Senate Transportation, Public Utilities, Energy, and Technology Committee - March 01, 2018

215 Senate Building

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 Recording 1
 Chair Buxton called the meeting to order at 4:17 p.m.
 1st Sub. H.B. 58 Traffic Control Signs for Bicycles (Moss, C.)
 Rep. Moss presented the bill.
 Mr. Russ Hymas, Attorney, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Phil Carlson, cyclist, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Dave Iltis, Editor, Cycling Utah, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Phil Sarnoff, Executive Director, Bike Utah, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Sarah Carlson, cyclist, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Allen Sanderson, cyclist, spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Mr. Dan Fuzzini, cyclist, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Sen. Dabakis moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 58 out favorably.
 Sen. Anderegg moved to approve the minutes.
 2nd Sub. H.B. 161 Auto Registration Requirements (Watkins, C.)
 Rep. Watkins presented the bill.
 Col. Michael Rapich, Highway Patrol, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Ms. Kendra Seeley, mother, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Sen. Anderegg moved to pass 2nd Substitute H.B. 161 out favorably.
 1st Sub. H.B. 261 Renewable Energy Amendments (Knotwell, J.)
 Rep. Knotwell presented the bill with the assistance of John Cox, Vice President of Government Affairs, Rocky Mountain Power.
 Sen. Anderegg moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 261 out favorably.
 H.B. 339 Sales and Use Tax for Public Transit Amendments (Froerer, G.)
 Rep. Froerer presented the bill.
 Former Pleasant View Mayor, Toby Mileski, spoke in favor of the bill.
 Mr. Jim Smith, Davis County Commissioner, spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Mr. Jerry Benson, President and CEO, Utah Transit Authority spoke in opposition to the bill.
 Mr. Andrew Gruber, Wasatch Front Regional Council, spoke to the bill.
 Sen. Dabakis moved to adjourn.
Chair Buxton adjourned the meeting at 5:28 p.m.
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