HB 671 (BR 2129) - B. DeWeese, K. Bratcher, L. Clark, R. Crimm, B. Heleringer, J. Jenkins, M. Marzian, S. Riggs, J. Wayne, J. Zimmerman
AN ACT relating to planning commissions in counties with populations over three hundred thousand.
Amend KRS 100.137 to ensure that three of the six citizen appointees to the planning commission are commercially disinterested, require all ten of the members disclose in writing any personal or familial interest in commercial development, and provide that the disclosure be filed with the commission's records and available for public inspection, prohibit a member from voting on an issue in which the member or member's family has an interest, and provide that the failure of a member to file a disclosure, or the member's unlawful voting on a subject in which there is an interest shall subject the member to removal under KRS 100.157.
HB 671 - AMENDMENTS
HFA (1, J. Reinhardt) - Add new Section 2 to require written disclosure of any interest in a commercial development as prescribed, prohibit any member from voting on issues in which they or a family member have an interest, and provide that failure to disclose shall subject the member to removal as prescribed.
HFA (2/Title, J. Reinhardt) - Make title amendment.
HFA (3, B. DeWeese) - Require that 3 of the citizen appointees to the planning commission have no financial interest in development, construction, or the commercial supply to new developments
HFA (4, B. DeWeese) - Require planning commission appointees to have a working knowledge and background in urban planning, development, and environmental issues.
HFA (5, B. DeWeese) - Clarify that citizen appointees to the planning commission shall not have a primary interest in development, construction, or the provision of construction materials.
SCS/LM - Retain the original provisions with the following change: three of the six citizen appointees will have no direct financial interest in the land development and construction industry.
Feb 20-introduced in House
Feb 23-to Cities (H)
Feb 24-posted in committee
Feb 26-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar
Feb 27-2nd reading, to Rules; floor amendments (1) and (2-title) filed
Mar 2-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for March 3, 1998
Mar 5-floor amendments (3) and (4) filed
Mar 6-floor amendment (5) filed
Mar 10-3rd reading, passed 97-0 with floor amendment (3)
Mar 11-received in Senate
Mar 12-to Economic Development and Labor (S)
Mar 17-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Consent Calendar with Committee Substitute
Mar 18-2nd reading, to Rules
Mar 19-posted for passage in the Consent Orders of the Day for March 20, 1998
Mar 20-3rd reading, passed 36-1 with Committee Substitute; received in House; posted for passage for concurrence in Senate amendment
Mar 31-House concurred in Senate Committee Substitute; passed 95-0
Apr 1-enrolled, signed by each presiding officer, delivered to Governor
Apr 13-signed by Governor