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Introduced House Bill (H)

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Natural resource matters. Requires the natural resources commission (commission) to adopt rules to determine rental rates for marina slips, and provides that those rules may not regulate any other amenities or services provided by marinas. Voids certain nonrule policy documents. Provides that a permit issued to a quarrying or aggregate company for excavation of certain industrial materials is valid for the duration of the permitted project subject to periodic compliance evaluations. Establishes that a permit issued for aggregate operations becomes void if construction has not commenced within two years of the issuance of the permit. Requires a permit holder to Natural resource matters. Requires the natural resources commission (commission) to adopt rules to determine rental rates for marina slips, and provides that those rules may not regulate any other amenities or services provided by marinas. Voids certain nonrule policy documents. Provides that a permit issued to a quarrying or aggregate company for excavation of certain industrial materials is valid for the duration of the permitted project subject to periodic compliance evaluations. Establishes that a permit issued for aggregate operations becomes void if construction has not commenced within two years of the issuance of the permit. Requires a permit holder to notify the commission within six months after completing a permitted project. Provides that a permit issued on or before July 1, 2014, that remains active for a quarrying or aggregate company for excavation of certain industrial materials is valid for the duration of the permitted project subject to permit conditions and periodic evaluations, and requires the holder of the permit to notify the commission not later than January 1, 2022, if the permitted project is still active. Provides that failure to notify the commission will cause the permit to expire. Requires the holder of the permit to notify the commission that the project is completed within six months after the project's completion. ... View more