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S.B. 89 Enrolled

                 

NATIVE AMERICAN COORDINATING BOARD

                 
2000 GENERAL SESSION

                 
STATE OF UTAH

                 
Sponsor: Pete Suazo

                  AN ACT RELATING TO COMMUNITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; EXPANDING
                  THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE STATE NATIVE AMERICAN COORDINATING BOARD;
                  MODIFYING QUORUM REQUIREMENTS; AND MAKING TECHNICAL CHANGES.
                  This act affects sections of Utah Code Annotated 1953 as follows:
                  AMENDS:
                      9-9-111, as last amended by Chapter 272, Laws of Utah 1998
                  Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
                      Section 1. Section 9-9-111 is amended to read:
                       9-9-111. State coordinating board -- Chair -- Quorum -- Creation -- Power -- Duties.
                      (1) There is created an advisory board to be called the "State Native American
                  Coordinating Board" consisting of the following members:
                      (a) the director of the division;
                      (b) a representative from the following:
                      [(xiii)] (i) the Department of Agriculture and Food appointed by the commissioner of the
                  Department of Agriculture and Food; [and]
                      [(v)] (ii) the Department of Community and Economic Development appointed by the
                  executive director of the Department of Community and Economic Development;
                      [(ix)] (iii) the Department of Corrections appointed by the executive director of the
                  Department of Corrections;
                      [(x)] (iv) the Department of Environmental Quality appointed by the executive director of
                  the Department of Environmental Quality;
                      [(ii)] (v) the Department of Health appointed by the executive director of the Department
                  of Health;
                      [(i)] (vi) the Department of Human Services appointed by the executive director of the
                  Department of Human Services;


                      [(xi)] (vii) the Department of Natural Resources appointed by the executive director of the
                  Department of Natural Resources;
                      (viii) the Department of Public Safety appointed by the Commissioner of Public Safety;
                      [(xii)] (ix) the Department of Transportation appointed by the executive director of the
                  Department of Transportation;
                      [(viii)] (x) the Department of Workforce Services appointed by the executive director of the
                  Department of Workforce Services;
                      [(vi)] (xi) the governor's office appointed by the governor;
                      [(vii)] (xii) the office of the attorney general appointed by the attorney general;
                      [(iv)] (xiii) the State Board of Regents appointed by the commissioner of higher education;
                      [(iii)] (xiv) the State Office of Education appointed by the state superintendent of public
                  instruction; and
                      [(xiv)] (xv) the State Tax Commission appointed by the chair of the State Tax Commission.
                      (2) (a) The director of the division shall be the chair of the board and shall be responsible for
                  calling meetings of the board.
                      (b) The chair shall coordinate the activities of the board required by this section.
                      (3) [A majority of the] Nine members of the board constitute a quorum of the board for the
                  transaction of business.
                      (4) The board shall meet at least quarterly.
                      (5) Board members may not receive any compensation for their service on the board other
                  than what they receive as state officers and employees.
                      (6) The board shall advise the division and the chief administrative officer of other state
                  agencies regarding how the state may develop a consistent, integrated, and coordinated approach to
                  implementing laws, services, functions, and governmental programs that serve Indian citizens of the
                  state.
                      (7) The board shall report annually to the Native American Legislative Liaison Committee
                  of the Legislature.

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