Pulbic facilities: wastewater management


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Pulbic facilities: wastewater management

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Pulbic facilities: wastewater management
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Parker, Garald G. (Garald Gordon), 1905-2000
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English
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Aquifers -- Hydrogeology -- Everglades (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Hydrology -- Florida -- Biscayne Aquifer (Fla.) ( lcsh )

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University of South Florida
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G16-00628 ( USFLDC DOI )
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21. l'ublic 1-'acili t.i.us: Wast ewater Management A. Project average daily flow of wastewater generated by the development at the end of each phase of development. If applicable, provide a table describing the volume and characteristics of any industrial or other effluents. B. Will on-site treatment and disposal be provided? If so, provide a d~scription of the proposed system, m~thod and degree of treatment, quality of effluent, and specify the expected life of the facility. To what extent will this facility be capable o _ f meeting the demands generated by the r , , .:-) :.-.c.:t for ail phases of qevelopment? Who will operate a1~d maiutain the internal collection/treatment facilities? Specify rP.ceiving bodies or other means of effluent disposal. If spray irrigation will be used, specify location of spray fields, current water table conditions, proposed rate of application and back-up system capacity~ Indicate methods of treatment and disposal of sludge. ~-If septic tanks will be used on site, indicate the nwnber of units to be served, general locations, and any plans for eventual phase-out. . ' D. If off-site wastewater treatment is planned, attach a letter from th~ agency or firm providing treatment _and outlining: (1) the present and projected excess capacity of the treatment and transmission facilities to which connection will be made at present and for each phase through completion of the project, (2) any othe~conunitments that have been made for this excess capacity, and (3) a statement of ability to provide service at all times during or after development. (The agency must be supplied w~th the sewage generation information in (A) above.) -ll -

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22. Public Facilities: Drainage C..FH GP; /Dt1 A • . Describe the proposed drainage system shown on Map G. What will be the design capacity of the system (i.e., to handle a ten year, 25 year, etc., storm)? B. From Map G, indicate the total number of acres in each drainage area, retention areas, and impervious surface areas. (Specify if portions of a drainage area are outside of the site boundaries.) C. Specify and compare the volume and quality of runoff from the site in its existing condition t c •he anticipated runoff at ~he end of each phase of development. Indicate.what provisions will be incorporated in the design of the drainage system to minimize any increase i~ runoff from the site over that in its pre-development state. Indicate the major points of discharge for storm water. D. Who will operate and maintain the drainage system after completion of the development? Iv'\~ 23. Public Facilities: Water Supply A. Provide projection of the average daily potable and non-potable B. water demands at the end of each phase of development. Use the format below. (Spec ify what consumption rates have been assumed in this analysis.) Potable Water Non-Potable Water Total Water Phase Demand (MGD) Demand (MGD) Demand (MGD) Existing use Phase 1 . . n Provide a breakdown of sources of water supply, both potable and non -potable, byd e v e lopm ent phase through project completion. Use the format below and provide a separate table for each. 12 -

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l'O'l'AOLE/N ON-PO ' l'J\BL E WJ\'l'l::R SUPPL Y (MGD) on -Site Supply Off-Site Supply Phase urouna water surtace Water Other Total (specify) (Specify) Existing Use Phase 1 C.t 'DH . . n c. If existing water wells on-site will continue to be used, locate them and all other proposed on-site wells on Map I! What is the diameter, depth, and average a n d 'Ttaximum pumping volumes for ea~h of these wells? D. Who will operat0 and maintain .the internal water supply system after completion of t h e development? E. If an off-site water supply is planned, attach a letter from the agency or firm providing service outlining: (1) the_projected excess capacities of the water supply facilities to which connection will be made at present and for each phase through completion of the project, (2) any other commitments that have been made for this excess capacity, (3) a statement of the agency's ability to provide service at all times duri ng and after development. (The agency must be supplied with the water demand and supply tables in paragraphs A and B above). F. What steps will be taken to insure that water pressure and flow will be adequate for fire protection for the type of construction proposed? 24. Public Facilities: Solid Waste A. Provide a projection of the average daily volumes of solid waste generated at the completion of each phase of development. Use the format below: 13 -

