Marjory Stoneman Douglas Building, Conference Room 137
3900 Commonwealth Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32399
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Determine whether a 20-acre conservation easement in Putnam County, Florida, over property belonging to Nora and Jeffrey Hanson fulfills a clearly delineated state conservation policy and yields a significant public benefit.
Consider whether amending an existing easement to add approximately 1.876-acres for access to benefit an underground electrical utility easement within the J.R. Alford Greenway is consistent with the Board of Trustees’ Linear Facilities Policy.
Consider whether an approximately 0.53-acre public easement for installation, operation, and maintenance of an underground sewer force main across Koreshan State Park is consistent with the Board of Trustees’ Linear Facilities Policy.
Vote on whether to amend the Strategic Managed Area Lands List Florida Forever Project Boundary for the Division of Recreation and Parks to add two parcels totaling approximately 249 acres in St. Lucie and Wakulla counties with a tax assessed market value of $264,950.
Vote on whether the Chunky Pond, Deer Creek Ranch, English Forest Preserve, Ford Marsh, Lake Powell North, Little Pine Ranch, Myakka Ranch, Trailhead Blue Springs, Venus Project, Waccasassa Bay Headwaters, Welles Ranch, and Yarborough Ranch Florida Forever 2023 Cycle 2 Florida Forever proposals will proceed through the project evaluation process for potential addition to the 2024 Florida Forever Priority List.
Please contact the Division of State Lands, Office of Environmental Services at 850-245-2555 for additional information.
Shauna R. Allen, Staff Director
Division of State Lands, Office of Environmental Services
Department of Environmental Protection
3900 Commonwealth Blvd., M.S. 140
Tallahassee, FL 32399-3000
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