Iowa General Assembly Daily Bills, Amendments & Study Bills March 17, 2009



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HF 762

House File 762 - Introduced

HOUSE FILE

BY COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC

SAFETY
(SUCCESSOR TO HF 470)

Passed House, Date Passed Senate, Date

Vote: Ayes Nays Vote: Ayes Nays

Approved
A BILL FOR
1 An Act relating to reserve certified peace officers and training

2 requirements.

3 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA:

4 TLSB 2436HV 83

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House File 762 - Introduced continued


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1 1 Section 1. Section 80D.3, subsection 3, Code 2009, is

1 2 amended to read as follows:

1 3 3. A person appointed to serve as a reserve peace officer

1 4 who has received basic training as a peace officer and has

1 5 been certified by the academy pursuant to chapter 80B and

1 6 rules adopted pursuant to chapter 80B may met the minimum

1 7 training course requirement of one hundred fifty hours

1 8 obtained at a community college or other facility selected by

1 9 the individual and approved by the law enforcement agency

1 10 prior to July 1, 2007, shall be exempted from completing the

1 11 minimum training course at the discretion of the appointing

1 12 authority. However, such a person appointed to serve as a

1 13 reserve peace officer shall meet mandatory in=service training

1 14 requirements established by academy rules if the person has

1 15 not served as an active peace officer within one hundred

1 16 eighty days of appointment as a reserve peace officer.

1 17 EXPLANATION

1 18 This bill provides that a person appointed to serve as a

1 19 reserve peace officer who has met the minimum training course

1 20 requirement of 150 hours obtained at a community college or

1 21 other facility selected by the individual and approved by the

1 22 law enforcement agency prior to July 1, 2007, shall be

1 23 exempted from completing the minimum training course at the

1 24 discretion of the appointing authority.

1 25 LSB 2436HV 83

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HF 763


House File 763 - Introduced

HOUSE FILE

BY COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE
(SUCCESSOR TO HF 606)

Passed House, Date Passed Senate, Date

Vote: Ayes Nays Vote: Ayes Nays

Approved


A BILL FOR
1 An Act relating to administrative costs to support the watershed

2 improvement review board.

3 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA:

4 TLSB 2512HV 83

5 tm/nh/5

House File 763 - Introduced continued


PAG LIN

1 1 Section 1. Section 466A.5, Code 2009, is amended to read

1 2 as follows:

1 3 466A.5 ADMINISTRATION.

1 4 The soil conservation division of the department of

1 5 agriculture and land stewardship shall provide administrative

1 6 support to the board. Not more than one percent of the total

1 7 moneys deposited in the watershed improvement fund on July 1

1 8 of a fiscal year or fifty thousand dollars, whichever is less,

1 9 is appropriated each fiscal year to the division for the

1 10 purposes of assisting the watershed improvement review board

1 11 in administering this chapter. In addition, the board may


1 12 authorize the division's use of interest earned on moneys in

1 13 the fund for providing administrative support to the board.

1 14 EXPLANATION

1 15 This bill relates to administrative costs to support the

1 16 watershed improvement review board.

1 17 The bill allows the watershed improvement review board to

1 18 authorize interest earned on moneys in the watershed

1 19 improvement fund to be used by the soil conservation division

1 20 of the department of agriculture and land stewardship for

1 21 purposes of providing administrative support to the board.

1 22 LSB 2512HV 83

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HF 764


House File 764 - Introduced

HOUSE FILE

BY COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENTAL

PROTECTION


(SUCCESSOR TO HSB 260)

Passed House, Date Passed Senate, Date

Vote: Ayes Nays Vote: Ayes Nays

Approved


A BILL FOR
1 An Act relating to the comprehensive recycling planning task

2 force.

