Senate Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Committee - February 28, 2019
220 Senate Building
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Chair Okerlund called the meeting to order at 8:31 a.m.
Sen. Christensen moved to approve the minutes for February 26, 2019.
H.B. 265 Wildlife Management Area Amendments (Snider, C.)
Rep. Casey Snider explained the bill.
Douglas Foxley, Ducks Unlimited, spoke in favor of the bill.
Jack Ray, President, Utah Water Fowl, spoke in favor of the bill.
Troy Justensen, Sportsman Fish and Wildlife, spoke to the bill.
Stan Summers, Commissioner, Box Elder county spoke in favor of the bill.
Mike Fowlks, Director, Division of Wildlife Resources, spoke in favor of the bill.
Sen. Christensen moved to pass H.B. 265 out favorably.
Sen. Christensen moved to place H.B. 265 on the Consent Calendar.
H.C.R. 10 Concurrent Resolution to Address Declining Water Levels of the Great Salt Lake (Hawkes, T.)
Rep. Thomas Hawkes explained the resolution.
Sen. Christensen moved to amend H.C.R. 10 with Amendment #2.
Craig Peterson, Partner, Water Conservancy, spoke in favor of the bill.
Sen. Iwamoto moved to pass H.C.R. 10 out favorably.
Sen. Iwamoto moved to place H.C.R. 10 on the Consent Calendar.
H.C.R. 15 Concurrent Resolution Commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the Golden Spike (Ferry, J.)
Rep. Joel Ferry introduced the resolution.
Sen. Sandall moved to amend H.C.R. 15 with Amendment #1.
Rep. Ferry explained the resolution with the assistance of Doug Foxley, Chairman, Spike 150 Commission.
Stan Summers, Commissioner, Box Elder County, spoke in favor of the bill.
Nathan Anderson, Senior Director, Public Affairs, Union Pacific Railroad, spoke in favor of the bill.
Sen. Sandall moved to pass H.C.R. 15 out favorably.
Sen. Christensen moved to adjourn at 9:06 a.m.
Sen. Okerlund adjourned the meeting at 9:07 a.m.
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