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ULCT 2010 Legislative Session Tracking/Postion Sheet Bill Short Title Sponsor Intent Status ULCT Position HB0045 State Construction Code Adoption Morley, M. This bill adopts the state construction code in Passed No Position accordance with state uniform building standards act. HB0048S01 Amendments to the Tourism, Recreation, Cultural, Frank, C. This bill repealed the county option Failed Oppose Convention, and Airport Facilities Tax Act restaurant tax and it allowed for the increase in the county general sales tax levy. HB0054 Property Tax Exemption for Water Facilities Painter, P. This bill enacts a property tax exemption for Passed Support water infrastructure if it is owned by a non- profit entity and is used for irrigation, domestic water or transmission to a public water supplier. HB0060S01 Water Conveyance Facilities Safety Act Hunsaker, F. This bill deals with the safety inspection and Passed Neutral reporting requirement of private irrigation companies regarding canal system safety. HB0061 Real Property Sales Information Disclosure Froerer, G. This bill created a multi-county appraisal trust Failed Support and requires a buyer of real property to submit purchasing information to the trust which can then be shared with assessors, tax commission and the Board of Realtors. HB0075S01 Assessment Area Amendments Froerer, G. This bill requires the designation of an Passed No Position assessment area by resolution or ordinance prior to levying an assessment and clarifies when multiple assessments can be levied and requires a state tax commission reporting requirement. HB0094S01 Uniform Fiscal Procedures Act Amendments for Towns, Hunsaker, F. This bill requires a public hearing and Passed Oppose/Seek Cities, and Counties Amendments amends some of the notice requirements Amendments when making an enterprise fund transfer to the general fund. HB0102S02 Agriculture Sustainability Act Draxler, J. This bill defined terms and requires a county Failed Oppose to establish an Agriculture Sustainability Investment Fund. It required a county to deposit a rollback tax collected by the county into the fund. It authorized the county to appropriate money in the fund as directed by an appropriation plan; in certain circumstances, directed the county to transfer money from the fund to the Leray McAllister Critical Land Conservation Program. It created the Agricultural Preservation Selection and Funding Committee and authorized the committee to: adopt an appropriation plan, adopt land evaluation and site assessment criteria, approve or reject an application for an agriculture conservation easement or contract, and approve an instrument to be recorded to secure an agriculture conservation easement or contract. It prohibited an owner of property subject to an agriculture conservation easement or contract from using the property for nonagriculture production. It also established certain protections for an agriculture conservation easement or contract, including prohibiting a political subdivision from condemning property subject to an agriculture conservation HB0107 Animal Shelter Amendments Seelig, J. easement or contract withoutbody of a county This bill gives the governing complying with Passed Support or municipality the discretion to determine whether to make an impounded animal available to be used for research or educational purposes. It prohibits the provision of an animal for research or educational purposes unless: the animal has been legally impounded for at least five days or a longer period as provided by local ordinance. HB0116 Political Subdivision Facility Energy Efficiency Hunsaker, F. This bill authorizes a political subdivision to Passed Neutral enter into an energy savings agreement. HB0121S01 Emergency Medical Services Act Transport Amendments Hughes, G This bill provides that when the Department Passed Support of Health finds that a complaint against a non- 911 provider has merit, the Department of Health shall issue a notice of meritorious finding to the political subdivision in which the non-911 provider is operating; permits a political subdivision that receives the notice of meritorious finding to determine appropriate corrective actions, which may include issuing a request for proposal for non- 911 services; requires the Department of Health to issue the request for proposal for non-911 services if the political subdivision intends to respond to a request for proposal HB0126 State Construction Registry Amendments Webb, R. C This bill changed the filing process for state Failed Neutral construction notice website. HB0129 Amendments to Education Financing Newbold, M This bill repealed the authority of school Failed Neutral districts to levy certain property taxes and sets the statewide minimum basic tax rate at a fixed rate beginning in 2011. It required the Legislature to increase the value of the weighted pupil unit for purposes of determining