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Pending Rule Proposals

Pending proposals are staff recommendations that have been filed with the Chief Clerk, but have not yet been voted on by the commissioners.

PENDING PROPOSALS are staff recommendations that have been filed with the Chief Clerk, but have not yet been voted on by the commissioners. At a future date, the commissioners will discuss and vote on the proposal. If approved, the proposal will be filed with the Texas Register for public comment and moved to Proposals. These drafts are courtesy copies and are subject to change. This site will be updated only if the agency makes substantive changes before the agenda date.

Pending Proposal Dates Rule Project Number Pending Short Title/Description Pending Proposal
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Approval Date
09/07/16

2016-031-114-AI Low Income Vehicle Repair Assistance, Retrofit, and Accelerated Vehicle Retirement Program (LIRAP) Revisions
The rulemaking would amend definitions in Chapter 114 and incorporate the Tier 3 emission standards established under 40 CFR §86.1811-17 as an eligibility component for replacement vehicles and as a determinant for the replacement compensation amount. It would also specify that no more than $600 may be used for emissions-related repairs per vehicle per year.

Executive Summary

Ch. 114

Approval Date
08/24/16

2016-012-122-AI Update to Applicable Requirements for Operating Permits
Revisions to Chapter 122 would reflect current applicable requirements for the Federal Operating Permits Program; particularly the removal of outdated provisions relating to the Clean Air Interstate Rule, the removal of outdated provisions which required certain sources of greenhouse gases to obtain a federal operating permit, and the addition of the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule as an applicable requirement.

Executive Summary

Ch. 122