Amendments for SB22-193

Senate Journal, April 6
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that SB22-193 be amended
as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee on Appropriations with
favorable recommendation.
Amend printed bill, page 8, strike line 4 and substitute "FACILITIES AND DIRECT
AIR CAPTURE PROJECTS;".

Page 15, line 8, after "BICYCLES" insert "AND EQUIPMENT".

Page 15, line 17, after "BICYCLE" insert "AND EQUIPMENT".

Page 15, line 18, strike "IS" and substitute "ARE".

Page 15, line 20, strike "COSTS" and substitute "COST".

Page 16, line 2, after "BICYCLE" insert "AND EQUIPMENT".

Page 17, strike lines 9 through 11 and substitute:

"(2) THE MONEY IN THE FUND IS CONTINUOUSLY APPROPRIATED TO THE
OFFICE FOR THE PURPOSES SET FORTH IN THIS PART 4. THE STATE TREASURER
SHALL".

Page 26, line 26, strike "PURCHASE" and substitute "PROCURE".

Page 28, line 15, strike "SCHOOL DISTRICT OR CHARTER SCHOOL" and substitute
"SCHOOL DISTRICT, CHARTER SCHOOL, OR NONPROFIT PARTNER ACTING ON
BEHALF OF A SCHOOL DISTRICT OR CHARTER SCHOOL".

Page 28, line 17, strike "PURCHASE" and substitute "PROCUREMENT".

Page 28, line 25, strike "PURCHASES," and substitute "PROCUREMENTS,".

Page 29, line 1, strike "PURCHASES," and substitute "PROCUREMENTS,".

Page 29, line 7, strike "SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND CHARTER SCHOOLS" and
substitute "SCHOOL DISTRICTS, CHARTER SCHOOLS, AND NONPROFIT PARTNERS
ACTING ON BEHALF OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS OR CHARTER SCHOOLS".

Page 34, strike lines 2 through 4 and substitute "ARTICLE 7, the commission
shall grant MUST ACT UPON such request. and IF GRANTED, THE COMMISSION
SHALL set a time and place therefor FOR THE HEARING not more than ninety
calendar days following THE FIRST REGULARLY SCHEDULED COMMISSION
MEETING AFTER receipt of such THE HEARING".


Trans-
portation &
Energy


Senate Journal, April 12
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that SB22-193 be amended
as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee of the Whole with favorable
recommendation.
Amend printed bill, page 20, line 3, strike "24-7-1407." and substitute
"25-7-1407.".

Page 24, line 11, strike "24-7-1407." and substitute "25-7-1407.".

Page 39, strike lines 13 through 27 and substitute:

"SECTION 10. Appropriation. (1) For the 2022-23 state fiscal
year,$750,000 is appropriated to the department of personnel for use by the
division of human resources. This appropriation is from the general fund. To
implement this act, the division may use this appropriation for operating
expenses related to employee benefits services.
(2) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $7,000,000 is appropriated to the
department of public health and environment for use by the air pollution control
division. This appropriation is from the general fund. Any money appropriated
in this subsection (2) that is not expended before July 1, 2023, is further
appropriated to the department for the 2023-24 and 2024-25 state fiscal years
for the same purpose To implement this act, the division may use this
appropriation as follows:
(a) $6,909,275 for personal services related to administration, which
amount is based on an assumption that the division will require an additional
1.5 FTE; and
(b) $90,725 for the purchase of information technology services.
(3) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $90,725 is appropriated to the
office of the governor for use by the office of information technology. This
appropriation is from reappropriated funds received from the department of
public health and environment under subsection (2)(b) of this section. To
implement this act, the office may use this appropriation to provide information
technology services for the department of public health and environment.
(4) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $15,000,000 is appropriated to the
department of public health and environment for use by the air pollution control
division. This appropriation is from the diesel truck emissions reduction grant
program cash fund created in section 25-7-1407 (1)(a), C.R.S. To implement
this act, the department may use this appropriation as follows:
(a) $986,013 for use by the division for personal services related to
mobile sources, which amount is based on an assumption that the division will
require an additional 5.0 FTE; and
(b) $14,013,987 for use by the division for operating expenses related
to mobile sources.
(5) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $65,000,000 is appropriated to the
department of public health and environment for use by the air pollution control
division. This appropriation is from the electrifying school buses grant program
cash fund created in section 25-7-1505 (1)(a), C.R.S. To implement this act, the
department may use this appropriation as follows:
(a) $986,013 for use by the division for personal services related to
mobile sources, which amount is based on an assumption that the division will
require an additional 5.0 FTE; and
(b) $64,013,987 for use by the division for operating expenses related
to mobile sources.".

