The bill would require a public accounting of conservation easements in the state. This would include mapping, an inventory of landholders, allowed tax credits, and any issues with the easements.
“CONCERNING A PUBLIC ACCOUNTING OF CONSERVATION EASEMENTS CREATED IN THE STATE.” [HB 1122, Colorado General Assembly]
Detailed Bill Summary
A bill to require “a comprehensive accounting of the conservation easements that have been created in the state since 1998.” [HB 1122, Colorado General Assembly]
- 3/15/18- Postponed Indefinitely in House Committee on Health, Insurance & Environment. [Bill History for HB 1122, Colorado General Assembly]
Relevant Comments by Public Officials, Public Lands Groups, or Special Interest Groups in Colorado