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MINUTES OF THE HOUSE
PUBLIC UTILITIES & TECHNOLOGY STANDING COMMITTEE
Room W20, House Building, State Capitol Complex


February 7, 2011


Members Present:    Rep. Michael Noel, Chair
            Rep. Steve Handy, Vice Chair
            Rep. Roger Barrus
            Rep. Fred C. Cox                    
            Rep. Neal Hendrickson            
            Rep. Ken Ivory
            Rep. Ryan Wilcox
            Rep. Brad Wilson

Members Excused:    Rep. Dougall

Members Absent:    Rep. Hemingway
            Rep. Herrod

Staff Present:    Richard North, Policy Analyst
            Tamara Schaff, Committee Secretary


Note:
A list of visitors and a copy of handouts are filed with the committee minutes.
                                        
Rep. Noel called the meeting to order at 2:06 p.m.

MOTION:    Rep. Wilson moved to approve the minutes of the February 7, 2011 meeting. The motion passed unanimously, with Rep. Barrus and Rep. Hendrickson absent for the vote.



S.B. 39    Children's Justice Center Program Amendments (Sen. R. Okerlund) (Rep. K. McIff)


Sen. Okerlund explained the bill to the committee, assisted by Tracey Tabet, Program Administrator, Children's Justice Center Program

MOTION:    Rep. Wilcox moved to pass S.B. 39 with a favorable recommendation. The motion passed unanimously.




1st Sub. S.J.R. 7    Fibromyalgia Awareness Day Joint Resolution (Sen. P. Knudson) (Rep. R. Menlove)


Sen. Knudson explained the resolution to the committee.

MOTION:    Rep. Handy moved to pass S.J.R.7S1 with a favorable recommendation.. The motion passed unanimously, with Rep. Wilcox absent for the vote.


H.B. 106    Electronic Meetings Revisions (Rep. B. Daw)


Rep. Daw explained the bill to the committee, assisted by Peter Rehm, Trustee for Odyssey Charter School.

Spoke to the bill:    Lynn Pace, Salt Lake City Attorney and Holladay City Council

MOTION:    Rep. Handy moved to hold H.B.106. The motion passed unanimously with Rep. Ivory and Rep. Wilcox absent for the vote.

MOTION:    Rep. Hendrickson moved to adjourn. The motion passed unanimously with Rep. Ivory and Rep. Wilcox absent for the vote.




Rep. Michael Noel, Chair