HB866 - MISSISSIPPI RIVER PARKWAY COMMISSION - Overschmidt, Francis S.
HB866 CHANGES THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER PARKWAY COMMISSION.
Sponsor: Overschmidt, Francis S. (110) Effective Date: 00/00/00
CoSponsor: LR Number: 2306-01
Last Action: 02/22/96 - Third Read and defeated (H)
HB866
AYES: 060
NOES: 084
Next Hearing:Hearing not scheduled
Calendar:Bill currently not on calendar
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BILL SUMMARIES

PERFECTED

HB 866 -- MISSISSIPPI RIVER PARKWAY COMMISSION (Overschmidt)

This bill increases the membership of the Mississippi River
Parkway Commission from 9 to 11 members, consisting of 2 Senate
and 2 House members and 7 members appointed by the Governor with
the advice and consent of the Senate.  In addition to existing
ex officio members, the directors of the departments of
Conservation, Agriculture, and Economic Development will be
included as ex officio members.  All members, other than
legislative members, must reside in counties which are adjacent
to the Mississippi River.

FISCAL NOTE:  Cost to General Revenue Fund of $2,190 in FY 97,
$2,701 in FY 98, and $2,782 in FY 99.


COMMITTEE

HB 866 -- MISSISSIPPI RIVER PARKWAY COMMISSION

SPONSOR:  Overschmidt

COMMITTEE ACTION:  Voted "do pass" by the Committee on Tourism,
Recreation and Cultural Affairs by a vote of 23 to 0, 1 present.

This bill increases the membership of the Mississippi River
Parkway Commission from 9 to 11 members, consisting of 2 Senate
and 2 House members and 7 members appointed by the Governor with
the advice and consent of the Senate.  In addition to existing
ex officio members, the directors of the departments of
Conservation, Agriculture, and Economic Development will be
included as ex officio members.  All members, other than
legislative members, must reside in counties which are adjacent
to the Mississippi River.

FISCAL NOTE: Cost to General Revenue Fund of $2,190 in FY 97,
$2,701 in FY 98, and $2,782 in FY 99.

PROPONENTS:  Supporters say that such legislation provides for
more flexibility in promoting tourism along the Mississippi
River corridor.

Testifying for the bill was Representative Overschmidt.

OPPONENTS:  There was no opposition voiced to the committee.

Robert Triplett, Research Analyst


INTRODUCED

HB 866 -- Parkway Commission

Sponsor:  Overschmidt

This bill increases the membership of the Mississippi River
Parkway Commission from 9 to 11 members, consisting of 2 Senate
and 2 House members and 7 members appointed by the Governor with
the advice and consent of the Senate.  In addition to existing
ex officio members, the directors of the departments of
Conservation, Agriculture, and Economic Development will be
included as ex officio members.  All members, other than
legislative members, must reside in counties which are adjacent
to the Mississippi River.


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