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Robert Beltran, P.E., BCEE

Assistant Executive Director







Streamlined permitting
Streamlined Permitting

  • ERP Process

    • Triage submittals as received

    • Determine possible qualification for streamlined process

    • Alert appropriate staff

    • Assign to reviewer

    • Permit/exemption issued within 2 business days


Permits/Exemptions Issued Within 48 Hours

Jan. 1995-Aug. 2011: 0.3%

Sept. 2011 to May 2012: 9.0%


Total Workforce

FY2000-01 through Preliminary FY2012-13

897

FTEs (2009)

614

FTEs (preliminary)


Expenditures

(In millions)

Item 41.a.


Expenditures

(In millions)

Item 41.a.

Proposed

FY2012-13 Budget

as of May 22

($172 Million)

FY2011-12 Budget

($156 Million)


DRAFT

Long-Term Funding Plan


DRAFT

Long-Term Funding Plan


DRAFT

Long-Term Funding Plan


SWFWMD Priorities

  • Sustainable Water Supply

    • Alternative water source development

    • Water storage (reservoirs)

    • Reclaimed water

    • Water Conservation

  • Facilitating Agricultural Resource Management Systems (FARMS)

  • Environmental Restoration

    • Surface Water Improvement & Management (SWIM) program

  • Stormwater Improvements (water quality and flood protection)

  • Cooperative Funding



Reclaimed Water Accomplishments

  • 308 projects since 1987

  • 184 mgd reused

  • 502 mgd capacity

  • 43% of available flows offset potable water


Facilitating Agricultural Resource Management Systems (FARMS)

  • 137 Board-approved projects

  • (23.3 mgd predicted groundwater offset)

  • $20M invested since 2003

  • FY13 Budget: $6M










Cooperative Funding Since 1988 (FARMS)

  • $1 billion District-funded

  • $2 billion combined regional investment

  • $56 million draft FY2012-13 budget


Upcoming rule related changes
Upcoming Rule-Related Changes (FARMS)

  • Statewide ERP (HB 7003)

    • FDEP Rule, will closely follow NWFWMD

    • Currently in developmental stages

    • Statewide workshops this Summer

      • Online Meetings at Districts Service Office

        • July 26, 2012

        • August 7 & 16, 2012

    • Goal: Effective January 2013


Statewide cup wup
Statewide CUP/WUP (FARMS)

Stakeholder input provided concepts

Divided into tiers of difficulty

Will conduct several statewide workshops

August 15, 2012 Brooksville

August 16, 2012 Tampa

December 31, 2012 deadline for accomplishing new rules


Upcoming rule related changes1
Upcoming Rule-Related Changes (FARMS)

  • Legislatively authorized General Permit (HB 503)

    • Project area up to 10 acres and less than 2 acres impervious surface

    • No impacts to wetlands or other surface waters

    • No drainage pipes greater than 24 inches

    • Not part of a larger common plan, development or sale

    • Electronic self certification within 30 days of construction start by a Florida registered professional

    • June 27, 2012 Tampa Service Office


Electronic permitting and databases
Electronic Permitting and Databases (FARMS)

  • Available on-line

    • Submit all permit applications

    • Check status of applications

    • Respond to RAIs on-line

    • Submit condition data (WUP)

    • View all associated documents

      online for application and

      many documents for historical

      permits

  • House calls on request


Areas of Responsibility (FARMS)

Maintain the balance between the water needs of current and future users while protecting and maintaining water and related natural resources…


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