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Last Date for Governing Board Action: February 15, 2001 Application Number: Permit Number: Project Name: Water Use Staff Review Summary 001116-6 47-00539-W OKEECHOBEE RANCH Water Use Permit Status: PROPOSED Environmental Resource Permit Status PERMITTED (No. 47-00227-S) Right Of Way Permit Status: NOT APPLICABLE OKEECHOBEE COUNTY, S8/T34S/R34E Applicant's Name and Address: HAYNES E WILLIAMS Purpose: 208 NORTH PARROTT AVE OKEECHOBEE, FL 34972 u bject to Gov r in Board Approval The purpose of this application is to obtain a water use permit for irrigation of 200 acres sod within a 2,400 acre project. The source of water is ground water from the Floridan aquifer system. The project is located in Okeechobee County, as shown in Exhibits 1-4. 001116-6 OKEECHOBEE RANCH Page 1/7 4700539-W February 15, 2001

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Date Of Issuance: Permit Duration: Expiration Date: Water Use Classification: Total Project Acreage: Staff Recommendations February 15, 2001 .83 Years December 15, 2001 Agricultural 2,400 Total Irrigated Acreage: 200 ( 200 acres of turf ) Sources: Ground Water from: Floridan Aquifer System Recommended Allocation: Annual Allocation: Maximum Monthly Allocation: 479 Million Gallons (MG) 61.5 Million Gallons (MG) Proposed Withdrawal Facilities Ground Water Source: Floridan Aquifer System 2 -811X1100' X 700 GPM Wells Cased to 650 Feet Rated Capacity Source Floridan Aquifer System 001116-6 OKEECHOBEE RANCH Totals: Status Code p G.eM 1,400 1,400 Page 2/7 Mru2 2.02 2.02 MGM 61.3 61.3 MGY 736 736 47-00539-W February 15, 2001 . .

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Project Description The applicant is requesting an issuance of a Water Use Permit (47-00539-W) for irrigation of 200 acres of turf using a flood/seepage irrigation system. Withdrawals are from the Floridan Aquifer System via two proposed withdrawal facilities. Well data are provided in Exhibit 6. Impact Assessments Water Resource Availability Floridan AQuifer System RESOURCE SAFE YIELD The land surface elevation in the vicinity of the project is approximately 70 feet NGVD. The elevation of the top of the Floridan aquifer is about -350 feet NGVD or 420 feet below land surface. Based on District Technical Publication 84-1, " Hydrogeology of the Kissimmee Planning Area", the approximate elevation of the potentiometric surface of the Floridan aquifer at the end of dry season in this area is about +40 feet NGVD or 30 feet below land surface. The total available drawdown is therefore about 380 feet. The projected maximum drawdown at the wellhead as a result of the withdrawal of the recommended allocation for 90 days is 13 feet. The sustained yield of the aquifer is not expected to be exceeded as a result of the withdrawal of the recommended allocation. Existing Legal Users Floridan AQuifer System EXISTING LEGAL USERS In order to evaluate the potential for adverse impacts on existing legal uses, staff used the T-Leaky solution. Th~ T-Leaky solution is an analytical method for evaluating ground water withdrawals from a confined, isotropic, homogeneous "leaky" aquifer. A value of 100,000 GPD/FT was used for the transmissivity, a value of 0.0001 was used for the storage coefficient and a value of 0.0001 GPO/CU.FT. was estimated for leakance. These hydraulic parameters are obtained from the District publication 84-1 "Hydrogeology of the Kissimmee Planning Area". The withdrawal of the recommended maximum monthly allocation was simulated for 90 days of continuous pumping. According to the predicted output of the model, the drawdown at the nearest existing legal user (Permit No. 47-00060-W, Dixie Grove) as a result of the withdrawal of the recommended allocation over a 90 day time period is approximately 0.5 feet. The potential for adverse impacts to occur to existing legal users as a result of the withdrawal of the recommended allocation is considered minimal. Legal Domestic Users Floridan AQuifer System LEGAL DOMESTIC USERS The location of the nearest legal domestic user of the Floridan aquifer is not known. Well completion reports for the area indicate that domestic wells are completed into the Water Table aquifer. Withdrawals from the Floridan aquifer have minimal effect on the water level of the Water Table aquifer in this area due to the presence of a confining zone that separates the two aquifers. Assuming there are existing domestic users utilizing the Floridan aquifer in the vicinity of the project, the dry season water level is about 30 feet below land surface. Assuming that the nearest legal domestic user is located at the project boundary, the modeling results suggest approximately 5 feet of drawdown at the boundary. Due to depth to water in the Floridan aquifer, submersible pumps or jet pumps are utilized in this area for providing domestic supply, rather than centrifugal pumps. These types of pumping facilities are capable of lifting water to the surface from depths much greater than a centrifugal pump. The potential for adverse impacts to occur to existing legal domestic users as a result of the withdrawal of the recommended allocation is considered minimal. 001116-6 OKEECHOBEE RANCH Page 3/7 47-00539-W February 15 , 2001