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Industrial or other Domestic Solid Waste Special Wastes (specify) Phase Cubic Yards/Day Tons/Day Tons/Day Existing Use Phase l . . n B. If on-site solid waste disposal will be provided, specify: (1) method of disposal and/or recycling, (2) capacity and life of operation, (3) location and area of disposal site, (4) methods of techniques which will be utilized to prevent ground water contamination, and (5) who will operate and maintain the on-site operation. c. If off-site solid waste disposal is planned, attach a letter from the agency or firm providing service outlining: (l) the projected excess capacity of the facilities serving the development at present and for each phase through completion of the project, (2) any other commitments that have been made for this excess capacity, (3) a statement of the agency's or firm's ability to provide service at all times during and after development (the agency or firm must be supplied with the solid waste generation table in (A) above. -14 -

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25. Public Facilities: Energy Supply A. Provide a projection o . f the average daily energy demands at the end of each development phase for each of the following: electrical power, gas, oil, coal, etc. For electrical power, also provide the peak demand for each phase • . B. If there is to be an on-&ite electrical generating facility (post-construction) what is its capacity and use? e. If electrical power is to-be obtained from an off-site source, attach a letter from the firm or agency providing service outlining: (1) the p:rojected e : :c~t-:-.,;s capacities of the electrical generation facility a ,, d transmission line to which connection will be made at present and for each phase through completion of the project, (2) any other commitments that have been made for this excess capacity, (3) a statement of the supplier's ability to provide service at all times during and after development. (The supplier must be provided with electrical power demand information in (A) above.) D. What considerations relative to energy conservation have been incorporated into the site planning, building design and equipment selection for this project? E. If alternative energy sources have been considered for this development, why were these alternatives selected or discarded? (e.g., solar energy systems, etc.) 26. Public Facilities: Education A. If the development contains residential units, estimate the number of school age children expected to reside in the development. Reference this information to Section 32 on housing characteristics. Use class breakdowns approximate to the area in which the development is located (specify on chart below):

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Phase Elementary Middle High Total (K -) ( -) ( --) Existing use . Phase 1 . . n B. Will school facilities or sites be dedicated or otherwise provided on the site? C. Attach a letter from t h e appropriate school board, acknowledging that they have received tjle estimated school age population information in (A) above, andiincluding a statement of what capital improvement adjustments would be necessary to accommodate these students. 27. Public Facilities: Recreation A. Describe recreational facilities and open space (including acreage) which will be provided on-site. Locate on Map H. Will these areas or facilities be open to the general public? B. Will the development remove from public access lands or waters previously used by residents of the region for hunting, fishing, boating or other recreational uses? Specify. c. Will parks and open space be dedicated to the city or cowlty? If not, who will maintain the facilities? 28. Public Facilities: Health care What medical or health care facilities will be provided on-site? Specify type, population to be served, etc., and locate on Map H. 29. Public Facilities: Police What police protection services, facilities or sites will be dedicated or otherwise provided on-site? Locate on.Map Hand specify conditions of dedication and describe the facility. -16 .

