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SENATE
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
COMMITTEE:
Natural Resources
TIME & DATE:
8:00 AM, Thursday, May 21, 2009
PLACE:
E1.012 (Hearing Room)
CHAIR:
Senator Kip Averitt
HB 155
 
Gutierrez
SP:
Zaffirini
Relating to access to rivers and riverbeds for individuals with physical disabilities.
 
HB 284
 
Anchia | et al.
SP:
Ellis
Relating to reporting of international shipments of electronic waste.
 
HB 1526
 
Crownover | et al.
SP:
Hinojosa
Relating to the authority of a common purchaser that transports natural gas by pipeline to use a public right-of-way for a pipeline.
 
HB 1669
 
Callegari | et al.
SP:
Hegar
Relating to certificates of public convenience and necessity for water or sewer services.
 
HB 1796
 
Chisum | et al.
SP:
Watson
Relating to the offshore geologic storage of carbon dioxide.
 
HB 1993
 
Anchia | et al.
SP:
Watson
Relating to certain energy security technologies for critical governmental facilities.
 
HB 2208
 
Gonzales | et al.
SP:
Hinojosa
Relating to the calculation of current market value of certain water rights by the Rio Grande Regional Water Authority.
 
HB 2748
 
Chisum
SP:
Duncan
Relating to the abolition of the Texas Environmental Education Partnership Fund.
 
HB 2783
 
Anchia | et al.
SP:
Averitt
Relating to the adoption of energy efficient building standards and energy efficiency and conservation standards for instructional facilities.
 
HB 3464
 
Keffer
SP:
Averitt
Relating to the enforcement of certain development regulations in a justice court.
 
HB 3547
 
Elkins
SP:
Jackson, Mike
Relating to an order for the closure of unregistered dry cleaning facilities and dry cleaning drop stations by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.
 
HB 3827
 
Hancock
SP:
Deuell
Relating to the delivery of regulated substances into underground storage tanks; providing a penalty.
 
HB 3864
 
Smithee
SP:
Seliger
Relating to the acceptance of certain donated building projects by the Parks and Wildlife Department.
 

HB 4031
 
McCall | et al.
SP:
Seliger
Relating to the agricultural biomass and landfill diversion incentive program.
 
HB 4247
 
Keffer
SP:
Averitt
Relating to the use of the proceeds of cash deposits filed with the Railroad Commission of Texas by certain persons under the jurisdiction of the commission and deposited in the oil-field cleanup fund.
 
HB 4299
 
Rose
SP:
Averitt
Relating to rainwater harvesting and other water conservation initiatives.
 
HB 4300
 
Herrero
SP:
Williams
Relating to safety rules for certain pipeline facilities and public awareness.
 
HB 4713
 
Miller, Doug
SP:
Wentworth
Relating to certain exemptions from ad valorem taxes imposed by the Cow Creek Groundwater Conservation District.
 
HB 4810
 
Miller, Doug
SP:
Wentworth
Relating to the creation of the Comal County Water Control and Improvement District No. 5; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain.
 
HB 4811
 
Miller, Doug
SP:
Wentworth
Relating to the creation of the Comal County Water Control and Improvement District No. 6; providing authority to impose a tax and issue bonds; granting a limited power of eminent domain.
 
HJR 102
 
Raymond | et al.
SP:
Hinojosa
Proposing a constitutional amendment to protect the right of the public to access and use public beaches.
 
SB 2572
 
Wentworth
Relating to the issuance of permits by the Gonzales County Underground Water Conservation District for certain water supply projects.
 
SCR 60
 
Watson
Directing state agencies to initiate emission reduction policies and programs in order to help Central and South Central Texas meet the 2008 National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ground-level ozone.