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Saline Water Intrusion Floridan Aquifer System SALINE WATER INTRUSION The nearest source of saline surface water is about 50 miles from-this project. District Technical Publication 84-1 , "Hydrogeology of the Kissimmee Planning Area", documents that the dissolved chloride concentration of the Floridan aquifer in this area is about 100 mg/L. Saline water intrusion is not a factor. Wetlands Floridan Agujfer System WETLANDS There are preserved wetlands in the project area. The project utilizes water from the Floridan aquifer, a semi-confined aquife r separated from the Surficial Aquifer System by a confining bed comprised of clay and dolomite. Due to the low hydraulic connection between the Floridan aquifer and the land surface, the potential for adverse impacts to occur to protected wetland environments as a result of the withdrawal of the recommended allocation is considered minimal. Source Of Pollution Floridan Aquifer System SOURCE OF POLLUTION There are no reported sources of pollution in the vicinity of the project. Withdrawals are from the Floridan aquifer, which is hydrologically separated from potential pollution sources near the land surface by a confining layer. The potential for the induced movement of contaminants from sources of pollution to occur as a result of the withdrawal of the recommended allocation is considered minimal. Additional Information Pursuant to Limiting Condition No. 16, within six months of permit issuance, the Permittee shall provide the results of the calibration testing of the identified water accounting method(s) and equip all existing and proposed withdrawal facilities with approved water use accounting method(s). Pursuant to Limiting Condition No. 17, every two years from the date of Permit issuance, the Permittee shall submit recalibration data on each water pumping accounting facility. Pursuant to Limiting Condition No. 18, monthly withdrawals for each withdrawal facility shall be submitted to the District quarterly. Potential Use of Reclaimed Water: A source of reclaimed water from a domestic waste water treatment facility is not available in the vicinity of the project. Therefore, reclaimed water is not considered to be technically feasible for a supplemental source of irrigation water supply. Notice of Violation On January 24, 2001, the District issued a Notice of Violation for this project for construction of a well by a non-licensed water well contractor, construction of a well without a water well construction permit, and withdrawal of water from the well prior to issuance of a Water Use permit (Exhibit 8). The Governing Board will consider a Consent Agreement settling the Notice of Violation, as well as issuance of this Water Use permit, at the February 15, 2001 Governing Board meeting. 001116-6 OKEECHOBEE RANCH Page 4/7 47-00539-W February 15, 2001

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Application Number: Permit Number: Date Of Issuance: Recommendations: Recommendations 001116-6 47-00539-W February 15, 2001 , __________ _ DRAFT Subject to Governing Board Approval Staff recommends approval of a Water Use Permit for Agriculture irrigation of 200 acres of Turf using Flood/Seepage irrigation system. Withdrawals are from Floridan Aquifer System via two proposed withdrawal facilities. The use is reasonable-beneficial, will not adversely impact presently existing legal users and is consistent with the public interest. The use is further subject to 18 limiting conditions. Application Reviewer: Supervisor: Water Use Department: 001116-6 OKEECHOBEE RANCH Page 5/7 Date: -:l. b J 6 I ----7 47-00539-W February 15, 2001

