Amendments for SB22-206

Senate Journal, April 27
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that SB22-206 be amended
as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee on Appropriations with
favorable recommendation.

Amend printed bill, page 6, line 24, strike "(4)." and substitute "(4) IN OR AFTER
2018 THAT RESULTED IN WIDESPREAD OR SEVERE DAMAGE OR LOSS OF
PROPERTY OR INFRASTRUCTURE AS DETERMINED PURSUANT TO POLICIES
ADOPTED BY THE DIVISION PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (4) OF THIS SECTION.".

Page 6, line 26, after "OWNS" insert "OR RENTS".

Page 6, line 27, after "INCLUDING" insert "AN APARTMENT OR".

Page 8, strike lines 12 through 25 and substitute "BUSINESS NONPROFIT
ORGANIZATION, BANK, NONDEPOSITORY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL
INSTITUTION, OR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OR OTHER ENTITY AS
DETERMINED BY THE DIVISION TO ADMINISTER THE PROGRAM. IF THE DIVISION
CONTRACTS WITH AN ENTITY OR ENTITIES TO ADMINISTER THE PROGRAM, THE
DIVISION SHALL USE AN OPEN AND COMPETITIVE PROCESS TO SELECT THE
ENTITY OR ENTITIES. A CONTRACT WITH AN ADMINISTRATOR MAY INCLUDE AN
ADMINISTRATION FEE ESTABLISHED BY THE DIVISION AT AN AMOUNT
REASONABLY CALCULATED TO COVER THE ONGOING ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS OF
THE DIVISION IN OVERSEEING THE PROGRAM. THE DIVISION MAY ADVANCE
MONEY TO AN ENTITY UNDER A CONTRACT IN PREPARATION FOR ISSUING LOANS
AND GRANTS AND ADMINISTERING THE PROGRAM.".

Page 9, line 20, strike "RECIPIENTS;" and substitute "RECIPIENTS, WHICH MUST
INCLUDE THE DEMOGRAPHIC DATA OF EACH RECIPIENT AGGREGATED BY RACE,
ETHNICITY, DISABILITY STATUS, AND INCOME LEVEL;".

Page 10, after line 3 insert:

"(j) EQUITABLE COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND EQUITABLE ACCESS TO
PROGRAM INFORMATION, INCLUDING COMMUNICATIONS IN THE RELEVANT
LANGUAGES OF THE COMMUNITY AND EQUITABLE HEARING, SIGHT, AND
PHYSICAL ACCESSIBILITY; AND".

Reletter succeeding paragraph accordingly.

Page 10, line 7, after "APPLICANTS." insert "IN REVIEWING APPLICATIONS AND
AWARDING GRANTS, THE DIVISION SHALL GIVE PRIORITY TO ELIGIBLE
APPLICANTS WHO DEMONSTRATE THAT THEIR NEEDS CANNOT BE MET BY OTHER
SOURCES OF ASSISTANCE.".

Page 10, line 18, strike "RESISTANCE" and substitute "AND OTHER NATURAL
HAZARD MITIGATION".

Page 11, line 6, after "DURING" insert "RELOCATION OR".

Page 11, line 26, strike "RECONSTRUCTION," and substitute "RECONSTRUCTION
AND TEMPORARY RENTAL ASSISTANCE FOR DISPLACED RENTERS,".

Page 12, line 7, strike "CHANGE," and substitute "CHANGE OR REDUCE ACTIONS
THAT CONTRIBUTE TO CLIMATE CHANGE,".

Page 12, line 10, strike "OR".

Page 12, line 11, strike "COSTS" and substitute "ANY UNMET NEEDS".

Page 12, line 14, strike "ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS. COSTS" and substitute
"ASSISTANCE, INCLUDING ASSISTANCE PROVIDED PURSUANT TO SECTION
24-33.5-704 (7)(j). UNMET NEEDS".

Page 12, strike lines 16 through 23.

Renumber succeeding subparagraphs accordingly.

