SB 363 Limits certain types of vessels from being operated within 300 feet of docks and piers and allows the Commissioner of the Water Patrol to establish an equitable pay plan
Sponsor: Bartle
LR Number: 0044S.03I Fiscal Note: 0044-03
Committee: Transportation
Last Action: 5/18/2007 - S Informal Calendar S Bills for Perfection Journal Page:
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Effective Date: Emergency Clause

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SB 363 - This act prohibits vessels that are 30 feet in length or greater from being operated within 300 feet of any dock, pier, occupied anchored boat, or buoyed restricted area on any lake at a speed in excess of slow-no wake speed. Vessels less than 30 feet in length are prohibited from being operated within 100 feet of any dock, pier, occupied anchored boat, or buoyed restricted area on any lake at a speed in excess of slow-no wake speed. The act also provides that the commissioner of the water patrol shall establish, with the advice of the director of personnel, an equitable pay plan for the members of the water patrol and radio personnel taking into consideration ranks and length of service.

STEPHEN WITTE