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2B3C8F7E1F6A999B87258994007BEE7E Hearing Summary


Date Apr 17, 2023      
Location HCR 0107

SB23-059 - Referred to House Finance

04:33:41 PM  
Representative McLachlan,
bill co-prime sponsor, introduced and gave opening comments on Senate bill
23-059.  The bill permits local governments to request that Colorado
Parks and Wildlife (CPW) charge up to a $2 fee, charged on a daily vehicle
pass, at a state park within the boundaries of the local government requesting
the fee beginning January 1, 2025. Annual or lifetime state park pass holders
would not be charged this fee. In addition, CPW must perform an annual
analysis of the net incremental cost of the collection and administration
of the fee. CPW must transfer the funds earned from charging to the fee
to the local government that requested the fee, minus the amount required
to perform the annual analysis.  
04:38:40 PM  
Representative Catlin,
bill co-prime sponsor, gave opening comments on the bill.
04:38:44 PM  
The bill sponsors responded to questions from the committee.
04:42:52 PM  
Daphne Gervais, representing
Colorado Department of Natural Resources, testified in a neutral position
on the bill.

Commissioner Amy
Mitchell, representing Park County, testified in support of the bill.  

Mr. Erik Stone,
representing Teller County, testified in support of the bill.

Commissioner Keith
Baker, representing Chaffee County, testified in support of the bill.  

Mr. Darrel Evig,
representing Park County Public Works, testified in support of the bill.

Archuleta County
Commissioner Warren Brown, representing themself, testified in support
of the bill.
05:00:13 PM  
Representative McLachlan
and Representative Catlin gave closing comments on the bill.

05:05:04 PM
Motion Refer Senate Bill 23-059 to the Committee on Finance.
Moved McLachlan
Seconded Catlin
Holtorf Excused
Lindsay Yes
Lukens Yes
Lynch Yes
Martinez Yes
McLachlan Yes
Parenti Excused
Story Yes
Titone Yes
Velasco Yes
Winter T. Yes
Catlin Yes
McCormick Yes
Final YES: 11   NO: 0   EXC: 2   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS

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