SB 1376, 72nd R.S. history

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SB 1376, 72nd R.S.
Relating to the preservation of water quality in the Colorado River, establishing a non-degradation policy in certain undeveloped and urban watersheds, establishing obligations for the assessment of water quality by the Water Commission, the Lower Colorado River Authority, the City of Austin, and the Barton Springs-Aquifer Underground Conservation District, requiring the adoption of ordinances and ensuring representation of areas on bodies governed by such ordinances, limiting appeals of such ordinances, limiting the expenditure of state and federal funds for certain projects in certain areas, establishing standards and limitations on wastewater treatment and sewer line location, limitations on the creation of certain districts, and declaring an emergency.

Last action: Left pending in committee

Author: Gonzalo Barrientos


HB 2735 (Identical)


House Committee: Natural Resources (Ron Lewis, Fred Bosse, Frank Collazo, Jr., Sherri Greenberg, Pat Haggerty, Harvey Hilderbran, Robert Puente, John Willy, Gerald Yost)
Minutes: May 22 1991
Senate Committee: Natural Resources (Bill Sims, Kenneth Armbrister, Gonzalo Barrientos, J.E. Brown, Steven Carriker, Eddie Lucio, Bill Ratliff, Peggy Rosson, David Sibley, Carlos Truan, Judith Zaffirini)
Minutes: May 15 1991
Senate Committee: Water (Carlos Truan, Gonzalo Barrientos, J.E. Brown, Peggy Rosson, Judith Zaffirini)

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