The West Lakeland Water Control District (“District”) is an independent unit of local, special-purpose government created pursuant to and existing under the provisions of Chapter 298, Florida Statutes, as a drainage district to control water surface levels to protect its property owners from flooding. A three-member Board governs the District. These members are elected by the landowners for three-year terms, with one member being elected each year. Meetings are conducted under Florida’s Sunshine Law, and the public is invited to attend and participate. The District employs a manager, an attorney, an engineer, and other staff as necessary to operate the District’s functions.
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