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Last Week To Address the Florida Springs and Aquifer Protection Act

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On Friday, the latest version of The Florida Springs and Aquifer Protection was posted at http://www.flsenate.gov along with an analysis of the bill.

The bill is scheduled to be heard by the entire Senate on Wednesday, April 30.

While much improved, the bill continues to put property owners in a very vulnerable position. Following is the CPR Bill Analysis:

The Florida Springs and Aquifer Protection Act

Analysis of CS/CS/CS/SB 1576

Introduction

The issue of protecting and preserving water in Florida must be addressed on two levels: water quantity and water quality. This bill addresses one of those issues: water quality.

The best vehicle for addresses the water quality issue is the Department of Environmental Protection’s Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP) process. It allows local stakeholders to address any and all potential pollution sources and remediate them in a site-specific manner. Only a lack of funding limits its speed and progress.

Problems with CS/CS/CS/SB 1576

After substantial, last minute changes in last Wednesday’s Senate Appropriations Committee, this bill still has the following problems which renders it ineffective in achieving springs and aquifer protection. More

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“Sadly, over the past few decades, there has been a steady erosion of these fundamental tenets of our nation. The ever-growing maze of regulatory restrictions on property use is placing excessive burdens on property owners. And, the growth of government and government owned property is contributing to the rapid disappearance of private property all together. These trends are growing at an alarmingly accelerated rate and must be reversed!

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