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Governing Board

Meeting

Agenda

and

Meeting Information

October 30, 2012

9:00 a.m.

District Headquarters

2379 Broad Street • Brooksville, Florida

(352) 796-7211 • 1-800-423-1476

Weeki Wachee River


2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida 34604-6899

(352) 796-7211 or 1-800-423-1476 (FL only)

TDD only 1-800-231-6103 (FL only)

On the Internet at: WaterMatters.org

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Opportunity

Employer

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policy involves every aspect of the District's functions, including access to and participation in the District's programs and activities.

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AGENDA

MEETING NOTICE

GOVERNING BOARD MEETING

OCTOBER 30, 2012

9:00 A.M.

DISTRICT HEADQUARTERS

2379 BROAD STREET (US HWY 41)

352-796-7211 OR 1-800-423-1476

All meetings are open to the public.

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to use internet streaming.

Public input will be taken only at the meeting location.

Public input for issues not listed on the published agenda will be heard shortly

after the meeting begins.

Pursuant to Section 373.079(7), Florida Statutes, all or part of this meeting may be

conducted by means of communications media technology in order to permit

maximum participation of Governing Board members.

The Governing Board may take official action at this meeting on any item appearing on this

agenda and on any item that is added to this agenda as a result of a change to the agenda

approved by the presiding officer of the meeting pursuant to Section 120.525, Florida Statutes.

The order of items appearing on the agenda is subject to change during the meeting

and is at the discretion of the presiding officer.

Public Comment will be taken after each presentation and before any Governing Board action(s)

except for Governing Board hearings that involve the issuance of final orders based on

recommended Orders received from the Florida Division of Administrative Hearings.

Unless specifically stated, scheduled items will not be heard at a time certain.

The current Governing Board agenda and minutes of previous meetings

are on the District's web site: www.WaterMatters.org

Bartow Service Office

170 Century Boulevard

Bartow, Florida 33830-7700

(863) 534-1448 or 1-800-492-7862 (FL only)

Sarasota Service Office

6750 Fruitville Road

Sarasota, Florida 34240-9711

(941) 377-3722 or 1-800-320-3503 (FL only)

Tampa Service Office

7601 US Highway 301 North

Tampa, Florida 33637-6759

(813) 985-7481 or 1-800-836-0797 (FL only)


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9:00 A.M. CONVENE PUBLIC HEARING AND MEETING (TAB A)

1. Call to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation

3. Oath of Office for Newly Appointed or Reappointed Board Members

4. Additions/Deletions to Agenda

5. Ceremony to Honor Judith C. Whitehead for Her Service on the Governing Board

6. Employee Recognition

7. Public Input for Issues Not Listed on the Published Agenda

CONSENT AGENDA (TAB B)

All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered routine and action will be taken by one motion,

second of the motion and approval by the Board. If discussion is requested by a Board member, that item(s)

will be deleted from the Consent Agenda and moved to the appropriate Committee or Report for consideration.

Regulation Committee

8. Individual Water Use Permits (WUPs) Referred to the Governing Board

a. WUP No. 20011400.025 – Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC / Integrated Water Use Permit – Polk,

Hardee, DeSoto, Hillsborough and Manatee Counties

b. WUP No. 20007178.006 – Development and Construction Corporation of America / Oak Run

Development – Marion County

Operations & Land Management Committee

9. Conveyance of a Conservation Easement to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection

for Mitigation Purposes, Polk County

10. Acceptance of Easement Donation – Peace Creek Canal Project, SWF Parcel No. 20-696-206P

Resource Management Committee

11. Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend 40D-8.624, Florida Administrative Code

(F.A.C.), to Adopt Minimum and Guidance Levels for Lakes Bonable, Tiger, and Little Bonable

in Marion County

12. Adopt Resolution No. 12-15 for the Reallocation of Funds Appropriated by the State in

Fiscal Years 2006 and 2008 – Water Protection and Sustainability Trust Fund

13. Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedule Update

14. Facilitating Agricultural Resource Management Systems (FARMS) Program (H017) –

Reallocation of State Trust Funds and Budget Transfer

Finance & Administration Committee

15. Budget Transfer Report

16. Office Service Analysis

General Counsel’s Report

17. Administrative, Enforcement and Litigation Activities that Require Governing Board Approval

a. Interagency Agreement between the SWFWMD and the SJRWMD to Designate the

SWFWMD as the Agency with Regulatory Responsibility for Water Use Permitting –

Whitehurst Cattle Company – Marion and Levy Counties

b. Initiation of Litigation – Unauthorized Construction - James V. Risher and Carolyn Risher –

Levy County

c. Consent Order – Surface Water Activity - Robert J. Colvin and Mary A. Colvin – Lake County

d. Settlement – SWFWMD v. M. Lewis King and Hancock Lake Ranch, LLC (Parcel No.

20-503-111-P)

e. Settlement – Mudd v. City of Lake Wales and SWFWMD (Tenth Judicial Circuit) – Polk County

18. Rulemaking

a. Approve Repeal of Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., to be Consistent with the Changes Necessitated

by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Guidance for Consumptive Use

Permit Compliance Reporting Requirements and Review Memorandum

b. Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend Rule 40D-1.608, F.A.C., to Clarify the

Requirements for Certain Counties and Municipalities to Request a Permit Fee Reduction

Executive Director’s Report

19. Approve Governing Board Minutes

a. First Public Budget Hearing – September 11, 2012

b. Monthly Meeting – September 25, 2012

c. Second Public Budget Hearing – September 25, 2012


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RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (TAB C)

Discussion Items

20. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion

21. Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend 40D-8.041, F.A.C., to Establish Minimum Flows

for the Chassahowitzka and Homosassa River Systems and Accept Reports

Submit & File Reports – None

Routine Reports

22. Minimum Flows and Levels

23. Watershed Management Program and Federal Emergency Management Agency Map Modernization

24. Significant Water Supply and Resource Development Projects

REGULATION COMMITTEE (TAB D)

Discussion Items

25. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion

26. Denials Referred to the Governing Board

Submit & File Report

27. Public Supply Report

Routine Reports

28. Southern Water Use Caution Area Quantities

29. Overpumpage Report

30. E-Permitting Metrics: Online vs. Paper Applications

31. Individual Permits Issued by District Staff

32. Resource Regulation Significant Initiatives

OPERATIONS &LAND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (TAB E)

Discussion Items

33. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion

34. Hydrologic Conditions Status Report

Submit & File Reports

35. Surplus Lands Assessment Update

36. Flying Eagle Nature Center Update

37. Land Management Team Review Evaluations – Chassahowitzka Riverine Swamp, Jack Creek,

Starkey Wilderness Preserve and Conner Preserve

Routine Reports

38. Structure Operations

39. Significant Activities

OUTREACH &PLANNING COMMITTEE (TAB F)

Discussion Items – None

Submit & File Reports – None

Routine Reports

40. Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Related Reviews Report

41. Development of Regional Impact Activity Report

42. Significant Activities

FINANCE &ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE (TAB G)

Discussion Items

43. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion

Submit & File Report

44. Bartow Service Office Update

Routine Reports

45. Treasurer's Report, Payment Register and Contingency Funds Report

46. Monthly Financial Statement

47. Monthly Cash Balances by Fiscal Year


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GENERAL COUNSEL’S REPORT (TAB H)

Discussion Items

48. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion

Submit & File Report

49. Environmental Resource Permit Penalties Equal to or Greater than $5,000

Routine Reports

50. Litigation Report

51. Rulemaking Update

COMMITTEE/LIAISON REPORTS (TAB I)

52. Environmental Advisory Committee Meeting

53. Well Drillers Advisory Committee Meeting

54. Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council Meeting

55. Other Liaison Reports

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT (TAB J)

56. Executive Director’s Report

a. Inspector General Policies, Procedures and Succession

b. Other

CHAIR’S REPORT (TAB K)

57. Chair’s Report

a. Approve Resolution 12-16 Commending Hugh M. Gramling for His Service on the Board

b. Other

ANNOUNCEMENTS

RECESS PUBLIC HEARING

Governing Board Meetings Schedule:

Meeting – Haines City ............................................................................... November 27, 2012

Meeting – Tampa ...................................................................................... December 18, 2012

Meeting – Tampa ..................................................................................... January 29, 2013

Meeting – Sarasota ................................................................................. February 26, 2012

Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule:

Industrial/Public Supply – Tampa .............................................................. November 13, 2012

Agricultural/Green Industry – Tampa ....................................................... December 6, 2012

Well Drillers – Tampa .............................................................................. January 9, 2013

Environmental – Tampa ........................................................................... January 14, 2013

ADJOURNMENT

The Governing Board may take action on any matter on the printed agenda including such items listed as reports,

discussions, or program presentations. The Governing Board may make changes to the printed agenda only for

good cause as determined by the Chair, and stated in the record.

If a party decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at a hearing or

these meetings, that party will need a record of the proceedings, and for such purpose that party may need to

ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence

upon which the appeal is to be based.

If you wish to address the Board concerning any item listed on the agenda or an issue that does not appear on

the agenda, please fill out a speaker's card at the reception desk in the lobby and give it to the recording

secretary. Your card will be provided to the Chair who will call on you at the appropriate time during the meeting.

When addressing the Board, please step to the podium, adjust the microphone for your comfort, and state your


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name for the record. Comments will be limited to three minutes per speaker. In appropriate circumstances, the

Chair may grant exceptions to the three-minute limit.

The Board will accept and consider written comments from any person if those comments are submitted to the

District at Southwest Florida Water Management District, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida 34604-6899.

The comments should identify the number of the item on the agenda and the date of the meeting. Any written

comments received after the Board meeting will be retained in the file as a public record.


GOVERNING BOARD OFFICERS,COMMITTEES

AND LIAISONS

Effective September 2012

Chair

Vice Chair

Secretary

Treasurer

OFFICERS

H. Paul Senft, Jr.

Douglas B. Tharp

Albert G. Joerger

Jeffrey M. Adams

REGULATION COMMITTEE

OPERATIONS AND LAND

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

OUTREACH AND PLANNING

COMMITTEE

Vacant, Chair Michael A. Babb, Chair Jeffrey M. Adams, Chair

Todd Pressman, Vice Chair Randall S. Maggard, Vice Chair Jennifer E. Closshey, Vice Chair

Carlos Beruff Albert G. Joerger Michael A. Babb

Vacant Douglas B. Tharp Vacant

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

COMMITTEE

FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION

COMMITTEE

SURPLUS LANDS

SUBCOMMITTEE

Vacant, Chair Jeffrey M. Adams, Chair* Albert G. Joerger, Chair

Michael A. Babb, Vice Chair Douglas B. Tharp, Vice Chair Vacant, Vice Chair

Randall S. Maggard Jennifer E. Closshey Jeffrey M. Adams

Douglas B. Tharp Albert G. Joerger Jennifer E. Closshey

* Board policy requires the Governing

Board Treasurer to chair the

Finance and Administration Committee.

Randall S. Maggard

Douglas B. Tharp

STANDING COMMITTEE LIAISONS

Agricultural Advisory Committee Vacant

Environmental Advisory Committee Michael A. Babb

Green Industry Advisory Committee Douglas B. Tharp

Industrial Supply Advisory Committee Randall S. Maggard

Public Supply Advisory Committee Vacant

Well Drillers Advisory Committee Vacant

OTHER LIAISONS

Governing Board Diversity Coordinator Carlos Beruff

Strategic Planning Initiative Jennifer E. Closshey

Central Florida Water Initiative (formerly CFCA) H. Paul Senft

Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program Policy Board Vacant

Sarasota Bay Estuary Program Policy Board Albert G. Joerger

Tampa Bay Estuary Program Policy Board Vacant

Todd Pressman, Primary

Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council

Jeffrey M. Adams, Alternate

9/26/2012


Executive Summary


Executive Summary

GOVERNING BOARD MEETING

OCTOBER 30, 2012

9:00 a.m.

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CONVENE PUBLIC HEARING AND MEETING (TAB A)

1. Call to Order

2. Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation

3. Oath of Office for Newly Appointed or Reappointed Board Members

4. Additions/Deletions to Agenda

5. Ceremony to Honor Judith C. Whitehead for Her Service on the Governing Board

6. Employee Recognition

7. Public Input for Issues Not Listed on the Published Agenda

CONSENT AGENDA (TAB B)

All m atters lis ted un der th e Cons ent A genda ar e c onsidered r outine and action wil l b e tak en b y one m otion,

second of the m otion and approval by the Board. If discussion is requested by a Boar d member, that ite m(s)

will be deleted from the Consent Agenda and moved to the appropriate Committee or Report for consideration.

Regulation Committee

8. Individual Water Use Permits (WUPs) Referred to the Governing Board

a. WUP No. 20011400.025 – Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC / Integrated Water Use Permit – Polk,

Hardee, DeSoto, Hillsborough and Manatee Counties

This is a 20- year renewal with modification to reduce total permitted quantities and com bine

seven of Mosaic’s existing WUPs into a single Integrated WUP for the purposes of phosphate

rock mining an d fertilizer m anufacturing. The m ining oper ations are conduc ted on

approximately 317,000 acres of property located within the Southern Water Use Caution Area

in Hillsborough, Polk, Hardee, Manatee, and DeSoto Counties. The total combined permitted

Annual Average Daily quantities are reduced from approximately 99.9 million gallons per day

(mgd) t o 69. 6 mg d, a reduction o f a pproximately 30%. Lon g-term av erage use ov er the

20-year permit term is anticipated to be no more than 55.2 mgd.

Staff r ecommends t he Board appr ove t he pr oposed per mit included in t he Boar d’s m eeting

materials as an exhibit.


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b. WUP No. 20007178.006 – Development and Construction Corporation of America / Oak

Run Development – Marion County

This permit is a r enewal with modification for recreational/aesthetic type use. The authorized

quantities ar e an incr ease from those pr eviously per mitted. The inc rease in t he Annual

Average rate, from 363,000 gallons per day (gpd) to 614,300 gpd, and the Peak Month rate,

from 862,000 gpd to 1,904,400 gpd, is due to an increase in irrigated acres of golf course and

lawn and landscape ar eas. T he Permittee is in neg otiations with Marion Count y Ut ilities t o

increase reclaimed water use at the site.

Staff r ecommends t he Board appr ove t he pr oposed per mit included in t he Boar d’s m eeting

materials as an exhibit.

Operations & Land Management Committee

9. Conveyance of a Conservation Easement to the Florida Department of Environmental

Protection for Mitigation Purposes, Polk County

This is a request to convey a conservation easement to the Florida Department of Environmental

Protection ( FDEP). The FDEP has ag reed to t he accept ance of t his easement as part of Polk

County’s mitigation requirements for their expansion of the North Central Landfill.

Staff recommends the Board authorize the Board Chair and Secr etary to execute the instrument

necessary t o conv ey a Conser vation Easem ent t o the Flor ida Depart ment o f Env ironmental

Protection.

10. Acceptance of Easement Donation – Peace Creek Canal Project, SWF Parcel No.

20-696-206P

Staff recommends the Board accept the donation of an easement interest over 3.41 acres located

along the Peace Creek Canal owned by New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC.

Resource Management Committee

11. Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend 40D-8.624, Florida Administrative Code

(F.A.C.), to Adopt Minimum and Guidance Levels for Lakes Bonable, Tiger, and Little

Bonable in Marion County

Based on available water level records, the proposed minimum levels for each of the three lakes

are being met. In the event that water levels in the lake basin ar e not fluctuating in com pliance

with the proposed minimum levels, the recovery strategies outlined in Ru le 40D-80.074, F.A.C.,

will apply.

Staff recommends the Board:

(1) Accept the reports entitled, “Proposed Minimum and G uidance Levels for Lakes Bonable and

Tiger in Marion County” and “Proposed Minimum and Guidance Levels for Little Lake Bonable

in Marion County,” dated August 30, 2012 and September 14, 2012, respectively.

(2) Authorize staff to make any necessary clarifying or minor technical changes that may result

from the rulemaking process and to complete report finalization.

(3) I nitiate and appr ove r ulemaking t o am end R ule 40D-8.624, F. A.C., to delet e t he pr eviously

adopted guidance levels and add new guidance and minimum levels for lakes Bonable, Tiger,

and Little Bonable in Marion County.

12. Adopt Resolution No. 12-15 for the Reallocation of Funds Appropriated by the State in

Fiscal Years 2006 and 2008 – Water Protection and Sustainability Trust Fund

Manatee’s second of four MARS 10 MG Reclai med St orage Tank p roject is an on going, multiyear

alt ernative water supply pr oject. M ARS is a r egional r euse sy stem t hat consist s o f ov er

21 miles o f tr ansmission lines t hat int erconnect M anatee Count y's t hree r egional w astewater

treatment facilities, designed to distribute over 30 million gallons per day (mgd). The total cost of

the pr oject is $5 ,000,000 wit h t he Dist rict’s s hare o f 50 pe rcent cu rrently being $2, 500,000.

Approving the reallocation of the $637,824 in trust funds will optimize the use o f state funds and

benefit the District and Manatee County by decreasing each party’s project funding by $318,912.


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Staff recommends the Board:

(1) Adopt Resolution No. 12-15 to reallocate a total of $637,824, with $635,752 in FY2006 trust

funds approved for the Bradenton ASR Sy stem Including Oxygen Removal Study ($45,250),

Lake Tarpon ASR T est Well Pr ogram ( $234,834), M orningside Ar ea Reclaim ed Water

Transmission and Distr ibution Sy stem ( $219,620), and Haines City ’s Sout hern Ar ea

Transmission Main Extension ($136,048); and $2,072 in FY2008 t rust funds approved for the

Haines Cit y’s Sout hern Ar ea T ransmission Main E xtension and t ransfer t o t he on going

Manatee’s Second of F our M ARS 10 Million G allon ( MG) Reclaim ed St orage Tank ( H093)

project; approve the transfer of $318,912 of ad valorem funds which will be reimbursed by the

WPSTF;

(2) Authorize st aff t o a mend t he ag reement t o add lang uage that w ill allo w t he pr oject t o use

those funds; and

(3) Authorize the Executive Director or his designee to execute the amendment.

13. Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedule Update

Staff presented a draft "Proposed Southwest Florida Water Management District Fiscal Year 2013

Minimum Flo ws and L evels Pr iority List and Schedule" t o t he G overning Boar d at t he

September 25, 2012 meet ing. Comm ent on t he dr aft p riority list was r eceived at a publ ic

workshop held at the Tampa Service Office on October 1, 2012.

Based on consideration of stakeholder input, no further additions to the priority list or rescheduling

of water bodies other than those discussed at the September 2012 Board meeting are proposed.

However, based on r eview of budgetary and staffing requirements for other priority water bodies,

staff recommends that Myakkahatchee Creek be removed from the priority list. This water body

was previously identified by staff for MFLs adoption in FY2016.

Staff recommends the Board approve the Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedu le

for submission to DEP for review and approval as required by Chapter 373, F.S.

14. Facilitating Agricultural Resource Management Systems (FARMS) Program (H017) –

Reallocation of State Trust Funds and Budget Transfer

Over t he last sev eral f iscal y ears, t he FAR MS Program has ex perienced a st eady incr ease in

program part icipation, w ith FY2012 hav ing 44 new pr ojects and 6 am endments app roved for

funding in t he am ount of $8 ,295,058. The F Y2013 budg et for FARMS Pr ogram pr ojects i s

$6,000,000 in ad valorem and State Appropriation based funding. This request for the transfer of

additional St ate Appr opriation funds int o t he FARMS Pr ogram would incr ease t he t otal FARMS

Program project budget for FY2013 to $7,139,528.

Staff recommends the Board approve the reallocation of $1,139,528 in State funding for the West-

Central Flor ida Water Rest oration Act ion Plan and t he t ransfer o f t he associated ex penditure

budget from t he Lake Hancock Lak e Level Modification pr oject ( H008) to t he FAR MS Pr ogram

(H017) for future funding of agricultural Best Management Practices consistent with FARMS Rule

40D-26, F.A.C.

Finance & Administration Committee

15. Budget Transfer Report

Staff recommends the Board approve the Budget Transfer Report covering all budget transfers for

September 2012.

16. Office Service Analysis

Pursuant to the Governor’s and Board’s direction, District staff is exploring opportunities to reduce

District expenses while ensuring the delivery of effective and efficient services. Distr ict staff has

conducted a pr eliminary r eview of opt ions for the de livery of o ffice serv ices includ ing pr inting,

mailing, and document imaging. However, to ensure that a thorough and comprehensive analysis

of all available options is performed, a market review of outside services by a qualified company is

required.


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Staff recommends the Board:

(1) Conduct an analysis of current market rates for office services, including printing, mailing, and

document imaging, through a RFP;

(2) Perform a cost-comparison of the District’s existing office service expenses; and

(3) Explore any cost-saving opportunities identified.

General Counsel’s Report

17. Administrative, Enforcement and Litigation Activities that Require Governing Board

Approval

a. Interagency Agreement between the SWFWMD and the SJRWMD to Designate the

SWFWMD as the Agency with Regulatory Responsibility for Water Use Permitting –

Whitehurst Cattle Company – Marion and Levy Counties

The Whitehurst Cattle Company submitted Water Use Per mit Application No. 20005122.005

to t he S WFWMD for property locat ed within t he j urisdictional boundar ies o f bot h t he

SWFWMD and the SJRWMD. The majority of the property and activities subject to regulatory

review are located within the jurisdictional boundaries of the SWFWMD.

The SWFWMD has previously taken regulatory responsibility for permitting water withdrawals

and uses of water by Whitehurst Cattle Company on the property. However, SWFWMD staff

discovered that the assumption of regulatory responsibility was based upon a r ecord of oral

communications bet ween S WFWMD and SJRW MD and t hat an int eragency ag reement

designating the S WFWMD as t he w ater management dis trict w ith r egulatory r esponsibility

over water use permitting on the property has not been executed.

Staff Recomm ends the Board appr ove t he I nteragency Agr eement between t he Dist ricts for

Designation o f Re gulatory Responsibilit y f or Water Use Perm itting o f the Whitehurst Cat tle

Company in Marion and Levy Counties.

b. Initiation of Litigation – Unauthorized Construction - James V. Risher and Carolyn

Risher – Levy County

On June 19, 2008, District staff drove by property located at 18291 S.E. 72nd Avenue, Inglis,

Levy County, Florida (Property) and obser ved that approximately 1.20 acres of a p reviously

treed upland had been cleared and covered with impervious material for the construction of a

limerock r oadway and paved par king lot . The Pr operty is o wned b y James and Car olyn

Risher ( Owners). The O wners had not appli ed for and the Distr ict had not issued an

Environmental Resource Permit (ERP) authorizing these activities.

Upon r eceipt of t he No tice of Violat ion ( NOV) and pr oposed Consen t O rder, M r. Risher

contacted the Office of General Counsel (OGC) and proposed $3,000 in payment of penalties

and costs, but did not want to restore the Property or apply for an ERP.

In Apr il 2012 , the Distr ict obse rved t hat the paved par king lo t remained, but t he ar ea

previously co vered with limerock had not been m aintained as an im pervious sur face. T he

District estimated the paved impervious surface was approximately 0.44 acres.

During discussions w ith O GC in July 2012, Mr. Risher indicat ed t hat he m ay r emove t he

paved parking lot. OGC offered to resolve the matter through a proposed Consent Order that

required r emoval of the pav ed ar ea, and ass essed r evised penalt ies and cost s totaling

$3,000. OGC followed up w ith M r. Ris her in Aug ust 2012 and in September 2012 on

settlement of this matter, but has not received a response.

Staff recommends t he Board aut horize t he init iation of lit igation against James and Car olyn

Risher and any ot her appr opriate parties to obtain com pliance, t o recover an adm inistrative

fine/civil penalty for the violations, and to recover District enforcement costs, court costs and

attorney’s fees.


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c. Consent Order – Surface Water Activity - Robert J. Colvin and Mary A. Colvin – Lake

County

On July 31, 2012, this matter came before the Governing Board to authorize litigation against

Robert and Mary Colvin (Owners) for unauthorized wetland dredging and filling in the southern

portion o f t heir pr operty locat ed in Lak e Count y ( Property). T he G overning B oard m oved

unanimously for the District to work with the Owners to resolve this matter and, if the matter

could not be r esolved, to appear before the Governing Board at its October 2012 m eeting to

authorize litigation against the Owners.

On August 28, 2012, the District conducted a site visit at t he Owners’ Property, marked the

areas in t he southern portion of the Property where fill would need t o be r emoved and ar eas

where the removed fill could be placed. On September 12, 2012, the District requested the

Owners submit a financial affidavit for the District to determine the Owners’ ability to pay the

$60,300 in penalt ies that had been assessed f or the wetland impacts. The Dist rict received

the Owners’ financial affidavit on September 21, 2012.

On October 10 , 2012 , the Dist rict sent t he O wners a revised Consent Or der. The r evised

Consent Order requires restoration to the wetland as discussed during the August 28, 2012,

site visit, waives the penalties of $60,300 if the Owners complete the restoration requirements

within one y ear of t he effective dat e o f t he C onsent Or der, and r equires pay ment o f the

District’s costs totaling $2,000 within 30 days of the effective date of the Consent Order.

Staff recommends the Board approve the Consent Order between the District and Robert and

Mary Colvin.

d. Settlement – SWFWMD v. M. Lewis King and Hancock Lake Ranch, LLC (Parcel No.

20-503-111-P)

On October 28 , 2008 , i n connect ion w ith t he L ake Hancoc k La ke Lev el M odification Pr oject

(“Project”), the District’s Governing Board adopted a Resolut ion authorizing the use o f eminent

domain t o acq uire an inundat ion easem ent t o est ablish t he Lak e Hancoc k outf all cont rol

structure at an elevation of 100 NGVD (1929). On March 29, 2011, the District filed a petition in

eminent domain to obtain an inundat ion easement over 8.5 acres of real property identified as

Parcel 111-P, and owned by M. Lewis King and Hancock Lake Ranch, LLC (the “Property”).

The parties attended a pre-suit mediation on August 30, 2012. As a result of the mediation, the

parties arrived at a contingent settlement, subject to approval by the District’s Governing Board,

whereby the District will pay the owners $170,000 for the easement.

Staff recommends the Board approve the settlement agreement whereby the District will pay the

owners $170,000 for the easement necessary for implementation of the Project.

e. Settlement – Mudd v. City of Lake Wales and SWFWMD (Tenth Judicial Circuit) –

Polk County

This case conce rns an inv erse condemnation claim arising from flooding in 2005 o f multiple

properties located in Polk County on a peninsul a of land t hat projects into Lake Belle. T he

plaintiffs contend that lateral seepage into Lake Belle from high volumes of water pumped into

the rapid infiltration basins oper ated by the City of Lake Wales may have cont ributed to the

flooding of the plaintiffs’ properties.

A four-day bench t rial w as scheduled for Oct ober 8 t hrough 11 , 2012. O n the m orning o f

Friday, October 5, the Office of General Counsel was advised by the District’s outside counsel

that the plaintiffs’ attorney proposed settling the case as to the District for $100,000. Since trial

was set t o beg in on M onday m orning, October 8, t he Gener al Counsel consult ed w ith t he

Executive Director and the Boar d Chair to obtain approval f or settlement pursuant to Board

Policy 160-3, which allows such approval “if the matter requires immediate action and cannot

be delayed to be r epresented at t he next regularly scheduled Boar d meeting.” A fter further


SWFWMD Board Meeting Executive Summary ~ 6 ~ OCTOBER 30, 2012

negotiations, t he pa rties ag reed on t he morning o f trial t o sett le for $40,000, sub ject to

Governing Board approval.

Staff recommends the Board approve the settlement agreement whereby the District will pay

the plaintiffs $40,000 in exchange for being dismissed from the lawsuit.

18. Rulemaking

a. Approve Repeal of Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., to be Consistent with the Changes

Necessitated by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Guidance for

Consumptive Use Permit Compliance Reporting Requirements and Review

Memorandum

The Flor ida Depar tment o f Env ironmental Pr otection ( DEP) issued " Guidance for

Consumptive Use Permit Com pliance Report ing Re quirements and Rev iew" t o t he water

management districts (WMDs) on March 23, 2012 (Memo). The Memo provides guidance as

it r elates t o the i mplementation o f Sect ion 373 .236(4), F .S., w hich author izes a WMD to

require a com pliance r eport by a per mittee every t en years in or der t o maintain r easonable

assurance that the conditions for issuance of a 2 0-year permit can continue to be met. The

statute r equires t hat t he com pliance r eport s hould cont ain suf ficient dat a t o “ maintain

reasonable assurance that the initial conditions for permit issuance are met.”

District staff seeks Board appr oval t o r epeal Rule 40D- 2.322, F.A.C., to be m ore consist ent

with Sect ion 373 .236(4), F. S., r ules o f t he ot her WMDs and t he M emo by elim inating the

automatic reduction in perm itted quantities, the r equirement for ad ditional g roundwater

modeling and the automatic reduction in permit duration.

b. Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend Rule 40D-1.608, F.A.C., to Clarify the

Requirements for Certain Counties and Municipalities to Request a Permit Fee

Reduction

The proposed rulemaking will amend Rule 40D -1.608, F.A.C., to clarify the r equirements for

counties and m unicipalities to request a pe rmit fee reduction under Section 218.075, F.S. A

permit applicant requesting a pe rmit fee reduction will be r equired to submit a c ertification of

fiscal har dship, o r doc umentation dem onstrating the env ironmental need for a pr oposed

project or activity at the time that an application for a permit is submitted.

Staff r ecommends t he Board init iate and approv e r ulemaking t o am end Rule 40D -1.608,

F.A.C., to clarify the requirements for certain counties and m unicipalities to request a per mit

fee r eduction and t o delet e pr ovisions t hat r epeat t he r equirements cont ained in Sect ion

218.075, F.S., and authorize staff to make any necessary clarifying or technical changes that

may result from the rulemaking process.

Executive Director’s Report

19. Approve Governing Board Minutes

a. First Public Budget Hearing – September 11, 2012

b. Monthly Meeting – September 25, 2012

c. Second Public Budget Hearing – September 25, 2012

Staff recommends approving the minutes as presented.

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (TAB C)

Discussion Items

20. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion


SWFWMD Board Meeting Executive Summary ~ 7 ~ OCTOBER 30, 2012

21. Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend 40D-8.041, F.A.C., to Establish Minimum

Flows for the Chassahowitzka and Homosassa River Systems and Accept Reports

The revised, recommended minimum flows for the Chassahowitzka River System are 91 percent

of it s na tural flow; and t he r evised, r ecommended m inimum flows f or t he Ho mosassa Riv er

System are 97 pe rcent of its natural flow. There are currently no perm itted surf ace withdrawals

from eit her sy stem, an d flow r eductions in e ach t hat may be asso ciated w ith gr oundwater

withdrawals ar e m inimal ( ~1%). The Dist rict is c ommitted t o t he reevaluation of minimum flows

that are adopted for the systems, as necessary, and staff recommends that minimum flows for the

systems should be evaluated within ten years of their adoption.

Upon G overning Boar d approval of t he propose d r ule lang uage, s taff will subm it not ice t o t he

Governor’s Office o f Fis cal Account ability and Reg ulatory Ref orm (O FARR) and pr oceed w ith

formal rulemaking without further Governing Board action. If substantive changes are necessary

as the result of comments received from the public or reviewing entities such as O FARR or the

Joint Adm inistrative Pr ocedures Comm ittee, this m atter w ill be br ought back to t he Governing

Board for consideration.

Staff recommends the Board :

(1) Accept the r eport e ntitled, “ Recommended M inimum Flow s f or the Ch assahowitzka Riv er

System,” dated July 15, 2012.

(2) Initiate rulemaking and appr ove adopt ion o f am endments t o Rule 40D -8.041, Flor ida

Administrative Code, to establish minimum flows for the Chassahowitzka River System.

(3) Accept the report entitled, “Recommended Minimum Flows for the Homosassa River System,”

dated July 15, 2012.

(4) Initiate rulemaking and appr ove adopt ion o f am endments t o Rule 40D -8.041, Flor ida

Administrative Code, to establish minimum flows for the Homosassa River System.

(5) Authorize staff to make any necessary clarifying or minor technical changes that may result

from the rulemaking process.

Submit & File Reports – None

Routine Reports

The following items are provided for the Committee’s information, and no action is required.

22. Minimum Flows and Levels

23. Watershed Management Program and Federal Emergency Management Agency Map Modernization

24. Significant Water Supply and Resource Development Projects

REGULATION COMMITTEE (TAB D)

Discussion Items

25. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion

26. Denials Referred to the Governing Board

If any denials are requested to be referred to the Governing Board, these will be presented at the

meeting.

Submit & File Report

The following item is submitted for the Committee’s information, and no action is required.

27. Public Supply Report

Routine Reports

The following items are provided for the Committee’s information, and no action is required.

28. Southern Water Use Caution Area Quantities

29. Overpumpage Report

30. E-Permitting Metrics: Online vs. Paper Applications

31. Individual Permits Issued by District Staff

32. Resource Regulation Significant Initiatives


SWFWMD Board Meeting Executive Summary ~ 8 ~ OCTOBER 30, 2012

OPERATIONS &LAND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE (TAB E)

Discussion Items

33. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion

34. Hydrologic Conditions Status Report

This routine report provides information on the general state of the District's hydrologic conditions,

by comparing rainfall, surface water, and groundwater levels for the current month to comparable

data from the historical record.

This item is provided for the Committee's information, and no action is required.

Submit & File Reports

The following items are submitted for the Committee’s information, and no action is required.

35. Surplus Lands Assessment Update

36. Flying Eagle Nature Center Update

37. Land Management T eam Rev iew E valuations – Chassahowit zka Ri verine S wamp, Jac k Cr eek,

Starkey Wilderness Preserve and Conner Preserve

Routine Reports

The following items are provided for the Committee’s information, and no action is required.

38. Structure Operations

39. Significant Activities

OUTREACH &PLANNING COMMITTEE (TAB F)

Discussion Items – None

Submit & File Reports – None

Routine Reports

The following items are provided for the Committee’s information, and no action is required.

40. Comprehensive Plan Amendment and Related Reviews

41. Development of Regional Impact Activity Report

42. Significant Activities

FINANCE &ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE (TAB G)

Discussion Items

43. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion

Submit & File Report

The following item is submitted for the Committee’s information, and no action is required.

44. Bartow Service Office Update

Routine Reports

The following items are provided for the Committee’s information, and no action is required.

45. Treasurer's Report, Payment Register and Contingency Funds Report

46. Monthly Financial Statement

47. Monthly Cash Balances by Fiscal Year

GENERAL COUNSEL’S REPORT (TAB H)

Discussion Items

48. Consent Item(s) Moved for Discussion


SWFWMD Board Meeting Executive Summary ~ 9 ~ OCTOBER 30, 2012

Submit & File Report

The following item is submitted for the Committee’s information, and no action is required.

49. Environmental Resource Permit Penalties Equal to or Greater than $5,000

Routine Reports

The following items are provided for the Board’s information, and no action is required.

50. Litigation Report

51. Rulemaking Update

COMMITTEE/LIAISON REPORTS (TAB I)

The following items will be provided for the Board’s information at the meeting.

52. Environmental Advisory Committee Meeting

53. Well Drillers Advisory Committee Meeting

54. Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council Meeting

55. Other Liaison Reports

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT (TAB J)

56. Executive Director’s Report

a. Inspector General Policies, Procedures and Succession

Pursuant to Board Policy, the following options are available for consideration:

(1) immediately appoint an Inspector General;

(2) appoint an interim Inspector General; and

(3) have t he posit ion r emain open dur ing the r ecruitment and selec tion o f a new I nspector

General.

In addition, if either option (2) or (3) is selected, the Governing Board will then decide who will

conduct the recruitment, the Executive Director or the Governing Board. The procedures are

substantially the same. Under either option, the Governing Board selects the new Inspector

General by a majority vote.

To facilitate t he decision- making pr ocess, s taff is r ecommending t hat t he Boar d should f irst

determine whether it wants to immediately appoint an I nspector General; appoint an int erim

Inspector G eneral; or h ave t he posit ion r emain open dur ing t he r ecruitment and select ion

process. Consist ent w ith t he Governing Boar d’s decision last y ear r egarding the int erim

Executive Director, i f op tion ( 2) is select ed, it is adv isable t hat t he person w ho ser ves as

interim Inspector General is not a candidate for the position.

b. Other

CHAIR’S REPORT (TAB K)

57 Chair’s Report

a. Approve Resolution 12-16 Commending Hugh M. Gramling for His Service on the Board

Staff recommends the Board approve Resolution 12-16 for presentation to M r. Gramling at a

future meeting.

b. Other

RECESS PUBLIC HEARING


SWFWMD Board Meeting Executive Summary ~ 10 ~ OCTOBER 30, 2012

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Governing Board Meetings Schedule:

M eeting – Haines City ............................................................................... November 27, 2012

Meeting – Tampa ...................................................................................... December 18, 2012

M eeting – Tampa ..................................................................................... January 29, 2013

Meeting – Sarasota ................................................................................. February 26, 2012

Advisory Committee Meeting Schedule:

Industrial/Public Supply – Tampa .............................................................. November 13, 2012

Agricultural/Green Industry – Tampa ....................................................... December 6, 2012

Well Drillers – Tampa .............................................................................. January 9, 2013

E nvironmental – Tampa ........................................................................... January 14, 2013

ADJOURNMENT


250

200

150

100

50

Days Without an At-Fault Accident 503

Total ERP Applications

In-house: 321

0

Cash Balance: $589 Million

Reserves $203M

Encumbrances $281M

Carryforward FY12-13 $39M

Remaining Cash for FY11-12 Budget $66M

Total $589M

199

169

14 14 13

Jul Aug Sep

Average Processing Time (Days)

ERPs Received

ERPs Issued

72%

209 205

12-month average:

16 212 202

Regulation

125

100

75

50

25

0

Permit Compliance Status

8%

9%

9%

2%

187 175

Total Number of Compliance Activities: 7,177

350

300

250

200

150

100

Active – Monitoring

Active – One Letter Sent

Active – Two or more Letters

Sent

Active – in OGC

Closed – No OGC Action

Required

Monthly Dashboard

as of September 30*

300

200

400

Revenues

100

474

509

$509 million

(current budget)

Total WUP Applications

In-house: 175

General Counsel

13

113

98

Average Processing Time (Days)

WUPs Received

WUPs Issued

106

Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep

WMIS Online

Applications

100% ERP WUP WCP

80

60

40

20

0

12-Month Average

Current

Employee

Turnover

100

80

60

40

20

0

28% .3%

12-Month

Average

Current

123

91 97

81

12 11

Jul Aug Sep

12-month average:

17 108 95

250,000

150,000

50,000

20

15

10

5

0

1.0

0.5

Office Space

in Square Feet

242,342

June

2011

226,378

Budget

$16.5M

$2.3M

$0.8M

$13.4M

$8M

Regulation

Remaining

Budget

Encumbered

Spent

Budget

2.5 $2.4M

$0.5M

2.0

$0.1M

1.5 $1.8M

0.0

General Counsel

Remaining

Budget

Encumbered

Spent

$$

0

Expenditures

400

172

100

300

200

Days Without a Lost-Time Injury 335

Resource Management

Total Number of Projects: 495

Long-Term Project Budget

Spend Down: $340.5M

350

300

250

200

150

100

50

Fleet

1 Ton or Under

0

$5.9M

$251.9M

$82.7M

Management Services

Sep

2012

250

200 231

150

100

50

0

Goal FY2011 Current

202,071

FY11-12 Carry Forward Total Current

Budget Encumbrance Budget

Regulation $15.8M $0.7M $16.5M

General Counsel $2.3M $0.1M $2.4M

Resource Mgmt. $60.5M $321.8M $382.3M

Chief of Staff $6.4M $2.5M $8.9M

Operations $22.9M $5.5M $28.4M

Mgmt. Services $46.2M $23.1M $69.3M

Executive $1.4M $0.0M $1.4M

Total $155.5M $353.7M $509.2M

FY11-12 Spend Plan

Chief of Staff

Survey statement: Highly treated

reclaimed water is as pure as water

from the aquifer.

1,536 people were surveyed in Hillsborough,

Pasco, Pinellas and Polk counties with a

Agree Disagree

sampling error of +2.5 percent.

Neutral Unsure

WaterMatters.org website:

Total Visitors: 12-month monthly average: 71,440 Current month: 66,168

Unique Visitors: 12-month monthly average: 47,076 Current month: 48,485

0

Resource

Management

Remaining

Budget

Encumbered

Spent

Operations, Maintenance & Construction

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

To Be Encumbered

Encumbered

Spent

28,000

20,000

18,100

Public Records Requests

12-Month

Average

100% 3,403

80

90%

60 Closed

40 within

20 7 days

0

22.6 hours

Median Closure

Prescribed Fire

Acres Burned

FY10–11

FY11–12 Goal

Year to Date

0

Total Acres Managed: 269,462

FY11–12 Revenue Goals

Current

320

88%

190 28

Closed

20

within

Days

7 days

20

$250K

$56K

$6K

60

6

50

$200K 40

4

$5K

30

$39K

20

2

10

0

0

Timber Cattle Leases Hog Hunts

Total Projected Goal: $373,000

15

10

5

24.5 hours

Median Closure

$19.05 Land Management

$18.90 Cost Per Acre

$12.52

Average Exp. FY09–11

FY12 Budget

Year to Date

Invoice Receipt

to Payment

12-Month

Average Current

400

300

200

100

10

8

6

4

2

Budget

$382.3M

$30.8M

$258.9M

$92.6M

Budget

$8.9M

$1.2M

Remaining

Budget

$2.1M

Encumbered

$5.6M

Spent

0

Chief of Staff

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

Budget

$28.4M

$3.8M

Remaining

Budget

$6.3M

Encumbered

$18.3M

Spent

Operations,

Maintenance

& Construction

80 Budget

$69.3M

$18.7M

60 Remaining

Budget

$12.3M

40 Encumbered

$38.3M

Spent

20

*NOTE: Balances reported as of September 30, 2012, reflect preliminary results. These numbers will be adjusted to a full accrual basis,

and reported again in the December or January packet.

250

200

150

100

50

0

26% 23%

41%

9%

130

104

78

52

26

0

Oct

2011

Jan

2012

Actual

35

30

25

15

10

5

0

35

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

Apr

2012

$34K

$32K

Projected

Cell Tower

Lease

Jul

2012

20

15

10

5

0

31

Days

Oct

2012

$20K

$18K

Billboard

Lease

0 12345678 Easement

Inspection Fees

0

$7K

$7K

Management

Services


A. Public Hearing

& Meeting


Governing Board Meeting

October 30, 2012

9:00 a.m.

CONVENE MEETING OF THE GOVERNING BOARD

AND PUBLIC HEARING

PUBLIC HEARING AND MEETING

1. Call to Order ......................................................................................................................... 2

2. Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation ................................................................................... 2

3. Oath of Office for Newly Appointed or Reappointed Board Members ................................ 2

4. Additions/Deletions to Agenda............................................................................................... 2

5. Ceremony to Honor Judith C. Whitehead for Her Service

on the Governing Board ....................................................................................................... 2

6. Employee Recognition .......................................................................................................... 3

7. Public Input for Issues Not Listed on the Published Agenda .............................................. 4


Items 1 - 5

Governing Board Meeting

October 30, 2012

1. Call to Order

The Board Chair calls the meeting to order. The Board Secretary confirms that a quorum is

present. The Board Chair then opens the public hearing.

Anyone wishing to address the Governing Board concerning any item listed on the agenda or

any item that does not appear on the agenda should fill out and submit a speaker's card.

Comments will be limited to three minutes per speaker, and, when appropriate, exceptions to

the three-minute limit may be granted by the Chair. Several individuals wishing to speak on

the same issue/topic should designate a spokesperson.

2. Pledge of Allegiance and Invocation

The Board Chair leads the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America.

An invocation is offered.

3. Oath of Office for Newly Appointed or Reappointed Board Members

The Oath of Office will be administered to Board members who have been newly appointed or

reappointed by Governor Scott.