school districts' income tax funding by an amount equal to the increased amount of revenue generated statewide by the minimum basic tax rate from the prior year. It created a board local discretionary levy and a capital discretionary levy for school districts. It set the tax rates for the board local discretionary levy and the capital discretionary levy for the first taxable year and provided procedures for setting a school district's certified tax rate after the first taxable year. It adjusted a school district's certified tax rate due to the repeal or amendment of the property taxing authority of the school district. It also defined terms and made technical changes. HB0131S01 B and C Road Construction Amendments Noel, M This bill prohibited a county or municipality Failed Oppose from bidding on certain class B and class C road-maintenance or construction projects if the class B or class C road is not under the county or municipality's jurisdiction. It also reduced the bid limit for class B and class C road maintenance or construction projects. HB0137 Public School Funding Harper, W This bill made several tax changes for the Failed Oppose funding of public schools. HB0171 Water Rights Amendments Gibson, K. This bill allowed the state engineer to Failed Oppose evaluate prior use on a change application. HB0173S01 911 Amendments Dee, B. This bill provides definitions of primary and Passed Support secondary public safety answering points and provides additional uses for the 911 surcharge funds. HB0180 Outdoor Advertising Amendments Frank, C. This bill provided that a municipality or a Failed Oppose county may not prevent a billboard owner from rebuilding or replacing a billboard unless the municipality or county initiates eminent domain proceedings. It provided that the owner of an outdoor advertising sign may make certain height adjustments or relocate if any portion of the advertising area, rather than the view and readability, of an outdoor advertising sign is obstructed due to certain circumstances. HB0182 Property Tax - Home Owner Exemption Modification Froerer, G. This bill allowed for the 45% property tax Failed No Position exemption to be granted to certain large parcels of property that are currently not allowed to receive the exemption. HB0183 Construction and Fire Code Related Amendments Morley, M. This bill modifies the Utah Fire Prevention Passed Neutral and Safety Act and Utah Uniform Building Standards Act to address the process for adopting and modifying a state construction code or state fire code. HB0185S01 Animal Euthanasia Standards Seegmiller, F.J. This bill requires that if an animal shelter Failed Seek must euthanize an animal, the animal shelter Amendments shall euthanize the animal by lethal injection or, one animal at a time, in a carbon monoxide chamber. HB0189 Closed Meetings Amendments Painter, P. This bill allows public bodies to discuss the Passed Support purchase or sale of water rights in a closed meeting. HB0199 Municipal Clerk and Recorder Responsibilities Last, B. This bill allows for flexibility in creating or not Passed Support creating the position of director of finance in towns and the optional form of government. HB0205S01 Impact Fee Amendments Sandstrom, S. This bill requires entitites to provide impact Passed Neutral as fee credits to developers of schools and Substituted charter schools if the school is not exclusively used for eductation. It restricts impact fees for storm water and certain road facilities, and development activity of replacement schools. HB0216S01 Incorporation of a Town Amendments Froerer, G. This bill requires the commission of a Passed Neutral w feasability study for incorporation and allows Amendments the county to deny, or place conditions on the incorporation based on the study. HB0218 Municipal Disincorporation Revisions Froerer, G. This bill allowed the district court to Failed No Position immediately order an election for disincorporation under certain circumstances without the now, required, 2 year waiting period after the initial incorporation. HB0220 Disproportionate Rental Fee Amendments Froerer, G. This bill was attempting to prevent cities from Failed Oppose precluding landlords from participating in good landlord programs because of their acceptance of tenants with more than one felony. HB0222 Land Use Meeting Notice Beck, T. This bill increases the notice requirement for Passed Support a land use ordinance amendment by requiring the mailed notice to go out 10 days in advance, whereas current statute requires 3 days in advance. HB0227S01 Licensing Eligibility Sandstrom, S. This bill required the proof of citizenship prior Failed Oppose to issuing business licenses. HB0231 Water Rights Priorities in Times of Shortage Gibson, K. This bill provides that the priority for water Passed Support use, under water rights, is determined by the date of the appropriation of water. It provides an exception allowing certain uses to be