Page 13, line 3, strike "DISASTER." and substitute "DISASTER; OR
(f) ASSIST ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS IN ADDRESSING OTHER RELATED
UNMET NEEDS AS ALLOWED BY THE POLICIES ADOPTED BY THE DIVISION
PURSUANT TO SUBSECTION (4) OF THIS SECTION IN ORDER TO RECOVER OR
REBUILD FROM A DECLARED DISASTER.".

Page 13, after line 24 insert:

"(8) THE DIVISION AND THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS SHALL
COLLABORATE WITH THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE CREATED IN SECTION
24-38.5-101 ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS SECTION AS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 24-38.5-113 (8).".

Renumber succeeding subsection accordingly.

Page 14, line 5, strike "(8)" and substitute "(9)".

Page 16, strike lines 7 through 18 and substitute "ORGANIZATION, BANK,
NONDEPOSITORY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTION, OR
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OR OTHER ENTITY AS DETERMINED BY
THE OFFICE TO ADMINISTER THE PROGRAM. IF THE OFFICE CONTRACTS WITH AN
ENTITY OR ENTITIES TO ADMINISTER THE PROGRAM, THE OFFICE SHALL USE AN
OPEN AND COMPETITIVE PROCESS TO SELECT THE ENTITY OR ENTITIES. A
CONTRACT WITH AN ADMINISTRATOR MAY INCLUDE AN ADMINISTRATION FEE
ESTABLISHED BY THE OFFICE AT AN AMOUNT REASONABLY CALCULATED TO
COVER THE ONGOING ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS OF THE OFFICE IN OVERSEEING
THE PROGRAM. THE OFFICE MAY ADVANCE MONEY TO AN ENTITY UNDER A
CONTRACT IN PREPARATION FOR ISSUING LOANS AND GRANTS AND
ADMINISTERING THE PROGRAM.".

Page 17, line 15, strike "RECIPIENTS;" and substitute "RECIPIENTS, WHICH MUST
INCLUDE THE DEMOGRAPHIC DATA OF EACH RECIPIENT AGGREGATED BY RACE,
ETHNICITY, DISABILITY STATUS, AND INCOME LEVEL;".

Page 17, line 18, strike the second "AND".

Page 17, after line 18 insert:

"(IX) EQUITABLE COMMUNITY OUTREACH AND EQUITABLE ACCESS TO
PROGRAM INFORMATION, INCLUDING COMMUNICATIONS IN THE RELEVANT
LANGUAGES OF THE COMMUNITY AND EQUITABLE HEARING, SIGHT, AND
PHYSICAL ACCESSIBILITY; AND".

Renumber succeeding subparagraph accordingly.

Page 19, strike lines 13 through 15 and substitute:

"(8) IN IMPLEMENTING THIS SECTION, THE OFFICE SHALL COLLABORATE
WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS CREATED IN SECTION 24-1-125 IN
ORDER TO OFFER STREAMLINED CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR THE SUSTAINABLE
REBUILDING PROGRAM AND THE DISASTER RESILIENCE REBUILDING PROGRAM
CREATED IN SECTION 24-32-132. THE OFFICE AND THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL
AFFAIRS SHALL SEEK TO CREATE A SINGLE PUBLIC-FACING, USER-FRIENDLY
INTERFACE FOR THE TWO PROGRAMS IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH THAT
PRIORITIZES ACCESSIBILITY AND EASE OF NAVIGATION FOR APPLICANTS.".

Page 23, strike lines 25 through 27.

Page 24, strike lines 1 and 2 and substitute "OFFICE. THE OFFICE SHALL:
(I) COORDINATE DISASTER RECOVERY EFFORTS FOR THE GOVERNOR'S
OFFICE, AS DETERMINED BY THE GOVERNOR AND CONSISTENT WITH SECTIONS
24-33.5-704 (6.5) AND 24-33.5-705.2, SEEKING TO INTEGRATE CLIMATE
RESILIENCE AND ADAPTATION INTO RECOVERY EFFORTS; AND
(II) DEVELOP, PUBLISH, AND IMPLEMENT THE STATEWIDE CLIMATE
PREPAREDNESS ROADMAP REQUIRED PURSUANT TO SECTION 24-38.8-103 (1).".

