Amendments for HB20-1057

House Journal, February 11
19 HB20-1057 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
20 the Committee of the Whole with favorable
21 recommendation:
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23 Amend printed bill, page 2, line 3, strike "(4.5)(d) and (9);" and substitute
24 "(4.5)(d), (6), and (9);".
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26 Page 2, line 3, after "and (9);" insert "repeal (4)(d);" and after "(4.3),"
27 insert "(4.4),".
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29 Page 3, line 1, after "contribution." insert "IN MEASURING AN IN-KIND
30 CONTRIBUTION FOR PURPOSES OF MEETING THE FIFTY PERCENT AND
31 TWENTY-FIVE PERCENT MATCHES REQUIRED BY THIS SUBSECTION (3),
32 "IN-KIND CONTRIBUTION" MAY INCLUDE VOLUNTEER HOURS PROVIDED BY
33 THE STAFF OF AN ENTITY OR ORGANIZATION APPLYING FOR GRANT
34 FUNDING AND THE TIME FOR WHICH STAFF RECEIVES MONETARY
35 COMPENSATION IN THE FORM OF SALARY OR OTHER FINANCIAL BENEFITS.
36 SUCH COMPENSATED TIME THAT COUNTS TOWARDS THE IN-KIND
37 CONTRIBUTION IS LIMITED TO THE ESTIMATED TIME OF PAID STAFF IN
38 PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTING THE MITIGATION PROJECT.".
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40 Page 3, after line 5 insert:
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42 "(4) Eligibility requirements. To be eligible to receive funding
43 under this section, a project must:
44 (d) Include a diverse and balanced group of stakeholders as well
45 as appropriate federal, state, county, and municipal government
46 representatives in the design, implementation, and monitoring of the
47 project;".
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49 Page 3, after line 10 insert:
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51 "(4.4) Additional funding objectives. AS PART OF THE
52 SUBMISSION OF GRANT APPLICATIONS UNDER THIS SECTION, THE FOREST
53 SERVICE ENCOURAGES APPLICANTS TO INCLUDE ON THEIR GRANT
54 APPLICATION INFORMATION THAT INDICATES WHETHER THE PROJECT IS
55 SUPPORTED BY A DIVERSE AND BALANCED GROUP OF STAKEHOLDERS AS
56 WELL AS APPROPRIATE FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY, AND MUNICIPAL
1 GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVES IN THE DESIGN, IMPLEMENTATION, AND
2 MONITORING OF THE PROJECT.".
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4 Page 3, after line 18 insert:
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6 "(6) Proposal selection. After consulting with the technical
7 advisory panel established in subsection (5) of this section, the forest
8 service shall select the proposals that will receive funding through this
9 section. In carrying out approved projects, the project proponents shall,
10 whenever feasible, contract with the Colorado youth corps association or
11 an accredited Colorado youth corps to provide labor. THE GENERAL
12 ASSEMBLY ENCOURAGES THE FOREST SERVICE TO MODIFY ITS
13 ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES UNDER THIS SECTION TO
14 ENABLE FUNDING TO BE PROVIDED TO GRANT RECIPIENTS IN MARCH TO
15 ENABLE WILDFIRE MITIGATION TO COMMENCE BEFORE THE PRIME WILDFIRE
16 SEASON STARTS IN JUNE.".
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House Journal, February 18
6 Amend the engrossed bill, page 3, line 2, before "IN" insert "IN MEETING
7 THE MATCH REQUIREMENTS UNDER THIS SUBSECTION (3), A PROJECT MAY
8 BE FUNDED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, FROM GIFTS, GRANTS, OR DONATIONS
9 RECEIVED FROM ANY ORGANIZATION, ENTITY, OR INDIVIDUAL.".
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11 The amendment was declared passed by the following roll call vote:
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13 YES 64 NO 0 EXCUSED 1 ABSENT
14 Arndt Y Exum Y Larson Y Singer Y
15 Baisley Y Froelich Y Liston Y Sirota Y
16 Benavidez Y Garnett Y Lontine Y Snyder Y
17 Bird Y Geitner Y McCluskie Y Soper Y
18 Bockenfeld E Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean Y Sullivan Y
19 Buck Y Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
20 Buckner Y Herod Y Melton Y Titone Y
21 Buentello Y Holtorf Y Michaelson Jenet Y Valdez A. Y
22 Caraveo Y Hooton Y Mullica Y Valdez D. Y
23 Carver Y Humphrey Y Neville Y Van Winkle Y
24 Catlin Y Jackson Y Pelton Y Weissman Y
25 Champion Y Jaquez Lewis Y Ransom Y Will Y
26 Coleman Y Kennedy Y Rich Y Williams D. Y
27 Cutter Y Kipp Y Roberts Y Wilson Y
28 Duran Y Kraft-Tharp Y Saine Y Woodrow Y
29 Esgar Y Landgraf Y Sandridge Y Young Y
30 Speaker Y
31
32 The question being, "Shall the bill, as amended, pass?".
33 A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a
34 majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative, and the
35 bill, as amended, was declared passed.
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37 YES 63 NO 1 EXCUSED 1 ABSENT
38 Arndt Y Exum Y Larson Y Singer Y
39 Baisley Y Froelich Y Liston Y Sirota Y
40 Benavidez Y Garnett Y Lontine Y Snyder Y
41 Bird Y Geitner Y McCluskie Y Soper Y
42 Bockenfeld E Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean Y Sullivan Y
43 Buck Y Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
44 Buckner Y Herod Y Melton Y Titone Y
45 Buentello Y Holtorf Y Michaelson Jenet Y Valdez A. Y
46 Caraveo Y Hooton Y Mullica Y Valdez D. Y
47 Carver Y Humphrey Y Neville Y Van Winkle Y
48 Catlin Y Jackson Y Pelton Y Weissman Y
49 Champion Y Jaquez Lewis Y Ransom Y Will Y
50 Coleman Y Kennedy Y Rich Y Williams D. Y
51 Cutter Y Kipp Y Roberts Y Wilson Y
52 Duran Y Kraft-Tharp Y Saine Y Woodrow Y
53 Esgar Y Landgraf Y Sandridge N Young Y
54 Speaker Y
55 Co-sponsor(s) added: Representative(s) Buentello, Catlin, Duran, Exum,
1 Geitner, Gray, Jackson, Kennedy, Liston, McLachlan, Michaelson Jenet, Pelton,
2 Singer, Soper, Sullivan, Titone, Valdez A., Valdez D., Wilson, Speaker