Published: June 15, 2010
The House Environmental Resources and Energy Committee voted to exercise their prerogative to review Independent Regulatory Review Committee (IRRC) final regulation #2783/Environmental Quality Board #7-440 for two weeks. The Chairman told members the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee had also voted to review the final form regulation prior to it going to IRRC for final disposition….
From a message Senator Gene Yaw sent to a member of this list,
“Regulation 2783 updates existing erosion and sediment control regulations relating to agricultural planning, storm water management, buffer provisions and a permit-by-rule option. Additionally, Regulation 2806 would establish effluent limits for sources of wastewaters containing high concentrations of total dissolved solids (TDS).
On June 8, the Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee voted 9-2 to delay the consideration of the IRRC regulations for fourteen days. This action enables the committee to have the benefit of IRRC’s comments from their June 17th meeting before a final decision is made. Rest assured, I will keep your concerns in mind when the regulations come before the full committee.”