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[  Session(s): all  Chamber =  Both  Bill Type = all    Subjects =  COLORADO RIVER MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT ]

Select bill Bill Session Author & Sponsor Caption Committees Last action
HB 3289 77-0 (2001) Author: Lewis, Ron Relating to certain river authorities and water districts, the codification of Acts creating and regulating the authorities and districts, and the creation of the Texas Water Policy Council to review the authorities and districts. House: Natural Resources Recommendations filed with the Speaker
SB 1335 77-0 (2001) Author: Brown, J. E. Relating to certain river authorities and water districts, the codification of Acts creating and regulating the authorities and districts, and the creation of the Texas Water Advisory Council to review the authorities and districts. House: Natural Resources
Senate: Natural Resources
Referred to Natural Resources
HB 2447 76-0 (1999) Author: Counts, David
Sponsor: Duncan, Robert
Relating to the authority of the Colorado River Municipal Water District to generate, purchase, and sell water power and electric energy and to acquire and dispose of facilities for those purposes. House: Natural Resources
Senate: Natural Resources
Left pending in committee
HCR 48 76-0 (1999) Author: Counts, David Honoring the Colorado River Municipal Water District for 50 years of service to West Texans. House: Rules & Resolutions Received from the House
HCR 53 76-0 (1999) Author: Counts, David | et. al.
Sponsor: Fraser, Troy
Honoring the Colorado River Municipal Water District for 50 years of service to West Texans. Signed by the Governor
HB 1801 67-0 (1981) Author: Gibson, Jay
Sponsor: Short, E.L.
Relating to the territory, powers, and financing of the Colorado River Municipal Water District, and the relationships of other persons and governmental entities with the district. House: Natural Resources
Senate: Natural Resources
Effective immediately
SB 618 67-0 (1981) Author: Short, E.L. Relating to the territory, powers, and financing of the Colorado River Municipal Water District, and the relationships of other persons and governmental entities with the district. Senate: Natural Resources Reported from committee favorably with amendments
HB 107 57-1 (1961) Author: Read, David B. | et. al. Relating to amending a certain Act granting the Colorado River Municipal Water District the power and authority to study, correct, prevent, control, regulate and eliminate artificial and natural pollution, including oil field brine pollution, of the Colorado River and its tributaries upstream from the north boundary line of Coke County, Texas, and to acquire the sources of salt water by any means, and to sell salt water and fresh water for mining, oil field flooding and repressuring, industrial manufacturing or other purposes.
SB 31 57-1 (1961) Author: Owen, III, Frank | et. al. Relating to amending a certain Act granting the Colorado River Municipal Water District the power and authority to study, correct, prevent, control, regulate and eliminate artificial and natural pollution, including oil field brine pollution, of the Colorado River and its tributaries upstream from the north boundary line of Coke County, Texas, and to acquire sources of salt water by any means, and to sell salt water and fresh water for mining, oil field flooding and repressuring, industrial, manufacturing or other purposes.
HB 757 51-0 (1949) Author: Blount, Ralph E. "Peppy" Relating to creating a conservation district comprising the territory contained within the cities of Big Spring and Odessa, for the purpose of providing a source of water supply for municipal, domestic and industrial use and processing and transporting the same; enacting other provisions relating to the subject.
SB 342 51-0 (1949) Author: Hudson, Hill D. | et. al. Relating to creating a conservation district under Article XVI, Section 59, of the Constitution comprising the territory contained within the cities of Colorado City, Big Spring, Midland and Odessa, for the purpose of providing a source of water supply for municipal, domestic and industrial use and processing and transporting the same; enacting other provisions relating to this subject.

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