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E1706CD176C16B39872583EC0078418F Hearing Summary




PUBLIC
BILL SUMMARY For HB19-1212

SENATE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE
Date Apr 30, 2019      
Location SCR 357



HB19-1212 - Lay Over

03:53:32 PM  

Senators Fields and Todd, bill sponsors,  introduced House Bill 19-1212.  The bill recreates the licensing program for community association managers.  The bill sponsors distributed amendments L.025, L.026, and L.027 (Attachments B, C, and D, respectively).

04:02:48 PM  

Suzanne Leff, Community Associations Institute, testified in support of the bill.

04:04:56 PM  

Ed Seely, representing himself, testified against the bill.

04:07:00 PM  

Brian TerHark, Westwind Management Group, testified in support of the bill.

04:09:13 PM  

Buck Bailey, representing himself, testified against the bill and distributed a handout (Attachment E).

04:11:40 PM  

The witnesses responded to questions from the committee.

04:17:00 PM  

John Krueger, Associa, testified against the bill.

04:20:16 PM  

Angie Howes, Advance HOA Management, gave neutral testimony on the bill.

04:21:25 PM  

Don Booher, Land Title Association of Colorado, testified in support of the bill.

04:23:21 PM  

James Phifer, ACCU Inc., testified in support of the bill.

04:25:16 PM  

The witnesses responded to questions from the committee.

04:31:18 PM  

Marcia Waters, Department of Regulatory Agencies, gave neutral testimony on the bill.

04:34:01 PM  

Alex Barnes, representing himself, testified in support of the bill.

04:36:17 PM  

Scott Peterson, Colorado Association of Realtors, testified in support of the bill.

04:38:04 PM  

The witnesses responded to questions from the committee.

04:44:10 PM  

The bill sponsors made comments on the bill and the testimony heard.  Ms. Waters returned to respond to questions from the committee.  Committee discussion ensued.

04:50:23 PM  

The bill was laid over until May 1, 2019, for action only.






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