Amendments for SB22-208

House Journal, May 2
51 SB22-208 be amended as follows, and as so amended, be referred to
52 the Committee of the Whole with favorable
53 recommendation:
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55 Amend reengrossed bill, page 2, after line 1 insert:
107 1 "SECTION 1. In Colorado Revised Statutes, amend 38-30.5-
2 as follows:
3 38-30.5-107. Release - termination. If it is determined that
4 conditions on or surrounding a property encumbered by a conservation
5 easement in gross change so that it becomes impossible to fulfill its
6 conservation purposes that are defined in the deed of conservation
7 easement, a court with jurisdiction may, at the joint request of both the
8 owner of property encumbered by a conservation easement and the holder
9 of the easement, terminate, release, extinguish, or abandon the
10 conservation easement. If condemnation by a public authority of a part of
11 a property or of the entire property encumbered by a conservation
12 easement in gross renders it impossible to fulfill any of the conservation
13 purposes outlined in the deed of conservation easement, the conservation
14 easement may be terminated, released, SUBORDINATED, extinguished, or
15 abandoned IN WHOLE OR IN PART through condemnation proceedings. A
16 conservation easement in gross for which a Colorado state income tax
17 credit has been allowed may not in whole or in part be released,
18 terminated, extinguished, or abandoned by merger with the underlying fee
19 interest in the servient land or water rights. Any release, termination, or
20 extinguishment of a conservation easement under this section must be
21 recorded in the records of the office of the clerk and recorder in the
22 county where the conservation easement is located.".
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24 Renumber succeeding sections accordingly.
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26 Page 2, line 9, after "38," insert "AND, AS A RESULT OF THE
27 CONDEMNATION, IT BECOMES IMPOSSIBLE TO FULFILL THE CONSERVATION
28 PURPOSES AS DEFINED IN THE DEED OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT,".
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House Journal, May 3
23 Amendment No. 1, Finance Report, dated May 2, 2022, and placed in
24 member’s bill file; Report also printed in House Journal, May 2, 2022.
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26 Amendment No. 2, by Representative Lynch:
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28 Amend the Finance Committee Report, dated May 2, 2022, page 2, line
29 2, strike "EASEMENT,"." and substitute "EASEMENT, IN WHOLE OR IN PART
30 AND ACQUIRE SUCH PROPERTY FREE AND CLEAR OF THE CONSERVATION
31 EASEMENT INTEREST,".".
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33 As amended, ordered revised and placed on the Calendar for Third
34 Reading and Final Passage.
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House Journal, May 6
33 Amend revised bill, page 3, strike lines 7 and 8.
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35 Page 3, line 9, strike "WHOLE OR IN PART AND ACQUIRE" and substitute
36 "CONDEMNATION, THE CONDEMNING AUTHORITY IS ACQUIRING".
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38 Page 3, line 10, strike "INTEREST," and substitute "INTEREST OR
39 SUBORDINATING THE DEED OF CONSERVATION EASEMENT TO SUCH
40 ACQUIRED PROPERTY INTEREST,".
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42 The amendment was declared passed by the following roll call vote:
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44 YES 63 NO 0 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
45 Amabile Y Exum Y Lynch Y Sirota Y
46 Bacon Y Froelich Y McCluskie Y Snyder Y
47 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick Y Soper Y
48 Benavidez Y Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean Y Sullivan Y
49 Bernett Y Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
50 Bird Y Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet Y Titone Y
51 Bockenfeld Y Herod Y Mullica Y Valdez A. E
52 Boesenecker Y Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
53 Bradfield Y Hooton Y Ortiz Y Van Beber Y
54 Caraveo Y Jodeh Y Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
55 Carver Y Kennedy Y Pico Y Weissman Y
1 Catlin E Kipp Y Ransom Y Will Y
2 Cutter Y Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
3 Daugherty Y Lindsay Y Ricks Y Woodrow Y
4 Duran Y Lontine Y Roberts Y Woog Y
5 Esgar Y Luck Y Sandridge Y Young Y
6 Speaker Y
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8 The question being, "Shall the bill, as amended, pass?".
9 A roll call vote was taken. As shown by the following recorded vote, a
10 majority of those elected to the House voted in the affirmative, and the
11 bill, as amended, was declared passed.
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13 YES 63 NO 0 EXCUSED 2 ABSENT
14 Amabile Y Exum Y Lynch Y Sirota Y
15 Bacon Y Froelich Y McCluskie Y Snyder Y
16 Baisley Y Geitner Y McCormick Y Soper Y
17 Benavidez Y Gonzales-Gutierrez Y McKean Y Sullivan Y
18 Bernett Y Gray Y McLachlan Y Tipper Y
19 Bird Y Hanks Y Michaelson Jenet Y Titone Y
20 Bockenfeld Y Herod Y Mullica Y Valdez A. E
21 Boesenecker Y Holtorf Y Neville Y Valdez D. Y
22 Bradfield Y Hooton Y Ortiz Y Van Beber Y
23 Caraveo Y Jodeh Y Pelton Y Van Winkle Y
24 Carver Y Kennedy Y Pico Y Weissman Y
25 Catlin E Kipp Y Ransom Y Will Y
26 Cutter Y Larson Y Rich Y Williams Y
27 Daugherty Y Lindsay Y Ricks Y Woodrow Y
28 Duran Y Lontine Y Roberts Y Woog Y
29 Esgar Y Luck Y Sandridge Y Young Y
30 Speaker Y
31 Co-sponsor(s) added: Representative(s) Amabile, Bernett, Bird, Esgar, Hooton,
32 Lindsay, McCluskie, McKean, McLachlan, Michaelson Jenet, Mullica, Pelton,
33 Pico, Ricks, Snyder, Soper, Titone, Valdez D., Weissman, Young
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