Page 24, line 4, strike "GROUPS" and substitute "GROUPS, WITH PARTICULAR
ATTENTION TO THE INCLUSION, ACCESSIBILITY, AND ENGAGEMENT OF
DISPROPORTIONATELY IMPACTED COMMUNITIES, AS DEFINED IN SECTION
24-4-109 (2)(b)(II),".

Page 24, line 10, strike "ROADMAP" and substitute "ROADMAP, INCLUDING ALL
SUBSEQUENT UPDATES,".

Page 24, line 20, strike "RECOVERY." and substitute "RECOVERY, INCLUDING
NEW OR UPDATED PLANS COMPLETED AFTER THE INITIAL PUBLICATION OF THE
ROADMAP.".

Page 25, line 4, after "DEVELOPMENT," insert "WATER QUALITY AND
QUANTITY,".

Page 25, strike lines 6 through 9 and substitute "ECOSYSTEM-BASED
ADAPTATION STRATEGIES AND BEST AVAILABLE SCIENCE, TO ENSURE THE
LONG-TERM HEALTH OF THE STATE'S LANDS, PEOPLE, WATERS, WILDLIFE, NATIVE
BIODIVERSITY, AND NATURAL SYSTEMS; INCREASE THE RESILIENCE OF
COLORADO'S SPECIES, HABITATS, ECOSYSTEMS, AND NATURAL INFRASTRUCTURE
TO THE EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE; AND INFORM THE DEVELOPMENT OF
STATEWIDE CONSERVATION GOALS, IN ONGOING COORDINATION WITH THE
DIVISION OF PARKS".
Page 25, line 17, strike "COMMUNITIES;" and substitute "COMMUNITIES IN
COORDINATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY CREATED IN SECTION
24-33.5-103, THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS CREATED IN SECTION
24-1-125, AND THE COLORADO RESILIENCY OFFICE CREATED IN SECTION
24-32-122;".

Page 25, line 18, strike "ACKNOWLEDGES THAT CERTAIN COMMUNITIES" and
substitute "ACTIVELY TAKES INTO ACCOUNT THAT DISPROPORTIONATELY
IMPACTED COMMUNITIES, AS DEFINED IN SECTION 24-4-109 (2)(b)(II),".