Presenter: Lou Kavouras, Board and Executive Services Bureau Chief

4. Additions/Deletions to Agenda

According to Section 120.525(2), Florida Statutes, additions to the published agenda will only

be made for "good cause" as determined by the "person designated to preside." The items

that have been added to the agenda were received by the District after publication of the

regular agenda. The Board was provided with the information filed and the District staff's

analyses of these matters. Staff has determined that action must be taken on these items

prior to the next Board meeting.

Therefore, it is the District staff's recommendation that good cause has been demonstrated

and should be considered during the Governing Board's meeting.

Staff Recommendation:

Approve the recommended additions and deletions to the published agenda if necessary.

Presenter: Blake C. Guillory, Executive Director

5. Ceremony to Honor Judith C. Whitehead for Her Service on the Governing Board

The Board will present Ms. Whitehead with a plaque and framed resolution to honor her

service from March 2003 to August 2012.

Presenter:

Paul Senft, Chair


Item 6

Governing Board Meeting

October 30, 2012

Employee Recognition

The District's employees are its most valuable resource. We are pleased and proud that the

average tenure of all employees at the District is 12 years and that we are able to retain such

remarkable talent. Each year, many District employees reach significant longevity milestones in

their service to the District and many reach momentous milestones, which make them eligible

for retirement. The District as a whole, as well as each employee’s department, acknowledges

and celebrates these milestones/retirements and the tremendous individual contributions they

represent to the achievement of the District’s mission.

At the Governing Board meeting, presentations will be made to the Board for all Brooksville

Service office employees who have achieved milestones of 20 years or greater and those

retiring from the District, to specially acknowledge and commend the contributions of these

individuals.

This item provides the Board with the opportunity to personally recognize and thank our

dedicated employees who have reached five-year increments in service to the District and those

employees who have completed at least 30 years of employment in the Florida Retirement

System and are retiring from the District. We have six Brooksville employees that have achieved

longevity milestones for the period of October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012.

Employees from Tampa, Bartow and Sarasota service offices who have achieved longevity

milestones for this same time period will be included in the December Governing Board recap.

Employee Recognition – Service/Retirement

MILESTONE

EMPLOYEE

NAME

Retirement None for this meeting.

TITLE

DEPARTMENT

OFFICE

LOCATION

35 Years None for this meeting.

30 Years Mark Barcelo Sr Professional Engineer Water Resources Brooksville

25 Years

Dave Dunnett Senior Field Technician Data Collection Brooksville

Jim Lewis Infrastructure Architect Information Technology Brooksville

Philip Rhinesmith Sr Environmental Scientist Natural Systems & Restoration Brooksville

20 Years None for this meeting.

15 Years None for this meeting.

10 Years

Denise Rossette Database Administrator Information Technology Brooksville

Shelia Roush Senior Fiscal Assistant Finance Brooksville

5 Years None for this meeting.

Staff Recommendation:

This item is presented for the Board’s information, and no action is required.

Presenters:

Chief of Staff, Division Directors


Item 7

Governing Board Meeting

October 30, 2012

Public Input for Issues Not Listed on the Published Agenda

At this time, the Board will hear public input for issues not listed on the published agenda.


B. Consent Agenda


Governing Board Meeting

October 30, 2012

CONSENT AGENDA

All matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered routine and action will be taken by one motion,

second of the motion and approval by the Board. If discussion is requested by a Board member, that item(s)

will be deleted from the Consent Agenda and moved to the appropriate Committee or Report for consideration.

Regulation Committee

8. Individual Water Use Permits (WUPs) Referred to the Governing Board

a. WUP No. 20011400.025 – Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC / Integrated Water Use

Permit – Polk, Hardee, DeSoto, Hillsborough and Manatee Counties ............................ 3

b. WUP No. 20007178.006 – Development and Construction Corporation

of America / Oak Run Development – Marion County .................................................... 105

Operations & Land Management Committee

9. Conveyance of a Conservation Easement to the Florida Department of

Environmental Protection for Mitigation Purposes, Polk County ........................................... 118

10. Acceptance of Easement Donation – Peace Creek Canal Project, SWF Parcel

No. 20-696-206P .................................................................................................................... 122

Resource Management Committee

11. Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend 40D-8.624, Florida Administrative

Code (F.A.C.), to Adopt Minimum and Guidance Levels for Lakes Bonable, Tiger,

and Little Bonable in Marion County ...................................................................................... 126

12. Adopt Resolution No. 12-15 for the Reallocation of Funds Appropriated by the State

in Fiscal Years 2006 and 2008 – Water Protection and Sustainability Trust Fund ............... 129

13. Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedule Update ............................................ 134

14. Facilitating Agricultural Resource Management Systems (FARMS)

Program (H017) – Reallocation of State Trust Funds and Budget Transfer ......................... 138

Finance & Administration Committee

15. Budget Transfer Report ......................................................................................................... 140

16. Office Service Analysis .......................................................................................................... 142

General Counsel’s Report

17. Administrative, Enforcement and Litigation Activities that Require

Governing Board Approval

a. Interagency Agreement between the SWFWMD and the SJRWMD to

Designate the SWFWMD as the Agency with Regulatory Responsibility for

Water Use Permitting – Whitehurst Cattle Company – Marion and Levy

Counties ........................................................................................................................... 143

b. Initiation of Litigation – Unauthorized Construction - James V. Risher and

Carolyn Risher – Levy County ......................................................................................... 144

c. Consent Order – Surface Water Activity - Robert J. Colvin and Mary A. Colvin –

Lake County ..................................................................................................................... 146

d. Settlement – SWFWMD v. M. Lewis King and Hancock Lake Ranch, LLC

(Parcel No. 20-503-111-P) ............................................................................................... 147

e. Settlement – Mudd v. City of Lake Wales and SWFWMD (Tenth Judicial

Circuit) – Polk County ...................................................................................................... 148


18. Rulemaking

a. Approve Repeal of Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., to be Consistent with the

Changes Necessitated by the Florida Department of Environmental

Protection’s Guidance for Consumptive Use Permit Compliance Reporting

Requirements and Review Memorandum ....................................................................... 161

b. Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend Rule 40D-1.608, F.A.C., to

Clarify the Requirements for Certain Counties and Municipalities to Request

a Permit Fee Reduction ................................................................................................... 169

Executive Director’s Report

19. Approve Governing Board Minutes

a. First Public Budget Hearing – September 11, 2012 ........................................................ 174

b. Monthly Meeting – September 25, 2012 .......................................................................... 179

c. Second Public Budget Hearing – September 25, 2012 ................................................... 191

2


This is a 20-year renewal with modification to reduce total permitted quantities and combine

seven of Mosaic’s existing Water Use Permits (WUPs) into a single Integrated WUP for the

purposes of phosphate rock mining and fertilizer manufacturing. The mining operations are

conducted on approximately 317,000 acres of property located within the Southern Water Use

Caution Area in Hillsborough, Polk, Hardee, Manatee, and DeSoto Counties. The total

combined permitted Annual Average Daily quantities are reduced from approximately

99.9 million gallons per day (mgd) to 69.6 mgd, a reduction of approximately 30%. The total

combined permitted Peak Month Daily quantities are reduced from approximately 128.0 mgd to

87.0 mgd, a reduction of approximately 32%. The Annual Average Daily quantity of 69.6 mgd is

based upon a calculated 2-in-10 annual rainfall event of 44.5 inches/year. Long-term average

use over the 20-year permit term is anticipated to be no more than 55.2 mgd.

Special Conditions include those that require the Permittee to record and report monthly meter

readings from existing and proposed withdrawal points; allow for pumpage distribution flexibility

for withdrawals and facilities; submit annual mine plans; investigate water resource complaints;

submit 10-year water conservation and alternative source reports; conduct feasibility studies for

Ona and DeSoto mines for material transport water reduction; modify the permit to reflect

incorporation of any new alternative water sources; comply with the Southern Water Use

Caution Area recovery strategy; and implement the approved Environmental Management Plan.

The permit application meets all Conditions for Issuance of Chapter

Administrative Code.

40D-2, Florida

This WUP application was originally scheduled to be considered at the February 28, 2012

Governing Board meeting; however, on February 23, 2012, the District received a petition for

administrative hearing from Nichols Ranch, LLC, Mims Properties Investments, LLC, Mims

Properties, LLC, and Mims Hammocks, LLC (Petitioners) regarding the application. The petition

for administrative hearing was referred to the Division of Administrative Hearings (DOAH) on

March 16, 2012. A formal administrative hearing was scheduled for February 25-28, 2013.

Prior to the administrative hearing a settlement was reached between Mosaic and the

Petitioners. The Petitioners then filed a Notice of Voluntary Dismissal at DOAH on

September 14, 2012. On the same day, DOAH issued an order cancelling the administrative

hearing, closing the file, and relinquishing jurisdiction over the application back to the District.

Accordingly, the WUP application is now before the Governing Board for consideration.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibit

Approve the proposed permit included in the Board’s meeting materials as an exhibit.

Presenter:

Brian S. Starford, P.G., Assistant Director Regulation

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The Permittee is responsible for submitting an application to renew this permit no sooner than one year

prior to the expiration date, and no later than the end of the last business day before the expiration date,

whether or not the Permittee receives prior notification by mail. Failure to submit a renewal application

prior to the expiration date and continuing to withdraw water after the expiration date is a violation of

Chapter 373, Florida Statutes, and Chapter 40D-2, Florida Administrative Code, and may result in a

monetary penalty and/or loss of the right to use the water. Issuance of a renewal of this permit is

contingent upon District approval.



Renewal

Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC

13830 Circa Crossing Drive

Lithia, Florida 33547






Integrated Water Use Permit (IWUP)

SOUTHERN WATER USE CAUTION AREA

Polk, Hardee, DeSoto, Hillsborough and Manatee




ANNUAL AVERAGE 1

69,600,000 gpd

PEAK MONTH 2

1.

2.

Annual Average: Average daily use during a one-year period, expressed in gpd.

Peak Month: Average daily use during the highest water use month, expressed in gpd

87,000,000 gpd




This is a renewal with modification to reduce total permitted quantities and combine seven of Mosaic’s existing

Water Use Permits (WUPs) into a single Integrated WUP (IWUP) for the purposes of phosphate rock mining and

fertilizer manufacturing. The total combined permitted Annual Average quantities are reduced from approximately

99.9 million gallons per day (MGD) to 69.6 MGD (a reduction of approximately 30.3 MGD, or 30%), and total

combined permitted Peak Month daily quantities are reduced from approximately 128.0 MGD to 87.0 MGD (a

reduction of approximately 41.0 MGD, or 32%). The Annual Average daily quantity of 69.6 MGD is based upon a

calculated 2-in-10 annual rainfall event (44.5 inches/year). Long-term average use over the 20-year permit term

(i.e. 20-year average use) is anticipated to be no more than 55.2 MGD.

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The existing WUPs being combined as one under this IWUP No. 20011400.025 (Mosaic Phosphates) are uses

already included in WUP 20011400.024 (Four Corners, New Wales, Ona), and WUP Nos. 20000029.012

(Hooker’s Prairie), 20001539.008 (Green Bay), 20002224.007 (Bartow), 20002297.012 (South Ft. Meade),

20003195.005 (Mulberry), and 20003740.007 (Wingate Creek). These operations are conducted on

approximately 317,000 acres of property located within the Southern Water Use Caution Area in Hillsborough,

Polk, Hardee, Manatee and DeSoto Counties.

Special Conditions include those that require the Permittee to record and report monthly meter readings from

existing and proposed withdrawal points; allow for pumpage distribution flexibility for withdrawals and facilities;

comply with well construction stipulations for proposed wells; submit caliper/video logs; install and maintain rain

gauges; proper abandonment of wells; submit annual mine plan; install longer term monitoring wells; investigate

water resource complaints; submit 10-year compliance, water conservation, and alternative source reports;

conduct feasibility studies for Ona and DeSoto mines for material transport water reduction; modify the permit to

reflect incorporation of any new alternative water sources; comply with the Southern Water Use Caution Area

recovery strategy; comply with rolling 12-month average pumpage; cap all wells not in use; maintain a water

conservation plan and submit status update reports; and implement the approved Environmental Management

Plan.



1







Mining or Dewatering 44,600,000 55,750,000


Industrial or Commercial 25,000,000 31,250,000

1 The quantities identified in the Water Use Table for Mining or Dewatering and for Industrial or Commercial uses

are estimates of water use between mine and concentrate facilities and are not intended to specify the authorized

quantities for each use type.



Mining or Dewatering - Phosphate Ore Processing

Industrial or Commercial - Concentrate Processing

Industrial Other Uses

Personal Sanitary Uses






Water from authorized withdrawal points are restricted to the quantities on the table attached hereto and incorporated

herein by reference as Exhibit "C".





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Total water use for the individual facilities identified is restricted to the quantities given below: 1


1


Bartow Concentrates 5.7 7.1

Green Bay Concentrates 3.0 3.7

Mulberry Concentrates 1.5 1.8

New Wales Concentrates 11.2 14.0

Nichols Concentrates 2.5 3.1

South Pierce Concentrates 5.9 7.3

Four Corners Mining 20.0 25.0

Hookers Prairie Mining 5.8 7.2

Hopewell Mining 0.5 0.6

Ona Mining 15.0 18.7

DeSoto 2 Mining 10.7 13.3

South Ft. Meade Mining 15.4 19.2

Wingate Mining 5.8 7.3

Individual facility limits total to greater than the total authorized quantities. However, all withdrawals must

comply with both the specified facility limitations shown in this table and the total authorized permit

quantities.


2

Quantities allocated for the DeSoto facility will be provided from withdrawal points located at the Ft. Green

facility.






Authorized withdrawal point locations are identified on the table attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference as

Exhibit "C".





The Permittee shall comply with the Standard Conditions attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference as Exhibit

"A".







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1.

All reports and data required by condition(s) of the permit shall be submitted to the District at the address

referenced below according to the due date(s) contained in the specific condition. If the condition specifies that a

District-supplied form is to be used, the Permittee should use that form in order for their submission to be

acknowledged in a timely manner. The only alternative to this requirement is to use the District Permit

Information Center (www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/permits/) to submit data, plans or reports online. There are

instructions at the District website on how to register to set up an account to do so. If the report or data is

received on or before the tenth day of the month following data collection, it shall be deemed as a timely

submittal.

All mailed reports and data are to be sent to:

Southwest Florida Water Management District

Water Use Permit Bureau, Tampa Service Office

7601 US Highway 301

Tampa, Florida 33637

Submission of plans and reports: Unless submitted online or otherwise indicated in the special condition, the

original and two copies of each plan and report, such as conservation plans, environmental analyses, aquifer test

results, per capita annual reports, etc. are required.

Submission of data: Unless otherwise indicated in the special condition, an original (no copies) is required for

data submittals such as crop report forms, meter readings and/or pumpage, rainfall, water level

evapotranspiration, or water quality data.


2.

The Annual Average and Peak Month daily quantities for the withdrawal points shown in the Withdrawal Point

Quantity/Metering/Proposed Well Construction Table (Exhibit “C”) are estimates based on historic and/or

projected distribution of pumpage, and are for water use inventory and impact analysis purposes only. The

quantities listed for these individual sources are not intended to dictate the distribution of pumpage from permitted

sources. The Permittee may make adjustments in pumpage distribution as necessary so long as adverse impacts

do not result and the Permittee complies with all other conditions of this Permit. In all cases, the combined

withdrawals from all withdrawal points contained within this permit shall not exceed the total permitted Annual

Average daily withdrawal (69.6 MGD) or the total permitted Peak Month daily withdrawal (87.0 MGD) quantities.


3.


The Annual Average and Peak Month daily quantities for the facilities shown in the Facility Quantity Table are

estimates based on historic and/or projected distribution of pumpage, and are for water use inventory and impact

analysis purposes only. The Permittee may make adjustments in pumpage distribution among facilities up to the

quantities shown in the Facility Quantity Table so long as adverse impacts do not result and the Permittee

complies with all other conditions of this Permit. In all cases, the combined withdrawals from all facilities

contained within this permit shall not exceed the total permitted Annual Average daily withdrawal (69.6 MGD) or

the total permitted Peak Month daily withdrawal (87.0 MGD) quantities.


4.



The proposed withdrawal facilities listed in Exhibit "C", attached hereto and incorporated herein shall be metered

within 90 days of completion of construction of the facilities. Meter reading and reporting, as well as meter

accuracy checks every five years shall be in accordance with instructions in Exhibit “B”, Metering Instructions,

attached hereto and made part of this permit.


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5.

The existing withdrawal facilities listed in Exhibit "C", attached hereto and incorporated herein shall continue to be

maintained and operated with existing, non-resettable, totalizing flow meter(s) or other measuring device(s) as

approved by the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief. Meter reading and reporting, as well as meter accuracy checks

every five years, shall be in accordance with instructions in Exhibit “B”.

6.

Any wells not in use and in which pumping equipment is not installed shall be capped or valved in a water-tight

manner in accordance with Chapter 62-532.500(3)(a)4, F.A.C.

7.

If the Permittee removes a pump assembly for maintenance or replacement within the term of this permit, and

well construction characteristics are not documented for that well, the Permittee shall geophysically (caliper) or

video log the well. The District will not require the Permittee to remove the well assembly for the single purpose of

logging the well.

The geophysical or video log must clearly show the diameter and total depth of each well, and the casing depth

and casing continuity in each well. If a video log is made of the well, it shall clearly show the WUP number,

Permittee name, and well identification number on the tape itself. One copy of the log shall be submitted to the

District within 30 days of the logging event. Upon sufficient notice (approximately two to three weeks), the District

can caliper log the well(s) at no cost to the Permittee; however, the Permittee shall remove the pump assembly at

their own cost and prior to the arrival of the District logging vehicle on location.

Until such time as the logging is performed, the District shall continue to assess withdrawal impacts, and credit

existing use per aquifer based on the assumption that multiple aquifers are open in the well bore. If an analysis of

the log with respect to geology or hydrogeology is made, the report must be signed and sealed by a Professional

Geologist / Engineer who is registered and in good standing with the Florida Department of Professional

Regulation.

8.

The Permittee shall construct the proposed wells according to the surface diameter and casing depth

specifications in the Withdrawal Point Quantity/Metering/Proposed Well Construction Table ( Exhibit "C") attached

to and made part of this permit. The casing shall be continuous from land surface to the minimum depth stated

and is specified to prevent the unauthorized interchange of water between different water bearing zones. If a total

depth is listed it is an estimate, based on best available information, of the depth at which high producing zones

are encountered. However, it is the Permittee's responsibility to have the water in the well sampled during well

construction, before reaching the estimated total depth. Such sampling is necessary to ensure that the well does

not encounter water quality that cannot be utilized by the Permittee, and to ensure that withdrawals from the well

will not cause saltwater intrusion. All depths given are in feet below land surface. For Well Construction

requirements see Exhibit "B" (Well Construction Instructions) and Exhibit "C" (Proposed Well Construction

Specifications), attached to and made part of this permit.


9.


The Permittee is hereby authorized to install and operate new dewatering, sealing water, and mitigation wells

without modification of this Water Use Permit provided that the total quantities permitted are not exceeded, and

provided that Permittee complies with the following procedures. The Permittee shall obtain a Well Construction

Permit (WCP) from the District prior to construction of any wells.

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A.


The permittee is hereby authorized to construct and utilize Surficial Aquifer System (SAS) dewatering

wells as necessary to effectively accomplish dewatering. Dewatering wells are temporary features that

are eliminated (properly abandoned or mined through) after effective dewatering is accomplished in

preparation for mining. Mine Activities [as that term is defined in the Environmental Management Plan

(EMP), attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit “E”] associated with dewatering wells within

the applicable Mandatory Mitigation Distance shall be undertaken as specified in the EMP.

Dewatering wells used for direct mitigation of wetlands or direct SAS injection shall be metered. Meter

reading and reporting shall be in accordance with instructions in Exhibit “B”, Metering Instructions.

B.


The permittee is hereby authorized to construct and utilize sealing water wells as necessary to transport

sand tailings and matrix between the mine pit and the beneficiation plant. Consistent with Special

Condition No. 23, and after obtaining a WCP the permittee is authorized to construct and utilize sealing

water wells for this purpose. Proposed sealing water wells will exclusively withdraw from the Upper

Floridan Aquifer.

Sealing water wells shall be properly abandoned within 365 days of completion of all necessary sealing

water activities. Should the permittee identify that a particular sealing water well may have another future

beneficial use, and thus warrant being maintained, the Permittee shall notify the District, specify the

reason, and request that the well not be required to be abandoned. Such wells shall be properly capped

in a water-tight manner until such future use is needed. Prior to any reactivation the Permittee shall notify

the District of intended use, quantity, and duration. All sealing water wells that are to be properly

abandoned, or to be converted to inactive/capped status for future use, shall be identifed in accordance

with the Annual Mine Plan submittal.

C.

As specified in the EMP, mitigation wells shall be used only in the event that the available quantity of

“lower quality water” and/or “alternative water supplies” in the vicinity of the subject area is insufficient to

timely accomplish the intended mitigation in an environmentally, technically, and economically feasible

manner. In the case of direct SAS recharge mitigation wells, water will be obtained from nearby surficial

dewatering wells where feasible. Otherwise, all mitigation wells will withdraw exclusively from the Upper

Floridan Aquifer.

Prior to submitting a WCP application for any mitigation well, the Permittee shall submit a written

notification of intent to construct the well(s) to the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief. Should the District

require more information, or desire to include pertinent stipulations with the authorization to construct the

well(s), the District shall repond in writing to the Permittee regarding such notifications within no more

than 20 days of receipt. Should a written response not be received from the District within the 20 day

timeframe, the Permittee is hereby authorized to submit a WCP application to construct and utilize the

well(s) in a manner consistent with the EMP.

Mitigation wells shall be properly abandoned within 365 days of completion of water table mitigation

activities. Should the permittee identify that a particular retired mitigation well may have some other future

beneficial use, and thus warrant being maintained, the Permittee shall notify the District of this

determination in writing. Such wells shall be properly capped in a water-tight manner until such future use

is needed. Prior to any reactivation the Permittee shall notify the District of intended use, quantity, and

duration. All Mitigation wells that are to be properly abandoned, or to be converted to inactive/capped

status for future use, shall be identified in accordance with the Annual Mine Plan submittal.

D.



The following information shall be submitted to the Water Use Permit Bureau for each new sealing water

and mitigation well within 60 days of construction:

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1. District ID No. and Permittee ID No.;

2. Estimated annual average daily and peak month quantities;

3. Latitude and longitude;

4. Well(s) shall be located on a legible map which clearly identifies the well location(s). Acceptable

maps include a GIS-generated or aerial map, United States Geological Survey quad map, or copy

of same with a reference to the nearest property boundaries; Well completion report copy; and

5. Pump capacity in gallons per minute.

E.

All sealing water and mitigation wells shall be required to have the flow monitored by a flow meter or other

monitoring device approved by the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief. Total flow from each sealing water

and mitigation well in use shall be recorded on a monthly basis and submitted by the 10 th day of the

following month to the Water Use Permit Bureau (using District forms).


10.


The Permittee shall maintain the monitor well(s) / piezometer(s) and staff gauges listed as “Existing” in the Water

Level Monitoring – Monitor Wells/Piezometers and Staff Gauges Table attached hereto and incorporated herein

as Exhibit "D", measure water levels using either a continuous or manual recorder, and report them to the District

at the frequency listed in the EMP. Water levels shall be recorded relative to the appropriate vertical datum, and

to the maximum extent possible, recorded on a regular schedule as identified in the EMP. The readings shall be

reported online via the WUP Portal at the District website (www.watermatters.org) or emailed to the Water Use

Permit Bureau on or before July 15 th and November 15 th for semi-annual reports (per EMP Section 10.0), and the

tenth day of the month following data collection for monthly reports. The frequency of recording may be modified

by the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief as necessary to ensure the protection of the resource.

11.


Piezometers shall be properly constructed with sufficient surface casing diameter, depth, slotted casing/screen

interval, and sand filter pack to ensure that SAS water levels can be accurately measured. Piezometer casing

materials shall be resistant to degradation due to interaction with groundwater and shall extend at least 18 inches

above land surface. Piezometer tips / ends are to be drilled or slotted so as to eliminate pooling in the

piezometers, resulting in a false reading. Within 30 days of completion, piezometer locations shall be submitted

on a location map which includes the DID numbers. A table indicating the well construction permit number, well

diameter, total depth, and slotted interval for each well shall also be provided.

Within 90 days of completion of the new monitor well(s) / piezometer(s) and staff gauges listed as "Proposed" in

the Water Level Monitoring – Monitor Wells/Piezometers and Staff Gauges (Exhibit "D"), the Permittee shall

record water levels using either a continuous or manual recorder and report them to the District. All data reported

shall be accompanied by the appropriate vertical datum, at the frequency listed in Water Level Monitoring –

Monitor Wells/Piezometers and Staff Gauges Table (Exhibit “D”). To the maximum extent possible, water levels

shall be recorded on a regular schedule: same time each day, same day each week, same week each month as

appropriate to the frequency noted. The readings shall be reported as described in Special Condition 10 above.

The frequency of recording may be modified by the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief, as necessary to ensure the

protection of the resource.


12.

By June 1, 2013, the Permittee shall design and install a limited network of Surficial Aquifer System (SAS) longterm

monitoring wells at all future mine areas where a complete SAS monitoring network has not been installed.

These long-term monitoring wells shall be strategically located so as to provide spatially limited, but

representative SAS data to generally characterize long-term (greater than four years) seasonal water table

fluctuation patterns and ranges within each mine area. Monitoring data obtained from this long-term monitoring

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network may be used in interpreting the Baseline Data Set, as defined in the EMP, or a SAS dataset of less than

four years, if necessary. Water level data from the long-term monitoring wells shall be recorded at least monthly

and the water level data and locations included in the Annual Report required in Section 10.0 of the EMP.


13.

By June 1, 2012, the Permittee shall install and maintain continuous recording rain gauges in the areas around

Payne Creek, Hardee Station No. 1, South East Hillsborough No. 2, Wingate Creek No. 1, and Pine Level 002.

These gauges are referred to as District ID No(s). 4000, 4001, 4002, 4003 and 4004 [Permittee ID No(s). RG 2,

RG 4, RG 8, RG 38, and RG 62, respectively]. Total daily rainfall shall be recorded at these stations in inches to

one-hundredth of an inch and submitted to the District online www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/permits/epermitting/or on

District forms on or before the 10 th day of the month following data collection. The reporting period for these data

shall begin on the first day of each month and end on the last day of each month.

14.

Prior to conducting Mine Activities that could potentially impact a well, any wells located within the area shall be

properly abandoned (plugged) by a licensed water well contractor in accordance with Chapter 62-532.500(4),

F.A.C., under a Well Abandonment Permit issued by the District or any local government that has been delegated

authority to implement this program by the District. Dewatering wells shall either be mined through or properly

abandoned.

15.

A.

The Permittee shall submit an Annual Mine Plan by June 1, 2013, and every year thereafter for all areas of

Mine Activities, as that term is defined in the EMP. The Permittee shall undertake the Mine Activities in

accordance with the plan, and other documentation, submitted in support of this permit and as approved by

the District. Prior to any subsequent substantive deviation from an approved mine plan, the Permittee shall

provide a revised plan to the Water Use Permit Bureau. Substantive deviation is defined as:

1. Change in future mining area;

2. Change in an approved Mandatory Mitigation Distance (MMD) (as defined in the EMP); and,

3. Addition of a preservation area or deletion/mining of a previously preserved area.

Each plan shall include a map(s) with the following information clearly identified:

1. Areas to be mined or dewatered within the following twelve (12) month period as well as those mined in

the preceding 12 month period. An estimated timetable for construction and operation of each mining and

dewatering cut/cell shall be included.

2. The MMD to be maintained.

3. Additions or deletions of outparcels. Additional outparcels must be labeled and the names and addresses

of the property owners must be referenced for each outparcel.

4. All wells within areas to be mined and their future disposition.

5. Wetlands required to be preserved, including those wetlands created for mitigation, and any on-site

wetlands that will not be mined.



B.

No earlier than six months prior to June 1, 2022, the Permittee shall submit a projected mine plan for years 11

through 20 of the permit. Documentation shall include the following:

1. Areas to be mined or dewatered each year including mining depths and depth of overburden and matrix;

2. The MMD to be maintained; and

3. Wetlands/streams required to be preserved.



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16.


The Permittee shall implement and comply with the provisions of the Environmental Management Plan (EMP),

dated January 25, 2012, and any updates to the EMP subsequently approved by the District, throughout the

duration of the permit. The EMP is attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit "E".


17.

In accordance with a Site Specific Drawdown Mitigation Plan (as that term is defined in the EMP), the Permittee

shall install and maintain staff gauges in each water table maintenance ditch, and each shall be maintained

throughout the duration of Mine Activities. Staff gauges shall be installed at appropriate locations along the entire

length of the ditch to account for changes in elevation. At a minimum, staff gauges shall be installed at the

upstream and downstream reaches of the ditch. The inverts of each reach of the ditch shall be surveyed to

ensure that water levels in each reach of the ditch are at the appropriate elevation. The staff gauge(s) shall be

scaled in one-tenth foot increments and shall be sized and placed so as to be clearly visible from an easily

accessible point of land. The staff gauge(s) shall be surveyed and referenced to the appropriate vertical datum,

and a copy of the survey indicating the datum reference shall be submitted within 30 days of District request. The

Permittee shall maintain staff gauge locations (Latitude and Longitude) until the ditch is removed following

approved termination of monitoring of the adjacent water table. Water levels shall be recorded weekly and the

data shall be maintained by the Permittee for a minimum of three years, and provided upon District request.

Where continuous recorders are utilized, the average of the 24-hour values for each day shall be calculated, and

only the average value for each day and the time of day shall be reported (if requested) to the District. The

frequency of recording may be modified by the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief, as necessary.


18.

The Permittee shall initiate an investigation concerning water resource complaints related to Mine Activities (as

defined in the EMP) to determine if such impacts are causally related to the Permittee’s activities regulated under

this permit. Complaints requiring investigation include: ground and/or surface water quality; ground or surface

water sources, levels, flows, and existing legal uses; and offsite land uses. Instructions for the complaint handling

and possible mitigation procedure are given in (Exhibit "B") (Water Resource Complaint Instructions).

Compliance with the MMD does not preclude the Permittee from being required to investigate complaints and

does not, in and of itself, provide assurance that the Permittee did not cause adverse impacts.

19.

The Permittee shall immediately implement the District-approved water conservation plan entitled “Water

Conservation Plan – Mosaic Florida Facilities” included in the information submitted to the District in support of

the application for this permit on September 20, 2011. Progress reports on the implementation of water

conservation practices indicated as proposed in the plan as well as achievements in water savings that have been

realized from each water conservation practice shall be submitted as described below.

(AWCPR)

Beginning June 1, 2013, and on an annual basis thereafter, the Permittee shall submit an AWCPR. The first

year report shall include additional details regarding anticipated implementation dates for proposed new water

conservation measures included in document entitled “Water Conservation Plan – Mosaic Florida Facilities”

included as Appendix D in the information submitted to the District on September 20, 2011. The AWCPR

shall:

1. Report on any progress made in implementing the Permittee’s Water Conservation Plan.

2. Propose any updates or modifications to the Permittee’s Water Conservation Plan.

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3. Address any other demand management or water conservation practices that are in development

or being implemented by the Permittee.

4. Address the Permittee’s practices to utilize recirculation water preferentially over groundwater

withdrawals in the Permittee’s mineral and concentrates projects encompassed by this Permit.

5. The Permittee shall, as part of its AWCPR submission, include an economic, technical, and

environmental feasibility analysis of potential options for reducing groundwater consumption.

These options may include:

a. Potential alternatives to transporting matrix without the use of groundwater, or otherwise

reducing water demands associated with transporting matrix;

b. Potential demand management opportunities associated with reducing the consumption

of Upper Floridan Aquifer groundwater for dilution of discharge water from Gypsum

Stacks during closure;

c. The use of reclaimed water as a water source. The report shall contain an analysis of

reclaimed water sources for the area, including the relative location of these sources to

the Permittee's property, the quantity of reclaimed water available, the quality of the

reclaimed water, the quality of reclaimed water required by Mosaic, the costs required to

treat or blend the available water to that quality, the projected date(s) of availability, costs

associated with obtaining the reclaimed water, and an implementation schedule for

reuse, if feasible. If the use of a reclaimed water source is determined to be feasible,

within 24 months of initial receipt of reclaimed water the Permittee shall submit an

application to modify this water use permit to include reclaimed water as a source of

water. The modification application shall propose placing groundwater quantities on

standby in an amount equal to the documented reliable amount of reclaimed water to be

received. The standby groundwater quantities can be used in the event that some or all

of the alternative source are not available



By June 1, 2022, the Permittee shall provide a comprehensive 10-year report regarding water

conservation initiatives implemented to date and those proposed for the forthcoming final ten years of this

permit. The report shall provide an overview of efforts to implement enhanced water conservation and

increased use of Alternative Water Supplies during the first ten years of this permit, and document the

results of these efforts in reducing reliance upon the Upper Floridan Aquifer as a water source. The

report shall assess the 10-year average water use to date and the expected average water use for the

remaining term of the permit, in relation to the anticipated 20-year average of 55.2 MGD.


20.

No earlier than six months prior to June 1, 2022, the Permittee shall submit a compliance report. At a minimum,

the compliance report shall contain sufficient data to maintain reasonable assurance that the initial conditions for

permit issuance set forth in Chapter 40D-2 and the Basis of Review for Water Use Permits are met for the

remaining duration of the permit. The compliance report shall include data relevant to the following factors, as

developed under the conditions of this permit during the initial ten years hereof, or data otherwise available from

reliable public sources.

Documentation that continued use of the withdrawal quantities authorized under

this permit will not cause quantity or quality changes that adversely impact the water resources, including both

surface and ground waters.

Documentation that use of the permitted withdrawal quantities is efficient and that the permittee

is implementing reasonable and feasible water conservation measures.




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Documentation that the continued use of the withdrawal quantities

authorized under this permit will not adversely impact existing legal withdrawals.


Documentation that the continued use of the withdrawal quantities authorized

under this permit will not adversely impact springs and surface waters, or water bodies for which minimum flows

and levels have been established under Chapters 40D-8 and 40D-80, F.A.C.

Documentation that the continued use of the withdrawal quantities authorized under this

permit will not significantly induce saline water intrusion.

Information demonstrating that the lowest quality source of water (reclaimed

water or other alternative water source) is being used in order to reduce withdrawals from the Upper Floridan

Aquifer.


21.


To the degree economically, technically, and environmentally feasible, the Permittee shall use alternative water

supplies preferentially over groundwater in all phases of the mining operation.


22.


This Permit is located within the Southern Water Use Caution Area (SWUCA). Pursuant to Section 373.0421,

Florida Statutes, the SWUCA is subject to a minimum flows and levels recovery strategy, which became effective

on January 1, 2007. The Governing Board may amend the recovery strategy, including amending applicable

water use permitting rules based on an annual assessment of water resource criteria, cumulative water

withdrawal impacts, and on a recurring five-year evaluation of the status of the recovery strategy up to the year

2025 as described in Chapter 40D-80, Florida Administrative Code. This Permit is subject to modification to

comply with new rules.

23.

As part of its AWCPR, the Permittee shall provide two studies, subject to District approval, identifying all

economically, technically, and environmentally feasible options Mosaic will implement in the design of the Ona

and DeSoto mine material transport networks in such a manner as to reduce or eliminate the need for using

sealing water wells. The report shall include:

1. Designing the mine recirculation system and material transport network (survey line) in such a manner that

water from the recirculation network is the sealing water source for the transport network.

2. Using alternative water supplies (including water from Flatford Swamp) as a water source.

3. Piping mine recirculation water from other mine facilities.

A. The feasibility study for the Ona mine shall be submitted on June 1, 2015.

B. The feasibility study for the DeSoto mine shall be submitted on June 1, 2020.

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Unless specified otherwise, time extensions to condition deadlines may be granted for good

cause shown, upon written request to the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief, provided that

the request is made prior to the deadline, the Permittee has demonstrated a good faith effort in meeting the

deadline set forth in the condition, and a reasonable modified deadline is proposed by the Permittee.

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25. Water quality samples from the withdrawal points listed below shall be collected after pumping the withdrawal

point at its normal rate for a pumping time specified below, or to a constant temperature, pH, and conductivity.

The frequency of sampling per water quality parameter is listed in the table according to the withdrawal point. The

recording and reporting shall begin according to the first sample date for existing wells and shall begin within 90

days of completion of any proposed wells. Samples shall be collected whether or not the well is being used

unless infeasible. If sampling is infeasible, the Permittee shall indicate the reason for not sampling on the water

quality data form or in the space for comments in the WUP Portal for data submissions. For sampling, analysis

and submittal requirements see Exhibit B, Water Quality Sampling Instructions, attached to and made part of this

permit.








2, 4, 12, 46 10 Sulfates,Total (Feb, May, Aug, Nov.)

Dissolved Solids,

Chlorides

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40D-2

Exhibit "A"



1. If any of the statements in the application and in the supporting data are found to be untrue and inaccurate, or if

the Permittee fails to comply with all of the provisions of Chapter 373, F.S., Chapter 40D, F.A.C., or the conditions

set forth herein, the Governing Board shall revoke this permit in accordance with Rule 40D-2.341, F.A.C.,

following notice and hearing.

2. This permit is issued based on information provided by the Permittee demonstrating that the use of water is

reasonable and beneficial, consistent with the public interest, and will not interfere with any existing legal use of

water. If, during the term of the permit, it is determined by the District that the use is not reasonable and

beneficial, in the public interest, or does impact an existing legal use of water, the Governing Board shall modify

this permit or shall revoke this permit following notice and hearing.

3. The Permittee shall not deviate from any of the terms or conditions of this permit without written approval by the

District.

4. In the event the District declares that a Water Shortage exists pursuant to Chapter 40D-21, F.A.C., the District

shall alter, modify, or declare inactive all or parts of this permit as necessary to address the water shortage.

5. The District shall collect water samples from any withdrawal point listed in the permit or shall require the Permittee

to submit water samples when the District determines there is a potential for adverse impacts to water quality.

6. The Permittee shall provide access to an authorized District representative to enter the property at any

reasonable time to inspect the facility and make environmental or hydrologic assessments. The Permittee shall

either accompany District staff onto the property or make provision for access onto the property.

7. Issuance of this permit does not exempt the Permittee from any other District permitting requirements.

8. The Permittee shall cease or reduce surface water withdrawal as directed by the District if water levels in lakes

fall below the applicable minimum water level established in Chapter 40D-8, F.A.C., or rates of flow in streams fall

below the minimum levels established in Chapter 40D-8, F.A.C.

9. The Permittee shall cease or reduce withdrawal as directed by the District if water levels in aquifers fall below the

minimum levels established by the Governing Board.

10. The Permittee shall practice water conservation to increase the efficiency of transport, application, and use, as

well as to decrease waste and to minimize runoff from the property. At such time as the Governing Board adopts

specific conservation requirements for the Permittee's water use classification, this permit shall be subject to

those requirements upon notice and after a reasonable period for compliance.

11. The District may establish special regulations for Water Use Caution Areas. At such time as the Governing Board

adopts such provisions, this permit shall be subject to them upon notice and after a reasonable period for

compliance.

12. The Permittee shall mitigate any adverse impact to existing legal uses caused by withdrawals. When adverse

impacts occur or are imminent, the District shall require the Permittee to mitigate the impacts. Adverse impacts

include the following:

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A. A reduction in water levels which impairs the ability of the well to produce water;

B. Significant reduction in levels or flows in water bodies such as lakes, impoundments, wetlands, springs,

streams or other watercourses; or

C. Significant inducement of natural or manmade contaminants into a water supply or into a usable portion

of any aquifer water body.

13. The Permittee shall mitigate any adverse impact to environmental features or offsite land uses as a result of

withdrawals. When adverse impacts occur or are imminent, the District shall require the Permittee to mitigate the

impacts. Adverse impacts include:

A. Significant reduction in levels or flows in water bodies such as lakes, impoundments, wetlands, springs,

streams or other watercourses;

B. Sinkholes or subsidence caused by reduction in water levels;

C. Damage to crops and other vegetation causing financial harm to the owner; and

D. Damage to the habitat of endangered or threatened species.

14. When necessary to analyze impacts to the water resource or existing users, the District shall require the

Permittee to install flow metering or other measuring devices to record withdrawal quantities and submit the data

to the District.

15. A District identification tag shall be prominently displayed at each withdrawal point that is required by the District

to be metered or for which withdrawal quantities are required to be reported to the District, by permanently affixing

the tag to the withdrawal facility.

16. Notwithstanding the provisions of Rule 40D-1.6105, F.A.C., persons who wish to continue the water use

permitted herein and who have acquired ownership or legal control of permitted water withdrawal facilities or the

land on which the facilities are located must apply to transfer the permit to themselves within 45 days of acquiring

ownership or legal control of the water withdrawal facilities or the land.

17. All permits issued pursuant to these Rules are contingent upon continued ownership or legal control of all

property on which pumps, wells, diversions or other water withdrawal facilities are located.

18. Within the Southern Water Use Caution Area, if the District determines that significant water quantity or quality

changes, impacts to existing legal uses, or adverse environmental impacts are occurring, the Board, upon

reasonable notice to the permittee, including a statement of facts upon which the District based its determination,

may reconsider the quantities permitted or other conditions of the permit as appropriate to address the change or

impact but only after an opportunity for the permittee to resolve or mitigate the change or impact or to request a

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METERING INSTRUCTIONS

The Permittee shall meter withdrawals from surface waters and/or the ground water resources, and meter readings from

each withdrawal facility shall be recorded on a monthly basis within the last week of the month. The meter reading(s) shall

be reported to the Water Use Permit Bureau on or before the tenth day of the following month. The Permittee shall submit

meter readings online using the Permit Information Center at www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/permits/epermitting/ or on Districtsupplied

scanning forms unless another arrangement for submission of this data has been approved by the District.

Submission of such data by any other unauthorized form or mechanism may result in loss of data and subsequent

delinquency notifications. Call the Water Use Permit Bureau in the Tampa Office at 813-985-7481 if difficulty is

encountered.

The meters shall adhere to the following descriptions and shall be installed or maintained as follows:

1. The meter(s) shall be non-resettable; totalizing flow meter(s) that have a totalizer of sufficient magnitude to retain

total gallon data for a minimum of the three highest consecutive months permitted quantities. If other measuring

device(s) are proposed, prior to installation, approval shall be obtained in writing from the Water Use Permit

Bureau Chief.

2. The Permittee shall report non-use on all metered standby withdrawal facilities on the scanning form or approved

alternative reporting method.

3. If a metered withdrawal facility is not used during any given month, the meter report shall be submitted to the

District indicating the same meter reading as was submitted the previous month.

4. The flow meter(s) or other approved device(s) shall have and maintain accuracy within five percent of the actual

flow as installed.

5. Meter accuracy testing requirements:

A. For newly metered withdrawal points, the flow meter installation shall be designed for inline field access

for meter accuracy testing.

B. The meter shall be tested for accuracy on-site, as installed according to the Flow Meter Accuracy Test

Instructions in this Exhibit B, every five years in the assigned month for the county, beginning from the

date of its installation for new meters or from the date of initial issuance of this permit containing the

metering condition with an accuracy test requirement for existing meters.

C. The testing frequency will be decreased if the Permittee demonstrates to the satisfaction of the District

that a longer period of time for testing is warranted.

D. The test will be accepted by the District only if performed by a person knowledgeable in the testing

equipment used.

E. If the actual flow is found to be greater than 5% different from the measured flow, within 30 days, the

Permittee shall have the meter re-calibrated, repaired, or replaced, whichever is necessary.

Documentation of the test and a certificate of re-calibration, if applicable, shall be submitted within 30

days of each test or re-calibration.

6. The meter shall be installed according to the manufacturer’s instructions for achieving accurate flow to the

specifications above, or it shall be installed in a straight length of pipe where there is at least an upstream length

equal to ten (10) times the outside pipe diameter and a downstream length equal to two (2) times the outside pipe

diameter. Where there is not at least a length of ten diameters upstream available, flow straightening vanes shall

be used in the upstream line.

