Notices of Note - April 16, 2020

The SJRWMD noticed a workshop related to the Central Florida Water Initiative.

FDACS noticed an emergency rule related to volatility standards for fuel storage/sales.

FFWCC noticed a meeting of the Bluegreen Algae Task Force to discuss how to mitigate or reduce impacts from red tide.

FDOH noticed a series of changes to proposed rules related to Medical Marijuana Treatment Centers.

FDEP:

  • Notice of Development of Rulemaking
    Department: Department of Environmental Protection
    Division: Departmental
    Rule No.: 62-640.100, 62-640.200, 62-640.210, 62-640.300, 62-640.400, 62-640.500, 62-640.600, 62-640.650, 62-640.700, 62-640.800, 62-640.850, 62-640.860, 62-640.880
    Purpose: Revisions to Chapter 62-640, F.A.C., are being considered to ensure proper management of biosolids to protect the waters of the state from nutrient pollution.
    https://www.flrules.org/gateway/View_Notice.asp?id=23143053
  • Notice of Proposed Rule
    Department: Department of Environmental Protection
    Division: Beaches and Coastal Systems
    Rule No.: 62B-33.002
    Purpose: The Department is proposing to amend the definition of “Eligible” and “Vulnerable” to clarify that in order to qualify for coastal armoring, the eligible private structure to be protected must be located wholly or partially seaward of the applicable Coastal Construction Control Line and Fifty-foot Setback line, and to clarify the models used by the Department to establish vulnerability.
    https://www.flrules.org/gateway/View_Notice.asp?id=23142471

SJRWMD:

  • Notice of Meeting/Workshop Hearing
    Department: Water Management Districts
    Division: St. Johns River Water Management District
    Subject: The CFWI is a collaborative effort among government agencies formed to address water resource issues in the area known as the Central Florida Water Initiative. Pursuant to section 373.709(1), Florida Statutes, the public workshops are meetings to communicate the status, overall conceptual intent, and impacts of the Regional Water Supply Plan on existing and future reasonable-beneficial uses and related natural systems. Additional information about this effort may be found at http://cfwiwater.com. NOTE: One or more Governing Board members from each of the three districts named below may attend the Public Workshop Webinars.
    Date/Time: See Below.
    Location: District offices are currently closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The workshops will now be held by webinar on two separate dates to maximize the opportunity for public participation. The same information will be presented by the Districts during each webinar, so parties are able to register for the date that works best for them. The workshops will be conducted through Zoom. Zoom is a free online meeting tool that can be used from a computer, tablet, or smart phone. Register for the workshops by going to the links below: DATE AND TIME: Thursday, April 23, 2020 10:00 a.m. https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vQp-cvHDQvCej3whZ_N-cA DATE AND TIME: Thursday, April 30, 2020 5:00 p.m.https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7w_soT0PS1KD_U5BUgCVJw The public comment period for this 2020 CFWI RWSP ends at 5:00 p.m. on May 15, 2020. Public comments should be submitted via https://www.cfwiwater.com/planning.html.
    https://www.flrules.org/gateway/View_Notice.asp?id=23128794

FDACS:

FFWCC:

FDOH:

For more information, contact LLW attorney Chris Johns at 561-640-0820 or by emailing cjohns@llw-law.com