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H.53 (Act 4)

An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

Rep. David Deen
3/6/2017 - Signed by Governor on March 6, 2017
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Last Recorded Action
House 3/6/2017 - Signed by Governor on March 6, 2017
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An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

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2017-2018 Legislative Session
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An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

Committee Meetings

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Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

Meeting Full List

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Thursday, January 19, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Natural Resources, Fish, and Wildlife
11:30 AM

H.53 - An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

Introduction by the sponsor.

Rep. David L. Deen, Westminster

Thursday, January 26, 2017
Committee(s):
House Committee on Natural Resources, Fish, and Wildlife
9:00 AM

H.53 - An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

Committee discussion.

Aaron Adler, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
Rob Evans, River Corridor and Flood Plain Manager, Agency of Natural Resources
Ron Rhodes, North Country River Steward, Connecticut River Watershed Council
Mary Russ, Executive Director, White River Partnership

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy
10:15 AM

H.53 - An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

Rep. David L. Deen, Sponsor of Bill

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Committee(s):
Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy
10:15 AM

H.53 - An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

Testimony and possible vote

Rob Evans, River Corridor and Flood Plain Manager, Agency of Natural Resources
Ron Rhodes, North Country River Steward, Connecticut River Watershed Council

An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

Witnesses Who Testified

2017-2018 Legislative Session
House Committee on Natural Resources, Fish, and Wildlife
  • Aaron Adler, Legislative Counsel, Office of Legislative Council
  • Rep. David L. Deen, Westminster
  • Rob Evans, River Corridor and Flood Plain Manager, Agency of Natural Resources
  • Ron Rhodes, North Country River Steward, Connecticut River Watershed Council
  • Mary Russ, Executive Director, White River Partnership
Senate Committee on Natural Resources and Energy
  • Rep. David L. Deen, Sponsor of Bill
  • Rob Evans, River Corridor and Flood Plain Manager, Agency of Natural Resources
  • Ron Rhodes, North Country River Steward, Connecticut River Watershed Council

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An act relating to permitting planting projects in flood hazard areas

Statutes Affected

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Staff & Other Information

Staff
Aaron Adler, Legislative Counsel

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