7. Broken or malfunctioning meter:

A. If the meter or other flow measuring device malfunctions or breaks, the Permittee shall notify the District

within 15 days of discovering the malfunction or breakage.

B. The meter must be replaced with a repaired or new meter, subject to the same specifications given

above, within 30 days of the discovery.

C. If the meter is removed from the withdrawal point for any other reason, it shall be replaced with another

meter having the same specifications given above, or the meter shall be reinstalled within 30 days of its

removal from the withdrawal. In either event, a fully functioning meter shall not be off the withdrawal point

for more than 60 consecutive days.

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8. While the meter is not functioning correctly, the Permittee shall keep track of the total amount of time the

withdrawal point was used for each month and multiply those minutes times the pump capacity (in gallons per

minute) for total gallons. The estimate of the number of gallons used each month during that period shall be

submitted on District scanning forms and noted as estimated per instructions on the form. If the data is submitted

by another approved method, the fact that it is estimated must be indicated. The reason for the necessity to

estimate pumpage shall be reported with the estimate.

9. In the event a new meter is installed to replace a broken meter, it and its installation shall meet the specifications

of this condition. The permittee shall notify the District of the replacement with the first submittal of meter readings

from the new meter.

FLOW METER ACCURACY TEST INSTRUCTIONS

1. - The Permittee is to schedule their accuracy test according to the following schedule:

A. For existing metered withdrawal points, add five years to the previous test year, and make the test in the month

assigned to your county.

B. For withdrawal points for which metering is added for the first time, the test is to be scheduled five years from the

issue year in the month assigned to your county.

C. For proposed withdrawal points, the test date is five years from the completion date of the withdrawal point in the

month assigned to your county.

D. For the Permittee’s convenience, if there are multiple due-years for meter accuracy testing because of the timing

of the installation and/or previous accuracy tests of meters, the Permittee can submit a request in writing to the

Water Use Permit Bureau for one specific year to be assigned as the due date year for meter testing. Permittees

with many meters to test may also request the tests to be grouped into one year or spread out evenly over two to

three years.

E. The months for accuracy testing of meters are assigned by county. The Permittee is requested but not required

to have their testing done in the month assigned to their county. This is to have sufficient District staff available

for assistance.

January Hillsborough

February Manatee, Pasco

March Polk (for odd numbered permits)*

April Polk (for even numbered permits)*

May Highlands

June Hardee, Charlotte

July None or Special Request

August None or Special Request

September DeSoto, Sarasota

October Citrus, Levy, Lake

November Hernando, Sumter, Marion

December Pinellas

* The permittee may request their multiple permits be tested in the same month.

2. : The Permittee shall test the accuracy of flow meters on permitted withdrawal points

as follows:

A. The equipment water temperature shall be set to 72 degrees Fahrenheit for ground water, and to the measured

water temperature for other water sources.

B. A minimum of two separate timed tests shall be performed for each meter. Each timed test shall consist of

measuring flow using the test meter and the installed meter for a minimum of four minutes duration. If the two

tests do not yield consistent results, additional tests shall be performed for a minimum of eight minutes or longer

per test until consistent results are obtained.

C. If the installed meter has a rate of flow, or large multiplier that does not allow for consistent results to be obtained

with four- or eight-minute tests, the duration of the test shall be increased as necessary to obtain accurate and

consistent results with respect to the type of flow meter installed.

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D. The results of two consistent tests shall be averaged, and the result will be considered the test result for the meter

being tested. This result shall be expressed as a plus or minus percent (rounded to the nearest one-tenth percent)

accuracy of the installed meter relative to the test meter. The percent accuracy indicates the deviation (if any), of

the meter being tested from the test meter.

3. The Permittees shall demonstrate that the results of the meter test(s) are accurate by

submitting the following information within 30 days of the test:

A. A completed Flow Meter Accuracy Verification Form, Form LEG-R.014.00 (07/08) for each flow meter tested.

This form can be obtained from the District’s website (www.watermatters.org) under “Permits and Rules” for

Water Use Permits.

B. A printout of data that was input into the test equipment if the test equipment is capable of creating such a

printout;

C. A statement attesting that the manufacturer of the test equipment, or an entity approved or authorized by the

manufacturer, has trained the operator to use the specific model test equipment used for testing;

D. The date of the test equipment’s most recent calibration that demonstrates that it was calibrated within the

previous twelve months, and the test lab's National Institute of Standards and Testing (N.I.S.T.) traceability

reference number.

E. A diagram showing the precise location on the pipe where the testing equipment was mounted shall be supplied

with the form. This diagram shall also show the pump, installed meter, the configuration (with all valves, tees,

elbows, and any other possible flow disturbing devices) that exists between the pump and the test location clearly

noted with measurements. If flow straightening vanes are utilized, their location(s) shall also be included in the

diagram.

F. A picture of the test location, including the pump, installed flow meter, and the measuring device, or for sites

where the picture does not include all of the items listed above, a picture of the test site with a notation of

distances to these items.

WATER QUALITY INSTRUCTIONS

The Permittee shall perform water quality sampling, analysis and reporting as follows:

1. The sampling method(s) from both monitor wells and surface water bodies shall be designed to collect water

samples that are chemically representative of the zone of the aquifer or the depth or area of the water body.

2. Water quality samples from monitor wells shall be taken after pumping the well for the minimum time specified (if

specified) or after the water reaches a constant temperature, pH, and conductivity.

3. The first submittal to the District shall include a copy of the laboratory’s analytical and chain of custody

procedures. If the laboratory used by the Permittee is changed, the first submittal of data analyzed at the new

laboratory shall include a copy of the laboratory’s analytical and chain of custody procedures.

4. Any variance in sampling and/or analytical methods shall have prior approval of the Water Use Permit Bureau

Chief.

5. The Permittee's sampling procedure shall follow the handling and chain of custody procedures designated by the

certified laboratory which will undertake the analysis.

6. Water quality samples shall be analyzed by a laboratory certified by the Florida Department of Health utilizing the

standards and methods applicable to the parameters analyzed and to the water use pursuant to Chapter 64E-1,

Florida Administrative Code, “Certification of Environmental Testing Laboratories.”

7. Analyses shall be performed according to procedures outlined in the current edition of Standard Methods for the

Examination of Water and Wastewater by the American Public Health Association-American Water Works

Association-Water Pollution Control Federation (APHA-AWWA-WPCF) or Methods for Chemical Analyses of

Water and Wastes by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

8. Unless other reporting arrangements have been approved by the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief, reports of the

analyses shall be submitted to the Water Use Permit Bureau, online at the District WUP Portal or mailed in

hardcopy on or before the tenth day of the following month. The online submittal shall include a scanned upload

of the original laboratory report. The hardcopy submittal shall be a copy of the laboratory’s analysis form. If for

some reason, a sample cannot be taken when required, the Permittee shall indicate so and give the reason in the

space for comments at the WUP Portal or shall submit the reason in writing on the regular due date.

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9. Water quality samples shall be collected based on the following timetable for the frequency listed in the special

condition:

10. The parameters and frequency of sampling and analysis may be modified by the District as necessary to ensure

the protection of the resource.

Frequency

Weekly Same day of each week

Quarterly

Semi-annually

Timetable

Monthly Same week of each month

Same week of

Same week of

WATER LEVEL INSTRUCTIONS

The staff gauge(s) shall be surveyed according to instructions given on the District website and referenced to the

appropriate vertical datum, and a copy of the survey indicating the datum reference shall be submitted with the first water

level data report. The staff gauge(s) shall be scaled in one-tenth foot increments and shall be sized and placed so as to

be clearly visible from an easily accessible point of land. Water levels shall be recorded on a frequency as indicated in

the table provided in the special condition and reported to the Water Use Permit Bureau, online via the WUP Portal

http://www.swfwmd.state.fl.us/permits/epermitting/ at the District website or in hardcopy on District-provided forms on or

before the tenth day of the following month. To the maximum extent possible, water levels shall be recorded on a regular

schedule as indicated in the recording timetable below. The frequency of recording may be modified by the Water Use

Permit Bureau Chief as necessary to ensure the protection of the resource.

Water Level Recording Timetable

Frequency

Recording Schedule

Daily

Same time of each day

Weekly

Same day of each week

Monthly

Same week of each month

Quarterly

Same week of months specified

WATER RESOURCE COMPLAINT INSTRUCTIONS

Instructions for water resource complaints include:

1. Within 48 hours of a complaint received by the Permittee related to their withdrawal or use of water or dewatering

activity, the Permittee shall notify the District and perform a preliminary investigation to determine whether the

Permittee's Mine Activities may have caused the problem.

2. If this preliminary assessment indicates that the Permittee may be responsible, the Permittee shall supply the

complainant with any water necessary for health and safety purposes, such as drinking water, within 72 hours of

complaint receipt.

3. If the resulting investigation determines that the Permittee was not responsible for the complainant's problem, the

Permittee shall document the reasons for this determination.

4. If the detailed investigation confirms that the complainant's problem was caused by Mine Activities:

A. Impacts to wells: The complainant's problem shall be fully corrected within 15 days of complaint receipt.

Full correction shall be restoration of the complainant's well to pre-impact condition or better, including the

aspects of pressure levels, discharge quantity, and water quality. This detailed investigation shall include,

but not be limited to, an analysis of water levels and pumpage impacts at the time of the complainant's

problem, well and pump characteristics including depths, capacity, pump curves, and irrigation system

requirements.

B. Other resource impacts: Within 20 days of complaint receipt, the Permittee shall submit to the District for

approval a restoration plan to fully correct the complainant's problem.

5. The Permittee shall file a report of the complaint, the findings of facts, appropriate technical data, and any

mitigating action taken or to be taken by the Permittee, to the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief, for review and

approval within 20 days of the receipt of any complaint. The report shall include:

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A. The name and address of each complainant;

B. The date and nature of the complaint;

C. A summary of the Permittee's investigation;

D. A summary of the Permittee's determination, including details of any mitigation activities; and

E. Cost of mitigation activity for each complaint.

6. A copy of the report shall be sent to the complainant within 20 days of complaint receipt.

WELL CONSTRUCTION INSTRUCTIONS

All wells proposed to be constructed shall be drilled and constructed as specified below and in “Exhibit C”:

1. All well casing (including liners and/or pipe) must be sealed to the depth specified in the permit condition.

2. The proposed well(s) shall be constructed of materials that are resistant to degradation of the casing/grout due to

interaction with the water of lesser quality. A minimum grout thickness of two (2) inches is required on wells four

(4) inches or more in diameter.

3. A minimum of twenty (20) feet overlap and two (2) centralizers is required for Public Supply wells and all wells six

(6) inches or more in diameter.

4. Any variation from estimated, maximum or minimum total depths; maximum or minimum casing depths; well

location or casing diameter specified in the condition requires advanced approval by the Water Use Permit

Bureau Chief, or the Well Construction Section Manager.

5. The Permittee is notified that a proposal to significantly change any of these well construction specifications may

require permit modification if the District determines that such a change would result in significantly greater

withdrawal impacts than those considered for this Permit.

6. The finished well casing depth shall not vary from these specifications by greater than ten (10) percent unless

advance approval is granted by the Water Use Permit Bureau Chief, or the Well Construction Section Manager.

Authorized Signature

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

This permit, issued under the provision of Chapter 373, Florida Statues and Florida Administrative Code

40D-2, authorizes the Permittee to withdraw the quantities outlined above, and may require various

activities to be performed by the Permittee as described in the permit, including the Special Conditions.

The permit does not convey to the Permittee any property rights or privileges other than those specified

herein, nor relieve the Permittee from complying with any applicable local government, state, or federal

law, rule, or ordinance.

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1 This WUP consolidates seven different WUPs into one Integrated WUP (IWUP).

The WUP No. column identifies the former WUP No. associated with the identified withdrawal point.

2 The "Previous ID" column identifies the former DID No. under the previous WUP for the specified withdrawal point.

3 District ID is the withdrawal identification number under this IWUP.



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EXHIBIT D


ExistingMonitorWells/Piezometers

District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2272 144 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274109.43080N0820842.74160W

1304 145 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274104.39440N0820829.87520W

1305 146 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274110.28760N0820818.18240W

1306 147 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274107.89000N0820800.67920W

1307 148 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274046.12440N0820738.69040W

1309 791 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275352.22400N0820531.84800W

1310 792 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275352.08000N0820524.54000W

1311 793 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275352.08360N0820517.28600W

1312 795 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275402.48400N0820517.18520W

1313 796 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275410.88280N0820517.28600W

1314 797 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275420.18160N0820517.38680W

1315 811 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275456.52000N0820521.88320W

1316 818 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275445.07560N0820417.51160W

1317 994 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273629.80800N0820246.71600W

1318 995 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.09600N0820217.55600W

1319 997 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273619.44000N0820211.97600W

1220 998 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273554.31200N0820216.80000W

1321 999 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273553.80800N0820150.05200W

1322 1000 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273607.66800N0820148.43200W

1323 1001 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273528.14000N0820200.20400W

1324 1003 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273504.70400N0820215.82800W

1325 1004 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273505.71200N0820250.89200W

1326 1005 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273431.65600N0820240.88400W

1327 1006 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273430.54000N0820220.36400W

1329 1010 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273335.74800N0820151.13200W

1330 1011 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273249.99200N0820144.94000W

1331 1012 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273234.08000N0820137.81200W

1332 1013 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273224.39600N0820127.04800W

1333 1014 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273209.45600N0820120.60400W

1334 1015 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273534.29600N0820316.41600W

1335 1016 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273523.96400N0820315.84000W

1336 1017 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273511.07600N0820316.52400W

1337 1018 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273455.09200N0820316.66800W

1338 1019 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273442.20400N0820316.74000W

1339 1020 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273427.91200N0820316.66800W

1340 1021 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273410.30800N0820316.84800W

1341 1022 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273506.86400N0820305.61600W

1342 1027 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273458.44000N0820227.78000W

1343 1028 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273430.25200N0820248.51600W

1344 1029 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273438.10000N0820247.76000W

1345 1030 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273439.86400N0820244.41200W

1346 1031 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273623.83200N0820309.68400W

1347 1034 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273608.02800N0820207.11600W

1348 1039 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273247.14800N0820140.04400W

1349 1040 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273321.38400N0820150.95200W

1350 1041 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273336.50400N0820147.20800W

1351 1044 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.45040N0821238.17800W

1352 1045 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273649.83120N0821223.55840W

1353 1046 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273636.14400N0821218.50760W

1354 1047 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273636.14400N0821218.50760W

1355 1048 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273636.14400N0821218.50760W

1356 1050 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273653.92800N0820459.88000W

1357 1051 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273616.57080N0820415.31920W

1358 1052 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273613.68000N0820330.90960W

1359 1053 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273549.76520N0820354.10800W

1360 1054 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273622.69080N0820435.33160W

1361 1055 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273305.02200N0820415.90960W

1362 1056 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273235.18160N0820444.45400W

1368 1105 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272947.40000N0820127.12000W

1369 1106 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272947.40000N0820127.48000W

1370 1107 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272947.40000N0820127.84000W

1371 1108 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274968.5858N0820245.4926W

1372 1123 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273655.36800N0815654.70800W

1373 1125 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273656.23200N0815544.36400W

1374 1126 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273701.70400N0815527.12000W

1375 1127 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273727.19200N0815521.72000W

1376 1136 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273647.01600N0815644.44800W

1377 1137 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273642.48000N0815549.44000W

1378 1138 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273709.73200N0815541.26800W

1379 1139 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273718.84000N0815555.34400W

1380 1140 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273711.31600N0815558.18800W

1381 1141 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273724.74400N0815616.90800W

1382 1142 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273725.35600N0815616.51200W

1383 1143 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273740.54800N0815544.54400W

1384 1144 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273751.85200N0815536.84000W

35


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

1385 1146 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273212.84000N0820441.88000W

1386 1147 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273153.76000N0820438.28000W

1387 1148 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273134.32000N0820431.44000W

1388 1149 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273115.32640N0820424.38040W

1389 1150 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273055.55520N0820420.78760W

1390 1155 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273847.21640N0820847.30640W

1391 1156 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273846.85640N0820916.03440W

1392 1188 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274204.24440N0820527.07440W

1393 1249 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273324.48000N0820406.60720W

1394 1250 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273323.86080N0820347.51640W

1395 1251 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273327.80640N0820325.92000W

1396 1252 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273055.31400N0820402.98560W

1397 1253 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273105.97720N0820352.02000W

1398 1254 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273114.54520N0820358.71600W

1399 1255 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273118.66360N0820407.05000W

1400 1256 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273131.13400N0820406.50640W

1401 1257 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273138.13240N0820415.98160W

1402 1258 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273141.18160N0820405.82960W

1403 1259 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273140.04400N0820351.44400W

1404 1260 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273146.02000N0820327.93960W

1405 1261 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273135.21640N0820327.95400W

1406 1262 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273123.68200N0820345.97560W

1407 1263 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273111.62200N0820339.21840W

1408 1264 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273059.02560N0820329.54160W

1409 1288 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273051.84000N0820318.07200W

1410 1289 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273046.76400N0820304.06800W

1411 1290 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273041.65200N0820302.84400W

1412 1291 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273040.28400N0820249.56000W

1413 1366 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274049.60200N0821127.16080W

1414 1367 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274054.19920N0821135.92320W

1415 1368 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274046.62840N0821139.97680W

1416 1369 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274033.48480N0821143.35000W

1417 1370 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274019.77240N0821142.01440W

1418 1371 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274007.16880N0821144.26080W

1419 1373 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273943.36920N0821150.19000W

1420 1374 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273923.90400N0821149.74360W

1421 1375 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273934.49520N0821155.86720W

1422 1380 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273859.64360N0821226.84520W

1423 1381 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273852.86840N0821235.78400W

1424 1386 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273907.89480N0821158.39800W

1425 1392 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273949.66920N0821032.48760W

1426 1393 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273950.18760N0821004.84320W

1427 1394 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274006.52800N0821033.78000W

1428 1395 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274018.48720N0821030.66240W

1429 1396 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274033.59280N0821030.26280W

1430 1397 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274040.04760N0821109.36240W

1431 1398 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274040.90440N0821041.27520W

1432 1514 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273555.42440N0821009.71400W

1433 1517 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273603.30840N0820942.21000W

1434 1518 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273541.56080N0820941.76000W

1435 1519 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273515.89640N0820941.56200W

1436 1520 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273510.49640N0821000.67800W

1437 1522 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273556.00040N0821110.47480W

1438 1526 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273545.09240N0821027.13800W

1439 1527 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273555.35240N0821016.87800W

1440 1528 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273603.41640N0821009.85800W

1441 1529 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273615.18840N0821000.31800W

1442 1530 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273613.60440N0820954.99000W

1443 1531 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273614.10840N0820942.35400W

1444 1532 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273633.71760N0820942.65280W

1445 1534 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273722.71360N0820926.22240W

1446 1537 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273700.67440N0821021.73800W

1447 1538 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273648.27240N0821037.47000W

1448 1539 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273706.12840N0821039.12600W

1449 1540 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273722.22040N0821038.61840W

1450 1541 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273712.96840N0821053.27040W

1451 1542 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273700.72840N0821054.24600W

1452 1547 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273608.99640N0821121.89400W

1453 1550 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273725.60440N0821058.27440W

1454 1551 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273711.13240N0821101.30200W

1455 1552 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273657.30840N0821108.79000W

1456 1553 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273653.67240N0821123.40600W

1457 1554 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273649.53240N0821139.53400W

1458 1555 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.07240N0821156.85000W

1459 1556 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273707.60440N0821238.03400W

1460 1557 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273737.91640N0821237.31040W

1461 1562 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273846.60440N0821313.20240W

1462 1563 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273838.23080N0821254.68040W

1463 1564 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273838.79240N0821245.33840W

1464 1565 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273846.74840N0821238.21040W

36


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

1465 1583 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273051.40800N0820318.28800W

1466 1584 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273046.76400N0820304.03200W

1467 1585 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273040.06800N0820249.48800W

1468 1660 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273609.65520N0821006.22560W

1469 1661 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273601.66320N0821011.22960W

1470 1665 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273700.72840N0821054.24600W

1471 1667 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273725.60440N0821058.27440W

1472 1668 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273657.30840N0821108.79000W

1473 1669 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273649.53240N0821139.53400W

1474 1670 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273838.79240N0821245.33840W

1475 1672 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274018.48720N0821030.66240W

1476 1673 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274040.04760N0821109.36240W

1477 1674 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274033.48480N0821143.35000W

1478 1800 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273327.80640N0820325.92000W

1479 1801 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273324.48000N0820406.60720W

1480 1804 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273105.97720N0820352.02000W

1481 1805 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273118.66360N0820407.05000W

1482 1806 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273138.13240N0820415.98160W

1483 1809 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273123.68200N0820345.97560W

1484 1925 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274130.50880N0821127.29040W

1485 1926 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274127.84480N0821115.55440W

1486 1927 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274122.33680N0821106.69840W

1487 1928 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274112.97680N0821102.52240W

1488 1929 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274106.17280N0821106.44640W

1489 1930 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274059.18880N0821055.68240W

1490 1931 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274051.52440N0821048.01440W

1491 1933 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274047.67600N0821109.02400W

1492 1934 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274048.06480N0821120.88240W

1493 1935 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274055.02000N0821129.83200W

1494 1936 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274058.00080N0821143.20240W

1495 1937 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274106.78480N0821148.27840W

1496 1938 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274116.36080N0821149.75440W

1497 1939 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274123.45280N0821150.36640W

1498 1940 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274111.396N821156.524W

1499 1941 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27410.164N821158.230W

1500 1942 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274049.328N821156.056W

1501 1943 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274038.348N821157.820W

1502 1944 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274022.760N82124.301W

1503 1945 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274012.069N821153.249W

1504 1946 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27401.881N82121.637W

1505 1947 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273957.669N821212.041W

1506 1948 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273946.365N821213.841W

1507 1949 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273947.94840N0821226.61840W

1508 1951 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273937.18440N0821228.25280W

1509 1952 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273924.49080N0821228.70640W

1510 1953 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27399.501N0821229.213W

1511 1954 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273857.657N0821235.261W

1512 1955 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273849.73280N0821308.19480W

1513 1959 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273851.75240N0821313.34640W

1514 1960 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273906.36840N0821313.38240W

1515 1961 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273913.64040N0821313.27440W

1516 1962 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273920.19240N0821312.95040W

1517 1963 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273925.55640N0821259.41440W

1518 1964 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273937.72440N0821259.34240W

1519 1965 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273941.86440N0821313.49040W

1520 1966 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273947.94840N0821313.41840W

1421 1967 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273955.25640N0821304.99440W

1522 1968 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274005.94840N0821304.63440W

1523 1969 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274005.87640N0821239.72240W

1524 1970 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274006.44880N0821228.52640W

1525 1971 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274018.80040N0821228.34640W

1526 1972 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274019.05240N0821213.58640W

1527 1973 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274038.312N0821213.444W

1528 1974 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274056.960N0821213.192W

1529 1975 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274111.396N0821213.192W

1530 1976 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274111.396N082124.192W

1531 1996 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273213.41600N0820100.70680W

1532 1997 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273214.23320N0820054.38520W

1533 2001 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273117.28120N0820041.71320W

1534 2007 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273110.92720N0820145.60600W

1535 2008 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273110.93800N0820144.55120W

1536 2023 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274401.86000N0820844.82240W

1537 2025 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274421.12000N0820830.53040W

1538 2026 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274433.14400N0820829.59440W

1539 2027 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274444.01600N0820824.37440W

1540 2028 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274444.01600N0820824.37440W

1541 2029 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274437.89600N0820814.29440W

1542 2030 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274430.87600N0820801.69440W

1543 2034 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.99600N0820615.56640W

1544 2039 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274340.83600N0820534.58400W

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District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

1545 2044 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274318.40800N0820511.76000W

1546 2045 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274306.85200N0820519.80240W

1547 2046 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274301.84800N0820532.61840W

1548 2048 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274242.22800N0820543.05840W

1549 2049 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274242.22800N0820543.05840W

1550 2050 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274249.46400N0820527.00240W

1551 2051 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274217.17200N0820518.07440W

1552 2052 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274217.46000N0820530.63840W

1553 2053 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274229.44800N0820530.45840W

1554 2054 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274236.36000N0820546.11840W

1555 2055 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274222.06800N0820546.33440W

1556 2056 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274222.42800N0820552.20240W

1557 2057 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274224.62400N0820607.75440W

1558 2058 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274224.62400N0820607.75440W

1559 2059 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274219.58400N0820618.62640W

1560 2060 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274217.46000N0820621.83040W

1561 2062 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274316.75200N0820758.51200W

1562 2063 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274315.88800N0820730.21600W

1563 2064 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274315.88800N0820730.21600W

1564 2065 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274323.00880N0820732.81160W

1565 2066 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274335.54400N0820745.51600W

1566 2067 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274333.31200N0820759.26800W

1567 2068 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274332.23200N0820815.43200W

1568 2069 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274330.32400N0820829.79600W

1569 2070 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274330.32400N0820829.79600W

1570 2071 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274335.07600N0820844.62800W

1571 2072 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274355.74000N0820844.48400W

1572 2083 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272927.41640N0820128.21800W

1573 2084 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272937.71240N0820126.02200W

1574 2085 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272957.87240N0820132.03400W

1575 2086 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273009.46440N0820132.61000W

1576 2087 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273017.27640N0820130.99000W

1577 2088 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273026.92440N0820125.87800W

1578 2089 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273036.21240N0820125.48200W

1579 2090 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273048.27240N0820118.31800W

1580 2091 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273104.32840N0820132.14200W

1581 2092 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273126.82840N0820152.30200W

1582 2093 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273124.52440N0820137.25400W

1583 2094 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273112.42840N0820135.31000W

1584 2095 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273102.56440N0820122.13400W

1585 2096 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273108.50440N0820111.80200W

1586 2097 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273115.70440N0820120.80200W

1587 2098 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273126.03640N0820122.27800W

1588 2099 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273118.94440N0820107.95000W

1589 2100 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273132.22840N0820108.59800W

1590 2101 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273143.96440N0820110.75800W

1591 2102 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273202.64840N0820112.37800W

1592 2103 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273052.73640N0820032.52600W

1593 2104 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273052.73640N0820053.80200W

1594 2105 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273052.73640N0820111.62200W

1595 2106 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273105.22840N0820107.73400W

1596 2107 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273117.14440N0820058.95000W

1597 2108 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273106.45240N0820045.34200W

1598 2109 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273126.64840N0820049.98600W

1599 2110 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273127.40440N0820103.41400W

1600 2111 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273137.77240N0820054.77400W

1601 2112 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273149.11240N0820101.79400W

1602 2113 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273159.94840N0820103.16200W

1603 2114 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273206.86040N0820053.40600W

1604 2115 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273222.41240N0820052.79400W

1605 2116 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273229.86440N0820101.43400W

1606 2117 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273245.34440N0820044.73000W

1607 2118 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273253.19240N0820054.37800W

1608 2119 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273330.90600N0820050.66280W

1609 2120 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273330.70440N0820033.28200W

1610 2121 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273327.68040N0820017.91000W

1611 2122 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273257.04440N0820018.01800W

1612 2123 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273234.86840N0820017.98200W

1613 2124 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273213.31520N0820017.85600W

1614 2125 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273151.88440N0820006.24600W

1615 2126 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273138.74440N0820003.04200W

1616 2127 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273124.20040N0815951.91800W

1617 2128 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273113.68840N0815940.83000W

1618 2129 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273056.69640N0815957.31800W

1619 2130 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273052.66440N0820021.94200W

1620 2131 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272943.72800N0820146.70400W

1621 2132 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272946.85640N0820153.34600W

1622 2133 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272947.08320N0820208.68560W

1623 2134 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272954.01680N0820215.60480W

1624 2135 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273020.17440N0820215.48960W

38


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

1625 2136 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273026.34120N0820218.70440W

1626 2137 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273026.61120N0820232.66160W

1627 2138 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273031.07880N0820244.95200W

1628 2144 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273052.73640N0820111.62200W

1629 2148 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273357.88800N0820319.33200W

1630 2149 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273357.92400N0820331.64400W

1631 2150 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273345.64800N0820331.78800W

1632 2151 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273344.92800N0820318.54000W

1633 2190 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273747.85240N0821038.65440W

1634 2191 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273747.49240N0821015.75840W

1635 2192 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273758.72440N0821011.11440W

1636 2193 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273813.48440N0821013.52640W

1637 2194 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273821.26040N0821009.67440W

1638 2195 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273823.78040N0820958.80240W

1639 2196 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273831.48440N0820944.90640W

1640 2197 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273540.95240N0820345.63000W

1641 2198 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273543.58040N0820324.39000W

1642 2199 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273629.22840N0820320.64600W

1643 2200 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273622.20840N0820336.41400W

1644 2202 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273624.80040N0820358.95000W

1645 2204 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273641.18040N0820352.28640W

1646 2205 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273644.71560N0820341.22360W

1647 2206 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273644.78040N0820329.50200W

1648 2207 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273654.03240N0820320.89800W

1649 2208 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273700.47640N0820328.63440W

1650 2209 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273703.64440N0820342.31440W

1651 2210 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273701.12440N0820355.13040W

1652 2211 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273657.95640N0820409.71040W

1653 2212 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273653.09640N0820423.06640W

1654 2213 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273658.20840N0820429.94600W

1655 2214 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273706.52440N0820441.46240W

1656 2215 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273716.18320N0820438.01720W

1657 2216 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273717.14440N0820423.75040W

1658 2217 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273719.65720N0820413.27080W

1659 2218 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273713.09440N0820401.58880W

1660 2219 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273708.21640N0820348.86640W

1661 2220 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273718.47640N0820345.98640W

1662 2221 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273717.57640N0820334.61040W

1663 2222 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273716.49640N0820322.51440W

1664 2223 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273836.92040N0820328.59840W

1665 2224 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273838.07240N0820315.99840W

1666 2225 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275210.60320N0820106.61080W

1667 2226 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275223.24280N0820107.26960W

1668 2227 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275234.65480N0820107.26960W

1669 2228 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274010.13880N0821233.36840W

1670 2229 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274006.02760N0821314.78280W

1671 2230 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274051.01320N0821331.85760W

1672 2231 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274058.82160N0821330.74160W

1673 2232 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274120.40000N0821312.45720W

1674 2233 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274120.05800N0821302.94960W

1675 2234 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274237.64520N0821207.08480W

1676 2235 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274217.61840N0821205.08680W

1677 2236 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274057.16200N0820906.00840W

1678 2240 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273132.79000N0820334.23240W

1679 2241 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273135.05800N0820324.83640W

1680 2242 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273148.55800N0820329.94840W

1681 2243 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273138.44200N0820349.78440W

1682 2244 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273132.64600N0820355.94040W

1683 2264 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273934.38000N0815516.10400W

1684 2265 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274046.41600N0815459.25600W

1685 2292 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275406.48360N0820502.01480W

1686 2293 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275419.02960N0820502.02200W

1687 2307 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273720.06040N0815445.87840W

1688 2308 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273713.68840N0815437.92240W

1689 2309 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273713.07640N0815449.91040W

1690 2310 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273706.56040N0815434.79040W

1691 2311 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273659.97600N0815433.71040W

1692 2312 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273653.92440N0815433.71040W

1693 2313 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273659.82840N0815356.45040W

1694 2314 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273659.93640N0815356.73840W

1695 2316 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273709.00840N0815428.52640W

1696 2317 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273738.09640N0815329.01840W

1697 2318 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273716.28040N0815328.94640W

1698 2319 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273659.32440N0815329.63040W

1699 2320 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273640.96440N0815335.28240W

1700 2321 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273640.71240N0815348.13440W

1701 2322 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273642.69240N0815357.71040W

1702 2323 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273638.22840N0815527.63840W

1703 2324 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273640.17240N0815505.03040W

1704 2325 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.95640N0815449.62240W

39


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

1705 2326 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273643.08840N0815436.44640W

1706 2327 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273644.67240N0815422.19040W

1707 2328 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273644.24040N0815407.97040W

1708 2330 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273633.15600N0815324.89640W

1709 2365 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273631.46400N0815508.28840W

1710 2366 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273622.53240N0815526.90040W

1711 2370 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273640.24800N0821149.14240W

1712 2371 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273632.32800N0821204.08240W

1713 2372 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273618.57600N0821214.91840W

1714 2373 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273610.11600N0821204.40640W

1715 2374 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273601.94400N0821155.69440W

1716 2375 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273604.82400N0821139.85440W

1717 2376 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273631.86000N0821210.81440W

1718 2377 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273644.35200N0821201.13040W

1719 2378 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273642.84000N0821147.59440W

1720 2381 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275351.68760N0820502.81760W

1721 2382 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275339.08760N0820457.38160W

1722 2383 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275329.94360N0820447.58960W

1723 2384 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275344.19960N0820435.67360W

1724 2385 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275356.15160N0820438.62560W

1725 2386 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275359.71560N0820425.62960W

1726 2387 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275413.43160N0820418.53760W

1727 2388 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275418.18360N0820406.58560W

1728 2389 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275430.67560N0820359.20560W

1729 2390 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275445.61560N0820357.04560W

1730 2391 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274217.25480N0820850.47440W

1731 2392 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274216.99560N0820916.12800W

1732 2393 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274217.42760N0820942.55560W

1733 2395 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274217.37720N0821024.53160W

1734 2396 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274219.19880N0821042.93120W

1735 2397 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274231.42080N0821042.69000W

1736 2398 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274244.56440N0821043.23000W

1737 2399 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274257.03120N0821032.88720W

1738 2406 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274259.16240N0820945.98640W

1739 2407 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274259.16240N0820945.98640W

1740 2408 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274303.99720N0820955.58040W

1741 2409 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274307.44240N0821004.91520W

1742 2410 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274307.43160N0821014.50560W

1743 2411 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274307.87800N0821026.42520W

1744 2412 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274318.26040N0821022.03680W

1745 2413 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274328.18200N0821018.94080W

1746 2414 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274328.18200N0821018.94080W

1747 2416 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274348.03240N0821002.90640W

1748 2417 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274348.03240N0821002.90640W

1749 2418 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274345.04800N0820953.31240W

1750 2419 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274354.73200N0820953.58600W

1751 2420 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274357.72000N0821001.62480W

1752 2421 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274406.48960N0820957.23280W

1753 2422 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274415.21240N0820952.83720W

1754 2423 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274415.21240N0820952.83720W

1755 2424 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274420.75640N0820945.07200W

1756 2425 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274426.76120N0820936.26640W

1757 2426 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274408.55960N0820922.50360W

1758 2427 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274408.55960N0820922.50360W

1759 2428 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274416.15920N0820930.54960W

1760 2436 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274334.23360N0820850.06040W

1761 2445 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274344.07960N0820857.58440W

1762 2446 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274357.44640N0820905.59800W

1763 2474 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274522.74840N0821110.10040W

1764 2475 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274523.90400N0821059.87640W

1765 2476 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274517.74440N0821049.94400W

1766 2477 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274508.78400N0821036.11640W

1767 2478 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274504.10400N0821021.28440W

1768 2479 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274453.62800N0821009.36840W

1769 2480 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274440.01640N0821001.91640W

1770 2481 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274432.49600N0820952.08840W

1771 2482 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274422.70040N0820958.85640W

1772 2483 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274411.75640N0821004.14840W

1773 2484 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274326.50440N0821015.70440W

1774 2486 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274310.30440N0821040.11240W

1775 2487 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274255.80000N0821041.12040W

1776 2488 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274251.91200N0821051.20040W

1777 2489 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274248.74400N0821102.32800W

1778 2490 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274250.86440N0821117.04840W

1779 2491 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274301.77600N0821125.58400W

1780 2495 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274210.29240N0820515.62640W

1781 2496 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274214.68080N0820540.07040W

1782 2497 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274159.52480N0820542.41040W

1783 2498 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274215.79680N0820554.11040W

1784 2499 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274207.15680N0820553.97000W

40


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

1785 2500 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274153.76840N0820554.68640W

1786 2501 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274156.96880N0820608.00640W

1787 2502 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274215.32880N0820611.39040W

1788 2503 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274147.64840N0820623.81040W

1789 2504 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274214.24880N0820722.05840W

1790 2506 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274200.42480N0820731.63440W

1791 2507 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274159.52480N0820739.95040W

1792 2508 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274151.35280N0820745.45840W

1793 2509 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274136.91680N0820743.87440W

1794 2510 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274127.95280N0820757.98640W

1795 2511 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274134.97280N0820805.79840W

1796 2512 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274131.08480N0820818.93840W

1797 2513 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274125.57680N0820826.24640W

1798 2514 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274119.60080N0820837.65840W

1799 2515 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274128.45680N0820844.28240W

1800 2516 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274139.83280N0820843.27440W

1801 2517 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274146.63680N0820845.11040W

1802 2518 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274158.04880N0820845.11040W

1803 2519 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274202.80080N0820833.41040W

1804 2520 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274207.84080N0820831.39440W

1805 2521 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274148.43680N0820853.35440W

1806 2522 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274149.87680N0820902.89440W

1807 2523 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274149.08480N0820914.77440W

1808 2524 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274138.50080N0820914.88240W

1809 2525 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274125.79280N0820913.73040W

1810 2526 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274129.89680N0820853.13840W

1811 2527 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274143.00080N0820851.26640W

1812 2528 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274124.63000N0821158.20720W

1813 2529 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274124.62280N0821158.11360W

1814 2530 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274132.05680N0821159.39880W

1815 2531 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274140.21440N0821200.54720W

1816 2532 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274146.11840N0821208.29800W

1817 2533 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274153.59200N0821212.38760W

1818 2534 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274144.67840N0821212.32640W

1819 2535 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274143.97640N0821217.51040W

1820 2536 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274148.99480N0821220.32560W

1821 2537 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274156.14800N0821219.40040W

1822 2538 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274124.75960N0821213.39560W

1823 2539 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274124.82440N0821227.51840W

1824 2540 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274126.42280N0821237.72440W

1825 2541 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274124.86760N0821237.17720W

1826 2542 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274127.84840N0821249.05720W

1827 2543 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274128.53600N0821257.72240W

1828 2544 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274140.38720N0821255.72800W

1829 2545 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274144.85120N0821250.01120W

1830 2546 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274151.39960N0821242.79320W

1831 2547 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274152.76400N0821230.81240W

1832 2552 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274218.28800N0821311.92800W

1833 2553 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274236.03600N0821311.67600W

1834 2554 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274255.08000N0821311.60400W

1835 2555 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274316.06800N0821311.38800W

1836 2556 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274330.90000N0821311.28000W

1837 2557 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274220.73600N0821254.43200W

1838 2558 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274218.54000N0821244.02800W

1839 2559 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274224.76800N0821246.04400W

1840 2560 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274230.74400N0821240.39200W

1841 2561 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274249.57200N0821245.68400W

1842 2562 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274310.09200N0821237.04400W

1843 2563 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274315.96000N0821223.11200W

1844 2564 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274309.69600N0821216.23600W

1845 2565 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274253.85600N0821221.74400W

1846 2566 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274249.46400N0821230.74400W

1847 2567 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274256.95200N0821211.73600W

1848 2568 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274218.14400N0821213.35600W

1849 2569 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274233.84000N0821157.55200W

1850 2571 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274254.43200N0821126.23200W

1851 2572 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274247.12400N0821151.82800W

1852 2573 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274241.83200N0821139.55200W

1853 2574 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274343.89600N0821311.46000W

1854 2575 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274353.65200N0821301.20000W

1855 2576 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274358.29600N0821238.77200W

1856 2577 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274404.27200N0821216.99200W

1857 2578 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274402.00400N0821230.38400W

1858 2579 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274356.24400N0821251.01200W

1859 2580 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274356.38800N0821307.89600W

1860 2581 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274424.97200N0821308.47200W

1861 2582 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274414.38800N0821311.49600W

1862 2583 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274407.94400N0821302.82000W

1863 2584 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274412.44400N0821254.43200W

1864 2585 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274426.30400N0821255.29600W

41


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

1865 2586 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274434.08000N0821244.78400W

1866 2587 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274438.94000N0821246.00800W

1867 2588 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274439.01200N0821258.53600W

1868 2589 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274426.26800N0821208.46000W

1869 2590 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274407.80000N0821212.13200W

1870 2591 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274411.29200N0821204.53600W

1871 2592 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274421.80400N0821151.21600W

1872 2593 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274431.02000N0821141.20800W

1873 2594 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274430.30000N0821311.53200W

1874 2595 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274410.78800N0821141.82000W

1875 2596 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274421.37200N0821135.84400W

1876 2597 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274441.82000N0821234.99200W

1877 2598 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274512.63600N0821235.96400W

1878 2599 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274500.39600N0821246.26000W

1879 2600 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274504.32000N0821227.86400W

1880 2601 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274519.54800N0821213.93200W

1881 2603 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274537.29600N0821156.79600W

1882 2604 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274544.85600N0821148.98400W

1883 2605 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274535.64000N0821142.25200W

1884 2606 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274524.26400N0821134.80000W

1885 2617 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274519.04400N0821121.15600W

1886 2831 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273514.42400N0820940.93200W

1887 2833 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273521.12000N0820914.58000W

1888 2834 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273532.24400N0820914.68800W

1889 2835 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273539.62400N0820914.68800W

1890 2836 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273552.80000N0820914.94000W

1891 2837 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273602.66400N0820914.68800W

1892 2838 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273603.13200N0820929.66400W

1893 2840 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274222.06800N0820552.08000W

1894 2841 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274219.36800N0820620.05200W

1895 2842 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274211.44800N0820516.69200W

1896 2843 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274158.20000N0820607.99200W

1897 2844 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274151.18000N0820640.39200W

1898 2845 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274154.52800N0820651.22800W

1899 2846 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274154.45600N0820651.15600W

1900 2847 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274156.90400N0820705.01600W

1901 2848 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274201.83600N0820730.90000W

1902 2849 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274135.12400N0820806.64800W

1903 2850 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274119.39200N0820837.82400W

1904 2851 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273028.36800N0820613.17600W

1905 2852 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273035.17200N0820613.14000W

1906 2853 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273036.21600N0820613.06800W

1907 2854 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273055.65600N0820612.85200W

1908 2855 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273606.55200N0820939.85200W

1909 2856 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273055.40400N0820555.75200W

1910 2857 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273055.11600N0820537.10400W

1911 2858 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273054.97200N0820506.10800W

1912 2859 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273054.79200N0820454.04800W

1913 2860 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273054.75600N0820450.30400W

1914 2861 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273054.28800N0820433.24000W

1915 2862 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273054.28800N0820423.37600W

1916 2863 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273100.66000N0820355.40400W

1917 2864 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275428.83960N0820502.61600W

1918 2865 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273048.49200N0820331.50000W

1919 2866 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273601.66320N0821011.22960W

1920 2867 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273034.05600N0820318.97200W

1921 2868 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274040.04760N0821109.36240W

1922 2869 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.38400N0820318.25200W

1923 2870 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272952.54800N0820318.82800W

1924 2871 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272941.85600N0820318.82800W

1925 2872 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272921.40800N0820318.97200W

1926 2873 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274249.71600N0821122.95600W

1927 2874 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272909.78000N0820326.17200W

1928 2876 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272917.66400N0820342.40800W

1929 2877 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272922.27200N0820352.74000W

1930 2878 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272923.13600N0820404.40400W

1931 2887 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274049.91160N0814714.80920W

1932 2892 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274149.26840N0814426.49480W

1933 2894 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274200.48240N0814417.59200W

1934 2895 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274205.55840N0814359.33280W

1935 2896 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274142.34560N0814309.90840W

1936 2903 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274135.02320N0814755.12920W

1937 2907 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274121.31080N0814803.33360W

1938 2910 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274104.65720N0814808.91360W

1939 2912 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274103.98040N0814750.29800W

1940 2913 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274100.80880N0814734.70280W

1941 2914 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274055.90200N0814722.36920W

