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D5AFDFB1D197E386872583AD00748159 Hearing Summary




PUBLIC
BILL SUMMARY For HB19-1047

SENATE COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Date Feb 26, 2019      
Location SCR 354



HB19-1047 - Referred to the Committee of the Whole - Consent Calendar


02:01:32 PM  

Senator Danielson, presented House Bill 19-1047 and responded to questions. Under current law, an urban renewal authority (URA) must provide a notice to any owner of private property in any area being assessed for blighted conditions. A notice must also be provided by the URA to any private property owner, if the area is determined by the study to not be blighted. This bill changes the time period for when the notice of the blight study final determination must be sent from 30 days to 7 days, and clarifies that the notice must be sent by the URA or the municipality regardless of the final determination of the study.

02:05:06 PM  
Committee discussion and comments followed.
02:06:37 PM  

Harley Gifford, Pueblo West Fire Department, testified in support of the bill.

02:11:16 PM  
Brian Caserta, Pueblo West Fire Department,
testified in support of the bill.
02:12:34 PM  
The witness panel responded to questions.
02:18:51 PM  
Michael Valdez, Special District Association
Colorado, testified in support of the bill.
02:21:45 PM  
Steve Clapham, Colorado Professional Fire
Fighters, testified in support of the bill.


02:23:30 PM
Motion Refer House Bill 19-1047 to the Committee of the Whole and with a recommendation that it be placed on the consent calendar.
Moved Williams A.
Seconded
Bridges Yes
Coram Yes
Crowder Yes
Williams A. Yes
Ginal Yes
Final YES: 5   NO: 0   EXC: 0   ABS:  0   FINAL ACTION:  PASS






Pursuant to HJR20-1007, the Second Regular Session of the 72nd General Assembly is Temporarily Adjourned until 10:00 a.m., Monday, March 30, 2020. 

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