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Water Resource Management Rules in Development

Beaches and Coastal SystemsEnvironmental Resource Permitting & Submerged Lands | Wastewater

Beaches and Coastal Systems

Rule Title Description Contacts/Drafts/Documents Status/Comments
62B-33
Rules and Procedures for Coastal Construction and Excavation (Permits for Construction Seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) and 50-Foot Setback).
The Department of Environmental Protection proposes amendments to Chapter 62B-33, F.A.C., Rules and Procedures for Coastal Construction and Excavation (Permits for Construction Seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) and 50-Foot Setback).  The proposed amendments will clarify and update existing rule language to reflect current procedures for exemptions, marine turtle protection and vegetation maintenance criteria, siting criteria, survey requirements, thirty year erosion projections, permit time limits and extensions, general conditions, definitions, forms, and fees.     
Contacts
Drafts and Documents
A Notice of Proposed Rule was published in the FAR on June 22, 2018. Comments were due on July 13, 2018. A Notice of Change was published on October 8th, 2018. Comments are due by October 29th, 2018.
Updated: October 18, 2018
62B-34
General Permit for Activities Seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection proposes amendments to Chapter 62B-34, F.A.C. The proposed rule language will include application requirements for dune restoration general permits, general conditions for dune restoration projects and the criteria one must meet to receive a dune restoration general permit. These revisions will streamline the permitting process and save time and money for performing dune restoration and enhancement activities that offer more protection to upland property and structures.     
Contacts
Drafts and Documents
A Notice of Proposed Rule was published in the FAR on June 22, 2018. Comments were due on July 13, 2018. A Notice of Change was published on October 8th, 2018. Comments are due by October 29th, 2018.

 Updated: October 18, 2018

Environmental Resource Permitting & Submerged Lands

Rule Title Description Contacts/Drafts/Documents Status/Comments
62-330
Environmental Resource Permitting
(SWERP 3)
The Department of Environmental Protection proposes amendments to Chapter 62-330, F.A.C., to update the Applicant’s Handbook and revise forms to implement the State 404 Program.

Contacts

Drafts and Documents

A  Notice of Rule Development for Ch. 62-330 was published on May 11, 2018. Workshops were held May 30 in Tallahassee, May 31 in Orlando, and June 1 in Ft. Myers.  Comments were due to Jessica Melkun by July 31, 2018. A Notice of Proposed Rule is in preparation for authorization to be published.

 Updated: October 18, 2018

62-331
State 404 Program
The Department of Environmental Protection proposes to create Chapter 62-331, F.A.C., to implement the State 404 Program.

Contacts

Drafts and Documents

A  Notice of Rule Development for Ch. 62-331 was published on May 11, 2018. Workshops were held May 30 in Tallahassee, May 31 in Orlando, and June 1 in Ft. Myers. Comments were due to Jessica Melkun by July 31, 2018. A Notice of Proposed Rule is in preparation for authorization to be published.

 Updated: October 18, 2018

18-20
Florida Aquatic Preserves
The Division of State Lands proposes amendments to Chapter 18-20, F.A.C., to update information and clarify rule language.

Contacts

Documents

A workshop was held on August 21, 2018 in Tallahassee. Comments were due to Shana Kinsey by August 28, 2018.

Updated: October 18, 2018

18-21
Sovereignty Submerged Lands Management
The Division of State Lands proposes amendments to Chapter 18-21, F.A.C., to update information and clarify rule language.

Contacts

Documents

A workshop was held on August 21, 2018 in Tallahassee. Comments were due to Scott Woolam by August 28, 2018.

Updated: October 18, 2018

Wastewater

Rule Title Description Contacts/Drafts/Documents Status/Comments
62-621.300(1)
Generic Permit for Discharges from Petroleum Contaminated Sites
The Department of Environmental Protection proposes amendments to rule 62-621.300(1), F.A.C., to update rule references, provide consistency with recently adopted rules, clarify operating and reporting requirements, update forms, and update screening criteria and monitoring requirements.
Contacts
A certification package was filed on August 31. The rule became effective on September 21.
Updated: October 18, 2018

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