1942 2919 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274027.64560N0814803.80880W

1943 2920 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274014.55600N0814800.75240W

1944 2921 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274002.56080N0814755.55760W

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District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

1945 2922 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273951.12720N0814751.14400W

1946 2923 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273959.14800N0814738.11560W

1947 2924 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274007.17240N0814727.46320W

1948 2925 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273954.067N0814733.224W

1949 2926 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273945.501N0814739.519W

1950 2927 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273934.844N0814744.721W

1951 2928 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273923.28480N0814707.49760W

1952 2930 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273918.88560N0814725.70640W

1953 2931 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273909.49680N0814735.09880W

1954 2932 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273856.55480N0814745.26880W

1955 2933 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273850.28720N0814357.76320W

1956 2937 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274146.97160N0814439.56280W

1957 2938 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274159.76960N0814432.38800W

1958 2939 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274211.66400N0814435.11320W

1959 2940 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274214.59080N0814455.17600W

1960 2941 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274215.98040N0814516.94880W

1961 2942 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273950.670N0814739.239W

1962 2943 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273939.578N0814745.055W

1963 2944 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274134.48680N0814426.77920W

1964 2946 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274233.441N0814637.481W

1965 2947 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274217.707N0814544.352W

1966 2948 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274228.34640N0814355.03080W

1967 2952 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274215.81120N0814322.68480W

1968 2955 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274202.99160N0814341.81880W

1969 2956 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274202.33280N0814327.86160W

1970 2957 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274201.30320N0814316.16880W

1971 2958 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274203.16440N0814308.64480W

1972 2959 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274210.77480N0814258.70160W

1973 2960 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274214.91480N0814249.54680W

1974 2961 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274215.37920N0814259.40000W

1975 2962 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274215.59160N0814312.01440W

1976 2963 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274210.06560N0814252.39440W

1977 2964 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274204.72320N0814300.27480W

1978 2965 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274157.17760N0814309.93360W

1979 2966 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274153.00880N0814305.55240W

1980 2967 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274152.41840N0814254.56880W

1981 2968 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274152.96200N0814243.36920W

1982 2969 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274158.62120N0814235.20440W

1983 2970 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274158.47360N0814225.63560W

1984 2971 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274158.39080N0814216.13880W

1985 2972 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274158.49160N0814205.40360W

1986 2973 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274215.78240N0814241.64480W

1987 2974 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274201.05480N0814155.47480W

1988 2975 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274203.74040N0814144.05560W

1989 2976 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274226.02080N0814241.07960W

1990 2977 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274236.06120N0814240.97880W

1991 2978 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274245.64440N0814241.02560W

1992 2979 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274256.00160N0814242.00120W

1993 2980 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274308.00040N0814241.00040W

1994 2981 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274315.62160N0814241.63760W

1995 2982 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274308.67000N0814233.64560W

1996 2983 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274308.64480N0814221.52440W

1997 2984 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274308.68440N0814209.96840W

1998 2985 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274308.40720N0814158.34400W

1999 2986 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274302.42760N0814202.61360W

2000 2987 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274255.55880N0814205.39640W

2001 2988 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274255.53720N0814155.47480W

2002 2989 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274255.26000N0814143.49400W

2003 2990 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274244.50680N0814143.52640W

2004 2991 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274235.30160N0814143.55160W

2005 2992 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274224.08040N0814143.58040W

2006 2993 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274213.74120N0814143.60920W

2007 2994 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273846.58280N0814653.90760W

2008 2995 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273849.79760N0814658.23480W

2009 2996 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273859.34120N0814658.20960W

2010 2997 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273859.58600N0814706.32040W

2011 2999 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273906.15600N0814720.67720W

2012 3000 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273905.58360N0814721.85440W

2013 3001 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273853.00520N0814721.81480W

2014 3002 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273842.43560N0814651.63960W

2015 3003 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273842.61560N0814709.20040W

2016 3004 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273845.55320N0814721.13440W

2017 3005 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273844.72160N0814735.52720W

2018 3006 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273839.49080N0814735.46960W

2019 3007 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273835.77200N0814728.35600W

2020 3008 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273830.55560N0814710.16160W

2021 3009 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273825.63080N0814700.77280W

2022 3013 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273814.43120N0814650.48040W

2023 3014 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273816.00080N0814704.47000W

2024 3015 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273823.28360N0814710.68720W

43


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2025 3016 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273828.48200N0814720.89320W

2026 3017 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273829.95800N0814735.39400W

2027 3018 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273818.68280N0814735.51640W

2028 3019 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273813.41960N0814743.18800W

2029 3020 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273803.23520N0814743.00080W

2030 3021 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273801.47840N0814723.39520W

2031 3022 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273756.38800N0814723.91360W

2032 3023 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273758.32840N0814743.52280W

2033 3036 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274248.46680N0814355.84440W

2034 3037 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274258.39920N0814355.36920W

2035 3038 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274305.89440N0814351.19320W

2036 3039 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274308.37480N0814340.69200W

2037 3040 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274308.34960N0814334.87440W

2038 3041 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274308.34960N0814323.87640W

2039 3042 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274300.75720N0814324.10320W

2040 3043 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274256.10960N0814318.19560W

2041 3044 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274255.25640N0814311.35920W

2042 3045 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274247.45520N0814311.33760W

2043 3047 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274236.03960N0814325.58280W

2044 3048 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274235.55360N0814336.88320W

2045 3049 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274235.55360N0814336.88320W

2046 3050 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274241.97960N0814340.63080W

2047 3051 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274245.36360N0814347.53560W

2048 3052 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273846.69080N0814714.30520W

2049 3053 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273851.92160N0814706.69120W

2050 3054 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273826.34720N0814425.24560W

2051 3055 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273819.77720N0814425.00440W

2052 3056 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273818.83040N0814413.63560W

2053 3057 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273808.73960N0814407.26720W

2054 3058 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273804.02720N0814401.10400W

2055 3059 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273758.86480N0814352.39200W

2056 3060 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273752.62600N0814344.60160W

2057 3061 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273743.59360N0814341.39040W

2058 3062 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273754.44400N0814341.01240W

2059 3063 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273800.59280N0814350.08800W

2060 3064 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273808.09160N0814354.88680W

2061 3065 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273814.42400N0814405.34480W

2062 3066 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273822.57080N0814412.42240W

2063 3067 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273828.55760N0814419.25160W

2064 3068 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273837.78440N0814423.05320W

2065 3069 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273845.00960N0814420.52600W

2066 3070 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273837.75200N0814423.06400W

2067 3071 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273858.31520N0814433.13320W

2068 3074 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273739.25920N0814744.82600W

2069 3075 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273733.72240N0814739.91200W

2010 3076 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273740.00440N0814748.77160W

2071 3077 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273738.23680N0814801.71360W

2072 3078 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273728.38000N0814802.16720W

2073 3079 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273727.52680N0814724.83520W

2074 3137 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274332.44800N0820815.39600W

2075 3140 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272924.46800N0820414.55600W

2076 3141 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272926.01600N0820427.26400W

2077 3143 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272910.93200N0820442.16800W

2078 3145 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272911.32800N0820458.36800W

2079 3146 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272849.58400N0820517.16000W

2080 3147 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272828.52400N0820517.62800W

2081 3148 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272828.45200N0820517.73600W

2082 3150 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272814.98800N0820534.44000W

2083 3151 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272815.09600N0820543.36800W

2084 3152 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272815.09600N0820553.48400W

2085 3153 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272815.20400N0820609.86400W

2086 3154 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272824.02400N0820615.33600W

2087 3155 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272826.68800N0800615.55200E

2088 3156 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272848.90000N0820612.81600W

2089 3158 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272909.34800N0820613.14000W

2090 3160 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272819.95600N0820522.95600W

2091 3201 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274440.15320N0815821.43200W

2092 3209 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274441.99640N0815821.99000W

2093 3210 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274510.52280N0815820.64720W

2094 3211 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274440.36200N0815808.11200W

2095 3220 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274440.84800N0815755.40400W

2096 3221 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274449.99200N0815822.26000W

2097 3222 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274544.60400N0815817.47200W

2098 3223 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 277624.0000N0819715.3000W

2099 3250 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273823.27280N0814647.74080W

2100 3251 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273823.61480N0814639.81360W

2101 3252 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273816.09440N0814639.83160W

2102 3254 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273749.927N0814727.474W

2103 3255 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273743.251N0814734.436W

2104 3256 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273837.650N0814713.792W

44


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2105 3257 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273855.614N0814339.666W

2106 3258 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273847.331N0814311.526W

2107 3259 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273847.210N0814323.749W

2108 3260 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273847.199N0814335.666W

2109 3262 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273738.431N081441.471W

2110 3263 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273741.891N081444.250W

2111 3264 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273741.999N081448.092W

2112 3265 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273738.770N0814415.079W

2113 3266 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273734.079N0814425.940W

2114 3267 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273731.102N0814436.870W

2115 3268 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273726.501N0814437.658W

2116 3269 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273723.761N0814437.900W

2117 3270 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273719.909N0814439.509W

2118 3271 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273716.388N0814444.239W

2119 3272 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273715.431N0814450.820W

2120 3273 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273721.641N081452.948W

2121 3274 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27378.630N081459.371W

2122 3275 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273714.329N0814511.149W

2123 3276 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27373.551N0814533.329W

2124 3277 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27371.081N0814513.399W

2125 3278 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273655.609N0814523.749W

2126 3279 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273655.339N0814535.460W

2127 3280 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273721.742N081459.209W

2128 3281 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27371.999N0814538.560W

2129 3282 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27371.931N0814552.351W

2130 3283 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27370.638N081467.730W

2131 3284 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273647.930N081467.601W

2132 3285 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273647.840N0814559.209W

2133 3286 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273648.020N0814549.230W

2134 3287 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273641.699N0814550.080W

2135 3288 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273633.109N0814556.030W

2136 3289 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273625.520N081462.989W

2137 3290 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273648.380N0814727.172W

2138 3291 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273641.519N0814724.749W

2139 3292 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273647.531N0814712.019W

2140 3293 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273653.932N081474.229W

2141 3294 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27376.031N081470.668W

2142 3295 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27376.391N0814651.020W

2143 3296 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273658.111N0814652.111W

2144 3297 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273649.770N0814652.021W

2145 3298 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273646.901N0814658.210W

2146 3299 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273640.252N0814712.430W

2147 3300 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273637.721N0814722.481W

2148 3301 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273627.580N0814726.660W

2149 3302 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273716.900N0814641.362W

2150 3303 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274139.147N0814428.701W

2151 3304 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273717.068N0814757.487W

2152 3305 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273710.931N0814744.955W

2153 3306 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273720.567N0814739.860W

2154 3307 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273723.011N0814728.580W

2155 3308 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273722.999N0814720.591W

2156 3309 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273721.216N0814729.480W

2157 3310 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27379.700N0814722.185W

2158 3311 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27376.850N0814728.910W

2159 3312 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273715.306N0814735.091W

2160 3313 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 27374.339N0814739.442W

2161 3314 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273658.344N0814733.107W

2162 3315 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274220.251N0814350.245W

2163 3316 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274228.872N0814343.436W

2164 3317 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274228.968N0814331.420W

2165 3318 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274226.818N0814325.996W

2166 3319 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274211.233N0814347.018W

2167 3320 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273847.006N0814435.394W

2168 3321 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273847.108N0814411.083W

2169 3322 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273850.749N081439.426W

2170 3323 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275725.900N0817885.000W

2171 3324 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275705.400N0817897.000W

2172 3325 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275694.100N0817888.000W

2173 3326 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275678.100N0817876.000W

2174 3327 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275659.400N0817868.000W

2175 3328 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275642.300N0817867.000W

2176 3329 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275641.800N0817847.000W

2177 3330 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275614.600N0817846.000W

2178 3354 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 276495.33N0817425.37W

2179 3355 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 276474.00N0817424.30W

2180 3360 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 276348.000N0817279.200W

2181 3361 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 276379.100N0817279.800W

2182 3555 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274450.31600N0815145.61200W

2183 3556 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274444.41200N0815140.06800W

2184 3557 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274440.56000N0815136.46800W

45


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2185 3558 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274434.15200N0815132.86800W

2186 3559 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274427.60000N0815143.16400W

2187 3560 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274423.38800N0815138.44800W

2188 3561 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274421.15600N0815147.41200W

2189 3562 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274415.68400N0815142.55200W

2190 3563 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274413.99200N0815145.86400W

2191 3564 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274419.10400N0815228.09200W

2192 3565 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274451.97200N0815228.88400W

2193 3575 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273036.18000N0820600.28800W

2194 3576 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273041.90400N0820546.14000W

2195 3577 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273040.68000N0820533.93600W

2196 3578 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273028.11600N0820531.77600W

2197 3579 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273016.99200N0820532.67600W

2198 3580 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273016.45200N0820543.26000W

2199 3581 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273008.38800N0820538.25600W

2200 3582 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272959.42400N0820541.46000W

2201 3583 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272957.08400N0820533.93600W

2202 3584 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273006.40800N0820527.85200W

2203 3585 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273000.68400N0820520.32800W

2204 3586 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272949.38000N0820517.62800W

2205 3587 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272944.19600N0820527.13200W

2206 3588 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272940.59600N0820532.31600W

2207 3589 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272929.47200N0820540.95600W

2208 3590 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272929.65200N0820553.48400W

2209 3720 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274345.08400N0820952.05600W

2210 3721 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274353.94000N0820953.13600W

2211 3722 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274336.08400N0820745.91200W

2212 3723 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274333.74400N0820759.19600W

2213 3724 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273302.10240N0820440.99800W

2214 3726 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273140.04400N0820351.44400W

2215 3727 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273146.02000N0820327.93960W

2216 3728 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273059.02560N0820329.54160W

2217 3729 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274010.665N0815953.941W

2218 3730 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274014.138N0815949.979W

2219 3731 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274017.396N0815947.283W

2220 3732 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274022.306N0815942.899W

2221 3733 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274025.015N0815940.498W

2222 3786 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274530.60000N0821156.79960W

2223 3787 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274315.95640N0821223.24160W

2224 3788 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274233.74280N0821157.70320W

2225 3789 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274249.65840N0821126.28960W

2226 3790 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274254.10440N0821140.83000W

2227 3791 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274353.42520N0821301.50600W

2228 3792 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274402.14440N0821230.30480W

2229 3793 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274408.16720N0821302.90280W

2230 3794 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274426.31120N0821254.60120W

2231 3795 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274426.29680N0821208.70120W

2232 3796 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274407.88280N0821212.16800W

2233 3797 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274430.98760N0821141.16840W

2234 3798 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274411.07960N0821141.07120W

2235 3799 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274530.54240N0821156.76720W

2236 3800 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274238.17080N0821238.26800W

2237 3801 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274256.75760N0821242.72120W

2238 3802 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274140.13880N0821201.28880W

2239 3803 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274153.64240N0821212.28320W

2240 3804 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274128.65480N0821257.90600W

2241 3805 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274144.84400N0821249.83120W

2242 3806 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274152.27080N0821230.92040W

2243 3807 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273623.14080N0820349.08240W

2244 3808 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273632.82480N0820358.90680W

2245 3809 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273732.296N0815443.512W

2246 3810 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 275455.22400N0820431.37160W

2247 3816 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274504.09320N0821228.21320W

2248 3818 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274331.89000N0820850.35920W

2249 3821 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273319.826N082321.537W

2250 3867 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273719.358N0814637.369W

2251 4023 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274426.546N08277.860W

2252 4024 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274424.640N082653.118W

2253 4025 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274420.835N082643.347W

2254 4026 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274414.544N082629.126W

2255 4028 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273856.108N0821236.615W

2256 4029 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274217.076N082102.583W

2257 4030 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 276960.88N0822023.73W

2258 4108 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274416.413N0815114.216W

2259 4109 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274417.167N0815127.993W

2260 4110 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274422.853N0815122.799W

2261 4111 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274428.649N0815126.164W

2262 4112 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274435.846N0815125.735W

2263 4113 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274443.771N0815130.436W

2264 4114 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274450.072N0815135.697W

46


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2265 4116 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274455.630N0815917.810W

2266 4117 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274453.610N0815911.490W

2267 4118 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274452.370N0815908.480W

2268 4119 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274507.510N0815931.170W

2269 4120 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274512.780N0815929.670W

2270 4121 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274501.760N0815902.460W

2271 4122 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274502.900N0815854.770W

2272 4123 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274509.750N0815841.420W

2273 4124 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274513.520N0815854.890W

2274 4125 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274514.750N0815852.830W

2275 4126 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274516.090N0815846.390W

2276 4127 MONITOR EXISTING SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274524.570N0815827.510W

ExistingStaffGauges

2277 100SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273118.04800N0820049.86000W

2278 101SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273236.49200N0820105.48400E

2279 104SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273744.94000N0820428.09200W

2280 105SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273756.85600N0821010.30800W

2281 111SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274044.47200N0815455.98000W

2282 115SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273829.18400N0820947.48400W

2283 116SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273630.74400N0815955.28400W

2284 117SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273908.42400N0815955.28400W

2285 118SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274357.50400N0820915.48000W

2286 119SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274118.31200N0820843.94400W

2287 120SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274153.77200N0820552.44000W

2288 121SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273319.98000N0823319.98000W

2289 122SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274156.50800N0821219.11600W

2290 123SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 275319.96800N0824639.97200W

2291 127SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 27293.336N0815555.020W

2292 128SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 27300.576N0815820.136W

2293 129SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272948.768N082126.220W

2294 130SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272935.880N0815331.596W

2295 131SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273048.96000N0820323.04000W

2296 132SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272910.50000N0820324.40800W

2297 133SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272912.66000N0820527.70800W

2298 134SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272828.63200N0820615.19200W

2299 135SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273607.34400N0820938.88000W

2300 15SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274156.50800N0820714.62800W

2301 157TG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274437.57200N0820719.30800W

2302 161SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274332.04840N0820845.09240W

2303 16SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273659.83200N0815542.70800W

2304 175SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 27365.290N082919.155W

2305 176SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273526.796N0821055.263W

2309 53SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273738.06400N0820426.90400W

2310 54SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273734.10400N0820421.82800W

2311 55SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273659.54400N0820320.05200W

2312 58SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271319.99200N0821959.98800W

2313 62SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274125.04400N0821153.70000E

2314 65SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273328.58400N0820326.31600W

2315 66SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273324.66000N0820343.59600W

2316 67SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273325.12800N0820402.06400W

2317 68SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273323.65200N0820417.61600W

2318 69SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273305.61600N0820436.26400W

2319 72SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273145.37200N0820413.40400W

2320 73SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273125.35600N0820354.03600W

2321 74SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273138.64000N0820348.24000W

2322 75SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273131.80000N0820337.72800W

2323 76SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273106.92400N0820339.85200W

2324 77SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273052.41600N0820324.91200W

2325 78SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273237.32000N0820430.25200W

2328 84SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273847.43600N0821238.34000W

2329 85SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273908.96400N0821228.90800W

2330 86SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273940.93200N0821217.06400W

2331 87SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274012.10800N0821152.26000W

2332 88SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274111.32800N0821153.23200E

2333 90SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 280000.00000N0820000.00000W

2334 91SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 280000.00000N0820000.00000W

2335 92SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272914.71200N0820124.27600W

2336 93SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272926.66400N0820142.60000W

2337 94SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273019.54800N0820125.86000W

2338 95SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273101.09200N0820112.50400W

2339 96SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273118.91200N0820142.70800W

2340 97SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273119.70400N0820119.45200W

2341 98SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273141.95200N0820105.12400W

2342 99SG STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273215.10800N0820115.38400W

47


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2343 LTBridge STAFF GAUGE EXISTING STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273607.11720N0821240.16160W

ProposedMonitorWells/Piezometers

2344 3819 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274545.68340N0815723.65140W

2345 3820 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.39120N0820408.95440W

2346 3828 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.42000N0820408.95440W

2347 3829 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.42360N0820408.95440W

2348 3830 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.42720N0820408.95440W

2349 3842 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.47040N0820408.95440W

2350 3843 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.47400N0820408.95440W

2351 3844 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.47760N0820408.95440W

2352 3845 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.48120N0820408.95440W

2353 3847 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.48840N0820408.95440W

2354 3848 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.49200N0820408.95440W

2355 3849 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.49560N0820408.95440W

2356 3850 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.49920N0820408.95440W

2357 3851 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.50280N0820408.95440W

2358 3852 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.50640N0820408.95440W

2359 3853 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.51000N0820408.95440W

2360 3854 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.51360N0820408.95440W

2361 3855 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.51720N0820408.95440W

2362 3856 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.52080N0820408.95440W

2363 3857 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.52440N0820408.95440W

2364 3858 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.52800N0820408.95440W

2365 3859 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.53160N0820408.95440W

2366 3860 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.53520N0820408.95440W

2367 3861 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.53880N0820408.95440W

2368 3862 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.54240N0820408.95440W

2369 3863 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.54600N0820408.95440W

2370 3864 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.54960N0820408.95440W

2371 3865 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.55320N0820408.95440W

2372 3866 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.55680N0820408.95440W

2373 3868 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.56400N0820408.95440W

2374 3869 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273639.56760N0820408.95440W

2375 3870 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.38440N0821040.36440W

2376 3871 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.38800N0821040.36440W

2377 3872 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.39160N0821040.36440W

2378 3873 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.39520N0821040.36440W

2379 3874 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.39880N0821040.36440W

2380 3875 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.40240N0821040.36440W

2381 3876 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.40600N0821040.36440W

2382 3877 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.40960N0821040.36440W

2383 3878 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.41320N0821040.36440W

2384 3879 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.41680N0821040.36440W

2385 3880 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.42040N0821040.36440W

2386 3881 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.42400N0821040.36440W

2387 3882 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.42760N0821040.36440W

2388 3883 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.43120N0821040.36440W

2389 3884 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.43480N0821040.36440W

2390 3885 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.43840N0821040.36440W

2391 3886 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.44200N0821040.36440W

2392 3887 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.44560N0821040.36440W

2393 3888 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.44920N0821040.36440W

2394 3889 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.45280N0821040.36440W

2395 3890 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.45640N0821040.36440W

2396 3891 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.46000N0821040.36440W

2397 3892 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.46360N0821040.36440W

2398 3893 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.46720N0821040.36440W

2399 3894 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.47080N0821040.36440W

2400 3895 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.47440N0821040.36440W

2401 3896 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.47800N0821040.36440W

2402 3897 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.48160N0821040.36440W

2403 3898 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.48520N0821040.36440W

2404 3899 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.48880N0821040.36440W

2405 3900 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.49240N0821040.36440W

2406 3901 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.49600N0821040.36440W

2407 3902 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.49960N0821040.36440W

2408 3903 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.50320N0821040.36440W

2409 3904 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.50680N0821040.36440W

2410 3905 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.51040N0821040.36440W

2411 3906 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.51400N0821040.36440W

2412 3907 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.51760N0821040.36440W

2413 3908 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.52120N0821040.36440W

2414 3909 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.52480N0821040.36440W

2415 3910 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.52840N0821040.36440W

2416 3911 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.53200N0821040.36440W

2417 3912 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.53560N0821040.36440W

2418 3913 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.53920N0821040.36440W

2419 3914 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.54280N0821040.36440W

2420 3915 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.54640N0821040.36440W

48


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2421 3916 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.55000N0821040.36440W

2422 3917 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.55360N0821040.36440W

2423 3918 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.55720N0821040.36440W

2424 3919 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.56080N0821040.36440W

2425 3920 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.56440N0821040.36440W

2426 3921 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.56800N0821040.36440W

2427 3922 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.57160N0821040.36440W

2428 3923 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.57520N0821040.36440W

2429 3924 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.57880N0821040.36440W

2430 3925 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.58240N0821040.36440W

2431 3926 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.58600N0821040.36440W

2432 3927 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.58960N0821040.36440W

2433 3928 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.59320N0821040.36440W

2434 3929 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.59680N0821040.36440W

2435 3930 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.60040N0821040.36440W

2436 3931 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.60400N0821040.36440W

2437 3932 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.60760N0821040.36440W

2438 3933 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.61120N0821040.36440W

2439 3934 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.61480N0821040.36440W

2440 3935 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.61840N0821040.36440W

2441 3936 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.62200N0821040.36440W

2442 3937 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.62560N0821040.36440W

2443 3938 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.62920N0821040.36440W

2444 3939 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.63280N0821040.36440W

2445 3940 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.63640N0821040.36440W

2446 3941 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.64000N0821040.36440W

2447 3942 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.64360N0821040.36440W

2448 3943 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.64720N0821040.36440W

2449 3944 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.65080N0821040.36440W

2450 3945 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.65440N0821040.36440W

2451 3946 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.65800N0821040.36440W

2452 3947 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.66160N0821040.36440W

2453 3948 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.66520N0821040.36440W

2454 3949 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.66880N0821040.36440W

2455 3950 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.67240N0821040.36440W

2456 3951 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.67600N0821040.36440W

2457 3952 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.67960N0821040.36440W

2458 3953 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.68320N0821040.36440W

2459 3954 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.68680N0821040.36440W

2460 3955 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.69040N0821040.36440W

2461 3956 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.69400N0821040.36440W

2462 3957 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.69760N0821040.36440W

2463 3958 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.70120N0821040.36440W

2464 3959 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.70480N0821040.36440W

2465 3960 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.70840N0821040.36440W

2466 3961 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.71200N0821040.36440W

2467 3962 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.71560N0821040.36440W

2468 3963 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.71920N0821040.36440W

2469 3964 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.72280N0821040.36440W

2470 3965 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.72640N0821040.36440W

2471 3966 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.73000N0821040.36440W

2472 3967 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.73360N0821040.36440W

2473 3968 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.73720N0821040.36440W

2474 3969 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.74080N0821040.36440W

2475 3970 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.74440N0821040.36440W

2476 3971 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.74800N0821040.36440W

2477 3972 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.75160N0821040.36440W

2478 3973 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.75520N0821040.36440W

2479 3974 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.75880N0821040.36440W

2480 3975 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.76240N0821040.36440W

2481 3976 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.76600N0821040.36440W

2482 3977 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.76960N0821040.36440W

2483 3978 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.77320N0821040.36440W

2484 3979 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.77680N0821040.36440W

2485 3980 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.78040N0821040.36440W

2486 3981 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.78400N0821040.36440W

2487 3982 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.78760N0821040.36440W

2488 3983 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.79120N0821040.36440W

2489 3984 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.79480N0821040.36440W

2490 3985 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.79840N0821040.36440W

2491 3986 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.80200N0821040.36440W

2492 3987 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.80560N0821040.36440W

2493 3988 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.80920N0821040.36440W

2494 3989 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.81280N0821040.36440W

2495 3990 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.81640N0821040.36440W

2496 3991 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.82000N0821040.36440W

2497 3992 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.82360N0821040.36440W

2498 3993 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.82720N0821040.36440W

2499 3994 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.83080N0821040.36440W

2500 3995 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.83440N0821040.36440W

49


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2501 3996 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.83800N0821040.36440W

2502 3997 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.84160N0821040.36440W

2503 3998 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.84520N0821040.36440W

2504 3999 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.84880N0821040.36440W

2505 4000 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.85240N0821040.36440W

2506 4001 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.85600N0821040.36440W

2507 4002 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.85960N0821040.36440W

2508 4003 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.86320N0821040.36440W

2509 4004 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.86680N0821040.36440W

2510 4005 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.87040N0821040.36440W

2511 4006 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.87400N0821040.36440W

2512 4007 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.87760N0821040.36440W

2513 4008 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.88120N0821040.36440W

2514 4009 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.88480N0821040.36440W

2515 4010 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.88840N0821040.36440W

2516 4011 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.89200N0821040.36440W

2517 4012 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.89560N0821040.36440W

2518 4013 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.89920N0821040.36440W

2519 4014 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.90280N0821040.36440W

2520 4015 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.90640N0821040.36440W

2521 4016 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.91000N0821040.36440W

2522 4017 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.91360N0821040.36440W

2523 4018 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.91720N0821040.36440W

2524 4019 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274020.92080N0821040.36440W

2525 4020 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.67720N0821118.89880W

2526 4021 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.68080N0821118.89880W

2527 4022 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.68440N0821118.89880W

2528 4027 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.70240N0821118.89880W

2529 4031 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.71680N0821118.89880W

2530 4032 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.72040N0821118.89880W

2531 4033 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.72400N0821118.89880W

2532 4034 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.72760N0821118.89880W

2533 4035 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.73120N0821118.89880W

2534 4036 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.73480N0821118.89880W

2535 4037 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.73840N0821118.89880W

2536 4038 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.74200N0821118.89880W

2537 4039 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.74560N0821118.89880W

2538 4040 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.74920N0821118.89880W

2539 4041 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.75280N0821118.89880W

2540 4042 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.75640N0821118.89880W

2541 4043 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.76000N0821118.89880W

2542 4044 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.76360N0821118.89880W

2543 4045 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.76720N0821118.89880W

2544 4046 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.77080N0821118.89880W

2545 4047 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.77440N0821118.89880W

2546 4048 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.77800N0821118.89880W

2547 4049 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.78160N0821118.89880W

2548 4050 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.78520N0821118.89880W

2549 4051 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.78880N0821118.89880W

2550 4052 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.79240N0821118.89880W

2551 4053 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.79600N0821118.89880W

2552 4054 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.79960N0821118.89880W

2553 4055 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.80320N0821118.89880W

2554 4056 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.80680N0821118.89880W

2555 4057 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.81040N0821118.89880W

2556 4058 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.81400N0821118.89880W

2557 4059 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.81760N0821118.89880W

2558 4060 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.82120N0821118.89880W

2559 4061 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.82480N0821118.89880W

2560 4062 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.82840N0821118.89880W

2561 4063 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.83200N0821118.89880W

2562 4064 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.83560N0821118.89880W

2563 4065 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.83920N0821118.89880W

2564 4066 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.84280N0821118.89880W

2565 4067 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.84640N0821118.89880W

2566 4068 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.85000N0821118.89880W

2567 4069 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.85360N0821118.89880W

2568 4070 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.85720N0821118.89880W

2569 4071 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.86080N0821118.89880W

2570 4072 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.86440N0821118.89880W

2571 4073 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.86800N0821118.89880W

2572 4074 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.87160N0821118.89880W

2573 4075 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.87520N0821118.89880W

2574 4076 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.87880N0821118.89880W

2575 4077 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.88240N0821118.89880W

2576 4078 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.88600N0821118.89880W

2577 4079 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.88960N0821118.89880W

2578 4080 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.89320N0821118.89880W

2579 4081 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.89680N0821118.89880W

2580 4082 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.90040N0821118.89880W

50


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2581 4083 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.90400N0821118.89880W

2582 4084 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.90760N0821118.89880W

2583 4085 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.91120N0821118.89880W

2584 4086 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.91480N0821118.89880W

2585 4087 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.91840N0821118.89880W

2586 4088 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.92200N0821118.89880W

2587 4089 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.92560N0821118.89880W

2588 4090 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.92920N0821118.89880W

2589 4091 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.93280N0821118.89880W

2590 4092 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.93640N0821118.89880W

2591 4093 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.94000N0821118.89880W

2592 4094 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.94360N0821118.89880W

2593 4095 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.94720N0821118.89880W

2594 4096 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.95080N0821118.89880W

2595 4097 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.95440N0821118.89880W

2596 4098 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.95800N0821118.89880W

2597 4099 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.96160N0821118.89880W

2598 4100 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.96520N0821118.89880W

2599 4101 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.96880N0821118.89880W

2600 4102 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.97240N0821118.89880W

2601 4103 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.97600N0821118.89880W

2602 4104 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.97960N0821118.89880W

2603 4105 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.98320N0821118.89880W

2604 4106 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.98680N0821118.89880W

2605 4107 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273650.99040N0821118.89880W

2606 4115 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.01920N0821118.89880W

2607 4128 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.06600N0821118.89880W

2608 4129 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.06960N0821118.89880W

2609 4130 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.07320N0821118.89880W

2610 4131 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.07680N0821118.89880W

2611 4132 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.08040N0821118.89880W

2612 4133 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.08400N0821118.89880W

2613 4134 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.08760N0821118.89880W

2614 4135 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.09120N0821118.89880W

2615 4136 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.09480N0821118.89880W

2616 4137 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.09840N0821118.89880W

2617 4138 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.10200N0821118.89880W

2618 4139 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.10560N0821118.89880W

2619 4140 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.10920N0821118.89880W

2620 4141 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.11280N0821118.89880W

2621 4142 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.11640N0821118.89880W

2622 4143 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.12000N0821118.89880W

2623 4144 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.12360N0821118.89880W

2624 4145 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.12720N0821118.89880W

2625 4146 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.13080N0821118.89880W

2626 4147 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.13440N0821118.89880W

2627 4148 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.13800N0821118.89880W

2628 4149 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.14160N0821118.89880W

2629 4150 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.14520N0821118.89880W

2630 4151 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.14880N0821118.89880W

2631 4152 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.15240N0821118.89880W

2632 4153 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.15600N0821118.89880W

2633 4154 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.15960N0821118.89880W

2634 4155 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.16320N0821118.89880W

2635 4156 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.16680N0821118.89880W

2636 4157 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.17040N0821118.89880W

2637 4158 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.17400N0821118.89880W

2638 4159 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.17760N0821118.89880W

2639 4160 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.18120N0821118.89880W

2640 4161 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.18480N0821118.89880W

2641 4162 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.18840N0821118.89880W

2642 4163 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.19200N0821118.89880W

2643 4164 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.19560N0821118.89880W

2644 4165 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.19920N0821118.89880W

2645 4166 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.20280N0821118.89880W

2646 4167 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.20640N0821118.89880W

2647 4168 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.21000N0821118.89880W

2648 4169 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.21360N0821118.89880W

2649 4170 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.88920N0815631.74360W

2650 4171 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.89280N0815631.74360W

2651 4172 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.89640N0815631.74360W

2652 4173 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.90000N0815631.74360W

2653 4174 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.90360N0815631.74360W

2654 4175 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.90720N0815631.74360W

2655 4176 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.91080N0815631.74360W

2656 4177 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.91440N0815631.74360W

2657 4178 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.91800N0815631.74360W

2658 4179 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.92160N0815631.74360W

2659 4180 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.92520N0815631.74360W

2660 4181 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.92880N0815631.74360W

51


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2661 4182 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.93240N0815631.74360W

2662 4183 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.93600N0815631.74360W

2663 4184 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.93960N0815631.74360W

2664 4185 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.94320N0815631.74360W

2665 4186 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.94680N0815631.74360W

2666 4187 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.95040N0815631.74360W

2667 4188 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.95400N0815631.74360W

2668 4189 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.95760N0815631.74360W

2669 4190 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.96120N0815631.74360W

2670 4191 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.96480N0815631.74360W

2671 4192 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.96840N0815631.74360W

2672 4193 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.97200N0815631.74360W

2673 4194 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.97560N0815631.74360W

2674 4195 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.97920N0815631.74360W

2675 4196 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.98280N0815631.74360W

2676 4197 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.98640N0815631.74360W

2677 4198 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.99000N0815631.74360W

2678 4199 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.99360N0815631.74360W

2679 4200 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274639.99720N0815631.74360W

2680 4201 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.00080N0815631.74360W

2681 4202 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.00440N0815631.74360W

2682 4203 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.00800N0815631.74360W

2683 4204 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.01160N0815631.74360W

2684 4205 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.01520N0815631.74360W

2685 4206 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.01880N0815631.74360W

2686 4207 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.02240N0815631.74360W

2687 4208 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.02600N0815631.74360W

2688 4209 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.02960N0815631.74360W

2689 4210 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.03320N0815631.74360W

2690 4211 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.03680N0815631.74360W

2691 4212 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.04040N0815631.74360W

2692 4213 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.04400N0815631.74360W

2693 4214 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.04760N0815631.74360W

2694 4215 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.05120N0815631.74360W

2695 4216 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.05480N0815631.74360W

2696 4217 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.05840N0815631.74360W

2697 4218 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.06200N0815631.74360W

2698 4219 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.06560N0815631.74360W

2699 4220 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.06920N0815631.74360W

2700 4221 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.07280N0815631.74360W

2701 4222 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.07640N0815631.74360W

2702 4223 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.08000N0815631.74360W

2703 4224 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.08360N0815631.74360W

2704 4225 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.08720N0815631.74360W

2705 4226 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.09080N0815631.74360W

2706 4227 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.09440N0815631.74360W

2707 4228 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.09800N0815631.74360W

2708 4229 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.10160N0815631.74360W

2709 4230 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.10520N0815631.74360W

2710 4231 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.10880N0815631.74360W

2711 4232 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.11240N0815631.74360W

2712 4233 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.11600N0815631.74360W

2713 4234 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.11960N0815631.74360W

2714 4235 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.12320N0815631.74360W

2715 4236 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.12680N0815631.74360W

2716 4237 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.13040N0815631.74360W

2717 4238 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.13400N0815631.74360W

2718 4239 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.13760N0815631.74360W

2719 4240 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.14120N0815631.74360W

2720 4241 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.14480N0815631.74360W

2721 4242 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.14840N0815631.74360W

2722 4243 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.15200N0815631.74360W

2723 4244 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.15560N0815631.74360W

2724 4245 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.15920N0815631.74360W

2725 4246 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.16280N0815631.74360W

2726 4247 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.16640N0815631.74360W

2727 4248 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.17000N0815631.74360W

2728 4249 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.17360N0815631.74360W

2729 4250 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.17720N0815631.74360W

2730 4251 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.18080N0815631.74360W

2731 4252 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.18440N0815631.74360W

2732 4253 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.18800N0815631.74360W

2733 4254 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.19160N0815631.74360W

2734 4255 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.19520N0815631.74360W

2735 4256 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.19880N0815631.74360W

2736 4257 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.20240N0815631.74360W

2737 4258 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.20600N0815631.74360W

2738 4259 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.20960N0815631.74360W

2739 4260 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.21320N0815631.74360W

2740 4261 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.21680N0815631.74360W

52


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2741 4262 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.22040N0815631.74360W

2742 4263 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.22400N0815631.74360W

2743 4264 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.22760N0815631.74360W

2744 4265 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.23120N0815631.74360W

2745 4266 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.23480N0815631.74360W

2746 4267 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.23840N0815631.74360W

2747 4268 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.24200N0815631.74360W

2748 4269 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274640.24560N0815631.74360W

2749 4270 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.48840N0820912.44160W

2750 4271 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.49200N0820912.44160W

2751 4272 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.49560N0820912.44160W

2752 4273 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.49920N0820912.44160W

2753 4274 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.50280N0820912.44160W

2754 4275 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.50640N0820912.44160W

2755 4276 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.51000N0820912.44160W

2756 4277 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.51360N0820912.44160W

2757 4278 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.51720N0820912.44160W

2758 4279 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.52080N0820912.44160W

2759 4280 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.52440N0820912.44160W

2760 4281 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.52800N0820912.44160W

2761 4282 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.53160N0820912.44160W

2762 4283 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.53520N0820912.44160W

2763 4284 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.53880N0820912.44160W

2764 4285 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.54240N0820912.44160W

2765 4286 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.54600N0820912.44160W

2766 4287 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.54960N0820912.44160W

2767 4288 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.55320N0820912.44160W

2768 4289 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.55680N0820912.44160W

2769 4290 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.56040N0820912.44160W

2770 4291 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.56400N0820912.44160W

2771 4292 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.56760N0820912.44160W

2772 4293 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.57120N0820912.44160W

2773 4294 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.57480N0820912.44160W

2774 4295 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.57840N0820912.44160W

2775 4296 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.58200N0820912.44160W

2776 4297 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.58560N0820912.44160W

2777 4298 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.58920N0820912.44160W

2778 4299 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.59280N0820912.44160W

2779 4300 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.59640N0820912.44160W

2780 4301 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.60000N0820912.44160W

2781 4302 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.60360N0820912.44160W

2782 4303 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.60720N0820912.44160W

2783 4304 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.61080N0820912.44160W

2784 4305 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.61440N0820912.44160W

2785 4306 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.61800N0820912.44160W

2786 4307 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.62160N0820912.44160W

2787 4308 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.62520N0820912.44160W

2788 4309 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.62880N0820912.44160W

2789 4310 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.63240N0820912.44160W

2790 4311 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.63600N0820912.44160W

2791 4312 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.63960N0820912.44160W

2792 4313 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.64320N0820912.44160W

2793 4314 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.64680N0820912.44160W

2794 4315 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.65040N0820912.44160W

2795 4316 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.65400N0820912.44160W

2796 4317 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.65760N0820912.44160W

2797 4318 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.66120N0820912.44160W

2798 4319 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.66480N0820912.44160W

2799 4320 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.66840N0820912.44160W

2800 4321 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.67200N0820912.44160W

2801 4322 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.67560N0820912.44160W

2802 4323 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.67920N0820912.44160W

2803 4324 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.68280N0820912.44160W

2804 4325 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.68640N0820912.44160W

2805 4326 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.69000N0820912.44160W

2806 4327 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.69360N0820912.44160W

2807 4328 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.69720N0820912.44160W

2808 4329 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.70080N0820912.44160W

2809 4330 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.70440N0820912.44160W

2810 4331 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.70800N0820912.44160W

2811 4332 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.71160N0820912.44160W

2812 4333 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.71520N0820912.44160W

2813 4334 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.71880N0820912.44160W

2814 4335 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.72240N0820912.44160W

2815 4336 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.72600N0820912.44160W

2816 4337 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.72960N0820912.44160W

2817 4338 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.73320N0820912.44160W

2818 4339 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.73680N0820912.44160W

2819 4340 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.74040N0820912.44160W

2820 4341 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.74400N0820912.44160W

53


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2821 4342 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.74760N0820912.44160W

2822 4343 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.75120N0820912.44160W

2823 4344 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.75480N0820912.44160W

2824 4345 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.75840N0820912.44160W

2825 4346 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.76200N0820912.44160W

2826 4347 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.76560N0820912.44160W

2827 4348 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.76920N0820912.44160W

2828 4349 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.77280N0820912.44160W

2829 4350 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.77640N0820912.44160W

2830 4351 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.78000N0820912.44160W

2831 4352 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.78360N0820912.44160W

2832 4353 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.78720N0820912.44160W

2833 4354 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.79080N0820912.44160W

2834 4355 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.79440N0820912.44160W

2835 4356 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.79800N0820912.44160W

2836 4357 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.80160N0820912.44160W

2837 4358 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.80520N0820912.44160W

2838 4359 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.80880N0820912.44160W

2839 4360 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.81240N0820912.44160W

2840 4361 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.81600N0820912.44160W

2841 4362 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.81960N0820912.44160W

2842 4363 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.82320N0820912.44160W

2843 4364 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.82680N0820912.44160W

2844 4365 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.83040N0820912.44160W

2845 4366 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.83400N0820912.44160W

2846 4367 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.83760N0820912.44160W

2847 4368 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.84120N0820912.44160W

2848 4369 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.84480N0820912.44160W

2849 4370 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.84840N0820912.44160W

2850 4371 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.85200N0820912.44160W

2851 4372 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.85560N0820912.44160W

2852 4373 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.85920N0820912.44160W

2853 4374 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.86280N0820912.44160W

2854 4375 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.86640N0820912.44160W

2855 4376 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.87000N0820912.44160W

2856 4377 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.87360N0820912.44160W

2857 4378 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.87720N0820912.44160W

2858 4379 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.88080N0820912.44160W

2859 4380 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.88440N0820912.44160W

2860 4381 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.88800N0820912.44160W

2861 4382 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.89160N0820912.44160W

2862 4383 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.89520N0820912.44160W

2863 4384 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.89880N0820912.44160W

2864 4385 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.90240N0820912.44160W

2865 4386 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.90600N0820912.44160W

2866 4387 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.90960N0820912.44160W

2867 4388 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.91320N0820912.44160W

2868 4389 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.91680N0820912.44160W

2869 4390 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.92040N0820912.44160W

2870 4391 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.92400N0820912.44160W

2871 4392 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.92760N0820912.44160W

2872 4393 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.93120N0820912.44160W

2873 4394 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.93480N0820912.44160W