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Limiting Conditions 1 . This permit shall expire on December 15, 2001 , or the date the District shall specify in rules adopted to implement the regional water supply plan, whichever date establishes a shorter permit duration. 2. Application for a permit modification may be made at any time. 3. Water use classification: Agricultural Irrigation 4. Source classification: Ground Water from: Floridan Aquifer System 5. Annual allocation shall not exceed 479 MG. Maximum monthly allocation shall not exceed 61.4948 MG. 6. In the event of a declared water shortage, water withdrawal reductions will be ordered by the District in accordance with the Water Shortage Plan, Chapter 40E-21, FAC. The Permittee is advised that during a water shortage, pumpage reports shall be submitted as required by Chapter 40E-21, F.A.C. 7. Withdrawal Facilities: Ground Water Proposed: 2 -811 X 1100' X 700 GPM Wells Cased To 650 Feet 8. Permittee shall mitigate any adverse impacts to existing legal uses as a consequence of withdrawals permitted herein. When adverse impacts occur, or is imminent, the District reserves the right to curtail withdrawal rates. Adverse impacts are: A) reduction in well water levels that impairs the ability of an adjacent well, including a domestic well, lawn irrigation well, or public water supply well, to produce water by 10% or greater, -8) significant reduction in levels in an adjacent water body, such as a lake, pond, or a canal system, that impairs the ability to produce water by 10% or greater, , C) saline water intrusion or induced movement of pollutants into the water supply of an adjacent water use, resulting in a significant reduction in water quality, and D) change in water quality caused by the permittee that results in significant impairment or loss of use of a well or water body. 9. Permittee shall mitigate any adverse impact to existing off-site land use as a consequence of withdrawals permitted herein. If increased withdrawals cause an adverse impact on existing land use, the District reserves the right to curtail future withdrawal rates. Adverse impacts are: A) significant reduction in water levels in an adjacent surface water body, including impoundments , to the extent that the designed function of the water body is impaired, 8) land collapse or subsidence caused by reduction in water levels; and C) damage to crops and other types of vegetation. 10. If adverse impacts occur to natural resources as a result of the Permittee's water withdrawals, the Permittee shall mitigate for such impacts . When adverse impacts occur, or are imminent , District reserves the right to curtail withdrawal rates. Examples of adverse impacts are : A) reduction in ground water levels that results in significant lateral movement of the fresh water/salt water interface, 8) reduction in water levels that adversely impact the hydroperiod of protected wetland 001116-6 OKEECHOBEE RANCH Page 6/7 47-00539-W February 15 , 2001

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Limiting Conditions environments, . C) significant reduction in water levels or hydroperiod in a naturally occuring water body such as a lake or pond, D) induced movement or induction of pollutants into the water ~upply resulting in a significant reduction in water quality, and E) significant damage to the natural system including damage to habitat for rare or endangered species. 11. If any condition of the permit is violated, the permit shall be subject to review and possible modification, enforcement action, or revocation. 12. Authorized representatives of the District shall be permitted to enter, inspect, and observe the permitted system to determine compliance with special conditions. 13. The Permittee is advised that this permit does not relieve any person from the requirement to obtain all necessary federal, state, local and special district authorizations. 14. The permit does not convey any property right to the Permittee, nor any rights and privileges other than those specified in the Permit and Chapter 40E-2, Florida Administrative Code. 15. Permittee shall submit all data as required by the implementation schedule for each of the limiting conditions to: S.F.W.M.D., Supervising Hydrogeologist Post-Permit Compliance, Water Use Regulation Dept. (4320), P.O. Box 24680, West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4680. 16. Within six months of permit issuance, the Permittee shall provide the results of the calibration testing of the identified water accounting method(s) and equip all existing and proposed withdrawal facilities with approved water use accounting method(s) pursuant to Section 4.1 of the Basis of Review for Water Use Permit Applications. 17. Every two years from the date of Permit issuance, the Permittee shall submit re-calibration data on each water pumping accounting facility, for those Permittees whose accounting method(s) require recalibration. 18. Monthly withdrawals for each withdrawal facility shall be submitted to the District quarterly. The water accounting method and means of calibration shall be stated on each report. 001116-6 OKEECHOBEE RANCH Page 7/7 47-00539-W February 15, 2001