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JO. Public Fa cilities: Fire What fire protection services, facilities or sites will be dedicated or otherwise provi d e d on -site? Locate on Map Hand specify conditions of dedication and describe the facility. 31. Public Transportation Facilities: Transportation Considerations A. Provide a projection of the expected vehicle trip generation at the completion of each phase of development. State all standards and assumptions used, including trip generation rates by land use types, modal split, etc. B. Estimate the internal;'...:xternal split for the generated trips shown in (A) above. Us~ t h e format below and include a discussion of what aspects of the development (i.e., provision of on-site shopping and recreation facilities, on-site employment opportunities, etc.) will account for this internal/external split. Vehicle Trips (ADT) Peak Hour Vehicle Trips Phase Internal External Internal External Phase 1 . . n C. Assign the external trip~, both ADT and peak-hour, as shown in (B) above to the highway network on Map J. Unless otherwise determined by the regional planning agency, the primary impact area shall be the site and the surrounding area within at least five miles of the development boundary. If necessary, provide a separate map J tor each phase of development. o. For each major thoroughfare within the primary impact area, indicate the existing level of service, roadway capacity and present average daily traffic load. What impr.ovements to thes e thoroughfares are planned or programne d ? -17 -

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E. Project the through traffic loading on each major thoroughfare within • I the primary impact area at the end of each phase of development. F. Based on the projecte d trip generation information shown in (c) above, and the projected through traffic shown in (E) above, what modifications in the highway network (including intersections) will be necessary as a result of this development? G. .Have any steps been taken in the planning and design of the development to accommodate public transit systems? Refer to internal design and site planning, parking provisions, location, etc. What provisions will be made for the movement of people by means other than private automobile? 32. Housing: Provision of Residential Units A. 'Provide a breakdown of the proposed construction of residential units by price or rental range, type of unit (e.g., single-family detached, garden apartment, townhouse, mobile home, etc.) and number of bedrooms. (If the applicant does not intend to construct _these, estimate the information). Use the -format below for eachphase of development. OWNER OCCUPIED UNITS (Phase ) . . $ Range Type of Unit lBR 2BR 3BR 4 or Total more BR Under 10,000 $10,000-19,9~9 20,000-24,999 \ 25,000-34,999 35,000-49,999 ' over $50,000 (specify ~,) : RENTAL UNITS (Phase ) Rent Range Type of Unit lBR 2BR 3BR 4 or Total more BR Under $100 $100-149 $150-199 $200-249 $250-299 .over $300 (specify Max.)

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B. Wh_at number and per cent o f lots will be sold without constructed dwelling units? What is the extent of improvements to be made on these lots prior to sale? C. What will be the "target group" for the marketing effort for residential uni ts and lots? Br ~a.k dc:, 1-:n by number, per cent and type the dwelling units to be marketed for retired persons, families, singles, etc. As second or vacation homes? . D. How will the marketing effort for residential units and lots be distributed: 1) wi t.t . _ : t h!:"! region, 2) within the state, or 3J outside the state? E. Is the development registered (or does the applicant plan to register) wi.th the Division of Florida Land Sales? With other states? Provide a copy of appropriate offering statements. F. What are the net and gross residential densities for the overall project and for each development phase as shqwn on the proposed master plan? (Map H) PART III. Specific Information 33. Airports ~. For the proposed development, indicate the existing and projected: (project this data through the useful life of the pr?ject.) (l) Airport classification, ~2) Number of runways and length, _ (3) Types of aircraft which use the facility, (4) Annual enplaned passengers, (5) Type and annual tons of cargo, and (6) Annual aircraft operations by type. B. Has authorization under the Federal Airport and Airway Developmen-t Act of 1970, Title 49, United States .Code, Section 1701 et seq. been requested? If so, attac h a copy of the application and approval, if any. -19 -

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C. What are present and proposed flight_patterns? What is the existing land use within these flight patterns? .Attach Noise Exposure Forecast contours in values ranging from 20 to 50 units in 5 Nois~ Exposure Forecast increments. D. What agency or author.ity exercises land development controls over land use encompassed within the flight patterns or other areas adjacent to the airport? E. Project subsidiary development on site, adjacent to the site, or on sites over which any airport agency or authority exercises land development controls. Include cargo authority handling facilities, warehouses, aircraft maintenance and overhaul facilities, industrial parks, etc. F. What are the existing and proposed linkages to other transportation systems in the region? Specify extensions or improvements to those systems that will be required to serve the proposed facility. 34. Attractions and Recreation Facilities A. What is the projected high, low, and average daily attendance at the . facility? Specify the season if applicable. ' . . B. Estimate the number of customers utilizing other than automotive transportation to reach the region and the site. Specify the transportation systems and facilities to be utilized, their location, present and planned capacities. c. If ;ny transportation systems and facilities are to be owned, operated, or managed by the applicant, specify how these interface with other systems and facilities in the region. 35. Electrical Transmission Lines A. Provide a map showing the new transmission line in relation to the existing transmission system in the region. -20