2874 4395 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.93840N0820912.44160W

2875 4396 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.94200N0820912.44160W

2876 4397 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.94560N0820912.44160W

2877 4398 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.94920N0820912.44160W

2878 4399 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.95280N0820912.44160W

2879 4400 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.95640N0820912.44160W

2880 4401 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.96000N0820912.44160W

2881 4402 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.96360N0820912.44160W

2882 4403 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.96720N0820912.44160W

2883 4404 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.97080N0820912.44160W

2884 4405 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.97440N0820912.44160W

2885 4406 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.97800N0820912.44160W

2886 4407 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.98160N0820912.44160W

2887 4408 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.98520N0820912.44160W

2888 4409 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.98880N0820912.44160W

2889 4410 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.99240N0820912.44160W

2890 4411 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.99600N0820912.44160W

2891 4412 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274409.99960N0820912.44160W

2892 4413 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274410.00320N0820912.44160W

2893 4414 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274410.00680N0820912.44160W

2894 4415 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274410.01040N0820912.44160W

2895 4416 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274410.01400N0820912.44160W

2896 4417 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274410.01760N0820912.44160W

2897 4418 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274410.02120N0820912.44160W

2898 4419 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 274410.02480N0820912.44160W

2899 4420 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.22480N0815755.69920W

2900 4421 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.22840N0815755.69920W

54


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2901 4422 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.23200N0815755.69920W

2902 4423 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.23560N0815755.69920W

2903 4424 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.23920N0815755.69920W

2904 4425 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.24280N0815755.69920W

2905 4426 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.24640N0815755.69920W

2906 4427 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.25000N0815755.69920W

2907 4428 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.25360N0815755.69920W

2908 4429 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.25720N0815755.69920W

2909 4430 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.26080N0815755.69920W

2910 4431 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.26440N0815755.69920W

2911 4432 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.26800N0815755.69920W

2912 4433 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.27160N0815755.69920W

2913 4434 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.27520N0815755.69920W

2914 4435 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.27880N0815755.69920W

2915 4436 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.28240N0815755.69920W

2916 4437 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.28600N0815755.69920W

2917 4438 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.28960N0815755.69920W

2918 4439 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.29320N0815755.69920W

2919 4440 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.29680N0815755.69920W

2920 4441 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.30040N0815755.69920W

2921 4442 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.30400N0815755.69920W

2922 4443 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.30760N0815755.69920W

2923 4444 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.31120N0815755.69920W

2924 4445 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.31480N0815755.69920W

2925 4446 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.31840N0815755.69920W

2926 4447 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.32200N0815755.69920W

2927 4448 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.32560N0815755.69920W

2928 4449 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.32920N0815755.69920W

2929 4450 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.33280N0815755.69920W

2930 4451 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.33640N0815755.69920W

2931 4452 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.34000N0815755.69920W

2932 4453 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.34360N0815755.69920W

2933 4454 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.34720N0815755.69920W

2934 4455 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.35080N0815755.69920W

2935 4456 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.35440N0815755.69920W

2936 4457 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.35800N0815755.69920W

2937 4458 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.36160N0815755.69920W

2938 4459 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.36520N0815755.69920W

2939 4460 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.36880N0815755.69920W

2940 4461 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.37240N0815755.69920W

2941 4462 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.37600N0815755.69920W

2942 4463 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.37960N0815755.69920W

2943 4464 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.38320N0815755.69920W

2944 4465 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.38680N0815755.69920W

2945 4466 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.39040N0815755.69920W

2946 4467 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.39400N0815755.69920W

2947 4468 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.39760N0815755.69920W

2948 4469 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.40120N0815755.69920W

2949 4470 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.40480N0815755.69920W

2950 4471 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.40840N0815755.69920W

2951 4472 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.41200N0815755.69920W

2952 4473 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.41560N0815755.69920W

2953 4474 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.41920N0815755.69920W

2954 4475 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.42280N0815755.69920W

2955 4476 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.42640N0815755.69920W

2956 4477 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.43000N0815755.69920W

2957 4478 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.43360N0815755.69920W

2958 4479 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.43720N0815755.69920W

2959 4480 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.44080N0815755.69920W

2960 4481 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.44440N0815755.69920W

2961 4482 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.44800N0815755.69920W

2962 4483 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.45160N0815755.69920W

2963 4484 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.45520N0815755.69920W

2964 4485 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.45880N0815755.69920W

2965 4486 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.46240N0815755.69920W

2966 4487 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.46600N0815755.69920W

2967 4488 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.46960N0815755.69920W

2968 4489 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.47320N0815755.69920W

2969 4490 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.47680N0815755.69920W

2970 4491 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.48040N0815755.69920W

2971 4492 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.48400N0815755.69920W

2972 4493 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.48760N0815755.69920W

2973 4494 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.49120N0815755.69920W

2974 4495 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.49480N0815755.69920W

2975 4496 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.49840N0815755.69920W

2976 4497 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.50200N0815755.69920W

2977 4498 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.50560N0815755.69920W

2978 4499 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.50920N0815755.69920W

2979 4500 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.51280N0815755.69920W

2980 4501 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.51640N0815755.69920W

55


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

2981 4502 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.52000N0815755.69920W

2982 4503 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.52360N0815755.69920W

2983 4504 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.52720N0815755.69920W

2984 4505 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.53080N0815755.69920W

2985 4506 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.53440N0815755.69920W

2986 4507 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.53800N0815755.69920W

2987 4508 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.54160N0815755.69920W

2988 4509 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.54520N0815755.69920W

2989 4510 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.54880N0815755.69920W

2990 4511 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.55240N0815755.69920W

2991 4512 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.55600N0815755.69920W

2992 4513 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.55960N0815755.69920W

2993 4514 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.56320N0815755.69920W

2994 4515 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.56680N0815755.69920W

2995 4516 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.57040N0815755.69920W

2996 4517 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.57400N0815755.69920W

2997 4518 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.57760N0815755.69920W

2998 4519 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.58120N0815755.69920W

2999 4520 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.58480N0815755.69920W

3000 4521 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.58840N0815755.69920W

3001 4522 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.59200N0815755.69920W

3002 4523 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.59560N0815755.69920W

3003 4524 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.59920N0815755.69920W

3004 4525 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.60280N0815755.69920W

3005 4526 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.60640N0815755.69920W

3006 4527 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.61000N0815755.69920W

3007 4528 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.61360N0815755.69920W

3008 4529 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.61720N0815755.69920W

3009 4530 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.62080N0815755.69920W

3010 4531 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.62440N0815755.69920W

3011 4532 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.62800N0815755.69920W

3012 4533 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.63160N0815755.69920W

3013 4534 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.63520N0815755.69920W

3014 4535 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.63880N0815755.69920W

3015 4536 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.64240N0815755.69920W

3016 4537 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.64600N0815755.69920W

3017 4538 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.64960N0815755.69920W

3018 4539 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.65320N0815755.69920W

3019 4540 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.65680N0815755.69920W

3020 4541 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.66040N0815755.69920W

3021 4542 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.66400N0815755.69920W

3022 4543 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.66760N0815755.69920W

3023 4544 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.67120N0815755.69920W

3024 4545 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.67480N0815755.69920W

3025 4546 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.67840N0815755.69920W

3026 4547 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.68200N0815755.69920W

3027 4548 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.68560N0815755.69920W

3028 4549 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.68920N0815755.69920W

3029 4550 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.69280N0815755.69920W

3030 4551 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.69640N0815755.69920W

3031 4552 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.70000N0815755.69920W

3032 4553 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.70360N0815755.69920W

3033 4554 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.70720N0815755.69920W

3034 4555 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.71080N0815755.69920W

3035 4556 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.71440N0815755.69920W

3036 4557 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.71800N0815755.69920W

3037 4558 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.72160N0815755.69920W

3038 4559 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.72520N0815755.69920W

3039 4560 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.72880N0815755.69920W

3040 4561 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.73240N0815755.69920W

3041 4562 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.73600N0815755.69920W

3042 4563 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.73960N0815755.69920W

3043 4564 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.74320N0815755.69920W

3044 4565 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.74680N0815755.69920W

3045 4566 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.75040N0815755.69920W

3046 4567 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.75400N0815755.69920W

3047 4568 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.75760N0815755.69920W

3048 4569 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 272908.76120N0815755.69920W

3049 4570 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.62760N0814640.35720W

3050 4571 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.63120N0814640.35720W

3051 4572 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.63480N0814640.35720W

3052 4573 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.63840N0814640.35720W

3053 4574 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.64200N0814640.35720W

3054 4575 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.64560N0814640.35720W

3055 4576 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.64920N0814640.35720W

3056 4577 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.65280N0814640.35720W

3057 4578 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.65640N0814640.35720W

3058 4579 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.66000N0814640.35720W

3059 4580 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.66360N0814640.35720W

3060 4581 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.66720N0814640.35720W

56


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3061 4582 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.67080N0814640.35720W

3062 4583 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.67440N0814640.35720W

3063 4584 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.67800N0814640.35720W

3064 4585 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.68160N0814640.35720W

3065 4586 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.68520N0814640.35720W

3066 4587 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.68880N0814640.35720W

3067 4588 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.69240N0814640.35720W

3068 4589 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.69600N0814640.35720W

3069 4590 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.69960N0814640.35720W

3070 4591 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.70320N0814640.35720W

3071 4592 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.70680N0814640.35720W

3072 4593 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.71040N0814640.35720W

3073 4594 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.71400N0814640.35720W

3074 4595 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.71760N0814640.35720W

3075 4596 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.72120N0814640.35720W

3076 4597 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.72480N0814640.35720W

3077 4598 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.72840N0814640.35720W

3078 4599 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.73200N0814640.35720W

3079 4600 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.73560N0814640.35720W

3080 4601 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.73920N0814640.35720W

3081 4602 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.74280N0814640.35720W

3082 4603 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.74640N0814640.35720W

3083 4604 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.75000N0814640.35720W

3084 4605 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.75360N0814640.35720W

3085 4606 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.75720N0814640.35720W

3086 4607 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.76080N0814640.35720W

3087 4608 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.76440N0814640.35720W

3088 4609 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.76800N0814640.35720W

3089 4610 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.77160N0814640.35720W

3090 4611 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.77520N0814640.35720W

3091 4612 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.77880N0814640.35720W

3092 4613 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.78240N0814640.35720W

3093 4614 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.78600N0814640.35720W

3094 4615 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.78960N0814640.35720W

3095 4616 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.79320N0814640.35720W

3096 4617 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.79680N0814640.35720W

3097 4618 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.80040N0814640.35720W

3098 4619 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.80400N0814640.35720W

3099 4620 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.80760N0814640.35720W

3100 4621 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.81120N0814640.35720W

3101 4622 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.81480N0814640.35720W

3102 4623 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.81840N0814640.35720W

3103 4624 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.82200N0814640.35720W

3104 4625 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.82560N0814640.35720W

3105 4626 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.82920N0814640.35720W

3106 4627 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.83280N0814640.35720W

3107 4628 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.83640N0814640.35720W

3108 4629 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.84000N0814640.35720W

3109 4630 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.84360N0814640.35720W

3110 4631 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.84720N0814640.35720W

3111 4632 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.85080N0814640.35720W

3112 4633 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.85440N0814640.35720W

3113 4634 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.85800N0814640.35720W

3114 4635 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.86160N0814640.35720W

3115 4636 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.86520N0814640.35720W

3116 4637 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.86880N0814640.35720W

3117 4638 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.87240N0814640.35720W

3118 4639 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.87600N0814640.35720W

3119 4640 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.87960N0814640.35720W

3120 4641 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.88320N0814640.35720W

3121 4642 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.88680N0814640.35720W

3122 4643 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.89040N0814640.35720W

3123 4644 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.89400N0814640.35720W

3124 4645 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.89760N0814640.35720W

3125 4646 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.90120N0814640.35720W

3126 4647 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.90480N0814640.35720W

3127 4648 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.90840N0814640.35720W

3128 4649 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.91200N0814640.35720W

3129 4650 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.91560N0814640.35720W

3130 4651 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.91920N0814640.35720W

3131 4652 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.92280N0814640.35720W

3132 4653 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.92640N0814640.35720W

3133 4654 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.93000N0814640.35720W

3134 4655 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.93360N0814640.35720W

3135 4656 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.93720N0814640.35720W

3136 4657 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.94080N0814640.35720W

3137 4658 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.94440N0814640.35720W

3138 4659 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.94800N0814640.35720W

3139 4660 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.95160N0814640.35720W

3140 4661 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.95520N0814640.35720W

57


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3141 4662 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.95880N0814640.35720W

3142 4663 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.96240N0814640.35720W

3143 4664 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.96600N0814640.35720W

3144 4665 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.96960N0814640.35720W

3145 4666 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.97320N0814640.35720W

3146 4667 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.97680N0814640.35720W

3147 4668 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.98040N0814640.35720W

3148 4669 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.98400N0814640.35720W

3149 4670 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.98760N0814640.35720W

3150 4671 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.99120N0814640.35720W

3151 4672 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.99480N0814640.35720W

3152 4673 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273651.99840N0814640.35720W

3153 4674 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.00200N0814640.35720W

3154 4675 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.00560N0814640.35720W

3155 4676 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.00920N0814640.35720W

3156 4677 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.01280N0814640.35720W

3157 4678 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.01640N0814640.35720W

3158 4679 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.02000N0814640.35720W

3159 4680 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.02360N0814640.35720W

3160 4681 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.02720N0814640.35720W

3161 4682 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.03080N0814640.35720W

3162 4683 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.03440N0814640.35720W

3163 4684 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.03800N0814640.35720W

3164 4685 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.04160N0814640.35720W

3165 4686 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.04520N0814640.35720W

3166 4687 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.04880N0814640.35720W

3167 4688 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.05240N0814640.35720W

3168 4689 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.05600N0814640.35720W

3169 4690 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.05960N0814640.35720W

3170 4691 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.06320N0814640.35720W

3171 4692 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.06680N0814640.35720W

3172 4693 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.07040N0814640.35720W

3173 4694 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.07400N0814640.35720W

3174 4695 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.07760N0814640.35720W

3175 4696 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.08120N0814640.35720W

3176 4697 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.08480N0814640.35720W

3177 4698 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.08840N0814640.35720W

3178 4699 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.09200N0814640.35720W

3179 4700 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.09560N0814640.35720W

3180 4701 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.09920N0814640.35720W

3181 4702 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.10280N0814640.35720W

3182 4703 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.10640N0814640.35720W

3183 4704 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.11000N0814640.35720W

3184 4705 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.11360N0814640.35720W

3185 4706 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.11720N0814640.35720W

3186 4707 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.12080N0814640.35720W

3187 4708 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.12440N0814640.35720W

3188 4709 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.12800N0814640.35720W

3189 4710 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.13160N0814640.35720W

3190 4711 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.13520N0814640.35720W

3191 4712 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.13880N0814640.35720W

3192 4713 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.14240N0814640.35720W

3193 4714 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.14600N0814640.35720W

3194 4715 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.14960N0814640.35720W

3195 4716 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.15320N0814640.35720W

3196 4717 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.15680N0814640.35720W

3197 4718 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.16040N0814640.35720W

3198 4719 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.16400N0814640.35720W

3199 4720 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.16760N0814640.35720W

3200 4721 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.17120N0814640.35720W

3201 4722 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.17480N0814640.35720W

3202 4723 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.17840N0814640.35720W

3203 4724 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.18200N0814640.35720W

3204 4725 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.18560N0814640.35720W

3205 4726 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.18920N0814640.35720W

3206 4727 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.19280N0814640.35720W

3207 4728 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.19640N0814640.35720W

3208 4729 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.20000N0814640.35720W

3209 4730 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.20360N0814640.35720W

3210 4731 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.20720N0814640.35720W

3211 4732 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.21080N0814640.35720W

3212 4733 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.21440N0814640.35720W

3213 4734 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.21800N0814640.35720W

3214 4735 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.22160N0814640.35720W

3215 4736 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.22520N0814640.35720W

3216 4737 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.22880N0814640.35720W

3217 4738 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.23240N0814640.35720W

3218 4739 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.23600N0814640.35720W

3219 4740 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.23960N0814640.35720W

3220 4741 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.24320N0814640.35720W

58


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3221 4742 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.24680N0814640.35720W

3222 4743 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.25040N0814640.35720W

3223 4744 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.25400N0814640.35720W

3224 4745 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.25760N0814640.35720W

3225 4746 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.26120N0814640.35720W

3226 4747 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.26480N0814640.35720W

3227 4748 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.26840N0814640.35720W

3228 4749 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.27200N0814640.35720W

3229 4750 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.27560N0814640.35720W

3230 4751 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.27920N0814640.35720W

3231 4752 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.28280N0814640.35720W

3232 4753 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.28640N0814640.35720W

3233 4754 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.29000N0814640.35720W

3234 4755 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.29360N0814640.35720W

3235 4756 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.29720N0814640.35720W

3236 4757 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.30080N0814640.35720W

3237 4758 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.30440N0814640.35720W

3238 4759 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.30800N0814640.35720W

3239 4760 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.31160N0814640.35720W

3240 4761 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.31520N0814640.35720W

3241 4762 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.31880N0814640.35720W

3242 4763 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.32240N0814640.35720W

3243 4764 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.32600N0814640.35720W

3244 4765 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.32960N0814640.35720W

3245 4766 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.33320N0814640.35720W

3246 4767 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.33680N0814640.35720W

3247 4768 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.34040N0814640.35720W

3248 4769 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.34400N0814640.35720W

3249 4770 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.34760N0814640.35720W

3250 4771 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.35120N0814640.35720W

3251 4772 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.35480N0814640.35720W

3252 4773 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.35840N0814640.35720W

3253 4774 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.36200N0814640.35720W

3254 4775 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.36560N0814640.35720W

3255 4776 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.36920N0814640.35720W

3256 4777 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.37280N0814640.35720W

3257 4778 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.37640N0814640.35720W

3258 4779 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.38000N0814640.35720W

3259 4780 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.38360N0814640.35720W

3260 4781 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.38720N0814640.35720W

3261 4782 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.39080N0814640.35720W

3262 4783 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.39440N0814640.35720W

3263 4784 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.39800N0814640.35720W

3264 4785 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.40160N0814640.35720W

3265 4786 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.40520N0814640.35720W

3266 4787 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.40880N0814640.35720W

3267 4788 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.41240N0814640.35720W

3268 4789 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.41600N0814640.35720W

3269 4790 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.41960N0814640.35720W

3270 4791 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.42320N0814640.35720W

3271 4792 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.42680N0814640.35720W

3272 4793 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.43040N0814640.35720W

3273 4794 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.43400N0814640.35720W

3274 4795 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.43760N0814640.35720W

3275 4796 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.44120N0814640.35720W

3276 4797 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.44480N0814640.35720W

3277 4798 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.44840N0814640.35720W

3278 4799 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.45200N0814640.35720W

3279 4800 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.45560N0814640.35720W

3280 4801 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.45920N0814640.35720W

3281 4802 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.46280N0814640.35720W

3282 4803 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.46640N0814640.35720W

3283 4804 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.47000N0814640.35720W

3284 4805 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.47360N0814640.35720W

3285 4806 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.47720N0814640.35720W

3286 4807 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.48080N0814640.35720W

3287 4808 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.48440N0814640.35720W

3288 4809 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.48800N0814640.35720W

3289 4810 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.49160N0814640.35720W

3290 4811 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.49520N0814640.35720W

3291 4812 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.49880N0814640.35720W

3292 4813 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.50240N0814640.35720W

3293 4814 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.50600N0814640.35720W

3294 4815 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.50960N0814640.35720W

3295 4816 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.51320N0814640.35720W

3296 4817 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.51680N0814640.35720W

3297 4818 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.52040N0814640.35720W

3298 4819 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.52400N0814640.35720W

3299 4820 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.52760N0814640.35720W

3300 4821 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.53120N0814640.35720W

59


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3301 4822 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.53480N0814640.35720W

3302 4823 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.53840N0814640.35720W

3303 4824 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.54200N0814640.35720W

3304 4825 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.54560N0814640.35720W

3305 4826 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.54920N0814640.35720W

3306 4827 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.55280N0814640.35720W

3307 4828 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.55640N0814640.35720W

3308 4829 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.56000N0814640.35720W

3309 4830 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.56360N0814640.35720W

3310 4831 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.56720N0814640.35720W

3311 4832 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.57080N0814640.35720W

3312 4833 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.57440N0814640.35720W

3313 4834 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.57800N0814640.35720W

3314 4835 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.58160N0814640.35720W

3315 4836 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.58520N0814640.35720W

3316 4837 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.58880N0814640.35720W

3317 4838 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.59240N0814640.35720W

3318 4839 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.59600N0814640.35720W

3319 4840 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.59960N0814640.35720W

3320 4841 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.60320N0814640.35720W

3321 4842 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.60680N0814640.35720W

3322 4843 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.61040N0814640.35720W

3323 4844 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.61400N0814640.35720W

3324 4845 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.61760N0814640.35720W

3325 4846 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.62120N0814640.35720W

3326 4847 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.62480N0814640.35720W

3327 4848 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.62840N0814640.35720W

3328 4849 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.63200N0814640.35720W

3329 4850 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.63560N0814640.35720W

3330 4851 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.63920N0814640.35720W

3331 4852 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.64280N0814640.35720W

3332 4853 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.64640N0814640.35720W

3333 4854 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.65000N0814640.35720W

3334 4855 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.65360N0814640.35720W

3335 4856 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.65720N0814640.35720W

3336 4857 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.66080N0814640.35720W

3337 4858 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.66440N0814640.35720W

3338 4859 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.66800N0814640.35720W

3339 4860 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.67160N0814640.35720W

3340 4861 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.67520N0814640.35720W

3341 4862 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.67880N0814640.35720W

3342 4863 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.68240N0814640.35720W

3343 4864 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.68600N0814640.35720W

3344 4865 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.68960N0814640.35720W

3345 4866 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.69320N0814640.35720W

3346 4867 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.69680N0814640.35720W

3347 4868 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.70040N0814640.35720W

3348 4869 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273652.70400N0814640.35720W

3349 4870 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.97080N0820420.31240W

3350 4871 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.97440N0820420.31240W

3351 4872 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.97800N0820420.31240W

3352 4873 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.98160N0820420.31240W

3353 4874 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.98520N0820420.31240W

3354 4875 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.98880N0820420.31240W

3355 4876 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.99240N0820420.31240W

3356 4877 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.99600N0820420.31240W

3357 4878 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273012.99960N0820420.31240W

3358 4879 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.00320N0820420.31240W

3359 4880 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.00680N0820420.31240W

3360 4881 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.01040N0820420.31240W

3361 4882 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.01400N0820420.31240W

3362 4883 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.01760N0820420.31240W

3363 4884 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.02120N0820420.31240W

3364 4885 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.02480N0820420.31240W

3365 4886 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.02840N0820420.31240W

3366 4887 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.03200N0820420.31240W

3367 4888 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.03560N0820420.31240W

3368 4889 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.03920N0820420.31240W

3369 4890 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.04280N0820420.31240W

3370 4891 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.04640N0820420.31240W

3371 4892 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.05000N0820420.31240W

3372 4893 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.05360N0820420.31240W

3373 4894 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.05720N0820420.31240W

3374 4895 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.06080N0820420.31240W

3375 4896 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.06440N0820420.31240W

3376 4897 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.06800N0820420.31240W

3377 4898 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.07160N0820420.31240W

3378 4899 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.07520N0820420.31240W

3379 4900 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.07880N0820420.31240W

3380 4901 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.08240N0820420.31240W

60


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3381 4902 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.08600N0820420.31240W

3382 4903 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.08960N0820420.31240W

3383 4904 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.09320N0820420.31240W

3384 4905 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.09680N0820420.31240W

3385 4906 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.10040N0820420.31240W

3386 4907 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.10400N0820420.31240W

3387 4908 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.10760N0820420.31240W

3388 4909 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.11120N0820420.31240W

3389 4910 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.11480N0820420.31240W

3390 4911 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.11840N0820420.31240W

3391 4912 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.12200N0820420.31240W

3392 4913 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.12560N0820420.31240W

3393 4914 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.12920N0820420.31240W

3394 4915 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.13280N0820420.31240W

3395 4916 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.13640N0820420.31240W

3396 4917 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.14000N0820420.31240W

3397 4918 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.14360N0820420.31240W

3398 4919 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.14720N0820420.31240W

3399 4920 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.15080N0820420.31240W

3400 4921 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.15440N0820420.31240W

3401 4922 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.15800N0820420.31240W

3402 4923 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.16160N0820420.31240W

3403 4924 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.16520N0820420.31240W

3404 4925 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.16880N0820420.31240W

3405 4926 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.17240N0820420.31240W

3406 4927 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.17600N0820420.31240W

3407 4928 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.17960N0820420.31240W

3408 4929 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.18320N0820420.31240W

3409 4930 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.18680N0820420.31240W

3410 4931 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.19040N0820420.31240W

3411 4932 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.19400N0820420.31240W

3412 4933 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.19760N0820420.31240W

3413 4934 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.20120N0820420.31240W

3414 4935 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.20480N0820420.31240W

3415 4936 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.20840N0820420.31240W

3416 4937 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.21200N0820420.31240W

3417 4938 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.21560N0820420.31240W

3418 4939 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.21920N0820420.31240W

3419 4940 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.22280N0820420.31240W

3420 4941 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.22640N0820420.31240W

3421 4942 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.23000N0820420.31240W

3422 4943 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.23360N0820420.31240W

3423 4944 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.23720N0820420.31240W

3424 4945 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.24080N0820420.31240W

3425 4946 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.24440N0820420.31240W

3426 4947 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.24800N0820420.31240W

3427 4948 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.25160N0820420.31240W

3428 4949 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.25520N0820420.31240W

3429 4950 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.25880N0820420.31240W

3430 4951 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.26240N0820420.31240W

3431 4952 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.26600N0820420.31240W

3432 4953 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.26960N0820420.31240W

3433 4954 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.27320N0820420.31240W

3434 4955 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.27680N0820420.31240W

3435 4956 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.28040N0820420.31240W

3436 4957 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.28400N0820420.31240W

3437 4958 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.28760N0820420.31240W

3438 4959 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.29120N0820420.31240W

3439 4960 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.29480N0820420.31240W

3440 4961 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.29840N0820420.31240W

3441 4962 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.30200N0820420.31240W

3442 4963 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.30560N0820420.31240W

3443 4964 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.30920N0820420.31240W

3444 4965 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.31280N0820420.31240W

3445 4966 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.31640N0820420.31240W

3446 4967 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.32000N0820420.31240W

3447 4968 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.32360N0820420.31240W

3448 4969 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.32720N0820420.31240W

3449 4970 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.33080N0820420.31240W

3450 4971 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.33440N0820420.31240W

3451 4972 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.33800N0820420.31240W

3452 4973 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.34160N0820420.31240W

3453 4974 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.34520N0820420.31240W

3454 4975 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.34880N0820420.31240W

3455 4976 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.35240N0820420.31240W

3456 4977 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.35600N0820420.31240W

3457 4978 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.35960N0820420.31240W

3458 4979 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.36320N0820420.31240W

3459 4980 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.36680N0820420.31240W

3460 4981 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.37040N0820420.31240W

61


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3461 4982 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.37400N0820420.31240W

3462 4983 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.37760N0820420.31240W

3463 4984 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.38120N0820420.31240W

3464 4985 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.38480N0820420.31240W

3465 4986 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.38840N0820420.31240W

3466 4987 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.39200N0820420.31240W

3467 4988 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.39560N0820420.31240W

3468 4989 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.39920N0820420.31240W

3469 4990 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.40280N0820420.31240W

3470 4991 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.40640N0820420.31240W

3471 4992 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.41000N0820420.31240W

3472 4993 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.41360N0820420.31240W

3473 4994 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.41720N0820420.31240W

3474 4995 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.42080N0820420.31240W

3475 4996 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.42440N0820420.31240W

3476 4997 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.42800N0820420.31240W

3477 4998 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.43160N0820420.31240W

3478 4999 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.43520N0820420.31240W

3479 5000 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.43880N0820420.31240W

3480 5001 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.44240N0820420.31240W

3481 5002 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.44600N0820420.31240W

3482 5003 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.44960N0820420.31240W

3483 5004 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.45320N0820420.31240W

3484 5005 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.45680N0820420.31240W

3485 5006 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.46040N0820420.31240W

3486 5007 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.46400N0820420.31240W

3487 5008 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.46760N0820420.31240W

3488 5009 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.47120N0820420.31240W

3489 5010 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.47480N0820420.31240W

3490 5011 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.47840N0820420.31240W

3491 5012 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.48200N0820420.31240W

3492 5013 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.48560N0820420.31240W

3493 5014 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.48920N0820420.31240W

3494 5015 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.49280N0820420.31240W

3495 5016 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.49640N0820420.31240W

3496 5017 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.50000N0820420.31240W

3497 5018 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.50360N0820420.31240W

3498 5019 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.50720N0820420.31240W

3499 5020 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 273013.51080N0820420.31240W

3500 5021 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.05760N0820317.02800W

3501 5022 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.06120N0820317.02800W

3502 5023 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.06480N0820317.02800W

3503 5024 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.06840N0820317.02800W

3504 5025 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.07200N0820317.02800W

3505 5026 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.07560N0820317.02800W

3506 5027 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.07920N0820317.02800W

3507 5028 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.08280N0820317.02800W

3508 5029 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.08640N0820317.02800W

3509 5030 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.09000N0820317.02800W

3510 5031 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.09360N0820317.02800W

3511 5032 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.09720N0820317.02800W

3512 5033 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.10080N0820317.02800W

3513 5034 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.10440N0820317.02800W

3514 5035 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.10800N0820317.02800W

3515 5036 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.11160N0820317.02800W

3516 5037 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.11520N0820317.02800W

3517 5038 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.11880N0820317.02800W

3518 5039 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.12240N0820317.02800W

3519 5040 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.12600N0820317.02800W

3520 5041 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.12960N0820317.02800W

3521 5042 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.13320N0820317.02800W

3522 5043 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.13680N0820317.02800W

3523 5044 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.14040N0820317.02800W

3524 5045 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.14400N0820317.02800W

3525 5046 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.14760N0820317.02800W

3526 5047 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.15120N0820317.02800W

3527 5048 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.15480N0820317.02800W

3528 5049 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.15840N0820317.02800W

3529 5050 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.16200N0820317.02800W

3530 5051 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.16560N0820317.02800W

3531 5052 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.16920N0820317.02800W

3532 5053 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.17280N0820317.02800W

3533 5054 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.17640N0820317.02800W

3534 5055 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.18000N0820317.02800W

3535 5056 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.18360N0820317.02800W

3536 5057 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.18720N0820317.02800W

3537 5058 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.19080N0820317.02800W

3538 5059 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.19440N0820317.02800W

3539 5060 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.19800N0820317.02800W

3540 5061 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.20160N0820317.02800W

62


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3541 5062 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.20520N0820317.02800W

3542 5063 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.20880N0820317.02800W

3543 5064 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.21240N0820317.02800W

3544 5065 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.21600N0820317.02800W

3545 5066 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.21960N0820317.02800W

3546 5067 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.22320N0820317.02800W

3547 5068 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.22680N0820317.02800W

3548 5069 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.23040N0820317.02800W

3549 5070 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.23400N0820317.02800W

3550 5071 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.23760N0820317.02800W

3551 5072 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.24120N0820317.02800W

3552 5073 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.24480N0820317.02800W

3553 5074 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.24840N0820317.02800W

3554 5075 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.25200N0820317.02800W

3555 5076 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.25560N0820317.02800W

3556 5077 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.25920N0820317.02800W

3557 5078 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.26280N0820317.02800W

3558 5079 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.26640N0820317.02800W

3559 5080 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.27000N0820317.02800W

3560 5081 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.27360N0820317.02800W

3561 5082 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.27720N0820317.02800W

3562 5083 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.28080N0820317.02800W

3563 5084 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.28440N0820317.02800W

3564 5085 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.28800N0820317.02800W

3565 5086 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.29160N0820317.02800W

3566 5087 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.29520N0820317.02800W

3567 5088 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.29880N0820317.02800W

3568 5089 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.30240N0820317.02800W

3569 5090 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.30600N0820317.02800W

3570 5091 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.30960N0820317.02800W

3571 5092 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.31320N0820317.02800W

3572 5093 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.31680N0820317.02800W

3573 5094 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.32040N0820317.02800W

3574 5095 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.32400N0820317.02800W

3575 5096 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.32760N0820317.02800W

3576 5097 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.33120N0820317.02800W

3577 5098 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.33480N0820317.02800W

3578 5099 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.33840N0820317.02800W

3579 5100 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.34200N0820317.02800W

3580 5101 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.34560N0820317.02800W

3581 5102 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.34920N0820317.02800W

3582 5103 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.35280N0820317.02800W

3583 5104 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.35640N0820317.02800W

3584 5105 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.36000N0820317.02800W

3585 5106 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.36360N0820317.02800W

3586 5107 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.36720N0820317.02800W

3587 5108 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.37080N0820317.02800W

3588 5109 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.37440N0820317.02800W

3589 5110 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.37800N0820317.02800W

3590 5111 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.38160N0820317.02800W

3591 5112 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.38520N0820317.02800W

3592 5113 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.38880N0820317.02800W

3593 5114 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.39240N0820317.02800W

3594 5115 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.39600N0820317.02800W

3595 5116 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.39960N0820317.02800W

3596 5117 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.40320N0820317.02800W

3597 5118 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.40680N0820317.02800W

3598 5119 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.41040N0820317.02800W

3599 5120 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.41400N0820317.02800W

3600 5121 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.41760N0820317.02800W

3601 5122 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.42120N0820317.02800W

3602 5123 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.42480N0820317.02800W

3603 5124 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.42840N0820317.02800W

3604 5125 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.43200N0820317.02800W

3605 5126 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.43560N0820317.02800W

3606 5127 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.43920N0820317.02800W

3607 5128 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.44280N0820317.02800W

3608 5129 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.44640N0820317.02800W

3609 5130 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.45000N0820317.02800W

3610 5131 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.45360N0820317.02800W

3611 5132 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.45720N0820317.02800W

3612 5133 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.46080N0820317.02800W

3613 5134 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.46440N0820317.02800W

3614 5135 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.46800N0820317.02800W

3615 5136 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.47160N0820317.02800W

3616 5137 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.47520N0820317.02800W

3617 5138 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.47880N0820317.02800W

3618 5139 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.48240N0820317.02800W

3619 5140 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.48600N0820317.02800W

3620 5141 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.48960N0820317.02800W

63


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3621 5142 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.49320N0820317.02800W

3622 5143 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.49680N0820317.02800W

3623 5144 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.50040N0820317.02800W

3624 5145 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.50400N0820317.02800W

3625 5146 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.50760N0820317.02800W

3626 5147 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.51120N0820317.02800W

3627 5148 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.51480N0820317.02800W

3628 5149 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.51840N0820317.02800W

3629 5150 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.52200N0820317.02800W

3630 5151 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.52560N0820317.02800W

3631 5152 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.52920N0820317.02800W

3632 5153 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.53280N0820317.02800W

3633 5154 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.53640N0820317.02800W

3634 5155 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.54000N0820317.02800W

3635 5156 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.54360N0820317.02800W

3636 5157 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.54720N0820317.02800W

3637 5158 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.55080N0820317.02800W

3638 5159 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.55440N0820317.02800W

3639 5160 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.55800N0820317.02800W

3640 5161 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.56160N0820317.02800W

3641 5162 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.56520N0820317.02800W

3642 5163 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.56880N0820317.02800W

3643 5164 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.57240N0820317.02800W

3644 5165 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.57600N0820317.02800W

3645 5166 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.57960N0820317.02800W

3646 5167 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.58320N0820317.02800W

3647 5168 MONITOR PROPOSED SURFICIAL AQUIFER Per EMP 271509.58680N0820317.02800W


3648 162SG STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273323.24820N0820322.21920W

3649 163 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273634.74360N0820333.47280W

3650 164 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273634.74720N0820333.47280W

3651 165 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273634.75080N0820333.47280W

3652 166 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273634.75440N0820333.47280W

3653 167 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273634.75800N0820333.47280W

3654 168 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.50760N0821156.87520W

3655 169 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.51120N0821156.87520W

3656 170 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.51480N0821156.87520W

3657 171 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.51840N0821156.87520W

3658 172 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.52200N0821156.87520W

3659 173 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.52560N0821156.87520W

3660 174 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.52920N0821156.87520W

3661 177 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.54000N0821156.87520W

3662 178 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.54360N0821156.87520W

3663 179 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.54720N0821156.87520W

3664 180 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.55080N0821156.87520W

3665 181 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.55440N0821156.87520W

3666 182 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274142.55800N0821156.87520W

3667 183 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.83880N0821217.42760W

3668 184 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.84240N0821217.42760W

3669 185 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.84600N0821217.42760W

3670 186 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.84960N0821217.42760W

3671 187 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.85320N0821217.42760W

3672 188 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.85680N0821217.42760W

3673 189 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.86040N0821217.42760W

3674 190 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.86400N0821217.42760W

3675 191 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.86760N0821217.42760W

3676 192 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273627.87120N0821217.42760W

3677 193 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274657.85680N0815224.67920W

3678 194 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274657.86040N0815224.67920W

3679 195 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274657.86400N0815224.67920W

3680 196 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274657.86760N0815224.67920W

3681 197 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.25840N0820949.31640W

3682 198 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.26200N0820949.31640W

3683 199 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.26560N0820949.31640W

3684 200 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.26920N0820949.31640W

3685 201 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.27280N0820949.31640W

3686 202 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.27640N0820949.31640W

3687 203 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.28000N0820949.31640W

3688 204 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.28360N0820949.31640W

3689 205 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.28720N0820949.31640W

3690 206 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.29080N0820949.31640W

3691 207 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.29440N0820949.31640W

3692 208 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.29800N0820949.31640W

3693 209 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.30160N0820949.31640W

3694 210 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.30520N0820949.31640W

3695 211 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 274432.30880N0820949.31640W

3696 212 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.70440N0815806.84120W

3697 213 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.70800N0815806.84120W

3698 214 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.71160N0815806.84120W

64


District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3699 215 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.71520N0815806.84120W

3700 216 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.71880N0815806.84120W

3701 217 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.72240N0815806.84120W

3702 218 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.72600N0815806.84120W

3703 219 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.72960N0815806.84120W

3704 220 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.73320N0815806.84120W

3705 221 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.73680N0815806.84120W

3706 222 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.74040N0815806.84120W

3707 223 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.74400N0815806.84120W

3708 224 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.74760N0815806.84120W

3709 225 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.75120N0815806.84120W

3710 226 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.75480N0815806.84120W

3711 227 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.75840N0815806.84120W

3712 228 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.76200N0815806.84120W

3713 229 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.76560N0815806.84120W

3714 230 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.76920N0815806.84120W

3715 231 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 272900.77280N0815806.84120W

3716 232 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.71920N0814714.02080W

3717 233 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.72280N0814714.02080W

3718 234 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.72640N0814714.02080W

3719 235 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.73000N0814714.02080W

3720 236 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.73360N0814714.02080W

3721 237 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.73720N0814714.02080W

3722 238 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.74080N0814714.02080W

3723 239 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.74440N0814714.02080W

3724 240 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.74800N0814714.02080W

3725 241 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.75160N0814714.02080W

3726 242 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.75520N0814714.02080W

3727 243 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.75880N0814714.02080W

3728 244 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.76240N0814714.02080W

3729 245 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.76600N0814714.02080W

3730 246 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.76960N0814714.02080W

3731 247 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.77320N0814714.02080W

3732 248 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.77680N0814714.02080W

3733 249 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.78040N0814714.02080W

3734 250 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.78400N0814714.02080W

3735 251 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.78760N0814714.02080W

3736 252 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.79120N0814714.02080W

3737 253 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.79480N0814714.02080W

3738 254 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.79840N0814714.02080W

3739 255 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.80200N0814714.02080W

3740 256 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.80560N0814714.02080W

3741 257 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.80920N0814714.02080W

3742 258 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.81280N0814714.02080W

3743 259 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.81640N0814714.02080W

3744 260 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.82000N0814714.02080W

3745 261 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.82360N0814714.02080W

3746 262 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.82720N0814714.02080W

3747 263 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.83080N0814714.02080W

3748 264 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.83440N0814714.02080W

3749 265 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.83800N0814714.02080W

3750 266 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273644.84160N0814714.02080W

3751 267 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.07640N0820333.31800W

3752 268 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.08000N0820333.31800W

3753 269 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.08360N0820333.31800W

3754 270 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.08720N0820333.31800W

3755 271 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.09080N0820333.31800W

3756 272 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.09440N0820333.31800W

3757 273 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.09800N0820333.31800W

3758 274 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.10160N0820333.31800W

3759 275 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.10520N0820333.31800W

3760 276 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.10880N0820333.31800W

3761 277 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.11240N0820333.31800W

3762 278 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.11600N0820333.31800W

3763 279 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.11960N0820333.31800W

3764 280 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.12320N0820333.31800W

3765 281 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.12680N0820333.31800W

3766 281 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.13040N0820333.31800W

3767 283 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.13400N0820333.31800W

3768 284 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.13760N0820333.31800W

3769 285 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.14120N0820333.31800W

3770 286 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 273037.14480N0820333.31800W

3771 287 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.18600N0820318.89640W

3772 288 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.18960N0820318.89640W

3773 289 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.19320N0820318.89640W

3774 290 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.19680N0820318.89640W

3775 291 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.20040N0820318.89640W

3776 292 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.20400N0820318.89640W

3777 293 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.20760N0820318.89640W

3778 294 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.21120N0820318.89640W

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District ID No. Permittee ID No. Type Status Aquifer System Reporting Frequency Latitude/Longitude

3779 295 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.21480N0820318.89640W

3780 296 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.21840N0820318.89640W

3781 297 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.22200N0820318.89640W

3782 298 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.22560N0820318.89640W

3783 299 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.22920N0820318.89640W

3784 300 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.23280N0820318.89640W

3785 301 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.23640N0820318.89640W

3786 302 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.24000N0820318.89640W

3787 303 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.24360N0820318.89640W

3788 304 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.24720N0820318.89640W

3789 305 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.25080N0820318.89640W

3790 306 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.25440N0820318.89640W

3791 307 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.25800N0820318.89640W

3792 308 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.26160N0820318.89640W

3793 309 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.26520N0820318.89640W

3794 310 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.26880N0820318.89640W

3795 311 STAFF GUAGE PROPOSED STREAM / WETLAND Per EMP 271436.27240N0820318.89640W

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EXHIBIT E


ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT PLAN

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MosaicFertilizer,LLC

WUPNo.20011400.025

EnvironmentalManagementPlan

January25,2012



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Section

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4

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Section 1.0 – Mandatory Mitigation Distance (MMD) 7

Section 2.0 – Guidelines for the Use of the Drawdown Mitigation Agreement (DMA) 8

Section 3.0 – Surficial Aquifer System (SAS) Management Techniques 9

9

Section 4.0 – Surficial Aquifer System Monitoring Plan Requirements 9

Section 5.0 – Qualitative/Quantitative Monitoring Requirements 10

Section 6.0 – Ongoing Monitoring, Problem Identification and Triggers 10

12

Section 7.0 – Resolving Identified Internal or External Trigger Conditions 12

Section 8.0 - Water Table Recovery 13

Section 9.0 – Evaluating and Offsetting Unacceptable Adverse Impacts to Wetlands 14

14

Section 10.0 Reporting Requirements 14

Appendix A – Drawdown Mitigation Agreement (DMA) Form

Appendix B – Environmental Transect Monitoring (ETM) Form and Instructions

Appendix C – Ongoing Monitoring, Problem Identification and Triggers Matrix

Appendix D – Location Map of Established Mandatory Mitigation Distances

Appendix E – Surficial Aquifer System Monitoring Plan and Site Specific Mitigation Plan

Checklist


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Mosaic submitted an application to the Southwest Florida Water Management District (the District) on

June 23, 2006, to renew and consolidate the existing Water Use Permits (WUP) associated with Mosaic’s

ongoing mining, mineral processing and fertilizer manufacturing operations. The purpose of the integrated

WUP is to enhance regulatory compliance, resource management, conservation, and overall system

integration and sustainability. In response to this application, the District requested additional information

including this Environmental Management Plan (EMP). Implementation of the EMP will provide

reasonable assurance that the District’s Water Use Permit Application Criteria and the Conditions for

Issuance in Chapter 40D-2, F.A.C., and the Water Use Permit Basis of Review incorporated therein by

reference, are met through the duration of the WUP. The EMP provides reasonable assurance that the

water table will be managed adjacent to and within protected environmental features so as to comply with

the applicable performance standards set forth in Section 4.2 of the WUP Basis of Review.

