Texas Natural Resources Code - NAT RES § 63.121. Identification of Critical Dune Areas; Rules
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(a) The commissioner, in his role as trustee of the public land of this state, shall identify the critical dune areas within 1,000 feet of mean high tide that are essential to the protection of state-owned land, public beaches, and submerged land.
(b) The commissioner shall promulgate rules for:
(1) the identification and protection of critical dune areas; and
(2) the certification of procedures and requirements governing the review and approval of dune permits by a county or municipality.
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