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House Committee on Land and Resource Management - 76th R.S. (1999)

Committee Members
Gary Walker, Chair
Joe Crabb, Vice Chair
Fred Bosse
Fred Brown
Richard "Rick" Hardcastle
Charlie Howard
Mike Krusee
Anna Mowery
Bob Turner
• Study the ability of counties to provide for appropriate growth and development in unincorporated areas while balancing private property rights.
• Conduct a survey of cities and towns sufficient to establish a factual basis for the committee's consideration of matters such as annexation, condemnation and development.
• Study the regulation of billboards placed along highways.
• Conduct active oversight of the agencies under the committee's jurisdiction. Monitor actions taken under HB 1704, 76th Legislature, Regular Session, SB 710, 76th Legislature, Regular Session, and SB 1690, 76th Legislature, Regular Session.

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