1970 Book 1 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 1 (1970)

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AuSTIN, TEXAs 7&711
February 27, 1970
Mr. Norman Manning                 Opinion No. M-458-A
County Attorney
Williamson County                  Re: Specialized Motor Carrier
Georgetown, Texas                      Certificate No. 15465;
interpretation of certificate
with respect to the trans-
portation of lime.
Dear Mr. Manning:
On February 12, 1970, Walter Miller and other interested parties
appeared, through their attorneys, before an Opinion Committee of this
office convened for the purpose of reconsidering Opinion No. M-458
issued to you on August 25, 1969. It is the opinion of this office that
Opinion No. M-458 is correct in the conclusions and results expressed
therein. However, after considering the arguments and briefs of all
parties, we have determined that the historical basis from which we
draw our conclusion and the reasoning thereof should be more fully
developed. Therefore, Opinion No. M-458 is hereby supplemented
by this supplemental opinion.
By your letter of July, 1969, you requested an opinion of this office
as to the following:
1. Does the term any material, as it is used in
the first line of Specialized Motor Carrier
Certificate No. 15465, include lime?
2. Does the phrase to any construction jobsite or
processing plant in Texas, as it is used in
Specialized Motor Carrier Certificate No. 15465,
allow the holder of this certificate to transport
lime to:
(a) any oil and gas refining company in Texas;
(b) the Union Carbide processing plant located
near Houston, Texas;


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