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SB 536, 63rd R.S.
Authorizing the commissioners courts of certain counties subsequent to the approval by referendum of a majority of those voting in said referendum, to adopt the hereinafter described County Land Management Act, to establish and enforce subdivision development standards and construction standards in certain unincorporated territory with the exception of certain agriculturally-related structures and facilities; excepting lands and structures included in plans and applications designated or approved by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development pursuant to federal law; prescribing the powers and duties of commissioners courts; authorizing the requirement of performance bonds; providing penalties; providing for severability.

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
S Filed   03/07/1973
S Read first time   03/07/1973
S Referred to Committee on Intergovernmental Relations   03/07/1973
S Sent to subcommittee   04/17/1973
S Committee substitute   05/08/1973
S Laid before Senate   05/24/1973
S Read second time   05/24/1973
S Amendments   05/24/1973
S Passed to engrossment as amended   05/24/1973
S Passed   05/24/1973
S Sent to House   05/24/1973
H Received from the Senate   05/24/1973
H Read first time   05/25/1973
H Referred to Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs   05/25/1973

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