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Public teleconference March 15 to discuss Sylvan Lake MFLs peer review

MAITLAND — The St. Johns River Water Management District will hold a public teleconference on March 15 to discuss draft peer review findings for the minimum flows and levels (MFLs) report for Sylvan Lake in Seminole County, located within the Central Florida Water Initiative (CFWI) area.

The District is currently completing a reevaluation of its adopted MFLs for Sylvan Lake to ensure its continued protection. This public meeting, held via webinar, is the next step in the review process for the Sylvan Lake MFLs Determination and Assessment.

At this public teleconference the Sylvan Lake MFLs peer reviewer will present draft findings, including review of the environmental criteria, recommended minimum levels and assessment for Sylvan Lake.

WHAT: Sylvan Lake MFLs report draft peer review public teleconference

WHEN: 1 p.m., March 15, 2021

WHERE: Webinar: https://bit.ly/3q170wt
Call-in number: 1-386-256-1151
Conference ID: 179 509 335, then press #

Establishing MFLs is an important component of the District’s work of planning for adequate water supplies for today and for future generations while also protecting the District’s water resources.

Visit www.sjrwmd.com/minimumflowsandlevels/sylvan-lake for more information about the Sylvan Lake MFLs process.

To learn more about the science behind setting MFLs, visit the District’s StreamLines online magazine at www.sjrwmd.com/streamlines/finding-a-balance-in-floridas-waters/.