2005 Florida Statutes
Master stormwater management plan.
369.319 Master stormwater management plan.--Each local government within the Wekiva Study Area shall develop a master stormwater management plan that: assesses existing problems and deficiencies in the community; identifies projects to meet long-range needs; establishes priorities to address existing deficiencies; establishes measures to address redevelopment; establishes a schedule to complete needed improvements; evaluates the feasibility of stormwater reuse; and includes requirements for inspection and maintenance of facilities. The plan shall also identify a funding source, such as a stormwater utility fee, to fund implementation of the plan and maintenance program. In addition, the local government shall establish a water reuse and irrigation program that allows for reuse of stormwater on a site basis for development over a size threshold to be determined by the local government or on a jurisdiction-wide basis to minimize pumpage of groundwater for nonpotable usage. For those local governments located partially within the Wekiva Study Area, this section applies only to that portion located within the Wekiva Study Area.
History.--s. 1, ch. 2004-384; s. 2, ch. 2005-106.