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m X ::T C" z 0 0, Project Name: OKEECHOBEE RANCH Model Name: Hantush-Jacob Method Comments: Input Parameters Dataset Name Transmissivity Storage coefficient Leakance Duration of pumping Number of Columns Number of Rows Row & Column Spacing Map Scale Lower-left Origin X Coordinate Lower-left Origin Y Coordinate Value 100000 .0001 .0001 90 25 25 1000 Withdrawals Source Type Facility ID Name Floridan Aquifer System Floridan Aquifer System GW 103189 1 GW 103191 2 Modeling Scenario Description Application Number: 001116-6 Model Type: Analytical Unit GPO/Ft Dimensionless GPO/cu ft Days Number Number Feet Feet per Inch Feet Feet <-Planar Location --> Type East (feet) North (feet) Well 673232 1160756 Well 675566 1164140 Page 1 Version: 2.0 Scenario: 1 Comments Withdrawn (gpd) Comments 0 0

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TABLE-A Description Of Wells. Application Number: 001116-6 WelllD 103189 103191 Name 2 Map Designator 2 FLUWID Number Well Reid Existing/Proposed p p Well Dlameter(lnches) 8 8 Total Depth(feet) 1100 1100 cf Cased Depth(feet) 650 650 Facility Elev. (ft. NGVD) Screened Interval From To Pumped Or Flowing p p Pump Type Turbine Turbine Pump Int Elev. Feet(NGVD) Feet(BLS) Pump Capaclty(GPM) 700 700 Year Drilled 2001 2001 Planar Location Source Feet East 673232 675566 m Feet North 1160756 1164140 >< Accounting Method Flow Meter Flow Meter ::J"' C" Use Status Primary Primary ;::;: z Water Use Type Irrigation Irrigation 0 (J) Aquifer Floridan Aquifer Floridan Aquifer System System Page 1

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. C1l~ulation1 Of Irrigation Rgguiremgnts "!> APPLICATION NUMBER: 001116-6 RAINFALL STATION: Okeechobee IRRIGATION SYSTEM: Flood/Seepage PARCEL ACREAGE: 200 LAND USE: Agricultural JAN FEB MAR APR MAY MEAN RAINFALL 1.75 2 . 00 3.05 3.09 4.15 EVAPOTRANSPIRATION 1.76 2.07 3.52 4.90 6.44 AVG. EFFECTIVE RAIN 0 . 82 0.94 1.48 1 . 62 2 . 29 8-IN-10 IRRIGATION 0.70 0.80 1.26 1.38 1 . 95 AVERAGE IRRIGATION 0.94 1.13 2.04 3.28 4.15 2-IN-10 IRRIGATION 1.06 1.27 2.26 3.52 4.49 ANNUAL SUPPLEMENTAL CROP REQUIREMENT: ANNUAL SUPPLEMENTAL CROP WATER USE: 35.29 IN X 200 AC X 2.50 X 0.02715 MG/AC-IN = MAXIMUM MONTHLY SUPPLEMENTAL CROP REQUIREMENT: MAXIMUM MONTHLY SUPPLEMENTAL CROP WATER USE: 4 . 53 IN X 200 AC X 2.50 X 0.02715 MG/AC-IN = TOTAL ANNUAL DEMAND: TOTAL MAXIMUM MONTHLY DEMAND: Page 1 CROP: Turf SOIL TYPE: .8 MULTIPLIER: 2.5 EFFICIENCY: .4 JUN JUL AUG SEP 7.39 7.25 3 . 92 3 . 33 3 . 33 3.92 6.84 6.22 7.25 7.73 7.44 6.26 3 . 77 3.42 3 . 65 3.20 2.91 3.10 3.96 4 . 02 2.61 4 . 53 4.53 3.16 35.29 INCHES 479.06 MG 4 . 53 INCHES 61. 49 MG 479.06 MG 61. 49 MG OCT NOV DEC TOTAL 4 .81 1 . 46 1.40 49.41 4.79 2 . 95 2.02 57.13 2.37 0.74 0 . 67 25.69 2.01 0 . 63 0.57 21.84 2.42 2 .21 1.35 31.44 2.78 2 . 32 1.45 35 . 29 Exhibit No: 7

