Florida Department of Environmental Protection Florida Department of Environmental Protection
 
* DEP Home * About DEP * Programs * Contact * Site Map * Search
MyFlorida.com  

Resources for:
Information
Subscribe to DEP News & Info
 

Unless indicated, documents on this Web site are Adobe Acrobat files, and require the free reader software.

Get Adobe Reader Icon


Employ Florida - Help Finding A Job button

Florida has a right to know button

Report Waste, Fraud and Abuse button

Policy & Budget Recommendations button

Small Management Plans, Minor Plan Amendments and Incompatible Use & Linear Facilities Policy Requests Highlights

Management Plans for Properties 160 Acres and Smaller

The Office Of Environmental Services has received the following land management plans for properties 160 acres and smaller in size. Acquisition and Restoration Council (ARC) members who wish to have any of these plans placed on a formal ARC agenda for discussion should contact Hank Vinson, ARC Staff Director, prior to the date indicated below. Please note that at least three ARC members must make the request for a plan for a property smaller than 160 acres in size to be scheduled for an ARC agenda. If we do not receive three requests by the stated deadline to schedule a plan for consideration at an ARC meeting, the plan will be approved.

Minor Amendments to Management Plans

 

Emergency Requests

**none at this time**

 

Management Plan Addendum

Linear Facilities/Incompatible Use Requests

Citrus County Utility Easement Amendment: Withlacoochee State Trail

Citrus County is requesting an amendment to Easement No. 31963 to add 0.72 acres to construct a sewer force main. The new pipe will connect to two existing sewer pipes. The existing easement crosses a portion of the Withlacoochee State Trail. A description of the request and an analysis of its compliance with the Board of Trustees’ Linear Facilities Policy can be found at the following link:

Utility Easement Amendment: Withlacoochee State Trail

The Division of State Lands will issue the easement to the applicant unless three ARC members ask that we place the request on a future Council meeting agenda. The deadline for ARC to make this request is Wednesday, January 28, 2015. If you have any questions or need further information, please contact Matt Klein in the Division of Recreation and Parks’ Office of Park Planning.



  • State Lands Home
  • Florida Communities Trust
  • Florida Forever
  • Sell Land to State
  • Land Acquisition Process
  • Buy Land from State
  • Quick Links
    Email Updates
    Sign up for information and updates related to the Division of State Lands, currently focusing on and featuring surplus state lands.
    
    Florida Forever Quick Links

    Last updated: January 14, 2015