Agriculture & Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee

Start Date and Time: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 10:00 AM
End Date and Time: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 12:00 PM
Location: Morris Hall (17 HOB)
Duration: 2.00
Consideration of a Consent Agenda that includes the following Appropriation Project Bills:
  • HB 2015 – Sanibel Sewer Phase IV Expansion Project
  • HB 2035 – Post-Pandemic Air Quality Improvements at The Florida Aquarium
  • HB 2045 – Collier County Lake Park Blvd. Capital Improvements and Water Quality Flowway
  • HB 2057 – Stuart Alternative Water Supply Phase III
  • HB 2065 – Palm Springs Davis Road North Basin Stormwater Improvements
  • HB 2077 – South Broward Drainage District - High Capacity, Mobile Stormwater Pumps
  • HB 2145 – Melbourne Harbor City Treatment Train Phase 1 Water Quality Improvements
  • HB 2161 – Pensacola & Perdido Bays Estuary Program
  • HB 2195 – Sweetwater North Drainage Improvements Project
  • HB 2253 – Parkland Stormwater Quality Improvement
  • HB 2259 – Alachua Water Quality and Resiliency Improvement Project
  • HB 2443 – Boynton Beach Heart of Boynton Revitalization MLK Blvd.
  • HB 2475 – Venice New Water Booster Station and System Improvements Including Emergency Interconnect
  • HB 2519 – Treasure Island Sewer Lift Station Rehabilitation
  • HB 2525 – Lauderdale-by-the-Sea Septic to Sewer
  • HB 2635 – Doral Stormwater Improvements NW 89th Pl (25-20 St.) & NW 24 (89-25)
  • HB 2645 – Cooper City SW 49th Street Culvert Rehabilitation/Replacement
  • HB 2649 – Bay Harbor Islands Sanitary Sewer Upgrade
  • HB 2667 – Hardee County Citrus Facility
Meeting Overview/Summary:
Presentation by the Department of Environmental Protection on Resilience and Coastal Protection
Presentation by the Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission on Red Tide Research and Mitigation

The Chair requests that all amendments should be filed by 6 p.m. on Monday, February 15,2021, including amendments filed by Members of the Committee/Subcommittee.
This meeting will be live-streamed on Audience seating will be socially distanced and limited to the press and those persons wishing to provide substantive testimony on the filed bills or draft legislation. Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Persons who wish to attend must register at, and pick up a pass at the Legislative Welcome Center on the 4th Floor of the Capitol beginning two hours before the start of the meeting. Registration closes three hours before the meeting starts.