Page 25, after line 22 insert:
"SECTION 5. In Colorado Revised Statutes, add 10-1-143 as follows:
10-1-143. Study on homeowner's insurance - repeal. (1) THE
COMMISSIONER SHALL CONDUCT A STUDY AND PREPARE A REPORT CONCERNING
METHODS TO ADDRESS THE STABILITY, AVAILABILITY, AND AFFORDABILITY OF
HOMEOWNER'S INSURANCE FOR COLORADANS WITH A FOCUS ON STABILIZING
THE CURRENT MARKET. THE STUDY MUST TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION:
(a) CURRENT MARKET CONDITIONS, INCLUDING:
(I) AVAILABILITY OF COVERAGE BY COUNTY OR ZIP CODE;
(II) AFFORDABILITY OF COVERAGE BY PROPERTY VALUE; AND
(III) IDENTIFICATION OF AREAS OF THE STATE WITH PARTICULAR RISK
CONCERNS;
(b) POTENTIAL PREMIUM IMPACTS TO CONSUMERS; AND
(c) MEASURES AND PROGRAMS TO ENSURE THE LONG-TERM
SUSTAINABILITY AND AVAILABILITY OF HOMEOWNER'S INSURANCE COVERAGE.
(2) (a) THE COMMISSIONER MAY CONTRACT WITH A THIRD PARTY TO
CONDUCT THE STUDY REQUIRED IN SUBSECTION (1) OF THIS SECTION. THE
COMMISSIONER IS NOT REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH THE "PROCUREMENT CODE",
ARTICLES 101 TO 112 OF TITLE 24, FOR PURPOSES OF THIS SUBSECTION (2).
(b) THE COMMISSIONER AND ANY THIRD PARTY CONDUCTING THE
STUDY SHALL ENGAGE WITH AND SEEK INPUT FROM CARRIERS, CONSUMER
GROUPS, AND OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES.
(3) THE COMMISSIONER SHALL SUBMIT THE REPORT REQUIRED BY THIS
SECTION TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES BUSINESS AFFAIRS AND LABOR
COMMITTEE, THE SENATE BUSINESS, LABOR, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE, OR
THEIR SUCCESSOR COMMITTEES, AND THE JOINT BUDGET COMMITTEE. THE
REPORT MAY BE CONSIDERED, AS NECESSARY, IN THE BUDGETING PROCESS. THE
REPORT MAY INCLUDE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR OTHER PROPERTY INSURANCE
MARKETS THAT NEED TO BE STUDIED.
(4) THIS SECTION IS REPEALED, EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2023.
SECTION 6. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 24-33.5-1203, add (1)(x)
as follows:
24-33.5-1203. Duties of division. (1) The division shall perform the
following duties:
(x) ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A STATEWIDE FIRE DISPATCH CENTER TO
ENSURE RAPID RESPONSE OF FIRE-BASED RESOURCES TO EMERGING WILDFIRE
AND ALL-HAZARD INCIDENTS IN SUPPORT OF LOCAL, COUNTY, STATE, AND
FEDERAL AGENCIES IN COLORADO.
SECTION 7. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 24-33.5-1228, amend
(3)(c)(I); and add (2.5)(b)(V) and (3)(c)(III) as follows:
24-33.5-1228. Colorado firefighting air corps - creation - powers -
aircraft acquisitions required - center of excellence - unmanned aircraft
systems study and pilot program - Colorado firefighting air corps fund -
creation - report - rules. (2.5) (b) The center of excellence shall perform, but
is not limited to, the following functions:
(V) DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT A COLORADO TEAM AWARENESS KIT FOR
INTERESTED PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCIES IN THE STATE.
(3) (c) (I) EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN SUBSECTION (3)(c)(III) OF THIS
SECTION, the division shall use the money in the Colorado firefighting air corps
fund for the purposes of subsection (2.5) of this section and for paying the direct
and indirect costs of maintaining the Colorado firefighting air corps, including
expenses associated with acquisition, retrofitting, labor, equipment, supply,
transportation, air, mobilization, repair, maintenance, and demobilization.
(III) WITHIN THREE DAYS OF THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS SUBSECTION
(3)(c)(III), THE STATE TREASURER SHALL TRANSFER FIFTEEN MILLION FIVE
HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS FROM THE DISASTER EMERGENCY FUND
CREATED IN SECTION 24-33.5-706 (2)(a) TO THE COLORADO FIREFIGHTING AIR
CORPS FUND CREATED IN SUBSECTION (3)(a) OF THIS SECTION.
NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER REQUIREMENT OF THIS SECTION, THE DIVISION
SHALL USE THE MONEY TRANSFERRED PURSUANT TO THIS SUBSECTION (3)(c)(III)
FOR THE FOLLOWING PURPOSES IN FISCAL YEAR 2021-22 AND IN FISCAL YEAR
2022-23:
(A) ESTABLISHING AND MAINTAINING A STATEWIDE FIRE DISPATCH
CENTER TO ENSURE RAPID RESPONSE OF FIRE-BASED RESOURCES TO EMERGING
WILDFIRE AND ALL-HAZARD INCIDENTS IN SUPPORT OF LOCAL, COUNTY, STATE,
AND FEDERAL AGENCIES IN COLORADO IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION
24-33.5-1203 (1)(x);
(B) THE LEASING BY THE DIVISION OF APPROPRIATE AVIATION
RESOURCES CONFIGURED FOR WILDFIRE SUPPRESSION, FOR THE OPERATIONAL
COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF THE LEASED AND PURCHASED AVIATION
RESOURCES, AND THE COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH LEASING, PURCHASING, OR
OWNING CAPITAL INFRASTRUCTURE TO HOUSE THE AVIATION RESOURCES; AND
(C) EXPANDING AND FURTHER IMPLEMENTING THE COLORADO TEAM
AWARENESS KIT SYSTEMS IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBSECTION (2.5)(b)(V) OF
THIS SECTION.
SECTION 8. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 24-33.5-706, amend (2)(a)
as follows:
24-33.5-706. Disaster emergency fund - established - financing -
legislative intent. (2) (a) A disaster emergency fund is hereby established. The
fund consists of any moneys MONEY appropriated by the general assembly,
moneys MONEY transferred pursuant to subsections (2.5) and (4)(b) of this
section, and moneys MONEY to reimburse expenditures from the fund that are
transmitted to the state treasurer and credited to the fund. Moneys MONEY in the
disaster emergency fund shall remain in the fund until expended or until
transferred pursuant to subsection (2.5)(c), (4.3), or (4.5) of this section OR
SECTION 24-33.5-1228 (3)(c)(III).".

