P.O. BOX 145115 • SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH 84114-5515 • (801) 538-1035

TO:Members of the Senate Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Standing Committee
Sen. Scott K. Jenkins, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Monday, February 29, 2016
TIME:4:00 PM
PLACE:415 State Capitol

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. SB0231Waste Management Amendments   (J. S. Adams)
2. HB0169Little Sahara State Park Designation   (S. Eliason)
3. HB0287S01Commission for the Stewardship of Public Lands and Private Donations for Public Lands Litigation   (K. Christofferson)
4. HB0347Local and Special Service District Amendments   (S. Handy)
5. HB0363Grazing Zone Amendments   (M. Noel)
6. HJR004S01Joint Resolution on Water Infrastructure Transfer   (M. McKell)


Sen. Scott K. Jenkins, Chair

Sen. Allen M. ChristensenSen. Margaret DaytonSen. Jani Iwamoto
Sen. Peter C. KnudsonSen. Brian E. ShiozawaSen. Evan J. Vickers

Committee Analyst: J Brian Allred, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Kelly Pettit

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