prioritized before an earlier-dated water right in times of a declared temporary water shortage emergency. It defines "temporary water shortage emergency," and provides for the payment of compensation to be paid by a water user whose right is given priority during a temporary water shortage emergency to the user whose use is interrupted. HB0245 Voter Challenge Amendments Hansen, N. This bill provided the grounds upon which a Failed Oppose person's right to vote in an election may be challenged during or before an election. It required that written challenges to a person's right to vote in an election be filed in advance of the election and provides procedures for filing and resolving the challenges before the date of the election. It also required the election officer to notify each person whose right to vote in the election has been challenged in writing and permits the person who has been challenged to provide information in response to the challenge. The bill provided that an election officer's determination regarding a challenge to a person's right to vote is subject to judicial appeal and required all documents filed in relation to a written challenge to be public records. HB0248 Government Records Amendments Dougall, J. This bill renames the Archives and Records Passed No Position Service chapter to the Public Records Management Act. It adopts definitions from Government Records Access and Management Act and makes technical changes. HB0253 Transfer of the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services from Ray, P. This bill moves Bureau of Emergency Failed No Position the Department of Health to the Department of Public Safet Medical Services from the Department of Health to the Department of Public Safety. HB0254 Voter Identification Amendments Daw, B. This bill clarifies which forms of ID are Passed Neutral allowed for the purpose of voter id verification. HB0258 Voting Precinct Boundaries Sumsion, K. This bill prohibits the county from making Passed Neutral changes to voting precincts for 1 year prior to the census. HB0259S02 Property Tax Amendments Harper, W. This bill modifies the assessment process Passed Neutral used by county assessors. HB0265S01 Real Property Amendments Froerer, G This bill requires a county assessor to Passed Neutral with consider certain factors in determining the Substitute fair market value of a golf course or hunting club. HB0266S01 Government Records Access and Management Act Powell, K This bill would have provided that a Failed Support Revisions governmental entity shall provide compensation information for an employee or officer by name if the employee or officer is elected or appointed. It also would have provided that a governmental entity shall provide compensation information for all other employees as identified by job title, rather than name. HB0278S02 Government Records Access and Management Act Herrod, C This bill requires expedited responses to the Passed Neutral with Amendments Government Records Access and Amendments Management Act. HB0279 County Recorder Amendments Webb, R. C This bill, for cities, counties, and towns: Passed No Position clarifies plat recordation requirements and amends the requirements to submit a subdivision plat for recording. It permits a recorder to record a document absent a certificate or written approval. It also amends provisions governing the conveyance of a common or community area parcel, provisions governing the recording of an amended plat, and recording requirements for a public street, right-of-way, or easement vacated by a legislative body. It also creates certain exceptions for abstracting an instrument in a tract index and prohibits a person from bringing an action against a recorder as a result of information contained in a recorded instrument. It states that the recordation of an instrument does not cure a failure to give public notice caused by an error, omission, or defect in the instrument. It amends joint tenancy provisions and provisions relating to the rescinding or cancelling of a trustee's deed. For purposes of an assessment, it states an effective date for a boundary change of a taxing entity; and makes technical corrections. HB0282S01 Local Government Amendments Sandstrom, S. This bill defines a school facility to include Passed Neutral with ancillary school facilities. This means that Amendments cities could not impose zoning restricions on those ancillary facilities. HB0283S01 Fees and Assessment Levies in Local and Special Service Mathis, J. This bill prohibits a legislative body from Failed Oppose Districts delegating to an administrative control board of a special service district the power to establish or increase a fee. HB0298S01 Land Use Authority Notification of Canal Development Ferry, B. This bill requires a municipal or a county land Passed Neutral with use authority to notify a canal company or Amendments canal operator of a land use application to develop within 100 feet of a