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SB 679, 63rd R.S.
Creating Commerce Water District as a conservation district, comprising the territory contained in the city of Commerce, Hunt County, Texas, as the boundaries of said city existed on January 1, 1973, for the purpose of providing a source of water supply for municipal, domestic, commercial, and industrial use, and diverting, impounding, storing, treating, and transporting the same, and acquiring, constructing, and operating water facilities;...prescribing other powers and duties of the district; providing a severability clause.

Last action: Sent to subcommittee

Author: Peyton McKnight


HB 94 (Identical)

Special Districts & Authorities--Soil & Water Conservation
Special Districts & Authorities--Water & Utility

Senate Committee: Natural Resources ()

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