Page 40, strike lines 1 through 26.


Appro-
priations


House Journal, April 22
38 SB22-193 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
39 the Committee on Appropriations with favorable
40 recommendation:
41
42 Amend reengrossed bill, page 4, line 2, after "24-38.5-113" insert "and
43 24-38.5-114".
44
45 Page 8, line 4, strike "HYDROGEN;" and substitute "HYDROGEN. IF CLEAN
46 HYDROGEN PROJECTS ARE PROPOSED TO RECEIVE GRANT MONEY, THE
47 OFFICE SHALL PRIORITIZE GRANT APPLICATIONS FOR CLEAN HYDROGEN
48 PROJECTS THAT UTILIZE GREEN HYDROGEN THROUGH ELECTROLYSIS
49 POWERED ENTIRELY BY RENEWABLE ELECTRIC RESOURCES OVER GRANT
50 APPLICATIONS FOR CLEAN HYDROGEN PROJECTS THAT UTILIZE ANY OTHER
51 CLEAN HYDROGEN PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY, WHICH OTHER CLEAN
52 HYDROGEN PROJECTS, IF AWARDED GRANT MONEY, MUST COMPLY WITH
53 SECTION 42 U.S.C. SEC. 16152 (1).".
54
55 Page 9, line 5, strike "A PORTION" and substitute "UP TO NINE PERCENT".
1 Page 10, after line 26 insert:
2
3 "24-38.5-114. Cannabis resource optimization cash fund -
4 creation - gifts, grants, or donations. (1) THE CANNABIS RESOURCE
5 OPTIMIZATION CASH FUND, REFERRED TO IN THIS SECTION AS THE "FUND",
6 IS CREATED IN THE STATE TREASURY. THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE
7 SHALL ADMINISTER THE FUND FOR THE PURPOSES OF PROVIDING
8 ASSESSMENTS FINANCING, GRANTS, CREDIT ENHANCEMENT OFFERINGS,
9 AND DIRECT INCENTIVES TO PRODUCERS TO REDUCE ENERGY AND WATER
10 USE, PROMOTE RENEWABLE ENERGY, AND ENCOURAGE SUSTAINABLE
11 PRACTICES IN CANNABIS OPERATIONS. THE FUND CONSISTS OF ANY
12 MONEY THAT THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY MAY TRANSFER OR APPROPRIATE
13 TO THE FUND AND ANY GIFTS, GRANTS, OR DONATIONS RECEIVED
14 PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (3) OF THIS SECTION.
15 (2) THE MONEY IN THE FUND IS CONTINUOUSLY APPROPRIATED TO
16 THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE FOR THE PURPOSES SET FORTH IN
17 SUBSECTION (1) OF THIS SECTION. THE STATE TREASURER SHALL CREDIT
18 ALL INTEREST AND INCOME DERIVED FROM THE DEPOSIT AND INVESTMENT
19 OF MONEY IN THE FUND TO THE FUND.
20 (3) THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE MAY SEEK, ACCEPT, AND
21 EXPEND GIFTS, GRANTS, OR DONATIONS FROM PRIVATE OR PUBLIC
22 SOURCES.".
23
24 Page 12, line 14, after the period add ""ELECTRIC BICYCLE" INCLUDES AN
25 ELECTRIC ADAPTIVE BICYCLE.".
26
27 Page 15, line 8, strike "A PORTION" and substitute "UP TO NINE PERCENT".
28
29 Page 16, line 19, strike "A PORTION" and substitute "UP TO NINE
30 PERCENT".
31
32 Page 18, line 11, strike "parts 14 and 15" and substitute "part 14".
33
34 Page 18, strike lines 13 through 27.
35
36 Strike pages 19 through 25 and substitute:
37
38 "PART 14".
39
40 Page 26, line 3, strike "25-7-1501." and substitute "25-7-1401.".
41
42 Page 27, strike line 19 and substitute:
43
44 "25-7-1402. Definitions. AS USED IN THIS PART 14, UNLESS THE".
45
1405 46 Page 28, line 8 strike "25-7-1505 (1)(a)." and substitute "25-7-
47 (1)(a).".
48
49 Page 28, line 10, strike "25-7-1503." and substitute "25-7-1403.".
50
51 Page 28, line 26, strike "25-7-1503." and substitute "25-7-1403.".
52
53
1 Page 29, line 20, after the period add "THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
2 MAY PROVIDE UP TO ONE-HALF OF ONE FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT
3 EMPLOYEE TO ASSIST WITH THE GRANT PROGRAM BY PROVIDING
4 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND CHARTER SCHOOLS
5 WITH RESPECT TO APPLYING FOR GRANT MONEY AND IMPLEMENTING
6 PROJECTS AWARDED GRANT MONEY.".
7
8 Page 30, line 26, strike "A PORTION" and substitute "UP TO EIGHT
9 PERCENT".
10
11 Page 31, line 2, strike "25-7-1504." and substitute "25-7-1404.".
12
13 Page 31, strike lines 14 and 15 and substitute "25-7-1406.
14 25-7-1405. Electrifying school buses grant program cash
15 fund".
16
17 Page 32, strike lines 5 and 6 and substitute:
18
19 "(2) THE MONEY IN THE FUND IS CONTINUOUSLY APPROPRIATED
20 TO THE DEPARTMENT, AND THE DEPARTMENT MAY EXPEND MONEY IN THE
21 FUND FOR THE".
22
23 Page 32, strike line 17 and substitute:
24
25 "25-7-1406. Repeal of part. THIS PART 14 IS REPEALED,
26 EFFECTIVE".
27
28 Page 33, strike line 11 and substitute "(1)(m), (4)(a), and (4)(e)
29 introductory portion; and add (3)(c)(VIII) as follows:".
30
31 Page 33, line 18, after "enterprise" insert "UNDER SUBSECTION (4) OF THIS
32 SECTION".
33
34 Page 33, strike line 24 and substitute:
35
36 "(3) Enterprise. (c) In addition to any other powers and duties
37 specified in this section, the enterprise's powers and duties are to:
38 (VIII) RECEIVE PAYMENTS TO FINANCE SPECIFIC PROJECTS,
39 INCLUDING COMMUNITY-BASED MONITORING OR EMISSION MITIGATION
40 PROJECTS IN THE STATE OR IN A SPECIFIED AREA OF THE STATE, AS
41 DIRECTED BY THIS ARTICLE 7 OR ANY PROGRAM THAT THE COMMISSION
42 ESTABLISHES BY RULE PURSUANT TO THIS ARTICLE 7.
43 (4) Fund - enterprise fees and other revenue. (a) There is
44 hereby created in the state treasury the air quality enterprise cash fund.
45 The fund consists of money credited to the fund pursuant to this
46 subsection (4), PAYMENTS FOR OTHER PURPOSES AS AUTHORIZED UNDER
47 SUBSECTION (3)(c)(VIII) OF THIS SECTION, and any other money that the
48 general assembly may appropriate or transfer to the fund. The state
49 treasurer shall credit all interest and income derived from the deposit and
50 investment of money in the fund to the fund.
51 (e) Before establishing fees, the board shall".
52
53 Page 38, line 20, strike the second "NOT".
54
55 Page 40, strike lines 26 and 27.
1 Page 41, strike lines 1 through 10 and substitute:
2
3 "(4) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $65,000,000 is
4 appropriated".
5
1405 6 Page 41, line 13, strike "25-7-1505 (1)(a)," and substitute "25-7-
7 (1)(a),".
8
9 Strike "PART 15" and substitute "PART 14" on: Page 30, lines 22 and 24;
10 Page 31, lines 19 and 24; and Page 32, line 7.
11
12

