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Pending Rule Proposals

Pending proposals are staff recommendations that have been filed with the Chief Clerk, but have not yet been voted on by the commissioners.

PENDING PROPOSALS are staff recommendations that have been filed with the Chief Clerk, but have not yet been voted on by the commissioners. At a future date, the commissioners will discuss and vote on the proposal. If approved, the proposal will be filed with the Texas Register for public comment and moved to Proposals. These drafts are courtesy copies and are subject to change. This site will be updated only if the agency makes substantive changes before the agenda date.

 

Pending Proposal Dates

Rule Project Number Pending Short Title/Description Pending Proposal
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Approval Date
 11/01/17

2017-025-305-OW HB 3618: Repeal Basin Cycle Permitting
This rulemaking will implement House Bill 3618 to repeal basin cycle permitting and revise water quality summary reporting frequency.

Executive Summary

Ch. 220

Ch. 305

Approval Date
11/01/17

2017-030-114-AI SB 1731: Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Purchase or Lease Incentive Program
The rulemaking would propose revisions to the standards and criteria for the Light-Duty Motor Vehicle Purchase or Lease Incentive Program in order to implement legislation that re-establishes the program. The revisions would include maximum incentive amounts of $5,000 for natural gas and propane vehicles and $2,500 for electric vehicles, with a limit per fiscal biennium of 1,000 incentives for natural gas and propane vehicles and 2,000 incentives for electric vehicles. The revisions would also allow vehicles converted to operate on natural gas or propane within 500 miles of first sale of the vehicle to be eligible for an incentive.

Executive Summary

Ch. 114

Approval Date
11/01/17

2017-031-114-AI SB 1731: Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (TERP) Programs
The rulemaking would propose revisions to the standards and criteria for incentives under the Diesel Emissions Reduction Incentive Program, Texas Clean School Bus Program, Texas Clean Fleet Program, and Drayage Truck Incentive Program, including changing the name of the drayage program to the Seaport and Rail Yard Areas Emissions Reduction Program. The rulemaking would implement legislation that amended statutory provisions for these programs.

Executive Summary

Ch. 114

Approval Date
11/01/17

2017-032-336-WS HB 2662: LLRW Compact Disposal Facility Fees
HB 2662 repeals the 5% gross receipts fee on all compact and federal waste disposal for the FY18/19 biennium.

Executive Summary

Ch. 336