HB 2187

Voluntary stewardship program bill quickly passes through another committee

February 10th, 2014  |  Published in HB 2187

HB 2187 (Extending the date by which counties participating in the voluntary stewardship program must review and, if necessary, revise development regulations that apply to critical areas in areas used for agricultural activities) was heard in the House Appropriations Subcommittee on General Government and Information Technology on Friday, February 7 and passed out of that committee. The vote on the bill was close, 5-4.

There is a new nonpartisan analysis of the bill here.

You can view the public hearing and executive session here or on the window below:

Voluntary stewardship program passes out of committee

February 7th, 2014  |  Published in HB 2187

HB 2187 (Extending the date by which counties participating in the voluntary stewardship program must review and, if necessary, revise development regulations that apply to critical areas in areas used for agricultural activities) was passed out of the House Committee on Local Government on Wednesday, February 5.

The bill was amended before passing. You can read the most up-to-date version of the bill here and a new analysis here.

Critical areas bill heard in public hearing, scheduled for committee action

January 21st, 2014  |  Published in HB 2187

HB 2187 (Extending the date by which counties participating in the voluntary stewardship program must review and, if necessary, revise development regulations that apply to critical areas in areas used for agricultural activities) was heard in a public hearing last week in the House Committee on Local Government last week.

You can watch the public hearing here:

The bill has been scheduled for an executive session on both January 22 and 23.

A bill analysis is available here.