House Journal, May 5
43 Amendment No. 1, Appropriations Report, dated May 4, 2022, and placed
44 in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, May 4, 2022.
45
46 Amendment No. 2, Energy & Environment Report, dated April 21, 2022,
47 and placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal,
48 April 22, 2022.
49
50 Amendment No. 3, by Representative A. Valdez.
51
52 Amend reengrossed bill, page 34, after line 13 insert:
53
54 "SECTION 7. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 25-7-114.5, amend
55 (7)(b) and (16) as follows:
1 25-7-114.5. Application review - public participation.
2 (7) (b) Failure of the division or commission, as the case may be, to grant
3 or deny the permit application or permit renewal application within the
4 time prescribed shall be treated as a final permit action for purposes of
5 obtaining judicial review in the district court in which the source is
6 located, to require that action be taken on such application by the
7 commission or division, as appropriate, without additional delay.
8 NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER PROVISION TO THE CONTRARY, JUDICIAL
9 REVIEW OF THE DIVISION'S FAILURE TO GRANT OR DENY A RENEWABLE
10 OPERATING PERMIT REQUIRED BY TITLE V OF THE FEDERAL ACT IS
11 AVAILABLE UNTIL THE DIVISION GRANTS OR DENIES THE PERMIT.
12 (16) (a) If the division experiences a backlog in processing air
13 quality permit applications caused by an occasional need that is seasonal,
14 irregular, or fluctuating in nature, and the department determines or
15 reasonably expects that, as a result, permits would not be issued within
16 statutory time frames, the division shall make available to sources that are
17 not subject to permitting under part C of the federal act the option to have
18 the PERMIT APPLICATION, THE air quality modeling, OR BOTH that is
19 submitted with the applicant's air permit application reviewed for
20 acceptance as demonstrating compliance by a contract consultant selected
21 by the division in lieu of the review being conducted by division staff.
22 THE DIVISION MAY ALSO ENTER INTO CONTRACTS TO SUPPORT THE
23 DIVISION'S AIR QUALITY PERMIT PROGRAMS, INCLUDING THE DIVISION'S
24 GENERAL PERMIT PROGRAM, AND MODELING TO SUPPORT THE AIR QUALITY
25 PERMIT PROGRAMS.
26 (b) The division shall select and contract with QUALIFIED
27 nongovernmental air quality CONSULTANTS, modeling engineers EXPERTS,
28 OR BOTH to perform PERMIT APPLICATION REVIEWS, air quality modeling
29 reviews, of applicants who choose contract consultant review of their air
30 quality permit modeling OR OTHER WORK TO SUPPORT THE DIVISION'S AIR
31 QUALITY PERMIT PROGRAMS. The division is not subject to the
32 requirements of the "Procurement Code", articles 101 to 112 of title 24,
33 C.R.S., in selecting and contracting with the consultants, MODELING
34 EXPERTS, OR BOTH. The division shall review and exclude from
35 consideration as a contract air quality modeling consultant any contractors
36 with a conflict of interest regarding air quality permit applications OR
37 MODELING. Applicants that choose consultant review of their air quality
38 PERMIT APPLICATIONS OR modeling are responsible for both the
39 consultant's costs associated with the air modeling review as well as the
40 division's costs associated with the review and determination of the air
41 permit application, to be paid to the division. The division shall transfer
42 the money to the state treasurer, who shall credit it to the stationary
43 sources control fund created in section 25-7-114.7 (2)(b)(I).
44 (c) The division shall use the results of the modeling conducted
45 pursuant to paragraph (b) of this subsection (16) SUBSECTION (16)(a) OR
46 (16)(b) OF THIS SECTION for purposes of the division's permit PROGRAM
47 AND application analysis.".
48
49 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
50
51 As amended, ordered revised and placed on the Calendar for Third
52 Reading and Final Passage.
53
54

