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Synopsis of Senate Committee Amendments

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                        Synopsis of Senate Committee Amendments*
Eric Vendel                                             Legislative Service Commission


Sub. H.B. 338
124th General Assembly
(As Re-reported by S. Energy, Natural Resources, & Environment)


Retains the repeal of the authority and procedures established under the Soil and Water Conservation Commission Law for a referendum concerning a uniform assessment to be levied for an improvement by a soil and water conservation district as in the House-passed bill, but applies the authority and procedures for a referendum under the Board of County Commissioners Law to the levying of either a varied or uniform assessment for an improvement by a soil and water conservation district.
For purposes of bringing a referendum petition against a soil and water conservation project, requires that a resolution adopted by a joint board of county commissioners under the Soil and Water Conservation Commission Law be considered to be a resolution adopted by the board of county commissioners of each county in the soil and water conservation project area.
Requires a county recorder to record any restrictions on the use of property pursuant to the State Fire Marshal's rules regarding corrective actions for releases from petroleum underground storage tanks, and establishes procedures for the recording of the restrictions.




* H.B. 338 was reported by S. Energy, Natural Resources, and Environment on March 20, 2002, with changes, recommitted to the committee on April 16, 2002, and reported with additional changes on June 18, 2002.  This synopsis reflects all changes made by the committee, but does not address amendments that may have been adopted on the Senate floor.

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