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TO:Members of the Senate Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Standing Committee
Sen. Ralph Okerlund, Chair
Committee Meeting

DATE:Thursday, March 5, 2020
TIME:4:00 PM
PLACE:220 Senate Building

- Call to order and approval of minutes

- The following bills are scheduled for consideration:
1. HB0226S02Storm Water Permitting Amendments   (C. Snider)
2. HB0166Watershed Councils   (T. Hawkes)
3. HB0371Wildlife Tagging Amendments   (A.C. Maloy)
4. HCR021Concurrent Resolution Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day   (J. Hawkins)
5. HB0358S01Poultry Amendments   (M. Roberts)
6. HB0331Water Infrastructure Safety and Maintenance   (K. Coleman)
7. HCR022Concurrent Resolution Concerning the Protection, Development, and Beneficial Use of Utah's Colorado River Compact Allocation   (B. Last)
8. SB0239Refinery Sales Tax Exemption   (R. Okerlund)


Sen. Ralph Okerlund, Chair

Sen. Allen M. ChristensenSen. Keith GroverSen. David P. Hinkins
Sen. Jani IwamotoSen. Derek L. KitchenSen. Scott D. Sandall
Sen. Jerry W. StevensonSen. Evan J. Vickers

Committee Analyst: Nathan W. Brady, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
Committee Secretary: Paula Morgan

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