3 BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA:

4 TLSB 2657HV 83

5 tm/rj/8

House File 764 - Introduced continued


PAG LIN

1 1 Section 1. 2008 Iowa Acts, chapter 1109, section 11,

1 2 subsection 2, paragraphs a and c, are amended to read as

1 3 follows:

1 4 a. The task force shall consist of the following voting

1 5 members:

1 6 (1) One member selected nominated by the Iowa recycling

1 7 association.

1 8 (2) One member selected nominated by the Iowa society of

1 9 solid waste operations.

1 10 (3) Three members selected nominated by the Iowa society

1 11 of solid waste operations representing solid waste planning

1 12 areas of various sizes and from various locations across the

1 13 state.

1 14 (4) One member selected nominated by the Iowa league of

1 15 cities.

1 16 (5) One member selected nominated by the solid waste

1 17 association of north America representing private solid waste

1 18 disposal entities.

1 19 (6) The director of the department of natural resources,

1 20 or the director's designee.

1 21 (7) One member selected nominated by the Iowa

1 22 environmental council.

1 23 (8) One member selected nominated by the league of women

1 24 voters of Iowa.

1 25 (9) One member selected nominated by the Iowa wholesale

1 26 beer distributors association.

1 27 (10) One member selected nominated by the Iowa beverage

1 28 association representing juice and soft drink distributors.

1 29 (11) One member selected nominated by the Iowa bottle bill

1 30 coalition representing independent redemption centers.

1 31 (12) One member selected nominated by the Iowa association

1 32 of counties.

1 33 (13) One member selected nominated by the Iowa farm bureau

1 34 federation.

1 35 (14) One member selected nominated by the Iowa association


House File 764 - Introduced continued
2 1 of business and industry.

2 2 (15) One member selected nominated by the home builders

2 3 association of Iowa.

2 4 (16) The director of the alcoholic beverages division of

2 5 the department of commerce, or the director's designee.

2 6 (17) One member selected nominated by keep Iowa beautiful.

2 7 (18) One member selected nominated by the Iowa grocery

2 8 industry association.

2 9 (19) One member selected nominated by the Iowa dairy foods

2 10 association.

2 11 (20) One member selected nominated by the petroleum

2 12 marketers and convenience stores of Iowa.

2 13 (21) One member selected nominated by the Iowa retail

2 14 federation.

2 15 (22) One member selected nominated by the Iowa wine

2 16 growers association.

2 17 (23) The director of the department of transportation, or

2 18 the director's designee.

2 19 (24) One member nominated by the Iowa division of the


2 20 Izaak Walton league.

2 21 (25) One member nominated by the American chemistry



2 22 council.

2 23 (26) One member nominated by the Iowa chapter of the



2 24 sierra club.

2 25 (27) One member representing the brewer industry who is a



2 26 member of the beer institute and who sells beer in Iowa and

2 27 surrounding states.

2 28 c. The voting members shall be appointed by the governor

2 29 in compliance with the requirements of sections 69.16, 69.16A,

2 30 and 69.19, and shall serve for the duration of the task force.

2 31 Sec. 2. 2008 Iowa Acts, chapter 1109, section 11,

2 32 subsections 4 and 5, are amended to read as follows:

2 33 4. REPORT. The task force shall submit a written report

2 34 containing its findings and recommendations to the governor

2 35 and the general assembly by January 1, 2009 2010.
House File 764 - Introduced continued

3 1 5. DISSOLUTION. The task force shall complete its duties

3 2 no later than January 1, 2009 2010, but may complete its

3 3 duties and dissolve itself prior to that date.

3 4 EXPLANATION

3 5 This bill requires the governor to appoint the voting

3 6 members of the comprehensive recycling planning task force

3 7 from persons nominated by certain associations. Currently,

3 8 the voting members are selected by various private entities.

3 9 The bill adds four new members to the task force.

3 10 The task force was required to submit a written report to

3 11 the governor and the general assembly by January 1, 2009, and

3 12 was to be dissolved by January 1, 2009. The bill changes both

3 13 dates to January 1, 2010.

3 14 LSB 2657HV 83

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