Bill Text: TX HB3943 | 2019-2020 | 86th Legislature | Introduced


Bill Title: Relating to the boundaries of San Patricio County.

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 1-0)

Status: (Introduced) 2019-03-21 - Referred to County Affairs [HB3943 Detail]

Download: Texas-2019-HB3943-Introduced.html
  86R13207 NC-D
 
  By: Lozano H.B. No. 3943
 
 
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED
 
AN ACT
  relating to the boundaries of San Patricio County.
         BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS:
         SECTION 1.  The territorial boundaries of San Patricio
  County include the following properties:
               (1)  Oxy's Pier: A pier and related facilities owned by
  Occidental Chemical Corporation (Oxy) and that extend from Oxy's
  facilities on the mainland of San Patricio County into the La Quinta
  Ship Channel and the waters of the La Quinta Ship Channel
  intervening between the detached parts of Donnell and Ingleside
  Points and the mainland, and are appurtenant to and improvements of
  Oxy's real property in San Patricio County;
               (2)  Oxy's Submerged Land: Submerged land owned by Oxy
  and consisting of approximately 36.663 acres, attached to the
  mainland of San Patricio County and located in the La Quinta Ship
  Channel and waters of the La Quinta Ship Channel intervening
  between the detached parts of Donnell and Ingleside Points and the
  mainland;
               (3)  Sherwin's Pier: A pier and related facilities
  owned by Sherwin Alumina Company (Sherwin) and that extend from
  Sherwin's facilities on the mainland of San Patricio County into
  the La Quinta Ship Channel and the waters of the La Quinta Ship
  Channel intervening between the detached parts of Donnell and
  Ingleside Points and the mainland, and are appurtenant to and
  improvements of Sherwin's real property in San Patricio County;
               (4)  Sherwin's Submerged Land: Submerged land owned by
  Sherwin and consisting of approximately 41.458 acres that are
  attached to the mainland of San Patricio County and located in the
  La Quinta Ship Channel and waters of the La Quinta Ship Channel
  intervening between the detached parts of Donnell and Ingleside
  Points and the mainland;
               (5)  Kiewit's Submerged Land No. l: Submerged land
  owned by Kiewit Offshore Services, Ltd. (Kiewit) 13 and consisting
  of the approximately 74.723 acres attached to the San Patricio
  County mainland and located in the La Quinta Ship Channel and waters
  of the La Quinta Ship Channel intervening between the detached
  parts of Donnell and Ingleside Points and the mainland;
               (6)  Kiewit Submerged Land No. 2: Submerged land owned
  by Kiewit and consisting of the approximately 105.477 acres
  attached to the San Patricio County mainland and located in the La
  Quinta Ship Channel and waters of the La Quinta Ship Channel
  intervening between the detached parts of Donnell and Ingleside
  Points and the mainland;
               (7)  Kiewit's Pier: Former Navy pier and related
  facilities owned by Kiewit and that extend from Kiewit's facilities
  on the mainland of San Patricio County into the La Quinta Ship
  Channel and the waters of the La Quinta Ship Channel intervening
  between the detached parts of Donnell and Ingleside Points and the
  mainland, and are appurtenant to and improvements of Kiewit's real
  property in San Patricio County;
               (8)  Flint Hills Pier, also known as Flint Hills New
  Dock: Former Navy loading pier or small craft pier, and related
  facilities owned by Flint Hills Resources LP and that extend from
  Flint Hills Resources LP's facilities on the mainland of San
  Patricio County, and are appurtenant to and improvements of Flint
  Hills Resources LP's real property in San Patricio County;
               (9)  Flint Hills Facility, also known as Flint Hills
  Ex-Navy Dock: Former Navy Facilities owned by and that extend from
  Flint Hills Resources LP's facilities on the mainland of San
  Patricio County, and are appurtenant to and improvements of Flint
  Hills Resources LP's real property in San Patricio County;
               (10)  Signet Maritime Submerged Land No. l: Submerged
  land owned by Signet Maritime Corporation, consisting of
  approximately 1.80 acres attached to the San Patricio County
  mainland and located in the La Quinta Ship Channel and waters of the
  La Quinta Ship Channel intervening between the detached parts of
  Donnell and Ingleside Points and the mainland;
               (11)  Signet Maritime Submerged Land No. 2: Submerged
  land owned by Signet Maritime Corporation, consisting of
  approximately 3.887 acres attached to the San Patricio County
  mainland and located in the La Quinta Ship Channel and waters of the
  La Quinta Ship Channel intervening between the detached parts of
  Donnell and Ingleside Points and the mainland;
               (12)  Signet Maritime Submerged Land No. 3: Submerged
  land owned by Signet Maritime Corporation, consisting of
  approximately 4.855 acres attached to the San Patricio County
  mainland and located in the La Quinta Ship Channel and waters of the
  La Quinta Ship Channel intervening between the detached parts of
  Donnell and Ingleside Points and the mainland;
               (13)  Signet Maritime Submerged Land No. 4: Submerged
  land owned by Signet Maritime Corporation, consisting of
  approximately 1.78 acres attached to the San Patricio County
  mainland and located in the La Quinta Ship Channel and waters of the
  La Quinta Ship Channel intervening between the detached parts of
  Donnell and Ingleside Points and the mainland; and
               (14)  Corpus Christi LNG's Submerged Land: Submerged
  land owned by Corpus Christi LNG/Cheniere Energy Inc., consisting
  of approximately 52.25 acres attached to the San Patricio County
  mainland and located in the La Quinta Ship Channel and waters of the
  La Quinta Ship Channel intervening between the detached parts of
  Donnell and Ingleside Points and the mainland.
         SECTION 2.  This Act takes effect immediately if it receives
  a vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each house, as
  provided by Section 39, Article III, Texas Constitution.  If this
  Act does not receive the vote necessary for immediate effect, this
  Act takes effect September 1, 2019.
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