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832009A84F57A2D28725899C007B2A9A Hearing Summary




PUBLIC
BILL SUMMARY For HB23-1115

SENATE COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT & HOUSING
Date Apr 25, 2023      
Location SCR 352



HB23-1115 - Postponed Indefinitely


04:26:14 PM  
Senator Rodriguez, prime sponsor, introduced and explained House Bill 23-1115. The bill removes a state prohibition on local government ordinances or regulations that control rent on private residential property, and places conditions on future rent control policies adopted by local governments.
04:29:53 PM  
The bill sponsor responded to questions from the committee.
04:32:49 PM  
Councilman Paul Kashmann, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
04:36:13 PM  
Commissioner George Marlin, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
04:38:42 PM  
Denver City Councilwoman At-Large Robin Kniech, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.
04:41:42 PM  
Jonathan Godes, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
04:44:28 PM  
The panelists responded to questions from the committee.
04:53:22 PM  
Caroline Nutter, representing the Colorado Fiscal Institute, testified in support of the bill.
04:58:53 PM  
Leonard Moralez,
representing United for a New Economy, testified in support of the bill.
05:01:09 PM  
Joseph Roderick, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
05:03:54 PM  
Syd Ballows, representing
himself, testified in support of the bill.
05:07:09 PM  
Colin Laird, representing
himself, testified in support of the bill.
05:11:02 PM  
Mikaela Rivera, representing the National Association for Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP), testified in opposition to the bill.
05:13:43 PM  
Andrew Hamrick, representing the Colorado Apartment Association, testified in opposition to the bill.
05:16:10 PM  
Brett Frank, representing Centerspace, testified in opposition to the bill.
05:18:08 PM  
Anneliese Steel, representing Colorado Concern, testified in opposition to the bill.
05:20:00 PM  
The panelists responded
to questions from the committee.
05:31:52 PM  
Patricia Klass, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.
05:34:34 PM  
Philip Klass, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill.
05:37:05 PM  
Sarah May, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.
05:39:34 PM  
Julia Koster, representing the Summit Alliance of Vacation Rental Managers, testified in opposition to the bill.
05:44:13 PM  
Maria Valadez, representing United for a New Economy, testified in support of the bill.
05:46:32 PM  
Catherine Ordonez, representing the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado, testified in support of the bill.
05:49:13 PM  
Gretchen Rydin, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.
05:52:11 PM  
Kevin Fitzgibbons, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
05:53:17 PM  
Joe Borum, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
05:57:21 PM  
Roxie Pool, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill.
05:59:54 PM  
Jonathan Jones, representing Fortunato Properties, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:03:07 PM  
Matt Gorenc, representing the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:05:26 PM  
Sarah Windholz, representing the Colorado Landlord Legislation Coalition, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:07:55 PM  
Lisia Nguyen, representing the Colorado Association of REALTORS and Asian Real Estate Association of America, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:10:06 PM  
The panelists responded to questions from the committee.
06:14:21 PM  
Randy Chase, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
06:15:38 PM  
Victor Galvan Ramirez, representing Protegete with Conservation Colorado, testified in support of the bill.
06:19:07 PM  
Autumn Brooks, representing the Clear Creek School District Re-1, testified in support of the bill.
06:21:32 PM  
Ean Tafoya, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.
06:23:51 PM  
Commissioner Kristin Stephens, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.
06:27:23 PM  
Muriel Williams, representing the Colorado Association of REALTORS, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:30:28 PM  
David Dazlich, representing the Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:32:31 PM  
Matt Solomon, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:34:04 PM  
Andrea Neumann, representing Neumann Properties Corp, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:37:05 PM  
Lyle Haas, representing himself, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:39:18 PM  
The panelists responded to questions from the committee.
06:43:08 PM  
Tawny Peyton, representing the Rocky Mountain Home Association, testified in opposition to the bill.
06:46:57 PM  
Susan Gibson, representing Together Colorado, testified in support of the bill.
06:50:24 PM  
Adela Gonzalez, representing herself, testified in support of the bill.

The testimony of Ms. Gonzalez was translated by Hannah Recht.

06:53:58 PM  
Cesiah Guadarrama Trejo, representing 9to5 Colorado, testified in support of the bill.
06:56:05 PM  
Written testimony
submitted to the committee is appended as Attachment E.
06:56:38 PM  
The bill sponsor introduced and explained Amendment L.013 (Attachment F).


06:57:37 PM
Motion Adopt amendment L.013 (Attachment F).
Moved Exum
Seconded
Gonzales
Pelton B.
Pelton R.
Rich
Roberts
Exum
Jaquez Lewis
YES: 0   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  Pass Without Objection
06:57:58 PM  
The bill sponsor made closing remarks.
07:02:41 PM  
The committee made closing remarks.


07:14:36 PM
Motion Refer House Bill 23-1115, as amended, to the Committee of the Whole.
Moved Exum
Seconded
Gonzales Yes
Pelton B. No
Pelton R. No
Rich No
Roberts No
Exum Yes
Jaquez Lewis Yes
YES: 3   NO: 4   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  FAIL


07:14:47 PM
Motion Postpone House Bill 23-1115 indefinitely using a reversal of the previous roll call. There was no objection to the use of the reverse roll call, therefore, the bill was postponed indefinitely.
Moved Exum
Seconded
Gonzales No
Pelton B. Yes
Pelton R. Yes
Rich Yes
Roberts Yes
Exum No
Jaquez Lewis No
Final YES: 4   NO: 3   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS






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