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									Marco Island Conference

       July 18, 2000
Point                        Counterpoin
 Water is a public       Concede state owns water
 resource — not a
 commodity               Question is: How to
                         manage it best
 Water is free; no one
 should profit from it   Propose long term permits
                         with transferability
Point                           Water Supply 1995 - 2020                            Counterpoin
                    fix it
Ain’t broke — Don’t NW Coastal                                       Oppaga Report predicts serious
                                                                     problems for 4 of 5 WMD’s
With markets based approach
who:                                                                 Planning without implementation
  § Protects environment                                             is inefficient and wasteful
  § Assures water supply life-line
  §    Unsustainable Use of party
    Protects against 3rdCurrent Sources
                                                                     Need strong regulatory WMD to:
                                                                        §   Protect existing legal users
  § Determines reasonable
       New Sources Needed to Meet Projected
    beneficial uses                                                     §   Protect environment

  § What’s in Sources Adequate to Meet
       Current public interest                                          §   Guarantee basic potable needs
           Projected Growth                                             §   Manage 3rd party
                                                                            impacts          Everglades /
                                                                                              S. Florida

Source: Water management districts, Water Supply Assessments and staff interviews
Point                            Counterpoin
 Under your proposal an    Yes   It would be a good
 economic value would be         thing resulting in
 created for consumptive         more incentives for
 use permits and land            conservation

 WMDs are better at        Yes   Protecting role
 managing and protecting
 our most precious         No    Controlling and
 resource                        managing
Point                                 Counterpoin
 Public sector water            Historically, no competition
 community has served           — monopoly and system has
 nation and Florida very well   worked as long as water has
                                been cheap and plentiful
 It has proven it can develop
 and manage water supply        Question is future:
 — and do it efficiently         § EPA estimates $1 trillion
                                   needed in water sector in 30
                                 § Desperate need for capital
                                 § Experience show 15-40%
                                   savings with private
                                   sector involvement
Comes Down to Your View for Role of Government
 Water Management from
 Public Sector with Strong               Private Model
                             — vs. —
  Regulatory Role Model                Incentive-Based

    7    Who best owns water
         Who best provides oversight protection and
    7    impact assessment (i.e., environment, water
         quality, life-line, etc.)
         Who best provides efficiency / incentives /
         innovation and results                          7
Water Management from
Public Sector with Strong                Private Model
                            — vs. —
 Regulatory Role Model                 Incentive-Based

   Which model is best?
   Take the best of the public and private sector and
   create a new model called: Public-Private Partnership

   Propose:   WMD with strong regulatory, oversight
              and protection function


               Outsource / delegate service delivery
               function and include economic
               incentives in the regulatory system
               for more efficient resource allocation
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