PUBLIC HEARING: HB 2999 A

 

WORK SESSION: HB 2298 A, HB 2380

 

TAPES 121, A

 

SENATE REVENUE COMMITTEE

May 13, 2003   1:00 PM   STATE CAPITOL BUILDING

 

Members Present:                        Senator Ryan Deckert, Chair

                                                Senator Ted Ferrioli, Vice Chair

                                                Senator Tony Corcoran

                                                Senator Charlie Ringo

                                                Senator Bruce Starr

 

Members Excused:                      Senator Lenn Hannon

 

Witnesses Present:                        Senator Margaret Carter, District 22

                                                Paul Romain, Oregon Petroleum Marketers Association

                                                Cliff Olson, Mark Nelson Oil Products                      

 

Staff Present:                            Paul Warner, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Richard Yates, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Mazen Malik, Legislative Revenue Office

                                                Tara Lantz, Committee Assistant

 

TAPE 121, SIDE A

 

004

Chair Deckert

Calls meeting to order at 1:11 pm.

 

OPENS WORK SESSION ON HB 2380

 

016

Sen. Carter

Testifies in support of HB 2380 because it is a needed mechanism to encourage affordable housing within the inner city core. Refer to written testimony (Exhibit 1).

 

 

 

050

Sen. Starr

MOTION: MOVES HB 2380 TO THE SENATE FLOOR WITH A DO PASS RECOMMENDATION.

 

 

 

055

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: HEARING NO OBJECTION, MOTION PASSES: 4-0-2. SENATORS EXCUSED: HANNON, FERRIOLI.

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

 

OPENS WORK SESSION ON HB 2298 A

 

075

Sen. Starr

MOTION: MOVES HB 2298 TO THE SENATE FLOOR WITH A DO PASS RECOMMENDATION.

 

 

 

085

Mazen Malik

Explains HB 2298, which modifies requirements business firms need to meet in order to qualify for small city business development income tax exemption (Exhibit 4).

 

 

 

098

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: ROLL CALL VOTE: MOTION PASSES: 4-1-1.

SENATORS ANSWERING AYE: RINGO, STARR, FERRIOLI, DECKERT. SENATORS ANSWERING NO: CORCORAN.

SENATORS EXCUSED: HANNON.

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

 

OPENS PUBLIC HEARING ON HB 2999 A

 

105

Richard Yates

Explains HB 2999, which allows motor vehicle fuel dealers to receive, upon application, a refund of fuel tax paid under certain conditions, if the dealer has received less than full consideration for the fuel from the purchaser (Exhibit 6). Discusses revenue impact (Exhibit 7). 

 

 

 

135

Paul Romain

Testifies in support of HB 2999 because it would enable fuel dealers to collect a refund on taxes paid on accounts of purchasers declared uncollectible.

 

 

 

164

Sen. Deckert

States that it is refreshing to see the partnership with the Department of Transportation.

 

 

 

166

Romain

Responds that it has been a pleasure to work with them to come up with solutions.

 

CLOSES PUBLIC HEARING ON HB 2999 A

 

OPENS WORK SESSION ON HB 2999 A

 

180

Sen. Ferrioli

MOTION: MOVES HB 2999 TO THE SENATE FLOOR WITH A DO PASS RECOMMENDATION.

 

 

 

186

Sen. Deckert

ORDER: HEARING NO OBJECTION: MOTION PASSES: 4-0-2. SENATORS EXCUSED: HANNON, RINGO.

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

 

CLOSES WORKS SESSION ON HB 2999 A

 

191

Sen. Deckert

Adjourns meeting at 1:25 pm.

 

 

 

Tape Log Submitted by,

 

 

 

Tara Lantz, Committee Assistant

 

Exhibit Summary:

  1. HB 2380, Sen. Carter, Written Testimony, 2pp.
  2. HB 2380, Mazen Malik, Staff Measure Summary, 1p.
  3. HB 2380, Mazen Malik, Revenue Impact Statement, 1p.
  4. HB 2298, Mazen Malik, Staff Measure Summary, 1p.
  5. HB 2298, Mazen Malik Oregon Economic and Community Development, 2pp.
  6. HB 2999, Richard Yates, Staff Measure Summary, 1p.
  7. HB 2999, Richard Yates, Revenue Impact Statement, 1p.
  8. Informational, Sen. Ferrioli, Revenue Options, 3pp.