07RS HB177

HB177

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HB 177 (BR 917) - J. Draud

     AN ACT changing the classification of the City of Crestview Hills, in Kenton County.
     Reclassify the City of Crestview Hills, in Kenton County, population 3,152, from a city of the fifth class to a city of the fourth class. As provided in Section 156A of the Kentucky Constitution, the population requirements for the classification of cities established by the former Section 156 of the Kentucky Constitution remain in effect until changed by law. Therefore, classification as a city of the fourth class requires a population of 3,000 to 7,999.

HB 177 - AMENDMENTS


     SFA (1, T. Buford) - Reclassify the City of Junction City, in Boyle County, population 3,011, from a city of the fifth class to a city of the fourth class. As provided in Section 156A of the Kentucky Constitution, the population requirements for the classification of cities established by the former Section 156 of the Kentucky Constitution remain in effect until changed by law. Therefore, classification as a city of the fourth class requires a population of 3,000 to 7,999.

     SFA (2/Title, T. Buford) - Make title amendment.

     SFA (3, T. Buford) - Reclassify Junction City, in Boyle County, from a city of the fifth class to a city of the fourth class.

     SFA (4, D. Thayer) - Reclassify the City of Sadieville, in Scott County, population 294, from a city of the sixth class to a city of the fifth class; As provided in Section 156A of the Kentucky Constitution, the population requirements for the classification of cities established by the former Section 156 of the Kentucky Constitution remain in effect until changed by law. Therefore, classification as a city of the fifth class requires a population of 1,000 to 2,999.

     SFA (5/Title, D. Thayer) - Make title amendment.

     Jan 3-introduced in House
     Jan 5-to Local Government (H)
     Feb 9-posted in committee
     Feb 20-reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar
     Feb 21-2nd reading, to Rules
     Feb 23-placed in the Orders of the Day
     Feb 26-3rd reading, passed 98-0
     Feb 27-received in Senate
     Mar 1-to State & Local Government (S)
     Mar 5-taken from committee; 1st reading; returned to State & Local Government (S)
     Mar 6-taken from committee; 2nd reading; returned to State & Local Government (S)
     Mar 7-reported favorably, to Rules; floor amendments (1) and (2-title) filed
     Mar 8-posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 8; passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day; floor amendments (3) (4) and (5-title) filed
     Mar 9-passed over and retained in the Orders of the Day
     Mar 12-3rd reading; floor amendments (1) (4) and (5-title) withdrawn ; passed 33-0 with floor amendments (2-title) and (3) ; received in House; posted for passage for concurrence in Senate floor amendments (2-title) and (3) ; House concurred in Senate floor amendments (2-title) and (3) ; laid on clerk's desk; taken from clerk's desk; returned to the Orders of the Day; vote on Senate amendments reconsidered; House refused to concur in Senate floor amendments (2-title) and (3) ; received in Senate; posted for passage for receding from Senate floor amendments (2-title) and (3) ; Senate receded from floor amendments (2-title) and (3) ; passed 36-0; received in House; enrolled, signed by each presiding officer; delivered to Governor
     Mar 23-signed by Governor (Acts Ch. 98)

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