Pollution Notice November 15, 2021: Altamonte Springs

Pollution Notice

Pursuant to Section 403.077, F.S., the Department of Environmental Protection has received the following Public Notice of Pollution for a reportable release. All information displayed was submitted by the reporting party.

Type of Notice: Initial Report
Date of Notice: 11/15/2021

Incident Information
Name of Incident: Lift Station #7 force Main Leak
State Watch Office Case Number: 20216488
Start of Incident: 11/13/2021 02:00 PM
End of Incident: 11/13/2021 04:30 PM

Incident Description
At approximately 2:00 PM on November 13, 2021 a small leak was reported on a 6 Force Main on the property of 105 Horselovers Lane. The lift station (#7) was immediately shut down, however, during the repair a nearby potable water service line was broken which combined with the wastewater and an estimated 3,000 gallons of diluted raw wastewater was released into an adjacent drainage ditch which ultimately connects to the Little Wekiwa River. The leak was stopped by 4:30 PM on November 13, 2021. Cleanup included spreading of granular chlorine.

Incident Location
Facility/Installation Name: Easement on private residence
Address Line 1: 105 Horselovers Lane
Address Line 2:
Directions: Gated residence at end of Horselovers Lane
City: Altamonte Springs
State: FL
Zip Code: 32714
Coordinates (in decimal degrees):
Lat: 28.65648707, Long: -81.40510465
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Impacted Counties: Seminole
Updated Impact:

Incident Reported By
Name: Kipton Lockcuff
Title: Division Director Collections
Phone: 4075718533
Ext:
E-mail Address: klockcuff@altamonte.org
Relationship: Owner of the Facility/Installation

On-Site Contact
Name: Kipton Lockcuff
Phone: 4075718533
Ext:
E-mail Address: klockcuff@altamonte.org

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Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Pollution Notice November 17, 2021: Wekiva Hunt Club LS L01 SSO

Thank you for submitting a Public Notice of Pollution for a reportable Incident in compliance with Section 403.077, F.S.

All information displayed was submitted by the reporting party.

Type of Notice: Initial Report
Date of Notice: 11/17/2021

Incident Information
Name of Incident: Wekiva Hunt Club LS L01 SSO
State Watch Office Case Number:
Start of Incident: 11/17/2021 11:30
End of Incident: 11/17/2021 11:55
Incident Description: Incorrect valving was isolated while connecting newly constructed force main that overflowed the plant lift station.
Wastewater Type: Partially Treated
Cause: On-site
Spill Volume: 600
Volume Recovered: 0
Waterbodies Impacted: NA
Clean-up Status: Complete
Clean-up Actions: Applied disinfectant
Agencies Notified:

Incident Location
Facility/Installation Name: Wekiva Hunt Club WRF
Address Line 1: 144 Ledbury Drive, Longwood, FL
Address Line 2:
Directions: Ledbury Drive and E. Wekiva Trail
City: Longwood
State: FL
Zip Code: 32750
Coordinates (in decimal degrees):
Lat: 28.697079792539494, Long: -81.43396996884174
Impacted Counties: NA

Incident Reported By
Name: Bryan Gongre
Title: Director, State Operations
Phone: (321) 972-0360
E-mail Address: bryan.gongre@uiwater.com

On-Site Contact
Name: Bryan Gongre
Phone: (321) 972-0360
E-mail Address: bryan.gongre@uiwater.com

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Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District First Elected Body to Unanimously Approve the Florida 5 Initiatives

SEMINOLE SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT
RESOLUTION 2021-001
OF SUPPORT FOR
“THE FLORIDA 5” 2022 BALLOT INITIATIVES
WHEREAS, the Seminole Soil & Water Conservation District is committed to setting a good example for its citizens regarding water and land conservation and stewardship; and
WHEREAS, the Seminole Soil & Water Conservation District has always encouraged and supported conservation efforts, through various programs and legislation; and
WHEREAS, Florida Right to Clean Water Initiative prohibits pollution of all water sources and provides for local lawmaking to protect water sources within Florida; and
WHEREAS, Florida Prohibit Dredging, Filling, and Degradation of Wetlands Initiative prohibits the dredging, filling, and degradation of wetlands; and
WHEREAS, Florida Prohibit Construction and Expansion of Toll Roads on Rural and Conservation Lands Initiative prohibits the construction and expansion of toll roads on conservation lands and rural lands within the state of Florida; and
WHEREAS, Florida Preservation Efforts and Hunting Bans for Certain Florida Animals Initiative defines “Florida Iconic Species” and prohibit commercial and recreational hunting of such species; and
WHEREAS, Florida Prohibit Captive Wildlife Hunting and Game Farms Initiative prohibits captive wildlife hunting also known as game farm hunting throughout Florida; and
WHEREAS, the Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District was established to promote the conservation of natural lands and soil and water resources for the health, safety, and welfare of the people of Seminole County against improper land use as set forth in Chapter 582 of Florida Statutes; and
WHEREAS, Seminole Soil and Water Conservation District issues this resolution by common consent supporting the 2022 Florida ballot initiatives collectively known as “The Florida 5”.
ADOPTED THIS 13th DAY OF July, 2021
____________________________________________
Ed Young, SSWCD Chair

July 2021 Meeting Agenda Posted

MEETING AGENDA
7/13/2021 6pm
Longwood City Hall – 175 West Warren Avenue, Longwood, FL 32750
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Roll Call
4. Approval of Meeting Agenda
5. Approval of June Meeting Minutes
6. Vice Chair Position Status
7. SSWCD Resolution 2021-001: The Florida 5 Ballot Initiatives
8. Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) Update
9. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
Pursuant to Florida law, the public has a right to be heard on all propositions, except when the Board is acting on ministerial or emergency matters, or conducting a meeting exempt from Section 286.011, Florida Statutes. Public comment time on propositions shall be three (3) minutes for individuals and six (6) minutes for group representatives. The right to be heard during quasi-judicial hearings is governed by Florida law. The public will be provided the opportunity to be heard on non-agenda matters at the end of the meeting. Proper decorum will be observed.
10. New Business
a. Resuming the Wild Seminole Trail Cam Program
b. Fundraising Workshop
11. Old Business
a. AFCD Area 4 Meeting
b. AFCD 2021 Meeting
c. Office Space Update
12. Supervisors’ Reports
a. Supervisor Young, Chair
b. Supervisor Heriot, Treasurer
c. Supervisor Kirby, Secretary
d. Supervisor Webb, Public Relations
e. Supervisor Hall
13. New and Old Business Action Item Review
14. Adjournment- Next meeting is Tuesday, August 10th, 2021