readings for the week; each weekly period shall commence at 12:01 A.M.
on Saturday of each week.

The weekly average elevations shall continue to be determined cumulatively.
The cumulative weekly average elevations shall be calculated by adding each
weekly average elevation to preceding weekly average elevations and divided
by the total number of weeks; the cumulative weekly average elevations
shall commence on October 1 each year. Cumulative weekly average elevations
shall not carry over from one production year to another. Production causing
cumulative weekly average elevations in the monitoring wells to drop below
the regulatory levels shall only be permitted during the first eight weeks
of each production year.

e. Permittee shall continue to manage the well field in a manner as to avoid
recurring weekly average elevations (non-cumulative) of the potentiometric
surface of the Floridan Aquifer that are more than 5 feet below regulatory
levels for the monitor wells set forth in Condition 10d. The District will
continue to collect the water level recorder hydrographs from each regulatory
well on a regular basis, and verify weekly average elevations calculated for
each well. At any time the weekly average elevation (non-cumulative) for any
regulatory well falls greater than 5 feet below the regulatory level for
that well, the District Staff may give notice to the Permittee and require
that Permittee investigate the causes for the drawdowns and submit a report
of such investigation to the District within 14 days of receipt of such
notice. The report shall set forth any action taken or proposed to be
taken to avoid recurring elevations that are greater than the 5 feet below
regulatory levels. If such lower levels recur, the District, after notice,
may hold a hearing at which the Permittee will be given an opportunity to
show cause why the District should not reconsider and modify the terms and
conditions of this Permit so as to further avoid lowering levels below
regulatory levels.

During the first 30 months of this permit, the Permittee may cause the levels
set forth herein to be exceeded on a recurring basis, but such authorization
is limited as follows: Recurrenceshall not exceed six (6) consecutive weeks
or more than a total of eight (8) weeks during any annual period commencing
November 30, 1982 and November 30, 1983.

11. The total combined daily withdrawal on an average weekly basis from the Cosme-Odessa
and Section 21 Well Fields shall, as demonstrated during previous operation, con-
tinue to be reasonably balanced between the two well fields.

12. The quantities set forth in paragraph 6 of this permit are authorized and intended
for the purpose first of meeting water supply requirements of the City of St.
Petersburg. Included in the total quantity set forth in paragraph 6 is one
million gallons per day (average annual) which is authorized for withdrawal and
use by West Coast Regional Water Supply Authority to supply supplemental water
to the area supplied by the Northwest Hillsborough Regional Well Field at
times when water supply requirements for such water supply area cannot be met
under Consumptive Use Permit No. 206676.

CUP NO. 200o03
West Coast Regional Water Supply
Authority/City of St. Petersburg

13. The District may, at a future date, establish a minimum water level in the aquifer
or aquifers hydrologically associated with these withdrawals which may require
the Permittee to limit withdrawal from these groundwater sources at times when
water levels fall below these minimums. (Sect. 373.042, F.S.)

14. The District reserves the right, at all reasonable times, to collect water samples
for analysis. The District may, upon prior notice, collect water samples from any
or all withdrawal points listed on this Permit, or may, at the option of the Dis-
trict, provide mailable containers to the Permittee, and require the Permittee.to
forward samples from any or all withdrawal points within an reasonable period of
time prescribed.

15. Permittee shall continue existing water conservation practices and programs and
shall provide an annual report for the previous water year on water conservation.
The report will include an update of accomplishments through existing programs
and a summary of new programs. The report shall be submitted to the District
by January 1 of each year.

16. Permittee shall continue its policy to investigate and document complaints related
to withdrawals at the Section 21 Well Field. A summary report of these investi-
gations and mitigation activities for the previous water year shall be submitted
by the first day of January of each year.

Authorized Signature, SWFWMD

Applicants hereby certify that applicants legally control the property covered by
this application, that the information contained in this application is true and
accurate and, if applicant is a corporation or a partnership, that the undersigned
has the legal authority to execute this application and affidavit on behalf of said
corporation or partnership.

Signature of Applicant

Signature of Co-Applicant
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this day of

Notary Public

My Commission Expires:


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