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Rule Title Description Contacts/Drafts Status/Comments
62B-33
Rules and Procedures for Coastal Construction and Excavation (Permits for Construction Seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) and 50-Foot Setback).
The Department of Environmental Protection proposes amendments to Chapter 62B-33, F.A.C., Rules and Procedures for Coastal Construction and Excavation (Permits for Construction Seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line (CCCL) and 50-Foot Setback).  The proposed amendments will clarify and update existing rule language to reflect current procedures for exemptions, marine turtle protection and vegetation maintenance criteria, siting criteria, survey requirements, thirty year erosion projections, permit time limits and extensions, general conditions, definitions, forms, and fees. The Department is also proposing to update and add new general permits for activities seaward of the CCCL.  In addition to amendments to the rule chapter, the Department proposes the creation of a CCCL Applicant’s Handbook.

Tony McNeal (Tony.McNeal@dep.state.fl.us)

The rule has received authorization for rule development.

Please send comments no later than August 15, 2014 to:

Sandra Powell
2600 Blair Stone Road, MS 3540
Tallahassee, Florida

Last Updated: June 24, 2014

62B-34
General Permit for Activities Seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection proposes amendments to Chapter 62B-34, F.A.C. The proposed rule language will include application requirements for dune restoration general permits, general conditions for dune restoration projects and the criteria one must meet to receive a dune restoration general permit. These revisions will streamline the permitting process and save time and money for performing dune restoration and enhancement activities that offer more protection to upland property and structures.

Tony McNeal (Tony.McNeal@dep.state.fl.us)

The rule has received authorization for rule development. An authorization request for approval to proceed with rule development has been initiated. 

Last Updated: March 5, 2014

62B-41
Rules And Procedures For Application For Coastal Construction Permits
The Department of Environmental Protection proposes amendments to 62B-41, F.A.C. The amendments to the rule address concerns raised by the Joint Administrative Procedures Committee and will update the rule to implement changes in Section 161.041, F.S. The rule amendments will refine criteria for coastal construction permits for coastal armoring below the mean high water line, inlet construction and maintenance, and beach restoration and nourishment.

Robert Brantly (Robert.Brantly@dep.state.fl.us)

The rule has received authorization for rule development.

Last Updated: March 5, 2014

62B-49
Joint Coastal Permits and Concurrent Processing of Proprietary Authorizations
The Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Beaches and Coastal Systems, proposes amendments to 62B-49, F.A.C. in order to implement changes set forth in Section 161.041, F.S., and make other changes to improve program implementation.

Martin Seeling (Martin.Seeling@dep.state.fl.us)

The rule has received authorization for proposed rule and hearing.

Last Updated: March 5, 2014

 

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