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B. For the proposed transmission line, indicate: (1) . voltage and thermal/transfer capability (MW or MVA), (2) number of circuits, and (3) type and 'size of tYpical tower structure (attach a sketch). C. What is the purpose of t h~ proposed transmission line. (For example: to tie into a regional grid, upgrade or replace an existing facility, provide service to new customers, etc.) D. Identify alterna_tive corridors which have been investigated for this transmission line. S~ecify reasons why all of these corridors were discarded in favor of thi~ proposed route. If plans do not call for the sharing of existing transmission line corridors, state the reasons for not attempting to do so. E. What is the width of right-of-way clear-cut in feet? State length and total acres of use. F. What joint or multiple land uses will be promoted or encouraged in this right-of-way? G. Describe maintenance procedures for both lines and right-of-way and any potential effects on wildlife, water quality, etc. H. If the proposed transmission line will cross any parks, recreation areas, national or state forests, wildlife refuges or management areas, etc., describe the potential impacts and steps which will be taken to alleviate these. x. Describe any.electromagnetic or electrostatic effects (TV and radio interference, audible n~ise, production of ozone and oxides of nitrogen, etc.) which will result from the proposed transmission line. 2 1 -

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36. Hospitals A. For the proposed development, indicate: (1) Design capacity, (2) Service area, (3) Types of medical services to be provided a i;e., outpatient, emergency, etc., (4) Projected number of licensed beds by development phase, (5) Projected utilization rate by development phase, and (6) Schedule of cost per unit of service. B. If the proposed facility is to be part of a general medical complex, indicate the other types of r~lated facilities to be provided. c. Has an application for a certificate of need under Section 381.494, Florida Statutes, been submitted? If so, attach a copy of the completed application, conunenta by the reviewing Areawide Health Planning Council or Health Services Agency, and the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services' response. 37. tndustrial Plants and Industrial Parks A. Indicate the types of operations that will occupy the site • . B. What supplier and other supporting industry are required within the region by the proposed development? Estimate to what degree the•• linkages will require the location in the region Of supporting industrial and commercial activity. C. Will the proposed operations require the expansion of any transportation systems and facilities in the region _(rail, truck terminals, etc.)? D. How many shifts per day are e~cted and what will be the average number of eq;,loyees per shift? Specify approxunate hours of shift. Will this vary through the project life? -22 -

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E. Will the firms occupying the site be new to the region, new branches of existing operations, or relocations of existing operations in the region? 38. Mining Operation A. For the proposed development, indicate: (1) Type of mining op~ra.tion, (2) Mineral being mined, (3) Proposed annual area in acres to be mined and total annual area disturbed by mining, roads, overburden deposit, processing, etc. Specify total u : 1Jri;ate area to be mined and disturbed. (4) EstimatP.d nnnual extraction of minerals, amount of spoils and amount of overburden (in tons). B. What steps will be taken to insure the maximum effective extraction of the mineral resources? c. Discuss the proposed water use plans in ~ erms of daily co~etion, source of supply, recycling, type of us~quality and point of discharge. D. What _provisions, if any, will be made for periodic insl>8ction and maintenance of retaining dikes? E. Is on-site processing of ore or minerals planned? If so, specify type and location of operation. F. What is the potential for the release of radioactive materials into ground oi surfac~ater? Discuss in detail what measures will be taken --to minimize any such releases. G. Reclamation: (1) Describe in detail the proposed reclamation program, including the annual reclamation schedule. -23 -