canal. HB0315 Utah Public Notice Website Amendments Powell, K. modifies statutory requirements to publish or Passed Support post notice to the Utah Public Notice Website to provide a temporary exemption for public bodies with an annual budget of less than $1,000,000. HB0317 Property Tax Notices Amendments Froerer, G. This bill would have made some minor Failed Neutral adjustments on the property tax notice. HB0322 Property Tax Valuation Amendments Hansen, N. This bill would have changed the valuation Failed Oppose process to be determined based on purchase price plus inflation versus the current fair market valuation process. HB0331S02 Waste Fee and Related Amendments Menlove, R. This bill addresses provisions related to the Passed Neutral Environmental Quality Restricted Account. It provides for a supplementary fee to be charged by the Department of Environmental Quality for certain services. It changes the fee amounts related to commercial radioactive waste disposal or treatment and provides for review of costs by the department. It addresses the fee amounts related to hazardous waste and treated hazardous waste disposal and provides for a special assessment should fee amounts not cover costs related to the regulation of hazardous waste. It also makes technical and conforming amendments. HB0335S01 Utility Related Exemptions Hughes, G. This bill provides that certain entities Passed No Position providing electricity to certain owners and creditors are not considered an electrical corporation or public utility under Title 54: Public Utilities, exempts from various regulatory provisions electricity provided to certain owners and creditors; and makes technical changes. HB0349 Sales and Use Tax Amendments Harper, W. This bill modifies a definition and defines Passed No Position terms. It provides that the administrative fee the State Tax Commission charges with respect to the municipal energy sales and use tax shall be expended to administer the municipal energy sales and use tax. It addresses the collection, remittance, and payment of a tax on direct mail and certain sales and use taxes. It also addresses the determination of the location of certain transactions; and makes technical and conforming changes. HB0362 Duties of City Police Departments Herrod, C. This bill would have required that when a Failed Seek peace officer arrests or takes into custody a amendments person with an outstanding felony warrant, the officer shall check with the federal Law Enforcement Support Center for information on the person. It would have required that the officer make a record of any information provided by the center. HB0363 Municipal Election Amendments Frank, C. This bill waives early voting for small Passed Support jurisdictions. HB0368 Election Day Voting Centers Chavez-Houck, R. This bill would have defined "election day Failed No Position voting center." It would have allowed an election officer to designate one or more election day voting centers for voters who reside within the local political subdivision holding an election. It would have authorized a voter to use a regular ballot if the voter resides within the voting precinct designated to vote at the election day voting center. It required a voter to use a provisional ballot if the election day voting center is not designated for the voter's precinct. It required that voting at an election day voting center be administered in accordance with the Election Code. It provided requirements for election day voting center locations and required notice of an election day voting center location before election day. It also made technical changes. HB0381 Fee Amendments for Residential Rental Property Sandstrom, S. This bill amends municipal land use Passed Neutral with provisions relating to nonconforming uses Amendments and noncomplying structures. HB0383 County Tax Amendments Harper, W. This bill defined terms and authorized a Failed Oppose county of the first class, under certain circumstances, to levy an energy sales and use tax. It authorized a county of the first class, under certain circumstances, to levy a telecommunications license tax. It would have amended related tax provisions; and made technical corrections. HB0388S02 Mobile Home Revisions Dunnigan This bill modifies provisions relating to the Passed Support formation and operation of a resident association in a mobile home park. It modifies rights of residents in a mobile home park and limits what a mobile home park operator, as defined, may do with respect to a mobile home park resident association; and makes technical changes. HB0401 Residential Facilities for Elderly Persons Daw, B. This bill would have allowed cities to Failed Support determine, through land use law, how to regulate and allow residential facilities for the elderly. HB148 Sales and Use Tax Changes Harper, W. This is the single state-rate sales tax bill, Failed Oppose which would have required a uniform, statewide sales tax, functionally