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HB 105, 63rd R.S.
Authorizing the commissioners court of a county to regulate the use of land lying outside the limits of incorporated cities, towns, and villages; providing that no existing structure or use will be affected; providing for notice and hearings; establishing and prescribing the duties of a zoning commission; providing for appeals; providing for enforcement; prescribing penalties; prescribing the effect of conflicting laws; providing exceptions; and declaring an emergency.

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
H Filed   01/16/1973
H Read first time   01/18/1973
H Referred to Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs   01/18/1973
H Committee hearing notice posted   01/30/1973
H Considered in public hearing   02/05/1973
H Referred to subcommittee   02/05/1973
H Subcommittee hearing notice posted   02/19/1973
H Subcommittee hearing notice posted   03/01/1973
H Subcommittee hearing notice posted   03/01/1973
H Reported from subcommittee   03/19/1973
H Reported favorably   03/19/1973
H Sent to Calendar Committee   03/21/1973
H Read second time   05/18/1973
H Amendments   05/18/1973
H Passed to engrossment   05/18/1973
H Reported engrossed   05/18/1973
H Read third time   05/25/1973
H Passed   05/25/1973
S Received from House   05/25/1973
S Referred to Committee on Administration   05/26/1973

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