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Agenda Item Number
South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) and
St. Johns River Water Management District (SJRWMD
Hydraulic and applicable physical reconnection of central and south FL
Flood Control Project
Interconnected reservoirs, stormwater treatment areas and canals
Fort Drum Marsh Area
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RESOLUTION NO. 2009-002 <br />A RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY <br />COMMISSIONERS OF INDIAN RIVER COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN <br />SUPPORT OF THE HYDRAULIC AND APPLICABLE PHYSICAL <br />RECONNECTION OF THE CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA <br />FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT, AS REPRESENTED PRESENTLY <br />BY THE SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT <br />AND THE ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT <br />DISTRICT, THROUGH A SERIES OF INTERCONNECTED <br />RESERVOIRS, STORMWATER TREATMENT AREAS AND <br />CANALS WITHIN THE FORT DRUM MARSH AREA. <br />WHEREAS, the United States of America in partnership with the <br />State of Florida passed Congressional legislation through the Flood <br />Control Acts of 1948 and 1954, titled the Central and South Florida Flood <br />Control Project and provided for the construction and operations and <br />maintenance of the developed project through a partnership of the United <br />States Army Corps of Engineers and an Agency of the State of Florida, the <br />Central and South Florida Flood Control District; and <br />WHEREAS, in the 1970s, through the enactment of Chapter 373, the <br />State of Florida, legislatively created the Five (5) Water Management <br />Districts of the State of Florida, of which two of those legislatively created <br />water management districts, are the South Florida Water Management <br />District and the St. Johns River Water Management Districts; and <br />WHEREAS, the South Florida Water Management District and the St. <br />Johns River Water Management District were previously represented by <br />one jurisdictional agency of the State of Florida, the Central and South <br />Florida Flood Control District headquartered in West Palm Beach, Palm <br />Beach County, Florida; and <br />WHEREAS, through this singular jurisdictional agency of the State of <br />Florida, the Central and South Florida Flood Control District, as established <br />by the United States of Congress, constructed, operated and maintained a <br />regional surface water system consisting of a series of canals, levees, <br />pump stations and other facilities throughout the State of Florida and <br />specific to this resolution in Indian River and St. Lucie Counties; and <br />
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