eliminating many of the local option taxes HB244 Provisonal Ballot Amendments for Unregistered Voters Chavez-Houck, R. This bill amends the definition of "legally Failed No Position entitled to vote" to include a voter who is eligible to be registered to vote in the state; requires a county clerk to count a provisional ballot of a person who is not registered to vote but who is eligible to register to vote in this state. HB307 General County Power Amendments Hughes, G. This bill prohibits a county or a governmental Passed Neutral instrumentality of a county from performing an action, providing a service, exercising a power, or performing a function in another county or a municipality within the other county without first entering into an agreement with the other county HB308 State Fire Code Adoption Kiser, T. This bill adopts the state fire code, Passed Support grandfathers existing municipal ordinances that are adopted by July 2010 that require fire sprinkling for residential structures, and then outlines when fire sprinkling for residential structures can be required by a city or town for all prospective municipal ordinances governing this issue. HB353 Nonlapsing Dedicated Credit Amendments This bill makes modifications to the Passed Neutral as Budgetary Procedures Act and eliminates Amended certain nonlapsing dedicated credits. HB93 Motocycle and Off-Highway Vehicle Amendments Menlove, R. This bill requires a court that is levying a fine Passed No Position for a moving violation to wave $8 of the fine if the person is wearing a helmet SB0015 Utah Scenic Byway Amendments Stowell, D. This bill defines a corridor management plan Passed Support and requires the legislature to approve the management plan that will be submitted for national designation as a scenic byway. SB0018 Election Modifications Knudson, P. Makes several technical amendments to the Passed Support election code such as, amending the deadline for filing certain declarations of candidacy, nomination petitions, and certificate of nomination from 5 p.m. to the close of normal office hours. It defines "date of the election. It requires the consent of the Senate for the governor to fill a vacancy in the office of lieutenant governor and amends the voter registration form to clarify that only a Utah Driver License or Utah Identification Card Number may be used on the form. It allows a county clerk to transfer voter registration forms that have been superceded to the Division of Archives and Records Service and allows a voter to present a valid voter identification to either the county clerk or to an election officer who is administering the election, if the voter presented unsatisfactory voter identification to a poll worker when voting. It also amends the provisions for being "legally entitled to vote" by amending the time period from "five business days" to the close of normal office hours on Monday for a voter to present valid voter identification to the county clerk after the election if the voter presented unsatisfactory voter identification to a poll SB0030 Local Option Sales and Use Taxes for Transportation Act Niederhauser, W. This bill is the recodification bill for all of the Passed Support local option transportation taxes. It requires no major changes, but does require all newly implemented local options to be voter approved. SB0034 Municipal Disincorporation Amendments Christensen, A. This bill would have allowed the district court Failed No Position to immediately order an election for disincorporation under certain circumstances, without the now required 2 year waiting period, after the initial incorporation. SB0037 Impact Fee Revisions Niederhauser, W. This bill amends the notice requirements for Passed Support impact fees, defines "encumber" for the purposes of clarifying when cities/towns encumber impact fees and requires the refund of overpayed impact fees in certain circumstances SB0042 Retirement Eligibility Modifications Liljenquist, D. This bill would have modified the required Failed Oppose number of years of service to receive a full retirement benefit. SB0043S03 Post-retirement Employment Amendments Liljenquist, D. This bill modifies the "double dipping" Passed Support provision to require any new retiree who comes back to work for a participating entity to be reactivated in the retirement system and suspend the retirement benefit. It also makes other changes for existing retired/reemployed individuals. SB0045S01 Utah Fit Premises Act Amendments Niederhauser, W. This bill modifies landlords' and renters' Passed Oppose/Seek duties in regard to living conditions, notice Amendments provisions, etc. Precludes cities from adopting ordinances that are inconsistent with the new chapter. SB0053 Voter Challenge Revisions Knudson, P. This bill provided the grounds upon which a Passed Support with person's right to vote in an election may be Amendments challenged during or before an election. It required that written challenges