BILL SUMMARY for SB09-101
SENATE COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ENERGY
|Votes: View--> ||Action Taken: |
|Adopt Amendment L.001 (Attachment B). The motion |
Refer Senate Bill 09-101, as amended, to the Commi
|Pass Without Objection|
02:08 PM -- Senate Bill 09-101
Senator Al White, prime sponsor, presented Senate Bill 09-101, which requires the creation of a seven-member independent historic preservation commission by any city that receives moneys from the State Historical Fund for historic preservation purposes when the city is not a certified local government. According to the bill, costs associated with the operation of the commission are to be paid from the city's share of preservation and restoration moneys from the State Historical Fund. Senator White made introductory remarks about the bill and addressed questions from the committee.
The following people testified on the bill:
02:14 PM -- Mr. Terry Ballowe, representing himself, spoke in support of the bill. Mr. Ballowe explained his concerns with the existing system of distribution of moneys from the State Historical Fund for historic preservation purposes.
02:16 PM -- Mr. Ed Nichols and Mr. Steve Turner, representing the Colorado Historical Society, were available to answer questions about the bill.
Senator White briefly explained and distributed Amendment L.001 (Attachment B).
|TIME: || 02:21:21 PM|
|MOTION:||Refer Senate Bill 09-101, as amended, to the Committee of the Whole with a favorable recommendation. The motion passed on a vote of 6-0-1.|
Final YES: 6 NO: 0 EXC: 1 ABS: 0 FINAL ACTION: PASS