78th Texas Legislature, Regular Session, Senate Bill 1930, Chapter 994 Page: 1 of 7
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S.B. No. 1930
1 AN ACT
2 relating to the board of directors and the powers of the Lone Star
3 Groundwater Conservation District; validating certain actions and
4 proceedings of the district.
5 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:
6 SECTION 1. Chapter 1321, Acts of the 77th Legislature,
7 Regular Session, 2001, is amended by adding Sections 5A and 5B to
8 read as follows:
9 Sec. 5A. ADDITIONAL POWERS. (a) The district may adopt
10 different rules under Section 36.116, Water Code; for:
11 (1) each aquifer, subdivision of an aquifer, or
12 geologic stratum located in whole or in part within the boundaries
13 of the district; or
14 (2) different geographic areas of an aquifer or
15 subdivision of an aquifer located in whole or in part within the
16 boundaries of the district:
17 (A) if the district finds that conditions in or
18 use of the aquifer differs substantially from one geographic area
19 to another; or
20 (B) to promote better management of the
21 groundwater resources in the district.
22 (b) The district may:
23 (1) establish zones within the boundaries of the
24 district for the purposes of groundwater management and regulation;
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