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Florida Senate - 2008 COMMITTEE AMENDMENT

Bill No. SB 1672

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CHAMBER ACTION

Senate

Comm: RCS

3/13/2008

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The Committee on Environmental Preservation and Conservation

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(Jones) recommended the following amendment:

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     Senate Amendment

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     Delete lines 100 through 115

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and insert:

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     (4) The provisions of subsections (1) and (2) are shall

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not be a requirement imposed upon ports listed in s.

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403.021(9)(b). However, such ports must demonstrate reasonable

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efforts to place beach-quality sand from construction and

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maintenance dredging and port-development projects on adjacent

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eroding beaches in accordance with port master plans approved by

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the Department of Community Affairs and with permits approved

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and issued by the Department of Environmental Protection in

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order to ensure compliance with this section. A port may sponsor

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or cosponsor inlet management projects that are fully eligible

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for state cost sharing.

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     (5) The department shall ensure that the disposal of

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beach-quality sand from federal projects in this state which

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involve dredging for the purpose of navigation is placed on, or

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in the nearshore area of, adjacent eroding beaches. The

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department may consider permitting nearshore or upland disposal

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of such beach-

3/11/2008  12:38:00 PM     592-04685-08

CODING: Words stricken are deletions; words underlined are additions.

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