to a person's right to vote in an election be filed in advance of the election and provides procedures for filing and resolving the challenges before the date of the election. It also required the election officer to notify each person whose right to vote in the election has been challenged in writing and permits the person who has been challenged to provide information in response to the challenge. The bill provided that an election officer's determination regarding a challenge to a person's right to vote is subject to judicial appeal and required all documents filed in relation to a written challenge to be public records. SB0063S03 New Public Employees' Tier II Contributory Retirement Act Liljenquist, D. This is the retirement bill that makes major Passed Support/Seek changes to the "new" employee retirement Amendments system. SB0072 Enhanced 911 for Multi-line Telephone Systems Greiner, J. This bill requires certain multi-line telephone Failed Support systems to provide various location-related information for 911 calls made from telephones within the system. It addresses requirements for updating location-related information when a multi-line telephone system's database changes. It also addresses the effect of industry standards on compliance with E-911 requirements and provides for multi-line telephone systems to train users on dialing instructions for 911, including where a prefix is required. It provides for training and other standards to be created by the Utah 911 Committee and addresses liability for multi-line telephone system operators. The bill provides for certain exemptions from E-911 requirements, allows the Utah 911 Committee to grant a waiver from E-911 requirements, and makes technical changes. SB0081S02 Eminent Domain Amendments Hillyard, L. This bill creates a time line for a defendant Passed Neutral with or a plaintiff to file a settlement offer; sets Substitute requirements for a settlement offer; authorizes the court to, under certain circumstances, award litigation expenses SB0089S01 Legal Notice Amendments Urquhart, S. This bill clarifies that compliance with the Passed Support new requirements of the legal noticing provisions, which allow for online noticing, does not exempt the entity from complying with the open and public meetings act. SB0099S02 Water Companies and Water Right Change Requests Valentine, J. This bill addresses the filing of a change Failed Support application, including by a shareholder in a water company; provides restrictions on a water company's denial of a shareholder's change request; allows a water company to require a shareholder to pay certain water company costs in connection with the shareholder's change request; prohibits a water company from requiring a shareholder, as part of the share assessment process, to pay a proportionate share of the costs of an action concerning the shareholder's change request. SB0112 Termination of a Billboard and Associated Rights Knudson, P. This bill would have precluded a city from Failed Oppose Amendments limiting a landuse application to a single use where a billboard is being considered supplemental use SB0119S02 Special Elections Modifications Stephenson, H. This bill prohibits a local political subdivision Passed Neutral as from holding a local special election for a Substituted bond, levy, leeway, or sales tax issue without at least two-thirds of all members of the local legislative body calling the local special election SB0122 Eminent Domain Revisions Adams, J. S. This bill authorizes an entity to exercise Passed Support eminent domain for: a byroad leading from a highway to an existing or proposed residence, development, or farm SB0124 Military Installation Development Authority Modifications Stevenson, J. This bill makes several modifications to the Passed Support MIDA authority regarding board membership, municipal approval requirements on new project areas, and tax authority of Military Installation Development Authority SB0126 Subdivision Amendments Adams, J. S. This bill amends provisions relating to Passed Support vacating, altering, or amending a subdivision plat SB0137 Coordination of Removing, Relocating, or Altering Utilities This bill provides for notification and Passed Neutral as cooperation concerning utility facilities Amended located in the area of a proposed construction or reconstruction project on a public highway; provides a method for a public agency to identify a utility company with a utility facility in the area of a proposed construction or reconstruction project on a public highway. SB0156 Antitrust Act Amendments Urquhart, S. This bill clarifies the exemption from anti- Passed Support trust litigation for local governments SB0161S01 Real Property Transfer Fee Amendments Madsen, M. This bill declares certain covenants, Passed Neutral with restrictions, agreements, and other Substitute instruments and documents that obligate a future buyer or seller to make a payment upon the