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COMMITTEE:    Natural Resources 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Tuesday, April 18, 2023 

PLACE:        E2.010 
CHAIR:        Rep. Tracy King 


HB 583         Raymond
Relating to the production by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality of an annual report on public drinking water supply systems.

HB 585         Raymond                                   
Relating to the creation by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality of a plan to protect water treatment facilities from catastrophes.

HB 874         Bowers | et al.                           
Relating to an exemption to the cancellation of a water right for nonuse.

HB 2496        Swanson                                   
Relating to notice provided by a public water system regarding a water outage in an area served by a provider of fire protection services.

HB 2508        Jetton                                    
Relating to the disbursement of money by a levee improvement district.

HB 2787        Gates                                     
Relating to late payment fees charged by a municipally owned water utility.

HB 2900        Leo-Wilson | et al.                       
Relating to the creation of the Trinity Bay Special Utility District and the powers and duties of the Trinity Bay Conservation District; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to impose assessments or fees.

HB 3469        Sherman, Sr. | et al.                     
Relating to the disposition of certain property by the former Bois D'Arc Island Levee Improvement District of Dallas and Kaufman Counties and the record of dissolution of that district.

HB 3744        Goldman                                    
Relating to the regulation of water well drillers and water well pump installers.

HB 4106        Dean                                      
Relating to the procedure for resolving certain customer complaints before the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

HB 4182        Oliverson                                 
Relating to the authorization of disbursements by the board of directors of the North Harris County Regional Water Authority.

HB 4373        Canales                                   
Relating to the procedure by which a regional water planning group is required to provide notice of certain public meetings or hearings.

HB 4623        Goldman                                   
Relating to the consideration of water markets in the regional water planning process.

HB 4659        Schofield                                 
Relating to an interim study of the financing of regional projects and facilities to convert from groundwater to surface water.

HB 4856        Darby                                     
Relating to the use of recycled fluid oil and gas waste.

HB 4874        Bailes                                    
Relating to notice of a water right amendment filed with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality regarding a change in purpose of use.

HB 5318        Metcalf                                   
Relating to the creation of the Montgomery County Water Control and Improvement District No. 6; granting a limited power of eminent domain; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to impose assessments, fees, and taxes.

HB 5334        Harless                                   
Relating to the creation of the Cypress Creek Drainage Improvement District.

HCR 77         Kuempel                                   
Designating November as Texas Wildlife and Conservation Month for a 10-year period beginning in 2023.

HR 371         Murr                                      
Recognizing the Texas Hill Country as an integral part of the State of Texas.

SB 28          Perry | et al.                            
Relating to financial assistance provided and programs administered by the Texas Water Development Board.

SB 1080        Kolkhorst                                 
Relating to a mitigation program and fees for the Lost Pines Groundwater Conservation District.

SJR 75         Perry | et al.                            
Proposing a constitutional amendment creating the Texas water fund to assist in financing water projects in this state.

HJR 169        Clardy                                    
Proposing a constitutional amendment providing for the dedication of certain sales and use tax revenue to a special fund established in the state treasury to pay for water infrastructure in this state.

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