If state-owned land or a portion of state-owned land is located in a priority groundwater
management area, the state agency that has management and control over that land under
the constitution or by statute may elect by written agreement with the commission
and the district to include the state-owned land in the district. The agreement shall be entered into as provided by the Texas Intergovernmental Cooperation
Act, Chapter 741, Government Code, and may include provisions for the payment by the
state agency of reasonable fees to the district. If the state does not elect to enter into the agreement to include the state-owned
land in the district, the state agency must establish a groundwater management plan
that will conserve, protect, and prevent the waste of groundwater on that state-owned
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