transfer of real property to be void and unenforceable; provides for reinvestment fee covenants by common interest associations; requires a notice to be filed for a prior transfer fee covenant and for reinvestment fee covenants; andprovides limits on the enforcement of a reinvestment fee covenantd SB0172S02 Local District Taxing Authority Amendments Bramble, C. This bill prohibits local districts that do not Passed Neutral with have elected boards from levying and Substitute collecting a property tax in certain circumstances; prohibits, with certain exceptions, a metropolitan water district board of trustees from collecting a property tax; amends provisions relating to a water conservancy district board of trustees; prohibits, with certain exceptions, a water conservancy district board of trustees from collecting a property tax SB0175 School District Capital Outlay Equalization Amendments McAdams, B. This bill allows local school boards to use Passed No Position revenue collected from certain capital property tax levies for certain general fund purposes for fiscal years 2010-11 and 2011- 12; requires a local school board to notify taxpayers of certain uses of property tax revenue; sunsets certain capital outlay levy equalization programs at the end of 2016 SB0176 Utility Revisions Jenkins, S. This bill would have precluded a city from Failed Oppose running a utility for the purpose of selling power outside of its municipal boundaries SB0194 Assessment Area Act Amendments Niederhauser, W. This bill allows for the creation of a voluntary Failed Support assessment area for energy efficiency upgrades SB0196S02 Community Development and Renewal Amendments Davis, G. This bill requires that tax increment funds Failed Oppose allocated for housing under an economic development project area budget be paid: within the first five taxable years in which the agency receives tax increment under a project area budget; and each taxable year succeeding the first year that the agency begins payment; requires that an economic development agency, in certain circumstances, include a housing allocation in a proposed project area budget SB0197 Community Development and Renewal Agency Amendments Bramble, C. This bill amends a public entity's authority to Passed Support assist with a project; amends notice requirements; amends provisions relating to the payment of tax increment; authorizes, in certain circumstances, an agency to loan tax increment from one project area fund to another project area fund; amends provisions related to funds allocated for housing; SB0199S01 Government Boundary Modifications Okerlund, R. Allows for minor modifications to be made to Passed Support boundaries for State GIS and Tax Purposes SB0215 Transportation Revisions Niederhauser, W. This bill allowed Salt Lake County to bond for Passed Support road improvements in Salt Lake County. The bill utilized the SL County 1/4 of th 1/4 sales tax to underwrite a $76 Million bond for the projects. SB0217 Increase in Surcharge on Fines Jenkins, S. This bill increases the surcharges on fines Passed Support and penalties to provide funds for increased law enforcement presence in areas with halfway houses. SB0240 Retirement Participation Amendments Liljenquist, D. This bill modifies the Utah State Retirement Passed Support and Insurance Benefit Act to allow certain employers and employees to be excluded from participation in the Public Employees' Non-Contributory Retirement System. SB0244 Annexation Amendments Bramble, C. This bill would modify the annexation Failed No Position provisions to allow for an annexation of a resort area if the resort area is contiguous to the annexing city. The bill then modified the definition of what constitutes "contiguous" for this section to allow an annexation of a resort area if seperated from the annexing city by federal land it would still be considered "contiguous". SB227 Interlocal Energy Amendments Bramble, C. This bill addresses the provision of retail Passed Neutral as electric service by an energy services Substituted interlocal entity; allows certain energy services interlocal entities to provide service outside their municipal members' boundaries under certain circumstances; and addresses the Public Service Commission's role in the provision of certain service by an energy services interlocal entity SB272 Amendments to Transportation Provisions Stevenson, J. This bill provides that a public transit district Passed Support may establish, finance, participate as a limited partner or member in a development with limited liabilities, construct, improve, maintain, or operate a transit-oriented development or transit-supportive development; and assist in a transit-oriented development or transit-supportive development in connection with the economic development of areas in proximity to a right-of-way, rail line, station, platform, switchyard, terminal, or parking lot.
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