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(2) What portion (in acres and per cent) of the total mined and disturbed area will be reclaimed? (3) What use will be made of the reclaimed land? Specify the utility and capacity of the reclaimed land to support a variety of alternative uses. H. To what location(s} will t h e minerals being mined on the site be shipped? Include all trans-shipment points. Will further processing occur at these locations? I. By what transportation mode will the minerals be shipped? Specify all carriers, and p r ovide a percentage breakdown by node. J. Will the proposed mining operations require any expansion of -transportation facilities in the region (rail, port, etc.)? 39. Office Parks A. Will the firms engaged in business in the proposed office park be new to the region, new branches of existing o~erations, or relocations of existing operations in the region? B. What type of operations will occupy the office: i.e., corporate headquarters, direct customer service, etc.? C. What is the service area of major occupants of the office park? D. What will be the cost range per unit or square foot for tenants to occupy the site? 40. Petroleum Storage Facilities A. For the proposed development, indicate: (1) Total storage capacity (in barrels), (2) Number of tanks, (3) Proximity of development to navigable waters (in feet), 24 -

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(4) Amount of space between tanks, (5) Type and purpose of facilities: i.e., refinery storage, trans-shipment point, pumping station, terminal for off-shore activities, etc. (6) Kinds of petroleum to be stored, and amounts of each kind. (7) Number and name of companies maintaining installations in the facility. (8) Total service. area (cities, counties, consumer points, etc.) B. What measures will be:: i rnplemented to prevent and control petroleum spillages and vapor emissions? c. What considerations have been given for the provision of drainage and dikes to prevent accidental discharges into adjoining property or waterways? (Refer to Map G) D. How will these products be transported to and from the storage facilities? 41. Port Facilities A. For the proposed development, indicate _the existing and proposed: (1) Port classification (deep water port, marina, etc.), (2) Depth of harbor, (3) Depth of main channels, turning basins, etc., (4) Number of channels and length, (5) Types and drafts of ships which _will use the facility (6) Amount of linear feet of berthing space, and (7) Number of berths or slips. B. If applicable, what is the estimated annual amount and type of cargo shipped through the proposed facility? If passenger service is included, provide appropria~e data. 25 -

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C. To what extent will the proposed facility require the expansion of any transportation system and facilities in the region (rail, truck terminal, etc.)? Specify. D. Discuss the requirements of the proposed projectfor any dredging or filling during constructio n and any subsequent maintenance dredging. Specify plans for disposal of spoil, including amount and location of disposal sites. Have any local, state or federal permits dredge and fill been applied for or obtained? If so, attach copies. E. If the operation of t l port facility will include any handling of petroleum produc t s , what is the potential for spills or leakage both within the port facility and in adjacent coastal waters? Specify procedures and equipment that will be used to minimize the number and extent of such spills. If spills should occur, what areas (beach, estuarine, etc.) are likely to be affected? F. Project subsidiary development on site, adjacent to the site, or on sites over which any_port agency or authority exercises land development controls. 42. Schools A. For the proposed development, indicates (l) Existing and proposed enrollment by phase, in Full Time Equivalents, (2) Type of support or management (public, private, or proprietary), (3) All governmental revenue sources and the level of their contributions, (4) Schedule of facility utilization, and (5) Academic organization and programs. B. From what counties will students be drawn? Estimate by number and percentage. 26 -

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43. ShopFing Centers A. Indicate whether the tenants o . f the proposed shopping center will be new to the region, establishing a new branch in the region, or relocating within the region. Specify by type of trade. B. Describe the primary and secondary trade areas which the proposed shopping center will serve. Estimate annual sales to customers by county of their residence. c. What will be the cost range per unit or square foot for tenants to occupy the site? 27


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