CS/SB 1716: Growth Management
GENERAL BILL by Community Affairs ; Garcia
Growth Management; Prohibiting a local government from applying transportation concurrency or requiring proportionate-share contribution or construction for new business development for a specified period; providing for an extension of the prohibition under certain conditions; providing for future expiration; prohibiting certain counties, municipalities, and special districts from imposing certain new or existing impact fees for a specified period; providing for an extension of the prohibition under certain conditions, etc.
Last Action: 5/3/2013 Senate - Died in Education
Location: In committee/council (ED)
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
- Community Affairs (CA)
- Education (ED)
• Referred to Community Affairs; Transportation; Education -SJ 181
• Introduced -SJ 181
• On Committee agenda-- Community Affairs, 04/02/13, 12:30 pm, 301 Senate Office Building
• CS by Community Affairs; YEAS 8 NAYS 0 -SJ 347
• Pending reference review under Rule 4.7(2) - (Committee Substitute)
• CS by Community Affairs read 1st time -SJ 360
• Original reference(s) removed: Transportation
• Remaining references corrected to Education -SJ 367
• Now in Education
• Died in Education
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