Due to significant interaction between Mosaic and District staff, numerous enhancements to the industry’s

historical approach to water table management have been developed and implemented herein. A

substantial number of these enhancements have already occurred in advance of this EMP, including:







Investment in the installation of widespread water table monitoring networks to ensure a

minimum of two years of pre-mining data collection at each future mine area (the EMP

will require the collection of a baseline data set, typically four years of data).

Hiring of a hydrogeologist to assist Mosaic’s operations personnel in the design of future

mitigation plans.

Detailed investigation of the overburden lithology and hydrogeologic characteristics along

the boundary of future mining areas.

Use of SEEP/W modeling software and data on site specific characteristics of each site

to design appropriate ground water mitigation systems.

Implementation of weekly perimeter inspections which focus on the operating levels,

water quality, and condition of recharge systems across Mosaic’s active mining areas.

Initiation of three pilot studies to investigate and demonstrate the efficacy of water table

management approaches to be used in this EMP.

This EMP is designed to accomplish four overall tasks:

1. Prevention - identify the measures that will be used to prevent Adverse Impacts to

protected environmental features, water resources, off-site land uses, and existing legal uses.

2. Monitoring - define the pre-mining, during mining, and post-mining monitoring necessary

to ensure that potential concerns are identified before Adverse Impacts result.

3. Corrective Action - provide a framework and approach to undertake specified corrective

actions to address identified problems.

4. Reporting - define the reporting requirements.

The following provides details on each component of the EMP. Mosaic will, to the greatest extent

practicable, follow the procedures outlined in the EMP. Where deviations from the EMP are required due

to unforeseen circumstances, or site specific considerations, Mosaic will work with the District to develop

and implement alternative approaches and solutions.


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As used with respect to this EMP, the following terms are defined as follows:

– Activities that

may dewater or otherwise withdraw water from the SAS such as Best Management Practices (BMP)

construction, water table maintenance ditch construction, dewatering well operation, or secondary pit

dewatering,

– Impacts to protected environmental features resulting from the withdrawals

authorized by this Integrated Water Use Permit, that are not short term impacts (e.g., one wet/dry season

or less) and which fail to meet the environmental performance standards contained in Section 4 of the

District’s WUP Basis of Review.

– Minimum of four years of SAS data collected prior to any Mine Activities, as defined

herein. Alternatives to the use of a four year baseline data collection period are addressed in section 6.0

below.

– Typically a four year period of monitoring, or as may otherwise be

developed by Mosaic and the District on a site specific basis.

– A relative term to describe the vertical distance that the elevation of the water table in the

surficial aquifer, or the pressure head of the potentiometric surface of a confined aquifer, is lowered due

to the removal of water from that hydrologic system.

– An agreement between Mosaic and a property owner within

the Mandatory Mitigation Distance, as measured outward from Mosaic’s property boundary, which

satisfies the requirement that offsite land uses or existing legal uses are not adversely impacted, or are

properly resolved, on such properties where no protected environmental features exist. Mosaic may seek

to obtain a DMA on a case-by-case basis and where applicable. All executed Agreements will run with the

land, and will be recorded with the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county in which the property is located.

– A permitted current use of the water resource in accordance with Rule 40D-2.041,

F.A.C., permitting thresholds, and Rule 40D-2.051, F.A.C., exemptions.

– The water level and duration which requires Mosaic to notify the District and initiate

investigative measures and take corrective actions, if necessary. This trigger is reached during the dry

season (October through May) when the measurement at specified piezometers is less than the dry

season P95 value for a period of three consecutive weekly monitoring events. The external trigger is

reached during the wet season (June through September) when the measurement at specified

piezometers is less than the wet season P95 value for a period of two consecutive weekly monitoring

events.

– The range of water levels observed at a monitoring location(s) during the baseline

monitoring period that reflects pre-project conditions, and which shall constitute the normal range of water

levels for determining compliance with the performance standards outlined in Section 4.2 of the District’s

WUP Basis of Review. As appropriate, Mosaic may augment this data with other information or analysis

which accounts for the range of values present under current or pre-project hydrologic/climatic conditions

so as to establish a more reliable range of historic water table levels.

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– A graphical representation of SAS water level fluctuations over time, where SAS water

levels are expressed as the elevation in feet referenced to a specified vertical datum.

– The water level and duration which requires Mosaic to initiate investigative measures

and take corrective actions if necessary. This trigger occurs immediately upon specified piezometer’s

water level range dropping below the P95 elevation for the appropriate season.

–The minimum distance between Mine Activities (as defined

below) and a protected environmental feature or property boundary where if the minimum distance is not

maintained, a Site Specific Drawdown Mitigation Plan is required. The MMD will be used to determine

when the implementation of a Site Specific Drawdown Mitigation Plan is to be initiated, and defines

distances beyond which a Site Specific Drawdown Mitigation Plan is not required.

– Dewatering or other water use activities by Mosaic within the District’s WUP

jurisdiction that have the potential to cause Adverse Impacts. This excludes building roads, power

lines, and other activities unrelated to water use that do not affect water levels within the SAS, and are

not within the District’s WUP jurisdiction.

– To make or become less severe or intense. With respect to Water Use Permitting,

mitigation includes the measures and actions provided to offset, lessen, rectify or prevent Adverse

Impacts to the environment, water resources, existing land use, or legal users of the water resources.


– The percentile ranking represented by the elevation of the water level in the

SAS that is equaled or exceeded 50% of the time during the wet season, calculated from the baseline

data set.

–The percentile ranking represented by the elevation of the water level in the

SAS that is equaled or exceeded 95% of the time during the appropriate season calculated from the

baseline data set. P95 exceedance values will be determined for both the wet season (June –

September) and dry season (October – May) at each monitoring point based on the water levels

observed at the location during the baseline monitoring period.

– A shallow monitoring well installed in the SAS for the purpose of monitoring water levels.

–Include wetlands, lakes, and streams, etc., as identified in Chapter

40D-2, F.A.C. and the District’s Water Use Permit Basis of Review that have been specifically identified

as areas that are to be protected against Adverse Impacts from dewatering or other activities permitted by

the District. These include areas not permitted to be mined or impacted.

– The document which identifies the SAS monitoring locations for a

particular mine area. The SASMP is part of the two-step pre-mining process consisting of the SAS

Monitoring Plan and Site Specific Drawdown Mitigation Plan.

– The removal of water from a previously mined area, typically conducted by

setting pumps on a float in the open mine cut and pumping the water out to the mine water recirculation

system. Secondary pit dewatering is typically used to prepare old mine cuts for the construction of a new

clay settling area.

– A piezometer, installed in the SAS, in areas with no imminent mining, for the

purpose of monitoring water levels and establishing long term water level data for mining areas not

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included in the current mine plan that may be used to supplement baseline monitoring data in water use

permitting activities within the jurisdiction of the District’s WUP Program.

– The document which proposes one or more

techniques to prevent, offset, or otherwise mitigate for a deviation of SAS water levels from historic

ranges due to Mine Activities for a particular mine area. The SSDMP is part of the two-step pre-mining

process consisting of the SAS Monitoring Plan and the Site Specific Drawdown Mitigation Plan.

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Background

Depending on the characteristics of the site where phosphate matrix is to be mined, the mining process

will usually require some form of dewatering of the SAS. Typically, pre-mining dewatering activities are

conducted to ensure ground stability and to ensure mine cuts are sufficiently free of water to allow the

mining equipment to operate safely and efficiently. Effective dewatering of the mining area also enables

the operator to visually evaluate the depth and extent of the mineral reserve and maximize resource

recovery. Dewatering activities have the potential to result in drawdown of the SAS. The extent of the

drawdown is dependent on a number of factors including the overall depth of mining, the overburden

thickness, the duration of the dewatered open cut, and the hydrogeologic characteristics of the

overburden soils, including but not limited to, the absence or presence of aquicludes and/or aquitards and

the vertical and horizontal hydraulic conductivity of the overburden soils.

For this reason, an approach has been developed to define a Mandatory Mitigation Distance (MMD)

(formerly referred to as the “setback” distance) for each mine site. The MMD will be used to determine

when the implementation of a Site-Specific Drawdown Mitigation Plan (SSDMP) is required. Dewatering

activities outside of the MMD are presumed not to cause impacts.

Since Mine Activities encompass a broad range of hydrogeologic and other site specific characteristics,

the MMD must be, to a certain extent, site specific. Determination of the MMD must also be conservative

to ensure that it represents the full potential extent of SAS drawdown that could occur in the absence of

mitigation measures.

Methodology for Establishment

Mosaic uses site specific field data and a detailed engineering analysis of the potential, unmitigated SAS

drawdown at a site. A transient flow seepage analysis will be accomplished through the use of the

computer application SEEP/W, developed by GEO-SLOPE International LTD, or other mutually agreed

upon method to determine the maximum extent of dewatering drawdown influence in the SAS.

The Permittee shall use a 0.5-foot and greater cumulative drawdown in the SAS from the groundwater

model and dewatering modeling as a guide for determining when the MMD process contained within the

EMP is to be implemented. Numerical modeling is preferred over analytical models for determining the

estimated range of drawdowns to occur from mining and dewatering. However, as updated models and

other techniques are made available, these shall be taken into consideration for use.

A stratigraphic cross section will be developed adjacent to environmental features/property boundaries for

determining the depth of overburden and matrix, and to develop stratigraphic profiles from land surface

down to the bottom of the mineable matrix. Prospecting data is suitable for use in determining depth of

overburden and matrix. Split spoon, continuous coring, or another generally accepted geotechnical

investigation technique shall be the preferred methods for developing the stratigraphic profile from land

surface to the top of the matrix.

Once the stratigraphic profile of the surficial aquifer has been determined, field derived hydraulic

conductivity measurements will be input in the seepage model for the differing SAS stratigraphic units and

cast overburden (if present) in the model. The determination of the MMDs for each mine area will be

based on the results of the approved modeling technique as set forth below or such other appropriate

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techniques agreed to by Mosaic and the District. The development of more area-specific MMDs within

each mining area may be required to account for more localized hydrogeologic conditions. At Mosaic’s

discretion, Mosaic may conduct additional analyses specific to certain areas and present these results to

the District for approval, which may refine the MMDs.

Procedure

The MMD will be used to identify when a SSDMP must be initiated. A SSDMP will be required in

specified areas where Mine Activities take place within the MMD established for property boundaries

and/or protected environmental features. In those cases where protected environmental features are not

present within the MMD, Mosaic will evaluate the presence/absence of existing legal users in the SAS

that fall within the MMD (measured outward from the property boundary) and may elect to seek a

Drawdown Mitigation Agreement (DMA) from the adjacent landholder(s) for a specified portion of the

adjacent property on the Mosaic Project boundary. A description of the DMA and guidelines for its use are

detailed in Section 2.0 below. Mosaic will implement drawdown mitigation measures along all property

boundaries unless a DMA is obtained.

Established Mandatory Mitigation Distances

MMDs have been established for specific mine areas. Within six months from the date of issuance of the

integrated WUP, the Permittee shall begin implementing the established MMDs for those areas where the

Permittee is dewatering within those distances.

The following MMDs have been established and are located as depicted in Appendix D.

Mine Location

MMD (Feet)

1. Four Corners – Lonesome 2,250

2. Four Corners – West Hillsborough 1,675

3. Four Corners – West Manatee 1,800

4. Four Corners – Altman 1,355

5. Hookers Prairie 1,580

6. Ona 2,890

7. South Ft. Meade 1,420

8. Wingate – Manson Jenkins 2,790


Background

Consistent with the District's rules, Mosaic works and cooperates with adjacent property owners within the

MMD to obtain DMAs which satisfy the requirement that offsite land uses or existing legal uses are not

adversely impacted or are satisfactorily resolved on such adjacent properties where no protected

environmental features exist. Mosaic will continue to exercise this option with an agreement utilizing the

template attached hereto as Attachment A.

Methodology

On a case-by-case basis, and where allowable in the absence of off-site protected environmental

features, Mosaic may seek to obtain a DMA from the property owner. All executed DMAs will run with the

land, and will be recorded in the public record in the county where the subject property is located. Copies

of all executed DMAs will be kept on file by Mosaic. Properties encompassed by a DMA shall be clearly

delineated on Mosaic’s Annual Mine Plans, SASMPs, and SSDMPs, where applicable.

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Procedure

In those areas where protected environmental features are not present within a distance equivalent to the

MMD, measured outward from the Mosaic property boundary, Mosaic will determine the presence /

absence of existing legal users of water utilizing the SAS. Mosaic may elect to execute a DMA with the

adjacent landholder(s) for that portion of the property boundary. If a waiver cannot be obtained, Mosaic

will be required to implement the SAS drawdown mitigation measures outlined in this EMP.


Prior to initiating Mine Activities adjacent to any protected environmental features and/or offsite property

boundaries, Mosaic will implement a two-step pre-mining process consisting of 1) submittal of a proposed

SASMP including site specific stratigraphic borings and cross-section profiles, and 2) submittal of a

SSDMP, the components of which are listed in Appendix E. The design will be based upon the sitespecific

geologic investigation and the specific mine techniques required by the Environmental Resource

Permit or other approval (e.g., mine cut orientation, overburden back cast vs. no overburden back cast,

etc.). This information will be used in SEEP/W, or other agreed upon model to achieve a design that

provides reasonable assurance that SAS water levels will be managed within the range described herein.

In cooperation with the District, Mosaic shall develop each SSDMP, which the District shall review and

either approve or request additional information within 30 days of submittal. In the event the District does

not provide a response within 30 days, Mosaic may proceed with implementation of the SSDMP. SSDMP

techniques include ongoing training for appropriate staff and may consist of, but are not necessarily

limited to, one or more of the following, used individually or in combination:

Water table maintenance ditches

Mine-cut orientation and timing

Back-casting (where site conditions and/or permit conditions allow)

Land surface/direct application (uplands)

Underground/SAS injection

Accelerated backfill timing

Accelerated and/or increased flooding of mine cuts

Direct Mitigation of Wetlands, as approved by the District

Alternative operational or mining techniques



Background

A SASMP will be designed for each mine area to ensure that Mosaic has sufficient information and

coverage to effectively define, manage and respond to Adverse Impacts to protected environmental

features and existing legal uses. Each SASMP will include the following components:


Investigation of surficial aquifer lithology prior to installation of the monitoring network

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Installation of a piezometer network sufficient to detect changes in any or all layers of the SAS

(including nested monitor wells in the presence of aquicludes)

Collection of a baseline data set which includes at least four years of baseline SAS monitoring

data, ending when Mine Activities occur within the MMD

o Monthly monitoring prior to any Mine Activities within the MMD

o Weekly monitoring when active Mine Activities begin within the MMD relative to any

SASMP monitor well location


Placement and spacing of piezometers will be dictated by landforms and protected environmental

areas and must be at depths and locations sufficient to accurately monitor the SAS at that

location.

Procedure – SAS Monitoring Plan(s)

Mosaic will propose a specific SASMP for each new mining area. Plans will be submitted to the District

with sufficient time to ensure that the monitoring plan can be reviewed, approved, and implemented, but

in any event no less than 30 days prior to the planned implementation of the SASMP. Areas to be mined

where four years of baseline data is not available, may require additional monitoring network

enhancements to fully assess and understand the site specific hydrology. These occurrences will be

evaluated on a case-by-case basis, in conjunction with the District to determine an acceptable substitute

for the four years of baseline monitoring data and determination of historic water level ranges. For those

areas of the monitoring network for which four years of data are not available, or the use of which is not

otherwise appropriate, Mosaic will work with the District to evaluate the available data set for

appropriateness of use. If it is determined that the data set is not sufficient to determine the historic

range of water levels, then Mosaic will coordinate with the District to identify other appropriate reference

sites to be used for comparison with the sites within the MMD area, or some other alternative method

approved by the District.

Networks will be monitored on a monthly basis. Monitoring frequency will be increased to weekly where

Mine Activities begin within the MMD. Monitoring is required throughout the course of Mine Activities.

Monitoring shall conclude when Mine Activities cease and the water levels have maintained the P50

elevation for consecutive wet and dry seasons in a representative set of monitoring locations based upon

reasonable scientific judgment.


Background:

Monitoring will focus on the potential of

features and existing legal uses of water.

Mine Activities to adversely impact protected environmental

The SASMP is intended to assure that the performance standards are met by maintaining the historic

range of SAS water levels during Mine Activities.

In addition to SAS monitoring, wetland vegetative composition, soils, and other physical wetland features

will be monitored annually. The goal of this additional monitoring is to provide an ongoing qualitative

description of each protected wetland system to identify potential changes through the course of Mine

Activities. This information can be used to assure the primary goal of protecting wetland functions and

values.

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A monitoring transect will be established at protected wetland areas in a portion of the wetland that is

representative of the entire system to accurately assess the functions of each wetland system. Multiple

transects may be established within a wetland system if warranted by site conditions and/or mine plan.

Transects will be established as a straight line from the wetland edge to the center (deepest portion) of

the wetland perpendicular to the wetland edge. Transect locations will be selected by Mosaic and

presented in the SASMP for District approval. Permanent photostations and a permanent soil monitoring

station will be established during transect setup. Permanent photostations will be established along the

transect at distances that allow adequate photographic coverage of the transect. Photostations will be a

maximum of 50 feet apart. The permanent soil monitoring station will be established along the transect in

a location that has adequate soil composition to monitor potential subsidence. At each transect, the

Environmental Transect Monitoring (ETM) form will be completed in accordance with the ETM form

instruction sheet (Appendix B). During transect monitoring, a copy of the previous year’s ETM data will

be taken in the field to assist in the identification of potential changes within the wetland.


Background:

Prior to commencement of Mine Activities, Mosaic will establish a baseline data set for water levels

adjacent to and within protected environmental features. Monitoring will continue throughout Mine

Activities. This baseline data set will be used to determine a historic range of SAS water levels for each

protected environmental feature. The baseline data set will be used to determine the range of water level

fluctuation that must be maintained during all Mine Activities, as well as the range to which water levels

must be restored in the event of a disturbance related Mine Activities.

Methodology

Mosaic will establish a baseline data set prior to the start of any Mine Activities with the potential to

adversely impact protected environmental features or existing legal uses. The baseline data collection

will conclude when any Mine Activities begin within the MMD of that location. Based on the historic range

of SAS water levels for each location and as described below, “triggers” will be established defining water

levels at which Mosaic will initiate data review and initiate corrective actions, if necessary. Triggers shall

reflect seasonal and other natural variations. At a minimum, triggers will be established for the wet

season (June through September) and dry season (October through May) based on a percent

exceedance analysis of the baseline range of water table fluctuations during that season. The trigger

values will be based on the P95 exceedance value for the season in question. These wet/dry season and

other natural variability triggers will be used in conjunction with a duration component, as described

below, to determine if a hydrologic disturbance requires corrective actions and/or reporting to the District,

as described in this EMP.

Mosaic will collect baseline water table monitoring data at least monthly for a minimum of four years prior

to the start of any Mine Activities. On a site specific basis, the baseline dataset will be used to calculate

the P95 exceedance values during the wet and dry season and other natural variability, such as

hurricanes or droughts. When Mine Activities occur within the MMD, monitoring frequency will be changed

to weekly.

If SAS water levels drop below the P95 values for the appropriate season, it will trigger internal and

external notifications as follows and as depicted in the Chart in Appendix C.

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A P95 exceedance value will be established for the wet season and dry season specific to each

piezometer. Other natural variability in water levels can also be taken into consideration. An internal

trigger will occur upon the piezometer’s water level dropping below the P95 elevation for the appropriate

season. An internal trigger will prompt Mosaic to begin preliminary evaluation to determine if mining

activities are responsible for the water level drop. It is understood that this internal trigger may occur

under normal conditions for 5% of each season; however, this conservative approach to water level

analysis will provide assurance that Mosaic will identify potential water table issues as soon as feasible.

If Mine Activities are determined to be causing Adverse Impacts, Mosaic will begin corrective actions.

For the wet season, an external trigger will occur at the second consecutive weekly monitoring event that

water levels are below the P95 wet season value. For the dry season, an external trigger will occur at the

third consecutive weekly monitoring event that water levels are below the P95 dry season value. When

the criteria for an external trigger are met, Mosaic will implement additional data analysis to determine if

Mine Activities are the cause. Water level data in piezometers outside of the MMD will be evaluated to

determine if a similar data pattern is occurring. In addition, period of record rainfall data for the rain

gauge assigned to the subject piezometer will be evaluated to determine if current rainfall patterns are

representative of the rainfall period of record for which the P95 exceedance values were established. If

Mine Activities are determined to be causing Adverse Impacts, Mosaic will begin corrective actions. The

District will be notified of all external triggers and associated data analysis as described in Section 10.

“Backstop” Trigger:

If water levels recorded at any monitoring location drop more than 3 feet in the timeframe between

consecutive monitoring events, this shall cause an internal trigger and the commencement of expedited

investigative action by Mosaic. If the next weekly monitoring data is unchanged or continues to decline,

then this would constitute an external trigger and District notification. This internal trigger is intended to

provide early warning of potential impacts related to Mine Activities.

Alternative Method for Establishing Baseline Data Set:

If an approved mine plan is in place prior to implementation of this EMP, or if other changes unanticipated

by Mosaic occur, a minimum of four years of baseline monitoring data may not be available. In those

cases, reference monitoring sites will be identified in cooperation with the District to augment and/or

provide an acceptable substitute to understand and assess site specific SAS historic ranges. If

appropriate reference sites cannot be identified, other best available monitoring data, as identified in

cooperation with the District, may be used to establish SAS historic ranges. In some instances, a

combination of reference sites and available data may be the appropriate methodology, as approved by

the District.

In the event that severe weather or climatological conditions impact the SAS and therefore data collected

during the baseline period, Mosaic and the District may agree to rely on a partial data set, or other

available data, or conditions, to establish appropriate SAS ranges and triggers.




Upon identification of conditions which exceed an internal or external trigger, Mosaic will make a

determination of cause and, if related to Mine Activities, will implement corrective actions. Mosaic shall

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implement, on a case by case basis, the corrective measures referenced herein. If Mine Activities are

determined to be the cause of deviation from the historic water level ranges within the SAS, Mosaic shall

expeditiously notify the District and provide a written proposal to restore the water levels to the historic

seasonal range. Mosaic shall work in cooperation with the District to develop an effective corrective action

plan, and the District shall have 30 days to provide input on the proposal to Mosaic. Mosaic shall have

the discretion to implement the corrective measures it deems appropriate and necessary based on site

specific considerations.

If water level deviations within the SAS exceed an external trigger during construction of a BMP/water

table maintenance ditch or other mitigative measure, Mosaic will immediately implement corrective

measures to maintain SAS historic ranges.

The corrective action measures include, but are not limited to, one or more of the following, in

combination or sequence:

Mitigation maintenance actions

o Developing a plan for reestablishing the target water table

o Cleaning water table maintenance ditches

o Increasing water levels in ditches

o Re-designing and re-constructing ditches

Alternative mining techniques

o Increasing spoil placement on the mine cut face (“high wall”)

o Revising orientation of mining (parallel or perpendicular to protected area)

o Flooding of mine cuts

o Expediting reclamation

o Wet (dredge) mining

Alternative additive SAS water level disturbance prevention techniques

o Direct SAS injection

Direct Mitigation of Wetlands, in the form of hydration, restoration, enhancement, creation,

preservation, or purchase of credits from a mitigation bank, or an appropriate combination

thereof, as approved by the District

Alternative operational or mining activities

Modification of Mine Activities, up to and including cessation of Mine Activities in the area of

observed adverse impact.

All SAS corrective measures will utilize the lowest quality of water available which is environmentally,

technically, and economically feasible for all or a portion of Mosaic’s use.




In the event the SAS water levels associated with a protected environmental feature or an offsite property

boundary exceeds an internal or external trigger, Mosaic will immediately initiate corrective actions as

necessary to avoid impacts to those features and to recover the SAS historic range, as determined on a

case-by-case basis. This determination will consider seasonal, climatic and other site specific conditions.

SAS monitoring shall cease when both Mine Activities are terminated and the SAS P50 wet season water

levels for the particular mining project or phase thereof are achieved in a representative set of monitoring

locations for consecutive wet and dry seasons, based upon reasonable scientific judgment.




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Unacceptable Adverse Impacts to wetlands shall be based upon SAS water levels, biological and

ecological changes. When reasonable scientific judgment establishes that wetland functions have been

adversely impacted, Mosaic will conduct a complete assessment of the current wetland functions. This

assessment would include the use of information collected at appropriate wetland transects through the

use of the ETM Form and/or prior UMAM assessments adjusted for impacts to Location and Landscape

Support inherent in the mining process, or other approved methodology as agreed upon by Mosaic and

the District. That assessment will be compared with the baseline data set/previous assessments to

determine the degree and spatial extent of any adverse impact, and the appropriate wetland mitigation to

replace or restore the lost functions, if any. Such assessments shall take seasonal impacts, such as

hurricanes and/or droughts, into consideration. Mosaic will submit all wetland mitigation proposals and the

accompanying functional assessments to the District for review and approval prior to implementation.

The District shall have 30 days to either approve or provide input on the proposal to Mosaic. Upon

District approval, Mosaic must implement the appropriate wetland mitigation to replace or restore the lost

functions identified.




Consistent with the internal and external triggers described in Section 6.0 above, monthly reporting to the

District will commence for any areas when external triggers are exceeded. Reports will be submitted in an

acceptable, useable format to the District within 30 days from the date of an external trigger. The monthly

reports will include:

1) Tabular electronic submittal of all SAS monitoring data, referencing the DID No. for each

piezometer.

2) Graphics for any piezometer within the MMD that materially deviated from the internal or

external reporting threshold as described in Section 6.0 above. Graphics for the monthly

report will include:

a. Hydrographs on a well-by-well basis, one hydrograph per page. Hydrographs will

include the following components:

i. Dry season/wet season P95 value

ii. Dry season/wet season P50 value

iii. Ground surface elevation at well location

iv. Water levels

b. Map(s) depicting the following (may reference previously submitted maps if no

change):

i. Locations of the monitor wells

ii. Latest report and most recent data for any nearby qualitative wetland

assessment transects

iii. off-site wetlands within the MMD

3) For piezometers that exceeded the external reporting threshold as described in Section 6.0

above, a description of the corrective measures taken to respond to the external trigger

including:

a. Actions taken to date and water table response (if applicable)

b. Actions to be taken

c. Implementation schedule

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d. Proposed date of recovery

e. Proposed water table recovery elevations

Reporting required under 1) and 2) above associated with piezometers that deviated from the internal or

external thresholds described in Section 6.0 will occur monthly until the piezometer water level has been

restored to a level above the seasonally appropriate P50 value, consistent with Section 8.0 above.

Monthly reports will recommence if an external trigger is again exceeded.


Mosaic will submit a Semi-Annual Report to the District for all areas when any Mine Activities are

conducted within the MMD. Reports will be submitted on November 15th of each year for the preceding

June 1 through September 30 period of 4 months, and July 15th for the preceding October 1 through May

31 period of 8 months. The Semi-Annual Report will identify all instances where the SAS water levels

measured below the internal and external triggers in all monitored systems, and provide detailed

evaluations as to the cause of the hydrologic disturbance, including:

1) The mine history within the MMD of the site of the SAS water level disturbance

2) The rainfall record at the nearest rain gage

3) If a relationship to Mine Activities is determined, details of corrective measures taken, the

extent of recovery in SAS water levels , and a thorough discussion of methods to be used in

the future to prevent similar hydrologic disturbances


Mosaic will submit an Annual Report to the District with the following information:

1) Current aerial photos of all active mining/dewatering sites and all monitoring points located

and identified on the aerials

2) Period of record monitoring data (electronic) for all sites identified on the aerials,

3) Summaries/analyses of the previous year’s monitoring data, Mine Activities, and weather

The Annual Report will also identify any instances of SAS water levels measured below the internal and

external thresholds in all monitored systems and provide detailed evaluations as to the cause of any

Adverse Impacts that are a result of Mine Activities, including:

4) The mine history within the MMD of the locations of Adverse Impacts to SAS water levels, if

any.

5) The rainfall record at the nearest rain gage.

6) Determination and discussion as to water table level deviation from historic ranges and

relationship to Mine Activities

7) If causation for any documented SAS water level deviations from historic ranges are

attributed to Mine Activities, then Mosaic must specify the corrective actions taken, the results

of such actions, and a thorough assessment of any appropriate preventative measures to be

taken in the future.

8) Summaries of all functional assessments and wetland mitigation for the previous year as

required by Section 9.0.

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Annual Reports will be submitted by April 15th of each year for the preceding March 1 through February

28 12-month period.

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APPENDIX A

DRAWDOWN MITIGATION AGREEMENT

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This instrument prepared by,

and after recording return to:

Name: E. Ward

Address: Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC

13830 Circa Crossing Drive

Lithia, FL 33547

(Space reserved for Clerk of Court)

AGREEMENT BETWEEN

________________________________

AND

MOSAIC FERTILIZER, LLC

REDUCING THE MINIMUM MITIGATION DISTANCE

THIS AGREEMENT is made this _____ day of _____________, 2011, by and between

_________________ (“Grantor”), a ______________ (corporation/partnership/ individual/other)

with a mailing address of ___________________________________________

______________________, in favor of Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC (“Grantee”), a Delaware limited

liability company with a mailing address of 13830 Circa Crossing Drive, Lithia, Florida 33547.

THIS AGREEMENT was prepared under the supervision of ________________,

Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC.

WITNESSETH:

WHEREAS, Grantor owns in fee simple certain real property in __________ County,

Florida (the "County"), more particularly described in Exhibit "A" attached hereto and made a

part hereof (the “Property”); and

WHEREAS, Grantee owns, leases, or possesses certain mineral rights on land adjacent

to the Property, on which Grantee is or will be conducting phosphate mining and mining-related

activities, which may result in reductions in the water table beneath the Grantor’s Property (the

“Activities”); and

WHEREAS, the consumptive water use associated with the Activities are subject to the

regulatory jurisdiction of the Southwest Florida Water Management District (“SWFWMD” or

“the District”); and

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WHEREAS, the District’s Rule 40D-2.301(1)(i), Florida Administrative Code

(“F.A.C.”), states that in order to obtain a water use permit (“WUP”) from the District, an

applicant must provide reasonable assurances that its water use will not adversely impact offsite

land uses existing at the time of the application; and

WHEREAS, the District’s Rule 40D-2.301(1)(j), F.A.C., states that in order to obtain a

WUP from the District, an applicant must provide reasonable assurances that its water use will

not adversely impact an existing legal withdrawal; and

WHEREAS, Grantor is aware that Grantee is authorized by the District to make

groundwater withdrawals pursuant to WUP No. 20011400.025 which, pursuant to Section 1 of

Exhibit E (Environmental Management Plan), requires a mandatory mitigation distance (the

"MMD") which provides that Grantee may not conduct dewatering operations related to the

Activities closer than the distance established for the subject area, as defined in the EMP, from

any property line unless the Grantee takes measures to avoid an off-site drawdown in the water

table or unless the Grantee obtains the written consent of the adjacent property owner to reduce

the MMD; and

WHEREAS, Grantor has agreed with Grantee to a reduction of the MMD, which may

result in the Activities lowering the water table beneath the Property; and

WHEREAS, Grantee has provided consideration to the Grantor for the execution of this

Agreement, the receipt and sufficiency which is hereby acknowledged, and the parties wish to set

forth their agreement.

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the above and the mutual covenants, terms,

conditions and restrictions contained herein, and other good and valuable considerations paid by

Grantee to Grantor, receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, Grantor hereby

voluntarily makes these covenants to the Grantee in the nature and character and for the duration

hereinafter set forth as follows:

1. Recitals. The recitals above are true and correct and are incorporated herein by

reference.

2. Reduction of the MMD. Except as otherwise provided herein, Grantor hereby consents

to the reduction of the MMD to zero (0) feet so as to allow the Activities and pit dewatering to

occur within zero (0) feet of the boundary line separating the Property from the lands subject to

the Activities. This Agreement does not: (a) reduce the MMD by more than the depth of the

Grantor’s property, or (b) apply to any wetlands, lakes, streams, or estuaries located within the

MMD. (The District does not allow Grantor to waive drawdowns under these features).

The Grantor expressly consents to the reduction of the MMD, as stated above, and recognizes

that a lowering of the water table beneath the Property may occur and expressly consents to

same. Grantor has determined that lowering of the water table under the Property will not affect

the Grantor's, or current possessor's, use of the Property. This consent to the reduction of the

MMD shall [terminate _________ (____) years from the date of this Agreement][be perpetual].

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3. Notice to Tenants. Grantor acknowledges that Grantor may be required to notify any

tenants occupying the Property that are affected by this Agreement, and Grantor agrees to

provide any such required notices.

4. Venue and Fees. Any lawsuit other legal action arising out of this Agreement shall be

brought in the Circuit Court of the County. All parties to this Agreement consent to the exercise

of personal jurisdiction by such court. With respect to such legal action, each party agrees to

bear its own costs and attorney’s fees.

5. Recordation. Grantee may record this Agreement in the Official Records of the County

and may re-record this Agreement or any other documentation at any time required to preserve

the Grantee's rights hereunder. Grantee shall pay all recording costs and taxes necessary to

record this Agreement in the public records. Grantee will hold Grantor harmless from any

recording costs or taxes necessary to record this Agreement in the public records.

6. Successors. This Agreement shall be binding upon, and inure to the benefit of, the

parties hereto and their respective personal representatives, heirs, successors, and assigns and

shall continue as a servitude to the Property until termination under Section 2 herein.

7. Miscellaneous.

(a) This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement of the parties with respect to the

subject matter hereof and supersedes all prior agreements, representations, warranties and

undertakings of the parties.

(b) No representations, agreements, understanding, warranties or indemnities shall be

inferred herefrom or deemed to exist between the parties unless expressly set forth herein or by

separate written agreement.

(c) The singular shall include the plural and the plural the singular.

(d) This Agreement shall be construed under the laws of Florida.

(e) This Agreement is a covenant running with the land with respect to the Property for

the term hereof.

(f) This Agreement may be executed in two or more counterparts, which may be

combined to constitute a single instrument.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have executed this Agreement or caused this

Agreement to be executed in its name by partners or officers thereof duly authorized as of the

day and year first above written.

By: ___________________________

Witness as to Grantor

___________________________

Print Name of Witness

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By: ___________________________

Witness as to Grantor

___________________________

Print Name of Witness

By: ________________________________

______________________, Grantor

STATE OF ________________

COUNTY OF ______________

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this

_____ day of ________________, 2011, by _________________________________, Grantor,

who is personally known to me or (__) who produced ________________________ as

identification.

___________________________________

Notary Public

My Commission Expires:

By: ___________________________

Witness as to Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC

___________________________

Print Name of Witness

By: ___________________________

Witness as to Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC

___________________________

Print Name of Witness

By: ________________________________

Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC, Grantee

STATE OF ______________________

COUNTY OF ____________________

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this

________ day of _______________________, 2011, by _______________________________,

as _______________ of Mosaic Fertilizer, LLC, Grantee, who is personally known to me or

(___) produced ___________________ as identification.

______________________________

Notary Public

My Commission Expires:

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EXHIBIT A

Legal Description of Property

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APPENDIX B

ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSECT MONITORING FORM AND INSTRUCTIONS

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MOSAIC ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSECT MONITORING FORM AND INSTRUCTIONS

Project Site:

DEP/ACOE/SWFWMD Wetland No(s):

Transect ID: _________________________________

Investigator: Date: Time:

Photos 1 :

Weather Conditions: __________________________

WETLAND AREA VEGETATION COVER TYPES – 1999 FDOT FLUCCS (Level 3)

VEGETATION 2

CANOPY (4” dbh) / SUBCANOPY (1-4” dbh) 3 % Composition Start Location 7 End Location 8

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Total Canopy % Cover

SHRUB LAYER 4 - Woody Species (


MOSAIC ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSECT MONITORING FORM AND INSTRUCTIONS

Describe type of alteration and effects:

atypical recruitment 9

atypical age/size 10

logging/clearcutting

ditching/draining

excessive mortality 11

debris/dumping

disease

fire suppression

roads/trails

damming/flooding

VEGETATION DISTURBANCES

other

spoil/fill

adjacent cropland

hog rooting

pasture/grazing

OVERALL DEGREE OF

IMPACT

none

minor

moderate

high

severe

NUISANCE SPECIES

COVER

low (12”

NORMAL POOL WATER DEPTH (at Deepest Point) 20 : 0-3” 3-6” 6-12” >12”

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Flooding Regime: Ephemeral Intermittent Seasonal Perennial

Hydrology Connections: Isolated 21 ? Connected 22 ? Artificial 23 ?

COMMENTS:

NON-LISTED WILDLIFE SIGNS AND/OR OBSERVATIONS (baseline only / post impact – circle one)

none

direct observation

indirect observation

Species/Notes 24 :

burrow

tracks

scat

rubs

nests

calls

other

ENDANGERED AND THREATENED SPECIES (baseline only / post impact – circle one)

PLANTS: None present Present GPS Point ANIMALS: None present Present GPS Point

Species

Species

Species

Species

Species

Species

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This instruction sheet is to be used in conjunction with the Environmental Transect Monitoring (ETM) form

during annual transect monitoring.

1 – At each photostation, take a photo of the transect towards the interior of the wetland and of the soil

monitoring station.

2 – The vegetation section of the form is used to describe the vegetative species and percent cover along

the transect. Vegetation is assessed by stratum (based on height and size), not by the potential form of

the species (i.e., a tree seedling is assessed as part of the groundcover, not as part of the tree canopy).

3 – The tree stratum includes woody vegetation that exceeds the shrub stratum size. Canopy species are

greater than 4” diameter at breast height (dbh) and subcanopy species are between 1-4” dbh.

4 – The shrub stratum includes woody (e.g., Cephalanthus occidentalis) and semi-woody (Ludwigia

peruviana) species that are greater than 0.5 meter in height and less than 1” dbh.

5 – Groundcover is all non-woody species and woody species less than 0.5 meter in height.

6 – For the purpose of this assessment, vines are considered to be linear woody or non-woody vegetation

that utilize the canopy, sub-canopy, or shrub strata, where they exist, for physical support. Where these

strata are not present, vines will utilize groundcover vegetation and the forest floor as the physical

substrate for support.

7 – Start location refers to the distance in feet from the beginning of the transect that the plant species is

first observed.

8 – End Location refers to the distance in feet from the beginning of the transect that the plant species is

last observed.

9 – Atypical recruitment refers to the appropriateness of the tree species to the wetland type. Examples

of atypical recruitment would be Taxodium sp. saplings in the center of a historically deep marsh or Acer

rubrum and Quercus laurifolia saplings in the center of a cypress wetland.

10 – Atypical age/size would be noted in a wetland where tree species appear to be relatively young. In

most cases, this would indicate an event that cleared/destroyed the historic canopy.

11 – Indicate if the wetland vegetation, specifically trees, exhibits mortality beyond what would be

expected under normal conditions.

12 – Indicate if the wetland strata appears appropriate for the wetland type.

13 – Evidence of upland encroachment can differ according to wetland type and surrounding landscape.

In general, this refers to the colonization of shallow portions of the wetland (e.g., transition zone) by

upland plant species and pasture grasses and/or the colonization of deep portions of the wetland by

upland plant species or plant species normally found in shallow portions of the wetland.

14 – A soil monitoring station and measure of soil loss (subsidence) within all wetlands will be

implemented as described below. The soil loss measure will include a baseline measurement taken

within each wetland prior to inclusion within the MMD, as well as subsequent annual measurements for all

wetlands within the MMD. Rebar (or similar material) will be installed through the muck/peat layer into

sand or clay. An initial survey of the measuring point on the rebar will occur at the same time as

vegetation transect establishment. The distance between the measuring point and ground surface will be

recorded to document a baseline measurement and a photo of the soil station will be recorded. The

distance between the measuring point and ground surface will be measured and recorded during

subsequent annual monitoring events and will be photo-documented. If water level or vegetative data

indicates a potential impact to the wetland, a new survey of the measuring point will be conducted for

comparison to the baseline survey. This methodology is similar to one used by Rochow and Rhinesmith

from the SWFWMD in 1991 (Technical Report 1991-1).

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15 – Determine if the moisture content of the soil is appropriate for the location within the wetland and

current climatic conditions.

16 – For the purpose of this assessment, soil subsidence is defined as the decrease in soil volume and

soil structure as the result of the oxidation of the organic material in the soil. Subsidence is to be

measured from a set elevation and degree of subsidence is defined as:

Minimal – 0-3”

Moderate – 3-6”

Severe – >6”

17 – Seepage slopes are areas which do not show signs of consistent standing water but contain soils

that are consistently saturated with moisture flowing from the surrounding uplands (upslope).

18 – Hydrologic indicators form in areas with consistent standing water (pooled conditions). Indicators

develop at varying elevations due to specific inundation patterns and duration. Hydrologic indicators

should be evaluated to determine if their current presence/absence and vertical positioning are

appropriate for the historic conditions of the system.

19 – At the deepest portion of the wetland, determine the depth (vertical distance) between the commonly

accepted indicators of seasonal high water and ground surface of the wetland.

20 – At the deepest portion of the wetland, determine the depth (vertical distance) between the commonly

accepted indicators of normal pool and ground surface of the wetland.

21 – For isolated systems, determine if the wetland is fully isolated or semi-isolated (e.g., normally

functions as an isolated system, only connected during high water events).

22 – For connected systems, describe the connection type (e.g., headwater wetland, stream).

23 – For artificially connected systems, describe how the system is connected (e.g., ditch, culvert).

24 – Make note of wetland dependent fauna and activities (e.g., scat, tracks, signs of amphibian

breeding).

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APPENDIX C

ONGOING MONITORING, PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION AND TRIGGERS MATRIX

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EMP ONGOING MONITORING, PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION AND TRIGGERS MATRIX


Wet Season

(June – Sep)

Internal P95 1 week Review Adjacent Activities

Review Field Practices

Review Rainfall Data

Review Data at Nearby Stations Outside the MMD

External P95 2 weeks Continue investigation to determine if the level is due to mining activities,

and if so, provide notification with action plan to District.

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Provide Notification to District

Dry Season

(Oct – May)

Internal P95 2 weeks Review Adjacent Activities

Review Field Practices

Review Rainfall Data

Review Data at Nearby Stations Outside the MMD

External P95 3 weeks Continue Investigation to determine if the level is due to mining activities,

and if so, provide notification with action plan to District.

Provide Notification to District


APPENDIX D

LOCATION OF ESTABLISHED MANDATORY MITIGATION DISTANCES












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APPENDIX D

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LOCATION OF ESTABLISHED MANDATORY MITIGATION DISTANCES


APPENDIX E

SURFICIAL AQUIFER SYSTEM MONITORING PLAN (SASMP) AND SITE SPECIFIC MITIGATION PLAN

(SSDMP) CHECKLIST (2-STEP PROCESS)

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1. Locations – Aerial Photo(s)

a. Property boundaries

b. Legend, scale, and north arrow

c. Soil boring / test well locations

d. Mining Unit / area boundaries

e. All proposed monitor wells / piezometers and staff gages comprising the monitoring

network, including:

i. latitude and longitude

ii. vertical datum

iii. DID and User ID numbers

2. Soil boring logs, including:

a. Vertical scale

b. Soil profile and description

c. Appropriate supporting text

3. Proposed monitor well / piezometer design specifications, including proposed depth and screen

interval.