Renumber succeeding section accordingly.


State,
Veterans, &
Military
Affairs

Senate Journal, May 2
After consideration on the merits, the Committee recommends that SB22-206 be amended
as follows, and as so amended, be referred to the Committee of the Whole with favorable
recommendation.
Amend printed bill, page 25, before line 23 insert:

"SECTION 5. Appropriation. (1) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year,
$472,137 is appropriated to the office of the governor. This appropriation is
from the general fund. To implement this act, the department may use this
appropriation as follows:
(a) $426,629 for use by the office of the governor for the office of
climate preparedness related to governor's office, which amount is based on an
assumption that the office will require an additional 2.7 FTE;
(b) $30,722 for use by the Colorado energy office related to sustainable
building program; and
(c) $14,786 for the purchase of legal services related to the Colorado
energy office.
(2) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $14,786 is appropriated to the
department of law. This appropriation is from reappropriated funds received
from the office of the governor under subsection (1)(c) of this section. To
implement this act, the department of law may use this appropriation to provide
legal services for the Colorado energy office.
(3) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $233,837 is appropriated to the
department of local affairs. This appropriation is from the general fund. To
implement this act, the department may use this appropriation as follows:
(a) $219,052 for use by the division of local government for disaster
resilience rebuilding program related to community services, which amount is
based on an assumption that the division will require an additional 2.8 FTE; and
(b) $14,785 for the purchase of legal services.
(4) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $14,785 is appropriated to the
department of law. This appropriation is from reappropriated funds received
from the department of local affairs under subsection (1)(b) of this section. To
implement this act, the department of law may use this appropriation to provide
legal services for the department of local affairs.
(5) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $91,937 is appropriated to the
department of agriculture for use by the agricultural services division. This
appropriation is from the general fund and is based on an assumption that the
division will require an additional 0.9 FTE. To implement this act, the division
may use this appropriation for the conservation services division.
(6) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $107,307 is appropriated to the
department of natural resources for use by the division of parks and wildlife.
This appropriation is from the general fund and is based on an assumption that
the division will require an additional 0.9 FTE. To implement this act, the
division may use this appropriation for wildlife operations.
(7) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $19,334 is appropriated to the
department of personnel for use by the division of capital assets. This
appropriation is from the Colorado firefighting air corps fund created in section
24-33.5-1228 (3)(a), C.R.S. To implement this act, the division may use this
appropriation for vehicle replacement lease/purchase for the department of
public safety.
(8) For the 2022-23 state fiscal year, $230,000 is appropriated to the
department of regulatory agencies for use by the division of insurance. This
appropriation is from the division of insurance cash fund created in section 10-
1-103 (3), C.R.S. To implement this act, the division may use this appropriation
for personal services.".

Renumber succeeding section accordingly.

Page 1, line 104, strike "AND".

Page 1, line 105, strike "PREPAREDNESS." AND SUBSTITUTE "PREPAREDNESS,
AND MAKING AN APPROPRIATION.".


Appro-
priations



Senate Journal, May 2
SB22-206 by Senator(s) Fenberg; --Concerning resources for disaster preparedness and recovery, and,
in connection therewith, creating the disaster resilience rebuilding program, the sustainable
rebuilding program, the office of climate preparedness, and making an appropriation.

Amendment No. 1, State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee Amendment.
(Printed in Senate Journal, April 27, page(s) 1005-1009 and placed in members' bill files.)

Amendment No. 2, Appropriations Committee Amendment.
(Printed in Senate Journal, May 2, page(s) 1111-1112 and placed in members' bill files.)