House Journal, May 5
7 Amend reengrossed bill, page 34, after line 2 insert:
8
9 "SECTION 6. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 25-7-111, amend (2)
10 introductory portion and (2)(b) as follows:
11 25-7-111. Administration of air quality control programs -
12 directive - prescribed fire - review. (2) In addition to authority
13 specified elsewhere in this article ARTICLE 7, the division has the power
14 to:
15 (b) Collect data, by means of field studies and air monitoring
16 conducted by the division or by individual stationary sources or individual
17 indirect air pollution sources, and determine the nature and quality of
18 existing ambient air throughout the state. THE COMMISSION MAY ONLY
19 CONDUCT AERIAL MONITORING PURSUANT TO THIS ARTICLE 7 IF A JUDGE
20 OF A COURT OF COMPETENT JURISDICTION ISSUES A SEARCH WARRANT
21 AUTHORIZING THE AERIAL MONITORING OR IF THE AERIAL MONITORING
22 COVERS ONLY AN AREA THAT IS WITHIN A PUBLIC RIGHT-OF-WAY AND
23 DOES NOT INCLUDE AIRSPACE THAT IS MORE THAN FIFTY FEET ABOVE THE
24 GROUND.".
25
26 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
27
28 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
29
30 YES 22 NO 40 EXCUSED 3 ABSENT
31 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
32 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
33 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper E
34 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
35 Bernett N Gray E McLachlan N Tipper N
36 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
37 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
38 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
39 Bradfield N Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
40 Caraveo N Jodeh N Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
41 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
42 Catlin Y Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
43 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams E
44 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
45 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
46 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
47 Speaker N

