From: Cameron Diehl To: Rep. Barlow, S., Subject: LPC tomorrow, Feb 1, at noon Date: 2016-02-01T03:56:28Z Body:
Hello folks, While many of you are likely watching Downton Abbey (your happily married correspondent pleads the fifth), Team ULCT wanted to provide y
Hello folks, While many of you are likely watching Downton Abbey (your happily married correspondent pleads the fifth), Team ULCT wanted to provide you with the following reminders:
We will have our Legislative Policy Committee meeting on Monday at noon in W030 (House building/west building). The agenda is here, tomorrow’s committees are here, and the webcast link is here. Please follow the link and log in using your name and the city/town you are with. Rep. Rich Cunningham will come speak about his retirement bills. On the agenda, we list “second week challenges.” On Monday afternoon, Rep. Jake Anderegg’s HB 132 Municipal Business License Amendments—which would restrict municipal authority to license home occupation businesses—and Sen. Lyle Hillyard’s SB 100 Traffic Fines Amendments. ULCT opposes both bills, will testify against both bills in committee, and will likely distribute talking points to you on HB 132. Rep. Patrice Arent has also asked for ULCT support of HB 52 which will be in committee later this week. Finally, we expect transportation and public safety bills (on agenda) to be in committee later this week. Yep, it is game time!
See you at LPC when we will dine together and discuss matters of state.
Cameron Diehl Director of Government Relations Utah League of Cities and Towns 50 South 600 East Suite 150 Salt Lake City, UT 84102 801-328-1601 (o) 801-910-3912 (c) email@example.com