Amendment No. 3(L.011), by Senator Fenberg.

Amend the State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Committee Report, dated April
26, 2022, page 5, line 32, strike "SUBSECTION (2)." and substitute "SUBSECTION
(2), BUT SHALL USE A COMPETITIVE PROCESS TO SELECT A THIRD PARTY TO
CONDUCT THE STUDY.".

Page 5, after line 35 insert:

"(c) INFORMATION SUBMITTED BY THE CARRIERS TO THE DIVISION OR
THIRD-PARTY CONTRACTOR SELECTED TO CONDUCT THE STUDY IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THIS SECTION IS SUBJECT TO PUBLIC INSPECTION ONLY TO THE EXTENT
ALLOWED UNDER THE "COLORADO OPEN RECORDS ACT", PART 2 OF ARTICLE 72
OF TITLE 24. THE DIVISION AND THIRD-PARTY CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT
DISCLOSE TRADE-SECRET, CONFIDENTIAL, OR PROPRIETARY INFORMATION TO
ANY PERSON WHO IS NOT OTHERWISE AUTHORIZED TO ACCESS SUCH
INFORMATION.".

As amended, ordered engrossed and placed on the calendar for third reading and final
passage.



House Journal, May 9
16 SB22-206 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
17 the Committee of the Whole with favorable
18 recommendation:
19
20 Amend the State, Civic, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee
21 Report, dated May 4, 2022, page 1, after line 13 insert:
22
23 "Page 14 of the reengrossed bill, line 5, strike "SECTION." and substitute
24 "SECTION AND FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DISASTER SURVIVOR
25 PORTAL DESCRIBED IN SECTION 24-33.5-1106 (4).".
26
27 Page 20 of the bill, line 3, strike "SECTION." and substitute "SECTION AND
28 FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DISASTER SURVIVOR PORTAL DESCRIBED
29 IN SECTION 24-33.5-1106 (4).".".
30
31 Page 2 of the committee report, line 16, strike "SHALL" and substitute
32 "MAY, IN COLLABORATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF LOCAL AFFAIRS
33 CREATED IN SECTION 24-1-125 AND THE COLORADO ENERGY OFFICE
34 CREATED IN SECTION 24-38.5-101,".
35
36 Page 2 of the committee report, line 19, strike "MUST" and substitute
37 "MAY".
38
39 Page 2 of the committee report, line 24, strike "MUST" and substitute
40 "MAY".
41
42 Page 2 of the committee report, strike lines 31 through 39.
43
44 Strike pages 3, 4, and 5 of the committee report.
45
46

