WORK SESSION HB 2612

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CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON HB 2612

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May 15, 2001 9:30 A.M. - HEARING ROOM A - STATE CAPITOL BUILDING

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Members Present: Representative Lane Shetterly, Chair

Representative Alan Bates

Representative Janet Carlson

Senator Ted Ferrioli

Senator Charles Starr

Senator Lee Beyer

 

Staff: Paul Warner, Legislative Revenue Officer

Lizbeth Martin-Mahar, Economist, Legislative Revenue Office

Jennifer Wells, Committee Clerk

 

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Chair Shetterly

Calls meeting to order at 9:37 AM

 
OPENED CONFERENCE COMMITTEE ON HB 2612

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Liz Martin-Mahar

Retains sections 1 and 2 of the B-Engrossed Bill. Permits the Board of Property Tax Appeals to hear appeals of real market if the assessment date was July 1, instead of January 1, due to the property being damaged or destroyed. At the request of the Department of Revenue references were added to include all damaged and destroyed property being allowed a change in the assessment date with one exclusion. That exclusion is that if a property owner is convicted of arson then a change in the assessment date and an appeal of the real market value due to damage or destroyed property will not be provided. (Section 3 of the B10 amendment) Deletes sections 3-8 of the B Engrossed Bill: Eliminates the adjustments in maximum assessed value if the property is not damaged and destroyed due to fire or Act-of-God. Creates a temporary stand-alone section 4 (-B10 Amendment) which provides a waiver of the additional taxes on cemetery land. The property owned or being purchased by a charitable institution must be purchased before January 1, 2006. Provides a 10-year sunset on the waiver of the additional tax on cemetery land.

 

 

 

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Chair Shetterly

Does anyone have any comments or questions with the (-B10) Amendments?

 

 

 

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Senator Ferrioli

MOTION: MOVES ADOPTION OF THE (-B10) AMENDMENTS INTO HB 2612.

 

 

 

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Chair Shetterly

ORDER: THERE BEING NO FURTHER DISCUSSION OR OBJECTION (-B10) AMENDMENTS MOVE INTO HB 2612B.

 

 

 

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Chair Shetterly

MOTION: MOVES THAT THE HOUSE CONCUR IN SENATE AMENDMENTS DATED MARCH 30, 2001 TO HB 2612 AND THAT THE BILL BE AMENDED WITH THE B10 AMENDMENTS AND REPASSED.

 

 

 

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VOTE: (6-0-0) SENATORS VOTING AYE: FERRIOLI, STARR, L. BEYER REPRESENTATIVES VOTING AYE: BATES, CARLSON, CHAIR SHETTERLY

 

 

 

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Chair Shetterly

CLARIFIED THE (-B10) AMENDMENTS ARE ADOPTED AND THE BILL IS REPASSED.

 

 

 

 

 

Meeting adjourned at 9:50 AM:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Submitted by, Reviewed by,

 

 

 

Jennifer Wells Kim Taylor James

Committee Clerk Revenue Office Manager

 

Exhibit Summary:

1.      HB 2612 (-B10) Amendments, Proposed Conference Amendments, 5/3/01 (DJ/ps), 2 pages

2.      HB 2612 Informational, Economist, Liz Martin-Mahar, 1 page