WORK SESSION: HB 2379 A

 

PUBLIC HEARING AND WORK SESSION: HB 2535

 

TAPES 109, A

 

SENATE REVENUE COMMITTEE

April 29, 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:                        John Blatt, Association of Oregon Community Development Organizations               

Staff Present:                            Paul Warner, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Lizbeth Martin-Mahar, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Mazen Malik, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Richard Yates, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Tara Lantz, Committee Assistant

 

TAPE 109, SIDE A

 

005

Chair Deckert

Calls meeting to order at 1:14pm.

 

RECESSES MEETING

 

RE-OPENS MEETING

 

OPENS PUBLIC HEARING ON HB 2535

 

095

Mazen Malik

Explains HB 2535 which extends the sunset date by 10 years for property tax exemption for low income housing owned by nonprofit corporations. Discusses revenue impact. Exhibit 1.

 

 

 

120

John Blatt

Testifies in support of HB 2535 because it maintains a tax exemption that creates affordable housing. Refer to written testimony. Exhibit 2.

 

OPENS WORK SESSION ON HB 2535

 

130

Sen. Hannon

MOTION: MOVES HB 2535 TO THE SENATE FLOOR WITH A DO PASS RECOMMENDATION.

 

 

 

134

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: HEARING NO OBJECTION, MOTION PASSES.

SENATORS EXCUSED: RINGO, STARR.

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

 

OPENS PUBLIC HEARING ON HB 2379 A

 

145

Malik

Explains HB 2379A and the -5 amendments. Exhibits 4-5. Discusses revenue and fiscal impact. Exhibits 6-7. 

 

CLOSES PUBLIC HEARING ON HB 2379 A

 

OPENS WORK SESSION ON HB 2379 A

 

215

Sen. Hannon

MOTION: MOVES HB 2379 -A5 AMENDMENTS DATED 4/29/03 BE ADOPTED.

 

 

 

220

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: HEARING NO OBJECTION, MOTION PASSES. SENATORS EXCUSED: RINGO, STARR.

 

 

 

222

Sen. Hannon

States that he will move the bill out of committee, but will vote no on the floor because he is against civil penalties.

 

 

 

225

Sen. Hannon

MOTION: MOVES HB 2379 A TO THE SENATE FLOOR WITH A DO PASS AS AMENDED RECOMMENDATION.

 

 

 

233

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: ROLL CALL VOTE: MOTION PASSES: 4-0-2.

SENATORS ANSWERING AYE: CORCORAN, HANNON, FERRIOLI, DECKERT. SENATORS EXCUSED: RINGO, STARR.

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

 

 

 

239

Sen. Deckert

Adjourns meeting at 1:45pm.

 

 

 

 

Tape Log Submitted by,

 

 

 

Tara Lantz, Committee Assistant

 

Exhibit Summary:

1.      HB 2535, Mazen Malik, Revenue Impact Statement, 1p.

2.      HB 2535, John Blatt, Written Testimony, 1p.

3.      HB 2379A, Mazen Malik, Proposed HB 2379-A4 Amendments, 15pp.

4.      HB 2379A, Mazen Malik, Proposed HB 2379-A5 Amendments, 15pp.

5.      HB 2379A, Mazen Malik, Staff Measure Summary, 1p.

6.      HB 2379A, Mazen Malik, Revenue Impact Statement, 1p.

7.      HB 2379A, Mazen Malik, Fiscal Impact Statement, 1p.

8.      HB 2380, Mazen Malik, Revenue Impact Statement, 1p.