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  1. Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Program Status Update and Needs Assessment Presented by the Environmental Protection Division March 18, 2008

  2. Presentation Outline • Purpose • TMDL – Program Overview • Group Status • Future Needs • Action Items

  3. Presentation Outline • Purpose • TMDL – Program Overview • Group Status • Future Needs • Action Items

  4. Purpose • BCC presentation-June 14, 2005 • BCC presentation-April 11, 2006 Approved BMAP for Upper Oklawaha Basin • Overview of TMDL Program • Long Branch BMAP • Discuss future needs

  5. Presentation Outline • Purpose • TMDL – Program Overview • Group Status • Future Needs • Action Items

  6. TMDL- Program Overview • Clean Water Act (CWA) – polluted waters must be identified through the 303(d)list every two years • EPA – approves (FDEP) or creates their own lists for TMDLs • Administration: Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP)

  7. TMDL- Program Overview TMDL = Assimilative Capacity

  8. TMDL- Program Overview Example: Lake Jesup Phosphorus TMDL Existing Phosphorus Load 63,000 lbs - Calculated TMDL - 41,000 lbs Reduction Required 22,000 lbs Also need to factor in loads from future growth!

  9. TMDL- Program Overview Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 Basin Rotation Cycle

  10. Middle St. Johns River (Group 2) Ocklawaha River (Group 1) Upper St. Johns River (Group 3) Kissimmee River (Group 4) Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group 5 TMDL – Program Overview Basin Rotation Cycle

  11. TMDL – Program Overview • Phase 1 - Initial monitoring • Phase 2 – Verified listing • Phase 3 - TMDL development • Phase 4 - Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP) • Phase 5 - Implementation

  12. Presentation Outline • Purpose • TMDL – Program Overview • Group Status • Future Needs • Action Items

  13. Group Status Group 1 - Upper Ocklawaha Basin • Lake Apopka, Beauclair, Carlton, • BMAP adoption in 2007 • Commitment - continued monitoring and education • Partnerships with SJRWMD and Lake County Upper St. Johns River (Group 3) Ocklawaha River (Group 1)

  14. Middle St. Johns River (Group 2) Group Status Group 2 - Middle St. Johns Basin • Wekiva River • Little Wekiva River • Rock Springs • Wekiva Springs • Lake Lawne • Crane Strand and • Drain (Little Econ River) • Little Econ River • Lake Jesup • Long Branch • Lake Minehaha • Spring Lake • Lake Winyah • Bay Lake • Lake Concord

  15. Group Status Group 2 - Middle St. Johns Basin BMAP’s underway for - Lake Jesup, Crane Strand, Wekiva group Long Branch BMAP approval – Coliform and Dissolved Oxygen Impairments Commitment – • regional projects externally • retrofits, new technologies, source monitoring, flow analyses

  16. Group Status Group 2 - Middle St. Johns BasinLong Branch BMAP

  17. Group Status

  18. Group Status

  19. Upper St. Johns River (Group 3) Group Status Group 3 - Upper St. Johns Basin • St. Johns River • FDACS - lead • GreenPLACE Acquisitions • Commitment – continued monitoring

  20. Group Status Group 4 - Upper Kissimmee Basin • Butler • Mann • Clear • Pineloch • Holden • Catherine • Mary Jane • Cane Kissimmee River (Group 4)

  21. Group Status Group 4 - Upper Kissimmee Basin • TMDL’s delayed • due to Lake Okeechobee TMDL’s • BMAP organization - late 2008 • Commitment – monitoring and future regional and internal projects

  22. Presentation Outline • Purpose • TMDL – Program Overview • Group Status • Future Needs • Action Items

  23. Future Needs Education • Septic maintenance • Fertilizer use

  24. Future Needs Rules • Fertilizer Ordinance • Water Quality Ordinance • Comprehensive Planning Effort • Low Impact Development • Stormwater Reuse • Septic • Variances

  25. Future Needs Funding Needs • Increased Water Quality Monitoring Responsibilities • Enhanced recordkeeping • Increased Operation & Maintenance • Upgrade existing stormwater systems

  26. Future Needs Funding Options • CIP • Stormwater Utility Fee

  27. Presentation Outline • Purpose • TMDL – Program Overview • Group Status • Future Needs • Action Items

  28. Action Items Approve resolution supporting the adoption of the Long Branch Basin Management Action Plan Board direction on funding for the TMDL program

  29. Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Program Status Update and Needs Assessment Environmental Protection Division March 18, 2008