1. Locations – Aerial Photo(s)

a. Property boundaries

b. Legend, scale, and north arrow

c. Soil boring / test well locations

d. Geologic and model cross section locations

e. Mining Unit / area boundaries

f. Mine cut locations, mining direction, and estimated mining date

g. Preservation area boundaries within the mine area and within the permitted drawdown

mandatory mitigation (“setback”) distance

h. All proposed mitigation features, e.g., water table intercept (“recharge”) ditches

i. All monitor wells / piezometers and staff gages comprising the monitoring network

2. Proposed monitor well / piezometer design specifications (if not previously provided with

monitoring plan)

2. Proposed / expected dates(s) of construction of the drawdown mitigation feature(s)

3. Proposed / expected dates of initiation and termination of dewatering within the drawdown

mitigation distance

4. Proposed / expected date of completion of reclamation within the drawdown mitigation distance

5. Mitigation Method and Design

a. Narrative / description of the proposed mitigation technique (s)

b. Water source(s) for mitigation

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c. Seep/W Model Design and Results that demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed

mitigation technique including;

i. Cross-section drawing(s) depicting:

1. scale (horizontal and vertical)

2. elevations

3. soil profile and associated aquifer parameter

4. mitigation design drawing

5. Flow arrows and associated quantities

ii. Appropriate supporting text documenting all parameters and assumptions used in

the model design, and a description of the model design and approach, signed

and sealed by a geologist or engineer licensed in the State of Florida, pursuant to

Chapters 492 and/or 471, Florida Statutes. If site-specific data/tests were

performed/developed and used in the design of the model, that information shall

be provided, explaining the use of such information. The report shall identify if

the Florida Department of Environmental Protection authorized the use of

“castback” in this area. If not, the model shall not include castback.

6. Geologic Map(s);

a. Cross-sectional drawing depicting:

i. scale (horizontal and vertical) and north arrow,

ii. boring log location, soil classification and thickness profile

7. Mining depth maps / aerial photos

a. Legend, scale, and north arrow

b. Color-coded identification:

i. Overburden thickness

ii. Matrix thickness

iii. Total mining depth

8. Historic water level range(s) (as defined in the EMP)

a. Methodologies for determination of historic levels to be maintained

i. Supporting documentation / data

b. Complete / period of record water level data for the associated monitoring network

i. Tabular / spreadsheet (electronic)

ii. Graphical

c. Rain gauge location(s) and data

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This permit is a renewal with modification for recreational/aesthetic type use. The authorized

quantities are an increase from those previously permitted. The increase in the Annual Average

rate, from 363,000 gallons per day (gpd) to 614,300 gpd, and the Peak Month rate, from

862,000 gpd to 1,904,400 gpd, is due to an increase in irrigated acres of golf course and lawn

and landscape areas. The water use quantities are based on the District's allotment calculation

program, AGMOD. The project site is located outside of any Water Use Caution Area. The

Permittee is utilizing reclaimed water obtained from Marion County Utilities (MCU) to meet a

portion of the overall demands. A groundwater standby quantity of 93,800 gpd Annual Average

is assigned to DID No. 2 for back-up to reclaimed water used to irrigate a 25.5 acre golf course

and 11.9 acres of lawn and landscape. The Permittee is in negotiations with Marion County

Utilities to increase reclaimed water use at the site.

Special conditions include those that require the Permittee to continue to record and report

monthly meter readings from existing and proposed withdrawal points, record and report

monthly meter readings for reclaimed water received, modify the permit to reflect incorporation

of any additional alternative sources of water, continue to maintain automated augmentation

control devices, and implement water conservation and best management practices.


The permit application meets all Rule 40D-2 Conditions for Issuance.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibit

Approve the proposed permit included in the Board’s meeting materials as an exhibit.

Presenter:

Darrin Herbst, P.G., Water Use Permit Bureau Chief, Regulation Division

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Item 9

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

Operations & Land Management Committee

Conveyance of a Conservation Easement to the Florida Department of Environmental

Protection for Mitigation Purposes, Polk County

Purpose

Request the Governing Board convey a conservation easement to the Florida Department of

Environmental Protection (FDEP). The FDEP has agreed to the acceptance of this easement

as part of Polk County’s mitigation requirements for their expansion of the North Central Landfill.

A general location and project-specific map are included as exhibits to this item.

Background/History

In July 2006 the Governing Board entered into a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Polk

County related to the Lake Hancock Lake Level Modification Project. The MOA addressed

issues related to the District’s Project and the County’s requirement for mitigation related to the

expansion of its North Central Landfill (NCLF). As part of the negotiations related to the MOA,

the County conveyed a perpetual flowage and inundation easement over 631 acres adjacent to

the NCLF and located within the Saddle Creek Floodplain to the District. The District agreed to

assist the County in the implementation of future expansions of the County landfill to the extent

necessary as a result of impacts attributable to the Lake Hancock Lake Level Modification

Project, and to assist the County in identifying potential wetland mitigation projects on District

owned lands to mitigate the adverse impacts to wetlands resulting from the expansion of the

County landfill.

The County identified portions of the SWF Parcels 20-503-105 and 20-503-106, which are

located along the west side of Saddle Creek and Lake Hancock respectively, as restoration and

mitigation opportunities. Parcel 20-503-247X consists of 92.11 acres and was acquired in 2004

as part of 198 acres (SWF Parcel 20-503-105). Parcel 20-503-246X consists of 84.57 acres

and was acquired in 2008 as part of 127 acres (SWF Parcel 20-503-106).

Property Description

The property to be encumbered is along the western side of Saddle Creek and shore of

Lake Hancock.

Zoning

SWF Parcel 20-503-247X is located in the City of Bartow and SWF Parcel 20-503-246X is

within the County. Both parcels are designated for residential development.

Summary of Appraisal and Value Comparison

The property being conveyed was not appraised. The transaction is being made in accordance

with the terms of the MOA.

Benefits/Costs

The conveyance of this conservation easement will not affect the District’s use/function of these

lands for the Lake Hancock Lake Level Modification Project. The County will be responsible for

all costs related to the restoration and monitoring of the conservation easement area.

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Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibits

Authorize the Board Chair and Secretary to execute the instrument necessary to convey a

Conservation Easement to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

Presenter:

Steven Blaschka, Manager, Real Estate Services, Operations & Land Mgt. Bureau

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SWF Parcel No. 20-503-247X

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SWFWMD Easement

SWFWMD Fee Acquisition

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SWF Parcel No. 20-503-246X

SWF Parcel No. 20-503-247X

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Item 10

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

Operations & Land Management Committee

Acceptance of Easement Donation – Peace Creek Canal Project, SWF Parcel No.

20-696-206P

Purpose

The purpose of this item is to recommend the Governing Board accept the donation of an

easement interest over 3.41 acres located along the Peace Creek Canal owned by New Cingular

Wireless PCS, LLC. A general location map of the property is included in the Board packet as an

exhibit to this item.

Background/History

The Peace Creek Canal is a privately owned canal (over 200 parcels) that was constructed in the

early 1900s for agricultural drainage purposes. The Peace Creek Drainage District (special

district established under Chapter 298, Florida Statutes) was the entity originally charged with

maintenance of the canal to ensure appropriate conveyance of water. Alterations in the Peace

Creek Canal watershed have cumulatively resulted in significant changes to the watershed’s

hydrology and natural systems.

On May 26, 2010, House Bill 431 was passed by the Legislature. The Bill abolished the Peace

Creek Drainage District and transferred all assets and indebtedness, if any, to the District. The

District has assumed the maintenance and operation responsibilities for the Peace Creek Canal.

Previously on June 23, 2009, the Governing Board approved a plan for acquiring access rights

necessary for the long-term maintenance of the Peace Creek Canal in Polk County. The

Governing Board approved “The planned approach to secure permanent access rights for the

Peace Creek Canal maintenance activities by obtaining voluntary conveyance of easement rights

from individual property owners and through local government development orders as land

transitions occur (and subsequent assignment of those easements to the District).” Acquisition

was expected to occur over a 20-year period. The acquisition process is proceeding with

requests for donations from the various governmental entities, utility companies, and private

landowners that own property along the canal. The approved plan was determined to be the

most cost-effective means to manage acquisition costs and obtain the perpetual access rights

necessary to maintain the canal.

Thus far the District has accomplished the performance of maintenance activities for the Peace

Creek Canal mostly through the use of temporary license agreements with property owners. The

corridor required for maintenance of the canal, including access routes, has been identified by

project consultants.

The donation of the easement interest by New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC for the maintenance

of the Peace Creek is mutually beneficial. The easement interest in this property will provide the

District a right to access and maintain the canal along this section of its bank.

Property Description

The 3.41 acre easement includes the canal channel and area along the bank together with

ingress/egress from Crump Road that is part of a 10.88 acre property owned by New Cingular

Wireless PCS, LLC that is used for a cellular communications tower. Access to the canal will be

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through an ingress/egress easement from Crump Road, a publicly maintained paved road. This

easement along the canal and its bank will provide permanent rights for access and maintenance.

Zoning

The property is designated for “RL-1” use under the Polk County Future Land Use. The purpose

of the RL-1 district is to provide areas for the low density residential needs of residents in urban

areas with a minimum lot size of 40,000 square feet.

Summary of Appraisals and Value Comparisons

An appraisal of this easement was not obtained because it is being offered as a donation. The

parent property, of which the easement is part, is owned by New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC. It

is identified by the Polk County Property Appraiser as parcel 27-28-19-000000-023030, and has a

2012 reported just market value of $177,232.

Donation Terms

• The property owner has approved a Perpetual Channel Improvement and Maintenance

Easement and will convey the interest free and clear of all encumbrances objectionable to the

District.

• The District will pay the documentary stamp tax and recording fees.

Benefits/Cost

The ability to access and maintain a corridor along the Peace Creek Canal will ensure the

District’s ability to perform the canal maintenance necessary to reduce flooding impacts and the

ability to respond in a timely manner to emergency flooding events. Currently, the District’s

activities along the canal have been accomplished through temporary license agreements. The

licenses often provide only limited access, and are subject to modification and cancelation by the

property owners at their discretion. The acquisition of this easement is in accordance with the

plan approved by the Governing Board for the long-term maintenance of the Peace Creek Canal

in Polk County.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibits

Accept the easement donation.

Presenter:

Steven Blaschka, Real Estate Services Manager, Operations & Land Mgt. Bureau

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Subject

Area

Lake Hamilton



Peace Creek Canal


SWF Parcel No.

20-696-206P



SWF Parcel No. 20-696-206P

SWFWMD Fee Acquisition

SWFWMD Easement

0 1,000 2,000

Feet

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Peace Creek

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Item 11

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

Resource Management Committee

Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend Rule 40D-8.624, Florida Administrative

Code, to Adopt Minimum and Guidance Levels for Lakes Bonable, Tiger, and Little

Bonable in Marion County (P256)

Purpose

To request the Board initiate and approve rulemaking to amend Rule 40D-8.624, Florida

Administrative Code (F.A.C.), to delete the previously adopted guidance levels, add new

guidance and minimum levels for lakes Bonable, Tiger, and Little Bonable in Marion County,

and accept the reports entitled, “Proposed Minimum and Guidance Levels for Lakes Bonable

and Tiger in Marion County” and “Proposed Minimum and Guidance Levels for Little Lake

Bonable in Marion County,” dated August 30, 2012 and September 14, 2012, respectively.

Background/History

Minimum levels are water levels at which further withdrawals would be significantly harmful to

the water resources of the area. Guidance levels are used to describe expected water level

fluctuations and serve as advisory information for the District, lakeshore residents and local

governments, or to aid in the management of water control structures. Proposed minimum and

guidance levels for lakes Bonable, Tiger, and Little Bonable have been developed using

previously peer-reviewed, Governing Board adopted methods.

Technical reports outlining the development of the proposed levels were posted on the District's

website and distributed to interested parties on September 20, 2012, with written comments

requested by October 11, 2012. In addition, a public workshop on the proposed lake levels was

held on September 27, 2012, in Dunnellon, and was well attended. Comments and questions

received at the workshop were summarized and are available to the Board upon request. Most

comments focused on the potential causes of the low water levels within the lakes. In response

to the citizens’ concerns District staff provided detailed information about the effect of prolonged

drought on the water levels within these three lakes, while also discussing the limited water use

within the surrounding region. Supporting information was also provided on the geologic setting

beneath the lakes, describing a significant thickness of clay that provides confinement and

buffering from Floridan aquifer withdrawals.

Based on available water level records, the proposed minimum levels for each of the three lakes

are being met. In the event that water levels in the lake basin are not fluctuating in compliance

with the proposed minimum levels, the recovery strategies outlined in Rule 40D-80.074, F.A.C.,

will apply.

Staff prepared rule amendments that incorporate the proposed minimum and guidance levels

for each of three lakes into Table 8-2 and that delete the currently adopted guidance levels for

these three lakes from Table 8-3 in Rule 40D-8.624, F.A.C. Staff is prepared to address any

Board concerns regarding the proposed levels or the methods used for their development.

Benefits/Costs

Adoption of minimum levels for lakes Bonable, Tiger, and Little Bonable will support the

District's water supply planning, water use permitting, and environmental resource permitting

programs. Adoption of the guidance levels will provide advisory information for the construction

of lakeshore development, water dependent structures, and operation of water management

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of lakeshore development, water dependent structures, and operation of water management

structures. A Statement of Estimated Regulatory Costs is not required as this rulemaking is not

expected to result in any direct or indirect cost increases for small businesses or increased

regulatory costs in excess of $200,000 within one year of implementation. Ratification by the

Legislature also is not necessary for this rulemaking as it is not expected to increase certain

legislatively identified costs in excess of $1 million in the aggregate within five years after the

implementation of the rule.

Upon Governing Board approval of the proposed minimum levels, staff will submit notice to the

Governor’s Office of Fiscal Accountability and Regulatory Reform (OFARR) and proceed with

formal rulemaking without further Governing Board action. If substantive changes are necessary

as the result of comments received from the public or from reviewing entities such as OFARR or

the Joint Administrative Procedures Committee, this matter will be brought back to the

Governing Board for consideration.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibit

(1) Accept the reports entitled, “Proposed Minimum and Guidance Levels for Lakes Bonable

and Tiger in Marion County” and “Proposed Minimum and Guidance Levels for Little Lake

Bonable in Marion County,” dated August 30, 2012 and September 14, 2012, respectively.

(2) Authorize staff to make any necessary clarifying or minor technical changes that may result

from the rulemaking process and to complete report finalization.

(3) Initiate and approve rulemaking to amend Rule 40D-8.624, F.A.C., to delete the previously

adopted guidance levels and add new guidance and minimum levels for lakes Bonable,

Tiger, and Little Bonable in Marion County.

Presenter:

Keith Kolasa, Senior Environmental Scientist, Water Resources Bureau

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EXHIBIT

40D-8.624 Guidance and Minimum Levels for Lakes.

(1)-(11) No change.

(12) Levels for lakes established during or after August 7, 2000, are set forth in the following table. After the High

Minimum Lake Level and Minimum Lake Level elevation for each lake is a designation indicating the Method used,

as described in subsection 40D-8.624(8), F.A.C., to establish the level. Compliance with the High Minimum and

Minimum Lake Levels is determined pursuant to paragraphs (6)(b) and (7)(b) above. Guidance Levels established

prior to August 7, 2000, are set forth in Table 8-3 in subsection 40D-8.624(13), F.A.C., below.

Table 8-2 Minimum and Guidance Levels Established During or After August 7, 2000. Levels are elevations,

in feet above the National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929.

Location by County and Basin Name of Lake and

Section, Township

and Range

Information

High Guidance

Level

High Minimum

Lake Level

Minimum Lake

Level

(a) – (o) No change.

Low

Guidance

Level

(p) In Marion County Within

the Withlacoochee River

Basin RESERVED

Bonable, Lake

S-31, T-15, R-18

63.6’ 62.8’

(CAT 3)

58.3’

(CAT 3)

50.5

Little Bonable,

Lake

S-30, T-15, R-18

58.6'

57.8'

(CAT 3)

52.2'

(CAT 3)

45.9'

Tiger, Lake

S32, T15, R18

63.6’ 62.8’

(CAT 3)

58.3’

(CAT 3)

50.5

(q) – (cc) No change.

(13) Guidance Levels established for lakes prior to August 7, 2000, are set forth in the following table:

Table 8-3 Guidance Water Levels adopted prior to August 7, 2000

Location of Impoundment by County and Basin High Level in Feet Above

Mean Sea Level (msl)

Low Level in Feet Above

Mean Sea Level (msl)

Extreme Low Level in Feet

Above Mean Sea Level

(msl)

(a)-(o) No change.

(p) In Marion County Within the Withlacoochee

River Basin

Bonable, Lake

64.00' 61.50' 59.50'

S31, T15, R18

Little Bonable, Lake

58.00' 55.50' 53.50'

S30, T15, R18

Tiger, Lake

64.00' 61.50' 59.50'

S32, T15, R18

(q) – (cc) No change

Rulemaking Authority 373.044, 373.113, 373.171 FS. Law Implemented 373.036, 373.042, 373.0421, 373.086, 373.709 FS.

History–New 6-7-78, Amended 1-22-79, 4-27-80, 10-21-80, 12-22-80, 3-23-81, 4-14-81, 6-4-81, 10-15-81, 11-23-81, 1-5-82, 3-

11-82, 5-10-82, 7-4-82, 9-2-82, 11-8-82, 1-10-83, 4-3-83, 7-5-83, 9-5-83, 10-16-83, 12-12-83, 5-8-84, 7-8-84, 12-16-84, 2-7-85,

5-13-85, 6-26-85, 11-3-85, 3-5-86, 6-16-86, Formerly 16J-8.678, Amended 9-7-86, 2-12-87, 9-2-87, 2-18-88, 6-27-88, 2-22-89,

3-23-89, 9-26-89, 7-26-90, 10-30-90, 3-3-91, 9-30-91, 10-7-91, 7-26-92, 3-1-93, 5-11-94, 6-6-96, 2-23-97, 8-7-00, 1-8-04, 12-21-

04 (13), 12-21-04 (13), 6-5-05, 5-2-06, 1-1-07, 2-12-07, 1-10-08, 2-18-08, 4-7-08, 5-20-08, 5-10-09, 4-13-11, 3-12-12, .

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Item 12

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

Resource Management Committee

Adoption of Resolution No. 12-15 for the Reallocation of Funds Appropriated by the State

in Fiscal Years 2006 and 2008 – Water Protection and Sustainability Trust Fund and

Approval of Budget Transfer

Purpose

Request the Board adopt Resolution No. 12-15, which reallocates a total of $637,824 of fiscal

year (FY) 2006 and FY2008 Water Protection and Sustainability Trust Fund (WPSTF) dollars

from the Bradenton Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) System Including Oxygen Removal

Study (K114), Lake Tarpon ASR Test Well Program (K422), Morningside Area Reclaimed Water

Transmission and Distribution System (L254), and Haines City’s Southern Area Transmission

Main Extension (N065) to the ongoing Manatee’s Second of Four Manatee Agricultural Reuse

Supply (MARS) 10 Million Gallon (MG) Reclaimed Storage Tank (H093) project; and approve

the transfer of $318,912 of ad valorem funds which will be reimbursed by the WPSTF.

Background/History

In 2005, the Florida Legislature passed Senate Bill 444, which established the WPSTF, a

mechanism for water management districts to provide financial assistance to local entities to

develop alternative water supplies. The WPSTF can be used to fund up to 20 percent of the

construction component of alternative water supply projects. The legislation requires the

Governing Board to annually approve, by resolution, the list of projects receiving funds from the

WPSTF and to approve, by resolution, any changes to the list of projects.

Manatee’s second of four MARS 10 MG Reclaimed Storage Tank project is an ongoing, multiyear

alternative water supply project in the Manasota Basin. The project consists of the design

and construction of the second of four planned 10 MG reclaimed water storage tanks in support

of the MARS system. MARS is a regional reuse system that consists of over 21 miles of

transmission lines that interconnect Manatee County's three regional wastewater treatment

facilities. The MARS system supplies reclaimed water for irrigation of agricultural, residential,

and recreational customers, thereby decreasing dependence on potable groundwater. New

residential developments, some with golf courses, have been replacing agricultural demand and

many are planned or under construction along the transmission route. These developments are

potential customers of the MARS system. The MARS system is designed to distribute over

30 million gallons per day (mgd). The District and County constructed the first 10 MG reclaimed

water ground storage tank (H086) at the Southwest Wastewater Reclamation Facility with

FY2010 funding. This second tank will be located at the County's Southwest Wastewater

Reclamation Facility along with the first tank. The four planned 10 MG tanks will enable the

County's regional reclaimed water system to better provide for the nightly peak demand events,

without compromising pressure and water quality.

Benefits/Costs

The total cost of the project is $5,000,000 with the District’s share of 50 percent currently being

$2,500,000. Approving the reallocation of the $637,824 in trust funds will optimize the use of

state funds and benefit the District and Manatee County by decreasing each party’s project

funding by $318,912; and will represent 14 percent of the estimated $4,500,000 construction

cost. The transfer of unused trust funds to the ongoing Manatee County project ensures that the

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evenues from the WPSTF continue to meet the state requirements and also retains the use of

funds within the District.

Impact If Not Funded

If not approved, the District will miss the opportunity to leverage state funds with cooperator

dollars, which will increase the difficulty of raising the funds necessary to develop new water

supplies.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibit

(1) Adopt Resolution No. 12-15 to reallocate a total of $637,824, with $635,752 in FY2006 trust

funds approved for the Bradenton ASR System Including Oxygen Removal Study ($45,250),

Lake Tarpon ASR Test Well Program ($234,834), Morningside Area Reclaimed Water

Transmission and Distribution System ($219,620), and Haines City’s Southern Area

Transmission Main Extension ($136,048); and $2,072 in FY2008 trust funds approved for

the Haines City’s Southern Area Transmission Main Extension and transfer to the ongoing

Manatee’s Second of Four MARS 10 Million Gallon (MG) Reclaimed Storage Tank (H093)

project; approve the transfer of $318,912 of ad valorem funds which will be reimbursed by

the WPSTF;

(2) Authorize staff to amend the agreement to add language that will allow the project to use

those funds; and

(3) Authorize the Executive Director or his designee to execute the amendment.

Presenter:

Kenneth R. Herd, P.E., Bureau Chief, Water Resources

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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

RESOLUTION NO. 12-15

REVISION TO THE SLATE OF PROJECTS RECEIVING

STATE FUNDING ASSISTANCE FROM FISCAL YEARS 2006 and 2008

FROM THE WATER PROTECTION AND SUSTAINABILITY TRUST FUND

WHEREAS, the Water Protection and Sustainability Trust Fund (Trust Fund) was established in

Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 to provide funding assistance for development of alternative water

supplies; and

WHEREAS, the Southwest Florida Water Management District (District) was allocated $25

million in FY2006 and $13 million in FY2008 from the Trust Fund to use in combination with its

approved funding to assist in funding the project construction costs of alternative water supply

projects selected by the Governing Board; and

WHEREAS, Section 373.707, Florida Statutes (F.S.), requires that the Governing Board

determine the projects selected for financial assistance as part of the Trust Fund; and

WHEREAS, after careful evaluation, District staff determined that the Manatee’s Second of Four

MARS 10 MG Reclaimed Storage Tank (H093) project meets all of the requirements for the use

of the Trust Funds allocated for FY2006 and FY2008, according to subsections 373.707(8)(f)

and (g), F.S., and the criteria of the District’s Cooperative Funding Initiative; and

WHEREAS, after careful evaluation, District staff had previously determined that the Bradenton

ASR System Including Oxygen Removal Study (K114), Lake Tarpon ASR Test Well Program

(K422), Morningside Area Reclaimed Water Transmission and Distribution System (L254), and

Haines City’s Southern Area Transmission Main Extension (N065) met all of the requirements

for the use of the Trust Funds allocated according to subsections 373.707(8)(f) and (g), F.S.,

and the criteria of the District’s Cooperative Funding Initiative; and

WHEREAS, the Bradenton ASR System Including Oxygen Removal Study (K114) selected for

receiving FY2006 Trust Funds, and approved by the Governing Board in its adoption of the

Budget via District Resolution 06-15 ($101,650), has had a reduction in construction costs,

requiring a total of $45,250 in Trust Funds to be reallocated; and

WHEREAS, the Lake Tarpon ASR Test Well Program (K422) selected for receiving FY2006

Trust Funds, and approved by the Governing Board via Resolution 06-15, was cancelled,

requiring a total of $234,833.70 in Trust Funds to be reallocated; and

WHEREAS, the Morningside Area Reclaimed Water Transmission and Distribution System

(L254) selected for receiving FY2006 Trust Funds, and approved by the Governing Board via

Resolution 06-15, was completed, requiring a total of $219,620.50 in Trust Funds to be

reallocated; and

WHEREAS, the Haines City’s Southern Area Transmission Main Extension selected for

receiving FY2006 and FY2008 Trust Funds, and approved by the Governing Board via

Resolutions 08-22 and 10-12, was completed, requiring a total of $138,120.22 in Trust Funds to

be reallocated; and

WHEREAS, the Manatee’s Second of Four MARS 10 MG Reclaimed Storage Tank project is an

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alternative water supply project in need of additional funding; and

WHEREAS, reallocating the $637,824.42 in Trust Funds from the cancelled and completed

projects will not exceed the maximum funding percentage allowable for the use of state funds

once all District and cooperator funds are budgeted, pursuant to subsection 373.707(8)(e), F.S.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Governing Board of the Southwest Florida

Water Management District that the $635,752.42 in FY2006 Trust Funds approved for the

Bradenton ASR System Including Oxygen Removal Study ($45,250), Lake Tarpon ASR Test

Well Program ($234,833.70), Morningside Area Reclaimed Water Transmission and Distribution

System ($219,620.50), and Haines City’s Southern Area Transmission Main Extension

($136,048.22); and the $2,072 in FY2008 Trust Funds approved for the Haines City’s Southern

Area Transmission Main Extension shall be reallocated to the Manatee’s Second of Four MARS

10 MG Reclaimed Storage Tank (H093) project.

PASSED and ADOPTED this 30th day of October 2012, by the Governing Board of the

Southwest Florida Water Management District.

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

By: ___________________________

H. Paul Senft, Jr., Chair

ATTEST:

___________________________

Albert G. Joerger, Secretary

Approved by Legal:

_________________________

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CERTIFICATE AS TO RESOLUTION NO. 12-15

STATE OF FLORIDA

COUNTY OF HERNANDO

We, the undersigned, hereby certify that we are, Chair and Secretary, respectively, of the

Southwest Florida Water Management District, organized and existing under and by virtue of

the Laws of the State of Florida, and having its office and place of business at 2379 Broad

Street, Brooksville, Hernando County, Florida, and that, on the 30th day of October 2012,

at a duly called and properly held hearing of the Governing Board of the Southwest Florida

Water Management District, at which hearing a majority of the members of the Governing Board

were present, the resolution, which is attached hereto and which this certificate is a part thereof,

was adopted and incorporated in the minutes of that hearing.

Dated at Brooksville, Florida, this 30th day of October 2012.

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA

WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

Attest:

By: ______________________________

H. Paul Senft, Jr., Chair

_______________________________

Albert G. Joerger, Secretary

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

STATE OF FLORIDA

COUNTY OF HERNANDO

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 30th day of October 2012, by H. Paul

Senft, Jr., and Albert G. Joerger, Chair and Secretary, respectively, of the Governing Board of the

Southwest Florida Water Management District, a public corporation, on behalf of the corporation.

They are personally known to me.

WITNESS my hand and official seal on this 30th day of October 2012.

______________________________

Notary Public

State of Florida at Large

My Commission Expires:

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Item 13

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

Resource Management Committee

Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedule Update

Purpose

To approve the Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedule for submission to the

Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).

Background/History

Pursuant to Sections 373.036(7) and 373.042(2), Florida Statutes (F.S.), the District is required

to annually update its priority list and schedule for the establishment of minimum flows and

levels (MFLs), submit the approved list to DEP for approval, and include the approved list in the

District's Consolidated Annual Report.

Staff presented a draft "Proposed Southwest Florida Water Management District Fiscal Year

2013 (October 2012 – September 2013) Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedule"

to the Governing Board at the September 25, 2012 meeting. Comment on the draft priority list

was received at a public workshop held at the Tampa Service Office on October 1, 2012.

The public workshop was attended by seven stakeholders. A stakeholder suggested that MFLs

be adopted for lakes Raleigh, Rogers and Starvation in Hillsborough County as soon as

possible to avoid potential adverse impacts that may result from increased groundwater

pumping from Northern Tampa Bay regional wellfields in response to planned repairs to the

C.W. Bill Young Regional Reservoir. Staff notes that adoption of MFLs for the three lakes is

proposed for fiscal year (FY) 2013. A representative from Pasco County requested that Crews

Lake in Pasco County be added to the priority list. Staff notes that Crews Lake was previously

included on the priority list, but was removed pending delays associated with completion of

floodplain mapping for the lake watershed. Staff expects to recommend reinstatement of the

lake on the priority list once that work is completed. A representative from Marion County

requested that MFLs for Rainbow River and Springs be adopted in FY2013 rather than as

proposed in FY2014. Staff does not recommend an accelerated schedule for adoption of MFLs

for Rainbow River and Springs, noting that data analysis for the system will continue through

FY2013 while staff continues to work on MFLs adoption for other priority water bodies that are

further along in the establishment process.

Based on consideration of stakeholder input, no further additions to the priority list or

rescheduling of water bodies other than those discussed at the September 2012 Board meeting

are proposed. However, based on review of budgetary and staffing requirements for other

priority water bodies, staff recommends that Myakkahatchee Creek be removed from the priority

list. This water body was previously identified by staff for MFLs adoption in FY2016.

Benefits/Costs

The draft priority list and schedule for FY2013 includes all significant river segments and first

magnitude spring systems within the District. It is anticipated that MFLs for all listed water

bodies will be adopted by 2016.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibit

Approve the Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedule for submission to DEP for

review and approval as required by Chapter 373, F.S.

Presenter:

Douglas A. Leeper, Chief Environmental Scientist, Water Resources Bureau

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SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

PROPOSED FISCAL YEAR 2013 (OCTOBER 2012 – SEPTEMBER 2013)

MINIMUM FLOWS AND LEVELS PRIORITY LIST AND SCHEDULE

Priority Water Bodies with Adopted Minimum Flows and Levels
































Alafia River (upper segment)

Alafia River (lower segment)

Anclote River (lower segment)

Anclote River (upper segment)

Braden River (upper segment)

Buckhorn Springs

Citrus County Lakes – Ft. Cooper, Tsala Apopka – Floral City, Inverness and Hernando Pools

Crystal Springs

Dona Bay/Shakett Creek System

Dover/Plant City Water Use Caution Area Minimum Aquifer Level

Hernando County Lakes – Hunters, Lindsey, Mountain, Neff, Spring and Weekiwachee Prairie

Highland County Lakes – Angelo, Anoka, Denton, Jackson, Little Lake Jackson, June-in-Winter,

Letta, Lotela, Placid, Tulane, Verona

Hillsborough County Lakes – Alice, Allen, Barbara, Bird, Brant, Calm, Carroll, Charles, Church,

Crenshaw, Crescent, Crystal, Cypress, Dan, Deer, Dosson, Echo, Ellen, Fairy [Maurine], Garden,

Halfmoon, Harvey, Helen, Hobbs, Horse, Jackson, Juanita, Little Moon, Merrywater, Mound, Platt,

Pretty, Rainbow, Reinheimer, Round, Saddleback, Sapphire, Stemper, Strawberry, Sunset,

Sunshine, Taylor, Virginia, Wimauma

Hillsborough River (lower segment)

Hillsborough River (upper segment)

Levy County Lake – Marion

Lithia Springs

Myakka River (lower segment)

Myakka River (upper segment)

Peace River (lower segment)

Peace River (middle segment)

Peace River (three upper segments – "low" minimum flows)

Northern Tampa Bay – 41 Wetland sites

Northern Tampa Bay – 7 Wells – Upper Floridan aquifer/Saltwater Intrusion

Pasco County Lakes – Bell, Big Fish, Bird, Buddy, Camp, Clear, Green, Hancock, Iola,

Jessamine, King, King [East], Linda, Middle, Moon, Padgett, Parker aka Ann, Pasadena, Pasco,

Pierce, Unnamed #22 aka Loyce

Polk County Lakes – Annie, Bonnie, Clinch, Crooked, Crystal, Dinner, Eagle, Lee, Mabel, McLeod,

North Lake Wales, Parker, Starr, Venus, Wales

Sulphur Springs

Sumter County Lakes – Big Gant, Black, Deaton, Miona, Okahumpka, Panasoffkee

Southern Water Use Caution Area – Upper Floridan aquifer

Tampa Bypass Canal

Weekiwachee River System and Springs (includes Weeki Wachee, Jenkins Creek, Salt, Little

Weeki Wachee and Mud River Springs)

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Southwest Florida Water Management District

Draft Proposed FY2012-2013 Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedule

Priority Water Bodies Scheduled for Minimum Flows and Levels Adoption in Fiscal

Year 2013

Braden River (lower segment)

Chassahowitzka River System and Springs (includes Chassahowitzka Main, Chassahowitzka #1,

Crab Creek, Potter, Ruth and Blind Springs)

Gum Springs Group

Hernando County Lakes – Tooke (S13-T22S-R17E), Whitehurst (S17-T22-R18)

Hillsborough County Lakes – Hanna (S18-T27S-R19E), Hooker (S12-T29S-R203), Keene (S07-

T27S-R19E), Kell (S01-T27S-R18E), Raleigh (S27-T27S-R17E), Rogers (S27-T27S-R17E),

Starvation (S21-T27S-R18E)

Homosassa River System and Springs (includes Halls River Springs, Southeast Fork Homosassa

River Springs, Homosassa Main Springs, Hidden River Springs)

Manatee River (lower segment)

Marion County Lakes – Bonable (S31-T15S-R18E), Little Bonable (S30-T15S-R18E), Tiger (S32-

T15S-R18E)

Pithlachascotee River (lower segment)

Pithlachascotee River (upper segment)

Polk County Lake – Hancock (S08-T29S-R25E)

Priority Water Bodies Scheduled for Minimum Flows and Levels Adoption in Fiscal

Year 2014










Brooker Creek

Crystal River System and Kings Bay Springs

Cypress Creek

Little Manatee River (lower segment)

Little Manatee River (upper segment)

Northern Tampa Bay (reevaluation of selected sites)

Rainbow River and Springs (includes Bubbling and Waterfall Springs)

Withlacoochee River System (lower segment)

Withlacoochee River System (three middle/upper segments)

Priority Water Bodies Scheduled for Minimum Flows and Levels Adoption in Fiscal

Year 2015












Bullfrog Creek

Charlie Creek

Highland County Lakes – Damon (S03-T33-R28), Pioneer (S11-T33-R28), Pythias (S02-T33-

R28), Viola (S14-T33-R38)

Horse Creek

North Prong Alafia River

Peace River (lower segment) (reevaluation)

Polk County Lakes – Amoret (S24-T30S-R27E), Aurora (S13-T30S-R28E), Bonnet (S14-T28S-

R23E), Easy (S19-T30S-R28E), Effie (S03-T30S-R27E), Eva (S32-T27-R27), Josephine (S13-

T30S-R27E), Little Aurora (S13-T30-R28E), Lowery (S14-T27S-R26E), Trout (S34-T32-R28)

Prairie Creek

Shell Creek (lower segment)

Shell Creek (upper segment)

South Prong Alafia River

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Southwest Florida Water Management District

Draft Proposed FY2012-2013 Minimum Flows and Levels Priority List and Schedule

Priority Water Bodies Scheduled for Minimum Flows and Levels Adoption in Fiscal

Year 2016


Peace River (three upper segments – "intermediate" and "high" minimum flows)

Notes

Section-Township-Range (S-T-R) information is listed for lakes scheduled for minimum levels

development to assist in locating individual water bodies. Similar information is provided for lakes with

adopted minimum levels in Table 8-2, Rule 40D-8.624(12), Florida Administrative Code.

All proposed spring and river segment minimum flows and levels will be submitted for voluntary

scientific peer review.

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Item 14

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

Resource Management Committee

Facilitating Agricultural Resource Management Systems (FARMS) Program (H017) –

Reallocation of State Trust Funds and Budget Transfer

Purpose

The purpose of this item is to request authorization to reallocate $1,139,528 in unused funds

appropriated by the State for the West-Central Florida Water Resources Action Plan (WRAP)

and to transfer the associated expenditure budget from the Lake Hancock Lake Level

Modification project (H008) to the FARMS Program (H017) to support future FARMS Program

projects.

Background/History

The goal of the Lake Hancock Lake Level Modification project is to store water by raising the

control elevation of the existing outflow structure on Lake Hancock and to slowly release the

water during the dry season to help meet the minimum flow requirements in the upper Peace

River between Bartow and Zolfo Springs. The project proposes to increase the normal operating

level from 98.7 feet to 100.0 feet National Geodetic Vertical Datum (NGVD) by replacing the

P-11 outfall structure. The project is in the final phase with projected completion costs lower

than anticipated. Staff has identified $1,139,528 in unused State WRAP funds that are not

needed to complete the project and are available for transfer to other projects, such as FARMS

Program projects.

Over the last several fiscal years, the FARMS Program has experienced a steady increase in

program participation and cost-share funding. The number of projects funded by the program

almost doubled between FY2010 (20 projects) and FY2011 (37 projects), with FY2012 having

44 new projects and 6 amendments approved for funding in the amount of $8,295,058. The

FY2013 budget for FARMS Program projects is $6,000,000 in ad valorem and State

Appropriation based funding. This request for the transfer of additional State Appropriation

funds into the FARMS Program would increase the total FARMS Program project budget for

FY2013 to $7,139,528. These funds will advance the District’s commitment to reduce Upper

Floridan aquifer groundwater withdrawals, improve water quality, and improve natural systems

through the FARMS program in FY2013.

FARMS Program projects, traditionally funded 50 percent by the Basins and 50 percent by the

Governing Board and supplemented by State funding when available, have now transitioned to

100 percent Governing Board funding, supplemented by State funding when available. Future

FARMS Projects will use these State Appropriation funds as a priority over ad valorem

Governing Board funds.

Impact If Not Transferred

If the WRAP funds are not transferred, the District will potentially miss the opportunity to

leverage state funds with District dollars. The FARMS Program would be limited in its ability to

continue cost-sharing agricultural best management practices (BMPs) aimed to offset

groundwater quantities, improve water quality and restore natural systems in the current 2013

fiscal year. Objectives identified in the District’s SWUCA Recovery Strategy, Regional Water

Supply Plan, Strategic Plan, SPJC Watersheds Management Plan – Reasonable Assurance

Documentation and Dover/Plant City WUCA Recovery Strategy would be delayed without

sufficient program funding.

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Item 14

Staff Recommendation:

Approve the reallocation of $1,139,528 in State funding for the West-Central Florida Water

Restoration Action Plan and the transfer of the associated expenditure budget from the Lake

Hancock Lake Level Modification project (H008) to the FARMS Program (H017) for future

funding of agricultural BMPs consistent with FARMS Rule 40D-26, F.A.C.

Presenter:

Eric C. DeHaven, P.G., Bureau Chief, Natural Systems and Restoration

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Item 15

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

Finance & Administration Committee

Budget Transfer Report

Purpose

Request approval of the Budget Transfer Report covering all budget transfers made during the

month of September 2012.

Background

In accordance with Board Policy No. 130-8, Budget Authority Transfer of Funds, all transfers

approved by the Executive Director and Finance Bureau Chief under delegated authority are

regularly presented to the Finance and Administration Committee for approval on the Consent

Agenda at the next scheduled meeting. The exhibit for this item reflects all such transfers

executed since the date of the last report for the Committee's approval.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibit

Approve the Budget Transfer Report covering all budget transfers for September 2012.

Presenter:

Linda R. Pilcher, Assistant Bureau Chief, Finance

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1 5Water Resources 6Data Collection Transfer of funds originally budgeted for consulting services associated with the $ 8,020

3111 Consultant Services 6403 Equipment - Outside

development of minimum levels on lakes. Expenditures were less than anticipated.

Funds were required for the purchase of data logging equipment needed for the

development of hydrologic models to establish minimum lakes levels for the 13 lakes

located within the Central Florida Water Initiative (CFWI).

2 6Data Collection 6Data Collection Transfer of funds originally budgeted for the purchase of data radios for upgrade of

3,629

6403 Equipment - Outside 6403 Equipment - Outside

communications at data collection sites. After cost analysis, the radio communications

efforts were ended and cellular IP was implemented District-wide as the standard for

data communications. As a result, no data radios were purchased. Funds were

required for the purchase of a replacement scientific-grade oil-free air compressor for

the Laboratory's Inductivity Coupled Plasma Analyzer used for metals analysis.

3 6Operations & Land Management 6Operations & Land Management Transfer of funds originally budgeted for emergency events. Funds were needed to

50,000

3111 Consultant Services 6403 Equipment - Outside

acquire a pump for use during emergency events for the protection of public health,

safety and welfare.

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4 6Operations & Land Management 6Operations & Land Management Transfer of funds originally budgeted for structure controls technology upgrades. Funds 3,200

3401 Other Contractual Services 6403 Equipment - Outside

were needed to replace damaged gate sensors at Structure 551.




1 3Natural Systems & Restoration 3Natural Systems & Restoration Transfer of budgeted funds to the appropriate expenditure category for the Stormwater $ 27,383

3111 Consultant Services 3431 Contracted Construction Improvements - Water Quality - Frostproof - Lake Clinch project, construction phase.

2 3Natural Systems & Restoration 3Natural Systems & Restoration Transfer of budgeted funds to the general Florida Department of Transportation

91,000

3431 Contracted Construction 3431 Contracted Construction (FDOT) Mitigation Program budget appropriation for allocation to future FDOT

Mitigation Program projects.

4 3Natural Systems & Restoration 3Natural Systems & Restoration Transfer of budgeted funds to the appropriate project codes for staff time associated

14,000

1201 Salaries 1201 Salaries

with the Colt Creek, Mobbly Bayou Preserves, and Brooker Creek FDOT Mitigation

projects.

5 0Human Resources & Risk Mgmt XVarious Bureaus Transfer of budgeted funds to appropriate bureaus for the Student Intern Program.

31,155

1201 Salaries 1201 Salaries

6 0Human Resources & Risk Mgmt 0Information Technology Transfer of budgeted funds to appropriate bureau for the INROADS Student Program.

1,115

3424 Temp Contracted Services SB Salaries & Benefits

7 6Data Collection 6Data Collection Transfer of budgeted funds to the appropriate project code for the enhancement of

88,643

3111 Consultant Services 3111 Consultant Services

LiDAR topographic requirements for the Watershed Management Program in the Lake

Manatee Watershed.





This report identifies transfers made during the month that did not require advance Governing Board approval. These transfers have been approved by either the Executive

Director or Finance Bureau Chief consistent with Board Policy 130-8, and are presented for Governing Board approval on the consent agenda. Executive Director approved

transfers are made for a purpose other than the original budget intent, but are limited to individual transfer amounts of $50,000 or less. Finance Bureau Chief approved

transfers are accounting type transfers with no change to the original budget intent.


Item 16

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

Finance & Administration Committee

Office Service Analysis

Purpose

Request approval to (1) conduct an analysis of current market rates for office services through a

Request for Proposals (RFP); (2) perform a cost-comparison of the District’s existing office

service expenses; and (3) explore any cost-saving opportunities identified.

Background

Pursuant to the Governor’s and Board’s direction, District staff is exploring opportunities to

reduce District expenses while ensuring the delivery of effective and efficient services. District

staff has conducted a preliminary review of options for the delivery of office services including

printing, mailing, and document imaging. However, to ensure that a thorough and

comprehensive analysis of all available options is performed, a market review of outside

services by a qualified company is required.

Staff Recommendation:

(1) Conduct an analysis of current market rates for office services, including printing, mailing,

and document imaging, through a RFP;

(2) Perform a cost-comparison of the District’s existing office service expenses; and

(3) Explore any cost-saving opportunities identified.