House Journal, May 10
31 Amendment No. 1, Appropriations Report, dated May 9, 2022, and placed
32 in member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, May 9, 2022.
33
34 Amendment No. 2, State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs Report,
35 dated May 4, 2022, and placed in member’s bill file; Report also printed
36 in House Journal, May 4, 2022.
37
38 Amendment No. 3, by Representative Amabile.
39
40 Amend the State, Civic, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee
41 Report, dated May 4, 2022, page 1, strike lines 3 through 5 and substitute:
42
43 "Amend reengrossed bill, page 8, line 21, after "PROCESS" insert
44 "PURSUANT TO THE STATE PROCUREMENT CODE, ARTICLES 101 TO 112 OF
45 THIS TITLE 24,".".
46
47 Page 1 of the committee report, after line 13, insert:
48
49 "Page 17 of the bill, line 1, after "PROCESS" insert "PURSUANT TO THE
50 STATE PROCUREMENT CODE, ARTICLES 101 TO 112 OF THIS TITLE 24,".".
51
52 Page 1 of the committee report, after line 17, insert:
53
54 "Page 28 of the bill, line 7, after "PROCESS" insert "PURSUANT TO THE
55 STATE PROCUREMENT CODE, ARTICLES 101 TO 112 OF TITLE 24,".".
1 Amendment No. 4, by Representative Amabile.
2
3 Amend reengrossed bill, page 30, line 23, strike "(2)(a)" and substitute
4 "(2)(a); and add (4.7)".
5
6 Page 31, line 5, strike "or (4.5)" and substitute "or (4.5), OR (4.7)".
7
8 Page 31, after line 6 insert:
9 "(4.7) THREE DAYS AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS
10 SUBSECTION (4.7), THE STATE TREASURER SHALL TRANSFER TWO MILLION
11 SEVEN HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS FROM THE DISASTER EMERGENCY
12 FUND TO THE CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION FUND CREATED IN SECTION
13 24-75-302 FOR USE BY THE DIVISION OF FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL
14 CREATED IN SECTION 24-33.5-1201 FOR CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION RELATED
15 TO AVIATION RESOURCES FOR WILDFIRE SUPPRESSION.
16 SECTION 9. In Colorado Revised Statutes, 24-75-302, add (13)
17 as follows:
18 24-75-302. Capital construction fund - capital assessment fees
19 - calculation - information technology capital account - repeal.
20 (13) THE FUND INCLUDES MONEY TRANSFERRED PURSUANT TO SECTION
21 24-33.5-706 (4.7).".
22
23 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
24
25 Page 33, after line 5 insert:
26
27 "SECTION 11. Capital construction appropriation. For the
28 2022-23 state fiscal year, $2,700,000 is appropriated to the department of
29 public safety. This appropriation is from the capital construction fund
30 created in section 24-75-302 (1)(a), C.R.S. To implement this act, the
31 department may use this appropriation for capital construction related to
32 aviation resources for wildfire suppression.".
33
34 Renumber succeeding section accordingly.
35
36 On motion of Representative Hanks, the bill was partially read at length.
37
38 As amended, ordered revised and placed on the Calendar for Third
39 Reading and Final Passage.
40

House Journal, May 10
7 Amend the State, Civic, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee
8 Report, dated May 4, 2022, page 1, strike lines 16 and 17 and substitute:
9
10 "Page 20 of the reengrossed bill, strike lines 25 through 27.
11
12 Strike pages 21 through 26 of the bill.
13
14 Page 27 of the bill, strike lines 1 through 12.
15
16 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.".
17
18 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
19
20 YES 25 NO 40 EXCUSED 0 ABSENT
21 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
22 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder Y
23 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
24 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
25 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
26 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
27 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica N Valdez A. N
28 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. N
29 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
30 Caraveo N Jodeh N Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
31 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
32 Catlin Y Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
33 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
34 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
35 Duran N Lontine N Roberts N Woog Y
36 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
37 Speaker N

House Journal, May 10
45 Amend reengrossed bill, page 33, strike lines 6 through 8, and substitute:
46 "SECTION 10. Act subject to petition - effective date. This act
47 takes effect at 12:01 a.m. on the day following the expiration of the
48 ninety-day period after final adjournment of the general assembly; except
49 that, if a referendum petition is filed pursuant to section 1 (3) of article V
50 of the state constitution against this act or an item, section, or part of this
51 act within such period, then the act, item, section, or part will not take
52 effect unless approved by the people at the general election to be held in
53 November 2022 and, in such case, will take effect on the date of the
54 official declaration of the vote thereon by the governor.".
55
1 The amendment was declared lost by the following roll call vote:
2
3 YES 27 NO 38 EXCUSED 0 ABSENT
4 Amabile N Exum N Lynch Y Sirota N
5 Bacon N Froelich N McCluskie N Snyder N
6 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick N Soper Y
7 Benavidez N Gonzales-Gutierrez N McKean Y Sullivan N
8 Bernett N Gray N McLachlan N Tipper N
9 Bird N Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet N Titone N
10 Bockenfeld Y Herod N Mullica Y Valdez A. N
11 Boesenecker N Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
12 Bradfield Y Hooton N Ortiz N Van Beber Y
13 Caraveo N Jodeh N Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
14 Carver Y Kennedy N Pico Y Weissman N
15 Catlin Y Kipp N Ransom Y Will Y
16 Cutter N Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
17 Daugherty N Lindsay N Ricks N Woodrow N
18 Duran N Lontine N Roberts Y Woog Y
19 Esgar N Luck Y Sandridge Y Young N
20 Speaker N