The St. Johns River Water Management District is a public agency governed by Florida’s broad Public Records laws.
Why did you receive Water News from the district?
If you received Water News, the district’s records indicate that (a) you have expressly shared this address for the purpose of receiving information about the district, or (b) you have communicated with the district in the past or otherwise have established a relationship with the district.
How can you stop receiving Water News?
Each Water News contains an easy, automated way for you to unsubscribe. If you wish to do this, please follow the “Unsubscribe from this list” option at the bottom of the email.
How does the district use my information?
The district’s analytics software records the IP addresses of users. This information is not shared, but could be requested as part of a public records request through the district clerk’s office. Email addresses, name and county of subscribers to Water News are maintained by an off-site, third-party email distribution service, which is in compliance with the latest public privacy laws. Email newsletter subscribers’ information is not shared, sold or otherwise used for reasons other than a user’s request to be added to the district’s mailing list, unless requested under Florida’s open records laws.
How the district secures your information
All information submitted is considered a public record under Florida law and may be made available upon request. The email distribution system employs appropriate security measures to protect against the loss and alteration of data.
May 25, 2013