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Rule Title: General Conditions
Department: DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION    Add to MyFLRules Favorites
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Division: Beaches and Coastal Systems
Chapter: GENERAL PERMITS FOR ACTIVITIES SEAWARD OF THE COASTAL CONSTRUCTION CONTROL LINE

Latest version of the final adopted rule presented in Florida Administrative Code (FAC):

VIEW_RULE Effective Date: 11/21/2005
History Notes: Rulemaking Authority 161.053(18), (20), 161.054 FS. Law Implemented 161.052, 161.053(4), (18), (21) FS. History–New 3-27-03, Amended 11-21-05.
References in this version: No reference(s).
History of this Rule since Jan. 6, 2006
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Adopted
Section Description ID Publish
Date
View Text Workshop
62B-34.010
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These workshops relate to revisions to Rule Chapter 62B-33, F.A.C., which addresses rules and procedures for construction seaward of the Coastal ....
  October 9, 2017, 9:00 am, until completion, but no later than ....
  The workshop will be broadcast via webinar and parties can register ....
19405061 9/15/2017
Vol. 43/179
View Text Development
62B-34.010
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The Department of Environmental Protection is proposing to amend the Chapter 62B-34, F.A.C., to adopt General Permits for swimming pools associated with single-family homes, dune restoration, and to allow for minor reconstruction .... 19207181 7/19/2017
Vol. 43/139
View Text Development
62B-34.030
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To amend Chapter 62B-34, F.A.C., to allow dune restoration projects to receive a general permit. This Chapter provides a streamlined permitting process for activities seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line that .... 11917049 8/24/2012
Vol. 38/34
View Text Development
62B-34.010
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To amend Chapter 62B-34, F.A.C., that provides a streamlined permitting process in additional coastal counties for activities seaward of the Coastal Construction Control Line that do not cause measureable interference with .... 5312513 3/7/2008
Vol. 34/10
View Text Final
62B-34.050
General Conditions 2332382 Effective:
11/21/2005