House Journal, May 5
55 Amend reengrossed bill, page 34, after line 2 insert:
1 "SECTION 6. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 25-7-105, add (21)
2 as follows:
3 25-7-105. Duties of commission - rules - legislative declaration
4 - definitions. (21) IN ANALYZING DATA REGARDING NATIONAL OZONE
5 AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STANDARDS, THE DIVISION, USING ANY AVAILABLE
6 LOCALIZED AIR MONITORING DATA, SHALL TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE
7 LOCATION AND HISTORICAL DIFFERENTIAL OF ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION ON
8 A COUNTY-BY-COUNTY BASIS. THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND
9 ENVIRONMENT, IN CONDUCTING AN ANALYSIS REGARDING OZONE AMBIENT
10 AIR QUALITY STANDARDS, SHALL INCLUDE IN THE ANALYSIS THE
11 COUNTY-SPECIFIC DATA DEVELOPED BY THE DIVISION.".
12
13 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
14
15 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
16
17 YES 24 NO 39 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
18 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
19 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
20 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
21 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
22 Bernett N Gray E McLachlan N Tipper N
23 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
24 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
25 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
26 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
27 Caraveo N Jodeh N Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
28 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
29 Catlin Y Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
30 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams E
31 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
32 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
33 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
34 Speaker N

House Journal, May 5
42 Amend reengrossed bill, page 34, after line 13 insert:
43
44 "SECTION 7. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 25-7-117, add (3) as
45 follows:
46 25-7-117. State implementation plan - revisions of limited
47 applicability - effect of emissions from outside of the state. (3) IN
48 PREPARING REVISIONS TO THE STATE IMPLEMENTATION PLAN, THE
49 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT SHALL SEEK A
50 WAIVER FROM THE UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
51 TO DEMONSTRATE THAT, FOR AREAS OF THE STATE CLASSIFIED AS
52 NONATTAINMENT AREAS, THE AREAS WOULD BE ABLE TO ATTAIN
53 COMPLIANCE WITH THE NONSEVERE NATIONAL OZONE AMBIENT AIR
54 QUALITY STANDARDS BUT FOR:
55
1 (a) EMISSIONS SUBJECT TO A WAIVER UNDER SECTION 179B OF THE
2 FEDERAL ACT; AND
3 (b) THE AIR QUALITY EFFECTS OF EXCEPTIONAL EVENTS, AS
4 DETERMINED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR IN ACCORDANCE WITH 40 CFR
5 50.14, FROM WILDFIRES ARISING IN NEIGHBORING STATES.".
6
7 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
8
9 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
10
11 YES 32 NO 31 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
12 Amabile N Exum Y Lynch Y Sirota N
13 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder Y
14 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
15 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
16 Bernett N Gray E McLachlan Y Tipper N
17 Bird Y Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
18 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
19 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
20 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
21 Caraveo N Jodeh N Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
22 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
23 Catlin Y Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
24 Cutter Y Larson Y Rich Y Williams E
25 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
26 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
27 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young Y
28 Speaker N

House Journal, May 5
36 Amend reengrossed bill, page 40, strike lines 8 through 17 and substitute:
37
38 "(2) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $2,392,656 is appropriated
39 to the department of public health and environment for use by the air
40 pollution control division. This appropriation is from the general fund.
41 Any money appropriated in this subsection (2) that is not expended before
42 July 1, 2023, reverts to the general fund. To implement this act, the
43 division may use this appropriation as follows:
44 (a) $2,301,931 for personal services related to administration,
45 which amount is based on an assumption that the division will require an
46 additional 1.5 FTE; and".
47
48 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
49
50 YES 30 NO 33 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
51 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
52 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie Y Snyder Y
53 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
54 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
55 Bernett N Gray E McLachlan Y Tipper N
1 Bird Y Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
2 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica Y Valdez A. N
3 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
4 Bradfield Y Hooton Y Ortiz N Van Beber Y
5 Caraveo N Jodeh N Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
6 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
7 Catlin Y Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
8 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams E
9 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
10 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
11 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
12 Speaker N