Austin, Texas
                    FISCAL NOTE, 76th Regular Session
                              April 28, 1999
          TO:  Honorable Gary Walker, Chair, House Committee on Land &
               Resource Management
        FROM:  John Keel, Director, Legislative Budget Board
       IN RE:  SB 1174 by Wentworth (Relating to the creation of
               alternate subdivision platting requirements in priority
               groundwater management areas.), As Engrossed
*  No significant fiscal implication to the State is anticipated.        *
Local Government Impact
In most counties, no significant fiscal implication is anticipated, since
additional administrative duties associated with plat reviews in
priority groundwater management areas would be absorbed using existing
county staff and resources. However, if a county would receive an
unusually high number of plats filed for approval, the additional
workload could require additional administrative staff and resources.
Source Agencies:   582   Natural Resource Conservation Commission, 580
                   Water Development Board, 302   Office Of The Attorney
                   General, 304   Comptroller of Public Accounts
LBB Staff:         JK, DE, TL