WORK SESSION: SB 819, SB 747, SB 230, SB 231

 

TAPES 92, A

 

SENATE REVENUE COMMITTEE

April 14, 2003   1:00 PM   STATE CAPITOL BUILDING

 

Members Present:                        Senator Ryan Deckert, Chair

                                                Senator Ted Ferrioli, Vice Chair

                                                Senator Tony Corcoran

                                                Senator Lenn Hannon

                                                Senator Charlie Ringo

                                                Senator Bruce Starr

 

Witnesses Present:                        Representative Jerry Krummel, District 26

                                                Senator Charles Starr, District 13                    

 

Staff Present:                            Paul Warner, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Mazen Malik, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Steve Meyer, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Tara Lantz, Committee Assistant

 

TAPE 92, SIDE A

 

004

Chair Deckert

Calls meeting to order at 1:09pm.

 

OPENS WORK SESSION ON SB 819

 

013

Steve Meyer

Explains SB 819-1, -2 (Exhibit 1), -3 (Exhibit 5). Discusses changes in revenue impact from -2 amendments (Exhibits 3-4) and -3 amendments (Exhibit 6).

 

 

 

039

Rep. Krummel

Introduces SB 819-4 amendments (Exhibit 7), which creates a grant in the formula for high growth school districts.

 

 

 

060

Sen. Charles Starr

Testifies in support of SB 819-4 amendments because they would benefit Sherwood school district, which has experiences decreased funding and a growing population.

 

Discussion follows.

 

 

 

103

Sen. Ringo

Asks about the amount of the grant.

 

 

 

116

Rep. Krummel

Responds that the Sherwood school district has seen a reduction in funding of $1.8 million since equalization in 1993 taking growth into account and that the $2 million grant would bring them up to par on a per student spending level in other districts.

 

 

 

133

Sen. Ringo

Asks about any unintended affects.

 

 

 

136

Rep. Krummel

Responds that they are not trying preclude other high growth districts.

 

 

 

156

Sen. Deckert

States that he will bring SB 819 back for a work session.

 

CLOSES PUBLIC HEARING ON SB 819

 

OPENS PUBLIC HEARING ON SB 747

 

162

Sen. Ferrioli

States his intention of moving SB 747 to the full ways and means committee with a do pass recommendation where it can be looked at along with a variety of other options for school funding issues.

 

 

 

185

Sen. Hannon

Discusses intent of sending SB 747 to ways and means.

 

Discussion follows.

 

 

 

220

Sen. Deckert

States that he will bring SB 747 back for a work session.

 

CLOSES WORK SESSION ON SB 747

 

OPENS WORK SESSION ON SB 230

 

233

Mazen Malik

Explains SB 230-1 amendments. Exhibit 9. Discusses changes in revenue impact. Exhibit 11.

 

 

 

269

Sen. Hannon

Discusses his original concerns with the bill and how the amendments have solved the problem.

 

 

 

288

Sen. Ringo

Asks what constitutes good and sufficient cause.

 

 

 

293

Sen. Hannon

Responds that good and sufficient cause is in administrative rules and that they wanted to give the department of revenue flexibility to make individual determinations.

 

 

 

309

Sen. Hannon

MOTION: MOVES SB 230-1 AMENDMENTS DATED 4/9/03 BE ADOPTED.

 

 

 

312

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: HEARING NO OBJECTION, MOTION PASSES: 5-0-1. SENATORS EXCUSED: FERRIOLI.

 

 

 

314

Sen. Hannon

MOTION: MOVES SB 230 TO THE SENATE FLOOR WITH A DO PASS AS AMENDED RECOMMENDATION.

 

 

 

319

Sen. Starr

Objects.

 

 

 

322

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: HEARING NO FURTHER OBJECTION, MOTION PASSES: 4-1-1

SENATOR ANSWERING NO: STARR. SENATOR EXCUSED: FERRIOLI.

Sen. Hannon will carry the bill on the Senate Floor. 

 

CLOSES WORK SESSION ON SB 230

 

OPENS WORK SESSION ON SB 231

 

342

Malik

Discusses SB 231-1 and -2 amendments.

 

 

 

361

Sen. Hannon

Explains his initial concern with SB 231 and how it was solved with the amendments.

 

 

 

389

Sen. Hannon

MOTION: MOVES SB 231-2 AMENDMENTS DATED 4/8/03 BE ADOPTED.

 

 

 

392

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: HEARING NO OBJECTION, MOTION PASSES: 6-0-0.

 

 

 

394

Sen Hannon

MOTION: MOVES SB 819 TO THE SENATE FLOOR WITH A DO PASS AS AMENDED RECOMMENDATION.

 

 

 

397

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: HEARING NO OBJECTION, MOTION PASSES: 6-0-0.

Sen. Hannon will carry the bill on the Senate Floor.

 

 

 

403

Sen. Deckert

Adjourns meeting at 1:36pm.

 

 

 

Tape Log Submitted by,

 

 

 

Tara Lantz, Committee Assistant

 

Exhibit Summary:

1.      SB 819, Steve Meyer, Proposed SB 819-2 Amendments, 4pp.

2.      SB 819, Steve Meyer, Staff Measure Summary, 1p.

3.      SB 819, Steve Meyer, Revenue Impact Statement, 1p.

4.      SB 819, Steve Meyer, Local Option Tax Excluded from School Formula Local Revenue, 6pp.

5.      SB 819, Steve Meyer, Proposed SB 819-3 Amendments, 9pp.

6.      SB 819, Steve Meyer, School Finance Distribution Small High School Supplement, 6pp.

7.      SB 819, Rep. Krummel, Proposed SB 819-4 Amendments, 4pp.

8.      SB 747, Steve Meyer, Staff Measure Summary, 1p.

9.      SB 230, Mazen Malik, Proposed SB 230-1 Amendments, 1p.

10.  SB 230, Mazen Malik, Staff Measure Summary, 1p.

11.  SB 230, Mazen Malik, Revenue Impact Statement, 1p.

12.  SB 231, Mazen Malik, Proposed SB 231-1 Amendments, 1p.

13.  SB 231, Mazen Malik, Proposed SB 231-2 Amendments, 1p.

14.  SB 231, Mazen Malik, Staff Measure Summary, 1p.