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SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT 33 0 1 Gun Club R n ,Ki, Wt>s t P , 1lm Beach, Florida 33406 • (561) 686-8800 • FL WATS 1-800--132-2045 • TDD (561) M .. 1ilin ~ Addres:-: P . O . Bl)X 2-168 0 , W e s t P a lm Beach , Fl 33416-4 6 80 • www.sfwmd.gov CON 24-06-04 January 24, 2001 Mr . Haynes E. Williams 208 North Parrott Avenue Okeechobee, Florida 34972 Dear Mr. Williams: Subject: NOTICE OF VIOLATION Construction Without a Permit, 101 Ranch Sod Farm Okeechobee County Sec. 8 / Twp. 44S / Rng. 40E A field inspection by District Staff indicates that you have violated Section 373.323, Florida Statutes, (Water Well Contractor Licensing), Rule 40E-3 . 041, Florida Administrative Code, (Water Well Construction Permitting), and Section 373.219 (Water Use Permitting), for the unpermitted construction and use of one eight (8) inch diameter, 180-foot deep water well in violation of the permitting criteria for the South Florida Water Management District. The information that you provided indicates that a non licensed water well contractor drilled this well, and a well construction permit was not obtained prior to construction of the well. In addition, the unpermitted well is being used to both irrigate the existing sod farm and provide water for cattle located adjacent to the sod fields without benefit of a water use permit. You are directed to immediately stop all withdrawals. Any further unauthorized use of this well or any other non-permitted source of water will be treated as an additional violation. Furthermore, your recent request to initiate the construction of one of the two Floridan wells requested in your permit application as a tes~ well is denied. Construction of the prop osed Floridan wells will . be authorized, only after approval of the Water Use Permit by the Governing Board. You are also directed to immediately have the unpermitted well properly plugged and abandoned by a licensed water well contractor, pursuant to Rule 40E-3.531, Florida Administrative Code. As a result of this violation, the District will seek civil penalties and recovery of staff investigation costs. The specific terms for resolution of this violation will be forwarded to you shortly in the form of a settlement letter. Please be advised that the District is authorized under Section 373 . 129, Florida Statutes, to seek civil penalties and to recover costs such as staff investigative time and attorney fees. If you have any questions please contact Mr. Jeff Rosenfeld at (561) 682-6922. Your attention and cooperation in this matter is pre ated . or ce Department Certified Mail No. 7099 3400 0000 6147 8251 G0VERNl NC BOARD Mic h .. ld C , 11li ns, C/1,11n111111 Michael D . Minto n , Vi(1' c1,,,,,.,,,,,,, M iti.:hdl W . Ber~e r Yl.• r J M . Cut e r Ger.1rJo B . Fern ,mdez P J trkk J . C k , 1 s 1•n N icol as J . Guti errez, Jr. H arklev R . Thornto n Trudi K . Wi lli.im s EXECUTlV E OFFlCE Frank R . Finch. P . E., E : n :rntit•t• Din c tor J a mes E . Blo unt, Clutf l!i St11Jf

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• f' ' STAFF REPORT DISTRIBUTION LIST PROJECn OKEECHOBEE RANCH APPLICANT: HAYNES E WILLIAMS INTERNAL DISTRIBUTION Reviewer: X Saleh M Popalzai, PG X R. Mireau A. Waterhouse REG L. Werst FTM Director, Big Cypress Basin X WU Compliance Barbara Fronczek X Well Construction Permitting X Office of Counsel X Permit File GOVERNING BOARD MEMBERS Mr. Mitchell W. Berger Ms. Vera Carter Mr. Michael Collins Mr. Gerardo B. Fernandez Dr. Patrick J. Gleason Mr. Nicolas Gutierrez Mr. Michael Minton Mr. Harkley R. Thornton Ms. Trudi K. Williams DEPT. OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION X Port St. Lucie APPLICATION NO. 001116-6 PERMIT NO. 47-00539-W EXTERNAL DISTRIBUTION X Applicant's Agent: LORIS ASMUSSEN X Engineer, County of: Okeechobee Engineer, City of: Local Drainage District: Building Dept., County of: Building Dept., City of: COUNTY BUILDING AND ZONING OTHER XFDEP X Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission X Paul Gray Exhibit No:9


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