Presenter:

Earl Rich, Document Services Manager, General Services Bureau

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Item 17.a.

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

General Counsel’s Report

Administrative, Enforcement, and Litigation Activities that Require Governing Board Approval

Interagency Agreement between the SWFWMD and the SJRWMD to Designate the

SWFWMD as the Agency with Regulatory Responsibility for Water Use Permitting –

Whitehurst Cattle Company – Marion and Levy Counties

The Whitehurst Cattle Company submitted Water Use Permit Application No. 20005122.005 to

the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) for property located within the

jurisdictional boundaries of both the SWFWMD and the St. Johns River Water Management

District (SJRWMD), collectively referred to as “the Districts.” The majority of the property and

activities subject to regulatory review are located within the jurisdictional boundaries of the

SWFWMD.

The SWFWMD has previously taken regulatory responsibility for permitting water withdrawals

and uses of water by Whitehurst Cattle Company on the property. However, SWFWMD staff

discovered that the assumption of regulatory responsibility was based upon a record of oral

communications between SWFWMD and SJRWMD and that an interagency agreement

designating the SWFWMD as the water management district with regulatory responsibility over

water use permitting on the property has not been executed.

Section 373.406(6), Florida Statutes, authorizes water management districts to designate, via

interagency agreement, a single water management district as the agency having regulatory

responsibilities for a geographic area or specific project or property when the property or project

is located within the jurisdictional boundaries of both districts. Due to the majority of the

property and activities being within the jurisdictional boundaries of the SWFWMD and the

SWFWMD’s previous permitting history with the property and applicant, the Districts have

agreed that the SWFWMD should be designated the water management district with regulatory

responsibility for the water withdrawals and uses of water on the property. The Executive

Director of the SJRWMD has already approved and executed the attached Interagency

Agreement.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibit

Approve the Interagency Agreement between the Southwest Florida Water Management District

and the St. Johns River Water Management District for Designation of Regulatory Responsibility

for Water Use Permitting of the Whitehurst Cattle Company in Marion and Levy Counties.

Presenter:

Laura Donaldson, General Counsel

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Item 17.b.

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

General Counsel’s Report

Administrative, Enforcement, and Litigation Activities that Require Governing Board Approval

Initiation of Litigation – Unauthorized Construction – James V. Risher and Carolyn

Risher – Levy County

On June 19, 2008, District staff drove by property located at 18291 S.E. 72nd Avenue, Inglis,

Levy County, Florida (Property) and observed that approximately 1.20 acres of a previously

treed upland had been cleared and covered with impervious material for the construction of a

limerock roadway and paved parking lot. The Property is owned by James and Carolyn Risher

(Owners). The Owners had not applied for and the District had not issued an Environmental

Resource Permit (ERP) authorizing these activities.

On July 1, 2008, the District issued a Notice of Unauthorized Construction to the Owners

informing them of the unauthorized activities, the need for an ERP to be obtained, and that

flooding may occur as a result of the unauthorized construction. The District did not receive a

response from the Owners and sent a Second Notice of Unauthorized Construction on August

6, 2008.

On August 25, 2008, the District received and responded to a flooding complaint from a

neighboring property owner. During the site visit, the District determined that flooding had

occurred due to the Owners unauthorized construction and informed Mr. Risher in person of the

need to apply for and acquire an ERP.

The District did not receive an ERP application and on April 8, 2009, sent the Owners an

Unauthorized Construction Processing Notice informing them that the matter would be referred

to the District’s Office of General Counsel (OGC). On November 24, 2009, OGC issued a

Notice of Violation (NOV) and proposed Consent Order to the Owners. The proposed Consent

Order required that the Property be restored or an ERP be obtained and assessed penalties

and costs totaling $13,000 as follows:

• $11,000 for constructing 1.20 acres of impervious surface at $7,500 per acre

• $2,000 the standard enforcement cost assessment for unauthorized construction

Upon receipt of the NOV and proposed Consent Order, Mr. Risher contacted OGC and

proposed $3,000 in payment of penalties and costs, but did not want to restore the Property or

apply for an ERP.

In April 2012, the District observed that the paved parking lot remained, but the area previously

covered with limerock had not been maintained as an impervious surface. The District

estimated the paved impervious surface was approximately 0.44 acres.

During discussions with OGC in July 2012, Mr. Risher indicated that he may remove the paved

parking lot. OGC offered to resolve the matter through a proposed Consent Order that required

removal of the paved area, and assessed revised penalties and costs totaling $3,000. OGC

followed up with Mr. Risher in August 2012 and in September 2012 on settlement of this matter,

but has not received a response.

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Item 17.b.

Staff Recommendation:

Authorize the initiation of litigation against James and Carolyn Risher and any other appropriate

parties to obtain compliance, to recover an administrative fine/civil penalty for the violations, and

to recover District enforcement costs, court costs and attorney’s fees.

Presenter:

Ronni Moore, Senior Attorney

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Item 17.c.

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

General Counsel’s Report

Administrative, Enforcement, and Litigation Activities that Require Governing Board Approval

Consent Order – Surface Water Activity - Robert J. Colvin and Mary A. Colvin – Lake

County

On July 31, 2012, this matter came before the Governing Board to authorize litigation against

Robert and Mary Colvin (Owners) for unauthorized wetland dredging and filling in the southern

portion of their property located in Lake County (Property). The Governing Board moved

unanimously for the District to work with the Owners to resolve this matter and, if the matter

could not be resolved, to appear before the Governing Board at its October 2012 meeting to

authorize litigation against the Owners.

On August 28, 2012, the District conducted a site visit at the Owners’ Property, marked the

areas in the southern portion of the Property where fill would need to be removed and areas

where the removed fill could be placed. On September 12, 2012, the District requested the

Owners submit a financial affidavit for the District to determine the Owners’ ability to pay the

$60,300 in penalties that had been assessed for the wetland impacts. The District received the

Owners’ financial affidavit on September 21, 2012.

On October 10, 2012, the District sent the Owners a revised Consent Order. The revised

Consent Order requires restoration to the wetland as discussed during the August 28, 2012, site

visit, waives the penalties of $60,300 if the Owners complete the restoration requirements within

one year of the effective date of the Consent Order, and requires payment of the District’s costs

totaling $2,000 within 30 days of the effective date of the Consent Order.

Staff Recommendation:

Approve the Consent Order between the Southwest Florida Water Management District and

Robert and Mary Colvin.

Presenter:

Ronni Moore, Senior Attorney

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Item 17.d.

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

General Counsel’s Report

Administrative, Enforcement, and Litigation Activities that Require Governing Board Approval

Settlement – SWFWMD v. M. Lewis King and Hancock Lake Ranch, LLC (Parcel No.

20-503-111-P)

On October 28, 2008, in connection with the Lake Hancock Lake Level Modification Project

(“Project”), the District’s Governing Board adopted a Resolution authorizing the use of eminent

domain to acquire an inundation easement to establish the Lake Hancock outfall control

structure at an elevation of 100 NGVD (1929).

On March 29, 2011, the District filed a petition in eminent domain to obtain an inundation

easement over 8.5 acres of real property identified as Parcel 111-P, and owned by M. Lewis

King and Hancock Lake Ranch, LLC (the “Property”).

In July 2011, the District filed an amended petition seeking to acquire an intermittent flowage

and inundation easement on the Property. On September 30, 2011, the trial court dismissed

the amended petition on grounds the property rights sought to be acquired in the petition

differed from those authorized in the Resolution. On October 25, 2011, the Governing Board

adopted a new Resolution authorizing eminent domain to acquire the intermittent easement.

The District served a second amended petition on October 28, 2011. On January 4, 2012, the

court dismissed the second amended petition. In response, the District filed notice on January

23 that it would not amend further.

On January 9, 2012, the District sent notice to the Property owners that it intended to

commence new eminent domain proceedings as to the Property upon completion of statutorily

required pre-suit negotiations. The District offered $109,400 to the Property owners for the

easement sought, while the owners made a compensation claim in excess of their $207,900

appraisal. The District appraised the Property at $10,000 per acre with an easement impact on

value of 25%, while the owners appraised the Property at $15,000 per acre with a 90% to 95%

impact on value from the easement. The District’s appraiser concluded that there were

damages to the remainder, but in an amount substantially less than the $85,400 remainder

damages determined by the owners’ appraiser.

The parties attended a pre-suit mediation on August 30, 2012. As a result of the mediation, the

parties arrived at a contingent settlement, subject to approval by the District’s Governing Board,

whereby the District will pay the owners $170,000 for the easement.

Staff Recommendation:

Approve the settlement agreement whereby the District will pay the owners $170,000 for the

easement necessary for implementation of the Project.

Presenter:

Joseph J. Ward, Senior Assistant General Counsel

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Item 17.e.

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

General Counsel’s Report

Administrative, Enforcement, and Litigation Activities that Require Governing Board Approval

Settlement – Mudd v. City of Lake Wales and SWFWMD (Tenth Judicial Circuit) –

Polk County

This case concerns an inverse condemnation claim arising from the flooding of multiple

properties located in Polk County on a peninsula of land that projects into Lake Belle. The

flooding occurred primarily in 2005, a year in which Lake Belle experienced record water levels

due to rainfall well above the average annual amount for the area. Co-defendant, the City of

Lake Wales, owns and operates rapid infiltration basins (RIBS) near Lake Belle as part of its

reclaimed water system. The plaintiffs in this case contend that lateral seepage into Lake Belle

from high volumes of water pumped into the RIBS may have contributed to the flooding of the

plaintiffs’ properties.

In 2006, the District was named as a defendant in the lawsuit because it had entered into a

Cooperative Funding Agreement with the City whereby the District helped fund the design and

construction of the City’s reclaimed water project. The District filed a motion to dismiss, and in

2007 the motion to dismiss was granted. However, in 2008, the plaintiffs further amended their

complaint and the District was rejoined as a defendant.

A four-day bench trial was scheduled for October 8 through 11, 2012. On the morning of Friday,

October 5, the Office of General Counsel was advised by the District’s outside counsel that the

plaintiffs’ attorney proposed settling the case as to the District for $100,000. Since trial was set

to begin on Monday morning, October 8, the General Counsel consulted with the Executive

Director and the Board Chair to obtain approval for settlement pursuant to Board Policy 160-3,

which allows such approval “if the matter requires immediate action and cannot be delayed to

be represented at the next regularly scheduled Board meeting.” After further negotiations, the

parties agreed on the morning of trial to settle for $40,000, subject to Governing Board approval.

While the District had a strong defense to plaintiffs’ claims, the settlement brings certainty of

result, avoiding potentially significant liability plus plaintiffs’ attorney’s fees, while also avoiding

the costs of a four-day trial.

Staff Recommendation:

Approve the settlement agreement whereby the District will pay the plaintiffs $40,000 in

exchange for being dismissed from the lawsuit.

Presenter:

Joseph J. Ward, Senior Assistant General Counsel

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Item 18.a.

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

General Counsel’s Report

Rulemaking

Approve Repeal of Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., to be Consistent with the Changes

Necessitated by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Guidance for

Consumptive Use Permit Compliance Reporting Requirements and Review Memorandum

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is leading CUPcon, a statewide

effort to improve consistency in the Consumptive/Water Use Permitting Programs implemented

by the water management districts (WMDs). The individual water management district

consumptive use permitting rules, while all developed under the authority of Ch. 373, F.S., are

inconsistent among the WMDs. While some of the differences may be based on differing

physical and natural characteristics, others are the result of development of separate rules and

procedures developed over time. The goals of CUPcon include: (1) making the consumptive

use permitting program less confusing for applicants; (2) treating applicants equitably statewide;

(3) providing consistent protection of the environment; (4) streamlining the process; and

(5) provide incentives for behavior that protects water resources, including conservation.

In November and December 2011, the DEP met with stakeholders from the following groups:

public water supply, agricultural water use, industrial use, recreational and small commercial

self supply, and environmental interests. The stakeholders identified many issues that should be

addressed to improving consistency in consumptive use permitting. Following the stakeholders

meetings, DEP and the WMDs formed a CUPcon Core Team that will develop solutions for the

issues identified during stakeholder meetings. Alba Mas and Darrin Herbst are representing the

District on the core team, with Laura Donaldson serving as a member of the CUPcon legal

group. On August 15 and 16, 2012, the DEP and District held CUPCon rulemaking workshops

in Brooksville and Tampa, respectively. On August 21, 2012, the DEP, District, South Florida

Water Management District and the St. Johns River Water Management District held a

CUPCon rulemaking workshop in Kissimmee.

On April 24, 2012, the District approved Initiation of Rule Development to Amend the District’s

Water Use Permitting Rules in Accordance with the DEP’s Statewide Effort to Improve

Consistency between the WMDs’ Consumptive/Water Use Permitting Programs. Due to the

number of identified issues and varying degrees of complexity, it was anticipated that this

rulemaking process will continue, at a minimum, through the end of this year.

DEP issued "Guidance for Consumptive Use Permit Compliance Reporting Requirements and

Review" to the WMDs on March 23, 2012 (Memo). The Memo provides guidance as it relates to

the implementation of Section 373.236(4), F.S., which authorizes a WMD to require a

compliance report by a permittee every ten years in order to maintain reasonable assurance

that the conditions for issuance of a 20-year permit can continue to be met. The statute

requires that the compliance report should contain sufficient data to “maintain reasonable

assurance that the initial conditions for permit issuance are met.” The Memo provides that the

ten year compliance report should not be treated as a new permit or permit renewal as the

statute requires that it’s only to provide assurance that the original conditions of the permit are

still met. Reaffirmation or rejustification based on new WMD rules is not appropriate.

Requesting duplicative information should also be avoided. In addition, DEP recognizes that

submitted actual demand information may be lower than the projections used when the permit

application was issued due to water conservation, socio-economic changes, etc. The Memo

provides that reductions of allocations during the compliance review due to a reduction in

demand should only be considered in limited circumstances.

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Item 18.a.

DEP and District staff has identified that the District’s Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., related to the

Population and Impact Analysis and Verification of 10-year Requirements, needs to be repealed

to become more consistent with Section 373.236(4), Florida Statutes, the other WMDs and the

Memo. Rule 40D-3.22, F.A.C., provides that if a permittee’s reporting period demands are less

than 90% of the projected demands used when the permit application was issued, the District

shall reduce its allocation unless the permittee can show a legal, technical or other type of

hardship as to why the permitted demand should not be reduced. Another provision of the rule

requires additional groundwater modeling. Finally, the rule provides that if the permit does not

meet the special conditions required to receive a twenty year permit in Rule 40D-2.321, F.A.C.,

the permit’s term shall automatically reduce to a shorter permit duration.

District staff now seeks approval to repeal Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., to be more consistent with

Section 373.236(4), F.S., rules of the other WMDs and the Memo by eliminating the automatic

reduction in permitted quantities, the requirement for additional groundwater modeling and the

automatic reduction in permit duration.

A copy of Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., is attached as Exhibit A. A copy of the DEP “Guidance for

Consumptive Use Permit Compliance Reporting Requirements and Review” dated March 32,

2012 is attached as Exhibit B. Upon Board approval of the rule amendment, District staff will

notify the Governor’s Office of Fiscal Accountability and Regulatory Reform (OFARR) and

proceed with rulemaking without further Governing Board action. If substantive comments are

received from the public or reviewing entities such as OFARR or the Joint Administrative

Procedures Committee, or if changes are needed to coordinate with any rule changes proposed

by DEP, this matter will be brought back to the Governing Board for further consideration. The

following chart depicts the current stage of the rulemaking process for this item.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibits

Approve Repeal of Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., to be Consistent with the Changes Necessitated by

the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Guidance for Consumptive Use Permit

Compliance Reporting Requirements and Review Memorandum.

Presenter:

Laura Donaldson, General Counsel

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Exhibit A

40D-2.322 Population and Impact Analysis and Verification of 10-year Requirements.

(1) This Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., shall apply to new and renewal permits issued after 6-30-

10 and permits that are substantially modified after 6-30-10.

(2) For 20 year General and Individual Public Supply Permits, at years 10 and 15 of the

permit the permittee shall submit an analysis and summary of the long-term trends over the

reporting period and through the term of the permit that addresses population growth based on

the District’s BEBR medium based GIS model or equivalent methodology, non-population based

factors such as large industrial or other uses, other water demand, and per capita use. If the

reporting period demands are less than 90% of the projected demands as reflected in the permit

for that period or for the remainder of the term of the permit, the permittee shall demonstrate a

legal, technical or other type of hardship as to why the permitted demand should not be reduced

to an allocation based on actual demands experienced through the reporting period and demands

projected through the remaining term of the permit. Within 90 days of a District notification to

the permittee that the demonstration was not made, the permittee shall submit a request to

modify the permit allocation consistent with actual and projected demands.

(3) Where data indicate adverse impacts to environmental or other water resources, offsite

land use or a legal existing use, non-compliance with a minimum flow or level or associated

recovery or prevention strategy, or interference with a reservation, or where data indicate the

impacts predicted at the time of permit issuance were underestimated to the degree that the

previous analysis is inadequate, an updated ground-water modeling analysis and data analysis

shall be required to address compliance with conditions for issuance.

(4) Permits that are issued for 20 year duration based on meeting the conditions set forth in

paragraph 40D-2.321(2)(b), (c), (d) or (e), F.A.C., within 10 years shall include a timeline of

activities proposed to result in achieving these requirements, and progress reports. If these

requirements are not achieved within 10 years, the permit duration shall revert to the applicable

duration provided in Rule 40D-2.321, F.A.C., unless this reversion would result in the permit

having expired or less than a year of remaining duration. In such cases, the permit will expire

one year following the final determination of non-achievement and will be limited to a permitted

quantity that equals an additional two years future demand beyond current demand, as

determined pursuant to section 3.0 of Part B, Basis of Review, of the Water Use Permit

Information Manual incorporated by reference in Rule 40D-2.091, F.A.C., from the point of final

determination of non-achievement.

Rulemaking Authority 373.044, 373.113, 373.171 FS. Law Implemented 373.103, 373.171,

373.219, 373.223, 373.227, 373.250 FS. History–New 6-30-10. Repealed -12.

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Item 18.b.

Consent Agenda

October 30, 2012

General Counsel’s Report

Rulemaking

Initiation and Approval of Rulemaking to Amend Rule 40D-1.608, F.A.C., to Clarify the

Requirements for Certain Counties and Municipalities to Request a Permit Fee Reduction

Section 218.075, Florida Statutes (F.S.), requires the Florida Department of Environmental

Protection and the Water Management Districts to reduce or waive permit processing fees for

counties and municipalities that meet certain population requirements and can demonstrate that

payment of the fees would create a fiscal hardship or that a particular project or activity is

environmentally necessary.

The proposed rulemaking will amend Rule 40D-1.608, F.A.C., to clarify the requirements for

counties and municipalities to request a permit fee reduction under Section 218.075, F.S. A

permit applicant requesting a permit fee reduction will be required to submit a certification of

fiscal hardship in accordance with Section 218.075, F.S., or documentation demonstrating the

environmental need for a proposed project or activity at the time that an application for a permit

is submitted. Upon submittal of the required certification of fiscal hardship or documentation

that project or activity is environmentally necessary, the permit fee will be reduced. The

rulemaking will also delete provisions of the Rule that repeat the requirements contained in

Section 218.075, F.S. The proposed amendments are included as Exhibit “A.”

Upon Governing Board approval, staff will proceed with the changes, in accordance with the

process described on the rulemaking chart, without further Governing Board action, unless

substantive public comment is received or substantive changes are proposed, in which case the

matter will be brought back before the Governing Board for additional consideration.

Staff Recommendation: See Exhibits

Initiate and approve rulemaking to amend Rule 40D-1.608, F.A.C., to clarify the requirements

for certain counties and municipalities to request a permit fee reduction and to delete provisions

that repeat the requirements contained in Section 218.075, F.S., and authorize staff to make

any necessary clarifying or technical changes that may result from the rulemaking process.

Presenter:

Laura Donaldson, General Counsel

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RULEMAKING PROCESS

Seek Board Approval to Initiate Rulemaking (and Approve Rule Language, if available)

Notify OFARR & Publish Notice of Rule Development

Public Workshops Held, If Necessary

Board Approval of Rule Language

Notify OFARR & Publish Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

Hearing, If Requested

Board Discussion & Approval of Any Changes From Hearing,

OFARR or JAPC; Publish Notice of Change

File Rule With Department of State

Rule Is Final 20 Days After Filing With Department of State

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Exhibit A – Proposed Rule Language

40D-1.608 Permit Fee Reduction for Certain Counties and Municipalities.

(1) A permit applicant requesting a permit fee reduction pursuant to Section 218.075, F.S., shall

submit, at the time of application for a permit, documentation that the population requirements of

the statute have been met and:

a) Certification, as required by Section 218.075, F.S., that the cost of a permit

processing fee constitutes a fiscal hardship; or,

b) Documentation demonstrating the environmental need for the proposed project or

activity.

(2) Normally applicable permit application fees will apply when the fee is less than $100.00.

(3) The submission of a certification pursuant to Section 218.075, F.S., and this section shall be

a factor in determining whether the county or municipality can provide reasonable assurance of

conditions of issuance for an environmental resource permit with required mitigation.

(1) The following entities shall be eligible for permit fee reduction:

(a) Counties within the District with a population of 50,000 or less;

(b) Municipalities within the District with a population of 25,000 or less; and

(c) Any county or municipality not included within a metropolitan statistical area.

(2) In order for a county or municipality which is described in one of the above categories to

qualify for a permit fee reduction, the governing body of the county or municipality must submit

and certify that the fee reduction is necessary due to fiscal hardship.

(3) The governing body shall certify to the District, with supporting documentation, that the fiscal

hardship is due to at least one of the following factors:

(a) Per capita taxable value is less than the statewide average for the current fiscal year;

(b) Percentage of assessed property value exempt from ad valorem taxation is higher than the

statewide average for the current fiscal year;

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(c) Any condition specified in Section 218.503, F.S., that determines a state of financial

emergency;

(d) Ad valorem operating millage rate for the current fiscal year is greater than 8 mils; or

(e) A financial condition documented in annual financial statements at the end of the current

fiscal year which indicates an inability to pay the permit fee during that fiscal year.

(4) Upon receipt of the above certification, with the supporting documentation, the District shall

review and determine the fee is reduced to $100.00 for the proposed activity.

(5) The certification shall be submitted at the time of application for a permit pursuant to Chapter

40D-2, 40D-4, 40D-40 or 40D-400, F.A.C.

(6) Unless at the time of submittal of an application either the appropriate fee or a certification

pursuant to this section is submitted, the application shall be subject to denial.

(7) The submission of a certification pursuant to this section shall be a factor in determining

whether the county or municipality can provide reasonable assurance of conditions of issuance

for an environmental resource permit with required mitigation.

Specific Authority 373.044, 373.113, 373.149, 373.171 FS. Law Implemented 218.075 FS.

History–New 12-22-94, Amended 10-19-95, 3-31-96, 6-5-05, .

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b.

c.

Staff Recommendation:

See Exhibits

Approve the minutes as presented.

Presenter:

Blake C. Guillory, Executive Director

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MINUTES OF THE MEETING

FIRST PUBLIC HEARING FOR THE TENTATIVE FISCAL YEAR 2012-13

MILLAGE RATE AND ANNUAL SERVICE BUDGET

AND OTHER BUSINESS MEETING

GOVERNING BOARD

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

TAMPA,FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 11, 2012

The Governing Board of the Southwest Florida Water Management District met at 6:00 p.m. on

September 11, 2012, at the Tampa Service Office. The following persons were present:

Board Members Present

H. Paul Senft, Chair

Douglas B. Tharp, Secretary

Albert G. Joerger, Treasurer

Jeffrey M. Adams, Member

Michael A. Babb, Member

Jennifer E. Closshey, Member

Randall S. Maggard, Member

Todd Pressman, Member

Board Member(s) Absent

Carlos Beruff, Member

Staff Members Present

David T. Rathke, Chief of Staff

Laura J. Donaldson, General Counsel

Kurt P. Fritsch, Division Director

Mark A. Hammond, Division Director

Michael L. Holtkamp, Division Director

Alba E. Más, Division Director

Daryl F. Pokrana, Director, Finance Bureau

Linda R. Pilcher, Assistant Director, Finance Bureau

Michael B. Cacioppo, Senior Budget Analyst, Finance

Cathy A. Linsbeck, Senior Budget Analyst, Finance

Alan J. Lynch, Senior Budget Analyst, Finance

Recorded by:

Randy Emberg, Video Production Engineer

A list of others present who signed the attendance roster is filed in the permanent records of the

District. This meeting was available for viewing through internet streaming. Approved minutes

from previous meetings can be found on the District's Web site (www.WaterMatters.org).

1. Call to Order and Opening Comments

Chair Senft called the meeting to order and opened the public hearing. This meeting is

being conducted using communications media technology in order to permit maximum

participation of Governing Board members.

Mr. Emberg called the roll and noted a quorum was present. Mr. Rathke offered the

innovation. Chair Senft then led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of

America.

Chair Senft said this hearing is for the purpose of adopting a tentative millage rate and

budget for the Southwest Florida Water Management District, pursuant to Sections 373.536

and 200.065, Florida Statutes, as amended. If any member of the public would like to speak

during this hearing, please fill out a blue card located at the desk outside the door and give

the card to Mr. Emberg who is seated at the table in front of the dais. Members of the public

will be called on at the appropriate time during the meeting and will be limited to three

minutes per speaker.

Chair Senft relinquished the gavel to Mr. Joerger, Treasurer and Chair of the Finance and

Administration Committee. (00:00/03:20)

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2. Budget Overview

Mr. Joerger said the purpose of this first Truth in Millage (TRIM) public hearing is to provide

an opportunity for the public to speak and ask questions prior to the Governing Board’s

adoption of a tentative millage rate and budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2012-13. A second

public hearing will be held on September 25, 2012, prior to adoption of the final millage rate

and budget, and also to be held at the Tampa Service Office.

Mr. Joerger said staff has developed this budget based on current economic and taxation

realities to ensure the long-term sustainability of the region’s water resources. The

proposed budget is $159.5 million, which is $4.0 million more than last year’s adopted

budget. While the overall proposed budget is higher, the recurring (or operating) portion of

the budget has been reduced by 19 percent from $94.5 million to $76.2 million. This is a

reduction of $18.3 million. The non-recurring or projects portion of the budget has increased

from $61.0 million to $83.3 million, an increase of $22.3 million or 37 percent. This includes

grants in support of the District’s Cooperative Funding Initiative, as well as funding for

District programs such as Facilitating Agricultural Resource Management Systems (FARMS)

and Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM). The District’s efforts to reduce

its operating costs have allowed for increasing investments in the regional community.

Those investments will protect the water resources now and in the future, and spur the

economy and create jobs today.

Mr. Joerger said District staff worked closely this year with its local partners to identify critical

projects that can be brought to construction quickly to the benefit of the local governments

and the local and regional economies. Those same partners also helped staff identify old

projects that may not be as appropriate in these economic times. By combining the

operating reductions with savings from projects completed under budget or cancelled, the

District was able to put $66.0 million into Cooperative Funding projects in this proposed

budget. The Cooperative Funding grants will result in matching project funds of at least

$66.0 million, for a total investment for water supply, flood protection, water quality and

natural systems projects of over $132.0 million. This is an increase from $81.0 million

leveraged this year. The District has done this without incurring any debt.

Mr. Joerger said the proposed budget includes $100.5 million in ad valorem property tax

revenue. This is based on holding the millage rate at 0.3928 mill, the same as last year.

Since property values have declined, this millage rate is below the rolled-back rate. The

rolled-back rate is the millage rate that would have given us the same amount of revenue as

the current year plus taxes on new construction. By holding the millage rate constant during

a period of declining property values, District taxpayers will pay $2.9 million less in ad

valorem taxes than in the current year.

Mr. Joerger noted the District has reduced its workforce by 19 percent from 764 full-time

equivalent positions (or FTEs) for the current year to 617 FTEs for FY2012-13. This is down

from 891 FTEs in FY2009-10. Notwithstanding these reductions, the District has maintained

or improved its service goals as indicated through the quarterly water management district

metrics reports published by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).

Mr. Joerger said the District has done a good job on this budget proposal, and he believes

that its work will be well received by the DEP, the Executive Office of the Governor, and the

Florida Legislature. There are no proposed changes to the FY2012-13 budget as last

presented to the Governing Board on August 28, 2012, and no written comments have been

received from the chairs of legislative committees or subcommittees due September 5.

Mr. Joerger noted that there have been approximately 20 meetings regarding the budget

and stated the District is operating with due caution. He requested Ms. Pilcher to proceed to

the required portion of the hearing. (03:20/08:34)

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3. Public Announcement of the Name of the Taxing Authority, Rolled-Back Rate,

Percentage Decrease, and Millage Rate to be Levied for FY2012-13

Ms. Pilcher presented the required public announcement of the name of the taxing authority,

the rolled-back rate, the percentage of tax decrease below the rolled-back rate, and the

millage rate to be levied for FY2012-13, and read into the record as required for the District.

TAXING AUTHORITY

Southwest Florida Water

Management District

(08:34/09:09)

ROLLED-BACK PERCENTAGE OF TAX DECREASE

MILLAGE RATE

RATE BELOW ROLLED-BACK RATE

0.4076 -3.63% 0.3928

4. Public Comments

a. Letters/Resolutions Received

Mr. Joerger noted the District has received correspondence from two taxpayers in

response to receiving their 2012 Notice of Proposed Property Taxes. Copies of the

letters have been provided to each Governing Board member present today. Staff will

formally respond to these letters and will copy those responses to each Governing Board

member later this week. Letters and resolutions received regarding the tentative millage

rate and budget have been compiled into an Exhibit "A" to Agenda Item 4a and are

hereby incorporated by reference into the public record of this meeting. Copies of this

exhibit are available and are also located at District headquarters.

Mr. Joerger said staff has received around 15 calls from taxpayers, which is comparable

to the number received before the first hearing last year.

b. Persons Wishing to Address the Board

Mr. Joerger requested that anyone wishing to address the budget come forward, and

state their name, address, and group affiliation, if any.

Mr. Joerger noted that there were no requests to address the Board. (09:09/10:20)

5. Adopt Tentative Fiscal Year 2012-13 Millage Rate

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

RESOLUTION NO. 12-10

ADOPTION OF TENTATIVE MILLAGE RATE FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013

This resolution is made a part of these minutes as if set forth in full but, for convenience, is

filed in the permanent resolution files of the District.

Following consideration, Ms. Closshey moved to adopt Resolution No. 12-10, Adoption

of Tentative Millage Rate for Fiscal Year 2012-2013, of 0.3928 mill. Mr. Tharp

seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. (10:20/11:27)

6. Adopt Tentative Fiscal Year 2012-13 Budget

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

RESOLUTION NO. 12-11

ADOPTION OF TENTATIVE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012-2013

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This resolution is made a part of these minutes as if set forth in full but, for convenience, is

filed in the permanent resolution files of the District.

Following consideration, Mr. Tharp moved to adopt Resolution No. 12-11, Adoption of

Tentative Budget for Fiscal Year 2012-2013, in the amount of $159,450,185.

Mr. Maggard seconded the motion. The motion carried unanimously. (11:27/12:06)

7. Announcement of Second and Final Public Hearing

Mr. Joerger announced the second public hearing will be held on September 25, 2012,

6:00 p.m., at the District’s Tampa Service Office. Final action on the FY2012-13 budget will

be taken at that time.

Chair Senft noted that starting at 6:00 p.m. allows the public an opportunity to attend after

normal business hours.

Mr. Joerger relinquished the gavel to Chair Senft. (12:05/14:20)

Chair Senft closed the public hearing and opened the Board meeting to consider the following

item.

8. Independent Audit Services

Mr. Fritsch said he will be presenting the auditor selected by the Board’s subcommittee who

evaluated and ranked the ten independent auditor proposals based solely on qualifications

to perform the District’s annual financial audit. The Board subcommittee was composed of

Ms. Closshey, Mr. Joerger and Mr. Tharp. Mr. Fritsch said the subcommittee presented

three proposals to the Board as eligible for consideration in order of ranking: (1) KPMG LLP,

(2) Ernst & Young LLP, and (3) James Moore & Co., L.P. He noted that the subcommittee

ranked the proposals based on two predominant criteria: quality and experience of staff as

evidenced in the proposal, and the approach of the audit.

Mr. Fritsch noted that the Board’s Chairman had previously appointed Board Member Carlos

Beruff to conduct contract negotiations on the Board’s behalf. Following the Board’s August

meeting, Mr. Beruff was authorized to negotiate a best price from the one or more firms and

the outcome presented to the Board on September 11, 2012 for final selection of a firm.

Mr. Fritsch reviewed the following table reflecting the proposed and negotiated pricing:

RESPONDENTS

TOTAL FOR

FY2012 AUDIT

W/1 FEDERAL

AND 1 STATE

SINGLE AUDIT

PROPOSED PRICING

COST FOR EACH

ADDITIONAL

FEDERAL

SINGLE AUDIT

COST FOR EACH

ADDITIONAL

STATE

SINGLE AUDIT

TOTAL FOR

FY2012 AUDIT

W/1 FEDERAL

AND 1 STATE

SINGLE AUDIT

NEGOTIATED PRICING

PRICE

GUARANTEE

ANNUAL

PRICE

INCREASE

LIMITS

ADVICE AND

CONSULTING

THROUGHOUT

YEAR*

KPMG LLP $106,000 $5,500 $4,500 $100,000 CPI Yes

Ernst & Young

LLP

$129,540 $7,000 $7,000 No Change

James Moore

Current and Lower of

$105,000 --- --- $95,000 subsequent CPI or 2%

& Co., L.P.

year per year

Yes

CPI – Consumer Price Index * Except if there is a large project out of the normal course of business.

Mr. Fritsch responded to questions by the Board regarding number of hours bid and

qualifications. He then conveyed Mr. Beruff’s comments since he was absent today.

Mr. Fritsch said Mr. Beruff stressed three items: (1) all three are qualified since the scores

are close and qualifications similar, (2) there would be a difference in cost if there are more

than two single audits each year, and (3) it may be appropriate for a new firm to review the

District’s financial services.

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Mr. Joerger moved to approve hiring KPMG LLP to be the District’s financial auditor.

He said KPMG could consider changing the audit partner who provides the services.

Ms. Closshey seconded the motion.

Mr. Tharp said he supports the motion and the evaluation clearly shows KPMG being the

best technically qualified. At this time with the District’s organization changes, he did not

feel it was appropriate to change auditors and create more stress on staff.

In response to Mr. Maggard’s question, Mr. Fritsch said KPMG has been the audit of record

for the past 11 years. Mr. Maggard said it may be time for a new firm to audit the District.

Ms. Closshey said it was evident to her when reviewing the proposals to rank KPMG first,

especially in light of the number of other entities they service in a similar fashion and strong

experience shown in providing these types of services. She said she strongly supports hiring

KPMG.

Chair Senft thanked the subcommittee for the time spent in evaluating each proposal and

Mr. Beruff for his service in negotiating with each firm.

Chair Senft called the question and the motion carried unanimously. (14:20/27:57)

9. Adjournment

There being no further business to come before the Board, Chair Senft adjourned the

meeting. (27:57/28:39)

The meeting was adjourned at 6:29 p.m.

The Southwest Florida Water Management District (District) does not discriminate on the basis of disability. This

nondiscrimination policy involves every aspect of the District's functions, including access to and participation in the District's

programs and activities. Anyone requiring reasonable accommodation as provided for in the Americans with Disabilities Act

should contact the District's Human Resources Bureau Chief, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida 34604-6899; telephone

(352) 796-7211, ext. 4702, or 1-800-423-1476 (FL only), ext. 4702; TDD (FL only) 1-800-231-6103; or email to

ADACoordinator@swfwmd.state.fl.us.

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MINUTES OF THE MEETING

GOVERNING BOARD

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

TAMPA,FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 25, 2012

The Governing Board of the Southwest Florida Water Management District (SWFWMD) met for

its regular meeting at 4:00 p.m. on September 25, 2012, at the District’s Tampa Service Office.

The following persons were present:

Board Members Present

H. Paul Senft, Chair

Douglas B. Tharp, Secretary

Albert G. Joerger, Treasurer

Jeffrey M. Adams, Member

Michael A. Babb, Member

Wendy Griffin, Member

Randall S. Maggard, Member

Todd Pressman, Member

Board Member(s) Teleconferencing

Jennifer E. Closshey, Member

Board Member(s) Absent

Carlos M. Beruff, Member

Staff Members

Blake C. Guillory, Executive Director

Laura J. Donaldson, General Counsel

Robert R. Beltran, Assistant Executive Director

David T. Rathke, Chief of Staff

Kurt P. Fritsch, Division Director

Mark A. Hammond, Division Director

Michael L. Holtkamp, Division Director

Alba E. Más, Division Director

Board’s Administrative Support

Lori Manuel, Administrative Coordinator

Randy Emberg, Video Production Engineer

A list of others present who signed the attendance roster is filed in the permanent records of the

District. This meeting was available for viewing through internet streaming. Approved minutes

from previous meetings can be found on the District's Web site (www.WaterMatters.org).

PUBLIC HEARING (Video – 00:00)

1. Call to Order

Chair Senft called the meeting to order at 4:00 p.m. and opened the public hearing.

Mr. Tharp noted a quorum was present.

Public Hearing

Chair Senft introduced each member of the Governing Board. He noted that the Board’s

meeting was recorded for broadcast on government access channels, and public input was only

taken during the meeting onsite.

Chair Senft stated that anyone wishing to address the Governing Board concerning any item

listed on the agenda or any item that does not appear on the agenda should fill out and submit a

speaker's card. To assure that all participants have an opportunity to speak, a member of the

public may submit a speaker’s card to comment on agenda items only during today's meeting.

If the speaker wishes to address the Board on an issue not on today's agenda, a speaker’s card

may be submitted for comment during "Public Input." Chair Senft stated that comments would

be limited to three minutes per speaker and, when appropriate, exceptions to the three-minute

limit may be granted by the Chair. He also requested that several individuals wishing to speak

on the same issue/topic designate a spokesperson. (00:00/03:38)

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3. Oath of Office for Newly Appointed or Reappointed Governing Board Members

Ms. Lou Kavouras, Bureau Chief, Board and Executive Services, administered the Oath of

Office to Ms. Wendy Griffin who was appointed by Governor Scott on September 6, 2012

to represent Hillsborough County on the District’s Governing Board and serve until March

1, 2016. (03:38/04:35, Video – 04:02)

4. Discussion of Vice Chair Vacancy (Video – 04:51)

Ms. Donaldson noted that, according to Board Policy 110-7, Election of Governing Board

Officers, a vacancy in any office shall be filled at the next meeting after the vacancy occurs

unless delayed to a date certain by action of the Board. The office of the Vice Chair is

currently vacant, and the Board may discuss its options for filling the vacancy or delaying

action. Discussion ensued with clarifying comments by Ms. Donaldson.

Mr. Maggard moved for the Board to select a non-officer member as Vice Chair to

serve until May 21, 2013. Mr. Babb seconded the motion. (04:35/11:15)

Discussion ensued to consider moving the current officers up to the next officer position

and elect a new Treasurer, delaying selection to next month, and the purpose of having an

officer succession plan.

Chair Senft called the question and the motion failed. (11:15/21:45)

Mr. Pressman nominated Mr. Tharp as Vice Chair based on succession. Ms. Closshey

nominated Mr. Babb as Vice Chair. Mr. Joerger moved to close nominations, and

Mr. Adams seconded the motion. The Board voted unanimously to close

nominations and cast their ballots. Ms. Donaldson collected the ballots and tallied the

results. Chair Senft announced Mr. Tharp’s election as Vice Chair.

Mr. Pressman nominated Mr. Joerger as Secretary based on the Board’s officer structure.

Mr. Tharp moved to close nominations. Chair Senft called the question to close

nominations and elect Mr. Joerger as Secretary by acclamation. Mr. Pressman

moved to elect Mr. Joerger by acclamation. Chair Senft called the question and the

motion carried. Chair Senft announced Mr. Joerger’s election as Secretary.

Mr. Joerger nominated Mr. Adams as Treasurer. Mr. Tharp moved to close

nominations. Chair Senft called the question to close nominations and elect

Mr. Adams as Treasurer by acclamation. Mr. Joerger moved to elect Mr. Adams by

acclamation. Chair Senft called the question and the motion carried. Chair Senft

announced Mr. Adams’ election as Treasurer. (21:45/30:05)

5. Additions/Deletions to Agenda

Mr. Guillory noted there is one deletion and one item moved for discussion purposes:

CONSENT AGENDA

General Counsel’s Report

The following item was moved from the Consent Agenda to the General Counsel’s Report

for discussion:

18.b. Approve Amendments to Rule 40D-2.321, F.A.C., to comply with Section 373.236,

Florida Statutes (F.S.), Regarding Duration of Permits and to be More Consistent

with the Other Water Management Districts

The following item was deleted:

18.c. Approve Amendments to Rule 40D-2.322, F.A.C., to Incorporate Changes

Necessitated by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Guidance

for Consumptive Use Permit Compliance Reporting Requirements and Review

Memorandum

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There being no objection, Chair Senft accepted the amended agenda. (30:05/32:10)

7. Public Input for Issues Not Listed on the Published Agenda – None

CONSENT AGENDA (Video – 31:28)

Item 18.b. was moved to the General Counsel’s Report for discussion. Item 18.c. was deleted

from consideration.

Regulation Committee

8. Individual Water Use Permits (WUPs) Referred to the Governing Board

a. WUP No. 20009687.010 – Williams Farm Partnership / Williams Farm Partnership

(Charlotte County)

Staff recommended the Board approve the proposed permit provided in the Board’s

meeting materials.

b. WUP No. 20013343.000 – Manatee County BOCC / Manatee County Utilities

Consolidated Permit (Manatee County)

Staff recommended the Board approve the proposed permit provided in the Board

meeting materials.

Operations & Land Management Committee

9. Progress Energy – Zephyrhills North 230 kV Transmission Line Project – Perpetual

Easement

Staff recommended the Board accept the value proposed by Progress Energy for the

Perpetual Utility Easements and approve the Perpetual Utility Easements and authorize

the Chairman and Secretary to execute the instruments.

10. Lease Agreement with Clear Channel Communications for Operation and

Maintenance of a Billboard on District Lands, SWF Parcel No. 15-228-134X

Staff recommended the Board approve the lease agreement with Clear Channel

Communications for Operation and Maintenance of a Billboard on District Lands, SWF

Parcel No.15-228-134X.

Resource Management Committee

11. Five-Year Water Resource Development Work Program

Staff recommended the Board authorize staff to submit the proposed Five-Year Water

Resource Development Work Program to the Florida Department of Environmental

Protection for review.

12. Withlacoochee Regional Water Supply Authority Irrigation Evaluation – First

Amendment

Staff recommended the Board approve the first amendment to the existing agreement with

WRWSA to change the Project Manager for the District and WRWSA; modify the scope of

work to decrease the number of follow-up evaluations from 100 percent to 50 percent of

the total evaluations performed; extend the task deadlines; reduce the total cost of the

project from $200,000 to $156,250, thereby reducing WRWSA’s funding obligation from

$100,000 to $78,125; and authorize the Division Director to execute the amendment.

13. Authorize Submission of Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Maps to the Federal

Emergency Management Agency

a. Citrus County – Cardinal Lane Watershed

Staff recommended the Board authorize staff to submit the preliminary FIRMs for the

Cardinal Lane watershed in Citrus County to FEMA.

b. Polk County – Polk City Watershed

Staff recommended the Board authorize staff to submit the preliminary FIRMs for the

Polk City watershed in Polk County to FEMA.

14. Facilitating Agricultural Resource Management Systems (FARMS)

a. M & V, LLC (H682), DeSoto County

Staff recommended to (1) approve the M & V, LLC project for a not-to-exceed project

reimbursement of $131,625 with $131,625 provided by the Governing Board;

(2) authorize the transfer of $131,625 from fund 010 H017 Governing Board FARMS