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Senate Committee on State-Municipal Planning, Interim - 67th R.S. (1981)

Committee Members
Lloyd Doggett, Chair
Roy Blake, Sr., Vice Chair
Kent A. Caperton
Mike Richards
John Traeger
Charges
• Consider the particular financial and planning problems of municipalities which have state-owned facilities and property within their corporate limits or which may be located so near such state-owned facility that such municipality is likely to be adversely affected from the location of such state-owned facility.
• Consider issues associated with state-owned land, including: the feasibility of reimbursement for local government service costs; local participation in state building planning; energy use and energy conservation in state buildings; historic buildings; Capitol view corridors; capitol complex landscaping; mixed-use buildings and employee transportation policies.*

Note:
Appointed by Lieutenant Governor 8/11/1981 (Senate Journal, 67th 1st C.S., pp. 369-370).
Appointed pursuant to SR 642.

* This represents an abstract of the report contents. Charge text is incomplete or unavailable.

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