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MINUTES OF THE SENATE BUSINESS & LABOR STANDING COMMITTEE

         MONDAY, FEBRUARY14, 2011
ROOM 215, SENATE BUILDING



Members Present:    Sen. John Valentine, Chair
        Sen. David Hinkins
        Sen. Dan Liljenquist
        Sen. Steve Urquhart
        Sen. Kevin VanTassell
        Sen. Gene Davis
        Sen. Karen Mayne

Member Absent:    Sen. Curt Bramble
    
Staff Present:    Bryant R. Howe, Assistant Director
        Karen Allred, Committee Secretary
        
Public Speakers Present: Dennis Lloyd, Senior Vice President, Workers' Compensation Fund
        Alan Hennebold, Deputy Commissioner, Utah Labor Commission
        Jay Nielson, American Society of Landscape Architects
        Brad Simpson, Director, Utah State Division of Motor Vehicles
        
A list of visitors and a copy of handouts are filed with the committee minutes.

Chair Valentine called the meeting to order at 2:32 p.m.

Approval of Minutes

    MOTION:
Sen. Liljenquist moved to approve minutes of the February 10, 2011, meeting.

    The motion passe d unanimously with Sens. Urquhart and Davis absent for the vote.

1.     S.B. 191 Workers' Compensation Coverage Waivers (K. Mayne)

    Sen. Mayne explained the bill assisted by Dennis Lloyd, Senior Vice President, Workers'     Compensation Fund who also answered questions from the committee.

    Alan Hennebold, Deputy Commissioner, Utah Labor Commission further clarified the bill     and answered questions from the committee.

     MOTION: Sen. Davis moved to transmit S.B. 191 with a favorable recommendation.

    The motion passed unanimously with Sen. Urquhart absent for the vote.






2.     H.B. 196 Continuing Education Requirements for Landscape Architects (R.C. Webb)

    Rep. Webb explained the bill assisted by Jay Nielsen, American Society of Landscape     Architects.

     MOTION: Sen. Mayne moved to transmit H.B. 196 with a favorable recommendation.

    The motion passed unanimously with Sen. Urquart absent for the vote.

3.     H.B. 237 Enforcement of Liens (Julie Fisher)
         
    
Rep Fisher explained the bill assisted by Brad Simpson, Director, Division of Motor Vehicles     both of whom answered questions from the committee.

    
The following amendment was proposed:

1.    Page 2, Lines 33 through 37 :    

             33      occupant[, and a]. If the property to be sold in an enforcement action includes a motor vehicle,
             34      vessel, or outboard motor, the notice shall also be delivered to the last known address of the
             35      registered owner
  and any lieholder       , as disclosed by the records of the Motor Vehicle Division. A copy of the

             36      notice shall, at the same time, be sent to the sheriff of the county where the self-service storage
             37      facility is located. Any lienholder with an interest in the property to be sold or otherwise
    
     MOTION: Sen. Van Tassell moved to adopt the amendment.

    The motion passed unanimously with Sen. Liljenquist absent for the vote.

     MOTION: Sen. Van Tassell moved to transmit H.B. 237 with a favorable recommendation.

    The motion passed unanimously with Sen. Liljenquist absent for the vote.





     MOTION: Sen. Davis moved to adjourn.

    The motion passed unanimously with Sen. Liljenquist absent for the vote.

    Chair Valentine adjourned the meeting at 3:10 p.m.

    


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Sen. John Valentine, Committee Chair